History Heartwarming / FamilyFeud

24th Feb '16 12:03:43 PM CJO123
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* February 4, 2015: In celebration of Steve Harvey's 1,000th show, his wife Marjorie surprised him by rolling a celebratory cake on stage.

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* February 4, 2015: 2016: In celebration of Steve Harvey's 1,000th show, his wife Marjorie surprised him by rolling a celebratory cake on stage.
5th Feb '16 5:42:23 AM KoopaKid17
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* 2010s: Steve Harvey on one episode says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.

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* 2010s: Steve Harvey on one episode says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.him.
* February 4, 2015: In celebration of Steve Harvey's 1,000th show, his wife Marjorie surprised him by rolling a celebratory cake on stage.
16th Aug '15 9:21:07 PM Green_lantern40
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* When Richard Dawson first walked out onto the new ''Feud'' set on his 1994 return episode, the audience gave him a '''27-second standing ovation''' that almost drove Dawson to tears. The audience continued giving him standing ovations for more or less the entire rest of the season, though they weren't nearly as long.
7th Jun '15 9:19:49 PM KoopaKid17
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* Richard Dawson gave a long, impassioned speech on the Creator/{{ABC}} Grand Finale in 1985, thanking the staff and viewers while visibly on the brink of crying. After it, the credits ran without the theme song, and the show ended with announcer Gene Wood saying "So long."
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljtMY7zRs5k&feature=related This video]] [[spoiler: She says "yes".]]


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* Richard Dawson gave a long, impassioned speech on the Creator/{{ABC}} Grand Finale in 1985, thanking the staff and viewers while visibly on the brink of crying. After it, the credits ran without the theme song, and the show ended with announcer Gene Wood saying "Thank you, Richard, thank you, America."


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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljtMY7zRs5k&feature=related This video]] [[spoiler: She says "yes".]]
7th Jun '15 9:16:35 PM KoopaKid17
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* One moment in an episode when Steve Harvey says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.

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* One moment in an September 16, 2002: On the first episode when that Richard Karn hosted, the audience gives him a standing ovation. Karn says, "You've made me feel right at home."
* 2010s:
Steve Harvey on one episode says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.
4th May '15 7:07:20 PM glickmam
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* Richard Dawson's 1980 birthday episode, on which his son Mark and his wife (and the show's executive producer) Cathy Hughart-Dawson surprised him with a cake. Later, son Gary Dawson surprised him with a visit, which brought him to tears. Dawson ended up bringing on producer Howard Felsher, whom he infamously never got along with, and introducing him to the audience. The whole event took so much time the rules were modified: both families played two survey questions; [[HilariousInHindsight whoever was in the lead at the end]] got to play a game of Fast Money; the ''second'' family played a different Fast Money game, and both families returned the following Monday.

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* Richard Dawson's 1980 birthday episode, on which his son Mark and his wife daughter-in-law (and the show's executive producer) Cathy Hughart-Dawson surprised him with a cake. Later, son Gary Dawson surprised him with a visit, which brought him to tears. Dawson ended up bringing on producer Howard Felsher, whom he infamously never got along with, and introducing him to the audience. The whole event took so much time the rules were modified: both families played two survey questions; [[HilariousInHindsight whoever was in the lead at the end]] got to play a game of Fast Money; the ''second'' family played a different Fast Money game, and both families returned the following Monday.
11th Apr '14 6:08:17 PM CJO123
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* Richard Dawson's 1980 birthday episode, on which his son Mark and his wife (and the show's executive producer) Cathy Hughart-Dawson surprised him with a cake. Later, son Gary Dawson surprised him with a visit, which brought him to tears. Dawson ended up bringing on producer Howard Felsher, whom he infamously never got along with, and introducing him to the audience. The whole event took so much time the rules were modified: both families played two survey questions; [[HilariousInHindsight whoever was in the lead at the end]] got to play a game of Fast Money; the ''second'' family played a different Fast Money game, and both families returned on the next day's show.

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* Richard Dawson's 1980 birthday episode, on which his son Mark and his wife (and the show's executive producer) Cathy Hughart-Dawson surprised him with a cake. Later, son Gary Dawson surprised him with a visit, which brought him to tears. Dawson ended up bringing on producer Howard Felsher, whom he infamously never got along with, and introducing him to the audience. The whole event took so much time the rules were modified: both families played two survey questions; [[HilariousInHindsight whoever was in the lead at the end]] got to play a game of Fast Money; the ''second'' family played a different Fast Money game, and both families returned on the next day's show.following Monday.
17th Jan '14 5:23:05 PM Twentington
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* One moment in a recent episode when Steve Harvey says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.

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* One moment in a recent an episode when Steve Harvey says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.
21st Oct '13 7:03:43 PM PrinceKaen
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* Normally whenever a host brings on a relative, usually their children. Possible [[FunnyMoments subversion]] of this is when Ray Combs brought on his son in one particular Halloween episode; the two dressed up as Franchise/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/{{Robin}}. Moments that play it straight, however, are when Combs came on with his sister Connie Combs-Riggs, Richard Dawson brought on his wife Gretchen and daughter Shannon (in 1994; one episode also saw him bring on his grandchildren), and a couple of episodes where John O'Hurley brought out his wife and then-toddler age son.

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* Normally whenever a host brings on a relative, usually their children. Possible [[FunnyMoments subversion]] of this is when Ray Combs brought on his son in one particular Halloween episode; the two dressed up as Franchise/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/{{Robin}}. Moments that play it straight, however, are when Combs came on with his sister Connie Combs-Riggs, Richard Dawson brought on his wife Gretchen and daughter Shannon (in 1994; one episode also saw him bring on his grandchildren), and a couple of episodes where John O'Hurley brought out his wife and then-toddler age son.son.
* One moment in a recent episode when Steve Harvey says that what matters most to him is hoping that wherever his mother is, she's watching him and is proud of him.
7th Jul '13 3:04:42 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Normally whenever a host brings on a relative, usually their children. Possible [[FunnyMoments subversion]] of this is when Ray Combs brought on his son in one particular Halloween episode; the two dressed up as {{Batman}} and Comicbook/{{Robin}}. Moments that play it straight, however, are when Combs came on with his sister Connie Combs-Riggs, Richard Dawson brought on his wife Gretchen and daughter Shannon (in 1994; one episode also saw him bring on his grandchildren), and a couple of episodes where John O'Hurley brought out his wife and then-toddler age son.

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* Normally whenever a host brings on a relative, usually their children. Possible [[FunnyMoments subversion]] of this is when Ray Combs brought on his son in one particular Halloween episode; the two dressed up as {{Batman}} Franchise/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/{{Robin}}. Moments that play it straight, however, are when Combs came on with his sister Connie Combs-Riggs, Richard Dawson brought on his wife Gretchen and daughter Shannon (in 1994; one episode also saw him bring on his grandchildren), and a couple of episodes where John O'Hurley brought out his wife and then-toddler age son.
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