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‘Love Fridays’, TVNZ 2’s belated ‘romance’-themed answer to Three’s successful Friday night comedy line-ups, shows the evolution of the TV dating show in three simple steps – and things go from zero to 100 pretty fast., a reboot of the popular US blind date show of the 80s and 90s.
A lonely singleton – in this instance, a 35-year-old graphic designer who liked to go by his surname, Bacon – is matched up with three potential love interests.
They go on blind dates, then ‘spill the beans’ to host Andy Cohen in front of a studio audience.
The talk got Richard calling in, where he told his own revealing story about his love life...
Host Paddy Mc Guinness (Irish, would you believe) introduced the first bloke, Tony from Newcastle, asking the assembled horde: “Girls, are you turned on or turned off?
” Two of the thirty women immediately activated their red light to signal their disinterest in the northerner.
The track also included a line from "Cherish" by the 1960s band The Association.
Musically constructed as a doo-wop-style pop song, it is regarded as a light-hearted track by critics and includes instruments such as a drum machine, percussions, keyboards and a saxophone.When it got down to the final two, Ina had to get her kit off and join them in an awkward three-way stand-off to decide who she would take on a (fully clothed) date.She chose the bloke with an artificial leg and a tattoo of an elephant placed so that his penis looked like the trunk.It was written and produced by Madonna and Patrick Leonard, and was released by Sire Records as the album's third single on August 1, 1989.