Apparently this chick is engaged to a man she’s never met.

MTV’s “Catfish” is back on June 25th and from the looks of the clip below, people still haven’t learned from the previous season.

A) You’ve been “dating” someone for 8 years “online” and never met?

B) You gave your bank account information to someone you’ve never met?

C) You’re engaged to someone you’ve never met?

My brain is about to explode.  I can’t wait to see how these scenarios unfold! But has there ever been a happy ending to a “Catfish” episode?


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  • Shayla

    there were a couple happy endings. the show really just proves that someone can claim to not care about looks all they want but as a society we are a lot more shallow then we allow ourselves to believe
    like the people on there are barely even upset about the months (sometimes years) of lies. they’re upset that the person doesn’t look like the beautiful blonde girl/muscly black guy/adorable blue eyed handsome man they thought they were

    if they actually looked like that and some comely dorky friend with an awesome personality was doing all the correspondence for them because Sexy Mc8Abshad the personality of a tube sock and just couldn’t converse for themselves i bet the person being catfished would be a bit more inclined to forgive the deceit.

  • SMH @ ‘reality TV’

  • BrownandBeautiful

    I love this show! Can’t wait for the new season.

    I have to admit: back when I was 14 years old in 2003, I met a 17-year-old guy online and was talking to him until about 2007. He sent pictures of what he looked like, but we never met in person. We’ve never even web-chatted. Back then, I thought I loved him and that he loved me. He and I fell out of contact back in 2007.

    Fast-forward to 2012/2013, and a show like “Catfish” premieres, and I’m grown now, sitting and watching the show, thinking: “Oh my GOD. What if I was being ‘catfished’ for three years back when I was a teenager?!”

    Looking back on it, how I felt about that guy was obviously stupid. He could’ve been a predator, or a woman, or a group of teenage girls! But I was 14, so I chalk it up to being young and dumb. Back then, I had just got a computer and didn’t think people lied online because I never did. Being grown, I know better. When I look at the people on the show and how they fell in love with someone online that they never met, I think back to what I did as kid. But the difference between me and the people on the show is that, I was a kid; the people on “Catfish” are grown falling in love with strangers. That’s just sad.

    But mistakes are mistakes. And it’s one of my more embarrassing mistakes. In fact, no one I know knows. I’m considering taking it to the grave actually.

  • I’m excited at the return of Catfish. Max and Nev are great
    Sure, there is lots of sensation, but it’s a tv show that requires ratings. And it really does show that real people are looking for love, but are just scared because of normal insecurities and the shallow nature of the dating game.