History Series / OhSit

12th Aug '17 4:45:55 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: Musical Chairs meets ''[[{{Series/Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]''. Even more so as it shares several key elements (such as a three man band of hosts/reporter, funny nicknames for the contestants, sweeper arms and giant pools, etc.).
7th Dec '16 5:30:09 PM Lirodon
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The intent of the show seemed to also be seeing how many sitty puns relating to the word "shit" they could get past the censors

And ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List (the post-round leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers would ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit" (which, appropriately, [[IncrediblyLamePun it did]]).

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The intent of the show seemed to also be seeing how many sitty puns relating to the word "shit" [[IncrediblyLamePun "sit"/"shit" puns]] they could get past the censors

And ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List (the post-round leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers would ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit" (which, appropriately, [[IncrediblyLamePun it did]]).
censors (''Oh Sit!'', the leaderboard being the "Sit List", etc.)
7th Dec '16 5:27:43 PM Lirodon
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A sitty GameShow on TheCW, which takes the classic party game of Musical Chairs and makes it sittier by replacing the polka and swing ensemble with a pop cover band, and by replacing the aimless wandering in circles with a circular obstacle course. Did we mention there's cash prizes?

In each round, a group of contestants race around a ring of sitty obstacles while a band plays a song. Each obstacle a contestant clears during the song is worth cash; once the music stops, the contestants must then race to cross one of three bridge obstacles over a pool that links to a circle of chairs on a platform in the center. The contestant left without a chair is promptly eliminated. But then, each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the round is ''also'' eliminated, cause sit happens. Most of the songs were performed by a cover band known as "The F.O.S. Band", but a guest musician/band played during the third round and the interval before the final round. The last contestant standing-er, sitting-in the end wins, and that's about it.

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A sitty [[Creator/TheCW CW]] GameShow that tried to be a modernized take on TheCW, which takes the classic party game of Musical Chairs and makes it sittier by replacing the polka and swing ensemble with a pop cover band, and by replacing the aimless wandering in circles with a circular obstacle course. Did we mention there's cash prizes?

In each round, a group of contestants race around
musical chairs. Contestants traversed a ring of sitty obstacles while a band plays a song. Each obstacle a contestant clears during the song is worth cash; once the music stops, the contestants must then race to cross one of three bridge obstacles over around a pool that links to a circle of chairs on a platform in the center. while The contestant left without a chair is promptly eliminated. But then, each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the round is ''also'' eliminated, cause sit happens. Most of the songs were performed by a cover band known as "The F.O.S. Band", but a guest musician/band played during Band (or in the third round, a guest musician) played, earning cash for each obstacle they get past.

When the music stopped, the contestants dropped everything and began racing over one of three bridge obstacles to reach the chairs on a platform in the middle. The contestant left without a chair is eliminated. Each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the
round and the interval before the final round. is also eliminated. The last contestant standing-er, sitting-in the end wins, and that's about it.it.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List (the post-round leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers would ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit" (which, appropriately, [[IncrediblyLamePun it did]]).

to:

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The intent of the show seemed to also be seeing how many sitty puns relating to the word "shit" they could get past the censors

And ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List (the post-round leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers would ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit" (which, appropriately, [[IncrediblyLamePun it did]]).
11th Mar '16 1:21:24 AM Gimere
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* CatchPhrase: "Stand by for music!"

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* CatchPhrase: CatchPhrase:
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"Stand by for music!"
5th Dec '15 8:56:49 PM Lirodon
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In each round, a group of contestants race around a ring of sitty obstacles while a band plays a song. Each obstacle a contestant clears during the song is worth cash; once the music stops, the contestants must then race to cross one of three bridge obstacles over a pool that links to a circle of chairs on a platform in the center. The contestant left without a chair is promptly eliminated. But then, each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the round is ''also'' eliminated, cause sit happens. While most of the songs are performed by a cover band known as "The F.O.S. Band", while often in the third round (and the interval before the final round) features a performance by a guest musical act. The last contestant standing-er, sitting-in the end wins, and that's about it.

