Ex treme dating host
In 1995, new face in the game show world in Scott St.John was able to sell a show with three couples who are no more to come on the show and play a game and decide whether to get back together or see someone else with hundreds of dollars on the line for a exciting date, whether it be with their ex or with another couple's ex. John pulls double duty as not only the shows producer, but the shows host as well.There are many rounds to this game that it also becomes numbing.The first two rounds are played with the guys, second 2 are played with the girls and round 5 is played with both of them.While the premise sounds meh, the actual show is bleh. Scott is a great producer, but as a host....well, he's there.He doesn't rock the boat like a Bob Eubanks or Chuck Woolery, but he also doesn't annoy people like Pat Bullard does or Jillian Barbarie did on EX-treme Dating.In this round, Scott gives the ladies a statement that was asked by the guys.They have to decide if their ex said True or False.
But, if you are surrounded by two or more members of the opposite sex vying for your attention, you are probably on a reality dating show in the '00s, possibly I could go on. Body-painting companies must have really made bank during the reality dating boom.After this they play another round with the hammers, but this time the ladies have the inflatables. What's wrong with a buzzer or a sign instead of hitting someone with a lame hammer that you'd win at a local fair? Aside from that, it was just more of the same from the past rounds with an added lame dose of slang from the late 80s and early 90s.The final part of the show has the guys picking which one of the three ladies they would love to date.I would just like a format to do something different besides this. Round 2 has the guys holding inflatable hammers (don't ask me why, I don't get the relationship joke entailing hammers.) and whacking their ex with them when Scott reads a statement from one of the girls. Scott must have watched a lot of Tattletales and He Said, She Said reruns from early days GSN, since this looked like the style of questioning that they did.It's the guy's job to figure out if that statement was from his ex. Now it's time for the girls to get into the action.