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Danny's brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas) is essentially a pimp, and his shrink (Jane Seymour) is a sexually frustrated spinster who strips her clothes off in his presence.
Neither of these things are particularly funny, yet the film keeps coming back to them in an attempt to mine a few cheap laughs.
And director James Keach and screenwriter Christopher Theo eventually forget about the romance.
To soften the blow, Leeza assures Danny that she too is a virgin, as if this news really makes getting dumped any more pleasant.
There is also a scene where Leeza laments to her father that her husband-to-be views their relationship as a “merger.” As the scene progresses and her father insists that love is only for the movies, we get a better idea of why she might blow Danny off, some useful exposition that might have proceeded the horrendous “I’m a virgin too! Unfortunately cutting that scene wasn’t the last mistake the director made.
To polish off the DVD, there’s the theatrical trailer for the film, and one for Feast of Love, The Comebacks and Blue State.
If nothing else, the DVD of Blind Dating really emulates the experience of going on a blind date: you go in with a mixture of hope and fear, you start off pleasantly surprised and then quickly fall into despair when it’s not as bad as you expected…it’s worse.
Of course, you’d have to be legally blind to pick this film off the shelf considering its blink-and-you missed-it theatrical run and that the resumes of the two headlining stars consist of smashes like Just my Luck, American Wedding and Freddy Got Fingered.