Dating choice games
She wants a mixed-race man with a quirky dress sense, toned body and a pert posterior - and is greeted by eight men matching that description.
Next week sees 24-year-old Essex man George digitally design his ideal woman - long blonde hair and slim - but he warns she better make a good first impression because he will dump the one whose personality doesn't match their perfect looks.
'However with looks out of the equation our singleton will have to work hard to uncover the personality they’re most attracted to.
In Japan, dating sim characters are referred to as “capturable” -- whether that means you capture their hearts or their bodies depends on the game.
But you’ll need to focus, as playing the field can result in an unsatisfying ending, and no one likes that.
Let the bachelorette continue alternating between contestants, asking questions. Each actor should answer the questions based on his occupation. When a farmer contestant is asked what he would plan for a first date for example, he might include things like milking cows and perhaps killing chickens for dinner.
End the game when one actor’s performance has clearly stood out.
Have the audience yell out suggestions for the suitor’s professions.
Remember that although an obscure profession may sound funny, it has the potential to lack humor when no one knows what it is.
That's exactly the premise of Channel 4's new dating show Game of Clones, which gives one singleton the chance to specify their ideal mate's physical traits - including everything from hair style, height and build to eye colour.
They are then presented with the 'clones' - who meet every detail to perfection - before who living with and dating them for a week before picking their favourite.
Pick a profession for each actor from the suggestions.