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March 14, 2024 38 mins

Guy, with a tough exterior and soft interior, is looking to build a future with someone ready for the same, with one caveat, "must love cats". On today's episode Abuelita meets three creative contestants, who play a category based game, “If I Were…”, and “Housewife Strife”, inspired by the main dater’s love of the Housewives franchise. Will one of these contestants start some Housewives level drama? And will Capitana Liliana be able to find this sensitive cowboy a match?

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Speaker 1 (00:05):
Ailita.

Speaker 2 (00:05):
I'm not feeling very well right now.

Speaker 1 (00:07):
What's wrong with you, my baby?

Speaker 3 (00:10):
Oh?

Speaker 4 (00:11):
Your stomach, your chest, your hips, your knees. Let me see,
I might have something in my purse.

Speaker 1 (00:25):
Oh how about a little big.

Speaker 5 (00:29):
Geg you know maybe, but I think I'm sick with.

Speaker 4 (00:35):
Love, goodness, gracious grape balls of fire.

Speaker 5 (00:41):
I am your host Rico or THI is joined by
our lovely AA, some motist ex husbands, all of you. Well,
should we see if we can find someone or someone's

(01:01):
for our sweete main dator.

Speaker 1 (01:03):
Let's do it.

Speaker 2 (01:04):
Guy is thirty years old.

Speaker 5 (01:06):
He is a creative Taurus that will snuggle up on
the couch with a TV lineup of some Fades, six
feet Under, twin Peaks, and Anything Housewives. He has loved
comic books since he was a kid, and I hope
he is ready to meet our own superhero Kapitan Lileana.

Speaker 2 (01:26):
Complete with cape and special powers.

Speaker 1 (01:29):
Ah ha Tran Trondantan.

Speaker 4 (01:35):
Oh Wilita Sensus everything. I am here to save you
from the wrong love.

Speaker 2 (01:43):
Oh goodness, is that the China.

Speaker 1 (01:46):
Nada? Just with my intelligence?

Speaker 4 (01:48):
Yeah and listen, I am here to save the day
and find you love, whichever way gorgeous, gorgeous.

Speaker 2 (01:56):
Well, let's get to it. Let's meet our main dator Guy.

Speaker 1 (01:59):
Come on in.

Speaker 6 (02:01):
Hello, Hello, hello.

Speaker 5 (02:02):
Hello, Hello for everyone listening to us right now. Guy
has neck tattoo that is just Oh I wish you'll
could see it.

Speaker 2 (02:10):
It is stunning.

Speaker 6 (02:12):
Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you.

Speaker 5 (02:14):
Guy. We want to know a little bit about who
you are, what you do, what makes you take? What
would your besties say to describe you?

Speaker 6 (02:23):
Tell us, I'm originally from Texas, so I love country music, gorgeous.
I moved to La to go to school. So you're
at USC and just stared here afterwards? What you see?
Is it really what you get? Most people think that
I'm like aggressive or some sort of f boy, you know,
but I'm actually really sweet, deep down and just a
loving person. My friends would describe me as being charismatic,

(02:47):
so they love having me around, and yeah, that's me
in a nutshell.

Speaker 2 (02:51):
Yes, I definitely get the charisma it is there.

Speaker 5 (02:53):
And I love a taurus, so yes, yes, yes, Now
I hear that your fur babies come first, so must
love cats a requirement one hundred percent.

Speaker 6 (03:05):
My cat, his name is Chewy. He's super cute, super fluffy,
super loving, but he's my number one, so nobody allergic
to cats hopefully noted.

Speaker 4 (03:14):
I want to know about the Housewives and all of
those shows. Is that like a twenty four to seven
kind of thing?

Speaker 6 (03:20):
So there's enough franchises out now that it actually can
be hit twenty four to seven thing. I had kind
of left the desk job for a minute, and my
sister was just like, you need to get into this,
and that kind of blew her off for a while.
But I started one and I didn't look back. I
like binged through one beginning to end, and I was like, Okay,
what's the next one? I should start? And then I

(03:42):
dived in and it is a guilty pleasure, I will
admit it.

Speaker 4 (03:45):
You're from Texas, but what is your background? I'm Mexican,
so do you speak Spanish? See novelas Nob's novelas.

Speaker 6 (03:54):
I think that's where it translated. I got like the
went from like novelas to like ugly Betty and like
soap opera's an to like now we get in the
real soap opera and like in the tabloids and all that,
and it's just so much drama. And I think that's
why I love it ran as well watching novellas.

Speaker 5 (04:10):
With I never thought that my guilty pleasure around reality
TV was tied into a NOVELA.

Speaker 1 (04:16):
Cool, that's so real.

Speaker 4 (04:18):
You say that your grandfather was the first Latino border agent.
You said, that is how the family really assimilated.

Speaker 1 (04:26):
What did that mean? So if you had any.

Speaker 4 (04:27):
Relatives to the coming through the border your dad, if
you didn't like them, it say no go back, I.

