Archived from on October 17, 2014. Jerry Springer lends a hand at levity with his witty and sarcastic comments about the contestant's baggage. These secrets can include bad habits, strange relationship preferences, issues with one's past, or strange hobbies. Prior to the spin-off, a one-hour special entitled Baggage: Most Outrageous Moments aired on January 1, 2015, featuring highlights from the original series' run. Each suitcase contains an embarrassing, gross, unique, or weird proposition the contestant may have. This is a dating style game show.
Once the three contestants are pared down to one, the potential dater must admit to a fault of his or her own. We may share your information with our advertising and analytic partners. During the show, three possible secrets about the central contestant are given, one of which is the actual secret contained in their baggage. Only the three contestants know which piece of baggage belongs to whom. She and dispose of her body by breaking her limbs and stuffing her into a suitcase.
Three contestants are then introduced, each accompanied by three pieces of baggage: a small one, a medium one, and a large one, with each one containing a corresponding secret. In a flashback to her childhood, Elizabeth remembers her mother telling her that her father was a who was shot and killed. Philip meets Yousaf and they briefly discuss Annelise. The spin-off, entitled Baggage on the Road, follows an identical format to its predecessor while traveling to tape episodes in various U. However, if the contestant can not accept the secret, the pair part ways. The contestants each have three suitcases onstage: a small, medium, and large one. Archived from on October 17, 2014.
Finally, when there is only one suitor remaining, the contestant must reveal their own baggage. The three contestants are placed on the other side of the stage, along with the central contestant. Once the three contestants are pared down to one, the potential dater must admit to a fault of his or her own. Archived from on January 22, 2015. This program touches on adult content and is not intended to be viewed by children so, it airs in the evenings. The spin-off premiered on January 7, 2015, Wilshire Studios produced the revival with Lisa Tucker serving as executive producer.
The central contestant also has a piece of baggage of his or her own, which is only revealed at the end of the show. Archived from on April 14, 2014. A distraught Stan visits with Sandra to discuss being held up. She asks him to deliver a message that she was not pretending when they were together. The main contestant's own baggage is then opened and the contents revealed to the remaining contestant. Zinaida Preobrazhenskaya discusses with Stan the Institute in Moscow she worked for, where their duties were to report on Soviet leadership on all aspects of geopolitical significance regarding the U. Stan is held at gunpoint by Oleg Igorevich Burov , who blames him for Nina's arrest and upcoming execution.
She confides in Stan that she is glad that it is over, but he assures her that it is not. Philip tells Yousaf that he needs the names of members working in the , when Philip suggests he arrange a meeting with them. She comforts him, but tells him she is not coming back to him. Archived from on October 17, 2014. The bigger the suitcase, the bigger the secret.
With only two contestants left, the craziness of the person's baggage increases and another potential suitor is eliminated. Archived from on October 17, 2014. The series gives three contestants the chance to win the eye of a prospective date. A spin-off series, entitled Baggage on the Road, aired for one season, which debuted January 7, 2015. This is a Game Show Network, late night original program.