CBS has been successful for the past few years with their Monday evening scripted comedy, "How I Met Your Mother." As a result, they will soon begin shooting a new reality series spin-off, "How I Knocked Up Your Mother."
The show, said to be part "To Tell the Truth," part "The Bachelor," part "True Confessions," and part Penthouse Forum will feature adults who have never met their male parent having to choose from a panel of three tale spinners.
The adult contestant will sit on a couch while at least three men will come in, describe their meeting with the contestant's mother, and answer questions about the sexual encounter (the show will air in late night television). After interviewing the potential Daddys, the "children" will be asked to guess the right one.
After the guesses are locked in, the mother's will be brought on and will correctly (if they were sober and remember) identify the father. If they are not sure (because they were passed out at the time or there were too many possibilities), DNA evidence will reveal the truth.
Contestants who can correctly guess their father's identity will be given a grand prize of 18 years back child support, a new car, and Rice-a-Roni (The San Francisco Treat). Contestants who cannot guess correctly will be required to wear t-shirts that say "dumb bastard", but will still receive the Rice-a-Roni (The San Francisco Treat) as a parting gift.
Mothers who do remember will be given the opportunity of a four day, three night stay with their former lover in Puerto Vallarta, where they will dine on Rice-a-Roni (the San Francisco Treat).