The Pickup Artist, Episode 4

I was bored by this episode. Maybe it was because I was watching it on my iPod while stuck in traffic going over to my buddies house in the East Bay during rush hour, maybe it was just not as exciting as past episodes. This post is as proportionally short as I was excited about this episode.

Neat. They got to kiss a girl. They did make a really good point though: Kissing Is Important.

I have gone out with girls because they were good kissers, and I have been turned off by girls that were bad kissers. It is a very important skill. Watch the episode to learn more, they actually did a pretty good job of teaching this. It was sexy and fun too.

I was disappointed by the elimination. Scott was working really hard to learn this stuff, and he was showing some improvement. He was very eager, and really wanted it. Granted, he isn’t that socially savvy, but he can learn that. I hope he continued on this path after the show was over.

I can see why they kept Pradeep (sp?), because he acts like a prick, and this creates drama, which makes the show more exciting, which means better ratings. Mystery made the right decision for the success of his show.

Sorry, Scott. You’ve got to be more dramatic. Your good nature and positive attitude won’t get you ahead in this world.

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    2 thoughts on “The Pickup Artist, Episode 4

    1. Ninjamaster

      your site came up on a search. hi.

      i noticed one key word on your site: “manhood”….

      that’s what i teach over at Manhood101.com (free site)

      i’ve read some of your blog here and agree with a little bit of the logistics, but not the principles.. i think you need a better understanding of ‘manhood’

    2. sean

      Thanks for pointing out your site. It was hard to understand what you are all about and where you are coming from though. I tried to read a few of your articles, but they were a bit unclear.

      I am pretty sure that I prefer my version of manhood to yours though. I guess we’ll have to agree to disagree. As long as we are both content with our life it’s all good.

      Thanks for reading my blog, and good luck with your relationships with, as you put it, “women and bitches”.

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