Mountain Home native Johnny Nunez finds role on reality show 'The Cougar'

Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Johnny Nunez

Robert J. Taylor

Special to The News

Mountain Home residents might recognize a familiar face on TV Land's reality dating show "The Cougar."

Johnny Nunez, a 2003 graduate of Mountain Home High School, was one of 20 men selected to participate in the "Bachelor"-like show that features 20 men, ranging from 21-29 competing for the affection of 40-year-old Stacy Anderson.

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  • And this is newsworthy why? I mean it is reality television where men are scurrying around for the affections of a woman that might be twice their age. Sleeping around with her, making lewd comments and a woman that should finally grow up and find a man her own age. I am sure Cougars are what they are because of their mental and maturity levels. They can't hang with men their age so they go after immature 20-somethings!

    -- Posted by SoThisIsSmallville on Fri, May 22, 2009, at 9:38 AM
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    It's newsworthy to us who knew him

    -- Posted by jessiemiller on Fri, Mar 28, 2014, at 1:30 PM
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