I usually roll my eyes whenever someone writes, "I never watch [whatever], but I'm watching this [whatever]" (mostly, because I've seen posters use that same excuse numerous times on similarly themed threads).
Anyway, I never watch these types of "love connection" shows because I find them appalling (cue rolling eyes). (I might have a little more respect for them if they were honest and said, "We're here to give attractive people a chance to fuck as many different partners as they want.") But I seem to have been sucked into this one. I blame it on the fact that the TV was set to CBS when I turned it on last Tuesday night, and because I was lazy and didn't want to change the channel, I started watching it, and then I had to watch on Wednesday because we wouldn't find out Kyra's decision until then.
I think I got hooked when the announcer said something to the effect: "Let me summarize the conversation: 'Like like, likelikelike. Like? Like like.'"
I still think this type of show is pretty appalling, but compared to clips I've seen on commercials, these people don't appear to be nasty, horrendous fame whores. Caro, with her baby voice and oversized fake breasts, is annoying, but most of the rest of the folks seem OK.
I kind of get what the two new ladies say about Cashel (which is actually an Irish name that means "fortress"). While I do think he's attractive, he's also got that something else, where I could see women being drawn to him without knowing exactly why.
Weston is either a guy who is supremely secure in his masculinity or he's gay (unlike Yamen, whose gay panic was repulsive). He was able to admit another man was attractive, he was mostly comfortable taking a soak with the grocery clerk kid, and he seems to be the girls' best friend. It'll be interesting to see if he has any kind of chemistry with the new girl he picked.
I guess I'm in for a while at least.