Dallas To Provide "The Sexy Backdrop" For Bravo's New Swingingly Single Socialites Show

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Word is this Oakland Raider is one of Dallas's Most Eligible. Or something?
At this very moment, Bravo bigwigs are gathering in New York to announce the network's latest lineup of reality programs, which will include The Therapists ("Centered on some of the top private practices in Los Angeles ..."), Mad Fashion ("presents an up-close look at the over-the-top world of celebrity fashion designer Chris March") and Miss Advised (" ... follows three single relationship experts -- all of whom make a living dispensing advice -- on and off the job ..."). All of which sound like parodies of reality shows. Which is so Bravo. But the only one with which we need concern ourselves (for now) is Most Eligible: Dallas, described thusly:
They're young, they're hot, they're single -- they're Dallas' Most Eligible. From beauty queens to pro-football players, this group of Texas socialites puts NY and LA nightlife to shame. It's true what they say, everything's bigger in Texas -- including the drama especially when it comes to dating. Some are looking for true love while others have perfected the art of the one-night stand, and somehow their love lives have all crossed paths at one time or another. Dallas serves as the sexy backdrop for this jaw-dropping docu-series that follows a group of successful friends living it up like only Texas socialites can.
A long-ago Observer-er has a close-up of the cast. From the same production company that brought you Hogan Knows Best, I Want A Famous Face and Miami Social. Good luck with all that.

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Steve
Steve

Time to start avoiding all monosyllabically named spots.

Derelict
Derelict

this town breeds the douchiest of guys, i know i used to be one

Robert Wilonsky
Robert Wilonsky

Matter of fact, I told Chelsea Callahan just Friday night that they should seriously consider having Josh play regularly, just as he did way back when.

Lakewooder
Lakewooder

Film the date scenes at Ships, Windale or One Nostalgia and I'll watch.

MattL1
MattL1

We lose 'The Good Guys' but we get this garbage? Fantastic.

Oh So Cynthia
Oh So Cynthia

Hey! Welcome to the party! I wasn't seeking out this story... I just keep running into the cast and film crew everywhere I go! If nothing else, it will be interesting to see where they go and how it plays out. It's about time BRAVO came to Dallas. I'm only sorry it's not a Real Housewives show. Dang it.

Montemalone
Montemalone

I remember when Bravo was the arts channel for cool movies and some nifty Britcoms. What happened?

Montemalone
Montemalone

I'm thinking of opening a place called monosyllabicabar.

(Now, someone will open it in Bishop Arts next week)

Kstein
Kstein

Good on you, Robert!

Montemalone
Montemalone

Winedale. Used to spin for beer there. Worked next door at Arcadia Bar. I miss the 80s.

Kstein
Kstein

One Nostalgia... now THAT'S a bar, my friend! By the way, the Winedale is no longer (alas).

Lemonaioli
Lemonaioli

Exactly what I was thinking. Because we really need to add to Dallas' rep as a town for douchebags and their equally shallow girls.

PlanoDave
PlanoDave

That would be a cast of thousands...

Robert Wilonsky
Robert Wilonsky

The Winedale is soon to be reborn as the Single Wide, an offshoot of the Double Wide, as you could no doubt guess by its moniker.

Kstein
Kstein

Thanks for that tidbit, Robert. Good for the owner(s) of the Double Wide. But I'm still going to miss the Winedale. Where else could you go see Josh Alan play for free and watch a pack of drunks yell, "WE LOOOOOOVE YOU, JAAAWWWSHHH!"... then proceed to call him a mf'er (but in the good sense of the term)? Nowhere else.

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