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Pluto, so near and yet so far. Sort of like good television..

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2015-08-02T18:17:41.064Z
Looks like fun. The personality of the presenters will have to carry the show over any bum interview targets, though.
Reviewed: 2016-11-29T20:32:39.220Z
Reviewed: 2016-11-29T20:32:39.220Z
Lots of setup, a bit of character development. It might be fun to watch.
Reviewed: 2015-08-25T17:10:34.455Z
Clearly a slick production and an engaging topic. What's unclear is how the characters proposed would hold up in an episodic treatment.
Reviewed: 2015-08-25T17:10:34.455Z
This is fun. Well done.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T19:18:59.609Z
Thanks for taking the time to watch, we're glad you enjoyed it!2015-08-11T16:14:23.187Z
The actors are very good. But I Just. Don't. Get. It. What is this show about? Is it a mystery about the stickies on the map?
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T19:18:59.609Z
While this is a very funny 2 minute piece.. What's the idea for an episodic TV show? Next week on "Throng": ..... crickets
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T19:08:17.121Z
Not very kind...2015-10-06T05:43:13.603Z
Excellent production. And the idea seems robust enough to turn into episodes. For the slow readers, though, the texts shown early on really need to stay on-screen longer.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T19:08:17.121Z
Having people humiliate themselves may work on Japanese TV, but that's only funny because the language difference makes it absurd. This.. this is mean-spirited. No.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T18:58:55.303Z
You're right. This is mean spirited. But that's the gag. What should we be any different than the Japanese?2015-08-03T03:55:28.128Z
Feels like the opening of Al Capone's Vault - lots of hype and nothing but. If this is truly reality and not staged pieces, then one would think that it'd be a short series if they *actually* found something of value.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T18:58:55.303Z
Thanks for your feedback!2015-08-08T17:12:28.010Z
Continuous shots of bickering brothers... what else would the show contain? One joke is insufficient to flesh out a show (unless you luck out with actors suiting the role ala Three's Company)
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T18:45:06.044Z
2015-08-03T03:55:38.117Z
This is goofy. I sort of like it. I wouldn't watch it religiously (ha), but with the right characters (and the lady ain't bad), this could have promise.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T18:45:06.044Z
While the acting here leaves something to be desired (the opening scene comes off as needlessly cruel), the premise of "1000 dates" does lend itself to episodic delivery. Sort of like a "Quantum Jump" - each episode different due to the new characters encountered.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T18:30:26.836Z
2015-10-06T05:48:22.696Z
I'm lost. Did these people volunteer to do this? Was it their own idea? Were there initial groundrules which they now realize are failing them? This whole things makes no sense without context. Watching people get mad at one another really doesn't make for good TV.
Reviewed: 2015-08-02T18:30:26.836Z
2015-10-06T05:52:58.525Z