After all of the dates, Jo chooses one of the guys to stay in Slade's house and go on a second date with her, while the others are told, "I think we should just be friends", and they have to leave the house immediately.
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.
Slade agrees with Myia that Jo has hardly put a word in.
When Martin gets back he refuses to talk about the date.
After dating dozens of guys, Jo will have a chance to choose one special prospect from the group of finalists. All of the potential suitors must move in with Jo's jealous, rather possessive ex-fiancé, Slade Smiley, to convince him that they can make her happy, too.
While the show does focus on actual dating competition, its real "draw" is the continued dysfunctional relationship between the former Real Housewives lovers.
There's also lots of sexual innuendo (including seeing Jo in her scanty underwear) and alcohol consumption.
And Slade exhibits some jealous and often controlling behavior as potential dates compete for Jo's affection.
The Real Housewives of OC alum Jo De La Rosa is looking for love, and has enlisted the help of ex-husband Slade Smiley. Her friends are setting her up with eligible guys, and Jo will choose one suitor from each episode until she is left with only one at the end of the season.
pursuing a singing career, but her friends think it's time she starts dating again.
Jo lets Slade have some control over her love life; Slade exhibits some very jealous behavior that leads to sabotage.
Some contestants make sexist remarks about Jo "being auctioned" and previously "belonging" to Slade; many of them seem to look at her as an object.
Not unlike Martin, Michael refuses to talk about his date.