History Series / FamilyFeud

16th Feb '17 12:47:25 PM Lirodon
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* BitingTheHandHumor: "Name a TV show you'd be embarrassed to see any of your family members on." "''Family Feud''." It was the #4 answer.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: "Name a TV show you'd be embarrassed to see any of your family members on." "''Family The #4 answer, and the first guess, was ''Family Feud''." It was the #4 answer.
16th Feb '17 12:46:46 PM Lirodon
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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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* AuthorTract: Some of the questions since the dawn of the Steve Harvey Era era are phrased in such a way as to give off a HeteronormativeCrusader vibe.vibe.
* BitingTheHandHumor: "Name a TV show you'd be embarrassed to see any of your family members on." "''Family Feud''." It was the #4 answer.
30th Jan '17 12:00:43 PM megarockman
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Contestants sometimes buzz in on the "face-off" before the host finishes the question in order to get first crack at an answer they think is up there. Of course, not having heard the entire question, such contestants may find themselves pretty red-faced at their answers. An example from the Dawson era in 1977:
-->'''Dawson:''' Name something made of leather- (''Contestant buzzes in'') Yes sir?
-->'''Contestant:''' A purse.
-->'''Dawson:''' You're gonna be slightly embarrassed when I finish this question. A purse? (''Strike sound'') Name something made of leather that a cowboy uses.
5th Jan '17 12:28:02 PM SeptimusHeap
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** A big part of this seems to be that they stopped censoring the answers and the [[FreudWasRight dirty answers to otherwise innocuous questions]] are getting onto the show.

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** A big part of this seems to be that they stopped censoring the answers and the [[FreudWasRight dirty answers to otherwise innocuous questions]] questions are getting onto the show.
2nd Nov '16 10:51:21 AM Gimere
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''Show me...Tropes!''
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''Show !! "Show me...Tropes!''
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26th Oct '16 11:30:16 AM sturmovik
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26th Oct '16 11:29:49 AM sturmovik
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''Show me...Tropes!''
8th Oct '16 9:21:48 PM Gimere
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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; 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).

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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; it's set to return it returned 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).
4th Oct '16 12:30:45 AM Green_lantern40
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* {{Crossover}}: Just about every late-1970s/early-1980s Top-20 ABC show made an appearance on primetime ''Feud'' specials during the Dawson era. ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'' and CBS soap operas appeared for charity during the Combs run.

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* {{Crossover}}: Just about every late-1970s/early-1980s Top-20 ABC show made an appearance on primetime ''Feud'' specials during the Dawson era. ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'' and CBS soap operas appeared for charity during the Combs run. Dawson '94 again featured soap operas, as well as ''Series/AmericanGladiators''.
4th Oct '16 12:23:59 AM Green_lantern40
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** The last bar of the original theme was used as a victory cue on the short-lived game show ''Series/TriviaTrap''.

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** The last bar of the original Dawson-era theme was used as a victory cue on the short-lived game show ''Series/TriviaTrap''.''Series/TriviaTrap''.
** The last ''few'' bars of the Dawson-era theme have been used as the introductory cue to Grand Game on ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'' since its introduction (save for a brief spot in the early-'90s when the Combs-era theme was used instead). At least two different arrangements of the 1994-95 season's opening theme were used as new car cues on ''Price'' until around the time Drew Carey took over.
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