” You could ask twenty questions to identify what thing the other person was thinking about. Here’s a variation on that, for your next dinner date or when you have some spare time. Is there a belief or attitude that seems to interfere with creating or pursuing a big dream? What are a couple of things that you appreciate about our relationship and why do these things seem significant? In what situations do you feel most afraid or insecure? What would you like to do outdoors that you have not done before?
Contestants would range from adults in their 20s, 30s, senior citizens, widows and widowers who recently remarried and same sex couples. What drink best describes your wife on your wedding night?
Bonus Round: How well do the guests know the bride?
Have the groom -- whether on video, tape recorder, or listed on a sheet of paper -- ask the guests questions about the bride.
If you're tech-savvy, film the groom answering the questions (or use a tape recorder); and play back his answers for everyone to see and hear (allow for a pause between questions).
But remember your audience -- don't ask questions about the first time they spent the night together if grandma is going to be there.