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While the high-concept dating show is far from dead -- FOX premiered the Mark Burnett-produced is still going strong -- the genre reached a delirious, trashy, and weird-as-hell peak in the first decade of this century.
But, if you are surrounded by two or more members of the opposite sex vying for your attention, you are probably on a reality dating show in the '00s, possibly I could go on. Body-painting companies must have really made bank during the reality dating boom.
If you find yourself lying about your income and wearing much nicer shirts than you would normally sport, but still unbuttoning them a few extra buttons because you are a human beefcake, you are probably Joe Millionaire.
For some weird reason, oversized vehicles were a big deal in the '00s: hummers, buses, and Tony Soprano's Escalade were all huge.
You made so many excellent life choices to get to this point.
If you love buses, you probably also love sucking on toes.
, a truly deranged show that asked the question: what happens when you chain a woman to four boring men and force them to do things like go ice skating together? The best part about this show was the Locksmith, a bodyguard-looking dude who dressed in black, wore with the woman in the video above and she just shoved dirty snow in your mouth.
So, it makes sense that the era birthed two classic dating shows that made excellent use of buses.
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