Mr. Personality (2003– )

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A young, beautiful and single woman will court several eligible men who must rely strictly on their individual personalities to captivate her.

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A young, beautiful and single woman will court several eligible men who must rely strictly on their individual personalities to captivate her.

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This show should serve ONLY as an example of stupidity!!!
20 May 2003 | by (Orlando, FL) – See all my reviews

Another example of brain-dead drivel.

Not only is the concept and the execution suited for morons, the individuals they selected were anything BUT the finest minds that could be found. The men they selected continually use vernacular like "dude", "man", "bro" and "that was, like, so ...". Their behaviour was more suited to teenagers on spring break. Hayley herself, while physically attractive, was unimpressive as a mind and a personality.

While I will not dissect the 'finer' points of this dismal series there's a notion which demands to be mentioned. That is the fact that the central concept was flawed from the beginning! Supposedly the appearance of these men is to be hidden. Nonetheless only the majority of facial features and hair are hidden! The suitors' bodies, their physical fitness, their heights, their eyes; all are plainly evident.

Wouldn't the central concept only really be valid if, for example, a short man would be amoung the suitors? Or an overweight man? Maybe a man with bad skin or some disability? The notion that hiding the bulk of the FACE leaves a man to fend ONLY on personality is part of the stupidity that weaves itself into the fabric of an overall brain-dead piece of tripe.


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