By matching wits, knowledge and strategic thinking, teams compete
against one another to outwit and out-guess and out maneuver the
opposite sex in a game called Sex Wars!
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Sex Wars - Sex Wars (game show) - Netflix
Sex Wars was an American television game show that pitted two teams, one
consisting of men and one consisting of women, against each other;
hence, the show's name was derived from that. Sex Wars premiered on
October 2, 2000 and aired its final episode on February 27, 2001. The
show was co-hosted by Jennifer Cole and J.D. Roth. The show was produced
by Lighthearted Entertainment and distributed by MGM Television and was
recorded at CBS Television City in Studio 46.
Sex Wars - Round 3Edit - Netflix
The third round was a toss-up question round called “Men or Women?”.
Each player was equipped with a buzzer that made strange noises when it
was pressed. Roth and Cole would alternate asking questions based on
scientific data regarding men and women, with the teams trying to
determine who was more likely to do a certain thing. Buzzing in and
answering correctly won the points for the team, but buzzing in and
answering incorrectly awarded the points to the opponents. Questions
were worth ten points up until the final question, which was worth
twenty-five (similar to the scoring system used in the second round on
The Newlywed Game). On the earliest taped episode, all questions were
worth 20 points.
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