The First Dates restaurant is setting the table for more hopeful singles, in the UK version of this romantic favourite. Who'll go home happy?
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Final: Will Ryan's unique chat-up lines laugh aspiring embalmer Kerry into bed? How will nervous Mark react when free spirit Sophia reads his palm?
Can Jayden hide his Don Juan ways from Isabel? Will estate agent John give Sarah, who's deaf, the butterflies in the stomach she's hoping for?
New Season: Sparks fly between dancers Frankie and Muhala. Kate and Liam have a lot in common, but how will she score their date's 'fun level'?
Computer programmer Andrew has been single for over a decade. Will he click with old-fashioned romantic Sarah? And Kenny and his biceps James and Andrew are back in the restaurant.
DJ Terry Turbo is back and he says he's changed his Jack-the-lad ways. Are Ben and Gary's dates more interested in each other? Model Rochelle's looking for love that's more than skin-deep.
Talkative primary school teacher Sarah-Jayne is looking for her Prince Charming, but would Martin shave off his beard for her?
There's a theme of second chances in this episode, with diners returning to the First Dates restaurant hoping not to repeat past mistakes.
Can metrosexual Jon find headstrong Mancunian Regan's soft side? Playboy Mustafa believes every girl would like to marry him. And opinionated heavy metal fan Dan returns to the restaurant.
Returning: Series one favourite Rajan returns to the First Dates restaurant, hoping to be fourth time lucky. Will his chat-up lines impress Corinne, who has a history of meeting all the wrong men?
Final: Ed is young and well-spoken and is meeting the equally inexperienced Purdey, who tries to hide her 'crazy' personality. Could this be first love for the pair of them?
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