History Series / UhOh

31st Dec '15 3:08:54 PM Gimere
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1st Sep '15 7:42:00 PM RobFRules
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* TheArtifact: The game show format aside, Wink Yahoo, Quizmaster Patricia, and the original Punisher (Mike Beaver) were all holdovers from It's Alive, as was the conceit of having on-air talent playing a character, with the rest of the show's co-hosts comprised of new hires playing themselves. * TheBully: The Punisher, from dumping slime on contestants (and carrying them into the chamber for said slimings), to squirting water and slime on audience members during his entrance and the commercial breaks
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* TheArtifact: The game show format aside, Wink Yahoo, Quizmaster Patricia, the Punisher character, and the his original Punisher actor (Mike Beaver) were all holdovers from It's Alive, Alive!, as was the conceit of having on-air talent playing a character, with the rest of the show's co-hosts comprised of new hires playing themselves. ** Patricia herself was an artifact, as her roles on the show (hosting the Speed Round and The Dump) could have easily been handled by Wink Yahoo without throwing the show into upheaval * TheBully: The Punisher, from dumping slime on contestants (and carrying them into the chamber for said slimings), to squirting water and slime on audience members during his entrance and the commercial breaksbreaks.

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* TheArtifact: CaptainObvious: Whenever a contestant completed Mayhem, the Speed Round, or The game show format aside, Dump, Sam & Aaron or Patricia would throw it back to Wink Yahoo, Quizmaster Patricia, to announce how many points the team won or lost, even though they could have done it themselves, and attentive fans would have known what the original Punisher (Mike Beaver) were all holdovers from It's Alive, as result was the conceit of having on-air talent playing a character, with the rest of the show's co-hosts comprised of new hires playing themselves. * TheBully: The Punisher, from dumping slime on contestants (and carrying them into the chamber for said slimings), to squirting water and slime on audience members during his entrance and the commercial breaksanyway.
14th Aug '14 6:20:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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Children's [[GameShow game show]] on {{YTV}} that lasted from 1997-2003. A spin-off from the mid-1990s sketch comedy series It's Alive!, Uh Oh! saw three contestant pairs compete in various stunts, games, and challenges (determined by the spin of a wheel) to earn points. In the show's eponymous "Uh Oh!" game, a wrong trivia answer would result in their partner getting slimed (an almost certainty on each episode), where a right answer earned the team 50 or 75 points. The first round and third round followed this format, while the second round saw contestants trying to predict the winners of an off-site obstacle course for 35 points, usually called the Slime Tour. Like fellow contemporary YTV game show Video And Arcade Top 10, Uh Oh! is a fond memory for many Canadian kids from the late 1990s and early 2000s, and reruns used to air on Discovery Kids (now the Canadian version of {{Nickelodeon}}) in the 2000s.
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Children's [[GameShow game show]] on {{YTV}} Creator/{{YTV}} that lasted from 1997-2003. A spin-off from the mid-1990s sketch comedy series It's Alive!, Uh Oh! saw three contestant pairs compete in various stunts, games, and challenges (determined by the spin of a wheel) to earn points. In the show's eponymous "Uh Oh!" game, a wrong trivia answer would result in their partner getting slimed (an almost certainty on each episode), where a right answer earned the team 50 or 75 points. The first round and third round followed this format, while the second round saw contestants trying to predict the winners of an off-site obstacle course for 35 points, usually called the Slime Tour. Like fellow contemporary YTV game show Video And Arcade Top 10, Uh Oh! is a fond memory for many Canadian kids from the late 1990s and early 2000s, and reruns used to air on Discovery Kids (now the Canadian version of {{Nickelodeon}}) in the 2000s.
29th Mar '14 12:51:09 PM Gimere
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* FridayNightDeathSlot: Averted, as the show's original timeslot of Fridays at 6:00 PM lasted successfully for it's first four seasons, partly because it's lead-in was YTV's popular The Zone programming block. However, Uh Oh! was demoted to a Saturday afternoon timeslot in 2001, where it remained for the rest of it's run.

* HeyItsThatGuy: Slime Tour host Shaun Majumder was a YTV PJ and host in the early-mid 1990s (you may remember him as Ed Brainbin from Brain Wash), and he later became a successful actor and comedian known for shows like ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' and ''Detroit 1-8-7''. His replacement Ryan Belleville is also a well-known Canadian comedian who recently starred on the {{CTV}} sitcom Satisfaction.

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Like most other YTV original series, Uh Oh! has never seen a DVD release. With repeats no longer airing following the end of Discovery Kids in Canada, your best bet to find episodes is through YouTube or tape trading.

