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"Everybody had something they wanted to get out of it." She adds that Los Angeles, full of aspiring actors, models and industry insiders, is the perfect place for reality producers to prepare their cast and scenario recipes."Of course it was a bunch of actors," she says.
"They put out casting calls to agencies and casting companies.
In her blog, she writes "A large part of me feels like they edited out some of the best stuff to make the storylines clichéd enough to entertain without illumination" – a perfect metaphor for her dark dating experience.
In the episode, Sasha and contestants Jennifer and Megan all select the same man – athletic trainer Chris – to share a final date and reveal each other in the light.
"Sort of like America's player was on also interestingly categorized its houseguests under four high school stereotypes – brainiacs, athletes, offbeats and populars – and they also withhold and reward contestants with certain foods and alcohol.
So what reality TV does , she says "That's a great reality show, because the rules are laid out and people know what they're getting into.""The Real World started as a brilliant documentary," she adds.
Perl-Raver believes reality television has an opportunity to illuminate some of the more truthful sides of life – details about real people, real feelings, and real situations.
But ulterior motives or not, Perl-Raver and five other singles entered the house to mix and mingle for three long days."The producers made sure they had something interesting for an hour of television," she says.
She's writing a book on dating and wanted to put herself in as many situations as possible, including reality TV, speed dating and more traditional ways of finding that special someone.
She wasn't the only contestant with another agenda."Everyone had ulterior motives," says Perl-Raver.
No dude ever crosses the bar because a girl looks funny or smart." on CW, which pits one unstable couple against all their obstacles en route to the altar – in one week's time.
I also asked Perl-Raver if she would date on reality TV again."Oh, hell no," says Perl-Raver.