I Love Money

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  • 2008
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.1  (898)

I Love Money is an original reality show broadcast on VHI, starring handpicked contestants from previous VH1 shows sporting unique pseudonyms like "Tailor Made", "Hoopz" and "Whiteboy", among others. The show cashes in on the appeal of past reality stars to create entertaining dysfunction and backstabbing that only twenty-somethings and a metric ton of alcohol can bring. 4 total seasons of the show were produced but only 3 were aired due to a controversy involving one of the male contestants slated to appear on Season 3. The show features the typical format of predecessors such as Road Rules or Big Brother where contestants compete for a purse of money, carrying out absurd and risque' challenges such as "The Stripper Pole of Doom!", where the last contestant to remain on their respective stripper pole wins the challenge and immunity from elimination. Given the line of work of a healthy number of contestants on the show, the potential for this particular challenge to become a marathon is entirely plausible. Bring a lunch. Adding another layer of debauchery to the show, and let's be honest, the reason a lot of us will tune in, is the fact that the contestants all live in the same house while filming. This arrangement leads to some situations that would make a frat-house blush. Hookups are a common occurrence, and claws are constantly out and at the ready. The crop of reality show veterans that VH1 has cultivated and showcased on this show do not disappoint, and give VH1 censor's a reason to go home and drink at night. Blurred out bodies are so common that you'd think you've suddenly developed cataracts. I Love Money is a lighthearted, competitive reality show that delivers on its promise of beautiful people sometimes doing some not so beautiful things to win a big old bag of money. This alcohol fueled, competitive social experiment is fun to watch for the rubbernecker in all of us; definitely an all around good time.

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Seasons
The Final Race
12. The Final Race
December 1, 2010
The final episode will see one last person to win the contest and the money. Who will be the lucky one?
Eat Your Heart Out
11. Eat Your Heart Out
November 24, 2010
After elimination everyone is sitting down together celebrating that they made it into the top 6, except for Mindy who is still angry at the fact that at elimination Hot Wings said she could kill her. They end up having a huge fight about it and are no longer in an alliance.
A Date With Destiny
10. A Date With Destiny
November 17, 2010
Francisco and Punisher go head-to-head to find out who will go home first. Meanwhile, Hot Wings and Mindy's alliance crumbles apart when both of their checks are put in the strong box.
Dealing with the Devil
9. Dealing with the Devil
November 10, 2010
Due to the shock of Sassy's elimination the girls are very sad as now they are not in control of the game and Punishers alliance is. Hot Wings especially fears as she becomes the next target of the male alliance. When they get to the site of their challenge they see stripper polls hanging up in the air.
It's a Man's World, You're Just a Visitor in It
8. It's a Man's World, You're Just a Visitor in It
November 3, 2010
With Blonde Baller eliminated, Sassy becomes the next target of the male alliance. The girls plan to take a strong male out of the competition. But, when two "Daisy of Love" rivals face off, they may not need a plan after all.
Battle of the Blonde Backstabber
7. Battle of the Blonde Backstabber
October 26, 2010
In the morning, Craig tells the contestants there are no more teams and that they will be competing as individuals from here on out, and then they are given different colour tops to wear. Blonde Baller has huge target on her back as the male alliance wants her out. Sassy tries to help out Blonde Baller to take the target off her back and get rid of Punisher.
Millionaires Making Moves
6. Millionaires Making Moves
October 19, 2010
As the Gold Team continues there winning streak, Punisher, Francisco and Garth get Feisty to turn on her whole team to save themselves once again. When Feisty thinks she's in the clear to stay, things change when Mindy tries to persuade Garth otherwise.
It's All Part of the Game
5. It's All Part of the Game
October 12, 2010
The Punisher starts to take control of the house and plans to take out Chi Chi and Francisco outl. Craig picks out the team captains, The green team's captain is 6 Gauge, The Gold team's captain is Punisher.
Tequila Girls Gone Wild
4. Tequila Girls Gone Wild
October 5, 2010
After they come back from elimination, Sassy and Hot Wings sort things out and she explains why she sent Alex home. In the morning, Craig chooses the two people who will be captains from the bag and the Green team captain is Marcia, the Gold team captain is Brooklyn.
Bedlam
3. Bedlam
September 29, 2010
As Punisher becomes top dog in the house, the girls form a "Flower Power" alliance to try and throw out all of the strong male contestants. But, tensions rise at elimination when Sassy deliberates looking out for herself or looking out for her team.
Bermuda Love Triangle
2. Bermuda Love Triangle
September 22, 2010
The 16 remaining contestants compete in the "Taste My Kiss" challenge. Meanwhile Chi Chi, Brittanya and 20 Pack are tangled in a love triangle and the end result sends shock waves through the house.
Game On!
1. Game On!
September 15, 2010
18 contestants from various "of Love" shows, arrive in Manzanillo, Mexico to compete on the fourth season. Alliances are formed and the backstabbing begins as two money lovers are sent packing on the first night. Their first challenge is called the "Safe Cracker" it involves the contestants competing in their own sex to spin around a gear which is on top of a safe until it opens...
Description

I Love Money is an original reality show broadcast on VHI, starring handpicked contestants from previous VH1 shows sporting unique pseudonyms like "Tailor Made", "Hoopz" and "Whiteboy", among others. The show cashes in on the appeal of past reality stars to create entertaining dysfunction and backstabbing that only twenty-somethings and a metric ton of alcohol can bring. 4 total seasons of the show were produced but only 3 were aired due to a controversy involving one of the male contestants slated to appear on Season 3.

The show features the typical format of predecessors such as Road Rules or Big Brother where contestants compete for a purse of money, carrying out absurd and risque' challenges such as "The Stripper Pole of Doom!", where the last contestant to remain on their respective stripper pole wins the challenge and immunity from elimination. Given the line of work of a healthy number of contestants on the show, the potential for this particular challenge to become a marathon is entirely plausible. Bring a lunch.

Adding another layer of debauchery to the show, and let's be honest, the reason a lot of us will tune in, is the fact that the contestants all live in the same house while filming. This arrangement leads to some situations that would make a frat-house blush. Hookups are a common occurrence, and claws are constantly out and at the ready. The crop of reality show veterans that VH1 has cultivated and showcased on this show do not disappoint, and give VH1 censor's a reason to go home and drink at night. Blurred out bodies are so common that you'd think you've suddenly developed cataracts.

I Love Money is a lighthearted, competitive reality show that delivers on its promise of beautiful people sometimes doing some not so beautiful things to win a big old bag of money. This alcohol fueled, competitive social experiment is fun to watch for the rubbernecker in all of us; definitely an all around good time.

I Love Money is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (49 episodes). The series first aired on July 6, 2008.

Where to Watch I Love Money

I Love Money is available for streaming on the VH1 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch I Love Money on demand at and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    July 6, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    6.1  (898)