It's no secret that we are absolutely loving having Take Me Out back on our TV screens on Saturday nights – where else can you get cringe chat up lines and awkward excuses for dodging potential dates?
Tonight (April 22) was no exception, and Paddy McGuinness kicked off proceedings with a rather (ahem) cringe Harry Potter impression, for some reason, though the magic paid off for first lad Ricardo.
Our night's first dater, who eats a lot – how else did he get that enviable figure? – struck it lucky after bagging himself a date, though many viewers were more interested in his… derriere.
Next dater Charlie, from York, is a man of many names, working in a chocolate factory under the name Ben, and is also known as the Chaz Man:
Has "Chaz man" borrowed his dads shirt for the show? #TakeMeOut- Al (@booobiesweets) April 22, 2017
Though things took a turn for the awkward when one of the ladies didn't know where York was:
While next dater Harry looked the part for a date, his talent for waking up in a dog bed after a night out was anything but smooth:
Harry’s talent is waking up in bed with a dog. Perfect practice for #TakeMeOut 👀- Mitten d'Amour (@MittenDAmour) April 22, 2017
Forget leaving your light on he couldn't find his way to your bed and will bother your dog instead #takemeout- Rob Gilbert-Warsop (@robpw2) April 22, 2017
He later double-crossed poor Cara-Jane, leading her to think that she was going to Fernandos, even though she was his love at first light. It's safe to say people were not impressed:
So his love at first light was Cara-Jane but picked the other girl 🤔🤔 #TakeMeOut- Cara (@Cara_lennon94) April 22, 2017
Though his cringe chat up line about what supermarket the girls would be got a lot of love:
In the end, it was another Harry that was on peoples' lips this evening, with poor Philippa just wanting to show off her love of the boy wizard:
Is this girl serious bringing Harry Potter into every sentence 😂 #TakeMeOut- Paul Maylor (@paul_maylor) April 22, 2017
It's alright, Philippa, we hear you.
Take Me Out airs on ITV.
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