Dating factory tv show
So far their relationship seems shallow which leaves the writers with plenty of opportunity to make this the next great sitcom. I will be watching for more chemistry to develop between the main characters as well as the supporting cast.
The series answers the question, "can exes be friends? It is focused on the dating life of Jo De La Rosa, a former cast member on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
They have all planned dates and Martin, the real estate salesman, goes first.
He takes Jo to a restaurant, which he has shut down just for them.
It is dark when he returns to the house, but he is open and willing to talk about his date. Jo tells him that she has always wanted to rock climb. The last part of the date is shooting each other with water guns on the beach.
As Nelson climbs up the rock, Jo makes the comment, "Your butt looks cute from here". Slade approaches David before elimination and tells him that he doesn't feel that he can trust him and that he is to drop out.
See more » The show has potential but it is hard to concentrate on the plot and the acting with that awful and annoying laugh track blasting after every line of dialog is spoken. I think we know what is, or is not funny and when to laugh.
They then go out on the bow of the boat and have breakfast.
Not unlike Martin, Michael refuses to talk about his date.
When Martin gets back he refuses to talk about the date.
Slade wakes Michael up in the morning and Michael says, "It's weird to be woken up by the ex-fiance of the woman you are trying to pursue." He takes Jo out on a boat to teach her to fish. Michael teaches her how to gut a fish, much to her displeasure.