Speaker 6 (04:34):
Wish I'm kidding. So basically, he got this job that
required him to kind of hide his Latino nests, and
he ended up naming my aunts and uncles very gringo
names and didn't allow them to learn Spanish. So I
was actually able to go to bilingual classes and elementary
so that's how I got fluent. But whenever I hear

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my answered uncles try to speak Spanish, icringe because it's
like so bad. It's so bad, But it's not their fault.
But it was always interesting because like my grandma and
grandpa would be talking to each other in Spanish, and
I'd be like the only one in the whole family
that would be able to like understand and get the
tea and know who they were gossiping about.

Speaker 1 (05:15):
Your grandparents still around.

Speaker 6 (05:17):
No, my Wellifa is but dementia and she's been in
a home for about eight years for that. But she's
the one who mostly raised me. And I think that's
why I get along with older people a little bit better.
No good to know, because I was just raised around
you know, older people.

Speaker 4 (05:33):
Yeah, we can teach you a few good things as
older people.

Speaker 5 (05:38):
Now, you seem like you have an open mind and
an open heart.

Speaker 2 (05:42):
What does the ideal relationship look like for you.

Speaker 6 (05:46):
We're working towards a future together, whether that means purchasing
a house at some point, maybe if they want to
have kids. We're working towards you know, being able to
adopt down the line, but just making sure that we're
on the same page for a future that we want
to build together and making sure that it's somebody that like,
we could watch each other grow into the people that
we want to become.

Speaker 1 (06:05):
Is having kids important?

Speaker 6 (06:08):
So I'm totally open to it. If it's something really
important that you know, the partner I want or I
have wants, then sign me up. If it's really important
to them. If it's something that they don't want, then
I'm totally one hundred percent cool with that too.

Speaker 4 (06:22):
I love how you think. Very very sweetheart. Okay, we
have another question for you, very important. So what has
worked for you and your past relationships and what hasn't
worked for you?

Speaker 6 (06:33):
The relationships that didn't work out is because maybe we
didn't communicate enough, like initially, and I think that's kind
of led to problems down the line. And also sometimes
things change during relationship and being able to communicate those
changes has to be a good dialogue, you know, whether
it's something that's really uncomfortable to bring up, having somebody

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that's not going to shy away for the sake of
it being easier to just.

Speaker 5 (06:59):
Not talk about it, how do you then manage uncomfortable conversations?
What would be the ideal scenario for you when something
uncomfortable comes.

Speaker 6 (07:06):
Up some one of those people? And I know there's
a lot out there that when somebody says we need
to have a talk, it's like in an anxiety attack.

Speaker 1 (07:16):
For every human being.

Speaker 6 (07:18):
Yeah, so maybe study like a little text before, like hey,
I want to have a conversation about this, so they
could prepare themselves and what they think about that before.
So when we come together to have this dialogue face
to face, nobody's getting blindsided, and everybody is able to
articulate how they feel about it, because you know, sometimes
you sleep on it and the next day you're like, oh,
actually forgot to mention this, this and this, you know.

(07:39):
So being able to prepare yourself emotionally and mentally for
a dialogue that may be uncomfortable, I think makes it
a little bit easier for both parties.

Speaker 2 (07:49):
When's the last time you dated somebody?

Speaker 6 (07:51):
I've been single for about fourteen months.

Speaker 2 (07:53):
How long did that relationship last?

Speaker 6 (07:55):
Do you want? A half years?

Speaker 1 (07:56):
On and off right on?

Speaker 2 (07:58):
Were you nesting with this partner? Were you cohabitating?

Speaker 7 (08:01):
No?

Speaker 6 (08:02):
And I think that's a big reason of why it
did not work out, because they kind of didn't have
a plan to ever really do that anytime soon. And
that's something that I eventually do want, Like not saying
that I need it right off the bat, but it's
something that I do eventually want to work to.

Speaker 5 (08:17):
When it comes to dating, when it comes to being
in partnership, are you someone that organizes the date, plans
the thing or are you the one that goes with
the flow? Do you want half and half like some
dates you like plan or some dates you have them
planned for you.

Speaker 2 (08:33):
What's the vibe?

Speaker 6 (08:35):
I would ideally like half and half because I kind
of make sure like that you're both doing stuff that
you both want to do, Like I want to take
you out to this restaurant. Cool, the next time I'll
take you out the one that I want to take
you to. You know, I've dated some people where it
was just like I'm kind of pulling teeth to kind
of like, hey, we're going to do this date, and
that works for me as well, But ideally it'd be

(08:58):
nice to kind of both take each other out equally.

Speaker 2 (09:01):
Are you a big foody?

Speaker 6 (09:04):
I love keeping up with a fine dining seat in
LA because it's also one of the main reasons why
I love living here, So keeping up on like, oh,
one of my favorite chefs from this restaurant just opened
up a new spot. We need to go check it out.

Speaker 2 (09:15):
Yes, yes, yes, okay, big foody. You know your chefs,
you know you're really TV your shows.

Speaker 4 (09:22):
Quattoos, he's got it all. And I hear that you're
a little kinky in a little vanilla. Look at asking
these questions. Look at what is vanilla?

Speaker 1 (09:31):
Bring it?

Speaker 4 (09:32):
You bring it a Wilita knows about those things, Vanilla.

