He's in the market for a girlfriend, long-term goal: love and marriage.
So, in the now-standard manner of dating reality shows, "More to Love" recruits 20 large women - in the 200- to 300-pound range - who will compete for his affection. Conley comes off as a genuinely sweet fellow, calm and well-grounded, with none of the card-shark aura of too many men on these shows.
More to Love was a reality game show (or dating game show) that premiered on Fox on July 28, 2009. The show was created by Mike Fleiss (who also created The Bachelor).
There’s something about reality dating shows that we just can’t get enough of. until the big twist: a fifth, obnoxious person (or… If that’s not dating show gold, we just don’t know what is. This has been determined via extensive interviews with family members and friends, personality tests and professional matchmakers. had the most ridiculous premise ever: the single dater goes on dates with three moms who try and convince him/her to date their son/daughter. This cultural phenomenon was, dare we say it, actually a fascinating character study. A “millionaire” is looking for love among several hopeful women. Because President Clinton had such a good personality?
"We want to send the message that you can be the size you are and still be lovable," Fleiss says.
"More to Love" is now in the casting process, though no official air date has been set.
As a twist for leading gay bachelor James Getzlaff. That has to cross some kind of invisible dating show line, right? The fact that no one was murdered in the making of this show is a small miracle. You’d be channel surfing, looking for something — anything — to watch. She was like a dumber Paris Hilton, and her search for a sugar daddy over the three episodes of the series we saw were really enjoyable. So, five couples agree to become engaged to someone they’ve never met and then each week, marriage counselors vote off another couple. You know, in the way it’s fun to watch any trainwreck.