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Ray and Caro came in third, which was a little surprising, especially since they lost to Dylan and Alexandra, the couple who registered the least to me.
Elizabeth decided to share the 0,000, because of course she did.
The person who selected it got to decide whether or not to share it.
This felt oddly tacked on and unnecessary; just give the kids some cash and be done with it.
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It’s nice to finally have such a high-quality, highly entertaining CBS summer reality show that it’s easy to fall in love with—and, apparently, fall in love on.
which just debuted in its regular Sunday time slot two days ago (after a preview on Thursday, July 26).
Love Island's final group of islanders during the finale: Dylan Curry, Alexandra Stewart, Weston Richey, Emily Salch, Zac Mirabelli, Elizabeth Weber, Ray Gantt and Caroline "Caro" Viehweg.
(Photo by Colin Young-Wolff/CBS Entertainment): “I know you better than you know yourself.”Because he’s as much a part of this journey as they are.
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Although there were recouplings and votes, and some flashes of drama, the show was mostly just conversations: long stretches of talking. But that’s what I loved about Love Island (I know, I know, I need to watch the UK version): While the show has a spectacular location and a robust budget for evocative pop music, it really thrives on the smallest of details: a throwaway laugh line, the relationships between young, hot, blank people.(If you want to know more about how producers chose the music, read Marisa Roffman’s interview with executive producer Simon Thomas.)The final eight people all wrote “declarations of love” for their partners, which were like wedding vows without the wedding, and which, on any other show, would have me literally screaming at the television.