That frees him to roam the hospital in a tuxedo, checking in on the cases of his fellow surgeons, including his fiancée, Alex Reid (Erica Durance), and new arrival Joel Guran (Daniel Gillies), and occasionally kibitzing with other out-of-it patients, some of whom won’t be waking up.As strange as it sounds, it’s no stranger than some of the medical dramas we’ll be seeing next season — “Mob Doctor,” anyone?history, the dating show will give LGBTQ contestants a chance at finding their match.Fox announced earlier this year that the revival of the iconic syndicated show, hosted by Andy Cohen and executive produced by 's Mike Fleiss, would feature same-sex couples, and in an exclusive preview clip of Thursday's episode (above), the show's first-ever openly lesbian single takes the stage.The twist in this newest version of the show is that the contestant gets ,000 if he/she chooses the dater the audience selected.
Watch as they balance envious social calendars, challenging careers, and motherhood, with the hustle and bustle of the big city all around.
, hosted by Chuck Woolery, is a charming relic of the video-dating era, with singles choosing a date from three options and reporting back to Woolery how it went. Each date recap plays out like the original, with the main contestant sitting next to Andy and their date chiming in via video chat.
On the episode, contestant Liz Baxter sits in the hot seat as one of her blind dates details what went down when she was "approached" by a male waiter at a restaurant while the two were dining together.
The groundbreaking episode also sees one of Baxter's matches coming out as gay to her family on national television.