A dating-competition series spun off from "The Real Housewives of Orange County," featuring former housewife Jo De La Rosa searching for a love match by trying to connect with various suitors. Helping her weed out the contestants: ex-flame Slade Smiley.
Jo's quest to find a love connection comes to a close in the Season 1 finale. With two potential paramours remaining, Jo struggles mightily to choose her winning date mate. Appearing (and complicating matters) is one Slade Smiley.
Jo ventures on a second round of dates with her wooers and pursuers. A trip to a luxurious desert resort and spa is included, but all the pampering takes a backseat to jealousy-fueled dramas revolving around Slade.
Jo's wave of dates includes a surfing excursion, a wine-and-chocolate affair and a rendezvous inspired by the film "Pretty Woman." But juvenile tomfoolery back at the house irks Slade and may mean the expulsion of a suitor.
Jo's next round of dates finds her learning about art, participating in a vodka tasting and flying high in a private plane over Los Angeles. But all the romancing may get grounded because of one escort's controversial remark.
An aflutter Jo anticipates meeting three new suitors. She then shoots off guns with one date, flirts with another while golfing, and tries to get in tune with yet another over music. Complicating matters: a big fat fib, and Slade---who continually agitates Jo's wooers.
In the series opener, Jo De La Rosa, of "The Real Housewives of Orange County," begins her quest to find a love match by sizing up various suitors, including a man who takes her dancing, and a Hollywood figure who whisks her away on a helicopter ride. Helping her weed out the contestants: ex-flame Slade Smiley.