No really, just hear me out...it seems like everyone has an answer to this singles crisis thing (which all stems from the fact that Jews -- and let's face it, almost everyone else too -- are marrying and procreating later. So let's start an open application process. Apply with your idea, then we take seven winners and present them to Shmuley Boteach, who puts them through a series of challenges. The losers are dismissed with the show's tagline: "You have failed the Jewish people. But not as much as the single women in their 30s who 'chose' to stay single and could have had seven babies by now."
Too depressing? Maybe. But that's why you have the sympathetic, comforting presence of singles columnist Esther Kustanowitz to guide contestants through the process. And the top five receive guest posting gigs at JDaters Anonymous.
Crazy? Don't you call me crazy. Every morning I wake up and Bravo has a new reality show, including the latest one, "Flipping Out," which (until I saw a preview) I was pretty sure was about guys who go off to Israel to study for a year, come back home, and only eat Pas and Cholov Yisrael. So it's pretty possible.