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"It's really cool to see those people like come and shake things up and rock the boat," Paffrath said, "and it gives viewers a chance to really have an opinion.
They're shouting at the TV like, 'Chris, what are you doing?!
Her role in the show is to conduct the ceremonies where contestants choose their "keeper." Now that the show has undergone a format change in its second season, she's excited to be able to really follow along and get invested in the dating hopefuls, Kerri and Chris.
Growing up, Paffrath was a fan of the MTV dating show "Singled Out." She worked as a casting assistant on another MTV dating series, "Next," which was produced by Lighthearted Entertainment CEO Howard Schultz.
She told HNGN that she always thought it would be fun to be a part of a dating show; she just never imagined a being part of one where contestants bare all - literally.
There was really no order to the season because each episode has a nice little bow at the end and wrapped up the story.
So now, we have Chris and Kerri and they're staying with us through the full 10 episodes so you really get involved in their lives.