To make clear from earlier comment: This is a sample format. This format is one of many that could be chosen for the show, and the format will most likely not go through. Mind of a Man has not even been green-lit yet.
Here's a sample of a gameplay for an episode of Mind of a Man.
This is from the GSN Corporate Page:
"What are men really thinking? In each episode of MIND OF A MAN, two female contestants will try to figure out what men really think about dating, marriage, working and all manner of manly pursuits. The questions on the show have all been previously asked and answered by a survey of 100 men. Over three rounds, the contestants will try to determine the correct answers with the help of a celebrity panel. A mix of famous and funny male and female celebrities will offer their opinions about what men are really thinking. And for successfully getting inside the mind of a man, one of the contestants could win up to $15,000. "
First, the top prize should be raised to $25,000. Originally, the top prize for Minute to Win It was $100K, then raise. Beat the Chefs originally had a top prize of $50K, then was lowered to $25K.
Round 1: The episode would start out with three female contestants. All three would answer "Bullseye" questions (similar to 2009-10 Feud) worth 10 points each. Ten bullseye questions would be asked.
Round 2: Next, each female contestant answers a survey question one at a time. There are six possible answers, but each contestant must get any three to achieve 20 points. This is all or none. By the end of this round, the contestant with the lowest score would be sent.
Round 3: One contestant will go first. A man is welcomed out onto the stage and tells the contestant about himself. (Age, prior relationships, job and hobbies). Then, the man asks a question and she has to pick three top dating choices that would fit his style. The second contestant goes through the same process. Each correct answer value would be worth 50 points. The woman with the least amount of points would be sent home, her points would be multiplied by ten then turned into cash as a parting gift.
Final: For the last female contestant, she gets a survey question. There are ten possible answers. If the contestant can gets all ten answers, she will win $25,000. If she does not get ten, every other answer is worth $1,000.
That's as simple and cheap as possible.
I only published one non-final or Semi-Final episode, since I wasn't going to attempt to try something bigger for a format that would not be passed up.