They were, incidentally, completely overshadowed by the looming technical questions: "How is this going to get figured out by the end of the show? I just never bought them as real people or as a team and so I can't believe that they've come anywhere, let alone 'this far.' Grade: C Stray observations: -I've seen LARPing in real life and I didn't realize until now that what was most lacking was a soundtrack and sound effects.
Oh damn, they're not going to figure this out by the end of the show! -If Sam can get a piece of ass by doing that Matrix dance, then God bless him.
And if you feel your fifteen minutes slipping away, may I suggest a wedding special?
Free swag, a designer dress, and a surefire way to make next season of favorites, and sure, he’s a nice guy in that smooth talking, Don Draper adman-turned-reality-show-contestant-dating-the-girl-a-decade-younger-than-him kind of way.
The reality TV show romance — the “showmance” if you will — was bound to happen.
Find enough young, attractive type A personalities and throw them in a house together without television, internet or inhibitions — and add a hot tub for good measure.
I’m sure there are contestants who will make out with someone for less than a good night’s sleep.Also, he described Nicole as "happy go lucky" which is a term that doesn't exactly pop into your head when you look at Nicole, except maybe compared to her roommates, who mocked her frivolous display of a bracelet.Only Jasmine's visit home, with her family and kids she baby-sat for, gave a real idea of her life beyond the show.Actually, it was more like something that plopped onto my shoulder, like bird poop.The plop, er, happened as I was going about my business as a junior anthropology major at Harvard.