"Singled Out" is a dating game show.
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Two contestants (first a female followed by a male) have to pick one out of fifty people for a date. They first sit at a chair with a large mirror behind so that they won't see the fifty people and choose from a big board what qualities (i.e. eyes, hair, height, etc.) their date should have. Then in the second round, the contestant asked the remaining amount of people (about seven) from the first round to do something that could be considered embarrassing. In the final round, the remainder of the fifty people (three this time) need to answer questions in order to take one step closer to their potential date. Written by TC_2

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Game-Show | Romance

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12 June 1995 (USA)  »

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Silly but enjoyable
19 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

Before reality TV hit it big there was this show hosted by talentless Jenny McCarthy and handsome Chris Hardwick. Basically they have a guy (or girl) who gets to choose between 50 specimens of the opposite sex for a date. They get rid of most of them (e.g. the guy will say he doesn't like blond hair--all the blond girls have to leave) and then the remaining 5 or so compete. My details are a little vague--this show was last on 10 years ago.

It was VERY silly and some of the contestants were real jerks but it was an enjoyable non-thinking 30 minutes. Also this gets extra points for doing a gay guy episode. As for the two hosts--McCarthy was incredibly annoying--her screeching and overacting got old quick. I don't care how good-looking she is. By contrast Hardwick wisely underplayed his role. He was was handsome and poked fun at the show (e.g. He started one show saying, "Here we are back with Singled Out...and yes, my house is almost paid for").

So it WAS silly but fun. I give it a 7.


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