Men and women who don't know each other are set up on blind dates and a camera crew follows them around to record how the date went.
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Roger Lodge ...
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Men and women who don't know each other are set up on blind dates and a camera crew follows them around to record how the date went.

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blind date | dating | matchmaking | See All (3) »


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20 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Cupid Confidential  »

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A Dutch version of the show appears on TeVe Holland as "Blind Match". There is a German version of the show, also called "Blind Date". See more »

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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Jennifer Lopez (2001) See more »

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Darwin was right
15 January 2000 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Apparently the premise of this show is to illustrate how smug, egocentric, self-centered, and materialistic 20-somethings are. If that's the case, it succeeds beyond its wildest dreams. Planned Parenthood should use episodes from this show as training films; the moral would be, "If you have kids, they might turn out like this!" The men--for lack of a better word--are invariably totally obsessed with their bodies; many of them take their "dates" to a workout at their gym. They then spend most of the date strutting, preening and bragging about their sexual prowess, and can't understand it when the women don't laugh at, or even get offended by, their smarmy, juvenile attempts at double entendre. The women don't come across much better, either. They're either simpering bimbos or arrogant, balls-to-the-wall barracudas determined to show the guy who's boss and take control of everything from the get-go. If this is an example of the generation that's going to take over from us, then we're in worse shape than I thought.


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