Contestant Goes TOO FAR in “Never Have I Ever” Game – 5 Guys A Week (S1, E5) | Lifetime

Five bachelors play a game of “Never Have I Ever” with their dream woman, 25-year-old Sydney, and then an axe-throwing competition breaks out to prove they’re worthy of her heart in this clip from Season 1, Episode 5, “Sydney.”

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One adventurous single woman invites five eligible bachelors to move in with her for a week to see who is “The One.”

In this provocative new social experiment, one adventurous single woman invites five eligible bachelors to move in with her for a week to see who is “The One.” While living in cramped quarters, sharing a bathroom, and dividing up the housework, these men will need to be on their best behavior or miss out on the possibility of true love.

Over the week, viewers will have a front row seat as more than 20 cameras capture 24/7 all the laughs, drama, and shocking twists…but above all else, the romance. Our leading lady will lean on her friends and family for their advice as she eliminates one man at a time, but in the end it will be up to her to decide who gets her heart.

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