The dating game in 1972
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A year later he did find a love connection, in the form of fellow journalist Janice Wright.
The Dating Game, créé par Chuck Barris met en vedette des célibataires.
L'émission a été diffusée pendant huit saisons, de 1965 à 1973 sur le réseau ABC.
"Well, I used to have a lot of dandruff," is not the line that typically leads to a date, but for 17-year-old Mike Sugerman, it was enough to briefly win a woman's heart on a 1972 episode of "The Dating Game." For years Sugerman has been the newsman most likely to make you laugh out loud during the KPIX evening broadcast. Sugerman's charm - and ability to avoid jokes about fertilizing a love garden - were enough to land him a date, and create these sensationally awkward moments: "We met and instantly disliked each other.
He has also built a reputation for covering the Bay Area's quirks on for KCBS (yes, he was the guy that tried to interview you on Hippie Hill during your 4/20 smoke-out). She was a spunky high school senior on her way to become a college sorority girl.