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And though the official network season has long since wrapped and new, interim shows have launched, this is arguably the true beginning of Summer TV: the finale of the one remaining show that Everyone Is Watching, and the opening in our schedules theoretically earmarked for Going Outside.
This is after Firestone has already pelted others onstage with strange and quirky inquiries ranging from the innocuous (“How cool do you look on social media? On the surface, the scene resembles a modern version of the classic ’60s-era “The Dating Game” — with one important, post-modern twist: The singles remain in the audience while friends do their bidding onstage.
The 3-month-old “Friends of Single People” dating show is the brainchild of Firestone.
“When you have Ok Cupid, everybody’s a little strategic about it. You need that lively weirdness.” Anyone can enter the game by showing up a half-hour early and putting his or her name in one of four buckets: men seeking women, women seeking men, men seeking men or women seeking women.
Ms Swan said she was recently approached about the role after manager Alison Conn went on “a much deserved break.”“Since April of last year I’ve been working at WINS on a casual basis, so I was really happy when I was approached,” she said.
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And for the 100 or so people who showed up last month at Littlefield in Gowanus, it’s better than revisiting the rote online-dating cabinet.
But summer is TV’s weirdest, most sporadic, and, occasionally, most delightful time of year.
It belongs equally to camp classics, mindless distractions, prestige events, and showy blockbusters.
Between this and the Lonely Island–co-created alum (and G. The Social Issues Drama — or rather the proud viewer who brings it up at every damn dinner party — may be something of a punchline.
But when it’s good, it’s — and a legal drama starring John Turturro (in a part originally meant for James Gandolfini, then Robert De Niro) as a defense attorney and Riz Ahmed as his Pakistani American client on trial for murder has all the makings of a white-collar water cooler sensation.