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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.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).The show was canceled after only 4 episodes (with the rest airing online), but it was enough to establish itself as one of the more bizarre of recent reality shows.had all of the classic dating show tropes, including the smart girl, the crazy one, the sexy school teacher and the suitor who just wanted to find a girl to love him for who he really is (a fake prince).Springer fits well into these proceedings, presiding over the ridiculousness with a sly comment or a bad pun.
And what better way to find love than by going on a reality dating show?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.Jenner isn't the only reality star to go this route either.In 2008, Paris Hilton also had her own show is the MTV show where a contestant would go on dates with three different moms who are all trying to convince them why their son or daughter was the best choice.
It's the ultimate "would you rather", complete with all of the worst possible outcomes.