The women make statements before the show and the guys have to guess which woman said which statement.A correct guess wins the guy a heart, and the most hearts gets the guy closer to a dream getaway of his choice with the woman of his choice (provided she picks him to be her date, of course.) The gimmick of this show was some of the statements pre-recorded by the women before the show.
Afterwards, the couple would return to the show to tell everyone whether it had been a dream date or a nightmare.
This is yet another one of those shows I tried to dislike, but always found myself glued to the screen when it was on.
Back in the day, music videos and Beavis and Butthead reigned supreme.
That was before Teen Mom and MTV Cribs took over the scene, and now, there are tons of awesomely trashy reality show options to choose from.
But he rebounded and did get picked by one of the other ladies, so all was not lost.
I believe "Studs" only lasted about three seasons, but I would love to know if it is available on DVD.
Over the years, MTV has been a hub for everything from music videos to its own award shows, but there is no denying their ’90s programming was pure perfection.
A mix of funny, fan friendly, and instant access to the inner workings of celebrity lives, it’s never been the same (or as good) since.
These statements were edited to imply sexual innuendo that would get the audience roaring in anticipation (although there were one or two instances when the man and woman did take things to an intimate level.)But one memorable episode had one young woman complaining that her date only spent six dollars on their date.
She went on and on for about two minutes talking about her date being so cheap that she left with another guy. I bet that guy wanted to crawl into a hole and stay there.
This list of the top current and cancelled MTV TV series includes the date when each show first aired, as well as which actors starred in the show.