Hosted by Jeff Dye, "That Awkward Game Show" is a game show somewhat similar to "The Newlywed Game", where three teams of partners answer questions about each other. But in TAGS, the teams are made up of a parent and (an adult) child. And the questions are not about opinions, but factual happenings--especially ones that are embarrassing.
In the first two rounds, they get multiple choice questions about things the other has done. The rewards for correct answers range from $500 to $3,000. The questions can be about sex, drugs, rock and roll or any other topic that is risqué. The team that gets the most money advances to the "Truth Bombs" round, where they can earn up to $10,000 for correctly answering true/false questions about each other.
Not everyone would be willing to go on television and admit some of these secrets. Frequently the parent or child is shocked. It's all played for laughs and Jeff Dye keeps things positive, injecting one-liners along the way.
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