Studs dating show
Former host of Card Sharks and Sale of the Century, the late Jim Perry opened an episode of Studs in 1991 due to its host De Carlo being a former contestant on Perry's show Sale of the Century in the 80s at the time.Although Studs has earned high ratings among young viewers and was fairly popular during its run, it was cancelled in 1993 in order to make room for a new late night talk show debuting on the FOX network called The Chevy Chase Show, for which it had a short-lived run from September 7 to October 1, 1993. In Britain, it aired on its channel Sky One in 1992 while being heavily promoted.Studio 6, FOX Television Center, Los Angeles, CA A board game was once released by TDC Games, Inc. However, the show was considered unsuccessful in that country; The Sunday Times even reported the show along with Chances and E Street as "all did poorly with UK viewers".In New Zealand, the show was screened late weeknights on TV2 in the early 90s.
Then they go on TV and all three of the guys (or girls) are given quotes from the three they dated and have to pick who said what. Also he kept things from getting TOO nasty if one date went terribly wrong (although those were the funniest).They alternated turns with different questions and, like with the ladies, their job was to decide which Stud best fit each question (either him or his opponent).After each Stud gave an answer, the ladies altogether announced the correct Stud.A correct match won a heart and the right to match one of the two remaining statements to another girl for an additional heart.Each Stud played three questions, for a maximum of six hearts.