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Bob Eubanks (1966–1980, 1985–1988, 1997–1999; sub, 2009/2010)Tony Mc Clay (sub, 1978)Jim Lange (1984)Paul Rodriguez (1988–1989)Gary Kroeger (1996–1997)Carnie Wilson (2009–2010)Sherri Shepherd (2010–2013) Scott Beach (1966)Johnny Jacobs (1966–1980)Tony Mc Clay (1980)Rod Roddy (1984)Bob Hilton (1985–1987)Charlie O'Donnell (1987–1989)Ellen K.

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The wives predicted what their husbands would say in Round 1, and the husbands predicted what their wives would say in Round 2.

Each round had four questions with the final question worth 35 points, for a maximum total of 95 points.

The tape was paused near the end which gave the spouse in control a chance to predict how his/her mate completed the statement.

Then the tape played again, and a correct answer earned 10 points.

When the isolated spouses returned, they were asked the same questions, and the answers given by the first set of spouses were written on blue cards (which were all placed flat on their laps or in front of them).

Each time a couple matched their answers, they would earn points; but each time a couple didn't match, they scored no points and would usually argue over their answers. The husbands were secluded off-stage while the wives predicted what their husbands would say when they came back. Three questions (later two) were asked this round, and after the second/third question, a bonus question was asked, and that question was worth 25 points.

In each round, one member of each couple (all of the same sex) was isolated while the other members were asked questions about themselves, their hobbies, likes, dislikes, what they do, what they don't do, and maybe reveal a dirty little secret at times.

Many of the questions focused on having sex or as familiarly known as "makin' whoopee".

When Gary Kroeger took over in Fall 1996 the show was overhauled with a new format.

Each spouse was shown a videotape of their mates who gave a statement (mostly about their spouse).

The couple in the lead at the end of the game still won the grand prize, but any money that the other three couples won was theirs to keep.

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