It managed to survive in prime-time (a rarety for a game show) for another three years!

After that, the Dating Game returned for the Fall of 1973 season in syndication with Chuck Woolery as a new host.

After three seasons off the air, Chuck returned, again in syndication, with more episodes from 1977-1980!

Questions like, "What does your husband do that's most likely to result in you and he making whoopee".

Answers like, "I'm most likely to want to make whoopee when my husband dresses up in my baby doll nightie" caused many an embarrasing moments on that show!

Produced by Chuck Barris, "The Dating Game" featured three young men who vied for a date with a young woman who was hidden from their view.

She asked questions especially prepared to reveal their romantic nature of each man and later chose the one with whom she would like to go out on a date.

WE KNOW OF ABOUT 350 EPISODES OF "THE DATING GAME" THAT ARE IN EXISTENCE, INCLUDING MOST OF THE 1967 SEASON, SOME 1968-1970, MANY 1971-1972, A FEW FROM 1973-74, SOME FROM 1978-79 SEASON, AND SOME FROM THE LATE 90S.

The Dating Game TV show was a 30 minute game show on ABC where a contestant would ask questions that were typically funny or sensual in nature of three other contestants of the opposite sex. Occasionally there would be an episode of the Dating Game where they told about the dates that were successful and had developed into relationships.

Then in October of 1966, ABC moved the series to their Thursday night prime-time schedule at PM to replace "The Tammy Grimes Show" that only survived a few episodes.