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August 07, 2007



Just met you but kinda love that you admit to watching - and likely loving - that show. I can't tell anyone this but I love Making the Band, Scott Baio, Run's House, and, of course, My Life on the D List. More power to us, as we are the future.


I don't have cable and I made my friend DVR this. I could not be more interested in this show, yet clearly repulsed by it at the same time. What I'm saying is I think Mystery has hypnotized me with his soulpatch. Or there's a voodoo bag hidden under his 1992 rave-hat. I don't know, something's definitely up.


I watched the first show - horrified at myself the whole while.

The "experts" give me the heebeegeebies, and I'm not sure I can adequately verbalize why. They just make me wanna say "eeewww". Who are these women that (supposedly) fall for these guys? Between the hats, coifs, and bizarrely groomed facial hair, I just don't get it.

The "contestants" make me sad only in that they're falling for the line of bull that these "experts" are giving them that they need to be as full of crap as they are to be successful with women. Cringe. They seem nice now, but I'll be shuddering as I watch them devolve.

But yes, I WILL be watching...

Sometimes I make myself shudder.

Audif Jackson Winters III

All of the contestants could teach the likes of Michael Cena about the comedy of the "awkward pause."

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