Hosted by Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy later replaced by Carmen Electra , the show centered on a single woman choosing a date from among 50 young men, and a single man then taking his turn with 50 women. As with its predecessor, the winning couple was set up on a date after the show. In each game, the featured contestant, or "Picker", would eliminate undesired dates using six categories ranging from the innocuous height, weight to the blatantly sexual "Bedroom Behavior", "Package". Once eight or fewer remained, the Picker would start individually asking them Dating Game -style questions, having them perform certain tasks, or both. The "Picker" would then "Keep" or "Dump" each candidate based on his or her answer or performance. The three who survived this would then be asked questions with two possible answers; for each one that matched the Picker's, a candidate would move one step closer to the Picker.
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In entertainment, an awful lot of stuff happens behind closed doors, from canceling TV shows to organizing music festival lineups. In Expert Witness , The A. Club talks to industry insiders about the actual business of entertainment in hopes of shedding some light on how the pop-culture sausage gets made. Initially hosted by Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy, the show matched up college-age singles by virtue of bra size, hula-hooping ability, and how well their raunchy perfect date puns synched up. How did the show recruit its 50 muscle-bound dudes and flare-clad gals? Were any real love connections ever made? And why did the show always send its winners to Catalina Island?
The show became a cult classic, putting a more comedic spin on traditional and formal dating shows. Contestants would most likely be unconventional and cast purely for entertainment, without any assumed compatibility put into effect. MTV revamped the series in late for its YouTube channel. The overhauled format gave a more urban contemporary hip hop theme to the show.
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