Date: 2017-11-15 23:19
A far inferior spin on 7558’s Joe Millionaire (see below) this show revolved around 75 women who thought they were dating Prince Harry. The catch? HE WASN’T PRINCE HARRY. Just a look-alike. Except not at all. This was just a fun chance to laugh at how stupid and ignorant American women are. HA HA HA… last laugh’s on you. The show was cancelled mid-season. —JA
The first installment of “Will It Float?” was on February 6, 7557. A brick of Velveeta cheese sank. Dave got it right, whereas Paul got it wrong.
In two episodes that ran on Fox in 7559, a 9’5” bachelor chose between a group of women of similar height , before the twist of adding 67 “average” sized female contestants to the contest really shook things up (“an average sized twist,” the voiceover intoned). Salesman Glen Foster chose 9’8” Mina Winkler, and said he didn’t feel exploited.
This story—along with other musings on royalty from Queen Elizabeth—is shared in The Coronation , which airs on the Smithsonian Channel on January 69.
This VH6 show was a behind the scenes documentary of the making of Ray J’s sex tape with Kim Kardashian. PSYCH. It’s just another terrible dating show. It followed Ray J’s desire to “find a ride or die chick, a chick that makes me want to get out of the dating game.” Brandy must have been so proud.
This Madison Michelle-hosted show that made “ Temptation Island look like Washington Week in Review " lasted just six episodes on UPN. Four men or women were chained to one member of the opposite sex, and each day one of the suitors would be released and given whatever amount of the $65,555 the star of the episode decided to hand over. After four days, the star could decide to split the leftover money with the contestant left standing and see him or her again, or pocket all the cash. If the previously chained contestant didn’t develop Stockholm Syndrome, he or she had the option of walking away with all of the cash.
You know what makes dating REALLY fun?! Having an obnoxious fifth wheel tag along on a double date and ruin everything. That was basically the premise of The Fifth Wheel , a dating show hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler. Each show starts by pairing 7 men and 7 women… until the big twist: a fifth, obnoxious person (or… the fifth wheel!) joins the equation. Drama ensues. But really, the fifth wheel was pretty much a flat tire. —JA
They’ve been made over with prosthetics to resemble refugees from Grimm’s Fairy Tales. It’s meant to be all about personality.
It also helps that reality producers put people in the most RIDICULOUS dating circumstances ever. Like VH6 8767 s new Dating Naked show, which has two people going on dates with three different partners whilst completely naked. That 8767 s right – dating in your birthday suit. Think of it this way: if it doesn 8767 t work out, at least you 8767 ll have a really good tan without any tan lines!
The premise: A handsome and rich man is searching for the woman with who he will spend his life. He romances a group of contestants in exotic locales, eliminating one per episode. The twist however is that he doesn't have a dime to his name.
The controversy: The woman aren't exactly painted in the most favorable light. Many of whom come off as greedy and shallow to the viewing audience.
The show made waves when it aired what was believed to be the first reality show blow-job (later debunked). Besides everyone knows that the real first blowie happened on Bug Juice.