Transcript for Rent-A-Gent Provides You a Man on Demand
We want to get to a new service. Rent-a-gent. If you ever wanted a hunky guy to be on your arm. Arm candy or on a date, or to tackle the handyman tasks around the house.[ Paula Faris checked out the new service. Reporter: Marina has it all. The job. The looks. And depending on her mood, her choice of Frankie, Harrison, or Eric. She uses a service called rent-a-gent. For around $200 an hour, you can pick from a list of handsome, intelligent men, toxv your sexless, kiss-free companion. They can be your date, cook you a meal or fix your sink. Marina is very pleased. I think he's hot. Right? Tall. How are you? You can come in. Reporter: And that's no accident. Each gent is carefully selected by a panel of ladies in a casting session. Picking only the creme de la creme. The criteria is three things. They have to be very handsome. They have to be intelligent. And they have to have some kind of talent. ? I can hear her heartbeat ? Reporter: At the end of the day, you don't want them to develop romath attachment the to these guys? No. Reporter: I'm a happily married woman. But I liked the idea of some handsome help around the house. I'm tommy. I'm Paula. Nice to meet you. Reporter: Tommy, the mentor, was advertised as good with kids. So, I decided to put him to the test. You are going down. Oh. Pillow fight. Oh, no. Reporter: Even when things got rowdy, tommy was the perfect gent. I do so like green eggs and ham. Thank you, thank you, Sam I -- Am. Good job. Reporter: Gentleman, that is. For "Good morning America," Paula Faris, ABC news, new york.ymp What do we have here now? Here comes our rent-a-gent, Rico. Biking into the studio right there. Looks like he has nice, spring flowers. Wanted you guys to have a little bit of a treat this morning. Did you do that for us? Michael and I did this. Yeah. You did that. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank you, Rico. You're welcome. They're beautiful. Rico. Nice to see you. I like sunflowers. Thank you. Oh, gosh. Thank you. Thank you so much. And thank you, George. You're welcome.
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