Dan Slater asks whether online dating leads us to value our relationships less and whether that is a problem.I agree that it's a problem, but it isn't the only problem.” Then they both give up and go straight to bed, hoping for a better tomorrow.
From her first moment, Katie lets that freak flag fly higher than any other.
It is a deep dark secret of mine that I used to be a philatelist—yes, you can denigrate that fine hobby by calling it stamp collecting if you wish.
I collected certain kinds of 19th-century postal history (mailed envelopes) and I used to enjoy travelling from dealer to dealer digging through bins of musty postal history looking for the items that I collected. Collecting postal history has gone from a labor of seeking out interesting shops and sales and digging through musty boxes to one of logging on to e Bay, typing in a search request (19th-century postal history), and clicking on whatever envelope covers catch my eye. Now I realize that the economic language of frictionless markets isn't very romantic, but the fact is that the dating game is a kind of market whether we want to admit it or not.
She’s never met an inhibition she didn’t release to the wind.
This is the reason this show exists: so wildcard Katie can go freaking nuts. Date 1: When Keegan and Diane first greet each other nude it’s like the prom king and queen meeting to devirginize each other. Keegan even says awkward things like, “If I get turned on during this date, it could get awkward.” I suppose VH1 figures if these two norms can survive this level of awkwardness, they can survive anything, including spearfishing while naked. Let’s all take sharp three-pronged spears and jab them at things floating in murky water.