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Of all the weird and wonderful things that came out of the 1970s, the fact that Chuck Barris had a hit with "The Gong Show" may have topped them all.The TV producer and pop songwriter — who later claimed to have been a CIA assassin in his daffy memoir, "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," which became a movie in 2002 — died at 87 on Tuesday at his home in Palisades, New York.According to historian and University of Kansas professor Beth Bailey, the word "date" was first used in the late 1800s in lower-class communities to signify an act of prostitution.By the time the word made it into middle-class usage in the early 20th century, dating began to look a lot more like it does now: two people doing some sort of activity together with the possibility of a romantic outcome.It was still an economic exchange — men, after all, were still footing the bill — but the trade-off for dollars spent was companionship, not (necessarily) sex.In the 1920s and ‘30s, the concept of "dating and rating" — in which a woman's popularity, or rating, was determined by the amount of dates she had and the quality of men they were with — took hold on college campuses.Sure, it's hard to measure up to a legend like that, but one really appreciates the great work Combs did when you see how easily Richard Karn and Louie Anderson fucked the show up. CLICK HERE to see a clip of Ray hosting the feud with a charming family of Samoans.
What many folks don't know is that early in his career, Stein was actually a speechwriter for Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. Ray Combs had the unenviable task of taking over "The Family Feud" from Richard Dawson.
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Jenny casually gyrates on a guy wearing a straw hat, while a woman in a masquerade mask is paraded in front of the group by a man in a Cupid costume, complete with saggy white briefs. When it premiered in 1995, it was nothing like any show that had preceded it. The setup was simple, but seemingly supersized: 50 men compete for a chance to go on a date with one woman, and 50 women compete for a date with one man.
Dates as we know them first became popular about a hundred years ago, when courtship rituals moved outside the home and into the public arena.