History Series / WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon

1st Oct '17 10:38:13 AM nombretomado
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** Other examples are the result of the same FromTheMouthsOfBabes formula used by ''KidsSayTheDarndestThings''. For example, when a little boy was asked what his mother said that he does not like, he responded that she says his dad is a real sex machine.

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** Other examples are the result of the same FromTheMouthsOfBabes formula used by ''KidsSayTheDarndestThings''.''Series/KidsSayTheDarndestThings''. For example, when a little boy was asked what his mother said that he does not like, he responded that she says his dad is a real sex machine.
20th Aug '17 2:43:59 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''Series/CandidCamera'' meets ''Series/BeatTheClock''.
15th Aug '17 8:36:40 PM GarrulousTiger
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* {{Zonk}}: Some doors in the Wall O' Stuff contained cards that would send them to a pie contraption.

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* {{Zonk}}: Some doors in the Wall O' Stuff contained cards that would send them to a pie contraption.contraption, and sometimes contestants would have pies thrown at them or be squirted with whipped cream upon opening the door.



* CheatersNeverProsper: In one of the "memory game" contests in the second season, one girl's father ducked not once, but ''twice'', when his daughter tried to pie him. Eventually not only was his daughter finally able to land a direct hit, but the father was also sent to the Pie Pod ''in addition'' as punishment for cheating.



* CringeComedy: Major premise, and especially notable when the producers messed with Marc (who has OCD).

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* CringeComedy: Major premise, and especially notable when the producers messed with Marc (who has OCD). For his own part, Marc has said the OCD thing has been blown out of proportion and that he did not have a major problem with the mess.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A regular occurrence, most notably on the country western episode when they had a mother and son sing a DoubleEntendre filled song about wanting her pie. Even ignoring the fact that pie is a common slang term for female genitalia, several of the lines scream DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust, or when the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream. The producers were clearly aware of the IncestSubtext involved, as demonstrated by an [[LampshadeHanging audience reaction shot]].

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A regular occurrence, most notably on the country western episode when they had a mother and son sing a DoubleEntendre filled song about wanting her pie. Even ignoring the fact that pie is a common slang term for female genitalia, several of the lines scream DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust, or when the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream. The producers were clearly aware of the IncestSubtext involved, as demonstrated by an [[LampshadeHanging audience reaction shot]]. Nevertheless, the double entendre seemed to go right over the head of the mother and especially her young son, who sang the tune without any visible sign of discomfort; the mother had a surprisingly good voice, and even after she'd been pied by her son, she reprised the last line of the song as a duet with Marc,
8th Jul '17 6:36:09 PM nombretomado
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* PrecisionFStrike: According to TheOtherWiki, Marc actually swore on the show once (it was bleeped). As a result, he was sent to the Pie Pod.

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* PrecisionFStrike: According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, Marc actually swore on the show once (it was bleeped). As a result, he was sent to the Pie Pod.
14th Nov '16 6:50:41 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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Not to be confused with the ABC show ''Series/WhatWouldYouDo''

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Not to be confused with the ABC show ''Series/WhatWouldYouDo''
''Series/WhatWouldYouDo'', although both shows use hidden cameras as an element.
26th Apr '16 1:56:51 AM aye_amber
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''What Would You Do?'' was a children's game show hosted by Marc Summers that aired on {{Nickelodeon}}. The premise was similar to ''Series/CandidCamera'', as Marc would tape people in unusual situations and ask the audience (set around Universal Studios Florida, the network's original home in the 90s), "[[TitleDrop What would you do?]]" before the outcome was shown. Other aspects of the show involved members of the StudioAudience and Marc getting messy from some sort of contraptions, most of which involved [[PieInTheFace pies]].

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''What Would You Do?'' was a children's game show hosted by Marc Summers that aired on {{Nickelodeon}}.Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}. The premise was similar to ''Series/CandidCamera'', as Marc would tape people in unusual situations and ask the audience (set around Universal Studios Florida, the network's original home in the 90s), "[[TitleDrop What would you do?]]" before the outcome was shown. Other aspects of the show involved members of the StudioAudience and Marc getting messy from some sort of contraptions, most of which involved [[PieInTheFace pies]].
14th Sep '15 11:27:14 AM Prfnoff
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* RecycledSoundtack: The show borrowed most of its musical cues from a show already airing on Nick at the time, ''Series/WildAndCrazyKids''. Both were produced by Woody Fraser and featured music by Alan Ett.

