- The Newlywed Game is an American television game show that pits newly-married couples against each other in a series of revealing question rounds to determine how well the spouses know (or don’t know) each other. The program, originally created by Nick Nicholson and E.
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Married couples may care for each other, but how well do they know each other? Laugh yourselves silly with The Newlywed Game, a memory/relationship test for two to four couples. There are 250 strange and funny questions (“What’s your husband’s favorite–wine, woman, or song?”). Plus, 20 bonus questions are available to use in the two, five-question rounds, one each for husbands and wives. Match answers to score points, but make sure to take time to savor the answers. Some can be hysterically funny, especially when mismatched. Many of the questions refer to wedding-related events, so couples who have avoided commitment ceremonies might want to try something else. It’s tons of fun for both newlyweds and veteran spouses. –Rob Lightner
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