According to EW, will “pull back the curtain on the culture of online dating by following Internet romances from the earliest stages of browsing and communicating to the anxiety-inducing dates with potential matches.” Viewers at home will, for the first time, have access to the agony and the ecstasy of “Ok Cupid, Tinder, and the rest of the usual suspects,” access they could gain in no other way.
There is no chemistry between them, but the narrative structure of the episode is clearly desperate for you to believe that there is.
(But trust me: there isn’t.) Arthur (arthurgrabme) — Davey’s date At last, a match! Arthur heads back to Davey’s place for dick and dessert.
Besides, abusing the contractors offers Carolla an opportunity to deliver some funny lines at their expense, like appraising a picture of the first target — who looks like he hasn’t driven past many donut shops — and saying, “This guy lives at the gym.” Still, the exercise doesn’t feel as expurgating as it should, despite Carolla’s gibes and Bedell’s indignation.
Perhaps that’s because the whole thing, even in a half-hour package, sort of feels like using a bazooka to kill a cockroach.
Davey’s hoping to find a relationship with substance. Personality: 6.5 Looks: 8 Choice Quote: “Penis penis penis penis penis.” Travis, 36 (Sharkness77) Travis is still a virgin.
As you might expect, he is very, very, very Christian. Personality: 4.5 Looks: 6 Choice Quote: “I want my next first kiss to be at the altar.” Caitlin (hobbesgfyl24) — Travis’ date Caitlin approaches this date like she’s in a terrible one-woman improv troupe.
Like Davey, Arthur is a teetotaling Grindr addict — they even look alike. Travis and Lareya vaguely make plans for a second date that will obviously never happen.
to examine the “the world of cyber courtships from the male perspective.” Because if there is one thing we all want from television, it is the riveting drama of watching dudes message ladies over the Internet.
In the premiere, that involves a family that’s been sleeping in the living room for months after the contractor took their money and then didn’t complete the job.
Of course, it would be so much simpler to just sic the Better Business Bureau on these alleged ne’er-do-wells, but where’s the show in that?
He’s too high energy for Davey, but I’m glad we got to see him twerk.