History Series / FamilyFeud

12th Aug '16 2:01:38 PM Green_lantern40
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** SesameStreetCred: Sesame Street did its own parody with several Muppets. Dawson himself acted as host.

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** SesameStreetCred: Sesame Street Series/SesameStreet [[SesameStreetCred did its own parody parody]], "Family Food", with several Muppets. Dawson himself acted as host.
12th Aug '16 9:25:34 AM Movienut376
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** SesameStreetCred: Sesame Street did its own parody with several Muppets. Dawson himself acted as host.
30th Jul '16 4:13:20 PM Gimere
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* LongRunners: Although it's on its fourth host, the current revival has lasted 17 seasons, longer than both Richard Dawson and Ray Combs' tenures combined. It's easy to forget this version of the show started back in ''1999''.
9th Jul '16 8:25:25 AM IlGreven
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* SpinOff: ''Celebrity Family Feud'', patterned after the 1976-85 version's frequent nighttime celebrity specials, aired in Summer 2008 with Al Roker as host. The first answer ever to be given in this series had to be censored (a testament to how Roker was as a host: he nicknamed the offending answer "Captain Winky"). This, coupled with the fact that the visiting cast of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' seemed to be intentionally-stupid with their answers and not care about the $50,000 jackpot, equaled a definite {{Cancellation}}. [[note]]Bizarrely, the ''My Name Is Earl'' team was the '''characters''', who were appearing on the show against the '''cast''' of other shows. Huh?[[/note]]Steve Harvey would also host a series of primetime Celebrity episodes in 2015 that were better received.

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* SpinOff: ''Celebrity Family Feud'', patterned after the 1976-85 version's frequent nighttime celebrity specials, aired in Summer 2008 with Al Roker as host. The first answer ever to be given in this series had to be censored (a testament to how Roker was as a host: he nicknamed the offending answer "Captain Winky"). This, coupled with the fact that the visiting cast of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' seemed to be intentionally-stupid with their answers and not care about the $50,000 jackpot, equaled a definite {{Cancellation}}. [[note]]Bizarrely, the ''My Name Is Earl'' team was the '''characters''', who were appearing on the show against the '''cast''' of other shows. Huh?[[/note]]Steve Harvey would also host a series of primetime Celebrity episodes in 2015 that were better received.received, and in fact spawned a mini-comeback of primetime game shows for the summer of 2016.
4th Jul '16 4:04:13 PM luisedgarf
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The show spawned a popular British version as well, renamed ''Series/FamilyFortunes''. Hosted by Bob Monkhouse (1980-83), Max Bygraves (1983-85), Les Dennis (1987-2002) Andy Collins (2002) and Vernon Kay (2006-present). There has also been an Australian version, with several hosts from 1977-1996, then hosted by Bert Newton for the 2006-7 version and Grant Denyer from 2014 onwards.

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The show spawned a popular British version as well, renamed ''Series/FamilyFortunes''. Hosted by Bob Monkhouse (1980-83), Max Bygraves (1983-85), Les Dennis (1987-2002) Andy Collins (2002) and Vernon Kay (2006-present). There has also been an Australian version, with several hosts from 1977-1996, then hosted by Bert Newton for the 2006-7 version and Grant Denyer from 2014 onwards.
onwards. It also inspired a Mexican version named "100 mexicanos dijeron". (A 100 Mexicans Said)
2nd Jul '16 6:22:39 AM KoopaKid17
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* SpinOff: ''Celebrity Family Feud'', patterned after the 1976-85 version's frequent nighttime celebrity specials, aired in Summer 2008 with Al Roker as host. The show had to censor an answer within several minutes of the Premiere (a testament to how Roker was as a host: he nicknamed the offending answer "Captain Winky"). This, coupled with the fact that the visiting cast of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' seemed to be intentionally-stupid with their answers and not care about the $50,000 jackpot, equaled a definite {{Cancellation}}. [[note]]Bizarrely, the ''My Name Is Earl'' team was the '''characters''', who were appearing on the show against the '''cast''' of other shows. Huh?[[/note]] Steve Harvey would also host a series of primetime Celebrity episodes in 2015 that were better received.

