Venue Details

ACME Hollywood
135 N. La Brea Hollywood, CA 90036
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4.9 / 5 Rated by 20 members
JonnyG.
Review from JonnyG.
Red Velvet 520 events 36 reviews

This show is a blast. Mr. van Straaten is terribly funny and quick. Fun, professional format...this is not another Desperate Actor Showcase or cliquey/in-joke/smartaleck/hipster improv bore in LA...great value for great comedy, charming romantic...continued

reviewed Feb 02 2011 report as inappropriate
Chubsy Ubsy
Review from Chubsy Ubsy
Red Velvet 46 events 14 reviews

Was lots of fun! Mr Van Straaten witty equivocating is hysterical and he keeps this show jumping as he did it's predecessor "What's My Line"
Henry Winkler was wonderful and the rest of the panel advocates gave great performances as well. One...continued

reviewed Feb 16 2011 report as inappropriate
Marylyn
Review from Marylyn
28 events 13 reviews

My personal favorite would be the stand-up comedian who got the ball rolling. Jody I think was her name. She was uproarious, witty and fun.

The show was good. I especially like Mr. Van Straaten. He's an excellent host. Fast to respond with...continued

reviewed Mar 23 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

Celebrity panelists change weekly and have included Dick Cavett, Margaret Cho, Drew Carey, Jeff Garlin, Eve Plumb and more.

Description

J. Keith van Straaten hosts this new hybrid panel/dating show with special celebrity guests and real singles looking for love.

A panel of three people — two who know the single person well and one celebrity who has never met the person — interrogates potential suitors in an effort to find a match for him/her. The matched pair wins a meal at a local restaurant and goes on a real date! How did our panel do? Come back next week to find out! 

Unlike other dating shows from the last 30 years, The Fix-Up Show promises civility, with no humiliation, objectifying, drunken seduction, or having to eat bugs to prove one’s affection. It’s a dating show where the participants have an actual chance of finding a good date. It’s all real, spontaneous, and fun for all. 

It’s the kind of show you could bring your mom to —or fix her up on. Old and young, gay and straight all are given a chance to find a match on The Fix-Up Show.

All guests are scheduled to appear and subject to change without notice.

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