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More relationships arise in the "comedy reality" show – though there's no question as to whether these will endure.
Three men are given the chance to chat up three ladies in a speed-dating format – though the ladies have lights to buzz (no likey ...) to eject the date should they prove overly boisterous, misogynistic or just plain dull.
One-time "US dating champ" Doyle Mac Manus (played by Rob Riggle of ) provide a joyous, sports-presenter-like running commentary.
While it is amusing to see how badly dates can go – not least when the objectionable Chris starts his first date by downing a glass of red – it is this presenter duo who give the show life, the outlandishly priapic Mac Manus contrasting deliciously with the prudish C-T.
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