With your hand on your heart and answer honestly: If we were to publish here a wedding column that has already been published, a thought that deals with another episode that has already been broadcast, would you really have noticed the difference?
How different are the episodes this season from each other?
What's the point in continuing to watch, when we know in advance that it will all come down to a bunch of people mostly trying to pass 42 days and run to load up on Tinder?
And where the hell is hair?
In what series do you know the main character of such a dominant expert just disappears in one day?
So what did we have in the episode "The Revolutions Last," as it is called in slight exaggeration?
Because come on, Mano and Nitzan agree they are on neutral this is not exactly news that needs a dramatic announcement by Haim Yavin.
Well, Einat and Liron, the kind but uninteresting couple, ate together and literally talked, as Yael instructed them.
Yael's suggestion that they talk about the past was Porsche by Einat as the modern version of a slide evening from the trip to Europe, a Passover evening selfie with a friend and photos from performances by Ed Sheeran and Adele.
There is no doubt that Liron knows you better now.
Liron, for his part, told her that he plans to do an MBA, relocation abroad and a waste of all his fortune on raising between four and five children in the moshav. .
Liron and Einat.
Five children, Photo: Keshet 12
And meanwhile, after recreating scenes from "Grease" on New Year's Eve, Danny and two sing Tupac songs on the way to the desert.
Maybe you can meet them with Shay and Hadas, another couple that doesn't really happen, but at least an episode of "Carpool Karaoke" will come out of it.
"There's magic in the air here," Shani compliments the arid mountainous landscape that surrounds her.
"There's nothing here," Danny responds.
Shani and Danny.
Finally something moves, Photo: Keshet 12
At least between these two it is clear that some intimacy is beginning to form, even if Danny's answer to Shani's question if he regrets coming to my wedding has not really been answered (and the "what did you learn from me?" Question also got the answer "a lot of things" without polo).
In conclusion, the two hugged by a fire to the sounds of Zehava Ben, kissed in a paddle and concluded that Danny was afraid to fall in love.
As written here earlier, Nitzan and Mano also open up to each other and agree that not much happens between them.
"She's a great partner," says Mano (a cleaning partner who pulls tobacco leftovers from the couch, finished-finished) to Yael, and the two talk about it in the office, sorry, on Mano's smoking porch.
In terms of touch and intimacy there is no doubt that these two are not there yet, but at least they are cute and pretty, which is already nice, and in the end they agree that Nitzan is afraid to open up or fall in love.
And of course there are also Itamar and Karin.
Itamar jumps to visit Yael after four days of isolation and fun, and reveals to her that he does not fall in love with Karin at all.
Karin is also not who knows what opens up to him, probably after he preferred to spend four days alone at home (Itamar loves home), in the company of a wall, bread and boiled fish.
Itamar and Karin.
Bassa that ended the isolation, Photo: Keshet 12
Shortly before they decide to return to Itamar's tiny apartment and try again to make this relationship something that is not a facade in front of cameras, they decide that it is difficult for both of them to fall in love.