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Using a unique 90-day engagement visa, four women travel to the US to live with their American fiancés for the first time. Each couple has 90 days to wed before the visas expire and the women must return home.
Starts well. Interesting properties, owners, and conflict. But quickly gets boring.
Pros: The host, Anthony Melchiorri, is pretty good. He's got that confidence and competence that these kinds of shows require. BUT, he does overdo it sometimes, and it gets a little tacky (like pretending to throw up, and touching disgusting stuff unnecessarily).
Another Pro is Blanche, the designer. She's attractive, and has a fun personality.
Cons: After the first few episodes, it's just boring people with depressing and weak properties.
What could make the show better? - More lively people (further away from death). - More prestigious, or at least interesting, properties (not the dime-a-dozen Inn crap that every town has 20 of). - DRAMA!!! (the best thing about these kind of shows is when the deadbeats get set straight!.. Anthony is too easy on the deadbeats).
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