A jury found Jeffrey Griswold guilty of third degree child molestation. He contends the trial court erred when it: (1) admitted testimony regarding prior bad acts as showing a common scheme or plan; (2) excluded evidence of his reputation for sexual morality; and (3) found that certain impeachment evidence was inadmissible as collateral. The unique use of a truth or dare game combined with other similarities support the trial court's decision to admit the prior bad act testimony. Although we conclude reputation for sexual morality is relevant, we decide a proper foundation was not established here. The proposed impeachment evidence is collateral and not admissible. We affirm.