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Especially because, as you'd expect with Second Life's unreliable server architecture and social penchant for drama, the whole thing rapidly goes sideways -- ably encouraged by the male contestant, "Rugged", who is apparently drunk but definitely douchey, and who ends the show floating around as a disembodied head.(There's a lesson in there.) "I was snorting with laughter the whole time," Cassie tells me, "even when I thought I muted my mic...I don't like drama and avoid it, so I won't be doing any shows surrounding Jerry-themed scripts, but it was funny and crazy to see all the rowdiness." Funnily enough, she doesn't even remember where the idea for a dating game came from: "I was working on a list of ideas I wanted to do for my show and that was one of them. “Now if Curtiss was a Jedi, his lightsaber would be clear/That means nonexistent like his fucking rap career/Look his breath got your face melted, please make your choice/Do you want a Blake Shelton or a reject from The Voice,” Murs raps.King responds by playing to the sensibilities of the young lady. “Hold up, listen to his language, ain’t he so damn offensive/When I look inside your eyes, I see the loyalist missus/Do you really need a man to give you fourth and some inches/Having your couch smelling like spoiled oil and incense,” King retorts.Ultimately, both men are unsuccessful as the bachelorette chooses the show’s host.
One of Bob Eubanks’ favorite questions to ask contestants was the strangest or most off-beat places the couples ever wanted to “make whoopee.” That questions resulted in a couple of notorious TV moments, including the above 1977 clip in which a woman, Olga, tells Eubanks that the strangest place she ever wanted to have sex wasn’t in a car or outside, but “in the [expletive].” As Eubanks said of the clip later, it never actually made it to air, but still became one of the most infamous clips in game-show history. Some of you have even followed through with subscriptions, which is especially gratifying.— a gay dating simulator published by Game Grumps — arrived for players, and since then, it has experienced a wave of viral popularity.It quickly became the top-selling title on Steam, and as of this post, it continues to draw considerable attention.“The Dating Game,” which took off in the mid-’60s and flowered into the mid-’70s, was the show that launched a thousand imitators, from “The Bachelor” to “The Newlywed Game.” On the show, a bachelorette would be hidden behind a wall, where she would ask three young men, prospective dates, questions about themselves. “ When the embarrassed yucks were muddled through, the bachelorette chose her favorite bachelor, and the happy couple were sent on a date (always with a chaperone, and often to some far-off, exotic locale).The questions were all framed provocatively, with plenty of opportunity for a naughty answer. In the years since the show aired, some fascinating names came up on You Tube’s radar — of on-the-prowl singles who would one day make a name for themselves.