, the blonde mama sees herself feeling a little awkward while first venturing into a blind date with a man named Van.
Though he's super attractive, Kate can't help but feel a little tense with her camera crew around while she meets the hunk for the first time—especially when she has to climb into a helicopter while wearing heels!
I mean, I don't know how you could think it's not awkward. "However, as the date goes on things appear to be getting better, and the reality star is able to open up about what she's looking for in a man."I think from the experience that I've been through, my main message to my kids is never settle and do be comfortable with yourself enough that you're not just marrying and being with the first person that comes along," she explained to Van.
"I think that's a big mistake that a lot of people make."She also added that finding someone strong enough to handle her huge family automatically sets the bar higher for the men that enter her life.
"This time around, I have to be extra choosy, not only for myself, but the bar is set very much higher because it matters so much more for them," she said.
"If you're willing to take on someone with eight kids you have to be pretty darn tough from the get go."As for Van?
He seems pretty interested in Kate, telling the cameras, "I don't think I had any clue of what to expect, as someone who's actually never seen the show.
A dysfunctional family tries to help each other navigate the modern dating scene.
Recent divorcee Tara and her bachelor brother coach each other through the crazy world of dating (on-line and off), while living under the same roof again for the second time and raising her teenage daughter.
This is not a real review of the show because I only watched two episodes so far and it seems that a review at this point would be premature.
Still, after watching the first episode, I felt compelled to comment on the comment in the show.
In the first episode, when Valerie is about to dash from her office she asks her receptionist if she gets prepared when she is about to meet someone from online dating. "I check Google, twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, OKCupid and other sites," she says. I bet if "Armenian" in the comment was replaced with a Jew or Black there would have been a major outrage (and rightfully so), so why is it okay to say that about Armenians?
"How else would I know he is not a serial killer or... It's bad enough that the only Armenians we see portrayed on TV are the ubiquitous Kardashians and characters that are either Uber-drivers or gang- members (see: Ray Donovan).