Vh1 tough love dating rules

16-Oct-2019 13:04

The eight women under Ward’s tutelage experience more of a therapy boot camp than a traditional reality show competition.

The girls must participate in romance-focused exercises and only compete to win the admiration of Ward for exuding his dating do’s.

In case this slipped past your radar, here’s the (pretty horrific) gist: In the summer of 2009, Ryan Jenkins, a contestant on family tree: here, every episode brought in two brand new millionaire bachelors, who’d then be set up on dates.

Throughout the process, their issues –- the standard fear-of-commitment, inability to communicate, etc.

These include saying the “m” word (marriage) early on, being too self-conscious and insecure, or having more pets than sanely possible.

((because the book was written by that one comidien guy who had a talk show for a while, his name escapes me.whatever..lol)) Anyway, the preview looked good, the host a male Matchmaker guy named Steve Ward.

From the VH1 Site: The Cast Handsome, cocky and smart, Steve Ward is America's maestro of love.

has an objective: dating guru Steve Ward, along with his mother Jo Anne, aims to reform a group of women representing a variety of dating dysfunctions in a “relationship boot camp.” The show, like other dating-themed reality programs, hinges on the idea that women are more often the ones who need to change parts of themselves to be worthy of love (although VH1 also airs , both about comically flawed men, so perhaps that evens things out).

The show’s contestants all represent the most repugnant stereotypes of women: there’s the gold digger, the overly made-up plastic surgery fanatic, the slutty one, the one who wants a baby bad, the bitch and the prude.

These include saying the “m” word (marriage) early on, being too self-conscious and insecure, or having more pets than sanely possible.

((because the book was written by that one comidien guy who had a talk show for a while, his name escapes me.whatever..lol)) Anyway, the preview looked good, the host a male Matchmaker guy named Steve Ward.

From the VH1 Site: The Cast Handsome, cocky and smart, Steve Ward is America's maestro of love.

has an objective: dating guru Steve Ward, along with his mother Jo Anne, aims to reform a group of women representing a variety of dating dysfunctions in a “relationship boot camp.” The show, like other dating-themed reality programs, hinges on the idea that women are more often the ones who need to change parts of themselves to be worthy of love (although VH1 also airs , both about comically flawed men, so perhaps that evens things out).

The show’s contestants all represent the most repugnant stereotypes of women: there’s the gold digger, the overly made-up plastic surgery fanatic, the slutty one, the one who wants a baby bad, the bitch and the prude.

The house itself is lovely, but it has been modified with a garish interior of bold pinks and reds, touristy regional artwork and front doors painted roughly the same color as those contentious Chateau Estate columns.