Strause: Eric is an interesting one because he's a bit of a dark horse, both for Rachel and for the Bachelor race.
He obviously freaked out during his hometown date and voiced his concerns about getting down on one knee so quickly in a relationship. He's 31, the average age of Bachelors at the time of their season premiere, and I think he has a better chance compared to Eric. (Brad Womack, seasons 11 and 15.) His podcast with Ashley I.
Viewers are not going to sign up for a 10-week journey with a guy that doesn't plan on proposing at the end. Something tells me they wouldn’t cast the first black Bachelor directly after the first black Bachelorette. I think Peter is a great, great catch — but is he great TV? He certainly has podcast and said he is dating someone. proves he isn’t shying away from staying connected to the Bachelor world, and that he still has a following.
The series was very similar in style to Saved by the Bell, but with an urban setting and more diverse cast.
City Guys was mainly centered on its two main characters, Jamal Grant (Wesley Jonathan) and Chris Anderson (Scott Whyte), two teenagers from different backgrounds – Chris coming from a wealthy family, and Jamal coming from a working-class family – who had to stay on the ball while attending Manhattan High School (which was nicknamed in the series as "Manny High") and avoid trouble, while their principal Karen Noble (Marcella Lowery) attempted to keep them in line and out of trouble.
Jamal and Chris's similar personalities caused friction between them in the beginning, but they became best friends as the series went on.
Would an overwhelming fan response this summer do the trick? I don't think that he is mature enough to handle an entire season.