They ranged from Dating Game-style questions (example, "if you had me alone in a limousine for 3 hours, what would you do to me?") to stunt-oriented questions (example, hitting a paddle ball a number of times, with the female host relaying the potential date's performance to the Picker).
Host Chris posed a series of dual-choice questions, and it's the finalists job to guess which choice the Picker chose.
For every match made, the finalist(s) with the correct answer moved up one space.
The first finalist to reach the winner's circle where the Picker is standing won the date with him/her.
If there's a tie (two or all three finalsts made it), one final question with a numerical answer was asked to the tying contestants, such as "How many girls did (Picker's name) say he dated last year?
See full summary » Two contestants (first a female followed by a male) have to pick one out of fifty people for a date.
They first sit at a chair with a large mirror behind so that they won't see the fifty people and choose from a big board what qualities (i.e. Then in the second round, the contestant asked the remaining amount of people (about seven) from the first round to do something that could be considered embarrassing. After eliminating a choice, all the contestants who fit that choice left the Dating Pool, in view of the Picker.This process was continued until 5 to 8 potentials were left, at which point they advanced to the next round.For episodes taped outside, the "Golden Ticket" was replaced with a "Golden Lifesaver", though the same rules apply.In this round after the female hostess spoke with the survivors of the first round, the Picker asked a series of questions to those players.The mirror was taken away from behind the Picker to reveal a walkway with several spaces behind him/her.