A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Men are judged on superficial criteria, like how they look, how much money they are willing to spend on women, etc.
Positive Role Models
Looks, money, and other superficial qualities are what seem to appeal to the women on the show.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Occasional scenes of making out and lap dancing. There are some references to sexual activities (some of which are bleeped). Men are asked to take their shirts off; women are shown trying to pole dance.
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Profanity is bleeped with mouths blurred.
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Products & Purchases
The contestants' Jazzed.com profiles are featured as an important part of the decision-making process; the site's logo is also clearly visible. The host also appears in commercials for the service in-between show segments.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Wine and champagne consumption is visible.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this dating competition features women screening men according to superficial criteria in hopes of finding a date. Strong language and sexual references are bleeped (with mouths blurred), but the show still contains scenes of people making out with several people (in the same day), images of people trying to pole dance and perform lap dances, and men removing their shirts. Wine and champagne is frequently consumed. The series is a promotional vehicle for the Jazzed.com online dating site.
Is It Any Good?
The dating contest focuses more on comedy than romance thanks to Shlesinger's unique humor, and the men's varied (and often pathetic) attempts to impress the women who are screening them. Meanwhile, some of the women seem to enjoy flirting and get a potential date's attention only to be able to beat the other woman, rather than really looking for someone to build a relationship with.
It's milder than many dating competition shows, but still contains its fair share of sexual innuendo, strong language, and drinking. Shlesinger's comments are pretty snarky, too. But folks who enjoy this sort of thing may find it worth watching.
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