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Plus the only "prize" of this dating show was keeping their relationship intact which, unlike some of the others which reward a cash prize, isn't that exciting. The men had to compete in "challenges" such as dealing with the paparazzi, giving toasts, and taking part in dance-offs.
But like any good dating show, the guys also had a chance to spend one-on-one time with Jenner in hopes of not being sent home in a hot tub elimination ceremony (yes really).
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.
It wasn't so much of a "finding love" show as much as a "keeping the love you already have (or wondering if it's worth keeping at all)" show.
The couples could also vote off people they thought their partner might want to date, giving is not going to end well.
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.
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 short-lived Fox show followed twelve American women all vying for the love of Prince Harry.
Except he was not really Prince Harry, but a lookalike named Matthew Hicks.
It's the ultimate "would you rather", complete with all of the worst possible outcomes.