90s dating game shows
It (was) that time of the year again: Valentine's Day!In honor of this holiday, I am going to dedicate this week's article by counting down the top five greatest dating game shows of all time.However, if the other contestant rejects the main contestant’s baggage, the date is off and the main contestant is sent off the stage.This is the best dating game show I have seen in the past two decades since Love Connection during the 90’s with host Chuck Woolery.
She later met and married Justin, "a beautiful rock star" who performs in a band called Bullet Boys and Hollywood Roses, a Guns N' Roses cover band. "Maybe one day I'll take his picture," she joked.
The game is played in four rounds, with each round revealing a different piece of baggage for each contestant and the main contestant eliminating one the three other contestants in rounds two and three.
In the fourth and final round, the main contestant revealed their secret to the chosen contestant by opening their large baggage which contains the main contestant’s secret.
Here’s how the game was played: Two men, appropriately called the “studs”, would go on three separate dates with three women.
On the episode after the dates, De Carlo would ask the ladies question pertaining to their date before they when on the air.
In the case that both guys chose the right woman, the guy with the most stuffed hearts won the game and the all-expense paid date.