Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series.
The dating game has been around in one version or another since the late ’60s. There was the host with the classic, big-teeth smile and pompadour, the hopeful single looking for a match and the three contestants sitting behind a screen, each trying to come up with some clever way to differentiate him- or herself from the other two contestants.
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