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This engaging program began in the summer of 1974 and ran until 1976 (both in daytime and in syndication) and was revived a number of times. Jack Narz was host as contestants tried to decipher words hidden inside a puzzle grid.
The theme to Now You See It was called "Chump Change" by Quincy Jones which was first heard the Q's 1972 album entitled "You've Got It Bad Girl" - and was also the theme for The New Bill Cosby Show in 1972.
Every one of them holds a different riddle, but only one of them holds the Jackpot riddle.
At any moment someone in the game could stand up and yell - JACKPOT!
They had a shot at the usual game show prizes (washer-dryers and Turtle Wax), or a chance at the grand prize - a check for ,000 (that's about 5,000 in today's dough). To heighten the suspense, Edwards would peek into the box before the contestant got a look and go through a number of fake-outs before he sprung the actual prize on them.
All three of the potential dates had their names revealed before the questioning started as well, something that wasn't done on any version of TDG prior.
During a part of the first season, in addition to asking the questions, the bachelor/bachelorette got to see all three contestants at the outset of the game (who all had headphones on so they couldn't hear what their potential date was saying about them), and would pick who they thought was the best looking of the bunch.
The Dating Game (also known as The New Dating Game and The All-New Dating Game) is the long-running dating game show where one girl or one guy had to choose between three bachelors or bachelorettes to go out on a date for which the producers pay.
Generally the bachelorette would ask a series of questions to each of the three hidden bachelors.