Haha excellent! Why do I never get ads like that? Because I use my home computer for work many of my ads are VERY confused about my likes and dislikes (currently facebook dating ads think I'm both a gay man, a lesbian and Jewish...I'm none of these things....)
I wish my Facebook was that clever... I am all three!
The problem with that is, the person who gets another date, it the person who talks the least... so therefore surely it is the worse date? Maybe it would be better if you had to spend the interval with the first one and the bit after the show with the other so you at least see if they can communicate? (Although as you implied, if they talk in the actual show they don't get another date)
The main focus of the original thread was that the ensemble were tired and the show was sloppy, and he merely said that a line flub added to the messiness of the show, so it was a massive over reaction, and to me it says more about his massive self importance that he ranted about a reviewer who said that he was 'fine and enjoyable' but negated to defend his cast mates who the poster thought should 'be fired and made to reaudition for their roles'! I have lost any respect I had for him as a person over this matter, and for the record, the 'critic in question' is nice and posts sensible observations about shows he has seen giving fair review, rather than dripping vitriol from their lips!
If they are complaining, then maybe they should spend more time practicing and auditioning and less time complaining on facebook. This woman didn't get a free ride because she is a household name and will sell the producers millions of tickets, she got the role because she is phenomenal at performing and I haven't heard anything but rave reviews from anyone who has seen her live. She might not be english, but surely the paying public deserve the person who is best in the role, and not the person who is most english!