Speaker 6 (09:36):
I love you. I love you know, like where you
want to rip each other's clothes off and there's like
a white sheet in the wind blowing through the window.
I love that, you know. But also like if you
want to like choke me a little, I'm cool with
that too.

Speaker 5 (09:50):
Damn yes, I mean this was this one's got the
change already at all times alone, do not choke?

Speaker 1 (10:03):
What are we talking? That's also another question, why, Vanilla.

Speaker 6 (10:08):
Sometimes it depends on the mood, you know. Sometimes you
are like a rainy d like this. You want to
be snuggled up and you know, connected, and you wanna.

Speaker 4 (10:16):
Yes, romandico la pasion. Yeah, oh my god, where is
husband number six?

Speaker 1 (10:27):
Anybody knows?

Speaker 6 (10:28):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (10:28):
I don't know, you know, but that has been married five times.

Speaker 4 (10:30):
That's what gives me the right to tell you, guys
what to do and not and to find you the
right partner. This is important. Love is important, honesty and
all of that is good, and I'm so glad that
we're here to do that for you guys.

Speaker 2 (10:42):
Well, thank you so much for sharing everything with us.

Speaker 5 (10:44):
Guy.

Speaker 2 (10:45):
We love how cool and kind.

Speaker 5 (10:47):
You are, and we have some pretty exceptional matches. So
we're pretty excited to meet the contestants.

Speaker 1 (10:54):
Yeah, yes, let's do it.

Speaker 2 (10:56):
We'll be back after the break. Welcome back today, Mayawani
the first.

Speaker 5 (11:05):
All right, it's time to meet some of our excited contestants.

Speaker 2 (11:10):
Meet Jordan.

Speaker 5 (11:12):
Jordan delights in true originals and has a well developed
artistic practice, currently getting an MFA in film. Loves to
draw and paint, and might be even looking for amuse.

Speaker 2 (11:26):
Hi Jordan, Hi, how are you so so good?

Speaker 5 (11:31):
Oh my goodness, let's meet at Turo is a thirty
six year old double cancer A very thoughtful individual who
is surrounded by great friends and family, but looking to
add a special.

Speaker 2 (11:44):
Someone to the mix.

Speaker 5 (11:46):
He is down to curl up next to a boo
and read a good book or head to the cinema.

Speaker 2 (11:56):
I love it.

Speaker 5 (11:58):
And last but not, we have Oscar Oscar is a
bicoastal set designer who bounces between Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
Originally from Guatemala, he has a unique worldview and is
drawn to men who aren't afraid to dive deep in thought.
We have an incredible bunch over here. I am so

(12:20):
very excited.

Speaker 2 (12:21):
Ugh, I want need that.

Speaker 1 (12:22):
What is this ketchup, your ketchup your cat.

Speaker 4 (12:27):
We am totally our work cut out for us today,
but welcome aboard.

Speaker 5 (12:30):
Now that we are all here, let's just hop in
and break the ice with a game that might be
hard for these creatives.

Speaker 2 (12:38):
So listen up, duties.

Speaker 5 (12:39):
I know that you can't be boxed in, so we're
just gonna try to get the heart out of each
of you.

Speaker 2 (12:44):
We will call this game If I were.

Speaker 5 (12:48):
We would provide a category, and you must tell us
something you identify with you want to.

Speaker 2 (12:54):
Get an example.

Speaker 4 (12:54):
It's a little example, Midhico. If you were a beverage,
where would it be?

Speaker 5 (13:00):
If I were a beverage, I would be a ginger kimbuucha.

Speaker 2 (13:06):
There's eff vescence, which I love and adore, and I'm
a very effervestent in person.

Speaker 5 (13:10):
Yes, Also it's a little funky and it is a
taste you have to acquire totally, which makes it.

Speaker 1 (13:17):
Put the bottle back.

Speaker 5 (13:20):
Here we go, here we are anyway, that would be
my beverage. So thenuro, what would be your beverage?

Speaker 8 (13:28):
If I were a beverage, I would probably be orange juice.
I stand alone pretty well, but then you can mix
me with lots of things, and I probably just improve
upon whatever that is.

Speaker 2 (13:38):
Yes, I love it, Oscar. What would your beverage be?

Speaker 3 (13:42):
I would be a fresh glass of water, gorgeous? Why,
I don't know. I think everyone just needs water and
be fresh at some point.

Speaker 2 (13:51):
Cute? Love it, Jordan, what would be your beverage?

Speaker 7 (13:58):
Honest, I feel like I'd be kind of a dark
soda like, kind of a guilty pleasure, but goes good
with most things, which you could take me anywhere. Unavailable
in most places. I'm really resonant to that energy and
taste really good skin, but they're delicious.

Speaker 1 (14:13):
I like that. Okay, Okay, pretty good.

Speaker 2 (14:16):
Excellent responses across the board.

Speaker 1 (14:19):
Okay, let's go to the next one. Indeed.

Speaker 4 (14:22):
Okay, here's a fun one. If you're a smell what
would you be? Come on now, Oscar?

Speaker 3 (14:28):
Oh fresh laundry.

Speaker 2 (14:30):
Oh that's an excellent response.

