Originally scheduled for theatrical release in 2004, "Extreme Dating" has had a bumpy ride.In November 2003, Franchise Pictures picked up the worldwide rights to the movie.Unlike the Prison Chic of Big Brother, it's actually really nice.And we've noticed a giant Connect 4 along one wall which is always a good thing (when not tedious).
With this in mind, it seems obvious that we would take interest in TV programmes that show people in the midst of finding someone special (or not as is often the case).They can keep all the remaining cash for themselves, they can give all the remaining cash to the 'winner' or they can split it any way they fancy.To live in, the players have a custom fitted modern flat.And just like savvy viewers of “Cops” ask themselves “Why would anybody sign a release to show themselves getting arrested?”, “Blind Date” raised the question “Why would anybody sign a release to show themselves on that date?Hack insists they "stick to the plan." But AJ reminds him, "The last time you said that you wound up locked in the trunk of a Buick with a transvestite." Lee-as-Hack flops down in a chair and huffs: "Can we go, like, *one day* without bringing that up." The movie produces another giggle when the two are watching a COPS-like show on TV.