Matt's date got wet and wild in the worst way. You probably want to hold off on the insults until at least the second date.
Bryce's complete lack of engagement or interest in her date made it super awkward. Which was a shame, because it looked super romantic.
Furniture shopping doesn't exactly scream romance to us, and it didn't seem to win over David's date either.
This poor girl had no idea what she was getting into when she was selected by Jason. It must have been hard to have much conversation between all the sake bombs. And nothing says romance like having a crowd of dudes encouraging you to make out with their bro.
Beth played an interesting card when she brought along her gay best friend on her date. While it may have been fabulous for her, it didn't exactly sit well with her date.
Stacy didn't go very deep during her deep sea adventure with her date.
The infamous embryo date... David really didn't help lessen his creepy factor by foisting embryos in a glass on his unsuspecting date.
We have a winner! By far the biggest train wreck of the season was Robin's date with gold digger Luke. That whole "Ducati, Maserati" thing still haunts us. Last time we checked Patti wasn't running an escort service.
"The Lingerie Script"... What exactly was it about, and why would Stacy think watching a film of herself would be a good first date activity? We'll file this under "Unsolved Matchmaker Mysteries."
Poor Freddie just wanted to avoid gold diggers! Instead he got a date who googled him and confronted him about rumors he didn't pay his child support. Also re-enacting your high school cheer leading career may not be the best way to sell yourself on a date.