Miss Advised, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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These single relationship experts can’t seem to practice what they preach as Amy Laurent in New York, Emily Morse in San Francisco, and Julia Allison in Los Angeles struggle to stay afloat in the deep end of the dating pool.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOld Flames and New Beginnings||In the premiere episode, dating columnist Julia Allison makes a big move to Los Angeles on a quest to find Mr. Right. With a 73-point checklist to guide her, Julia is ready to settle into the storybook romance of her dreams. Matchmaking maven Amy Laurent has built an empire in New York City by bringing perfect matches together all thanks to “The Rules.” But when an old flame comes back to town, she struggles to follow her own advice. Radio host and sex expert Emily Morse is on a life mission to help people have better sex. She proclaims that monogamy is an epidemic, but when her happily-married brother comes to visit, Emily admits that she would be open to falling in love.||43:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBreaking All the Rules||After her first date in Los Angeles fell flat, Julia hopes her luck will rebound on a date with a former college basketball player. Amy breaks another rule by dating the younger, albeit tall and handsome, Lewis. Meanwhile, Emily reluctantly goes on a date with one of her radio show guests, rapper Ray Luv.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhat's Your Type?||Amy the matchmaker becomes Amy the client when she agrees to a blind date set up by a friend. Julia enlists a love coach to help erase her bad dating habits, while Emily visits her family in Michigan and goes out with her fifth-grade crush, David.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoKissing, Drinking and Dancing||Emily interviews a polyamorous expert about open relationships and winds up with more than she bargained for. Julia visits a witch to help her move past her dating demons, but old habits die hard on a second date with a handsome man. Meanwhile, Amy breaks her rules and gives Lewis a piece of her mind.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTrue Colors||Tired of being who everyone else wants her to be, Julia plans the night of her dreams and hopes her date, Andrew, is on board for the ride. Amy tries to be more laid back by dressing casually for her third date with Lewis, but is in for a surprise when the tables are turned. Then, Emily explores acrobatic yoga on a blind date, but is left wondering where the normal guys in San Francisco are.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEat, Pray, Fight||After her co-host, Menace, sits her down for a heart-to-heart, Emily tends to old wounds in therapy. Amy tries to escape the breakup blues by visiting an old friend in Connecticut, but winds up with more drama than she can handle. Meanwhile, Julia is disappointed when Andrew can’t make it to her dinner party, but is in store for a big surprise after dessert.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe One?||Emily’s childhood crush, David, comes to town with a surprise in tow. Julia struggles with her dating column, as well as her new relationship with Andrew. Then, Amy breaks her rule against dating men she meets at the gym.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTrue Love, True Life||Amy must learn to be vulnerable in a new relationship, while Julia waives many of her checklist qualifications in order to date a cute math teacher. Then, Emily’s highly-anticipated trip to Napa with David takes a sudden turn that changes their relationship forever.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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It's actually a pretty pathetic show - and these women are too, surprisingly pathetic. It's like watching a train wreck and I admit I download and watch the show as background noise and an exemplar of how not to be. Sometimes you have to see the thing you absolutely do not want to be to appreciate who you are. I think these women believe there's strength in being "vulnerable" out in the open, but that would only work if they were still in their twenties - a time when we try to figure out our lives, experiment with who we are, etc. It's just pathetic to see women pushing 40 act like little girls; you can be youthful without being childish. Maybe if they accepted the fact that they are women they'd find the thing they claim to most want (or one claims not to want, but really does): a stable relationship.