In this show, one single interviews two potential daters and asks them probing, personal questions.
What the daters don't know is that every answer they provide is being filtered through lie detection software.
is a true gem, I can’t help but reminisce about the multitude of reality dating competition shows I watched as a tweenager.
I’d inhale a bowl of Reeses Puffs, sit in front of my pre-DVR TV, and watch hours of with ads for “Floam” and Kidz Bop in between.
The premise of the show revolved around lie detection software.
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The action inside of the RV is filmed as well, giving the contestants a chance to debrief their dates (if they’re nexted) slash talk about all the dumb stuff people talk about on reality TV.
The show seems pretty straightforward, except there’s this weird money part that I never really understood.Round 3: The single finally meets the two remaining daters face-to-face.