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Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? (2000)

A high-stakes "till-death-us-do-part" Dating Game, but with better prizes. The bride got a $35,000 engagement ring, a free Caribbean cruise honeymoon and an Isuzu Trooper. Total estimated ... See full summary »


Don Weiner


Jonathan Bourne




Credited cast:
Anna Agatka Anna Agatka ... Herself
Kate Barnett ... Herself
Alycia Benn Alycia Benn ... Herself
Michelle Bien Michelle Bien ... Herself
Kendra Bolduc Kendra Bolduc ... Herself
Kelly Bonk Kelly Bonk ... Herself
Teresa Bowman Teresa Bowman ... Herself
Kira Burt Kira Burt ... Herself
Stacie Campbell Stacie Campbell ... Herself
Felicita Carino Felicita Carino ... Herself
Kristen Clark Kristen Clark ... Herself
Darva Conger Darva Conger ... Herself
Leanza Cornett ... Herself - Co-Host
Andrea Csorba Andrea Csorba ... Herself
Sheryl Dahl Sheryl Dahl ... Herself


A high-stakes "till-death-us-do-part" Dating Game, but with better prizes. The bride got a $35,000 engagement ring, a free Caribbean cruise honeymoon and an Isuzu Trooper. Total estimated value: $100,000. The groom didn't get quite as much, but it wasn't supposed to matter because he was a millionaire. Written by Anonymous

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15 February 2000 (USA) See more »

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Matt Lauer has said the worst argument he ever had with his former NBC boss Jeffrey Zucker was after the Today Show booked Conger to appear more than once, because he felt she was hypocrite for claiming her privacy had been violated before she signed a deal to pose for "Playboy". In their last interview, Lauer was sarcastic towards her by responding to Conger's claim that she would only appear again if she did something amazing with "Well, it's been very nice to know you then." See more »


Referenced in The Cookout (2004) See more »

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Just plain silly...like watching a train wreck
12 June 2000 | by henksterSee all my reviews

Here is a show that historians will dig up years from now as an example of TV run amuck - even if they won't ever learn about the scandal that resulted from this show.

Yes, I watched the last hour of this "show" and I found it absolutely silly, sick and tasteless...and yes, it was like watching a train wreck as Fox threw away all of its reputation it had earned as home of Homer, Bart, Mulder and Scully. Jay Thomas was probably the most smarmy host around IN HISTORY to preside over this fiasco (laughing as Rick Rockwell proposed to Darva Conger).

February 15, 2000 will go down in TV infamy - that was the day this show aired.

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