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.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 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.He’s seen it all and nothing much will surprise him. Watch only one episode and you have an idea of just what kind of show you are in for: one where a person might overlook a seemingly insurmountable problem because of a person’s good looks.
The couples could also vote off people they thought their partner might want to date, giving is not going to end well.The contestant had nothing else to go on except the mom’s description of the child and their experience on the date.In the end they would have to pick who they would want to date before finally having that person revealed.When it comes to crazy reality dating shows, MTV is the king.
The network had a ton of hits, each with their own hook to pull viewers in.
Jenner isn’t the only reality star to go this route either.