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The first season of the show focused on New York City primarily as its setting as well as New Jersey. Season two also set New York City as its backdrop while season three focused on Atlanta, Georgia. South Florida was the setting of season four. See more »
Wow. What a piece of canned reality TV tripe. This show proved how low we can go in the name of "Science". and the " Science" of this show is disgustingly laughable. Spoilers alert.
Take two people you kinda know and think might get along from a limited group. Marry them never letting them meet, see a photo, talk, meet each others family or see how they act drunk. then make sure they are all thirty somethings with family, career and father issues.
What a nightmare. To make it a better nightmare we could have one marry Freddy Kruger. then it would be worth watching. The creature from the black lagoon had a better chance at love then any of these pathetic TV star wannabes.
look. I know there is nothing on. But you're better then this. Yes you. Read a book, play a game. Put on a good movie, or just one your really like. This garbage makes people look bad and will make you frustrated and depressed. If you feel good about suffering and personality conflicts you will love this...and you may be the devil. I bet there are lots of classic films you have never watched. Just pick one. Its better then this crap. hell a bout of food poisoning is more comfortable then this.
I wish I could give this a zero and make everyone involved apologies to you.
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