History Series / WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon

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''.
5th Jan '13 3:38:19 AM DarkGuy
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* EatThat: Some of the dares during the ''What Would You Do?'' Medley including eating bizarre food combinations such as a Twinkie with gravy, a hamburger with honey, ice cream with ketchup, "Stan's Cola", etc.
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* EatThat: Some of the dares during the ''What Would You Do?'' Medley including eating bizarre food combinations such as a Twinkie with gravy, a hamburger with honey, ice cream with ketchup, "Stan's Cola", etc. Most of these are like Fear Factor later on.
30th Nov '12 10:40:26 PM theduck87
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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.
22nd Jul '12 6:10:56 PM movie007
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Not to be confused with the ABC show ''[=~What Would You Do?~=]''
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Not to be confused with the ABC show ''[=~What Would You Do?~=]'' ''WhatWouldYouDo''
14th Jul '12 11:09:47 PM mlsmithca
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The show went through a slight ReTool between seasons * [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbg3cVJFQN4&feature=relmfu In the in first season episodes]] more emphases was placed on skits and stunts that did not have a messy outcome. The only pie device that was regularly used was the pie pod and it was not even in every episode. Finally the show ended with the What Would You Do medley ware they would make people perform gross stunts that were on cards taped to their heads or go to the pie pod * [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MF5cMga9MQ In second season episodes]] more emphases was placed on games and getting people messy,. There new pie devices like the Pie Wash to get people messy. Finally the show ended with the wall-o-stuff ware people would open panels what would either give theme a cheap gift, a card to go to a pie device, or a direct messy consequence like a pie or whip cream being shot in there face.
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The show went through a slight ReTool between seasons seasons: * [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbg3cVJFQN4&feature=relmfu com/watch?v=Zbg3cVJFQN4 In the in first season episodes]] season,]] more emphases emphasis was placed on skits and stunts that did not have a messy outcome. The only pie device that was regularly used was the pie pod Pie Pod, and it was not even in every episode. Finally the Each show ended with the What ''What Would You Do medley ware they would make Do?'' medley, where people would perform gross stunts that were on cards taped to their heads or go to the pie pod Pie Pod. * [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MF5cMga9MQ In the second season episodes]] season,]] more emphases emphasis was placed on games and getting people messy,. There messy, with new pie devices like the Pie Wash to get people messy. Finally the Wash. Each show ended with the wall-o-stuff ware Wall O' Stuff, where people would open panels what would either give theme them a cheap gift, a card to go to a pie device, or a direct messy consequence like a pie or whip cream being shot in there their face.

* ButtMonkey: Marc
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* ButtMonkey: MarcMarc.

* CatchPhrase: What Would You Do?.... not used as often as one would think
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* CatchPhrase: What Would You Do?.... not used as often as one would thinkthink.

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

* {{Fanservice}}: A woman once went to the pie pod in a sports bra. (They did not undress her, she came to the show that way for some reason) * ForegoneConclusion: Two contestants, one game, someone's going to be covered in whipped cream very soon. Even though they did subvert this for a while in the second season by offering the winner a token to the wall of stuff or a pie device for their opponent and people kept taking the tokens. They soon wised up and began offering the winner a chance to either send their opponent to the pie device or go themselves and several of them decided they wanted to get messy. * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: the show had quite a bit of it however the best was probably 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 conmen slang term for female genitalia (and by extension sex) several of the lines scream DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust. Since the song was song by a mother and son the IncestSubtext can not be understated and they even showed an audience reaction shot as if to say yes we went there. The fact the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream probably did not help. ** Other examples are the result of the same FromTheMouthsOfBabes formula used by KidsSayTheDarndestThings like when a little boy was asked what his mother said that he douse not like he responded that she says his dad is a real sex machine. ** Marc himself would occasionally sneak a few in since it was am unscripted show like asking a man if he had ever been this turned on in his life during an electrical demonstration or saying that he had a joke that he wanted to say but it would take them off the air after he discovered that two teenagers he had randomly selected from the audience to [[KissingCousins kiss were cousins]], and the boy said [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the girl would sock him]] which Marc misheard
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* {{Fanservice}}: A woman once went to the pie pod in a sports bra. (They did not undress her, she came to the show that way for some reason) bra. * ForegoneConclusion: Two contestants, one game, someone's going to be covered in whipped cream very soon. Even though they did subvert this for a while Subverted in the second season by offering season, when the winner was offered a token to the wall of stuff Wall O' Stuff or a pie device for their opponent and people opponent. When the winners kept taking choosing the tokens. They soon wised up and tokens, the producers began offering the winner them a chance to either send their opponent to the pie device or go themselves themselves, and several of them decided they wanted to get messy. * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: the show had quite a bit of it however the best was probably 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 conmen common slang term for female genitalia (and by extension sex) genitalia, several of the lines scream DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust. Since the song was song by a mother and son the IncestSubtext can not be understated and they even showed an audience reaction shot as if to say yes we went there. The fact crust, or when the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream probably did not help. cream. The producers were clearly aware of the IncestSubtext involved, as demonstrated by an [[LampshadeHanging audience reaction shot]]. ** Other examples are the result of the same FromTheMouthsOfBabes formula used by KidsSayTheDarndestThings like ''KidsSayTheDarndestThings''. For example, when a little boy was asked what his mother said that he douse does not like like, he responded that she says his dad is a real sex machine. ** Marc himself would occasionally sneak a few in since it was am an unscripted show like show, such as asking a man if he had ever been this turned on in his life during an electrical demonstration demonstration, or saying that he had a joke that he wanted to say but it would take them off the air after he discovered that two teenagers he had randomly selected from the audience to [[KissingCousins kiss were cousins]], and the boy said [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the girl would sock him]] which (which Marc misheardmisheard).

