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What has been most impressive about TG4's own programming is the fact that they consistently prove that while production budgets are obviously important, it's ideas that really count and the charmingly bonkers dating show Pioc Do Ride (Pick My Ride) is a perfect example.
Presented by a suitably mischievous Aine Goggins, the idea is a simple yet ingenious combination of cars, snooping and dating, with a rather deliciously cruel twist.
Dating sim Mystic Messenger is blowing up, simulating the too-real experience of falling in love with mysterious people online.
It's a relatable otome ("maiden") game in which, brilliantly, anime boys -- and one girl -- interact with you over a fake chatroom and text messages.
We've all become used to increasingly cruel dating shows on English telly, but this was infinitely better; not out of any sense of cruelty - well, maybe just a little bit - but because it was, in its own very weird and very Irish way, a classic example of how many Irish young fellas are, basically, dopes who would rather put money into improving their motor than bringing a girl out for dinner.
That incident managed to attract the ire of the professionally offended, who said the whole episode was demeaning and insulting to women, but let's be honest, nobody on the programme looks like they're taking themselves, or the show itself, too seriously.
In order to be accepted, a potential dater must be rated as beautiful, and the site itself boasts thousands of people rejected for not being pretty enough. “We got suspicious when tens of thousands of new members were accepted over a six-week period, many of whom were no oil painting,” managing director Greg Hodge told The Guardian.
And it doesn’t end there — last year, 5,000 people were kicked off the site after Christmas when they appeared to have gained some weight. Upwards of 30,000 “ugly” people were let in the door, many of whom were then kicked out, costing the site tons of cashola.
It was hard for the average Dublin smart ass to snigger at something as apparently ridiculous as an all-Irish TV channel when they became the first broadcaster in Britain or Ireland to show programmes like Curb Your Enthusiasm, Survivor and, of course, the greatest and most underrated TV show of all time, OZ.
One contestant gets to root through the cars of three potential suitors to gain an insight into their personality before making their choice.
But that's only half the battle, because then the lucky car owner gets to decide whether to take ¤250 for a night out or, instead, they can kick that person to touch and use the cash on a voucher for Pit Stop tyres.
Oh, by the way, the virus was called “Shrek,” after the animated ogre who proves that looks don’t matter. Swedes are the most represented nationality on the site, as are Norwegians.
Brits, Irish and Americans, apparently, need not apply.
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Lulzsec, for example, is credited with cracking the CIA’s site (and no, not the Culinary Institute of America) as well as PBS’ website.