* TheOtherDarrin: In 2001, The Punisher's original actor Mike Beaver left Uh Oh!, and he was replaced as The Punisher by Sean "Bubba" Loucks for the last two seasons. However, the two Punisher actors were of a similar build, and the same costume was retained, so unless you paid attention to his voice or changes to the gameplay, it might be hard to tell there was a replacement. ** Y'know, except that Beaver is white and Loucks is black...
25th Mar '14 12:25:37 PM StFan
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Slime Tour host Shaun Majumder was a YTV PJ and host in the early-mid 1990s (you may remember him as Ed Brainbin from Brain Wash), and he later became a successful actor and comedian known for shows like {{This Hour Has 22 Minutes}} & {{Detroit 1-8-7}}. His replacement Ryan Belleville is also a well-known Canadian comedian who recently starred on the {{CTV}} sitcom Satisfaction.
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Slime Tour host Shaun Majumder was a YTV PJ and host in the early-mid 1990s (you may remember him as Ed Brainbin from Brain Wash), and he later became a successful actor and comedian known for shows like {{This Hour Has 22 Minutes}} & {{Detroit 1-8-7}}.''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' and ''Detroit 1-8-7''. His replacement Ryan Belleville is also a well-known Canadian comedian who recently starred on the {{CTV}} sitcom Satisfaction.
13th Mar '14 8:41:52 PM nowhammies10
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** Y'know, except that Beaver is white and Loucks is black...
15th Jan '14 9:33:47 AM RobFRules
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* TheArtifact: The game show format aside, Wink Yahoo, Quizmaster Patricia, and the original Punisher (Mike Beaver) were all holdovers from It's Alive, as was the conceit of having on-air talent playing a character, with the rest of the show's co-hosts comprised of new hires as themselves.
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* TheArtifact: The game show format aside, Wink Yahoo, Quizmaster Patricia, and the original Punisher (Mike Beaver) were all holdovers from It's Alive, as was the conceit of having on-air talent playing a character, with the rest of the show's co-hosts comprised of new hires as playing themselves.

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* TheArtifact: The game show format aside, Wink Yahoo, InSeriesNickname: Slashin' Sam, Tearin' Aaron, Quizmaster Patricia, and the original Punisher (Mike Beaver) were all holdovers from It's Alive, as was the conceit of having on-air talent playing a character, with the rest of the show's co-hosts comprised of new hires as themselves.Slime Master Shaun/Ryan
4th Jan '14 11:03:34 PM RobFRules
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** LovelyAssistant: Every other on-screen personality could count, though all had an element of co-hosting in their segments (except maybe the Slime Tour/Field Games referees.) Averted with The Punisher, who'd probably dump slime on you if you called him lovely.
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** LovelyAssistant: Every other on-screen personality could count, though all had an element of co-hosting in their segments (except maybe the Slime Tour/Field Games referees.) Averted Mostly averted with The Punisher, who'd Punisher (who'd probably dump slime on you if you called him lovely.lovely), but he actually did some assisting on Mayhem stunts in the first season.
4th Jan '14 11:00:53 PM RobFRules
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* InvincibleVillain: Within the rules of the game, there's no official way to "defeat" or get revenge on The Punisher. All you can do is avoid Uh Oh@ on the wheel, and if you land on it, get the question right (or hope your partner does) to deprive The Punisher of sliming you (and disappoint him, naturally.) However, that's easier said than done given the difficulty of the questions.
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* InvincibleVillain: Within the rules of the game, there's no official way to "defeat" or get revenge on The Punisher. All you can do is avoid Uh Oh@ Oh! (Deluxe) on the wheel, and if you land on it, get the question right (or hope your partner does) to deprive The Punisher of sliming you (and disappoint him, naturally.) However, that's easier said than done given the difficulty of the questions.
4th Jan '14 11:00:11 PM RobFRules
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* TheBully: The Punisher, from dumping slime on contestants (and carrying them into the chamber for said slimings), to squirting water and slime on audience members during his entrance and the commercial breaks

* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Wink Yahoo, though it was equal parts this trope and a parody of 1970s game show hosts, albeit with a mean streak that took delight in contestants losing points or getting slimed.
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* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Wink Yahoo, though it was equal parts this trope and combined with a parody of 1970s game show hosts, albeit with while possessing a mean streak that took delight in contestants losing points or getting slimed.

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* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Wink Yahoo, though it was equal parts this trope InvincibleVillain: Within the rules of the game, there's no official way to "defeat" or get revenge on The Punisher. All you can do is avoid Uh Oh@ on the wheel, and a parody if you land on it, get the question right (or hope your partner does) to deprive The Punisher of 1970s game show hosts, albeit with a mean streak that took delight in contestants losing points or getting slimed.sliming you (and disappoint him, naturally.) However, that's easier said than done given the difficulty of the questions.

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* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Wink Yahoo, though it TheOtherDarrin: In 2001, The Punisher's original actor Mike Beaver left Uh Oh!, and he was equal parts this trope replaced as The Punisher by Sean "Bubba" Loucks for the last two seasons. However, the two Punisher actors were of a similar build, and a parody of 1970s game show hosts, albeit with a mean streak that took delight in contestants losing points the same costume was retained, so unless you paid attention to his voice or getting slimed.changes to the gameplay, it might be hard to tell there was a replacement.
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