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A game show that offers contestants the chance to win cash by tackling hilarious tasks, each with the simple rule: "DON'T."
2020 TV14 Reality, Game Show

Puppy Bowl Xv Pre-Game Show

A preview of the 15th annual Puppy Bowl.
2019 Reality, Game Show, Other

Battle of the Bods

3 Seasons
Battle of the Bods is a Fox Reality Channel show, hosted by Olivia Lee. Devised by Endemol, it is based on the short lived British show Hot Tub Ranking.In Battle of the Bods, the first of three rounds begins with five female contestants who are being ranked by three men with something in common. The first two rounds have the women being told by hostess Lee that the men are ranking them according to a specific body part--legs, abs, butt, etc.--and the final ranking is for the whole package from head to toe. The conflicts in ranking often centered around most of the women insisting they were the best in every category and being angry when the group made them accept a lower predicted ranking, and the reactions of the women to being admired/panned by the voting men. Based on how many positions the contestants got right determined how much money they made, and the final ranking was worth the most money. At the end of the show, the three males have to strip to their shorts and the five women get to do a "whole package" rating that earns them $5,000 if they get all three spots right--and $0 if they get even one spot wrong.
2008 TVMA Reality, Game Show


Studs is an American television game show which was produced by Fox Television Studios. Hosted by Mark DeCarlo, it ran in syndication from March 11, 1991 to September 3, 1993.
1991 Game Show

Humble Pie

1 Season
Cookery game show hosted by Melanie Sykes.
2016 Food & Cooking, Game Show

High Finance

High Finance is a quiz show created and hosted by Dennis James which aired on CBS from July 7 to December 15, 1956. It followed Gunsmoke on the CBS schedule. High Finance aired at 10:30 p.m. Saturdays opposite NBC's Your Hit Parade.On the program, contestants answered questions about current events. The player would be asked five questions based on three newspapers which he or she studied before the show. Each correct answer earned $300. Three correct answers allowed the player to play the "investment segment" in which he or she wagered any amount of the money won on answering a question. A correct answer won the wager and a prize, plus the option to risk any prizes won and return the next week to play another "investment segment" or keep any prizes won and leave the show. A fourth win would earn that player his or her "dream prize", such as a miniature golf course or a restaurant. A fifth successful "investment segment" won that player an additional $75,000.
1956 Game Show

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