The Dating Game Show
Couples compete to answer questions about each other and singles compete and answer questions about who they would like to date. The game lasts approximately 90 minutes but can be longer or shorter if needed. Couples compete in the first half of the game and come on stage to answer questions about each other. You never know what people are going to say when asked about their significant other! Any couple is allowed to compete, they enter their names when they arrive at the event and then names are drawn to see who will compete for the prizes. At certain times there are contests to see who will get to compete in the game 4-6 Couples compete and the top 2 or 3 couples win cash prizes depending on how many couples are playing. Students write down their answers on paper and clipboards that are provided and then reveal their answers after their significant other has said what they think their partner answered. Each question is worth a certain amount of points. In the second half of the game single people compete to try and find someone to go on a date with. There are two rounds where one single person asks questions of 3 other single people whose identities they can not see. Based on the answers the singles give, the person asking the questions must choose who they would like to go on a date with. Both new couples will receive cash prizes and then decide if they want to split the winnings or use it to actually go out on a date! The game is lots of fun and there are lots of surprising twists and turns that take place throughout the game! There is a guaranteed $200 in cash prizes awarded and possibly more. If students are caught cheating or trying to give each other answers they will be disqualified.