Right may be a person that you never thought you could fall in love with."Love lessons she's learned from working on the show: (1) Make eye contact.
Looking into someone's eyes can tell you a lot about a person and eye contact can help build trust.
While most of my girlfriends have never (knowingly) dated the same guy as 25 of their friends, the dating scene and the crazy roommate issues are all a chapter out of our own lives.
Being the smart women that we are, watching the show is basically a crash course in dating—more of what do, but a great way to learn some love lessons nonetheless.
But since the role of producer is often veiled in mystery, I caught up with four of the women who make our Monday nights so much fun to get the inside scoop on what they do and find out what dating wisdom they've gleaned from giving us the best two hours of entertainment currently on television (#Emmy Snub).
Megan Araujo, 28: Segment Producer One of the geniuses responsible for conceiving, planning, and filming the dates (clearly a helicopter and rappelling-off-the-side-of-a-building enthusiast), Megan is somewhat of a romance master (um, can she plan my next anniversary dinner, please? She's worked on the show for four years and 12 seasons and got her own love story out of it—her fiancé also works on the show!
Megan Firestone, 29: Cast Producer Having worked on the show since Desiree's season, Megan considers many cast members close friends now after serving as their confidante during their time on the show, away from their typical support groups of family and friends.