I'm not sure if anyone ever enjoyed body painting, but it was always one of the cringe-worthy "ice-breaking" dates that two strangers were forced to go on in a given episode, along with skydiving, go-kart driving, and kite-flying.
While not the best, it certainly isn't the worst ("Rendez-view" anyone? The premise has a guy and girl out on the town for a date.
This contrast comes wrapped in a conversational, deceptively genial delivery, with just brief moments of clowning. With his famous Boston accent and great insight into human nature, Steve is so thoroughly Bostonian that he merits his own stop on the MBTA Green Line.
Clarke is also unpredictable in a very good way on stage — you don’t know where he’s going to go next. Steve learned his craft at the world famous Ding Ho Comedy Club, where he performed with Lenny Clarke, Denis Leary, Jay Leno, and more.
long), several other shows have tried to carve out their own space in the genre.
Touting premises like chaining love interests together and offering contestants the chance to date fake Prince Harry, many of these shows carried promise.