The last episode of 'Dating in the Dark' asked yet again, how important is appearance in the dating game. Did it come any closer to an answer?
First we need to meet this week's daters. There's Matt, a restaurant manager that states he is "looking for the mother of my children" (a statement that would send me running for the hills - that's an awful lot of pressure!), Jose, a middle school teacher who labels himself "The Nice Guy' (which is my experience, is usually not exactly true) and Jeff, a divorced bartender who judges books by their covers. On the girl's side, there is Deanne, a new reporter who hopes whoever she choses if hot, Renee, a jewelry designer who has never let her guard down and Gina, a yoga instructor with a short temper.
I have come to expect very little from the Group Date, but tonight it offered more than the usual exclamations about how dark it actually is. It offered the first real argument. Jose, proving the Nice Guy strategy is his go-to-mode, gave each of the other guys a heart shaped candy they could each give tot he girls. After receiving the offering, the girls introduce themselves. Well, Renee and Deanne introduce, Gina launches into an "All About Me" speech that is clearly well rehearsed as a favored past time. As such, after a while Renee announces the date has become Al About Gina and tosses her candy in the other girl's direction. And hits her in the side of the face.
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