History VideoGame / YouDontKnowJack

14th Nov '17 8:45:22 PM PaulA
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--> "[[{{MASH}} A sitcom called MATH]]"

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--> "[[{{MASH}} "[[{{Series/MASH}} A sitcom called MATH]]"
22nd Sep '17 10:13:34 PM Mikeyfan93
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** Also works in single-player mode, however. Just finish enough rounds to get to three consecutive Gibberish Questions without ending
the game and the result will be the same as if three separate people shot off their [[ClusterFBomb F-Bombs]]

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** Also works in single-player mode, however. Just finish enough rounds to get to three consecutive Gibberish Questions without ending
ending the game and the result will be the same as if three separate people shot off their [[ClusterFBomb F-Bombs]]
12th Sep '17 9:56:16 PM MoPete
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...Step right up to the '''[[SpeedRound Jack Attack]]'''. A large phrase (which can be a word, a name, or a "fill in the blank" statement) will appear prominently in the middle of the screen, while several smaller phrases fly by. When you see two words that match, press the space bar. Correct matches win you a large sum of cash, but you lose just as much if you guess wrong. There are seven large phrases in all to match. And don't forget... ''r'''''e'''m'''''e'''''''m'''''b'''e'''''r''''' ''t'''''h'''e ''c'''''l'''u'''''e'''''... it's gotta be a match that fits the theme of the Jack Attack.

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...Step right up to the '''[[SpeedRound Jack Attack]]'''. A large phrase (which can be a word, a name, or a "fill in the blank" statement) will appear prominently in the middle of the screen, while several smaller phrases fly by. When you see two words that match, press the space bar.hit your buzzer. Correct matches win you a large sum of cash, but you lose just as much if you guess wrong. There are seven large phrases in all to match. And don't forget... ''r'''''e'''m'''''e'''''''m'''''b'''e'''''r''''' ''t'''''h'''e ''c'''''l'''u'''''e'''''... it's gotta be a match that fits the theme of the Jack Attack.
7th Sep '17 11:33:26 PM MoPete
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* '''Dis or Dat''': I'll read you a list of seven things, and for each, I'll want you to tell me if it belongs in category A, or category B (like "A Blaxploitation Movie" or "A Brand of White Bread"). And on some "Dis or Dats", I may add "Both" as a third option. Unless your opponents are playing online, only one player gets to play for this question. Otherwise, your friends who might be sitting by the TV tonight with you, get a chance to steal some cash whenever you get things wrong and they get 'em right.
* '''Three-Way''': Similar to "Dis or Dat", I'll give you a list of seven things, with ''three'' categories to put them in. The game will flip between the three answers randomly, and you have to buzz in when you see the right one.

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* '''Dis or Dat''': I'll read you a list of seven things, and for each, I'll want you to tell me if it belongs in category A, or category B (like "A Blaxploitation Movie" or "A Brand of White Bread"). And on some "Dis or Dats", I may add "Both" as a third option. If you pick the right category, you get some cash. If you pick wrong, cash is taken away. You have the option to skip if you're not sure, but any that are unanswered when the 30 second time limit expires will cost you. Unless your opponents are playing online, only one player gets to play for this question. Otherwise, your friends who might be sitting by the TV tonight with you, get a chance to steal some cash whenever you get things wrong and they get 'em right.
* '''Three-Way''': Similar to "Dis or Dat", I'll give you a list of seven things, with ''three'' categories to put them in. The game will flip between the three answers randomly, and you have to buzz in when you see the right one. Unlike "Dis or Dat," all the players participate in a Three-Way, and a wrong choice doesn't advance the question.
31st Aug '17 9:57:46 AM Mikeyfan93
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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: one of the Parody Commercials has a crappy translator service where the people who translate from [language] clearly aren't speaking said language. For instance, the Spanish translator talks in French, while the ASL translator speaks cow.

