Dating my ex jo and slade
Some strong sexual innuendo, including mild references to male genitalia (like "sausage fests"). Parents need to know that this reality dating show -- which follows former The Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Jo De La Rosa as she tries to find romance after breaking up with ex-fiancé Slade Smiley -- includes some sexist comments and other iffy language ("crap," "douche bag").There's also lots of sexual innuendo (including seeing Jo in her scanty underwear) and alcohol consumption.original cast member Jo De La Rosa is living a surprisingly normal existence in Los Angeles where she works at a marketing and advertising company.Although her life has taken quite a few twists and turns to get there. By 2008, Jo was following her dreams of being a recording artist and released an album, , which followed Jo as she dated a group of men who shared a house with Slade.
The series answers the question, "can exes be friends? It is focused on the dating life of Jo De La Rosa, a former cast member on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
" /While this is a dating show, it definitely plays up the dysfunctional relationship between Jo and Slade.
Jo lets Slade have some control over her love life; Slade exhibits some very jealous behavior that leads to sabotage.
Every day, one of Jo's friends delivers to her house a red and white polka dot box containing a note and a clue hinting at the day's events.
Each of the three guys takes Jo out on a unique date, close to his own heart.