The concept of a competition that tests an obscure or unusual skill has been stretched to its limit with shows from “Skin Wars” (about body-painting) to “Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge.” And the dating, real estate and survival genres have all lately tried to achieve addition by subtraction — by forcing cast members to take off their clothes. But the nudity is dispensed with so quickly that one begins to forget why this is a show at all.
VH1’s “Dating Naked,” which began last night, paradoxically gains little from its conceit — that contestants must choose one of three suitors while they’re all in the altogether. Mention is made, early on, to everyone’s vague discomfort with the situation (no one knows where to look!
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), but the show takes weirdly little advantage of the fact that it could potentially strip away the rhetoric and pretension around dating shows.
The nudity, indeed, turns out to be the least interesting aspect of the show.
A news story broke that he went skinny dipping in the Sea of Galilee in Israel while on a GOP political junket.
More than 20 other GOP lawmakers and staffers also went into the water in different stages of dress and undress. In a 2006 Roper poll, 25% of adult Americans admitted to having skinny dipped in mixed company.
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Dating, real estate, cooking competitions, backwoods survival — after a certain point, there’s nothing new under the sun.
New Jersey, as a setting, is home to shows as thematically varied as “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” “Cake Boss,” “Jersey Couture” and any number of “Jersey Shore” spinoffs (most recently TV Guide’s “The Sorrentinos”); other regions-as-genres have included Atlanta and, for a strange stretch of time, Dallas.
This show has what appears to be a fairly limited budget and a killer hook — why doesn’t it just embrace what it is?