Would you date Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch or Eddie Redmayne?
If you said "yes" faster than you can spell "cumberbitch," take a breath. Because as Cranston explained during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, dating ain't what it used to be.
He should know, too, since he worked for a dating service in L.A. many yeas ago. "Before the online companies of dating, and all that sort of thing, you actually had to go into an office," he said on Friday's show. "This company was called Great Expectations, and it was actually very, very successful. They would match people up. Basically, you would go in, take a picture and you would write out a profile of who you are, and then you would have a sort videotape so that men or women can watch someone and go, 'I like the feel of this person. This feels genuine.'"