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Then, a conversation with my therapist during which she reminded me that knowing the future would take the joy out of the present really sealed the deal for me. In particular, there's one episode in Season 4 called "Hang The DJ" (already such a creepy name, like why is there a DJ who needs to be hanged? ) in which people pay to be matched with potential romantic partners by an app called — wait for it — Coach, which utilizes something called "The System." The System is essentially an all-knowing algorithm that matches people up with others using algorithms much like the ones used by the dating apps we use today.
There's just one difference: The System gives matches a link that tells them how much longer their relationship is going to last. The episode features British actors Joe Cole and Georgina Campbell.
When you both have it, you click and find how much longer you two lovebirds stay together. If you don't both click on the link in a timely fashion, the app will start downsizing on the amount of time you have left together.
Also, if you or your partner decide at the last minute that you don't want to click on the link, the app will dock you more time together still get to decide how long you're going to stay in your relationship for — even if some app tells you otherwise.
Throughout this expansion their ratio of daily active users to monthly active users has essentially stayed the same at 55%, which shows the stickiness of the product.
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