Springer fits well into these proceedings, presiding over the ridiculousness with a sly comment or a bad pun.He's seen it all and nothing much will surprise him. Watch only one episode and you have an idea of just what kind of show you are in for: one where a person might overlook a seemingly insurmountable problem because of a person's good looks.The short-lived Fox show followed twelve American women all vying for the love of Prince Harry.Except he was not really Prince Harry, but a lookalike named Matthew Hicks.Plus the only "prize" of this dating show was keeping their relationship intact which, unlike some of the others which reward a cash prize, isn't that exciting. The men had to compete in "challenges" such as dealing with the paparazzi, giving toasts, and taking part in dance-offs.
The couples could also vote off people they thought their partner might want to date, giving is not going to end well.
Episodes from season 3 of was a Fox show that sought to test the relationship of existing couples.
The show separated the couples and then placed them with members of the opposite sex meant to-- you guessed it-- tempt them away from their current partners.
With Valentine's Day quickly approaching there is really no way to avoid it: love is in the air.
And what better way to find love than by going on a reality dating show?