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* SpinOff: ''Celebrity Family Feud'', patterned after the 1976-85 version's frequent nighttime celebrity specials, aired in Summer 2008 with Al Roker as host. The show first answer ever to be given in this series had to censor an answer within several minutes of the Premiere be censored (a testament to how Roker was as a host: he nicknamed the offending answer "Captain Winky"). This, coupled with the fact that the visiting cast of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' seemed to be intentionally-stupid with their answers and not care about the $50,000 jackpot, equaled a definite {{Cancellation}}. [[note]]Bizarrely, the ''My Name Is Earl'' team was the '''characters''', who were appearing on the show against the '''cast''' of other shows. Huh?[[/note]] Steve Huh?[[/note]]Steve Harvey would also host a series of primetime Celebrity episodes in 2015 that were better received.
5th May '16 9:45:35 AM Lirodon
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** Beginning with Steve Harvey's sixth season, all participating families receive a $500 gift card for playing -- an EnforcedPlug for Green Dot prepaid credit cards.

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** Beginning with Steve Harvey's sixth season, all participating families receive a $500 gift card for playing -- an EnforcedPlug for Green Dot prepaid credit pre-paid debit cards.
28th Apr '16 1:46:24 PM themisterfree
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There was also a very short-lived ''Celebrity Family Feud'' hosted by Al Roker during 2008, but started off on a farcical note with an bleeped-out answer that became a precursor to the Steve Harvey era's raunchy contestant responses, and another one of the matches, involving the cast of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', was very clearly staged in character and [[IdiotBall loaded with in-joke idiocy]]-- unsurprisingly, that version of the ''Feud'' sank like a stone. Creator/{{ABC}} aired a revival of the format for its summer 2015 line-up, this time with Steve Harvey on board, which more or less guaranteed ''much'' better ratings this time around.

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There was also a very short-lived ''Celebrity Family Feud'' hosted by Al Roker during 2008, but started off on a farcical note with an bleeped-out answer that became a precursor to the Steve Harvey era's raunchy contestant responses, and another one of the matches, involving the cast of ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', was very clearly staged in character and [[IdiotBall loaded with in-joke idiocy]]-- unsurprisingly, that version of the ''Feud'' sank like a stone. Creator/{{ABC}} aired a revival of the format for its summer 2015 line-up, this time with Steve Harvey on board, which more or less guaranteed ''much'' better ratings this time around.
around; it's set to return for the summer of 2016 as part of ABC's new "Sunday Fun & Games" block, alongside New York-based reboots of ''[[Series/{{Pyramid}} The $100,000 Pyramid]]'' (with Michael Strahan) and ''Series/MatchGame'' (with Creator/AlecBaldwin).
22nd Apr '16 9:21:53 AM Lirodon
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** Beginning with Steve Harvey's sixth season, all participating families receive a $500-gift card for playing.

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** Beginning with Steve Harvey's sixth season, all participating families receive a $500-gift $500 gift card for playing.playing -- an EnforcedPlug for Green Dot prepaid credit cards.
14th Apr '16 11:21:54 AM 32_Footsteps
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKJxAfanSBU#t=1m37s Ray Combs' last show (May 27, 1994)]] was [[{{Understatement}} less than grand]], with the second Fast Money contestant scoring ''[[EpicFail zero points]]''. Ray not only ribbed the guy on it, but his response after the fourth zero showed that yes, he knew this was his last day.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKJxAfanSBU#t=1m37s Ray Combs' last show (May 27, 1994)]] was [[{{Understatement}} less than grand]], grand, with the second Fast Money contestant scoring ''[[EpicFail zero points]]''. Ray not only ribbed the guy on it, but his response after the fourth zero showed that yes, he knew this was his last day.
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