In high school and college, my dates often consisted of the following:
1) Go out to dinner
2) Browse video store for like 30 minutes, trying to decide on a movie to see
3) Watch movie at whoever's house contained no parents
I have fond memories of browsing the video store. Going through each wall of videos, hoping something would spark our mutual interest. Making fun of that Britney Spears movie where she's inexplicably valedictorian of her high school. Then finally, selecting a movie and rushing home eagerly to watch it.
Netflix killed that experience. Now you have to decide on a movie days in advance. That instant gratification is lost, especially since their instant movie selection pretty much sucks.
I don't know what kids do on dates these days. Don't tell me. They probably don't have dates anymore. They probably just farm together on Facebook.