Speaker 4 (14:33):
Is that with or without those little bollitas that you
put in the dryer with? Double about you, Jordan.

Speaker 7 (14:44):
You got to hear me out, because honestly, it might
sound a little plain, but I am obsessed with the
smell of vanilla. I think it is universal. I think
it's appealing. It's a little sweet, but it's also very inviting.
I will absolutely dawn have vanilla sent any day of
the week.

Speaker 5 (14:59):
Okay, yummy, very very nice.

Speaker 8 (15:04):
I would say eucalyptus. I think it's a really really
calming sense, but it's also a little bit elevated.

Speaker 3 (15:10):
M h.

Speaker 6 (15:11):
And it smells great in the shower.

Speaker 1 (15:13):
Yes, I'm afraid of this one.

Speaker 5 (15:15):
If you were a nineties or two thousands era pop princess,
who would you be?

Speaker 1 (15:21):
Jordan?

Speaker 2 (15:21):
I see you, I see you do want to do
you want to take this one in?

Speaker 7 (15:25):
It would be Gada hands down, like without a doubt,
absolutely very die hard.

Speaker 5 (15:31):
With her gorgeous Yes, yes, yes, yes, Oscar, what are
your thoughts?

Speaker 3 (15:37):
I would be Christina Aguilera.

Speaker 1 (15:39):
Oh I love her.

Speaker 2 (15:40):
Yes, what are your thoughts?

Speaker 8 (15:43):
I don't even know if she's a two thousands queen,
but Selena Gomez, I really resonate with her because I
feel like, you know, we're figuring it out, you know,
we we know our strides and our strengths, know we
want but it's a little time. But uh, you know
we're flourishing now.

Speaker 6 (15:58):
So I really uh like your journey.

Speaker 1 (16:00):
Oh yes, okay, let's go to the next one.

Speaker 5 (16:04):
If you were a tool, what would you be think,
Homo depot.

Speaker 1 (16:14):
I'm really afraid with this.

Speaker 3 (16:15):
I'm gonna say I would be a screwdriver.

Speaker 2 (16:19):
Oscar would be a screwdriver.

Speaker 1 (16:20):
Okay, Oscar explain.

Speaker 6 (16:23):
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (16:24):
I feel like you just need a screwdriver. They just
with everything. Everything needs screws now. They're just so, you know,
just put things back together.

Speaker 2 (16:34):
This is an amazing response.

Speaker 4 (16:35):
The two that's my main tool screw drive it I
mean driver?

Speaker 2 (16:43):
What are you thinking?

Speaker 8 (16:44):
I guess that would be a shovel because it helps
you plant, but it helps helps you.

Speaker 6 (16:51):
Bury as well.

Speaker 8 (16:52):
There you go, like, I can, you know, help cultivate,
but also if you get into some stuff, I can
help you too.

Speaker 1 (17:00):
You're a done deal.

Speaker 2 (17:01):
Yes, Jordan, what would you be?

Speaker 7 (17:05):
I mean, I really don't know a lot about tools,
but maybe like a hammer.

Speaker 2 (17:10):
I feel like they're.

Speaker 7 (17:11):
Very straightforward and practical, but they also have the dual
side so they're kind of versatile.

Speaker 2 (17:17):
Oh, we love a versatility moment. Yes, yes, I would
eat that. One more question? What is there one if?

Speaker 3 (17:23):
Oh?

Speaker 4 (17:24):
This one is really really sweet? What would you be
if you were a dessert?

Speaker 1 (17:29):
Jordan?

Speaker 7 (17:31):
I am a sucker for some ice cream, but also
like a milkshake type moment. I can do any flavor,
but like I like unique ones. I think it's sweet
savor and always very comforting on a cold day.

Speaker 1 (17:43):
What happened to vanilla?

Speaker 7 (17:44):
I'll take vanilla, but you know I can get a
little diverse there.

Speaker 1 (17:48):
Oh, yes, it's good to know.

Speaker 3 (17:52):
I'll be chocolate cake O busy.

Speaker 8 (17:55):
Why it just sounds good, you know, it's just just
want some chocolate cake.

Speaker 5 (17:59):
Just decadent, delicious chocolates, timeless, timeless, gorgeous, Yes, very good.

Speaker 6 (18:08):
I would be a chocolate chip cookie.

Speaker 8 (18:11):
I think everyone likes chocolate chip cookies so and taste good, warm,
mm hm cool.

Speaker 2 (18:17):
Yeah, I love all these answers.

Speaker 5 (18:19):
I think, oh, y'all really gave beautiful imagery as well
and a bit of an understanding as well as how
you operate internally.

Speaker 2 (18:27):
This is beautiful.

Speaker 5 (18:28):
This would be I think, our perfect set way to
our next game before Auilita sends one of you packing unfortunately.

Speaker 2 (18:39):
Yeah, now here's the thing.

Speaker 5 (18:41):
Our main dator is a self proclaimed TV junkie and
might enjoy a real housewife franchise or two.

Speaker 2 (18:53):
So in today's game of Housewife Strife, you will need
to give us.

