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3rd Oct '15 5:46:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Alex Trebek-hosted quizzer ''[[DoubleDare1976 Double Dare]]'' (not to be confused with the [[DoubleDare1986 kids' show]]).
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* The Alex Trebek-hosted quizzer ''[[DoubleDare1976 ''[[Series/DoubleDare1976 Double Dare]]'' (not to be confused with the [[DoubleDare1986 kids' show]]).

* On ''{{Whew}}!'', while the blocker placed blocks on the board, the charger sat behind a scenic flat, wearing headphones that played white sound.
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* On ''{{Whew}}!'', ''Series/{{Whew}}!'', while the blocker placed blocks on the board, the charger sat behind a scenic flat, wearing headphones that played white sound.

* ''TheSimpsons'' did a parody in a Halloween episode where the space alien Kang is revealed to be Maggie's biological father (long story), and the family ends up telling their story on the Jerry Springer show. When Jerry informs the family that they've had Kang sitting in a sound-proof booth backstage the entire time, Kang loudly proclaims, "'''I HEAR ALL!'''"
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* ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did a parody in a Halloween episode where the space alien Kang is revealed to be Maggie's biological father (long story), and the family ends up telling their story on the Jerry Springer show. When Jerry informs the family that they've had Kang sitting in a sound-proof booth backstage the entire time, Kang loudly proclaims, "'''I HEAR ALL!'''"
11th Apr '15 2:10:52 PM allium
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The sound-proof booth has also been used in beauty pageants, including those in the Miss Universe organization, when the contestants are asked a final question before the judges decide the winner.
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The sound-proof booth has also been used in beauty pageants, including those in the Miss Universe organization, when the contestants are asked a final question before the judges decide the winner. And, of course, any [[VoiceActors professional voice actor]] worth their salt has one of these in their home for auditions.
14th Oct '14 10:07:17 PM JMQwilleran
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* ''Series/TwentyOne'' was possibly the first series to use this, though the original version was infamous for being rigged throughout most of its run.
2nd Oct '14 10:20:41 AM DrSlide
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* ''Pawnography'', a SpinOff game show of the History Channel series ''PawnStars'', uses a booth in its final round. The contestant goes up against the team of Rick, Corey, and Chumlee, and each side waits in the booth while the other answers questions.
29th Jun '14 11:57:33 AM Aiguille
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* ''TwentyOne''
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* ''TwentyOne''%%* ''Series/TwentyOne''
8th Jun '13 8:36:27 AM TwoGunAngel
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* Used all the time on daytime {{talk show}}s, usually when one partner of a relationship wishes to confront the other over something the other has done, or air their grievances about a certain issue in the relationship. Sadly, people who get put in said booths have a terminal case of {{Genre Blind}}ness, and never ask questions about ''why'' their sweetie has elected to have them appear on the show with them.
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* Used all the time on daytime {{talk show}}s, show}}s of the [[PointAndLaughShow Point and Laugh]] variety, usually when one partner of a relationship wishes to confront the other over something the other has done, or air their grievances about a certain issue in the relationship. Sadly, people who get put in said booths have a terminal case of {{Genre Blind}}ness, and never ask questions about ''why'' their sweetie has elected to have them appear on the show with them.
26th May '13 1:47:19 PM TwoGunAngel
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* Used all the time on talk shows, usually when one partner of a relationship wishes to confront the other over something the other has done, or air their grievances about a certain issue in the relationship. Sadly, people who get put in said booths have a terminal case of {{Genre Blind}}ness, and never ask questions about ''why'' their sweetie has elected to have them appear on the show with them.
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* Used all the time on talk shows, daytime {{talk show}}s, usually when one partner of a relationship wishes to confront the other over something the other has done, or air their grievances about a certain issue in the relationship. Sadly, people who get put in said booths have a terminal case of {{Genre Blind}}ness, and never ask questions about ''why'' their sweetie has elected to have them appear on the show with them.
26th May '13 1:45:38 PM TwoGunAngel
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* Used all the time on talk shows, usually when one partner of a relationship wishes to confront the other over something the other has done, or air their grievances about a certain issue in the relationship. Sadly, people who get put in said booths have a terminal case of {{Genre Blind}}ness, and never ask questions about ''why'' their sweetie has elected to have them appear on the show with them.
17th May '13 2:19:01 PM Ccook50
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* ''The $64,000 Question.'' * ''PDQ,'' a 1965 syndicated show had two teams with one member of each in soundproof booths competing to identify words and phrases their partners assembled using as few letters as possible. Retooled for NBC in 1973 as ''Baffle''. * ''50 Grand Slam,'' a short-lived NBC show from 1976, used a sound-proof booth.
8th Nov '12 5:18:13 PM Quanyails
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* Series/FriendOrFoe put its teams in soundproof booths so that they could only hear Kennedy and not the other teams.
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* Series/FriendOrFoe ''Series/FriendOrFoe'' put its teams in soundproof booths so that they could only hear Kennedy and not the other teams.
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