Tonight, the television show that everyone denies watching, yet continues to achieve curiously high ratings, has finally returned to our screens. And goodness, it was everything a coupla’ feminists-on-a-break could have ever dreamed of.
We begin with an introduction to the ‘experiment’, which constitutes ‘science’ about as much as the time we did research on mice in Year 9, which we ruined by giving them far too much affection and food, to the point where they could no longer learn anything. But it didn’t matter because they were verrry cute.
Literally, our completely flawed high school science assignments have more credibility than whatever happened on TV tonight.
But Married At First Sight is INTENT on making us believe this is REAL SCIENCE with equipment and shit. So we cut to a laboratory of some description, where there are a) test tubes b) chemicals c) brain imaging d) electrodes and e) wires.
At no point is it explained how or why any of this equipment is being used, and we just think that such a lab would be much better used trying to cure cancer or something.