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.
"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.
It's very different when suddenly the cameras are out." cast member "Jack" revealed that his agent connected him with the opportunity to appear on the show. And that was just a cameraman who said he'd get naked too to make us feel more comfortable." Perhaps now would be a good time to reinforce that you should not try this at your job.
We suppose it shouldn't come as a surprise that Jack, like many of the cast members, were models. It probably won't go well, even if you manage to is blurred.
In March 2015, the lawsuit was dismissed by a New York Supreme Court judge.
Viacom successfully argued that Nizewitz's lawsuit violated the contract she signed before appearing on the show. Cayden was, of course, the girl who had Cheeto dust on her, uh, private parts, which she later said only embarrassed her because she had told everyone she was on the South Beach Diet.