What if you were sent on a first date, with your closest friends spying on you from a stakeout bus...paging with their advice...but never exposing who they are until the end of the date?

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Erin Lear ...
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What if you were sent on a first date, with your closest friends spying on you from a stakeout bus...paging with their advice...but never exposing who they are until the end of the date?

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5 May 2002 (USA)  »

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MTV's Taildaters  »

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It crashes into heaping flames.
5 November 2003 | by (Bristol, CT) – See all my reviews

I loved the silly dating shows that existed. But when this MTV one tried to add something new to the mix, it failed miserably. Two daters get coached via pager by four people who observe from a van. Oh, the daters don't know who they are. It very closely ripped off "The 5th Wheel" and "EX-treme Dating", and failed to generate any fun in the meantime. The problem is that whoever chose the "talent" for this program had not grasped the concept of personality, as no one on screen displayed a hint of it. The unknown friends had zero right to judge or coax, and they said nothing helpful. The daters read their pagers and show a moronic-deer-in-headlights expression, which didn't change for any person.

There was one shining moment when an INCREDIBLY HOT black girl took over a dying, failing date. She asked the white guy if he had any problems with interracial dating, he had none, so then their particular date was a huge success. But that was the only good emerged from this achingly awful, truly dull, and seriously horrible dating show.


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