On this show, a bachelor and bachelorette competed against each other to win a date with a member of the opposite sex, as well as money. The bachelorette went first. Behind a screen, which she couldn't see through, were four different men, who introduced themselves to her one at a time. She then got to ask them each one question after their introduction. After the introductions, the bachelorette chose the man that she liked the least, who was set aside, but not necessarily eliminated. The bachelorette would then interview the remaining three men in detail for a total of two minutes. The bachelorette selected one of the three remaining men to interview.
In this one which replaced Night Gamesthree close friends of one contestant attempted to find their friend the ideal date by questioning three candidates.
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If they agreed, the contestant pointed out an attractive stranger on the street and Goldin would go to work on setting the two of them up. If the second stranger agreed, the two would go on a date, which would be shot and edited in the newly discovered MTV Real World Dutch angle, jump cut way. Annie Wood hosted the show where two sets of contestants considered four possible dates.
The studio audience would determine who was the guilty party after each round. Final arguments featured the litigants karaokeing to contemporary hits the show aired on MTV.
After four days, the star could decide to split the leftover money with the contestant left standing and see him or her again, or pocket all the cash. Play then moved to a table where the bachelorette sat down. In front of her were a bell and a buzzer.
One at a time, she called out a bachelor who came out and sat down for an interview with her. She had a total of two minutes to interview the men.
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The bachelorette was then asked to explain her actions, with the rejected man wearing headphones so he could not hear what she said. If the man responded in a manner that she approved of, she would ring the bell and the two would become partners. The round continued until the bachelorette rang the bell, buzzed all three men, or the clock ran out.
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In the latter two instances, the bachelorette would be forced to partner with the man she rejected in the introductions. If she made her decision before the clock ran out, any men she did not get to see was brought out and commented on his rejection. In the second half of the show, another round was played with a man trying to choose a prospective date from four women.
In Simpatico, the partners tried to earn money and win a prize package for themselves. Each partner stood on an area of the stage with a giant wall between them so they could not see each other.
Wood would hand them each a sign with the answer choices for that particular round on either side. One at a time, she would then ask five questions and the partners would answer by holding the sign so it displayed their choice.
If, however, she did like the man in any way, she rang the bell. If the bachelorette rang the bell before all the men could be questioned, she was shown the remaining bachelors she turned down.
The whole process was then repeated with a bachelor choosing from four possible bachelorettes. Once the round was finished, Round 2 then began.
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In early episodes, the bachelor went first, and the bachelorette went second. The bachelorette and her prospective mate were given a paddle that had two different answers on it.
They were both asked to go to a booth where they could not see each other's answer. After seven questions, the second couple played the round. The pair that earned the most money during this round won the game, a prize package, and advanced to the Final Bzzz.
Both pairs kept their money.