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We watched as the guy or girl went out with parent-approved dates, and at the end of the show, the guy or girl had to pick who they liked best to keep dating.
As if all of that wasn't awkward enough, the scorned significant other had to sit with the parents the whole time, watching their boyfriend or girlfriend go on dates with other people.
Back in the early 2000’s, one of my boring/lazy day guilty pleasures was watching reality dating competition shows.
These shows all had the same premise: to meet the “love of your life” (or at least someone cute you could make out with).
But they all went about it in different ways, and each show was more ridiculous than the next.
There was just something about watching awkward or super confident young adults try to navigate the obstacles of the show to attempt to meet someone they clicked with.
Shows like the “Real World” and “Jerry Springer” have been blurring out the spontaneous nudity that happens during filming for more than a decade.
"After a spectacular and rather awkward start, the couple explores the island to find their shelter and food supply, where they will spend the night together in a breathtaking paradise: it is their true 'Garden of Eden,'" the show's description reads.
But their Garden of Eden isn't without its twists and temptations.
Instead of asking questions, the single man or woman selected their date based on the p An eligible bachelor or bachelorette picks a blind date by asking a series of questions to three singles hidden behind a partition.
Instead of asking questions, the single man or woman selected their date based on the person's appearance and personality.Here's what went down: when parents didn't like their kid's boyfriend or girlfriend, they all went on this show.