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Do you embrace excuses, or do you embrace solutions?It's one of the many binary questions/screamed accusations host and Official Bar Rescuer Jon Taffer asks of flailing bar and restaurant owners, who are invariably the kinds of people who EMBRACE EXCUSES, but over the course of a week learn how to embrace solutions.“The girls helped each other out like, ‘Nah, girl, this is your man.He’s perfect for you.’ So there is no longer a need for [that woman] to look for another [guy].Terrence Jenkins — better-known as “Think Like a Man” actor Terrence J — says he’s ready for the challenge of hosting “Coupled,” the new Fox reality dating show premiering May 17.“We wanted to give the power to the women, which is what makes this show different,” he says.“With a lot of these shows, you have one guy looking for love, so that show is from his vantage point — and then the man will dismiss the women as the show progresses.“But, with ‘Coupled,’ the women get to choose if they want to pursue a relationship — and we fly in different guys every week.” The show, produced by Mark Burnett, unfolds on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, with 12 single professional women looking for love with 12 eligible bachelors.

Like all great reality television, it's a fascinating window into the soul of mainstream America.After a brief, two-minute meeting, a guy is sent back to a bungalow if a lady does not want to go on a date with him — and then the next guy arrives.“From the first episode you get to watch people date from square one, and you get to watch couples as they start to move within the relationship,” Jenkins says.For the rest of us, it's a brilliantly designed character study, every episode cajoled and needled and edited into narratives that run the gamut from villain origin stories (usually followed by riveting downfalls) to resurfaced beauty pageant feuds to dramatic backstory reveals to marriage proposals that end up in dismal failure.ABC also knows that the one thing we really want is the crying.

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