The new dating game tv show
If you got through that without scratching your head, we applaud you.The woman calling the shots on last night’s first episode designed a dream boyfriend who was ‘mixed race’ with ‘quirky, stylish dress sense’ (a snapback cap and red shoes. She later admitted, while being driven to meet her eight new boyfriends: ‘The thought of having eight dream guys in one house is terrifying.’ You’re telling us.Nothing was supposedly scripted but I’m pretty sure that a least the celebrity guest stars got some warning what the questions might be and even some “helpful” words from the writers.One contestant on the show was a young Tom Selleck but out of two appearances he was never chosen (I bet those bachelorettes were kicking themselves later!The original contestant who dreamed up this perfect-looking partner then gets plonked into a nice modern house with these eight ‘clones’.The singleton who’s playing God eventually gets to pick which one of the lookalikes has a bearable enough personality to deal with, because they’ll be continuing their lives with them (we must assume these clones also find the contestant in question ultra-desirable).)Once a person was selected by the questioner then they would go out on a date, all expenses paid by the show.Sometimes still photos of “the date” would be shown during a later show.
Has a very young Michael Jackson as the contestant Ok I finally get it, sixties “just for fun” television hits 21st century social media.Single contestants looking for The One are invited to design their ideal partner using Sims-style body-building technology, specifying everything (physical) from their skin colour to their choice of outfit.The show producers then — somehow (we do hope it’s legal) — find eight people from around the country who look exactly like this imaginary person, and give them number badges.(Don’t feel left out ladies, they would occasionally turn the tables and have one bachelor asking the questions to three bachelorettes).The only questions that weren’t allowed were name, occupation, income or age.
Questions range from a variety of topics like, “If we were to be married, what type of unusual wedding would you dream up?