Speaker 5 (18:59):
Your best housewife intro tagline that encapsulates your personality and
tell us how would you navigate the drama that is
currently unfolding amongst you ladies.

Speaker 2 (19:14):
So here's the drama. You are on a ski trip.

Speaker 5 (19:18):
In Aspen and all goes wrong when you all are
snowed in the chateau you're saying, and one of the
housewives is having a full blown panic attack, So how
do you maintain the piece and comfort them? We're gonna
give you all a minute to think about a tagline
and how would you comfort them?

Speaker 2 (19:39):
So take your time.

Speaker 1 (19:42):
Okay, are we ready with our answers? Yes?

Speaker 4 (19:45):
Art, what is your tagline and how are you maintaining
the piece?

Speaker 6 (19:49):
Okay?

Speaker 8 (19:50):
So my tagline, I think, and situationally, of course, is
probably it's not that I don't care, it's what I
really don't care, And I think to maintain the peace, please,
I would kind of let it just burn, you know.
I think sometimes people in servile situations need to kind
of work through a lot of things, and I don't
also think it's my job to kind of manage people's

(20:12):
emotions all the time. I would also just kind of
be curious to see how people function in that space.
So I would definitely sit back and watch for a second.
It's kind of observed, and then if I felt like
there was an intervention needed, I would always step in.

Speaker 1 (20:24):
I like that, okay, Oscar mammos.

Speaker 9 (20:27):
My tagline is I might come from warm weather, but
that doesn't mean I don't have enough layers to handle this.

Speaker 4 (20:34):
Ya yai.

Speaker 2 (20:35):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (20:37):
And then I have like mushrooms in my suitcase.

Speaker 9 (20:42):
I would like probably like start micro dozing on them
and then ask if the girls want to join, you know,
to maintain the piece and to do some healing while
we look for a solution together.

Speaker 1 (20:55):
In another world.

Speaker 4 (20:56):
Yeah, the mushroom world, all right now, Jordan.

Speaker 7 (21:00):
My tagline would be, I can dish it, take it
and look good while doing it.

Speaker 1 (21:05):
I get league, and how are you maintaining the piece?

Speaker 7 (21:11):
I guess for one, it would depend on if she's
my friend or not, if she's my enemy, whatever, But
if we're cool, if we're peers, if we're equals, and
I like her, then I think that I would support
her and whatever she's going through, maybe we can talk
about it and we might find a way to work
through it together.

Speaker 1 (21:29):
Great answer, Good heart.

Speaker 2 (21:31):
Yes, yes, yes, well I will eat that.

Speaker 3 (21:34):
See.

Speaker 2 (21:35):
Sadly, you have to let one of these beautiful qutis go.

Speaker 1 (21:39):
So you are each adorable ard. I like your hair
like it is. It looks really good.

Speaker 4 (21:47):
However, I need to think a little bit more about
our main data and the things that might match with him.
But at this point, right now, I'm really really sorry,
though you are the most adorable cute person in the world,
I have to let Oscar go.

Speaker 5 (22:05):
Oscar, what a joy and a delight. You are so
sweet and kind and just love your smile. We are
so sad to see you go, but unfortunately we have
to do this as part of the game.

Speaker 3 (22:18):
Thank you so much everyone. This was great. I really
enjoyed myself.

Speaker 4 (22:21):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (22:22):
Thank you to contestants.

Speaker 2 (22:24):
Yeah, thank you so so much. Have a great rest
of your day. We'll be back after the great.

Speaker 5 (22:35):
Welcome back today, my Amili the first Now it's time
to get a bit more intimate with these two remaining contestants.

Speaker 2 (22:47):
So what we're going I know you do.

Speaker 5 (22:50):
What we're going to do is send Aalita off on
two speed days for some cafes. Awilita with these last
two Oh all right.

Speaker 2 (23:01):
You have your one on one with.

Speaker 4 (23:04):
Now, let's have some What is it that you are
looking for, my love? What kind of person are you
looking for to share? Because you would like a relationship,
right sure, yeah.

Speaker 6 (23:14):
Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 8 (23:14):
I think when I think of my partner, I think
of them as a whole person, right, seeking another whole
person some much flags that I really look up for
are people who really love bomb right, so quickly falling
into situations where people are wanting to spend a lot
of time with you, really pushing forward to wayship that
hasn't even got to that place yet. And so I
just want someone who has like a life of their

(23:36):
own and so that we can get together and like
really just enjoy each other's company without necessitating some kind
of like dependence upon the other person to make them
feel like a whole person.

Speaker 4 (23:46):
So you are looking for a partner, yeah, someone that
you can be serious with, but you are also looking
for a polyamorous relationship.

Speaker 6 (23:54):
Well, I want to explore things.

Speaker 8 (23:56):
I don't want to ever define anything because that kind
of defeats the point of explos right. If I'm saying
this is what I want, I'm open to exploring kind
of where this person is and where I am.

Speaker 6 (24:05):
I think things change over time.

Speaker 8 (24:08):
I think it's hard to place such a large responsibility
on one person to be or everything right. I think
we get so much of our support and our love
and our experiences from multiple people, and so I don't
think that's weird to also explore in my love life.

