VH1's popular music variant of the classic game show with a twist. As always, contestants were given the answers, but it was up to the contestants to supply the questions. Three contestants competed; six categories, all music-related in some way, were announced, each containing five answers each (ranging from $100 to $500, depending on difficulty). The contestant selected to go first chose a category and dollar value (e.g., "Going to Work" for $100), to which host Probst read the answer to ("This Dolly Parton No. 1 hit was the title song of her movie, which she co-starred in with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin"). The contestant who gave the correct question ("What is '9 to 5?'") won the dollar value of the answer and got to select the next answer; any incorrect answer caused him to lose that amount from his score and allowed the other contestants a chance to answer; players with enough incorrect questions often had negative scores. Thereafter, the contestant giving the last correct ...
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