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Published: Tuesday, June 3 2014 1:15 p.m. MDT

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patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

I wish all these phony reality tv romance shows would end once and for all. The astonishing thing is I know many women who actually believe this garbage is real. Pretty sad.

Jane B
Portland / Clackamas, OR

Patriot, no one is forcing you to watch, lol. I enjoy the show with my daughters. We thought Eric was right when he said Andi was not being real.

Bless Eric's family. He is obviously a very special young man that will be greatly missed.

amagnetick
AV, CA

I feel sorry for the family, but then again, I feel sorry for any family that has a tragedy happen like this. I have to agree with patriot, these types of reality tv romance shows are phony and quite sad.

larri3
Farmington, UT

The TV romance shows are not phony although some people are on them for the wrong reasons. After watching many episodes, I would say that most contestants truly hope to find their lifelong love on these shows. It's not a good way to find love, but it has worked for a small handful of couples. And those who did not find their "soul mate" certainly learned a few things about how to get to know future prospects and how to open up themselves.

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