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She wasn't the only contestant with another agenda."Everyone had ulterior motives," says Perl-Raver."Everybody had something they wanted to get out of it." She adds that Los Angeles, full of aspiring actors, models and industry insiders, is the perfect place for reality producers to prepare their cast and scenario recipes."Of course it was a bunch of actors," she says.This reality show ask the question - Is Love Blind?Six daters get to know each other without seeing each other, giving them a chance to like the person for their personality first and not their appearance.She said her friends and family questioned the uncharacteristic move."I bit him because he was such a bad kisser.I wanted to make him stop," she says."Everybody had to be boiled down to the minutiae of what people best fit into," says Perl-Raver.
contestant, allegedly murdered his model ex-wife before committing suicide, months after moving to Los Angeles to film the reality match-making contest."The word people should be looking for is television, not reality," says contestant Sasha Perl-Raver, who was one of six people looking for love in the third episode of this year's new ABC reality romance series.She spoke with me recently about her televised dating experience and had some insightful comments on reality TV today, how it got here, and where it should head next.Perl-Raver admits that she had her own reasons for appearing on , in which each episode, three men and three women get acquainted in complete darkness before selecting a suitable match to see in the light.She's writing a book on dating and wanted to put herself in as many situations as possible, including reality TV, speed dating and more traditional ways of finding that special someone.