Dating show country vs city


Episode 1 starts out with the four guys' being brought to the house and introduced to Slade after the news that their brief residence is, in fact, his house. They are shown their small living quarters, 4 twin beds in a cramped room with one bathroom. They have all planned dates and Martin, the real estate salesman, goes first. He takes Jo to a restaurant, which he has shut down just for them. He cooks her a meal in the restaurant's kitchen with minimal help from Jo. They then go dancing in the restaurant. She reveals that she likes a man in an apron but doesn't like that she had hardly talked. Slade agrees with Myia that Jo has hardly put a word in. When Martin gets back he refuses to talk about the date.

Also, one concern is that I can see this TV show further perpetuate the stupid myth that dogs have relationships like humans and that dogs might want to have children/pup for self-realization reasons (Awww little Mr. Fluffypaws wants to start a family, let's find him a wife!") with the result that stray dogs will continue to litter the streets.

“What I noticed about the city guys right away was once they came in, they had kind of a confidence, this air about themselves that I wasn’t really used to up to that point,” Grissom, 20, told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column. “I hadn’t yet dated someone like that. I guess you could say they had a certain swagger about them, that’s mysterious and interesting to me. The country guys, I was more familiar with those types of people. Those are the type of guys I’ve dated in the past, the type of guys my friends are. I definitely felt more comfortable in those situations.”


Dating show country vs city

Dating show country vs city