Tips: The first to answer does not always have to be right, and the host can deem them incorrect and allow another contestant to go. The host needs to select the answers from the audience they believe their contestants will be most capable of.
Gimmicks: The contestants make the game interesting by embodying quirky characters, such as a famous actor, or "the guy who never tips the waiter out of principle." Another is reusing the same gag (ex: 'what doesn't rhyme with pudding?') if it fits your character. The host can also supply variant answers (ex: "We also would have accepted [ANSWER TO QUESTION].").
Variants: A wager round can be added into the closing "Final Jeopardy" where the contestants can use their characters to jokingly make a wager if their question is wrong.
For examples of 'wager round,' visit http://youtu.be/FD1hrZBXKjk?t=1m20s
Hi, welcome to Question This! I'm your host, [GAG NAME]. In this game the audience, you, will supply the answers and our contestants will supply the questions. We'll give you a category and you'll list off items in that category until I pick one I like, and the players will then create the question to that answer.
To begin, can I get something in the category [CATEGORY ex: Elements of the Periodic Table]?