An MTV reality series where people set up their friends on "disaster" blind dates. The victim shows up to their date with an undercover actor/actress who will do their best to turn off/... See full summary »
I've seen enough of this show. See, "Next" is part of my "dead time" (two hours before I return to college at 6:00 p.m.) so I watched many episodes because to be sincere, there's nothing more interesting on t.v. at 4:30 p.m.
"Next" perfectly displays how superficial people are. I mean, 99% of the people who "next" someone just look for physical attributes. So if you are hot and sexy you have a chance to go on and make some money or get a second date; but if you don't look like a MTV artist then you don't have a chance and people will make fun of you.
Well the concept is mildly entertaining and works better for criticizing purposes but let's be honest, this is PURE TRASH T.V. Superficial people will mostly enjoy it.
Reality t.v. is the cheapest excuse for selling and buying sex.
"Next" should be like fast food; quickly use it and then boot it. Dating isn't like this!
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