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The premise of this show can be summed up as this: Blind Date extended to three days on a Carnival Cruise Ship. Sadly for Shipmates, the show's location hampers everything about the show.
There are so many more options on Blind Date to go on a date with that it makes it more interesting to watch, besides the crazy antics of the daters before ending up in a hot tub semi-naked and getting to second base without even knowing them for longer than a day. Blind Date got big because of the varied actions of the dates and also because of the daters themselves and how they reacted to the other dater.
If you love buses, you probably also love sucking on toes.
, a truly deranged show that asked the question: what happens when you chain a woman to four boring men and force them to do things like go ice skating together? The best part about this show was the Locksmith, a bodyguard-looking dude who dressed in black, wore with the woman in the video above and she just shoved dirty snow in your mouth.
It was about a woman who had to pick from 20 men who all wore frightening masks, so that they would be judged by their character instead of their looks, and it was hosted by Monica Lewinsky because presumably Kato Kaelin was busy.
Shipmates basically shows them in either one of four places: On the deck having drinks, having a meal in the dining hall, at the ship's nightclub, or when they eventually do hit the port of call, it's to have dinner at a fancy restaurant. To make the dates more interesting or more annoying, they used the same Pop-Up Video style of making jokes about the date to bring home the comedy. Not because anybody thought those pop-ups were funny at all.
And while we're on the subject of the people picked to be on this show.
Also on this show was Roger Lodge, a relative unknown nationally, but he had the sly charisma to give us a good broadcast.
Usually, this show would have two dates in one show, but if a date was really good and really juicy, it would have its own episode.