Speaker 4 (24:25):
Absolutely now, I agree one hundred percent. So tell me
how to read. You don't mind me calling you that?
Do you our our leitas? You know we're all with
the yeah, yeah, What is it that you do for
a living?

Speaker 8 (24:39):
I work at a nonprofit here in Los Angeles focusing
on homeless.

Speaker 4 (24:43):
Services, Okay, and I think on your little bio I
was reading that people don't take that very well when
you tell them what you do.

Speaker 8 (24:51):
I tend not to talk too much about it in detail.
I think what I have learned is that it kind
of goes the two directions, right. The one direction, it's
becomes as narrative like, oh, you must be a really
good person.

Speaker 6 (25:02):
We need people like you in the world. And I
don't think that's.

Speaker 8 (25:05):
Fair because I'm getting paid to do the work that
I'm doing, right, Not to say I don't care about
the work, but I'm getting paid to do it.

Speaker 6 (25:11):
And then the other components.

Speaker 8 (25:12):
People start telling me all about homelessness, and they start
talking about why it's an issue and all these things.
And I can't always be an educator. I love what
I do and I appreciative of the work that I
get to do. It's such a hot topic of Los
Angeles and everyone has an opinion and it doesn't really
suit my mental health to always be the person to
kind of always be on and being an advocate.

Speaker 1 (25:34):
So have you always been this level headed?

Speaker 8 (25:38):
So I'm actually so as a double cancer, right, I'm
run by emotions.

Speaker 6 (25:43):
Logic doesn't work well with me.

Speaker 1 (25:45):
I would think it does, do you.

Speaker 8 (25:46):
Because previously I vaded multiple libras and we just do
not We don't get it. We can't communicate our needs
because you know, someone says, you know, I need to
do x y Z because of you know x y Z,
and I'm like, I don't know what that means. I'm
studid because I want to do it or I don't
want to do it. So at times it feels very childlike,
but it really if it feels good.

Speaker 6 (26:07):
To me, I'm going to do it. It feels wrong, I'm
not going to do it. That's just a bottom line.

Speaker 5 (26:12):
So sorry to interrupt, but Awlita here is a busy woman.

Speaker 2 (26:16):
So we're gonna move on to our next speed date.
Welcome back, Jordan, and here.

Speaker 5 (26:23):
I let you be with a Alita take it away.

Speaker 1 (26:28):
How are you, Jordan?

Speaker 7 (26:29):
I'm very well.

Speaker 5 (26:30):
How are you?

Speaker 1 (26:31):
I am great? And first of all, I love your
pink sweatshirt.

Speaker 3 (26:34):
Thank you love pink.

Speaker 1 (26:36):
So what are you looking for, Jordan?

Speaker 7 (26:39):
I'm definitely looking for some more stability in my life.
I like someone who's opened a conversation, someone who's emotionally available,
someone who leads with kindness, and someone who can pull
me outside of my comfort zone and hopefully I can
put them on the things that we can be mutually
symbiotic in that way.

Speaker 1 (27:00):
Hmmm, when was your last relationship?

Speaker 7 (27:02):
I kind of had a pandemic boyfriend, but I feel
like that was really circumstantial, so I guess like twenty twenty.

Speaker 1 (27:09):
Well, I was see your neighbor.

Speaker 7 (27:11):
No, it was just like everything was closed off. So
it felt like the person that I was talking to
at that time we kind of only had each other
and it felt very isolated and very like not social,
and I don't think was very healthy at that time.
I hope they're well, but it was definitely like I'm
glad that that's in the past.

Speaker 4 (27:28):
So what are the red flags that you don't want
anywhere near you?

Speaker 7 (27:32):
I think a big one, especially with like queer people,
is like not being able to talk about your feelings,
just being candid, being honest. For whatever reason, it's like
hard for people to do and like, just let me
know what you want, and I think we'll get along
just fine. But I think those were like my standouts.

Speaker 4 (27:49):
Now, what is it that you do to impress someone
that you really like?

Speaker 1 (27:53):
Are you subtle or oh no.

Speaker 6 (27:55):
Oh no, no, no, no, no no, I'm not subtle at all.

Speaker 7 (27:58):
I think if I really really liked I'll be very
direct and I'll be very forward.

Speaker 6 (28:02):
If I really like you, I'll show.

Speaker 7 (28:03):
You something I really love. I'll take you to some
place that I think will kind of value you. I'm
very hopeless romantic, but I think I have a classic
idea of romance. I like gestures of love. I like
flowers and gifts and you know, going somewhere nice, lurging
a little bit, and good time.

Speaker 4 (28:22):
What is it that you would like to see in
the future in a long lasting relationship besides the communication,
how do you want that person to be I would.

Speaker 7 (28:32):
Hope that, and I've never been in like a very
long term relationship, but.

Speaker 4 (28:37):
In that we're working on that right now, so I hope. So,
if the main data was listening to you right now,
what would you say to him about how you planned
this relationship to be?

Speaker 3 (28:50):
Well?

