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Her first lie comes tumbling out to Serena, and then she goes on a “lie bender, to continue the addiction metaphor,” says Rukeyser.Serena is a key figure this season because in having a strong, successful woman standing up on their reality stage looking for love and willing to be vulnerable, “it makes everybody look at themselves,” says Shapiro.
Cast: Bellamy Young () strikes again, forcing Maya to return to Los Angeles to confront him one more time.“One of the primary themes of the show from its inception was workaholism and what that’s about, and one of the things we’ve always said about Rachel is that’s one of the hardest things is to deal with herself,” executive producer Sarah Gertrude Shapiro tells Variety.“Having to look at her own life was terrifying and that when the opportunity came up to obliterate herself with work, and that Quinn really needed her, she took it. TLC just gift-wrapped you this new kind of dating show to obsess over.On three-part series “Hear Me, Love Me, See Me,” three potential male suitors will don body cameras and go on dates with an eligible bachelorette participating from the comfort of her couch, The Wrap has learned exclusively.
“Having a female avatar up there makes everybody say, ‘I’m like Serena in this way’ or ‘I’m not like Serena in this way.’ It gives everybody someone to project onto all their issues with feminism and where it’s left them.” For Rachel, it was a particularly big deal to book Serena because she wanted to use her as a proxy to show Quinn that “a big, successful career woman is also lovable.” For Serena, it was a big deal to come on the show because despite all of her financial success, she goes on a lot of first dates but can’t seem to land a relationship.