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For some weird reason, oversized vehicles were a big deal in the '00s: hummers, buses, and Tony Soprano's Escalade were all huge.
So, it makes sense that the era birthed two classic dating shows that made excellent use of buses.
Gary, who also executive produces the show and is trying to build a hotel on Siesta Key, said in an earlier interview with the Herald-Tribune that he financed the pilot MTV picked up after watching Alex and his friends going to the beach, boating and hanging out at his Siesta Key mansion.“I go, ‘You guys are really having a hell of a lifestyle,‘” Gary said. Plus they’re good kids, so that was the main thing; they weren’t bad kids.
I said this would be a good story because when I was growing up, you had ‘Father Knows Best,’ you had ‘My Three Sons,’ you had people with values, and I didn’t see that in the TV of late.”The show proved immediately controversial with residents who worried it would make Siesta Key the next Jersey Shore.
Jill Blotevogal and Jaime Paglia served as showrunners on Season 1, with Blotevogel rewriting the original pilot script by Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin.
Michael Gans and Richard Register were brought in as showrunners at the beginning of the second season. After a solid series launch, likely boosted by the films’ popularity, the most recent second season drew an average of 377,000 viewers in Live same day, half of the audience for Season 1.
In each episode, two new men and women will strip down for a shot at igniting a spark with our primary daters.
” and moving onto the next person waiting in the wings.