Wake up. Work out. Train. Go home. Shower. Rest. Go out. And then repeat.
This is the life Hannah leads, and while it may appear that Hannah's grueling schedule has absolutely no room for a +1, she is accepting applications to find the man of her dreams on Prospects.
While Hannah was the leading lady, it was quite apparent who was taking the lead - her manager Emily. She's willing to get her hands dirty to help her friend, and hopes these guys are too since, well - "girly" man hands are a no-no. (whatever that means). Consider this a warning to any man with "girly" hands that looks like a "peasant" -steer clear of this feisty one. Host Alex admits he's "a little nervous for these prospects, these girls are vicious."
First victim of the day was Dan, an actor - much to the chagrin of Emily. "He should be chasing the money, not his dreams!" said the personal trainer. Dan's major faux pas was asking Hannah, "How much do you bench?" Clearly a cringe-worthy moment. But also cringe-worthy was their generic back and forth conversation. The lack of chemistry was apparent, so Emily did us viewers a favor and helped us move on to the next victim.
Next up was Kyle, who won't feel good about re-watching this episode when he realizes he was chosen as a dare by Emily. Kyle tried to work his charm, and went as far as to even give Hannah a custom Mets jersey. But she made the executive decision of ending the date on her own while her manager Emily actually ran off to hunt down better prospects.
Emily darted off to the Delta Lounge to find Will, a guy who you can't determine whether he is amused or unamused by Emily's proposal of joining this dating show. And while she bribes him with shots to come on the show, Will agrees, and may have had one too many shots already by the time he encounters Hannah.
Lost in the shuffle was poor Andrew, who seemed beyond confused that he was replaced on his date, even wondering if that meant he was getting kicked out of Citi Field. Perhaps Andrew was the one who dodged a bullet staying on the bench rather than meeting a girl who let's be real, probably does bench more than him.
Thanks to Emily, this turned into a non-traditional Prospects episode. "I don't like these people, this is has for sure been my least favorite episode so far," says Alex hilariously - standing right in front of the girls and the fresh off-the-street, shot-loving winner, Will. We may have to disagree with Alex, simply for fear of getting on Emily's bad side.