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* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being the first aired: which means its either SarcasmMode or OutOfOrder) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the UsefulNotes/LasVegas Strip" wasn't enough of a turn-off.

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* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being the first aired: which means its either SarcasmMode or OutOfOrder) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' ''Series/JerseyShore'' to the UsefulNotes/LasVegas Strip" wasn't enough of a turn-off.

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** [[MadLibsCatchphrase "Let the ____ see the ____!"]]


The show is based off an Australian format, which was aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart, but not as revolutionary. That would be the China version ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fei_Cheng_Wu_Rao If You are the One]]''.

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The show is based off an Australian format, which was aired on ITV1 Creator/{{ITV}}1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart, but not as revolutionary. That would be the China version ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fei_Cheng_Wu_Rao If You are the One]]''.


** TheAnnouncer: Mark Thompson for the U.S. version (who is seemingly the announcer for ''[[HeyItsThatVoice every]]'' Fox game show)

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** TheAnnouncer: Mark Thompson for the U.S. version (who is seemingly the announcer for ''[[HeyItsThatVoice every]]'' ''every'' Fox game show)


A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''LoveConnection'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they're, well, turned off (thus taking themselves out of competition for the man), probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no likey, no lighty]]."

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A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''LoveConnection'' ''Series/LoveConnection'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they're, well, turned off (thus taking themselves out of competition for the man), probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no likey, no lighty]]."


* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being the first aired: which means its either SarcasmMode or OutOfOrder) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the [[VivaLasVegas Vegas Strip]]" wasn't enough of a turn-off.

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* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being the first aired: which means its either SarcasmMode or OutOfOrder) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the [[VivaLasVegas Vegas Strip]]" UsefulNotes/LasVegas Strip" wasn't enough of a turn-off.


A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''TheDatingGame'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they're, well, turned off (thus taking themselves out of competition for the man), probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no likey, no lighty]]."

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A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''TheDatingGame'' ''LoveConnection'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they're, well, turned off (thus taking themselves out of competition for the man), probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no likey, no lighty]]."


The show is based off an Australian format, which was aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart, but not as revolutionary...

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The show is based off an Australian format, which was aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart, but not as revolutionary...
revolutionary. That would be the China version ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fei_Cheng_Wu_Rao If You are the One]]''.


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* ForeignRemake: The British and US versions, and now [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fei_Cheng_Wu_Rao China too]].


A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''TheDatingGame'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they've taken themselves out of competition for the man, probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no likey, no lighty]]."

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A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''TheDatingGame'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they've taken they're, well, turned off (thus taking themselves out of competition for the man, man), probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no likey, no lighty]]."


* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being episode 1) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the [[VivaLasVegas Vegas Strip]]" wasn't enough of a turn-off.

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* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being episode 1) the first aired: which means its either SarcasmMode or OutOfOrder) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the [[VivaLasVegas Vegas Strip]]" wasn't enough of a turn-off.


The show is based off an Australian format, which was aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart.

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The show is based off an Australian format, which was aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart.
counterpart, but not as revolutionary...


** "No lighty, no likey!"

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** "No lighty, likey, no likey!"lighty!"


A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''TheDatingGame'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they've taken themselves out of competition for the man, probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no lighty, no likey]]."

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A British GameShow format that takes SpeedDating to a slightly different level, or if you want to be technical, ''TheDatingGame'' meets ''Series/OneVersusAHundred''. One man faces 30 bachelorettes, all of which are standing at podiums with lights on them. In the first round, the women get to know the male contestant's name, hometown, and see him enter to the {{Leitmotif}} of his choice. Each bachlorette has a button on their podium they can press at any time to turn off their light, signifying that they've taken themselves out of competition for the man, probably because the man didn't try hard enough to woo them or because they don't like something about them that they've revealed. Or in simpler terms, "[[CatchPhrase no lighty, likey, no likey]].lighty]]."


