Next up is Jennifer. Jennifer seems to be the closest to normal among these women. She has a dog and a cat, so I trust her. She's some sort of professional woman, so of course the rap on her is that she's picky and cold and overly detached -- like all women with jobs -- and therefore, she's old and alone and quickly running out of eggs. Like all women with jobs. She wants to meet her "soulmate." Come on down, Jennifer! Of all these women, I definitely hate Jennifer the least.
Small-faced Sean introduces us to our last single to be set up: Matt. Matt is the token dork in the group, because he has great big ears, so you can tell he's smart and chicks don't like him. We see him at home with his dog. Matthew's mother tells us that he's "very, very funny," and then she adds that it's "a dry sense of humor," which means, "I will not listen to you if you tell me that he's really not all that funny." He tells us in an interview that he has "no game," because if he weren't entirely inept with women, why would he be going on this show? No, that's basically what he said. And it was a little funnier. Certainly funnier than anything Billie Jeanne said. Anyway, Matt has been floating, and now Matt is sad. So he thinks that this can't be any worse than meeting people in bars. Oh, Matt, you're so young. Matt is the first, to his credit, to give an open chortle to Sean's suggestion that he must meet girls really easily. All Matt has to say about why he would do this stupid thing is that it's the "adventure of a lifetime." Well, so is crashing your car into the side of a mountain and barely living to tell about it, but that doesn't mean I would encourage people to do it, Matt. Matt also says his "girl-picker's broken." Eeeew! Ew, I don't want to know. No, I don't. Don't tell me. I don't want to know. Hey, I said not to tell me.