Sextreme dating episode 1
 Rectifying the postmodern divide is quite a promise, even for the hyperbole of reality TV, but Extreme Makeover offers this and more.
(For general analyses on reality TV, see Home and Jermyn, Murray and Ouellette; for helpful discussions on plastic surgery’s rise in American culture, see Haiken, Blum, Gilman, Davis).
Manhattan rule: Go get him, but make him think he got you It's not hard to get someone's attention - making a fool of yourself is easy, and he will certainly notice that.
The important thing is getting the right kind of attention.
After surgery Amy claims a unity of identity and body, a sense she has finally become herself, thus believing she has also transcended societal censure and can exercise complete autonomy, allowing her to ignore all cultural mandates.
The Extreme Makeover procedures—a nose job, extensive reconstructive dentistry and porcelain veneers, bags removed from beneath her eyes, breast implants, hair styling and coloring, make-up and fashion lessons—offer Amy a classical sense of the subject, one that is internally coherent and fully autonomous; she feels fractured no longer, a new-found state that strikes her as liberating and empowering.
After a couple of near-successes, they go for broke by planning an elaborate kidnapping scheme that can't miss.
But the hired "kidnappers" turn out to be ex-cons with a plan of their own, and the extreme date escalates out of control. This so called romantic comedy sounded somewhat promising because of its twist. The movie is pretty dull, boring, and the humor is far and in between.
I don’t have to listen to what anyone else says” (Season 1- Episode 3, per epguides.com).
The remaining friends must now rescue the captives, while desperately trying to avoid the long arm of the law. The actors and actresses tried their best, but they couldn't save this movie even if they gave Oscar worthy performances.
Obstacles pop up left and right, as the adventure gets wilder and wilder. Granted, the movie is somewhat interesting at points, overall it just was not made well.
Everyone is fearful the person they’re chatting to, forming a connection with, sometimes even sexting, is really a much older man pretending to be something he’s not.
“Since we’ve been making this show, every girl or guy that’s ever been in Ari’s place fears that they’re talking to some mid-40-something-year-old man who’s sad, sitting home in his crusty boxers, typing into the computer,” Max Joseph told Marcus.