The Stallone sisters opened up about the difficulty of dating with the action star as their dad.
Sophia and Sistine spoke about their father intimidating dates and going "full-on Rambo."
Sistine said that she doesn't think Sylvester puts in the effort to get to know their partners.
The Stallone sisters opened up about how it can be difficult dating as the daughter of Sylvester Stallone on the family's new reality series "The Family Stallone."
Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20, spoke about their experiences with their father intimidating or otherwise not showing interest in their boyfriends in episodes one and two of the show, which are currently available to stream on Paramount+.
"Dating when you have the dad that we do is rough," Sistine said in the show's first episode. "The first time a boy came over to meet my parents, he's going in for the first kiss. And I was so nervous, but I was excited."
"And he looks up at the balcony and he goes, 'Oh my god, what is that?'" she continued. "And it was my dad standing on the second floor balcony, backlit so you just see a silhouette. He's so cinematic in the most unnecessary reasons, and let me tell you, the kid jumps in the car, went down the driveway. Never saw him again."
Scarlet, in a confessional, said that growing up with Sylvester as her father wasn't a "typical" experience where he would pick up and drop them off from school.
"Bringing any boy home, he becomes full-on Rambo with guns," Sophia said, referencing Sylvester's iconic movie role. She added that he was more of a "girl dad" when with the family.
In the show's second episode, Sophia and Sistine said that it was sometimes difficult to figure out if boys were interested in them solely for their family name.
"One time I dated a guy," Sophia said in a confessional. "He was wondering how long it would take to date me until he got courtside seats. And that's when I knew that I was going to be in for a really tough ride in the dating scene."
Ultimately, Sistine said that her dating difficulties stemmed both from her name, but also from the fact that her father is "very overprotective and quite intimidating." Still, she said, he hasn't truly put in the effort to get to know his daughters' boyfriends as they've entered more serious relationships, including with her current partner.
"This is someone that is very special in my life," she said. "I've never had a relationship as good as this one before, so it does hurt my feelings that there has been very minimal effort on his part."
When Sistine expressed in a family discussion that her and her sisters' boyfriends wanted to spend time with their father, Sylvester said that they hadn't "earned the privilege" yet.
"Someday, you'll see I'm helping you girls. I'm getting rid of these creeps," Sylvester said.
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