Buzz dating game show
The show goes something like this: 12 male and female contestants enter the competition (hence the "12 Hearts"), one for each Zodiac sign, and various challenges are completed, generally involving dancing, singing, answering questions or kissing.
Then the field is narrowed down to three couples who, upon learning of their match to one another, invariably meet and make out in the middle of the game show set.
The Bzzer met each player one at a time, and he/she asked questions to each one. Upon bzzzing a player out of the game, the set went dark, a giant "BZZZ!
If The Bzzer does not like the contestant in any way, he/she pressed the bzzer to "Bzzz! " sign lit up in red on a wall, and a superimposed message appeared to the bzzed contestant.
Upon ringing the bell, The Bzzer met the players who didn't get a chance (if any), followed by the eliminated player.
Below I round up the best dating shows of the 90's for a reminder of the incredible fashion, music, and celebs of the day. Make sure to get a good look at the guy with the long curly perm and a lace-up Renaissance top in the clip. The way the show works is that two guys, AKA studs, go out with three different women. Studs - I was eight years old when this show first aired and I thought it was the sexiest thing since shirtless Prince Eric in the The Little Mermaid.Based on an Argentinian dating show of the same name, the US version features a spunky hostess, Penelope, who holds court when the frisky participants get out of hand.Her sidekick, named Edward'O, provides astrological insight to the love-seeking contestants, who wear tags denoting their astrological signs in lieu of names.