In the words of host Kristin Davis,
“Let’s skip the dating and go straight to baby-making”.
Just what we’ve been missing in reality TV. A show about women being impregnated by men she barely knows.
Labor of Love is a new “dating” show where Kristy, a 41-year-old divorcee, gets to choose between 15 different hunk-ish guys to be her Baby Daddy.
What kind of guy signs up for this kind of show? One that says things like;
“I appreciate the interactions we had…”
AI robots can do better than that, although they don’t have the necessary “baby batter”.
Kristy eliminates potential Daddy’s on her iPad app, the man cave is called “The Father Hood” and according to The Guardian‘s Yomi Adegoke, who REALLY hates it,
The tasks are all awful, ranging from the annoying (“look after some children at a party”) to the insulting (“get your sperm analyzed”) to the apparently randomly generated (“spray paint negative adjectives on to a car and then beat the car to death with a hammer”).
Labor of Love is so terrible that it doesn’t even feel like a television series. It feels like a document designed to be presented to God as an argument for the total eradication of the human race.
It feels like an open invitation for the coronavirus.
You’re curious now, right? It sounds so bad it might be great.
Labor of Love is on Thursdays on Fox.
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I can’t believe the time has finally come to share an incredible journey I’ve been on! I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be on @FOXtv’s new show @LaborofLoveFox premiering 5/21! This is NOT your typical dating show (though I can promise you’ll be very entertained)! I hope you see a little bit of yourself in me, and that you feel inspired to take big chances in your own life and to never give up on your biggest dreams… no matter what ❤️ #LaborofLove
(via The Guardian)