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They was the perfect balance of love, lust, bad one-liners, and humiliation. I'm surprised my mom let me watch all of these as obsessively as I did. From digging through a stranger's underwear drawer to “nexting” someone at first sight, these were train wrecks we couldn't stop watching. Based on who he had the best date with (and who had the biggest breasts), he would choose to date their daughter. I seriously think MTV was screen testing Charity to be the original Snooki.Lucky for you, I'm going to help you relive all those amazing moments. In case you're wondering, they did always make it way more weirdly sexual than it needed to be. The parents interview candidates to date their son or daughter.The segment began with the prime contestant describing themselves to the audience.They would usually explain a hobby that they enjoy and what they like and dislike in a person, often chiding that they would "next," a person if they had this attribute.During each date, the parents and the current partner watch and comment, often antagonistically, as the date unfolds on television.

The version which aired February 2006, differs from its premiere on MTV's Spring Break 2005 in March.First, one of the three is picked to leave before the other two.Then the child chooses between the two remaining potential partners, commenting what they liked from the remaining parent's choice and from their current boyfriend/girlfriend.The whole process often results in unpleasant behavior from the two who were eliminated.The X Effect is an American relationship-based reality television show created by Douglas Tirola, Teresa Sorkin and David Allan.They generally were expressed in a humorous style, often with various pop-culture references.