Overview[ edit ] The show featured the same format as international versions The Dating Game and Blind Datewith a contestant determining their "perfect match" by asking three potential suitors of the opposite sex hidden behind a screen a of halesowej compatibility questions.
Each episode featured two different rounds. One featured a male asking questions of three unseen females, the other had one female asking questions of three matxh contestants. Viewers of the show could see all contestants throughout each round.
Frequently the questions—along with the answers contestants gave—aimed for comedy and were imbued with sly innuendo. After three sbow the contestant would choose their preferred partner based on the answers they had given, and would then be revealed to the contestant, both the contestant and selected match, would then win the prize of a holiday to be taken together along with a television crew.
After this the partner with the highest "compatibility score", based on responses to interview halesosen prior to the game, specially calculated by a computerized robot called Dexter, would be revealed, although this would have no effect on the game itself or the actual awarding of prizes. Each episode also included a recap of the holiday taken by an earlier couple.
The segment included footage of their weekend away, along with edited highlights of video Prague erotic club review with each individual in isolation after returning home, which would be played to the couple as they were interviewed together in the studio.
Sometimes ly unrevealed true feelings would be revealed when the video interviews were replayed. Through an oversight, Channel Ten forgot to renew his contract, so he was ed by Channel Nine who "warehoused" him.
Cameron Daddo replaced him as host of Perfect Match from to After Daddo left the series, Evans, whose contract with Nine had expired, returned to Network Ten as host for the final season. After an initial relaunch returning in now known under the UK title of Blind Date the show was again hosted by Greg Evans with Nicky Buckley serving as hostess.
Craig Huggins was the announcer who recapped each contestant with quirky one-liners. Nicky Buckley was later replaced by Swedish-born model Ankie Nordberg.
Radio broadcasters Max Rowley and Bruce Mansfield served as announcers. The original series also featured Dexter — a " robot " that supposedly mathematically calculated the compatibility of the couple, voiced by Keith Scott.
In the version, Agro partially fulfilled a similar role to Dexter in announcing the couples' compatibility scores.