By matching wits, knowledge and strategic thinking, teams compete against one another to outwit and out-guess and out maneuver the opposite sex!


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Wednesday, November 8, 2000
S1.E8 Woman Aganist Men
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Series cast summary:
 Himself - Co-Host (2 episodes, 2000)
Jennifer Cole ...
 Herself - Co-Hostess (2 episodes, 2000)


Two teams of three contestants of the opposite sex competed to answer questions on this "Family Feud" clone. Round 1 is called "Land Mine," where hosts Roth & Cole asked each gender two separate questions, three of these answers are true and one is false (which is the "Land Mine"). Each contestant on a gender's team is asked to choose 1 of the 4 answers, if right, then he/she will get 5 points, and a bonus 5 points for finding all 3 answers. If at anytime a contestant on a team lands on a "Land Mine," then all the remaining points goes over to their opposing team. Round 2 is called "The List". On the show's website, a series of surveys were asked by both sexes. Each one is given a category (Ex. The top 10 kinds of donuts for men, the top 10 things women notice about men), and either side bids on how many answers they can come up with that's on the list. Teams alternated bids until one side bids all 10 or challenged their opponents to name that entire list. Each correct answer is worth... Written by Gary Richard Collins II (

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It's the Ultimate Battle of the Sexes!







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A fun Sex Feud
20 November 2002 | by (Bristol, CT) – See all my reviews

This game show was a blast to watch as men and women face off in a questions and answers game. What was most interesting was when men had to answer female-slanted questions and women had to answer male-slanted ones, you did learn a lot about the sexes. Despite all the trash talking between the contestants, none of it was cruel or sexist (well, maybe just a *bit* on the latter), it all looked like great fun. The hosts of the show JD Roth and Jennifer Cole had such excellent chemistry, that they make Regis and Kelly look like "The War of the Roses." Incidentally, it didn't hurt that Jennifer is hotter than jalapenos in a house fire.

Although the format of "Sex Wars" is a slight "Family Feud" knockoff, "SW" was a lot more fun and edgy than any incarnation of "FF". I was sorry to see it go.

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