Speaker 7 (28:50):
I hope that when it comes to issues, overcoming them
is not something that's intimidating. I would want us to
have incredible openness and whenever there's any type of inkling
of anything wrong or if you want something, or if
there is any type of feeling of distrust, I would
just like there to be a very clear, open dialogue

(29:12):
to just be able to be on my communication. But
it's not I feel like it's deeper than that, Like
I feel like there should be no walls and you
should be able to talk to each other about anything.

Speaker 4 (29:22):
That's exactly what a relationship is from minute one. It
has to be true.

Speaker 5 (29:26):
Yeah, that is a beautiful, beautiful set of answers. Thank
you both so much for your openness and your honesty
and transparency and earnestness and answering all these questions with
Alita Alita.

Speaker 2 (29:39):
Yeah, perhaps we should be transparent with our contestants here.

Speaker 3 (29:44):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (29:45):
Well, remember when I mentioned to one of you, Jordan,
that what would.

Speaker 1 (29:51):
You say if our main data was listening to you?

Speaker 6 (29:55):
Yeah?

Speaker 5 (29:55):
Well, our main data has been on this call this
whole time. But before we introduce him into the call,
we are going to ask the both of you to
go back into the waiting room because we're going to
have a really intense conversation to see which one shall
be chosen as the date for our main data.

Speaker 2 (30:19):
Alita is gonna be hard.

Speaker 5 (30:21):
Very These two really brought it in the Goufa see though,
really brought it on the last game. I think they
both are really thoughtful, ernest, sweet kind.

Speaker 4 (30:31):
They have all the qualities. Well, let's see what our
main dat has to say.

Speaker 2 (30:35):
Guy, you want to hop in?

Speaker 3 (30:36):
I'm back.

Speaker 2 (30:37):
What are your thoughts?

Speaker 6 (30:39):
Okay, first of all, what too brilliant, just genuine men,
Thank you for setting this up. I wish it was
this easy in the real world.

Speaker 1 (30:47):
It's just the real world is a Wilita's world.

Speaker 6 (30:52):
I definitely do agree with kind of leading towards Adurito's more,
I'm going to start climbing out for two.

Speaker 1 (31:00):
He liked it.

Speaker 2 (31:01):
I love it.

Speaker 6 (31:02):
I love it. I do think there's a little bit
more compatibility of where we are in our lives, to
be honest, although I do think both brought really beautiful,
genuine answers to the questions that y'all ask them, like
on paper, the questions. I'm just like yes to both,
you know. I think it really just comes down to
a compatibility of where we are in our lives right now.

Speaker 2 (31:24):
Yeah, yeah, I'm there with you.

Speaker 5 (31:26):
I know, two really wonderful people, so there's no doubt
are amazing. Thank you, guys, we're seeing a bit all right,
a Wilita, how are you feeling.

Speaker 1 (31:36):
Both of them are? They have very nice qualities.

Speaker 4 (31:40):
They're both kind, But yes, Ardito is a little more
balanced and more secure and where he's going.

Speaker 1 (31:46):
I love his answers. He's totally there.

Speaker 4 (31:48):
He thinks about everything, he thinks about the pros and
the cons, and he's willing to work with you and
communicate and have a life together.

Speaker 1 (31:56):
And he also wants that. So let me think about
it for a minute or two.

Speaker 2 (32:01):
All right, beautiful, let's bring in our two contestants. Welcome back,
Welcome back. What is your verdict?

Speaker 4 (32:13):
What can I say, both of you are amazing, both
of you. Unfortunately one has to go and the one
person that will be dating our main dater today and
the other person please don't hate me, is Ardurio.

Speaker 5 (32:29):
Congratulations, Jordan. We absolutely adore you. You are so just
kind and sweet and earn amazing.

Speaker 6 (32:38):
Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

Speaker 7 (32:40):
I have a lot of fun.

Speaker 4 (32:41):
You're a beautiful human being, you have an amazing heart.
You are going to have a wonderful life, and I
really pray wholeheartedly that you find that very nice person
that will share your life.

Speaker 7 (32:51):
Thank you so much.

Speaker 2 (32:53):
Thank you, Jordan.

Speaker 5 (32:55):
So without further ado, neat guy guy, come on and
turn on your camera.

Speaker 8 (33:05):
Ali, Hey, nice to me, too mean, too too guy.

Speaker 5 (33:10):
What were your first impressions when you saw and we're
seeing the show develop.

Speaker 6 (33:15):
A lot of it was just how eloquent his answers were.
He seemed very thought out, like because they're very spontaneous
questions and it's kind of hard to just think of
something on the fly, but everything seemed very like well prepared,
like he had thought about what kind of relationship he's
looking for, what kind of partner he's looking for. And
I'm at that place in my life where I'm also
just kind of ready to dive, like dive in nose deep.

(33:37):
You know, So I think I really related to him
on that level.

Speaker 2 (33:42):
Yes, yes, yes, yes, and met though. What are your
first impressions?

Speaker 6 (33:45):
I'm super excited about this, me too.

Speaker 5 (33:49):
Okay, you two, we know there's a lot to talk about.

Speaker 2 (33:54):
So we're gonna send you off on your little virtual date.
We're gonna try on to eep strands.

Speaker 3 (34:01):
So hard.

