I’m proud of the casts we’ve brought together over the years, and the increased diversity of season 5 is great to see.
We’re looking for people who suck at relationships, and whose Perfect Matches we’re able to find via our nationwide search. After the season 4 cast got hit with a Blackout [where no members have correctly paired up and the cast loses a quarter of their prize money], everyone was really upset. Asaf ran away and most of the producers had to try to chase him down, so I was left on stage to keep the other 19 freaking out cast members in line.
Sometimes, the blog figures out who’s a perfect match before people on the show do.
What keeps the contestants from solving this equation?
Carefully read through the Sign of Narcissism Checklist and use this video to raise your awareness around this topic.
” It turns the game from a single person trying to crunch numbers to a group event, keeping them focused on love. On our show everyone can win together, or everyone loses together.
You start to wonder - how well do you really know this person? Go rent a James Bond film and settle in for a long and romantic night of boredom. The only thing your date has spied was the sexy person at the table behind you.
Or maybe your girlfriend pulls the car over and starts twisting a silencer onto a gun she pulled from the glove compartment. The only thing your date has spied was the sexy person at the table behind you.
And by far the most rewarding feeling is watching an adorable pair of strangers actually fall in love on screen.
Unlike is a game of probability, and there’s a blog dedicated to figuring out the math to determine the couples.
Drop me a comment here on the blog and let me know your experience with narcissists and how this video impacted you.