Her own life at that time was tragic and all the rowing, playing away and unsuccessful dates between the contestants were probably getting on her nerves - Well done, Cilla! From seasons 2-7, the themed dates would be dropped. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. I did like sitting in the lounge on a Saturday night with a takeaway and watch this fun-filled, but somewhat stale game show hosted by the legendary Saturday night hostess. . This article needs additional citations for. Her sister is about to be married and one day Jiang Xin overhears her mother talking to her sister, that if she will come to the marriage of her sister with a boyfriend, her mother will pay for the marriage.
I hoped that she'd reconsider but now, as I am a lot older and wiser, I personally don't blame her! It stopped because Cilla Black born in 1942 was getting on and was getting bored of presenting it. I was very sad when I heard in the New Year of 2003 the show would stop in the near future. Lu Yi plays her counterpart in this fresh and romantic drama. Hosted by , the series was distributed by Universal Worldwide Television. So, there are many reasons why it was long past its sell-by-date: 1.
Jiang Xin has 258 days to find a boyfriend, in order to score off her bothersome mother and to enable her sister a wonderful marriage. The dates usually turned out to be nothing but disasters leading to major rows! The show was hosted by. It was later distributed by. A few times people ended up appearing multiple times throughout the course of the series, a spot reserved for famously and wildly unsuccessful daters like annoying Nicolas Cage-impersonating Johnny or shockingly angry and bitter divorcee Ward. Jiang Xin plays a young woman, who is still single.
Find sources: — · · · · March 2016 Blind Date Genre Presented by Theme music composer Devin Powers Country of origin United States Original language s English No. It looked like a chat show where unhappy people argue. A few were released on home video but most were available only via pay-per-view television. Two couples who met on the show did get married in real life, with both weddings featured in special episodes. While these shows were filled with nudity and language not suitable for regular television, they all featured Blind Date's signature humorous thought bubbles, lower third text, and graphics.
The couples who never got on used to play games on each other and have affairs with other people, who were usually natives. . . . .
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