'Love Island': a beginner's guide to the sexy UK reality show shooting in SA
'The Bachelor' meets 'Big Brother' in this strangely addictive series, explains Paula Stephanie Andropoulos
The Bachelor and Big Brother had a baby, and it's grown up in the UK. It has a penchant for partial nudity, and a talent for coining crass neologisms that find their way into the common lexicon, much to the disdain of common sense ("He's made me look a right mug, he has.")
Think: Neon. Augmentation. Unintelligible accents in orchestra. This is Love Island, and you shouldn't watch it with your granny...