Cameras are set up to show both the meeting balcony and the front door.
While being shown in the light, a contestant cannot see the other contestant's reaction.
Each contestant is standing at opposite ends of the dark room with a very large two-way mirror between them.
Christina, on the other hand, is your stereotypical reality show hot girl who says she’s looking for more but absolutely in no way, shape or form actually is.
Her pairing with Seth results in a lot of heavy petting in the dark room, but where will it lead when the lights come up?
I can’t decide if this series is actually misguided enough to think it’s helping people find true love or if it’s deeply cynical about the whole process and just is too shy to show us that. The three guys lined up for the pilot include Stephen and Seth, two fairly reliable nerd archetypes (Stephen does SAT tutoring, while Seth sets up audio-visual systems), and Allister, a charming British DJ who seems to have deep-seated psychological issues that he’s attempting to exorcise by going on a crappy dating show.