After the "I Do's" Game Rules

After the “I Do’s” Game Rules

Like the popular TV Game Show, After the “I Do’s”, tests the couple’s knowledge of how much they know… or don’t know about each other. The object of the game is to score points by matching answers to couple related questions. The couple with the most points after two rounds of questions wins!


1) You must be at least 18 years of age as of August 1st, 2018.
2) You must be a U.S. citizen or a legal US resident with a valid Social Security number.
3) You must not be a candidate for public office and must agree not to become one until after one (1) year after the initial exhibition of the episodes of the Program in which you appear, if selected as a participant.
4) Tri Team Unlimited, LLC (“Producer”) reserves the right to render ineligible any person who they determine, in their sole discretion, is sufficiently connected with the production, administration, judging, or distribution of the Program, such that his/her participation in the Program could create the appearance of impropriety. In making this decision, Producer may consider whether you know or have known anyone who is, or has been within the last two (2) years, an employee, officer, director or agent of any of the following:
(i) Producer or any other person or entity involved in the development, production, distribution or other exploitation of the reality-based program currently entitled “After the I Do’s Game Show” (the “Program”) or any variation thereof;
(ii) Any sponsor of the Program or its advertising agency; or
Any person or entity supplying goods, services or prizes (as applicable) to the Program.
5) If you are selected as a potential participant you must execute waivers and release agreements required by Producer or any of their licensees, successors or assigns.
6) If you are given consideration as a participant, you must inform producers of all criminal charges, lawsuits, jail time or restraining orders.
7) You will need to be available to the production on February 16, 2018 (dates subject to change in Producer’s sole discretion) and be willing to travel to various locations as part of production.

How to Play:

The game consists of 2 rounds of 3 questions each plus a bonus question:
In the first round, the husbands answer first, and each question is worth 5 points. In Round 2, the wives answer 3 questions that are now worth 10 points and one

bonus question worth 25 points
A perfect score at the end of 2 rounds of play would be 70 points.

Prior to the start of the show, each couple is asked to predict the total points they would earn. In the event of a tie for first place, the tied couple will reveal the card showing this predicted score. The couple that has the closest guess without going over their actual total wins. If all the tied couples went over, the couple who had the closest guess will win.

For the first round, the wives are taken off the stage while the husbands were asked how they think their wives would answer three questions. The wives are then brought back on stage and are asked for their answers for the same three questions. Once the wives give their answers, the husbands will reveal the answers that they previously gave, which is written on a card. A match for each question is worth 5 points for the couple.

The roles are reversed in the second round, where the husbands are taken off the stage and the wives are asked four questions before the husbands are brought back on stage to give their answers. The first three questions in this round were worth 10 points each, and the final question was worth 25 points. The maximum possible score for any couple is 70 points. The couple with the highest score at the end of the second round wins a prize.

Answers must match, and the host may ask the spouse to be more specific. Answers may be considered a match if the responding spouse gives some context around the answer and it matches the response of the spouse. Any issue or challenge will be decided by the producer who’s decision if final.

Couples are disqualified if the judge observes behavior that can be construed as cheating such as whispering among the couple, tapping the spouse, making sounds or movements when the spouse is giving an answer, etc.

If a contestant is discovered to be ineligible, the ineligible contestant will forfeit

all prizes, and likewise a disclaimer appears, or a statement is read by the

announcer at the end of the show.