The MAFS couples are trusting the experts to find their perfect much, but the experts are working with limited, biased information.
This is a show where three pairs of strangers are selected by a team of “experts” to be joined in holy matrimony.
When you are single and aren’t as successful in finding love as you would like it is very easy to place blame – you are married to your job, you are balancing school and work, you are living life to the fullest and your calendar is filled with social activity.
Or maybe you cling on to this fallacy: When I was single I would blame my lackluster love life on this mantra. All of my friends kept telling me I was a good catch and I was making time in my busy schedule for love, so of course the problem had to be men not appreciating my success. Never mind that friends of mine from college were getting married and starting to grow their families.
In all cases it appears that the final six couples did not have their loved ones brought into the process until When evaluating candidates to determine which 6 will make the cut all the experts know is what the candidates tell them.
Sure, the candidates take a battery of psychological tests that most reality show participants go through which the experts can use to cut through the noise.