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Featuring Chris, 64, who has achondroplasia, the most common type of dwarfism, Ray is 49, an office-worker who has a learning disability, and Steve, 30, who has a facial disfigurement, Crouzon Syndrome. And postman Sam plans to ask Francesca if she will be his girlfriend.
Rock musician Daniel is dreaming of a girlfriend for Christmas. There was a lot of controversy surrounding this show when it was first introduced from newspaper companies such as The Mirror and The Guardian, due to the word 'undateable' being used in the title to describe people with mental and physical disabilities.
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