Why THTH Fans Shouldn't Be Surprised Harry Had Secret Flings

Harry Jowsey from Too Hot To Handle had a few secret flings in between when he was dating Francesca Farago. Fans shouldn't be surprised.

Why THTH Fans Shouldn't Be Surprised Harry Had Secret Flings

Harry Jowsey from Too Hot To Handle had a few secret flings in between when he was dating Francesca Farago. Fans shouldn't be surprised.

Before coupling up with Francecsa, Harry was an unapologetic playboy, like the rest of the cast. The Australian seemed more intent on having a physical relationship than an emotional one. Even after Lana revealed the rules, Harry still insisted in having sex with Francesca. They did anyways, and then they talked about continuing their relationship after the show. It would be difficult because Francesca lives in Vancouver and Harry was living in Australia. He has since moved to Los Angeles, but not before they faced some challenges. During the time that they were broken up, Harry was linked to Madison Wyborny and also dated a woman who was on Australia's Next Top Model. She looked eerily similar to Francesca.

Related: Too Hot To Handle: Francesca Farago Interview

We shouldn't be too surprised that Harry was secretly dating at least one other women while he and Francesca had split. Everyone was brought to the retreat to quell some of their physical urges, but Lana's magic didn't work as well as she would have liked. Harry clearly still valued physical intimacy, even though he found something he wasn't necessarily looking for when he stepped foot on the retreat.

It's hard to blame Harry for dating someone else while he and Francesca had agreed to take time apart. It's not in his nature to be without a woman for too long. Fortunately, Francesca forgave him and they are on track to be married in the future. That's quite astounding, considering where these two started.

It isn't clear how serious Harry's other relationship was with the other woman when Francesca and him had broken up. The contestants spoke in the reunion about how much they had grown on the show, but we know that Harry and Francesca have grown plenty in the time since they were on the show. Francesca told me shortly after Too Hot To Handle was done filming that their relationship had been a "massive test." Against the odds, they have passed the test thus far, staying together during quarantine and even talking about a wedding. It would be a massive success for Too Hot To Handle if one of the couples from the show not only stayed together and got engaged, but they actually made it down the aisle to say their "I dos."

Next: Too Hot To Handle: Contestants Who Showed the Most Personal Growth

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Dwarf Fortress Is Getting Non-ASCII Art and Looks So Much Better

After 18 long years of arcane text-based visuals, Dwarf Fortress is at last one step closer to being updated with proper tile graphics.

Dwarf Fortress Is Getting Non-ASCII Art and Looks So Much Better

One of the most complex video games ever made, Dwarf Fortress, is finally replacing its signature ASCII art with tiles that resemble actual graphics, and it looks so, so much better than before. The always-improving game's near-incomprehensible text art has long been many players' main obstacle into mining deeper into the ore-rich mountain that it Dwarf Fortress, and now they're getting their chance at last.

Granted, graphic packs that overhaul the game's messy ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange, the way in which text is encoded on computers) art style have long been available unofficially, but anyone who installs the game on Steam right now will still be greeted by an arcane world of symbols representing geography, resources, enemies, and their misadventurous dwarven charges. The game's unbelievably rich systems have been in development by brothers Tarn and Zach Adams since 2002, and they've long been content to give the game away for free while leaving it up to players to mod it if the ASCII art was too ugly for them. However, unfairly high US healthcare prices recently motivated them to begin updating it to appeal to more mainstream players.

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In their most recent Steam community update, developer Tarn Adams shared progress made on the visual overhaul of the world map in Dwarf Fortress. Comparing screenshots of the same medium-sized map to highlight what a striking difference will soon be made by the graphical update, he admits that the old art's glyphs "difficult to distinguish" or "entirely unreadable" for some players. Meanwhile, the new version of the same world is "larger and square since [the game is moving] from 8x12 ASCII glyphs to 16x16 tiles," and it's clear at a glance to almost anyone that they're looking at a fantasy world of water, forest, and rock. Tarn says there's still lots of work to be done on "river mouths and wetlands and oceans and mountains and trees and so on," but even now the contrast is simply night and day.

For frustrated players who tried and failed to make heads or tails of what was going on in their Dwarf Fortress playthroughs, as well as those would-be players who saw the colorful ASCII chaos onscreen and summarily uninstalled, this is incredibly exciting news. Like Rimworld but extending to levels of systemic complexity that other construction and management sims can only dream of attaining, those who can stomach Dwarf Fortress's current visuals can attest that it is a gaming experience unlike any other. No two runs are alike, and the strokes of genius and abhorrent (but equally genius) atrocities against nature make up some of the most fascinating gaming stories on the internet.

Players of all ability and skill will soon be able to properly enjoy Dwarf Fortress when the developers roll out what they've shown off so far on Steam. This time, they'll have an easier time distinguishing their drunken dwarves from an immolated creature cat setting their tavern aflame.

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