Tv dating show the choice
When animals attacked, aliens were autopsied and women competed like cattle at the county fair to marry strangers they’d been told were millionaires? It’s Fox’s “The Choice,” a parody of NBC’s singing competition “The Voice,” that spins those swivel chairs to find not singers, but dates for C-list guys — sorry, “eligible celebrity bachelors” — whose first decisions are made sight unseen.
Most of the overcaffeinated female contestants look as if they could have bounced over from “The Bachelor” mansion, and no one’s promising more than a date, so “The Choice” is a low-risk, low-reward proposition.
If the celebrity likes what he hears, he can pull his "love handle" — yes, Fox is really calling it that — and spin his chair around to see his potential mate face-to-face.
In another caveat reminiscent of if two celebs pull their love handle at the same time (wait until the content crusader groups get a load of that), it's the single who gets to choose which celebrity they want to hang with.
Paul “DJ Pauly D” Del Vecchio is among the quartet of guys featured in Thursday’s premiere, and if you love him on MTV, there’s no reason you won’t love him on “The Choice.” The other chairs are occupied by actor Jason Cook (“General Hospital”), rapper/actor Romeo (no longer so Lil’) and champion skier (and, very briefly, Philadelphia Eagle) Jeremy Bloom.
"The Choice" competition begins with four celebrities sitting in rotating chairs -- a la "The Voice" -- starting with their backs to the singles hoping to score a date.
Brennan and Booth interrogate a family member with a shocking confession that leads them to a motive for the victim's murder.
Meanwhile, Brennan has a difficult time accepting her father's (guest star Ryan O' Neal) offer to babysit their infant daughter because of his unpredictable presence in her own childhood.
Each celebrity bachelor will eventually pick three women — which is when teams enter a "Speed Choice" round, and contestants must convince her celeb why she should be in the final round.
Two contestants per celeb are left for the final round, in which they'll be asked to answer a question.