Her innocent good looks are just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger's acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in her stand-up special "War Paint. Two people are invited to an "Internet gameshow" but are separated in order to play the game.
One person is taken to a set that is made to look like a cheap Internet gameshow. I have never seen a show that degrades and demeans individuals by the host as well as the participants.
It's a sad shame that people think this show is entertaining when in fact it is shallow and lacking in any real talent for its emcee. I don't know why this girl thinks she can be so rude and callous to individuals who are looking for possible dates.
The things that she says are very hurtful and rude. Does she have trouble finding someone to ask her out?
Is this why she treats everyone with so much disrespect and callousness? I'd like to see her show up at the door and have someone rake her through the coals and see how she like it! Explore popular and recently added TV series available to stream now with Prime Video.
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Share this Rating Title: This round was eliminated beginning in the second season and four suitors are chosen before the show for the contestants to choose from, though Shlesinger's commentary was retained as an element. Once four potential suitors are chosen, the two contestants then view video dating profiles to determine based on their personality and other personal details they reveal as to which two people they will choose to go on to the third round starting with season two, the contestants' decision whom to excuse in this round and the additional eliminations shown thereafter are now only revealed once that person is announced to have been eliminated, instead of being first revealed by the contestants to Shlesinger shortly beforehand.
The group of four is cut down to two remaining potential suitors, who then will go out on dates with the two contestants. The two contestants then will decide which of the two remaining suitors will go on to go out on a one-on-one date with each of the contestants, in which the contestant has to impress their date, before the suitor decides which one of the two contestants they choose to go out on a second date.
In the first season, the contestants would travel by van to different locations in Los Angeles for the first four dates. In some episodes, the elimination from four to three contestants would take place at the location of the dates in a face-to-face encounter. In other episodes, all eliminations would take place back at the Excused house with the eliminations being announced by Shlesinger over a speaker.
The final two dates took place in the Excused house, and one of these final dates would frequently be a hot tub date. For the second season, all dates featured in each episode are taped in the Excused house; as such, all four daters are initially seen together before the first two one-on-one pairings go off on separate dates around the premises.
The series also introduced a designated "private room" within the house, that includes hidden cameras within the room, in which contestants take their dates to a more intimate setting. The show culminates with each contestant choosing whether to meet their suitor in the courtyard of the house.
The suitor will go to the courtyard and wait for his or her prospective partner to join him or her.