I imagined that I’d start dating, go off to college and one day tell co-host Chris Hardwick to make all the guys in tighty whities leave the building.
We all weed out dating prospects based on our own personal categories (age, height, pubic hair policy), but people can surprise you.
Be open to that, without handing out tickets to every a-hole who walks by.
They first sit at a chair with a large mirror behind so that they won't see the fifty people and choose from a big board what qualities (i.e. Then in the second round, the contestant asked the remaining amount of people (about seven) from the first round to do something that could be considered embarrassing.
In the final round, the remainder of the fifty people (three this time) need to answer questions in order to take one step closer to their potential date.
There's no such thing as a Fairy Godmother, and even if there were, you wouldn't want some old lady with a wand showing up every time you’re about to get laid.
Two contestants (first a female followed by a male) have to pick one out of fifty people for a date.
“Singled Out” always started with a controlled dating pool: 50 contestants and one picker, a ratio that’s just right.
It’s hard to be a horny fish in a pond that’s too small or too big.
If you’re afraid to argue in relationships, you risk not asking for what you want.
Learning to bicker well means communicating your needs (even if it's through catharsis), and there's always makeup sex.
Judging someone for opening up is just a wimpy way of saying you never will, and that's way more unattractive.