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Here’s my theory: When the contestants have been on these shows for a little while- and it might only take a few hours- they begin to buy into the “reality” of the show.It seems possible they might actually be able to find a soulmate in these absurd, tawdry circumstances.Each hour-long episode will include an outrageous challenge, inspired by some of the most famous and iconic moments from the "of Love" shows.From battling with giant boxing gloves in a ring, suspended high above the ocean, to competing in a Big Boob Triathlon, to diving in an enormous mud pit in search of gold coins, the action and insanity is like never seen before.In some cases this is done as a desperate gambit to force the rejected star into getting help for a booze or drugs problem. But if he or she gets his or her act together, it's not unheard of for a person like him or her to make a return appearance somewhere down the line.In other cases, he or she may actually be innocent of any wrong-doings and his or her name has unfortunately become associated with bad press.The cast (made up of favorites like Tailor Made, Buddha, Becky Buckwild, Saaphyri, Frenchy, and "I Love Money: Season 1" veterans Heat and The Entertainer) will pack their bags and head to Beautiful Huatulco, Mexico.
And it's a concept designed to give the biggest characters the biggest challenge of their lives with the ultimate prize -- Money!
In what world does it make any sense to put yourself in a situation where one man gets his pick from 20 other women?
And why oh why would you get “jealous” of the other girls who are in the exact same situation as you- a situation you yourself agreed to when the show started?
Or that perceived behind-the-scenes trouble is the excuse used and he or she is actually The Scapegoat for a more complicated problem.
See also Undermined by Reality, Actor Existence Limbo, Contractual Purity, and Creator Killer.