Most of the time, the dates are hilariously bad, which makes the show (and the pop-ups) all the more entertaining and funny!Air Times Syndication Check your local listings Spike TV Every Day: 12-1 AM* *Sometimes interrupted by Spike TV Movies." she asks the camera before turning it to a computer playing her just-dropped music video.Yes, this entire thing was an early April Fools' Day prank -- and yes, Chrissy Teigen totally called it.
Two couples who met on the show did get married in real life, with both weddings featured in special episodes.
A few times people ended up appearing multiple times throughout the course of the series, a spot reserved for famously and wildly unsuccessful daters like annoying Nicolas Cage-impersonating Johnny or shockingly angry and bitter divorcee Ward.
Sometimes the subtitle "Three Strikes, You're Out" would be used on a date to indicate that the person has twice before appeared on the show with unsuccessful dates and is foreshadowed to be another unsuccessful date yet again.
After a few entertainment news outlets took the bait, Lowndes revealed the whole thing was a prank in an Instagram video posted Monday afternoon.
"I know it's still the last week of March, but is it too early to say April Fools?