The idea behind the series is to pair up heterosexual singles, but, as you've probably guessed, the program has one major twist that sets it apart from its TV competition: the participants are all completely naked.
That's right — the men and woman that appear on , the series was bound to have a few hidden secrets.
In March 2015, the lawsuit was dismissed by a New York Supreme Court judge.
"It wasn't about us saying, 'Hey, we want to check out your goods,' it was about making sure the contestants were OK with being in a room full of people and being naked."You are meant to be on this TV show," a producer allegedly told her. During the Interview, Cayden also recalled how she once complimented Jeb's, uh, package, to which he supposedly responded by saying, "Really?I've been told it smells like bologna." It takes a certain type of confidence to be able to compliment a man's area and have them respond modestly by saying it smells like a sandwich meat.Claiming she'd become the laughing stock of the internet, she insisted "not everything was shown" on the episode, accused the show of making her "look like a ditz airhead," and revealed she didn't know Mike had dates lined up with other women (which is the whole concept of the show.) Even though the show is about encouraging contestants to quickly find a deep, meaningful connection, some of the male contestants were a bit preoccupied with a competition of their own. It was uncomfortable," Season 2 participant Cipriani told the.
"I will say the guys made a lot of what they were working with," she said.
It's really honest." So, the untold truth of is that it's not just about gawking at hot naked folks, but rather, it's a contemplation on the concept of honesty?