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Love Me Tinder 

James, a 40 year old former reality TV star, dates droves of 20-something women he meets on dating apps and "ghosts" them when he loses interest

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Jill Bauer, Ronna Gradus

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James Rhine
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James, a 40 year old former reality TV star, dates droves of 20-something women he meets on dating apps and "ghosts" them when he loses interest

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21 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Performed by David O'Dowda & Rachel Wood
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Episode one, two, three, four, oops! Back to two
10 August 2017 | by ersbelSee all my reviews

I am watching this new series. Episode one is a romantic advert. I assumed luring the "young talent" to the wonderful photographer woman was just a misunderstanding. But no, this series is NOT about sexuality in the 21st century as I assumed, but a series of adverts to the porn industry. And sex does sell, so why not label them as documentary? This was the misleading Christian right moment. Because this episode does not fit with anything but the religious views of the production team. As all other episodes are about porn production, how does a guy in his 40s that dates fit the bill? Because he makes selfies at parties? This episode should have been about the ones who make the dating apps and their vision. But obviously the production team was unable to get any so they settled to do something else. All sort of at 40 you should be married, at 40 you should have kids, stimulating of camera the main character to feel sorry on camera about himself in relation to the Christian ideal of an atomic family, presenting the adult women as mindless pets who want "to settle" and are somehow victims of the guy's inability "to settle", even if he is not harming them, but somehow the audience is left with the clear impression that his lack aggressive action is somehow aggressive in itself.

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