"Dumped" contestants were not shown to the Picker as in the first round, but were instead marked with some sort of prop, such as a toilet seat around the neck, a bag with a sad face on it on the male player's head, or a pageant sash labeled "Dumped".If two contestants were kept or if there were three or four players remaining, the next question was dubbed "The Final Cut".taking you behind-the-scenes for an in-depth look at where the trail of romance leads.Here’s the bottom line: Lax gun laws put single women at risk.
This round ended when three contestants were "kept", or enough players were "dumped" to leave three. " Singled Out was the MTV dating game show where one guy & one gal try to find a date from a group of 50 single men & women. And now, your host, a man who (insert funny comment here), CHRIS HARDWICK!") to stunt-oriented questions (example, hitting a paddle ball a number of times, with the female host relaying the potential date's performance to the Picker).If the Picker was happy with the answer or performance, he/she would "keep" the contestant, advancing them to the final round; if not, he/she would decide to "dump" the contestant, knocking him/her out of the game.After choosing a category, two or three choices were listed (for example, a category on hair might be divided into blonde, brunette, and redhead, another example (which was used on the show) would be age, and the choices would be The Dating Game, Love Connection, and of course Singled Out), and the Picker was asked to eliminate one of the choices.After eliminating a choice, all the contestants who fit that choice left the Dating Pool, in view of the Picker.In this round after the female hostess spoke with the survivors of the first round, the Picker asked a series of questions to those players.They ranged from Dating Game-style questions (example, "if you had me alone in a limousine for 3 hours, what would you do to me?If all the guesses exceed the actual answer, the contestant with the closest guess won the date.After a couple had been made, the two contestants were placed back-to-back while Hardwick read a description of the winning player to the Picker; the contestants were then turned around to meet each other for the first time, and their trip and prizes were described to them by the announcer.