The premise: Have 1 girl, 14 "hunky" guys together at a ranch. Some of the guys are gay, some are straight. The girl has to figure out which is which. If the girl picks the straight guy, they each get $500,000. If the girl picks the gay guy, the gay guy gets $1,000,000 and the girl gets nothing but heartbreak. It started out funny enough when the guys got to the ranch first and the hostess told them that some of the guys were gay but no one was to tell anyone if they were. Then the guys had to figure out sleeping quarters arrangements, and supposedly some of the guys were a little distressed about sharing the same room with a possible gay guy, so the tension level was a bit amped up. I was like "whatever..." Later the naive go-lucky girl, Jackie, shows up and for an entire day, the guys were told to keep her in the dark about the twist, and to try and be as appealing to her as possible so she'll keep them around. At dinner, the hostess finally drops the bomb on Jackie and she's all messed up about the game and her gaydar is horrible, and she realizes that she can't really trust any of the guys because of the monetary stakes. Jackie got to pick 3 guys for a short one-on-one swing date. More talking ensued. Later it was time for eliminations, and Jackie had to send 2 guys home. When Jackie boots off the guys, they tell her if they are straight or gay. Well, Jackie has horrible gaydar and she booted 2 straight guys. There's an ugly streak to this concept of the show. Jackie doesn't really come across as all that bright (bubbly and cute, yes) and there's no telling if she does finally pick the straight guy in the end, but I don't think the prognosis is good.