Second Honeymoon (TV series)

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Second Honeymoon was a game show hosted by Wayne Cox. Wink Martindale created and produced the show with his then-business partner Jerry Gilden, and radio personality Doc Harris was the announcer.

The Vancouver-based show aired on CBN from September 2, 1987 to September 2, 1988 in the US, and on the Global Television Network in Canada.

Gameplay[edit]

Modeled on The Newlywed Game, three couples and their children answered questions to win (as the title says) a second honeymoon. The kids were asked a series of multiple-choice questions in the style of Newlywed to see how much they knew their parents.

The game was played in three rounds.

Round 1[edit]

In round one, the kids were asked two questions to see how much they knew their mothers. They predicted how their mothers would answer the same questions. A correct match on the first question was worth 20 points, while a correct match on the second question was worth 40 points.

Round 2[edit]

In round two, the kids were asked two more questions except they predicted how their fathers would answer the questions. A correct match on the first question was worth 60 points, while a correct match on the second question was worth 80 points.

Round 3[edit]

In the final round, the kids along with their mothers independently predicted how the fathers would answer one last question. Each match was worth 100 points (for a possible total of 300 points & a possible overall grand total of 500 points).

The family with the most points at the end of the game won the grand prize - the second honeymoon.

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