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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: one One of the Parody Commercials has a crappy translator service where the people who translate from [language] clearly aren't speaking said language. For instance, the Spanish translator talks in French, while the ASL translator speaks cow.
26th Aug '17 11:23:45 AM pgj1997
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** Also works in single-player mode, however. Just finish enough rounds to get to three consecutive Gibberish Questions without ending the game and the result will be the same as if three separate people shot off their [[ClusterFBomb F-Bombs]]

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** Also works in single-player mode, however. Just finish enough rounds to get to three consecutive Gibberish Questions without ending ending
the game and the result will be the same as if three separate people shot off their [[ClusterFBomb F-Bombs]]F-Bombs]]
** In ''Facebook'', typing this in during a gibberish question causes Cookie to call your mouth a toilet.
** In ''2015'', typing it in as your name causes Cookie to change your name, and take away 1000 dollars at the start of the game. Doing this a second time makes him to change your name again, and takes away [[AndNinetyNineCents 50,001 dollars]]. Doing this any more causes Cookie to give up and give you a prize, a goat.



** And in the 2011 game, this is Cookie's response when the player screws ''themselves''.

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** And in In the 2011 game, this is Cookie's response when the player screws ''themselves''.
20th Aug '17 2:16:02 PM VmKid
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Welcome to ''You Don't Know Jack'', the game series where high culture and pop culture collide. I'm [[GameShowHost your host]] [[TheVoice Cookie Masterson]], and I'm very excited to have you onboard today... is what I would say if I were an activity director on a cruise liner. But I'm not. Now pay attention.

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Welcome to ''You Don't Know Jack'', the game series where high culture and pop culture collide. I'm [[GameShowHost your host]] [[TheVoice Cookie Masterson]], and I'm very excited to have you onboard onboacard today... is what I would say if I were an activity director on a cruise liner. But I'm not. Now pay attention.


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** Schmitty has a tendency to refer to pretty much everyone as "my close, personal friend(s)". This generally extends to anyone that Schmitty has no actual chance of knowing, be it because they're from a place he's never been or because the person in question is long dead.


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** {{Lampshaded}} in The Bottom of ''The Ride'':
--> '''Nate:''' And how about all those fantastic hours sitting in a small, dark soundbooth reading the same damn thing over and over again? (Mockingly) "And the category is...", "And here's your category...", "And this category's about...", like it's all spontaneous or something.
--> '''Cookie:''' Pfft, yeah, what a crock.
--> '''Schmitty:''' No kiddin'.
20th Aug '17 2:02:51 PM VmKid
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* MadLibsDialogue: Due to the "Interactive Conversation" nature of the games, dialogue is sometimes delivered like this:
** Rules spiels often combine pre-recorded "common" bits with question-specific bits. This is most evident in Dis or Dats, which have to have slightly different rules depending on what the answers are, as well as which platform the game is being played on.
--> '''Cookie:''' If it's [choice], press [button]. If it's [other choice], press [other button].
** This sort of dialogue is also used very liberally in ''The Ride'', in plenty of places. The elevator sign-in host is the most obvious, as her dialogue is very clearly pieced together from different takes. Within the game, floors may have slightly different introductions depending on your answer to the Moral Dilemma question. Certain random pieces of dialogue may be added depending on your performance during the game. Hosts may even read out specific dollar values during question intros.
** Categories are usually introduced like this, with each part randomly chosen from a set:
--> '''Host:''' The category is... [Category]. And it's worth $x,000.
** ''5th Dementia'' takes takes it a step further by having all dollar amounts be read aloud by Schmitty, being Mad Libs-ed in by necessity.
7th Jul '17 5:08:23 PM KingFez
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** ''2011'' manages to do this with a ''question number animation''. [[spoiler:The lead 4 the "everybody cuatro" 4s is suddenly gunned down. This leads to a mini-story arc in subsequent games, witch contains an "f" as TheOtherDarrin]]. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRfV_GH9pmc See it for yourself.]]

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** ''2011'' manages to do this with a ''question number animation''. [[spoiler:The lead 4 the "everybody cuatro" 4s is suddenly gunned down. This leads to a mini-story arc in subsequent games, witch contains an "f" as TheOtherDarrin]]. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRfV_GH9pmc com/watch?v=_M8huDzWbwQ See it for yourself.]]
13th Jun '17 9:53:33 PM MarshalGrover
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** ''2015'' also features the ghost of the 4 that was shot in ''2011'', appearing during the Question 4our intro.
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