Well, I’m asking
you on a date. – Ha.
– [LAUGHS] Ha. Ha– that was– I mean, yeah.
– OK. And we going to do that. Let’s do that. Hi, I’m Tracy McMillan
from “Family or Fiancé,” and I’m here to
take a look at these singles in “Ready to
Love,” their body language, their chemistry. What’s going on here? We’re going to have a look. [MUSIC PLAYING] Been single for a long time. And so I’ve been
neglecting this, really trying to get serious,
really trying to make a connection with someone. – Can I join you guys?
– Sure. Sure, yeah. And maybe some water. I think the
bartender left, huh? It’s the end of
the brunch, and I still have not talked to Brent,
who I was feeling initially. So I’m just going to take the
wheel, because he obviously need a driver sometimes. So hi, Brent. I didn’t get to
talk to you today. –Ms. Ieasha. So how did you enjoy
yourself yesterday? It was definitely
overwhelming. It was definitely
overwhelming. You got any dates set up? Not yet. Really? Wait, nah, nah. Quit lying.
– I haven’t. I haven’t. I haven’t– Well, I’m asking
you on a date. – Ha.
– [LAUGHS] – Ha.
– Ha. That was– I mean, yeah. – OK.
– And we going to do that. Let’s do that. So he seems like
he’s genuinely trying to make a connection with Andi. And she’s clearly not
happy when Ieasha joins. And he actually isn’t
totally happy with it either. He puts his hand up, because he
was enjoying the conversation he was having with Andi. So on Andi’s face,
you see a lot of what are called microexpressions. Those are those fleeting,
split-second facial expressions that communicate what a
person is really feeling. So what you see with
Ieasha is that she has a lot of really
flirty body movement, like in her shoulders. Brent seems very surprised at
how forward Ieasha’s being. I’m not totally sure
he likes the fact that she’s asking him out. But he’s willing to
go along with it. Now I would say,
in a relationship, oftentimes there’s one
person who wants to chose and one person who
wants to be chosen. Right now, Ieasha has moved
into the position of doing the choosing, and I’m
not sure, from the way he’s responding, that Brent
likes that or is responding. He wants to be the person
who’s doing the choosing. So you got two people who are
trying to do the choosing, and they’re going to
run into conflict.