A new social experiment provides daters with a radical dating experience where before they bare their souls they bare everything else first.
For the last several weeks, ‘Dating in the Dark‘ has tried to figure out if looks matter. ) and Tawny, a bartender who describes herself as “crazy”.
The Group Date is de rigueur, right down to the pointing and then commenting on how stupid the pointing is.
The Rev and his son battle it out in the kitchen by making wings two ways; with classic buffalo flavors and Asian-inspired teriyaki sauce.
They also whip up flavorful turkey kielbasa dogs topped with red onion sauce, and oven-roasted sweet potato fries with garlic aioli.
"Which makes this more of a challenge for the menfolk than the women, though everyone is equally shallow (no one ever says, "It doesn't matter what he/she looks like, I like them anyway").
An initial dark group meeting is followed by a series of one-on-ones initiated by participants, and soon the six are three pairs. "Dark" is an interesting idea with a refreshing lack of bombast and fakery that propels so many reality shows: The participants are clean-cut, pleasantly attractive regular folks (though one has a Jude Law aura).
There, the only way participants know what one another looks like is through verbal description and a little face-touching.