Looks like everything Tailor suffered through for his woman--destroying his previous marriage, getting smacked around by Buddha, standing up all night in New York's backyard for no good reason, having his flower delivery intercepted by It, spitting on Mr. Wise, squandering untold hundreds of dollars on Manolos and La Perla skivvies--finally paid off. That's love, I guess. So congrats to the happy, if somewhat mismatched, couple.
Of course, regular ILNY viewers (like myself, natch) probably got deja vu during last night's final five minutes, vividly recalling how in season 1 Tiffany chose the marshmallow-soft, butt-kissing, marriage-minded, diamond-ring-brandishing bachelor (Tango) over the fiery, trainwrecky one (Chance)...only to be dumped unceremoniously on the reunion show by Tango a few weeks later. D'oh!
Well, we'll have to wait for the I Love New York 2 reunion on January 6 (January 6???? that's THREE WEEKS away!) to see if New York and Tailor Made can make it in the real world (which is NOT the same thing as the reality-TV world), or, well, if there's going to be a season of I Love New York 3. As far as I can recall, New York didn't make any snide comments about Tailor's mama this season, so she might still be on his good side...but then again, those comments about his hairplugs might be a dealbreaker. We shall see if Tailor still has love for New York now that all this season's scandalous episodes have aired.
In the meantime, please feel free to spend the next three weeks hashing out the ongoing Buddha-versus-Tailor debate on the messageboard below.
- New York