Perfect Match | 1985
Three husband and wife couples compete and begin with $200 bidding money. Before airtime, the couples are separated and the husbands and wives are asked a series of questions relating to their marriages. On stage the couples are reunited. In round one, a question that was previously read to the husbands is told to the wives. The husbands make a monetary bet based on how they believe their wives will respond. A correct match awards the team the amount they bet. Additional rounds reverse the questions and betting and the couple with the hightest scoree is the winner. If a couple answers every question correctly they are deemed to be a perfect match and receive $1500.