The Blind Date Guide to Dating by Frank Thompson

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Love watching car wrecks but don't want to be in one? Then you will love The Blind Date Guide to Dating. It's the book that covers everything you ever wanted to know about love, dating, and the hottest show on television today.

The Making of Blind Date--Learn all about the show, from how to get on it to the editing process to the writing of all your favorite characters, such as Therapist Joe, Sarcastic Sid, Dr. Date, and Mr. Mean

Sexiest Hot Tub Moments--Get a behind-the-scenes look at the favorite destination of all the crazy blind-daters, plus etiquette tips for when it's your turn. Hint: Make sure the bubbles are not your own

What You Didn't See--Because the dates don't stop when the cameras turn off, we will show you the material that was just too hot for the networks.

Hot Dating Tips--Great tips on how not to be as clueless but definitely have as much fun as the wild blind-daters.

Therapist Joe--That's right, he is a real person, and in his special sections, he answers all the questions you wanted to know, and some that you didn't about relationships, from the one-night stand to tying the knot.

The Best and Worst of Blind Date--From love connections to blind date meltdowns, all the crazy Blind Date moments that you can't look away from and can't believe happened.


About Frank Thompson

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Frank Thompson is one of the producers of Blind Date and has written seventeen books along with numerous articles for The San Francisco Chronicle, The Miami Herald, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The San Antonio Express, and The Boston Globe. He has also written, directed, produced, and appeared in a number of documentary films. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
Published April 1, 2011 by St. Martin's Griffin. 209 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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"Although other traditions from [the 18th century], like public whippings and witch burnings, have virtually died out... the cruel spectacle of the blind date lives on," asserts Thompson, a

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This book is partly an accompaniment to the show and partly a jokey guidebook, filled with silly dos and don'ts culled from the experiences of those who've been on the show.

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