Remember when Monica Lewinksy hosted a dating show? Shipmates is the other Chris Hardwick-hosted dating show. Running for five episodes in 2003 on Fox, host Monica Lewinsky helped contestant Hayley Arp find ...Christopher Ryan Hardwick (born November 23, 1971) is an American stand-up comedian, voice actor, television host, writer, producer, podcaster, and musician.Now, for those of us who have seen Blind Date and/or Shipmates, there are a few basic premises on which we can all agree:1. It is unclear whether the producers of the show actually care if the contestants successfully make a match.The hosts, Blind Dates Roger Lodge and Shipmates Chris Hardwick, are unabashedly making fun of the contestants. With that said, it is time to take a look at our contestants: Contestant #1: The Fame Seeker The outfit: For females: silver/gold tank top, tight pair of Diesels, knockoff Prada/Gucci bag, French manicured nails, head of hair just blown out and highlighted by Frederick Fekkai, mothers diamond earrings. Single pleated black pants, just-shined Bally loafers, carefully chosen blue shirt to match eyes (the ones that remind people of Sinatra), head of hair just blown out and highlighted by Frederick Fekkai, fathers Rolex.Jonah responds immediately: rather than be the bearer of bad news, he boards a ship for Tarshish, which, as a Phoenician colony on Spain, was just about as far away as could be imagined from Nineveh.But Jonah cannot escape his aura of doom and destruction. Apparently distressed that his doomsday prediction went unfulfilled, Jonah becomes suicidal, begging God to kill him.Hardwick published a self-help book, The Nerdist Way: How to Reach the Next Level (In Real Life), with Penguin Publishing, in late 2011. Some of us date up to 5 people in one week, others only have the patience for 5 dates a year.
He is also known for performing with Mike Phirman in Hard 'n Phirm, hosting Singled Out, Wired Science, Web Soup, and Nerdist Podcast, and as the voice of Otis in Back at the Barnyard, replacing Kevin James.
The characters were hilarious and were people you could relate to.
This was a quality show that was taken off the air too soon.
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