[Then] a swarm of the crew from Bravo came in from nowhere,” Goldenberg said.The lawsuit names Hurry Date LLC, which hosted the speed-dating event, NBC Universal and True Entertainment LLC, which run the Bravo network.Sort It Out requires teams to search through an overwhelming variety of dates, pick the right ones and using an example, assemble an elaborate display correctly.Sew it up will see teams having to sew a fishing net to a fisherman's approval.Well, maybe not so much - Nicky & Kim are only six minutes behind them. Leo & Jamal are in third place (and only ten minutes behind Nicole & Travis), and they hope they'll have the advantage since they're from the middle east and speak a bit of Arabic.
He rushed downstairs to revoke the waiver, explaining to a rep he did not want to be featured on the show, according to the lawsuit.
, produced by Fremantle Media North America, is filmed in front of a studio audience and features a “Flirty 30” panel consisting of 30 good-looking single women.
Every week, the women meet several bachelors who try impress them with their looks, personality and sense of humor.
About half the teams decide to go for the sorting task, with Leo & Jamal getting to it first. The teams sewing the teams sewing the nets make good work of things, as well. Leo & Jamal finish first and are now instructed to head to the Champion's Podium to meet Phil at this week's Pit Stop.
Over at the sewing ask, Amy & Jason and Travis & Nicole get started at the same time. At the marina, the teams board a yacht headed towards the Yas Marina to get their next clue: a roadblock that requires teams to jump 200 feet from the Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi, then get into a racecar with a driver for a crazy fast lap, during which they'll need to keep their eyes peeled for the name of the fastest driver and his lap time. They check in first, and win a trip to Paris, as well.