History Awesome / FamilyFeud

5th Oct '17 8:30:48 AM CorahsUncle
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* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria [=DeHaven=], [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy Lamour. By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men, winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.

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* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria [=DeHaven=], [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy Lamour.Lamour). By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men, winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.



* ''Celebrity Family Feud'' airing June 28, 2015: Catherine Lowe, the winning contestant from Season 17 of ''Series/TheBachelor'', ''cleans house'' at Fast Money, scoring a whopping [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06BJf8u7j7o 194 points and giving four of the five No. 1 answers!]] Despite some nervous moments when her husband Sean came up (he repeated the first four answers and couldn't provide a fifth in a timely manner), their team had no trouble winning the $25,000 for charity.

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* ''Celebrity Family Feud'' airing June 28, 2015: Catherine Lowe, the winning contestant from Season 17 of ''Series/TheBachelor'', ''cleans house'' at Fast Money, scoring a whopping [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06BJf8u7j7o 194 points and giving four of the five No. 1 answers!]] Despite some nervous moments when her husband Sean husband, Sean, came up (he repeated the first four answers and couldn't provide a fifth in a timely manner), their team had no trouble winning the $25,000 for charity.
5th Oct '17 8:30:09 AM CorahsUncle
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* On the last Feud of 1976, the Vaught family had no points going into the Double Round (their opponents, the Tullis family {one of which was future Series/MarriedWithChildren actor Dan Tullis Jr.} had 117 points). They managed to win the game on the Double question by getting exactly 200 points (which was the winning score at the time).
* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria [=DeHaven=], [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy [=LaMour=]). By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.
* The Manoukian family's first Fast Money round during the Dawson run. Billy, who tackles the round before his brother-in-law and team captain Socrates, manages to give the top answer to all five questions for an impressive 199 points.

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* On the last Feud ''Feud'' of 1976, the Vaught family had no points going into the Double Round (their opponents, the Tullis family {one of which was future Series/MarriedWithChildren ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' actor Dan Tullis Jr.} had 117 points). They managed to win the game on the Double question by getting exactly 200 points (which was the winning score at the time).
* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria [=DeHaven=], [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy [=LaMour=]). Lamour. By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men men, winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.
* The Manoukian family's first Fast Money round during the Dawson run. Billy, who tackles the round before his brother-in-law and team captain Socrates, manages to give the top answer answers to all five questions for an impressive 199 points.



--> '''A color of M&Ms candy.''' Red, 39.

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--> '''A color of M&Ms Advertising/MAndMs candy.''' Red, 39.



** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFsCFB9TtmY A Harvey-era Comeback of the Century]], though it was not referred to it as such.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFsCFB9TtmY A Harvey-era Comeback of the Century]], though it was he did not referred refer to it as such.



** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_GTpJqbOW4 A non-celebrity version]] by the [=McKissic=] family. Michelle gets 194 points with ''four'' of the five number one answers. Her older brother J.E. wins the money with his first question, and his second question was the number one answer that Michelle missed. Steve bluntly says that if Michelle had gotten all five number one answers, she would have won the money on her own - a feat that has never even been considered possible since before 1999.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_GTpJqbOW4 A non-celebrity version]] by the [=McKissic=] family. Michelle gets 194 points with ''four'' of the five number one #1 answers. Her older brother J.E. wins the money with his first question, and his second question was the number one answer that Michelle missed. Steve bluntly says that if Michelle had gotten all five number one #1 answers, she would have won the money on her own - a feat that has never even been considered possible since before 1999.
5th Oct '17 8:21:39 AM Hallwings
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* On the last Feud of 1976, the Vaught family had no points going into the Double Round (their opponents, the Tullis family {one of which was future Series/MarriedWithChlidren actor [[HeyItsThatGuy Dan Tullis Jr.]]} had 117 points). They managed to win the game on the Double question by getting exactly 200 points (which was the winning score at the time).

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* On the last Feud of 1976, the Vaught family had no points going into the Double Round (their opponents, the Tullis family {one of which was future Series/MarriedWithChlidren Series/MarriedWithChildren actor [[HeyItsThatGuy Dan Tullis Jr.]]} } had 117 points). They managed to win the game on the Double question by getting exactly 200 points (which was the winning score at the time).
5th Oct '17 8:18:56 AM Hallwings
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* On the last Feud of 1976, the Vaught family had no points going into the Double Round (their opponents, the Tullis family, had 117 points). They managed to win the game on the Double question by getting exactly 200 points (which was the winning score at the time).

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* On the last Feud of 1976, the Vaught family had no points going into the Double Round (their opponents, the Tullis family, family {one of which was future Series/MarriedWithChlidren actor [[HeyItsThatGuy Dan Tullis Jr.]]} had 117 points). They managed to win the game on the Double question by getting exactly 200 points (which was the winning score at the time).
21st Aug '17 7:46:10 PM decoy73
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_GTpJqbOW4 A non-celebrity version]] by the [=McKissic=] family. Michelle gets 194 points with ''four'' of the five number one answers. Her older brother J.E. wins the money with his first question, and his second question was the number one answer that Michelle missed. Steve bluntly says that if Michelle had gotten all five number one answers, she would have won the money on her own - a feat that has never even been considered possible since before 1999.
27th Jun '17 6:49:19 PM Azelf2010
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** Eva Longoria pulled off a similar feat on June 18, 2017, winning 193 points in a single round.

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** Eva Longoria pulled off a similar feat on June 18, 2017, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lh-I80wt4ts winning 193 points in a single round.round]].
27th Jun '17 6:46:34 PM Azelf2010
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** Creator/EvaLongoria pulled off a similar feat on June 18, 2017, winning 193 points in a single round.

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** Creator/EvaLongoria Eva Longoria pulled off a similar feat on June 18, 2017, winning 193 points in a single round.
27th Jun '17 6:46:14 PM Azelf2010
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** Creator/EvaLongoria pulled off a similar feat on June 18, 2017, winning 193 points in a single round.
17th Nov '16 6:55:12 PM Gimere
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* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria DeHaven, [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy [=LaMour=]). By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.

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* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria DeHaven, [=DeHaven=], [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy [=LaMour=]). By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.
17th Nov '16 6:54:40 PM Gimere
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* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod McKuen, [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria DeHaven, [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy LaMour). By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as *he* was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.

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* During the original run, upon expanding to five days a week, the Syndicated version, as game shows are wont to do, held celebrity weeks. One 1985 week in particular featured ten members of the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Creator/MarkGoodson, Rod McKuen, [=McKuen=], [[{{Series/Batman}} Cesar]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle/TheJoker Romero]], Rory Calhoon, Keenan Wynn, [[{{Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow}} Betty]] [[{{Series/TheGoldenGirls}} White]], Arlene Dahl, Gloria DeHaven, [[{{Series/TheHoneymooners}} Audrey Meadows]], Dorothy LaMour).[=LaMour=]). By the end of the week, the ladies [[CurbStompBattle dominated]] the men winning three of the five games, and a final score of $41,534 to $10,700. Richard, as *he* ''he'' was wont to do, increased the men's total to $12,500.
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