The game on a dating show
The gimmick: a young female questions three males, hidden from her view, to determine which would be the best date.Sometimes the process was switched, with a male questioning three females. Windows and Mac players should hear this automatically, but Linux players may need to install the 'espeak' command on their system before playing! Made in Ren' Py Windows users: Download folder. Inside, run Yum Yum Dating to play Mac Users: Download folder. Note: The game ends with an Oscar-winning performance by the self_voicing robot. Barris, who served as producer, would soon follow that with The Newlywed Game, where newly married couples were probed about how well they knew each other and "makin' whoopee."But Barris' main achievement was as host and creator of The Gong Show, an unpredictable, anti-talent show that tested the limits of good taste with absurd humor and often controversial acts as well as mainstay "talent" like the Unknown Comic and Gene Gene the Dancing Machine.Guests who were deemed unfit for television were "gonged" off the show by Barris. The boys are whittled down until there's only 1 remaining - who you can then enjoy spending the rest of your life with! As a contestant on the show, you must first ask the boys a question - then, depending on their answers, eliminate them one-by-one from the competition!
Celebrities and future celebrities who appeared as contestants included Michael Jackson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steve Martin and a pre-"Charlie's Angels" Farrah Fawcett, introduced as "an accomplished artist and sculptress" with a dream to open her own gallery.
The same question could be asked to multiple bachelors.
The questions were written in advance by the producers.
After the show became a hit on both daytime and nighttime TV, the Barris machine accelerated.
New products included "The Newlywed Game," ''The Parent Game," ''The Family Game" and even "The Game Game."At one point Barris was supplying the television networks with 27 hours of entertainment a week, mostly in five-days-a-week daytime game shows.