I recommend playing about 10-15 seconds of each making sure the chorus is played. Music fades.) JIM: (To audience) Good Evening, Everyone.
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Characters: Jim Lame: Host of the Dating Game Rocky: Bachelor #1, 70s hard rock, biker-type, stoner Jesse: Bachelor #2, clean cut, all-American guy Danny: Bachelor #3, 70s disco dude with large afro Peggy Inneed: Bachelorette, 70s hippy chick Announcer: Voice only, off stage (or Jim Lame can do this part) Make-up Artist: No speaking part, just a short stage appearance Scene/Setting: 1970s game show spoof of The Dating Game Plot: Typical to the original TV show, this bachelorette will choose one man to go out on a date. Bachelors 1 and 3 are less than desirable and Bachelor #2 represents Jesus. Choosing life and peace over what the world has to offer. (Bachelors ENTER STAGE LEFT in order 1-3 and each stand in front of their stools.) JIM: Bachelor number one, please tell us your name and where youre from.
Props: Background set to resemble The Dating Game, three stools, one chair or a fourth stool, a directors chair, appropriate costuming, theme show music with logo and kisses for screens, index cards for Peggys questions, CDs to play during the skit as directed below. Welcome to another exciting episode of THE D-A-T-I-N-G G-A-M-E! In just a moment you will meet a young lady who will have the opportunity to choose one lucky man for a fabulous date, based only on their answers to her questions.
(Sits on stool) JIM: (To the audience) Now, lets bring out our bachelorette. (Click, click, wink) PEGGY: (Giggles) Im fine, thank you.