The blindfold is removed, and the rider is given the opportunity to ask her selection on a date.
The winning contestant can either accept the date or take a small amount of cash instead. In a city saturated with technology, apps, and screens, Moyd sees his game show as a way to encourage more face-to-face interaction.
"Funny enough, they reveal a lot about themselves, their sense of humor, what they like to do, what they want to be, and it was pleasant," contestant Rodney Maister told [L. And show creator Doran says that the the older crowd is much more uninhibited than *The Dating Game's* original more youthful contestants: "You get to be our age, you don't give a damn," he said.
The show's already a hit among the Village residents: More than 250 people came out to the first audition.
SEC Shorts, an online comedy series exploring the crazy world of college football in the south, depicted that relationship perfectly with a dating show spoof between contestants Alabama and Auburn.
We’d imagine that many Alabama-Auburn fans are trying to keep it casual and friendly this week, but before the conversations are over, they’re putting up their dukes ready to fight.
(I can already hear the wheels in Chris Harrison's brain turning over a *Bachelor: Seniors* spin-off.) __What would you rather try: a dating show or the [astrology dating app](/sex-love-life/blogs/smitten/2015/05/align-astrology-dating-app)?
Moyd, to our knowledge, is the first to not only openly encourage such behavior but actively spark it. "I’ll put ad on Facebook asking if anybody knows someone who’s single who wants to go on a surprise dating game," he says.
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Now, in the new series She's Got Game, The Game sets out in pursuit of his perfect love match. e, double platinum selling rapper Jayceon "The Game" Taylor is back on the market and ready to meet the woman of his dreams.
The passenger is blindfolded (so that personality is favored over looks), and two "contestants" are picked up — people prearranged by Moyd himself.
The blindfolded person has an opportunity to ask the other riders a series of speed questions and within minutes must select the contestant whom she favors.
"I have friends who, on a Friday night, will say, ‘Oh, let’s go out and meet some people,’" he says.