But we will also see some true gentlemen be honorable and genuine in the pursuit of a young woman’s heart. Choice in dating removes the necessity of personal effort.
Not only is she approached more, but she is approached by more desperate men who put her on a pedestal much higher than anywhere else.As I’ve detailed in the past, choice creates an environment where only the tightest game will be rewarded.Though, the shows don’t often result in the best connections.“The Choice” borrows heavily from the NBC reality singing competition, “The Voice.” Four celebrity bachelors sit in revolving chairs facing away from the stage.But it’s hard to say if the glitz will be able to overcome its overdone and vapid premise.
Hopefully, America is tiring of following the escapades of do-nothing celebrities with no definable talent (the Kardashians, Jersey Shore, Real Housewives) and the private lives of the rich and irresponsible, many of whom do have real talent in their professional lives.
At long last, the television industry has found a way to give hope to the neediest of all people in search of dates: wealthy, handsome young celebrity bachelors and smart, gorgeous twenty-something girls who have not yet been able to land a gig as a supermodel or starlet.
Thank God for “The Choice,” Thursday nights on Fox. “The Dating Game” started it all in 1965, and since we’ve had a flurry of dating shows including “Love Connection,” “Singled Out,” “The 5th Wheel,” and “The Bachelor.” Dating lends itself well to the game show environment.
Not only will a man in this environment have to approach a lot, but he will have to do so with skill so high that his own father would have died a virgin if forced to do the same.
Choice acts as a “feeder” to create a girl who flakes, overeats, sleeps around, cockblocks, and becomes masculine.