History Series / FamilyFeud

10th May '18 6:57:52 PM MichalkaManiac
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10th May '18 6:39:37 PM MichalkaManiac
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** Richard Karn had "[[NoIndoorVoice I'M DOUBLING/TRIPLING THE POINTS!!]]" and "The [name] family have drawn first blood!" after the first round.

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** Richard Karn had became known for this after his first year; particularly, "[[NoIndoorVoice I'M DOUBLING/TRIPLING THE POINTS!!]]" and "The [name] family have drawn first blood!" after the first round.
28th Apr '18 12:05:27 PM Phys101
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* {{Corpsing}}: Unique with Dawson in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNoV_kSe7Dk "September"]] Fast Money. Dawson can't control himself not only after the answer, but also when asking the second contestant the question;
-->'''Dawson''': During what month of pregancy does a woman begin to look pregnant?\\
'''Contestant''': September. ''Winces and cringes.''\\
Dawson and Contestant both lose it. (Dawson loses it again with the second contestant.)
11th Apr '18 6:55:58 PM Vahanisback
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* ContinuityNod: One early episode of the Combs era had Combs kissing a woman, and the woman remarked "You kiss better than Richard Dawson!".
27th Mar '18 4:33:40 AM system
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26th Mar '18 9:14:41 PM Twentington
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** "(Our) Sir Veisaid!" and "Let's play the ''Feud''!", present in all versions.
** Ray Combs had his own spin on the phrase with "What did our Sir, Vay say?", sometimes substituting "the" for "our" and "(random verb)" for "say".

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** "(Our) Sir Veisaid!" survey said!" and "Let's play the ''Feud''!", present in all versions.
** Ray Combs had his own spin on the phrase with "What did our Sir, Vay survey say?", sometimes substituting "the" for "our" and "(random verb)" for "say".
25th Mar '18 8:16:39 AM Solvana
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** "(Our) survey said!" and "Let's play the ''Feud''!", present in all versions.
** Ray Combs had his own spin on the phrase with "What did our survey say?", sometimes substituting "the" for "our" and "(random verb)" for "say".

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** "(Our) survey said!" Sir Veisaid!" and "Let's play the ''Feud''!", present in all versions.
** Ray Combs had his own spin on the phrase with "What did our survey Sir, Vay say?", sometimes substituting "the" for "our" and "(random verb)" for "say".



** Louie Anderson tended to shout "Is it up there?!" for nearly every response.

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** Louie Anderson tended to shout "Is it up there?!" "Izid Updare?!" for nearly every response.response, referring to the board operator for his run.



** "Welcome to ''Family Feud''! I'm [your man,] Steve Harvey! We got a good one for you today..."

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** "Welcome "Welkum to ''Family Feud''! I'm [your man,] Steve Harvey! We got a good one for you today..."



* UnusualEuphemism: Seen regularly on the board since the beginning of the 2011-2012 season. To wit: We've seen "A 'man sausage'," "Man berries," "Guy's 'Soul Pole'," "Ankle Spanker", "Dairy Queens", "Burying the Cane", "My Willing Wiener", "The Notorious V.A.G.", "Riding the honey train", "Wonder down under" and "Meat missile" (all of which should be fairly self-explanatory), but the one that could possibly take the cake is "[[{{Gasshole}} Blow the butt bugle]]."

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* UnusualEuphemism: Seen regularly on the board since the beginning of the 2011-2012 season. To wit: We've seen "A 'man sausage'," "Man berries," "Guy's 'Soul Pole'," "Ankle Spanker", "Dairy Queens", "Burying the Cane", "My Willing Wiener", "The Notorious V.A.G.", "Riding the honey train", "Wonder down under" and "Meat missile" (all of which should be fairly self-explanatory), but the one that could possibly take the cake is "[[{{Gasshole}} Blow the butt bugle]]."" These euphemisms are thought up by Vanna White's lesser-known twin sister, Valerie White, who lives behind the board and has gone stir-crazy after all the years she was forced to live there.
22nd Mar '18 10:24:18 PM mlsmithca
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** For example, when the survey was "Name something that gets passed around". The guy immediately buzzes in with "a joint". What follows is possibly the most hilarious moment in the show's history. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQRMvg5TAl8 It must be seen to be believed.]]
*** The best part? The only answer worth less than that was "Hat/Collection Plate".

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** For example, when the survey was "Name something that gets passed around". The guy immediately buzzes in with "a joint". What follows is possibly the most hilarious moment in the show's history. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQRMvg5TAl8 It must be seen to be believed.]]
***
]] The best part? The only answer worth less than that was "Hat/Collection Plate".



* TakeThat: Those surveyed would occasionally make digs at particular people.
** One poll from 1988 asked to "Name a television evangelist who you think is trustworthy." 28 people responded with "None of them".

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* TakeThat: Those surveyed would occasionally make digs at particular people.
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people. One poll from 1988 asked to "Name a television evangelist who you think is trustworthy." 28 people responded with "None of them".



* TwoDecadesBehind: By the final year of the Dawson era, the big board's answer-flipping mechanics and Ferranti-Packard Fast Money display paled in comparison to the computerized game boards used on ''Series/TicTacDough'' and the then-new ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' The board was retained for the Combs era and gradually had its mechanism tightened up over the course of that version's run, making it run smoother and less clunky (although the Ferranti-Packard glitched out frequently, likely because it had been in storage for three years). When Dawson returned, the show did away with the flip-card board and used the Fast Money board for the entire game, but (inconsistently) overlaid a computerized version of the mechanical board onto it in post-production. The current run continues to use a computerized board, but on a large video wall instead of a CGI overlay.



* TwoDecadesBehind: By the final year of the Dawson era, the big board's answer-flipping mechanics and Ferranti-Packard Fast Money display paled in comparison to the computerized game boards used on ''Series/TicTacDough'' and the then-new ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' The board was retained for the Combs era and gradually had its mechanism tightened up over the course of that version's run, making it run smoother and less clunky (although the Ferranti-Packard glitched out frequently, likely because it had been in storage for three years). When Dawson returned, the show did away with the flip-card board and used the Fast Money board for the entire game, but (inconsistently) overlaid a computerized version of the mechanical board onto it in post-production. The current run continues to use a computerized board, but on a large video wall instead of a CGI overlay.
22nd Mar '18 10:22:13 PM mlsmithca
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* FeudingFamilies: Aside from [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the obvious]], one week of episodes during the Dawson era pitted descendants of the Hatfields going against decendents of the [=McCoys=], complete with shotguns, "Triple X" moonshine jugs and a descendant of the pig that started the original conflict awarded to the winning family.

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* FeudingFamilies: Aside from [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the obvious]], one week of episodes during the Dawson era pitted descendants of the Hatfields going against decendents descendants of the [=McCoys=], complete with shotguns, "Triple X" moonshine jugs and a descendant of the pig that started the original conflict awarded to the winning family.
22nd Feb '18 3:18:23 PM GirlofMassDeconstruction
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* AuthorTract: Some of the questions since the dawn of the Steve Harvey era are phrased in such a way as to give off a HeteronormativeCrusader vibe.
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