Top 4 Dating Shows
- Blind Date – Oh what was Saturday night in the late nineties to early noughties without Cilla Black and three mystery desperate singletons vying for a stranger’s romantic affection? NOTHING, I TELL YOU, NOTHING. It was the pinnacle of dating.
- Take Me Out – This is the baby of Blind Date without the late, great Ms Black. There is a lack of mystery with the addition of 30 thirsty single ladies, desperate to go dating. Women get given a light, which they can turn off because the show’s mantra is “NO LIKEY, NO LIGHTY!” Spoken in a thick like custard Bolton accent, from the one and lonely Paddy McGuinness.
- Dating In The Dark – Does what it says on the tin. People, in the dark, go dating. It involves a lot of cheeky face feeling, among other feelings. It’s kinda gross.
- First Dates – A new spin on the dating show. People, who otherwise cannot get dates, go to a restaurant near St Paul’s and meet a blind date. It is my sister’s favourite show at the minute. It also involves a lot of dating, an overzealous Frenchman and a whole load of people that need love. Standard fare for a dating show, to be the honest.