The show concluded Monday. You can watch all fourteen web-isodes at the link above.
If you never watched, it was a spoof of reality dating shows. Ken Marino directed it and acted in the lead role as the fireman with a thick skull and not much else. (Marino did a great job in the role and with the show. His wife Erica Oyama did a great job with writing.) So he had to find the woman he wanted to marry. He made some stupid choices along the way -- like eliminating the woman in the Panda Bear costume -- she was really Jennifer Aniston.
In the end, it was Annie (teacher) or Carly (coach). He didn't want either. And Carly, a lesbian, didn't want him. He wanted Ballerina who had been eliminated first (the other women eliminated her and he said at the time that he felt like they had a connection and he was sorry to see her go).
So this was the post-show episode. Carly had come out and had a girlfriend. Agnes (the 'cougar') had passed away but was present in an urn. Haley still didn't wear bottoms (pants, skirts, panties, nothing). The homeless woman had moved in with the guy (that she already knew from their being homeless together) that they built the house for in one episode.
So the fireman shows up alone. He broke it off. How come? He didn't want to say. T-T (who announced she'll be on the cover of an upcoming Playboy magazine) said it was because 'she' had a dick and Mark agreed. The host then asked him if it was hard? Mark asked if he was being asked if Ballerina's dick was hard? No, was it hard to break up? Nope.
And now he was already to pick a new wife-to-be. That's when Annie is brought in. She's happy and excited and he asks her to marry him.
She's happy and excited because she's got her own show where she picks which guy she's going to marry. So she leaves and then he tries to get any of the other girls to marry him. It's a no until finally one agrees, swearing that this is just the way she saw it happening.
It was a very funny show and be sure to read Ava and C.I.'s "TV: On other media" about it.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"