It starts off as a business relationship—the couple is paying Izzy for her “service.” But as they spend more time together on separate dates and all together, the trio admit to feelings they didn’t expect, although they are often brought on by nighttime consumption of alcohol and weed, something never addressed by anyone in sobering light of day.
What’s most confusing is how Izzy ever really feels.
Of course physical attraction plays a key part in that too.
Then there's the big thing, the one that nobody really knows much about - chemistry.
Life is complicated enough for Tiffney as she juggles to balance her career, family, friends, and most of all, being in love with two men: Jayceon Taylor, and the rapper "The Game".
Producers have apparently promised 'an authentic reproduction of the top-rated 1980s sitcom, with a mainstream actor mimicking Bill Cosby's beloved Cliff Huxtable character.' Bill must be fuming! A college student by day, Izzy (Priscilla Faia) makes good money spending time with men who pay for her services.Her best friend/roommate Nina (Melanie Papalia) lives the same life, and together, they commiserate and celebrate their youth, sensuality and freedom.The fact that people are willing to marry a complete stranger gives a clear indication of what dating is really like in 2015 - a messy minefield!Put simply, people would rather sign a legal document and spend their life with someone they've never even met than navigate the dating scene.Tiffney was a 5th grade history teacher who took to Jayceon, but wanted nothing to do with his alter ego - the young rapper known as "The Game".Despite her reservations, love blossomed and after eight years and two children King Justice and Cali Dream, Tiffney agreed to marry him., Karen (Yunjin Kim) entered into an understanding with married couple Alec and Vivian, only to, predictably, break one of their rules by privately seeing Alec on the side.And while some might suggest Mormon-themed doesn’t have a lot of depictions to be compared with, but perhaps we can see it as a jumping off point.The show 'Married at First Sight' has been a hit in the US and Australia but hasn't escaped controversy.One of the new brides in the US has taken out a restraining order on her new husband after he reportedly threatened to kill her and her family. The show seems to insinuate there is a magic formula A formula based in dna that will determine compatability of a match.