Jerry springer dating show baggage
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Each contestant enters with three suitcases—small, medium and large—containing the quirky, annoying and sometimes truly shocking “baggage” that may or may not eliminate the contestants from competition, to the accompaniment of the dater’s tagline, “I’m sorry, but you have too much baggage.”On each half-hour episode of BAGGAGE, Jerry Springer guides the fun as one dater chooses among three contestants, who reveal the intimate secrets and hidden flaws that are typically kept under wraps to impress a first date.
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As with the original, Springer will host the dating show in which a contestant will choose from three potential suitors, all of whom bring physical or emotional baggage to the show in a suitcase, to be revealed during the course of the episode.
Jerry Springer is bringing new “Baggage” to the Game Show Network, with the network ordering 20 episodes of a spin-off version of the dating show, titled “Baggage on the Road.”The new series will travel to four U. cities, beginning with Austin, Texas, and Baton Rouge, La.Tickets were also advertised for those who wanted to be part of the hyped-up audience Thursday.The audience included a mix of college age students, family, friends and the curious."I just saw the online ad offering tickets and decided to come down because I just love Jerry Springer," said Molly Pressman, who attends college in Bridgeport and admitted she cut a class to come to the taping.“I’m looking forward to taking this show on the road and seeing how many fun but cringe-worthy moments we get from people looking to find love.”“Baggage on the Road” is produced by Wilshire Studios, with Lisa Tucker as EP.Baggage is an American dating game show, hosted by Jerry Springer. The contestants carry three suitcases onstage: a small, medium, and large one.