These are five women — Kiesha, Melissa, Megan, Shana and Rachel — who are pregnant and not going to marry the Baby Daddy.
Megan says conception came after a “Taco Tuesday” party and involved alcohol.
"Pregnant and Dating” turns out to be different than you might think, which is at first reassuring and in the end a little sad.
Maybe because of the image of reality TV these days, the title has a vaguely sensational ring, like it will be selling sex or voyeurism. These aren’t the silly women of the “housewives” franchise.
Each man would get 60 seconds to make his case, and the girls had the chance to, essentially, swipe right or left.
If two women chose the same guy, he got to pick between them—turning the tables and giving us the drama we craved oh, so much.
Daddy would like a role in the baby’s life, right up until Megan tells him, “The baby will know who you are and that’s it.” We follow the women on several dates, and can expect to see more.
But while the show doubtless would love to sell suggestive encounters, these women’s real focus is less on the exotic pleasures of dating while pregnant than on the pressure of being pregnant and single.Meanwhile, Piper and Phoebe are organizing a surprise party for Prue's birthday and Phoebe works as a psychic in the lobby of a hotel to earn money and buy a gift for Prue.When Phoebe foresees the death of one guest, she tries to save his life.They all want someone to share what’s coming, though they couch it in different terms.Shana, for instance, says she isn’t married because she has “commitment-phobia.” Now, with the biggest commitment of her life about to arrive, that may feel like a luxury.They discover that Wong hid documents on Mark's body to fool the police into thinking it was he who had died.