Love Connection

Series

Love Connection

As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.

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Reality TV

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Year

1983

Season
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.
In this episode...
As in 'The Dating Game,' this show's contestant chooses from three prospective dates after seeing videotaped introductions from each. Following the date, the couple return to reveal whether it had been a disaster or if they'd made a 'love connection' (usually it was the former). The original series ran from 1983 to 1995, with a smirking Chuck Woolery as host (his catchphrase as he went to commercial: 'Back in two and two'). An updated version aired in the late '90s, with Pat Bullard hosting.