Fool Around With


Fool Around With

"Fool Around With" is a British reality TV show, where four women or men are locked up together with a single person, who tries to determine which of the four contestants is also single; the other three contestants have boyfriends or girlfriends. If the lone single person figures out which of the four contestants is also single, the person wins £10,000.

The series airs on Channel 4, and every episode has a unique name, such as "Fool Around With the Cheeky Girls", "Fool Around With Fran", "Fool Around With Nadia", "Fool Around With Humple Dennis", etc. One of the more memorable contestants on the show was The Cheeky Girls, who failed to find out who was the true single.The show has also been broadcast in Sweden on TV400.

Channel4 planned new episodes of "Fool Around With" during 2007 after the successful first season.

External links

* [http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/816027?view=cast/ cast fool around with]
* [http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/816027?view=transmission/ article]
* [http://www.channel4.com/entertainment/tv/microsites/F/foolaround/index.jsp/ About fool around with Channel4 homepage]
* [http://www.channel4.com/entertainment/tv/microsites/F/foolaround/story/index.jsp?page=34/ Fool around with additional info Channel 4 homepage]
* [http://www.tvkanaler.se/p/20061116/8345638/ Info of fool around with Swedish broadcast]
* [http://www.channel4.com/entertainment/tv/microsites/F/foolaround/story/story.jsp?id=48/ Info from Channel4]


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