" Once he got on set, he was given lines to say on the bus and off — all scripted, he said.But his portrayal on the show wasn't quite true to life."You know, when you get off the bus, the name and traits [MTV displayed on screen]? "It said that I'm a Christian, and that I like to have sex in movie theaters.I felt all these things while simultaneously wondering what in the world I was doing with my time. Who didn’t hate-watch at least one of these insane dating shows?Here are 12 old reality dating shows that will make you cringe and laugh all at once.While it would seem to be a good fit for the already familiar audience, it's also not novel anymore. I was never a fan, but I know a lot of people love reality shows." But what if there were another option, a middle ground, as Palmer proposed?It was the "breeding ground of reality," as Palmer put it; shows far more ridiculous, like the in 2010. "It was an exciting and thrilling experience, not knowing what the girl was going to look like," he said.
If anything, modern dating culture is even could exist today.These shows all had the same premise: to meet the “love of your life” (or at least someone cute you could make out with).But they all went about it in different ways, and each show was more ridiculous than the next.If you find one who is, you can let them know you like them.If they like you back, you can go out; if they don't, you lose out. Or are we talking about MTV's mid-aughts dating reality show , but I wasn't the biggest fan of reality TV." There were five in the audition room at a time — echoing the five-on-a-bus format of the show — and they were asked questions about their hobbies and proclivities."I'm a religious guy, so I just straight up told them I'm gonna wait until I'm married.