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Some conversations deal with levels of sexual experience. Parents need to know that this dating series -- in which men and women choose prospective partners without actually seeing what they look like -- has a fair bit of kissing/makingo ut and sexual innuendo (including discussions about looking “sexy” and some brief conversations about prior sexual experience).
That's how they get you, those sneaky reality TV shows.
Six daters get to know each other without seeing each other, giving them a chance to like the person for their personality first and not their appearance.
After dating literally in the dark, they finally get to see each other.
And this is how I met ABC's "Dating in the Dark." Sadly, I caught it on the night of its finale. ) Fortunately — for me and for you — all six episodes are available on Hulu for watching. The only time males and females are allowed to be together is in a pitch black room.
Initially, all six contestants have a group date in which they all sit at a table in the dark room exchanging names and getting to know one another's voices and personality types.After this date, each contestant can invite another contestant for a one-on-one date; these dates are also held in the dark room.Throughout the show, the host, Rossi Morreale, provides the men and women with additional insights by providing personality profiles showing which contestants are their best matches and also allowing them to view items the others have brought to the house, such as items of clothing or luggage.The plants I get — obstacles to trip over could be comedy gold — but the paintings? They also get paired up due to outside factors like compatibility tests, etc, just to mix things up.If they're lucky, they get to make out with someone within 15 minutes of meeting.
It's very rarely a conscious choice; it's more an accident of channel surfing, coupled with a moment of distraction, and then the sudden realization that you've had the same crappy show on for the last 15 minutes, and that somehow you've become absorbed in the banality and part of you actually cares how the episode ends. That's how they get you, those sneaky reality TV shows.