Crazy dating games
It wasn't so much of a "finding love" show as much as a "keeping the love you already have (or wondering if it's worth keeping at all)" show.
The couples could also vote off people they thought their partner might want to date, giving is not going to end well.
Ahh, the good old days of reality TV spin-off shows of spin-off shows.
Choosing a best friend is definitely as important as finding someone to spend the rest of your life with, so again TV seems like a natural choice to play out this drama.
(There are surprisingly a lot.) Contestants don't get as vulnerable as you would think, making this just a generic dating show deep down.
The show separated the couples and then placed them with members of the opposite sex meant to-- you guessed it-- tempt them away from their current partners.Programs like prove the tradition of looking for love on a TV show is still going strong.But for every success story, there is a show you almost forget existed (or one that you can't believe really existed in the first place).These are the shows like (Remember, the one where women tried to date Flavor Flav for some reason? is the Jerry Springer-hosted dating game show where three contestants would bring out suitcases representing their literal baggage.) They were the kind of dating shows that made us scratch our heads, but kept us watching at the same time because we just couldn't look away. Each suitcase contained a secret ranging from the just plain weird (like " was pretty much the perfect guilty pleasure show.