This was where the remaining players got involved in that question, and the Picker chose who to keep.This round ended when three contestants were "kept", or enough players were "dumped" to leave three. To start, one contestant, called "The Picker", walked onto the set in front of the contestants in the "Dating Pool" while blindfolded just so he/she wouldn't see.

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For every match made, the finalist(s) with the correct answer moved up one space.

The first finalist to reach the winner's circle where the Picker was standing won the date with him/her.

"Dumped" contestants were not shown to the Picker as in the first round, but were instead marked with some sort of prop, such as a toilet seat around the neck, a bag with a sad face on it on the male player's head, or a pageant sash labeled "Dumped".

If two contestants were kept or if there were three or four players remaining, the next question was dubbed "The Final Cut".

She hosted her own self-titled talk show and starred in the sitcom 'Jenny' before joining 'The View' as a co-host in 2013.—most recently appearing on the cover of the magazine's July/August 2012 issue—as well as in advertisements for companies like Candie's.

She's also made several TV and film appearances, including the film , this time airing on VH1, later that year.

") to stunt-oriented questions (example, hitting a paddle ball a number of times, with the female host relaying the potential date's performance to the Picker).

If the Picker was happy with the answer or performance, he/she would "keep" the contestant, advancing them to the final round; if not, he/she would decide to "dump" the contestant, knocking him/her out of the game.

The contestant who received that ticket automatically advanced to the next round.