Browse our picks. Some of our favorites stars share the women's stories that they turn to for inspiration and motivation during Women's History Month and beyond. Watch the video. Title: Dating Games The gang bickers about the limits and possibilities of the dating game. For James, that's the cue to devise a ludicrously 'improved' version of a TV dating game he nearly got to star-present in Europe, now assisted by Luther and Robin.
June and Mark are obsessed with a reality dating show, and Chloe convinces June to go out there and actually get in the game herself. But when Chloe and June end up asking the same guy out, they get sucked into their very own pseudo dating show, with James orchestrating various dating challenges as they compete to win this guy's affection. June is a Midwestern girl with big dreams when she moved to New York. She is hired at a coffee shop and things go slowly until she meets Chloe, who on the outside seems nice and inviting, but secretly is a swindler who takes June's savings and spends it. However, June is smarter than that and retaliates by selling all of Chloe's furniture.
You can learn a lot about people from their favorite television programs. TV viewing involves spending a lot of time with fictional characters and more or less forming relationships with them. Who we choose to spend our time with says a lot about our own personalities. With that in mind, here are the current standings for my 50 favorite shows of all time.
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