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Say ‘I Do’
Say I Do is a remarkable example of a new trend in reality TV: vulnerability. Similar To Queer Eye, the show involves a group of gay men––Jeremiah Brent, Thai Nguyen, and Gabriele Bertaccini –– who use their skills to help someone find confidence during a difficult time in their life. Yet in this case, each episode centers around a couple’s love story.
From the Watercooler:
Watching Say I Do made me realize how rare true vulnerability, and healthy emotional expression in general, is in reality television. I was blown away by how many unspoken taboos their team broke throughout the series, from discussing the shame of a learning disability to the long-term impacts of growing up in a dysfunctional family. The show gives me hope for a future of TV where deep and meaningful conversations are the norm. — Jillian Richardson Read More