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In each round, a group of contestants race around a ring of sitty obstacles while a band plays a song. Each obstacle a contestant clears during the song is worth cash; once the music stops, the contestants must then race to cross one of three bridge obstacles over a pool that links to a circle of chairs on a platform in the center. The contestant left without a chair is promptly eliminated. But then, each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the round is ''also'' eliminated, cause sit happens. While most Most of the songs are were performed by a cover band known as "The F.O.S. Band", while often in but a guest musician/band played during the third round (and and the interval before the final round) features a performance by a guest musical act.round. The last contestant standing-er, sitting-in the end wins, and that's about it.
23rd Nov '15 7:43:20 PM WarioBarker
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List (the post-round leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers will ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit".

to:

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List (the post-round leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers will would ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit".shit" (which, appropriately, [[IncrediblyLamePun it did]]).
31st Jul '13 7:11:59 PM WarioBarker
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A sitty GameShow on TheCW, which takes the classic party game of Musical Chairs and makes it sittier by replacing the polka and swing ensemble with a pop cover band, and by replacing the aimless wandering in circles with a circular obstacle course. Did we mention there's cash prizes too?

In each round, a group of contestants race around a ring of sitty obstacles while a band plays a song. Each obstacle a contestant clears during the song is worth cash; once the music stops, the contestants must then race to cross one of three bridge obstacles over a pool that links to a circle of chairs on a platform in the center. The contestant left without a chair is promptly eliminated. But then, each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the round is ''also'' eliminated, cause sit happens. While most of the songs are performed by a cover band known as "The F.O.S. Band", while often in the third round (and the interval before the final round) features a performance by a guest musical act. The last contestant standing - or should we say sitting - in the end wins, and that's about it.

!!GameShowTropes in use
* BonusSpace: The $5,000 chair ($10,000 in later rounds)

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A sitty GameShow on TheCW, which takes the classic party game of Musical Chairs and makes it sittier by replacing the polka and swing ensemble with a pop cover band, and by replacing the aimless wandering in circles with a circular obstacle course. Did we mention there's cash prizes too?

prizes?

In each round, a group of contestants race around a ring of sitty obstacles while a band plays a song. Each obstacle a contestant clears during the song is worth cash; once the music stops, the contestants must then race to cross one of three bridge obstacles over a pool that links to a circle of chairs on a platform in the center. The contestant left without a chair is promptly eliminated. But then, each chair is also a MysteryBox with various cash values attached to them: whoever banks the least amount of money in the round is ''also'' eliminated, cause sit happens. While most of the songs are performed by a cover band known as "The F.O.S. Band", while often in the third round (and the interval before the final round) features a performance by a guest musical act. The last contestant standing - or should we say sitting - in standing-er, sitting-in the end wins, and that's about it.

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!!GameShowTropes in use
use:
* BonusSpace: The $5,000 chair ($10,000 in later rounds)rounds).



** GameShowHost: Jamie Kennedy and Jessi Cruickshank
** LovelyAssistant: Tanika Ray
* {{Whammy}}: The $0 chair
!!This series provides examples of

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** GameShowHost: Jamie Kennedy and Jessi Cruickshank
Cruickshank.
** LovelyAssistant: Tanika Ray
Ray.
* {{Whammy}}: The $0 chair
chair.
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!!This series provides examples ofof:



** "Take a swim!" (Especially in the 2012 episodes)

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** "Take a swim!" (Especially in the 2012 episodes)episodes.)



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And ''how.'' Oh Sit? The Sit List? (the post-round leaderboards) Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers will ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible.

to:

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And ''how.'' Oh Sit? ''how''. ''Oh Sit''? The Sit List? List (the post-round leaderboards) leaderboards)? Sit Happens? Sit going down? The producers will ''always'' try and sneak in as many sit-related puns as possible.possible because "hur hur sounds liek shit".



* XMeetsY: Musical Chairs meets ''[[{{Series/Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]''. Even more so as it shares several key elements (such as a three man band of hosts/reporter, funny nicknames for the contestants, sweeper arms and giant pools, etc.).

to:

* XMeetsY: Musical Chairs meets ''[[{{Series/Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]''. Even more so as it shares several key elements (such as a three man band of hosts/reporter, funny nicknames for the contestants, sweeper arms and giant pools, etc.).).
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12th Jun '13 11:26:09 PM KettouRyuujin
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Added DiffLines:

** "Take a swim!" (Especially in the 2012 episodes)
22nd May '13 1:48:15 PM CEOIII
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* CarriedByTheHost: Okay, they ''try'' to, is that good enough?
8th May '13 10:23:29 PM Lirodon
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* XMeetsY: Musical Chairs meets ''[[{{Series/Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]''. Even more so as it shares several key elements (such as a three man band of hosts/reporter, funny nicknames for the contestants, etc.).

to:

* XMeetsY: Musical Chairs meets ''[[{{Series/Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]''. Even more so as it shares several key elements (such as a three man band of hosts/reporter, funny nicknames for the contestants, sweeper arms and giant pools, etc.).
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