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The show isn’t for everyone, it fits a certain demographic and a certain audience, there’s no point in wishing for people who aren’t going to be part of it.’ 5 It takes longer to film than you might think – with the current series having been shot over a period of three months.

6 Eden and Lady Nadia don’t actually attend the dates – which means that they can sometimes get a bit of a surprise about the previous night’s events.

‘Since series three I’ve had a lot of DMs from verified accounts on Twitter saying “I love the series, how can I get involved?

” and I tell them series four is coming soon, as soon as it’s announced get your representation in to speak to Channel 4/Lime, and we’ll all sit down and have a conversation about it.’ 2 And yes, they do favour a certain type of celebrity.

So they’re just really venues that would work for filming.’ 9 There are some stipulations though – the venue has to be a decent size to fit in all the production team – and it’s got to be a place where everyone feels happy.

As Eden explains: ‘It has to be somewhere you feel incredibly comfortable, and where all the crew can fit their cameras and equipment.’ 10 There’s a whole lot of stuff that you don’t see on TV – with the dates lasting longer than you might think.

They’re a couple of hours I think, however long a regular date would be – there’s drinks, there’s dinner, there are obviously breaks during that as well – and sometimes they have to change lighting and different angles,’ Eden points out.

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The emphasis was on understatement and taste: the show used title cards in place of establishing shots, was one of the first sitcoms to completely dispose of the Sentimental Music Cue, had an opening theme only (with the cast credits running amid the opening sequence), and wasn't afraid to mix up highbrow wordplay and regular old humor.

In the pilot, Frasier's father Martin (John Mahoney), a down-to-earth, blue-collar, easygoing man as different from his pompous, stuffy, intellectual son as it is possible to be, is forced to move in with Frasier following his retirement from the Seattle police force after being shot in the hip, providing the setting for the rest of the show.