Speaker 6 (34:03):
Would you do for work or what do you do
besides the acting modeling thing? I tattoo as well? Oh awesome? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
I have like a second bedroom at my place that
I use to do that. So that's also a big
reason why I also try to get out of the
house a little bit more because I work from home,
and yeah, it's nice having people over, you know, but

(34:23):
at the end of the day, I'm like, all right,
I still got to get out of here at some point.
What do you do? Like around only? Like, what are
your hefferings to do? My happy place if I had to,
would be like on the beach reading a book. Oh
what are you reading right now? Right now? I'm rereading
this play that I'm adapting into a play, the dialogue
is kind of more like poetry almost, so I'm just

(34:45):
trying to like modernize that into like a contemporary context.
And I yeah, so when I adapting something, I try
to keep my palette cleansed. So I'm like, that's the
only thing that I'm reading, and because I'm rereading it
like every day, you know, just is kind of like
brainstorm ideas and stuff like that. Are you a reader?
I do.

Speaker 8 (35:05):
I do enjoy reading, full disclosure, Like I tend to
like really fallow like young adult books that I've learned
that like sci fi kind of like my favorite genre,
which I didn't realize until someone told me. I'm reading
before the coffee gets cold. It really it's a short
like vignette kind of book.

Speaker 6 (35:22):
Nice. Don't feel bad about the Ya things because I
do love uh ya your TV you know, like heart Stopper,
Like I don't know if you saw that, but I love,
like I love a good coming of age story. Either.
I have a cat. Are you cool with that? Yeah?

Speaker 8 (35:36):
That's are cool. I was telling someone, Actually, cats are
like new for me, so for it such a long time.
I was like they're just too independent, Like who would
want a cat. But then there's like some kind.

Speaker 6 (35:44):
Of beauty in that, right. Oh yeah, because I like
to travel, you know, so it's nice to be like, Okay,
I could be gone for like three days and like
not have to worry about him at all. You know,
I have his like dry food onto like a like
blue to its feeder. You know, he's got his like
litter robot thing that, like it's this litter for him
every time. So I can be gone for like a
few days, you know, and that's nice because I'll have

(36:06):
somebody like come cats in and it's like, oh, just
give him his wet food and play with him rather
than like come over clean his litter, do this, do that?

Speaker 3 (36:13):
Do you know?

Speaker 6 (36:14):
It's like not just complain with him. It's pretty easy
to get cat sitters that way. Where do you look
to travel? Highest thing on my to do list right
now is like all the domestic trips that I still
haven't gone yet too, you know, Like I think number
one on my list is New Orleans, Okay, yeah, yeah,
because also I want to do like the party cities
that like I before I get older and I get

(36:36):
like the hangovers are that much worse, you know, or
stuff like that like I kind of want to do
it while I'm still young and want to be doing
like where I can stay out to like two am,
you know.

Speaker 3 (36:46):
Yeah.

Speaker 6 (36:46):
Yeah, because even now it's even like getting kind of
a stretch, you know. I'm like at the bar and
it's like one, and I'm like, all right, I gotta
go home. But I love Mexico City a lot too.
I'll just go like for my birth every year, and
like I'll invite friends and if if you can make
it great, you know, I'll get a bigger airbnb. But
if nobody can, I'm like I'm still gonna go.

Speaker 8 (37:09):
Yeah, that's cool. Yeah, I haven't been to Mexa City
since I was little. My friends and I cargo to
is Tuloom apparently every year at least. But after that
trip is like our cat nicker reset, right, because it's
a lot of partying.

Speaker 6 (37:22):
Which is party also not not as cheap as other
places in Mexico too, so it's like what it was.
We're like, Okay, I'm actually spending like American amounts of
money when I'm here.

Speaker 3 (37:33):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (37:38):
Well wow, wow wow. I hope those sweeties hit it off.
Find us back here next.

Speaker 2 (37:44):
Week as Leleanna and I make some more matches. Good
work today, I wanted that.

Speaker 1 (37:50):
Oh we did good. I like what I'm looking at.
Date My Away.

Speaker 5 (37:56):
The First is a production from WV Sound and I
Heard Media's Mikutura podcast network, hosted by me Vico ortis
joined by the fabulous Leanna Montenegro bait My Houri. The
First is produced by Leo Clem, Nico Raquel, and Sophie
Spencer Zavos. Our executive producers are Wilmer Valderrama, Leo Clem,
and Nico Raguel w V Sound. This episode was edited

(38:19):
by Sean Tracy and Nico Raquel. This episode features original
music by Gabe Lopez and Alvaro Morello. Special thanks to
our team of cupids at w V Entertainment. Special things
also to our hopeful romantics this week, Guy Oscar Arturo
and Jordan.

Speaker 2 (38:36):
Additional thanks to Salt and Line Media.

Speaker 5 (38:39):
For more podcasts from iHeart, visit the iHeartRadio app, Apple Podcasts,
or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

Speaker 2 (38:46):
See you next.

Speaker 5 (38:46):
Week, and in the meantime, don't do anything Hourlita wouldn't do.

Speaker 1 (38:51):
Just do it better, Besitos
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