Questions like, "What does your husband do that's most likely to result in you and he making whoopee".
Answers like, "I'm most likely to want to make whoopee when my husband dresses up in my baby doll nightie" caused many an embarrasing moments on that show!
For its final three seasons in prime-time, the Dating Game was followed by "The Newlywed Game" which was also produced by Chuck Barris and the sexual inuendos were even more flagrant.
It was probably more acceptable on that show because the contestants were married.
It managed to survive in prime-time (a rarety for a game show) for another three years!
It then returned to daytime only until 1973 on CBS.
In addition to the old questioning and choosing a date segments, some previous daters would return to tell viewers how their date turned out.
That version lasted through 1989 and was hosted by Jeff Mac Gregor.
In 1986, "The New Dating Game" appeared with Elaine Joyce as host.
The name was changed after one season to "The All New Dating Game" because the format was slightly changed.
Then in October of 1966, ABC moved the series to their Thursday night prime-time schedule at PM to replace "The Tammy Grimes Show" that only survived a few episodes.