Allison apollo baver dating ohno
She says yes—though probably not because she loves Tommy, but because dear god, who wants to be single in their forties?!Even-tempered and peace loving, he is not easily ruffled and is rarely given to emotional displays.
Single women in their forties are allowed to be smiley and happy, dammit!Listen up, women in relationships: being dominant is okay, according to Patti. The pair goes paddle boating and literally talks about nothing, except every so often Todd speaks up to mention how irritating it’d be to date him. After their trip to the skating rink, it’s time for Allison to try one of Tommy’s past-times: pole-dancing, obviously.Biologically, men need to hunt, fish and call the shots in the family, she says. Anyway, Devin meets with her three potential matches: Arron, who’s starting an organic margarita business; Todd, literally the most boring man who’s ever lived; and Dan, who I’m pretty sure IS ACTUALLY STEVE CARELL. As Tommy looks on (no doubt longing to feel the cool firmness of the pole sliding through his legs just once more), Allison discovers that pole-dancing is actually “very hard, very performance-driven, and is very artistic and beautiful.” obvious that Todd isn’t remotely interested in pursuing this relationship; he tells Devin how annoying his kid can be, and that she probably wouldn’t want to make time for him in her life. For her preliminary meeting with Devin, Patti goes to Devin’s apartment, where Devin’s latest cookbook is conveniently propped up on a mini-easel, its glossy cover radiating in the background of every shot.
I also think she has a new cookbook, so my guess is, like every goddamn “celebrity” on this show, she needs a little publicity-a-la-Patti.
Because there’s no way she’s Next up is something I haven’t seen before. Allison says she wants to be with Tommy, but there’s something in his past she can’t get over. Patti meets Allison and Tommy for brunch, and learns the truth: Tommy used to be an exotic dancer.