Dating shows from the 90s
Although the show has been undergoing recent scrutiny for how legit the show was — or wasn't — that doesn't stop how fun it was to watch a broken down car end up with a hot tub in the backseat. Clay, puppet-like versions of our favorite stars would hit the wrestling right and fight it out.
Yes, there was a time when this Simpson girl had her own reality television show, and it followed her budding music career! Looking back at it, it does sounds pretty random and unnecessary.
The popular game show was hosted by Jenny Mc Carthy, and it was basically embarrassing blind dates put on live television.
If you're like me, you would agree that this was the single most important MTV show to ever air.
And what better way to find love than by going on a reality dating show?
Programs like prove the tradition of looking for love on a TV show is still going strong.
The scripted series explored teenagers and college students in all kinds of different sexual relationships.) They were the kind of dating shows that made us scratch our heads, but kept us watching at the same time because we just couldn't look away. Each suitcase contained a secret ranging from the just plain weird (like " was pretty much the perfect guilty pleasure show.It's the ultimate "would you rather", complete with all of the worst possible outcomes.But for every success story, there is a show you almost forget existed (or one that you can't believe really existed in the first place).These are the shows like (Remember, the one where women tried to date Flavor Flav for some reason? is the Jerry Springer-hosted dating game show where three contestants would bring out suitcases representing their literal baggage.