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'Dating in the Dark': Finding Love in the Shadows (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Aug 17th 2010 4:35AM
'Dating in the Dark': Finding Love in the ShadowsLove is blind, or so they say. But what if this was literally the case? What if you actually couldn't see the face or the body of the person you were hanging out with? That's the interesting scenario presented by 'Dating in the Dark' (Mon., 8PM ET on ABC).

The reality show throws new couples together in complete and utter darkness. They can't see each other -- but through the magic of night-vision technology, we can watch them interacting.

Tonight, Becky and Michael are one of the random pairs who go on a very "blind" date. ( ... Get it?) The couple seems to get along just fine -- and some touching and kissing happens. But then, it's time for Becky and Michael to meet in the full light of day. Will their romantic connection work out, once it's no longer pitch black? Or will one of them be grossed out, after seeing the face of their new potential lover?

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Yet another piece of evidence that ABC wants to replace all intelligent programming with mindless drek. Who thought things could get worse than "The Bachelor," "The Bachelorette," and "The Batchelor Pad?" How about bringing "Private Practice" into the mix by having them treat all the venereal diseases these cretins pass among themselves? Or maybe have them seek treatment for their obvious lack of self-esteem? Nice tie-in.

August 17 2010 at 2:10 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

i love this show. its a train wreck. like most shows on tv now-a-days. i always wait to see if once they see each other, they are disappointed. might sound mean but thats the funniest part. though i do hope all the contestants find love & end up happily ever after! ;)

August 17 2010 at 11:56 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Sounds stupid to me. Why don't people just go to bars? They are poorly lit, and after a few drinks, everybody starts to look good. That's the way it's always been done, and it is only a matter of time before the Society for the Blind jumps all over this tv show idea. Besides, for me it would be the same. A person has to have "it" for me to be interested, and "it" is something you feel, not something you can see with your eyes. So with the lights on or off, I'd have to feel "it" before YOU get to feel me, if you get my meaning....

August 17 2010 at 10:11 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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