Initially an experiment in which real dates are filmed, and then viewers get the chance to apply to date the unsuccessful participants the following week. Later this aspect was removed and replaced with a cast of regular restaurant staff.
Irish comedian Graham Norton hosts his very own chat show, which includes chatting to A-list celebrities, the very famous Red Chair game, live music, lots of jokes and fun from Graham and the celebrities themselves.
A singleton is shown 5 3-course menus from people hoping to impress, and must pick 3. They then have a home dinner date with each of the 3, picking their favourite one to date again. The 2 losers make do with a ready meal for one.
A game show that begins with a group of 30 single women in search of finding the perfect match. Every week, the women are introduced to several bachelors one by one. Each woman stands at a ... See full summary »
Katie Ann Cudaback,
This has the best writing for any show ever. The one liners and gags are brilliant and completely make sense. This is comedy at it's smartest. Paddy mcguiness delivers his all time best performance and adds so much weight to the show. He is hilarious however I think he gets jealous whenever anyone else has a funny moment because he always tries to steal their joke.
This is quality entertainment especially because paddy mcguiness is really fit, ummmm, I mean the girls are really fit. The directing is fantastic and the flashy cinematography adds to the theme of vanity and provides a nice juxtaposition to the realistic, improvisational dialogue. It's also fun working out who you like and don't like on the show.
This is the funniest show on TV, thanks to brilliant writing and one Oscar-worthy performance
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