Alas, many of the show tapes were erased (as was the standard in the day) but some of the hilarity has been preserved via some killer You Tube clips.
planted the seeds of what would become the modern reality dating show — there was the sassy bachelorette, the suitors vying for her attention, the winking double entendres, and, of course, the celebrity guest appearance.From a pre-fame Steve Martin to young Michael Jackson, a host of celebrity guests stopped by during its heyday.The player takes the role of a young woman who one day has a chance encounter with one of a number of You Tubers.The meeting leads to a job as the Internet celebrity’s assistant, with the following three conditions: 1. Jennifer Granholm about her enthusiastic speech to the Democratic National Convention may shift this week as a long-lost copy of her 1978 appearance on “The Dating Game” surfaced on You Tube.
“Let’s give a hand for the cute and curvaceous Jennifer Granholm,” the show’s host, Jim Lange says as a 19-year-old Granholm, complete with big, blonde, Farrah Fawcett-like hair comes on stage to meet her three bachelors. Y., told the Free Press he came across the footage on the Facebook page of a friend who was one of the losing contestants on the show with Granholm.
And while You Tuber may not have the same high-flying cachet as more orthodox dating simulator character professions, as the online entertainment industry grows, making Internet videos is being seen as an increasingly attractive field to work in.
As an additional surprise, the game features anime-style representations of actual human You Tubers Hajime Shacho, Avantees, Pocky, and the Charisma Brothers who have built up sizeable fanbases for their comedy and video game streaming videos.
Host Jim Lange introduces Alcala as "a successful photographer who got his start when his father found him in the darkroom at the age of 13, fully developed.
Between takes,you might find him skydiving or motor-cycling." There was something immediately off-putting about Alcala, Mills told CNN.
In "A Governor's Story, The Fight for Jobs and America's Economic Future," Granholm recounts the many challenges the state faced during her term as Governor from 2003 to 2011.