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Reality TV World: What were the reactions of your friends and family when they found out you were doing the show?
Did anyone have an especially strong response, whether positive or negative?
Molly Duff: I think in a normal marriage, attraction is absolutely necessary for a long lasting relationship.
In the beginning, is not a normal marriage and for that reason, not being attracted to someone right off the bat should not be a deal breaker.
I am a strong believer that attraction can grow with time as long as the other parts of a marriage are working.
Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner are the perfect example of this.
Reality TV World: What were your fears when beginning the process, other than the obvious prospect of getting divorced?
This idea alone was more than what I was finding in Boston.Show Updates People News Spoiler News Entertainment News Reality TVDB POP Hollywood Reality TV News Wire Features & Interviews Sexy Social Pics of the Day Things to Know Profiles Message Boards Shows Listing Molly, a 25-year-old commercial insurance adjuster, will be shown exchanging vows with Jonathan Francetic, a 28-year-old U. Army veteran and former financial associate, immediately after meeting each other for the first time.The rest of the season will show the couple honeymooning, moving in together, and ultimately deciding whether they'd like to stay together after the show or get a divorce.Did the outcome of previous seasons affect the faith or trust you had in the experts to match you with the right person?Molly Duff: Even with the low success rate of previous seasons, the couples were still matched with someone that shared many commonalities and interests.