Growing up in the '90s, we had a totally different breed of reality TV screening nightly.
Long before Married at First Sight, The Bachelor, or even Big Brother, the kinds of reality shows that aired were daggy at best and deranged at worst.
There was the campfest that was Gladiators and bizarre dating show Man O Man, but no show was quite as loose as Who Dares Wins.
The series aired more than 100 episodes between 1996 and 1998, and screened in more than 50 countries around the world. In each episode, hosts Mike Whitney and Tania Zaetta would surprise an unsuspecting contestant nominated by a viewer.
From here, the contestant would be dared to participate in a series of stunts to win a cash prize or holiday package.
But here's the kicker: if they fail or dropped out of the dare, Zaetta would have to complete it. If she failed, they would still win but if she succeeded then they'd get zilch.
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In between the Big Stunt moment, there were some bizarre dares in which Whitney encouraged random people he met on the streets and in shopping malls to do dares for around $50. The challenges often involved eating insects or shaving off all their hair, but in the best dare – titled the 'Maxibon Challenge' – the person would simply need to eat an entire Maxibon ice cream in 30 seconds.