3's a Crowd

(ended 1980)


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3's a Crowd, said to be where The Newlywed Game meets Jerry Springer, is the game show about who knows the man better, his wife or secretary. In every episode three teams competed. The show would start with Jim Peck asking the husbands three questions. Then, the secretaries came out and tried to figure out how their bosses responded. The wives came out after that, and did the same. The team with the most matches (secretaries or wives) split $1,000 ($333.33 or $166.67 if both wives and secretaries tied). The husbands only got lovely parting gifts and a small inexpensive prize (I.E., luggage). The prospect of riotous showdowns between the contestants within a team lead GSN (or Game Show Network, as it was then called) to revive 3's a Crowd in 2000. Its product, The All New 3's a Crowd, did not limit itself to husband/secretary/wife teams. This version went all out, looking for combinations that reminded you of "Divorced Couples Week" on Tic Tac Dough from 1990. If you want to know a tiny bit more about The All New 3's a Crowd, you know where to type it.


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