Out of MTV's history of storied, retroactively weird reality/contest shows, it doesn't get more bizarre, cringe-worthy, and ultimately hilarious—in a word, '90s—than its dating show Singled Out.

From 1995 to '98, Chris Hardwick, now the annoying dork behind AMC's Talking Dead, hosted the game show along with the likes of vivacious co-hosts Jenny McCarthy and Carmen Electra, giving randy college students a platform to possibly get laid. It was also lowkey a platform for them to swag out, and in our nostalgia running through clips on YouTube, we discovered Singled Out may have quietly been one of the freshest shows of the garishly dressed period. Here are 10 Reasons Why Singled Out Was the Most Stylish Show of the Decade.

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