This process continues for two more rounds, which can include showing off a talent, or showing another video containing more details about the contestant's personal life. If any women remain after the 3rd round, the contestant narrows it down to two (obviously, if there's only 2 or fewer left, they don't need to do anything) and then asks them one question each to determine who he'll choose. The winning woman gets to on a date to Fernando's (or Cyprus in Series 3, or the "Take Me Out Resort" in the U.S. version), the result of which gets shown on the next episode. If one woman remains, well, she wins by default. If everyone goes out (referred to in-game as a "blackout"), it's game over, and the contestant gets to leave the stage to "All By Myself". It's just that simple, really. Four men play per episode, meaning the game is done at a pretty reasonable pace.

The show is based off an Australian format, and aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart.

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This The process continues for with two more rounds, which can include showing off a talent, or showing another video containing rounds of promotional material, typically featuring videos with more details about the contestant's personal life. bachelor's personality, interests, etc. Sometimes they may also perform a talent on-stage. At any time during these presentations, the women can bail out on the man. If all of the women turn off their podiums at any point, it's game over for the man! If any women remain after the 3rd round, the contestant narrows it down to two (obviously, if there's only 2 or fewer left, they don't need to do anything) and then asks them one question each to determine who he'll choose. The winning woman gets to on a date to Fernando's "Fernando's" (or Cyprus in Series 3, or the "Take Me Out Resort" in the U.S. version), the result of which gets shown on the next episode. If one woman remains, well, she wins by default. If everyone goes out (referred to in-game as a "blackout"), it's game over, and the contestant gets to leave the stage to "All By Myself". It's just that simple, really. Four men play per episode, meaning the game is done at a pretty reasonable pace.

really.

The show is based off an Australian format, and which was aired on ITV1 in the United Kingdom. While some have thought the show to be cheap and lowbrow, it became a sleeper hit for the network; its Series 2 premiere netted almost 6 million viewers. An American version debuted on Fox on June 7, 2012, hosted by George Lopez, managing to be very faithful to its British counterpart.


This process continues for two more rounds, which can include showing off a talent, or showing another video containing more details about the contestant's personal life. If any women remain after the 3rd round, the contestant narrows it down to two (obviously, if there's only 2 or fewer left, they don't need to do anything) and then asks them one question each to determine who he'll choose. The winning woman gets to on a date to Fernando's (or Cyprus in Series 3, or the "Take Me Out Resort" in the U.S. version), the result of which gets shown on the next episode. If one woman remains, well, she wins by default. If everyone goes out (referred to in-game as a "blackout"), it's game over, and the contestant gets to leave the stage to CelineDion's version of "All By Myself". It's just that simple, really. Four games are played per episode, meaning the game is done at a pretty reasonable pace.

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This process continues for two more rounds, which can include showing off a talent, or showing another video containing more details about the contestant's personal life. If any women remain after the 3rd round, the contestant narrows it down to two (obviously, if there's only 2 or fewer left, they don't need to do anything) and then asks them one question each to determine who he'll choose. The winning woman gets to on a date to Fernando's (or Cyprus in Series 3, or the "Take Me Out Resort" in the U.S. version), the result of which gets shown on the next episode. If one woman remains, well, she wins by default. If everyone goes out (referred to in-game as a "blackout"), it's game over, and the contestant gets to leave the stage to CelineDion's version of "All By Myself". It's just that simple, really. Four games are played men play per episode, meaning the game is done at a pretty reasonable pace.



* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being episode 1) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the [[VivaLasVegas Vegas Strip]]" wasn't enough of a turn-off.

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* [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendales Dancer]]: The first U.S. episode had a contestant who pretty much ended up being one. His talent demonstration (billed by Lopez as something that would be happening on the show for the first time ever .. despite only being episode 1) turned off the one remaining person. As if saying that he would "bring ''JerseyShore'' to the [[VivaLasVegas Vegas Strip]]" wasn't enough of a turn-off.turn-off.
* HurricaneOfPuns: The hosts must be paid by how many cheesy puns and catchphrases they can spout off per show.

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