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So keep an eye on these five once things start getting out and see how they act on this show. -It’s been hinted at by Robert Mills numerous times in his radio show on EW the last couple months, but I can confirm that Evan and Carly are getting married in Paradise this summer.Don’t know the exact date but it will happen towards the end of filming.So you’ll see tons of comings and goings over the next few weeks since close to 30 or so contestants will appear at some point or another on the show.Then some will just pretend they are going because they have nothing better to do and they want people speculating about them.Then there’s a third group of people who will be flying down there who won’t be on the actual Paradise show, which I’ll explain in a second.But here’s everything I’ve been able to gather over the last month or so in regards to who will be appearing, who won’t, etc.Barley, an unconventional character who doesn't respond well to authority, finds himself in a game more complex than he first thought when he digs into the origin of the notebooks. Some people don't like my metaphors; I don't know why, but... On the down side the writing assumes too much in expecting the audience to stay on top of the espionage jargon and intrigue, added to the non-linear plot.

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