First Impressions

Another reality TV show idea: Take a room full of people of all different backgrounds and appearances. They pair off, choosing their partners in the first episode. The series follows them as these couples live together for six months. If a couple cites irreconcilable differences, they “break up” and disappear from the show. At the end of the season, a fixed pool of prize money is divided by the number of successful couples. This gives motivation for people to try to get between other couples. It could be fun and vicious to watch.

2 thoughts on “First Impressions

  1. How would you get the couples to oppose one another? I mean they’re both in for a mutual goal — winning the game and the money, so they’re going to be allies (albeit grudgingly) unless you wedge them apart.


  2. Because there’s a fixed pool of prize money. Fewer winners means more money for YOU. If everybody wins, the amount of money they’d get would be insignificant… if only one couple wins, it’d be a whole LOT of money.


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