* SpecialGuest: David Cassidy, The Amazing Kreskin * TitleDrop: In every episode. It makes sense given the shows premise. * TitleThemeTune: The entire theme song consisted of the words What Would You Do? * XMeetsY: ''CandidCamera'' meets BeatTheClock.
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* SpecialGuest: David Cassidy, The Amazing Kreskin Kreskin. * TitleDrop: In every episode. It makes sense given the shows show's premise. * TitleThemeTune: The entire theme song consisted of the words What "What Would You Do? Do?" * XMeetsY: ''CandidCamera'' meets BeatTheClock.''BeatTheClock''.
3rd Jul '12 8:29:06 AM Ranonamis
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The show went through a slight ReTooling between seasons
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The show went through a slight ReTooling ReTool between seasons

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: the show had quite a bit of it however the best was probably 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 conmen slang term for female genitalia (and by extension sex) several of the lines scream DouseThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust. Since the song was song by a mother and son the IncestSubtext can not be understated and they even showed an audience reaction shot as if to say yes we went there. The fact the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream probably did not help.
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: the show had quite a bit of it however the best was probably 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 conmen slang term for female genitalia (and by extension sex) several of the lines scream DouseThisRemindYouOfAnything, DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust. Since the song was song by a mother and son the IncestSubtext can not be understated and they even showed an audience reaction shot as if to say yes we went there. The fact the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream probably did not help.
2nd Jul '12 9:11:15 PM Ranonamis
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added a few things
The show went through a slight ReTooling between seasons * [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbg3cVJFQN4&feature=relmfu In the in first season episodes]] more emphases was placed on skits and stunts that did not have a messy outcome. The only pie device that was regularly used was the pie pod and it was not even in every episode. Finally the show ended with the What Would You Do medley ware they would make people perform gross stunts that were on cards taped to their heads or go to the pie pod * [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MF5cMga9MQ In second season episodes]] more emphases was placed on games and getting people messy,. There new pie devices like the Pie Wash to get people messy. Finally the show ended with the wall-o-stuff ware people would open panels what would either give theme a cheap gift, a card to go to a pie device, or a direct messy consequence like a pie or whip cream being shot in there face.

* {{Fanservice}}: A woman once went to the pie pod in a sports bra. * ForegoneConclusion: Two contestants, one game, someone's going to be covered in whipped cream very soon.
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* {{Fanservice}}: A woman once went to the pie pod in a sports bra. bra. (They did not undress her, she came to the show that way for some reason) * ForegoneConclusion: Two contestants, one game, someone's going to be covered in whipped cream very soon. Even though they did subvert this for a while in the second season by offering the winner a token to the wall of stuff or a pie device for their opponent and people kept taking the tokens. They soon wised up and began offering the winner a chance to either send their opponent to the pie device or go themselves and several of them decided they wanted to get messy. *GettingCrapPastTheRadar: the show had quite a bit of it however the best was probably 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 conmen slang term for female genitalia (and by extension sex) several of the lines scream DouseThisRemindYouOfAnything, like when she asked him to provide filling for her crust. Since the song was song by a mother and son the IncestSubtext can not be understated and they even showed an audience reaction shot as if to say yes we went there. The fact the song ended with the son giving his mom a face full of white cream probably did not help. ** Other examples are the result of the same FromTheMouthsOfBabes formula used by KidsSayTheDarndestThings like when a little boy was asked what his mother said that he douse not like he responded that she says his dad is a real sex machine. ** Marc himself would occasionally sneak a few in since it was am unscripted show like asking a man if he had ever been this turned on in his life during an electrical demonstration or saying that he had a joke that he wanted to say but it would take them off the air after he discovered that two teenagers he had randomly selected from the audience to [[KissingCousins kiss were cousins]], and the boy said [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the girl would sock him]] which Marc misheard
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