Location: North America
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SEXES
Hosted by Jack Hourigan, The Truth about the Sexes is a revealing and hilarious romp through the desires of modern men and women. Instead of just talking about what turns them on, men and women are put into experiments and situations where they'll discover secrets about their own sexuality. Each test is based on a real scientific experiment and is guaranteed to give the audience a fascinating – and entertaining – lesson in the laws of attraction.
A W Network Original Production in conjunction with Discovery Health USA, the six-part series - The Truth about the Sexes, premieres Wednesday, April 19 at 10 p.m.
Participating in EPISODE 5 will be DanceScape Team members consisting of Robert Tang, Beverley Cayton-Tang, Alexandra Smith, Trevor, and Beth Molnar. DanceScape also provided the "victims" of the experiment: Jonathan Bauer, Laura Molnar, John Altoft, Kiley Little, and Mike Hannough.
Way to go, everyone!
And YES ... it involves BALLROOM DANCING, but with a "clutzy" twist!
April 19, 2006 - 10:00 PMS1, Episode #001 Reading the Signals
It should be simple. Girl meets boy. Boy dates girl. White picket fences down the road. So why is it all so hard? Science tells us that men and women are constantly sending signals back and forth between them and these signals can be tricky to read. In this episode we'll explore how a woman's sense of smell can help her to recognize the right – and wrong – signals in a potential partner. We'll also introduce you to the fascinating relationship between attraction and body ratios– and what you can tell about someone just from their shape.
April 26, 2006 - 10:00 PMS1, Episode #002 Sexual Distraction
At one time or another, we've all been sexually distracted by someone. In this episode we put both sexes to the test to see just how much sexual distraction can affect their powers of concentration, judgement and memory. We'll see just how much men and women let sex affect the choices they make at work and their behaviour in a competitive situation. In a special film screening, we'll show you how men and women can see the same thing but remember it completely differently – and why nature is to blame.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFO ABOUT EPISODE 5...
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