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The show featured young people talking extremely bluntly about what they wanted in a potential mate and what they didn't, and some of them were quite cruel.
made headlines around the world after a 20-year-old female contestant famously rejected a man who asked her if she'd go bike riding with him on a date, to which she replied: "I'd rather cry in a BMW [than laugh on a bicycle]." The "BMW" incident and a number of other high-profile stunts on the show, many of which revolved around the male contestants' wealth or lack thereof eventually led to government intervention.
Ugly, or otherwise unappealing, guys are often rejected by most or all of the women quite quickly.
Episodes of the show from the first half of 2013, for example, racked up more than 8 million plays on Youku, one of China's online video streaming websites.Viewers in China can stream the show online or just catch it when it's on TV.Outside China, the show is also broadcast with subtitles in Australia.(非诚勿扰) is a television dating game show on Jiangsu Satellite Television, one of China's most popular TV networks.The show's title, directly translated to "if you're not serious, then don't bother me," reflects the direct and to-the-point attitude that has made the program so popular since it first debuted in early 2010.
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