The series premiered on January 22, for a limited trial run, primarily on Tribune's own group of stations ; it later expanded to full national syndication for one season, airing from September 9, to September 5, , with reruns continuing on some stations until The show was hosted by Annie Woo who also served as co-producer. The show itself was a fast-paced variant of The Dating Game in which 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. Each of the four prospective dates were introduced one at a time, with the bachelorette knowing their names but not what they looked like as they stood behind a screen that only showed their silhouette. The bachelorette would ask each of the four men a question, and based on the answers they gave selected one to eliminate from the round.
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. In the Final Bzzz!
For the first taped show maybe twoThe Final Bzzz! In later shows after the opening, Wood would read a viewer submitted question about the show. She would then present the answer in a variety of ways that were or weren't seen before. Hollywood Center Studios.
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Contents [ show ]. Categories :. Without looking at them, Hull gradually eliminated three of the six contestants based on the answers to his questions.
The more their answers matched, the more expensive their grand prize of a trip would be. Averaging three million viewers a nightStuds was a brief phenomenon when it was syndicated on Fox affiliates.
Two male contestants went on one-on-one dates with each of the three female contestants before taping.
Bzzz. is the fast-paced, 90's dating game show in which contestants search for a mate and compete in a game of compatibility to win a dream date. "It's the Game Show where reactions speak louder than words!" Season 1. 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. Round 1 Edit 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. The five-day-a-week syndicated successor to the popular CBS game show, where two could compete to match fill-in-the-blank phrases with those of the celebrities/10(21).
Three men or women competed to best guess the answers the main contestant went with in the same dual-choice questions they were given. It was considered a rip-off of the raunchy Studs before it was even screened by critics.
In this one which replaced Night Gamesthree close friends of one contestant attempted to find their friend the ideal date by questioning three candidates. 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.