Celebrity Dating Game: David Koechner, 58, picks life coach Tracy Sanders for a date on ABC show

David Koechner scored a date with life coach Tracy Sanders on Monday’s episode of The Celebrity Dating Game on ABC.

The 58-year-old actor best known for playing the roles of Champ Kind in the Anchorman movies and Todd Packer in NBC’s The Office began by telling the women that his ideal date would involve going to the park and going undersea. would eat sandwiches.

He asked the women to tell him about their ideal date.

Funny guy: David Koechner scored a date with life coach Tracy Sanders on Monday’s episode of The Celebrity Dating Game on ABC

Bachelorette number two, Rebecca Niamtu, a yoga teacher, caught his eye when she said he would be the ideal date to take him to her massage table and cover him with plenty of oil.

“I’m definitely leaving here with a woman, right?” David asked Zooey Deschanel, the show’s 41-year-old host.

Zooey said yes and agreed to serve as his wedding officiant and said Michael Bolton, 68, will also be singing.

David wanted to know where the roses were, but Zooey told him that was another show.

The winner: Tracy, after being interrogated by David, was picked by him to go out on a date

The winner: Tracy, after being interrogated by David, was picked by him to go out on a date

The Hosts: Michael Bolton provided musical cues and commentary while Zooey Deschanel presented

The Hosts: Michael Bolton provided musical cues and commentary while Zooey Deschanel presented

David asked the women to describe themselves in one sound.

Rebecca, the yoga teacher, said ‘om’.

Then he asked the women if they were smart and to prove it.

One sound: David asked Tracy, Rebecca Niamtu and Suzan Brittan to describe themselves in one sound

One sound: David asked Tracy, Rebecca Niamtu and Suzan Brittan to describe themselves in one sound

Michael sang a love song to the women full of clues to David’s identity, but none of them could figure it out.

Bachelorette number three, Suzan Brittan, a writer, told him she thought he was “the perfect man for me.”

David also told them that he thinks he was still single because he was too perfect.

Too Perfect: The actor also told them he thinks he was still single because he was too perfect

Too Perfect: The actor also told them he thinks he was still single because he was too perfect

He then told them that he has five children, including twins, and wanted to know what they thought about children.

“This isn’t a trick question,” David said.

Tracy, who also enjoyed performing in Diana Ross tribute shows. told him she had three kids so ‘the merrier’ before being picked by David to go on a date.

Musical clues: Michael sang a love song to the women full of clues to David's identity, but none of them could figure it out

Musical clues: Michael sang a love song to the women full of clues to David’s identity, but none of them could figure it out

Three children: Tracy, who also enjoyed performing in Diana Ross tribute shows.  told David she had three kids so the 'more the merrier' before being picked by him to go on a date

Three children: Tracy, who also enjoyed performing in Diana Ross tribute shows. told David she had three kids so the ‘more the merrier’ before being picked by him to go on a date

In the second half of the show, sparks flew between former NFL running back Rashad Jennings, 36, who played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and New York Giants, and bachelor number three Leigh Citarella, a global marketing director from Boulder, Colorado .

Rashad started the game by asking the women to describe their perfect date in three words. He also wanted to know what their biggest annoyance was.

Bachelorette number two, Parris Rose, a Connecticut entertainment writer who speaks Italian, told him that her biggest annoyance was to see people chewing food with their mouths open.

Football star: In the second half of the show, former NFL runner Rashad Jennings, 36, who played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and New York Giants, sought a date

Football star: In the second half of the show, former NFL runner Rashad Jennings, 36, who played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and New York Giants, sought a date

Rashad seemed intrigued by Leigh early on after he asked her if she’d rather find out that everyone in her family was a spy or if they were all aliens from outer space.

“I found that out about my family and it was very disturbing,” Michael joked.

Leigh said she already thought some of her family might be aliens and that it would be much cooler if her whole family were aliens.

Perfect Date: Rashad started the game by asking Diane Smith, Parris Rose and Leigh Citarella to describe their perfect date in three words

Perfect Date: Rashad started the game by asking Diane Smith, Parris Rose and Leigh Citarella to describe their perfect date in three words

She told Rashad that maybe she was a step forward, but their kids could have alien genes and that would make them the most interesting people ever.

“Have you seen the movie Aliens?” Rashad asked her.

Rashad asked them if they would rather be able to talk to animals or speak all foreign languages.

Good question: The former Dancing With The Stars champion also asked them if they'd rather be able to talk to animals or speak all foreign languages

Good question: The former Dancing With The Stars champion also asked them if they’d rather be able to talk to animals or speak all foreign languages

Bachelor number one Dianne Smith, a sales accountant just getting into tie-dying, decided she would rather speak all languages ​​because she loves to travel.

He wanted to know from Leigh whether she’d prefer her partner to be kinky or romantic.

She told him romantic because she could make a “romantic person kinky.”

The winner: Rashad wanted to know from Leigh if she'd rather her partner be kinky or romantic

The winner: Rashad wanted to know from Leigh if she’d rather her partner be kinky or romantic

Michael sang a song to the tune of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me To The Moon” to give the women clues as to Rashad’s identity.

None of the women could guess Rashad’s identity before choosing Leigh to go out on a date.

The Celebrity Dating Game returns on ABC next Monday.

Sinatra song: Michael sang a song to the tune of Frank Sinatra's 'Fly Me To The Moon' to give the women clues about Rashad's identity

Sinatra song: Michael sang a song to the tune of Frank Sinatra’s ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ to give the women clues about Rashad’s identity

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