While much of Hollywood shows or movies matches young women with eligible bachelors who are jocks or athletes, this show tries to pit a girl with average-looking guys.
This show can be entertaining; seeing a girl really pour her heart out to get to know an average guy is pretty interesting to see, showing that beauty is sometimes not only skin deep.
Season 2, "Average Joe: Hawaii," premiered on January 5, 2004 and featured former Miss USA contestant and model Larissa Meek, who was swept away to a secluded island paradise for the romantic adventure of a lifetime.
The show's premise flipped for its third season, "Average Joe: Adam Returns," premiering on March 15, 2004.
"I'm surprised I was able to survive or suffer through eight years of Obama without literally going insane, but Hillary is going to be more of the same." And yet, not all militias are preparing for the worst case outcome.It just shows that the average joes really couldn't put a candle to the jocks.But, there are a few instances where there are some surprises, so, the show isn't all that bad.A gorgeous lady is cast as a "bachelorette" to find her dream man.When her suitors arrive she finds that they are just average looking guys, not handsome hard-bodies as she was hoping.On Christmas Day Barbara lashes out at Jim for his laziness and juvenile antics - though his description of a busty barmaid cures Dave's problem.However she is in for a pleasant surprise when she discovers just how he spent his scratch card winnings.At least one paramilitary group, the Oath Keepers, has called on members to monitor voting sites for signs of fraud.According to Reuters, the reason for recent pick up in militia activity is that many group members fear Clinton would push the county further to the left.Nearly 20 million people watched as Adam Mesh had his heart broken in Season 1 - but he came back to call the shots as 19 women tried to win his heart.The fourth and final season, entitled "Average Joe: The Joes Strike Back," aired in 2005.