It's just like The Dating Game, only Bachelor Number Two means he's doing anal in the adult DVD The Dating Game XXX: A Porn Parody! Vegas plays the suave host, who bangs two out of the three bachelorettes, and Wylde—wearing a goofy long-haired wig—is contestant Paul Robert Davis, who “loves doing the hokey pokey and has made over 23 plastic molds of his own penis.” Among the single gals vying for a date are shy Dahlia Sky, who giggles a lot but breaks out of her shell to bang the host in his dressing room, and flirtatious Southern belle Penny Pax, who gets head from makeup/makeout artist Ash Hollywood and cock from the host.
Welcome to the funniest spoof in game-show-porn history starring Penny Pax, Bailey Blue and more, with a behind the scenes, and on-camera look at freaky makeup artists, fetish-y contestants, and a host who can't stay out of a bachelorette's pants! But it’s curvy Anikka Albrite who gets the shot at the bachelor, though not until she shares her sexual fantasy with the audience: riding a cowboy (Tommy Gunn) out in the desert.
Versatile adult thespians Michael Vegas and Danny Wylde work the silly side of the street in director Hank Hoffman’s version of the risqué 1960s game show, with double entendres and sly winks and nods replaced with hardcore pounding.
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A variation on "The Dating Game", this game show introduced a bachelor or bachelorette to three prospective dates, each of whom gave a self-introduction. See full summary » One of the classic game shows created by Chuck Barris.
In this show, a single woman would be given a choice of three bachelors whom she could talk with, but not see. See full summary » A variation on "The Dating Game", this game show introduced a bachelor or bachelorette to three prospective dates, each of whom gave a self-introduction.
The audience would select the partner they thought was the most compatible.
If the guest agreed with the audience's selection, the show would pay for the couple's first date.
Afterwards, the couple would return to the show to tell everyone whether it had been a dream date or a nightmare.
With all the reality television that was brought to us at the turn of the century, it really makes us appreciate simple shows like "Love Connection" that much more. TV has evolved into a never-ending grasp for ratings, but when this show was on, people loved it because it was fun to watch and it had an interesting setup, without the need for gimmicks to keep viewers glued to the screen.
It was light-hearted, friendly, and possibly one of the most wholesome dating shows to date.