Parental control dating show
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.
Because nothing says true love like your mom telling someone that you have a rockin' bod.
seemed to be banking on when they thought up this dating show.
Episodes from season 3 of was a Fox show that sought to test the relationship of existing couples.
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.
The fun of was obviously in the over-the-top mothers all trying to promote their child.
Each mother and daughter or son would be introduced, and then would explain how their parent should describe them to a potential partner.
The premise of is to "strip away preconceived notions, stereotypes-and clothes." It's a bold move for sure, but mostly it just makes you question the kind of dates you can go on while naked.(There are surprisingly a lot.) Contestants don't get as vulnerable as you would think, making this just a generic dating show deep down.It's another one of those instances where you just can't look away, especially with the added drama of a bunch of naked people all living in a house together, fighting for love.Might not be true love, but it sure was entertaining. Potential partners meet while completely nude (and tastefully blurred for TV viewers at home).Each week the original contestant must go on a date with a new person and then choose to who keep and who to send home.