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Brandon Jay McLaren
I became interested in this show when I heard Josh Henderson was going to be in it, I have been a fan since I saw in the reboot of Dallas. However this show was not too impressive.
While the concept of the arrangement is great on its own, the direction and dramatization of it was not. Megan was hard to connect with for the audience, her ordinary life and manner didn't entice viewers. The same holds true for Kyle. It would have been nice to see a famous, desired actor as actually vulnerable and looking for something real. Hence his choice of Megan but it came across as weak performances and poor directing. A great concept but the very small Bollywood and Indian reference was in poor taste and showed the writer's ignorance. More care and direction would have heightened this show's great concept. The plot was also poorly laid out for us, we failed to see clearly what was being shown and as a result did not care so much.
Not sure how long this show will last, its a shame it was so poorly directed and planned.
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