Three men were sent home from the Making Mr. Right house in the second episode of the VH1 reality series. Milton resident Alex Hall survived the cut.
The series follows a show within a show format. Hall, 24, and the other 13 men on the show believe they signed up for a program called Match Me If You Can, where they expected to be set up by matchmaker April Beyer.
Three single women, posing as Beyer’s matchmaking colleagues, are actually grooming the unknowing men to be their “Mr. Right.”
The show airs Sundays at 9 p.m. and premiered January 6.
Before this episode’s Casino Night, which allowed the contestants to mingle with single women, the guys were split into teams. While some guys got style makeovers, Rachel, one of the three faux matchmakers, took Kyle and Teddy, identified on the show as Mr. Stubborn, to a hair salon.
Kyle got a bit of a trim and some color, transforming him from what Rachel called a “Sonic the Hedgehog” look to a more clean-cut style.
The long-haired Teddy was resistant to the style advice, agreeing to only a short trim. He was ultimately sent home, saving Milton’s potential Mr. Right from elimination.
To view the first two episodes and bonus footage or to learn more about Making Mr. Right, visit http://www.vh1.com/shows/making_mr_right/series.jhtml.