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* RecycledSoundtack: RecycledSoundtrack: The show borrowed most of its musical cues from a show already airing on Nick at the time, ''Series/WildAndCrazyKids''. Both were produced by Woody Fraser and featured music by Alan Ett.
6th Aug '15 3:29:37 PM Gimere
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''What Would You Do?'' was a children's game show hosted by Marc Summers that aired on {{Nickelodeon}}. The premise was similar to ''CandidCamera'', as Marc would tape people in unusual situations and ask the audience (set around Universal Studios Florida, the network's original home in the 90s), "[[TitleDrop What would you do?]]" before the outcome was shown. Other aspects of the show involved members of the StudioAudience and Marc getting messy from some sort of contraptions, most of which involved [[PieInTheFace pies]].

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''What Would You Do?'' was a children's game show hosted by Marc Summers that aired on {{Nickelodeon}}. The premise was similar to ''CandidCamera'', ''Series/CandidCamera'', as Marc would tape people in unusual situations and ask the audience (set around Universal Studios Florida, the network's original home in the 90s), "[[TitleDrop What would you do?]]" before the outcome was shown. Other aspects of the show involved members of the StudioAudience and Marc getting messy from some sort of contraptions, most of which involved [[PieInTheFace pies]].



* {{Crossover}}: With ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'', ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' and ''Series/NickArcade'' called "Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge" that aired during The Big Help in 1994.

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''[[DoubleDare1986 ''[[Series/{{DoubleDare1986}} Double Dare]]'', ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' and ''Series/NickArcade'' called "Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge" that aired during The Big Help in 1994.



* [[IronyAsSheIsCast Irony as He Is Cast]][=/=]TerrifiedOfGerms: Marc, of course, which is interesting, considering the [[DoubleDare1986 other Nick game show he hosted]].



* RecycledSoundtrack: The show borrowed most of its musical cues from a show already airing on Nick at the time, ''Series/WildAndCrazyKids''. Both were produced by Woody Fraser and featured music by Alan Ett.

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* RecycledSoundtrack: RecycledSoundtack: The show borrowed most of its musical cues from a show already airing on Nick at the time, ''Series/WildAndCrazyKids''. Both were produced by Woody Fraser and featured music by Alan Ett.
5th Aug '14 8:15:58 AM Retro7
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''What Would You Do?'' was a children's game show hosted by Marc Summers that aired on {{Nickelodeon}}. The premise was similar to ''CandidCamera'', as Marc would tape people in unusual situations and ask the audience, "[[TitleDrop What would you do?]]" before the outcome was shown. Other aspects of the show involved members of the StudioAudience and Marc getting messy from some sort of contraptions, most of which involved [[PieInTheFace pies]].

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''What Would You Do?'' was a children's game show hosted by Marc Summers that aired on {{Nickelodeon}}. The premise was similar to ''CandidCamera'', as Marc would tape people in unusual situations and ask the audience, audience (set around Universal Studios Florida, the network's original home in the 90s), "[[TitleDrop What would you do?]]" before the outcome was shown. Other aspects of the show involved members of the StudioAudience and Marc getting messy from some sort of contraptions, most of which involved [[PieInTheFace pies]].
21st Nov '13 8:16:36 PM Antwan
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Not to be confused with the ABC show ''WhatWouldYouDo''

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Not to be confused with the ABC show ''WhatWouldYouDo''
''Series/WhatWouldYouDo''



* {{Crossover}}: With ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'', ''LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' and ''NickArcade'' called "Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge" that aired during The Big Help in 1994.

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'', ''LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' and ''NickArcade'' ''Series/NickArcade'' called "Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge" that aired during The Big Help in 1994.



* XMeetsY: ''CandidCamera'' meets ''BeatTheClock''.

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* XMeetsY: ''CandidCamera'' ''Series/CandidCamera'' meets ''BeatTheClock''.''Series/BeatTheClock''.
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