We had a chance to sit down with our favorite cast member, Jaidyn Cayden, to answer all of our burning questions, like what it's like not having any sort of boundary between your vagina and a dining room chair. But then this other guy came up to me and was like, "You are meant to be on this TV show."It sounds like it was fate. So I went to the audition, and everyone else there was wearing something that said "foxy" or else had a picture of a bedazzled winking cat on it, but I showed up totally naked.
Because I knew I had to prove that I was confident enough to let world see my blurred-out vagina.
Along the way, one player could stay with the current possible mate, trade one possible mate for another, or could choose to take whoever was behind a door on either side of the set.
Sometimes when choosing the door, out would come Bert Dinkel (in case of the guy, he became Fern Dinkel); if that happened, that player was out of the game and another player stepped in.
A correct match earned the couple (for a maximum total of 0) and matching on four questions invited the couple back on Friday's show for a trip to Jamaica.
On Friday shows, the couples who made the required four matches were entered in a drawing.
A typical question would go like this: "Me or Not Me, I've eaten a bug." or like this "Me or Not Me, I never got along with my parents." Like in the first round, the idea was to match answers with each other and the couple with the most matches won the game and advanced to the bonus round.
In the bonus round, host Walberg read true/false questions to the winning couple and each correct answer won .
After the partner gave his/her answer, the mate whom the question was about announced the answer he/she gave beforehand.
Probably when Luke told me that I had Cheet-o dust on my vagina. Yeah but only because I had told everyone I was doing South beach diet. Yes, I saw Jayson's sphincter cut a banana in half. Yeah, and he was supposed to keep it up there as part of the challenge.
What was the most romantic thing that happened to you on the show?
You'd think that with a show called "Dating Naked," you'd get to know the contestants and their most intimate skin tags right off the bat.
But there's so much more than what meets and possibly traumatizes the eye. I was at Big Ball Hal's and this one guy was trying to kick me out for showing everybody the WSU tattoo I use to hide the scar from my c-section.