Late 1960s: Bob asks the wives what their husband's favorite kind of gas is. It quickly gets out of control when the first wife asked keeps coming up with "the rectal gas", and despite the fact that the judge wouldn't accept it, she couldn't think of another answer.
One of Eubanks' favorites was a Dumb Blonde who was baffled at the terms "rural" and "urban" after being asked which one described her husband better. Eubanks asked whether the doctor had given him anything for his urban, and she said "Well, he gave me something!"
"In our house, the power flows from the [blank] to the [what]?" "From the plug to the vibrator." This one is so out there that it's often said to be fictitious, but clips of it invariably turn up on blooper specials.
Another classic moment from the ABC era had a husband recalling an experience where he put a rubber spider in the shower where his wife was knowing that she hates spiders and the wife ran out of the shower. The wife said "This was before we were married!", then realized what she had just revealed on national television.
Eubanks:Texas!!!(begins laughing with the audience)
"Gentlemen, what would you wife say your neighbors have more of than you?". One husband answers "cars", but his wife guessed "grass". She says "They have more grass...", but when she realizeswhat she said, she adds "We have none!", making him say "I wouldn't bet on that!".
Bob asks the couples for the name of the Chinese restaurant closest to their house or apartment:
Husband: Well, for one thing, I don't like Chinese food.
Bob: That's okay, we just wanna know the name of the restaurant.
Husband: But she never lets me forget.
Bob: Oh, good.
"Where is the busiest place you and your husband have ever made whoopie?". The wife guesses "[her] apartment", while her husband guessed "a drive-in movie". When she stares at him in puzzlement, he says "Oh, maybe that wasn't you...", making her scream "IT WASN'T ME!" and gasp in shock while he laughs with a shit-eating grin. If that didn't lead to a divorce, who knows what would?
"What was the last Jewish food you ate?". One husband answers "chow mein", which is somewhat true. One of the wives answers "corn", although her husband gave the logical answer "bagels", making his wife ask "Bagels? What are bagels?". But when Bob asks him to explain what bagels are, he answers "I don't know, I'm Mormon.".
1980s edition: "Gentlemen, how would your wife complete this sentence: 'Every morning, I usually find my husband's (blank) on my (what)'?". One husband, an elderly man, says "I'd probably find my teeth on her sink!".
Similarly, in the 60s/70s edition, Bob asked the wives "After your wedding, would your husband say he did or did not carry you over the threshold?". One wife, Florence, an elderly woman, answered "He didn't because he couldn't!".