I really liked this show, it was an interesting look at the world of dating without being absurd, sleazy, insincere or pretentious (e.g "The Bachelor" - ugh). It was nicely paced, with a focus on what people do right as well as what they do wrong (and showing how the "wrongs" can be changed and improved). The lessons being learned by the women could apply to the opposite gender as well.
The hosts of the show were warm, convivial, helpful and intelligent. I am still curious to know what the end results were.
(I am unclear about the previous comments about the show being reality or not. It was VERY clear to me that this was not rehearsed or some kind of fictional device. The show had interviews with each woman looking for a date (four women in all) throughout the show; the interviews were no doubt partially scripted and rehearsed, but the filming in-between interviews was obviously unrehearsed (and interesting). Not sure where the mix-up of reality TV definition comes from).
The network didn't give this one enough time, and that is simply a shame. Good program, if only here and gone in a heartbeat. Best wishes to all involved, good work, too bad the world moves too fast for quality shows to be appreciated. I guess you have to show people talking about sex, flashing their breasts or actually engaging in sexual acts to get anyone's attention anymore.
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