There are many mysteries when it comes to reality TV.
Fans wait and watch each week to see if their favorite will be kicked off, have meltdown, or fall in love.
And this couldn’t be truer for one of the most popular dating shows, .
While getting engaged to a complete stranger certainly is difficult to navigate, we couldn’t help but wonder about all the logistics that go into flying a cast and crew all over the world.
), the show actually goes to great lengths to make sure people behave.
“There are low-level producers that would stand guard outside of the hotel room,” revealed Sean.
We see ugly people too, but they're not the main actors.
The dates are really extravagant, so you get to experience the culture and the city, but not like you would if you’re backpacking.” because we explored every city we went to, so it really felt like you were traveling,” he said.
While there’s been the occasional unplanned rendezvous (remember Season 16’s Courtney Robertson and Ben Flajnik’s Puerto Rico ocean romp?
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