History WhatAnIdiot / FamilyFeud

26th May '16 9:44:27 AM Lirodon
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* February 23, 2016[[note]]Though a unedited clip of the round in question was uploaded to the show's YouTube channel on February 8, differing from the show's typical practice of uploading episode clips on said episodes' original airdate[[/note]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU "Tell me another way people say 'mother'."]] "Mom/Mommy" and "Mama" were already answered, there were only two answers left, and "Nanny" wasn't up there. A contestant named Shiela gave a string of guesses that were either already said, or just the same guesses with different pronunciations, among them "Nana" (a nickname typically associated with a ''grandmother''). Including Steve's ensuing antics (which themselves were a crowning moment of funny[[note]]Among them, as seen in the unedited version seen on YouTube (the only part cut out of the broadcast version, a dismayed Steve approaches the audience stating "This shit can't be happening to me. I get paid to host a show. Get too much shit here!"[[/note]]) [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/steve-harvey-worst-family-feud-answer_us_56b275e5e4b04f9b57d85002 it took six-and-a-half minutes before Steve (and the judges) finally gave up and drew the family their third strike since Sheila could not give a valid answer that wasn't already used]]. Not all was lost, as the offending family, the Pattersons, would take the game when their opponents were unable to steal. Fast Money didn't go as well as it could've gone. The same family, however, never got control of the board in the next episode and lost to their competitors, sparing them another guess blunder.
** The events of the fourth round were pretty much foreshadowed by guesses made by The Patterson family's team captain, Cecilia, and her sister Sheila, the one responsible for the "Mommy/Mama/Nana" incident. During the second round, in an blunder similar to the aforementioned incident, Cecilia guesses two answers to the survey question "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women" that were already given and on the board, "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]", which drew a strike. Then, there was Sheila's guess to the survey question in the third round of the episode, "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing": "Quack, Quack."

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* February 23, 2016[[note]]Though a unedited clip of the round in question was uploaded to the show's YouTube channel on February 8, differing from the show's typical practice of uploading episode clips on said episodes' original airdate[[/note]]: where do we begin? One family, the Pattersons, had a rough day:
** In round 2: "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women." Despite already being on the board, team captain Cecilia repeatedly gives answers that were just rewordings of things that were already given and on the board, such as "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]". This ends up foreshadowing a much more infamous moment later on.
** Round 3: "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing." "Quack, quack!"
** And now the main attraction, Round 4:
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU "Tell me another way people say 'mother'."]] "Mom/Mommy" and "Mama" were already answered, there were only two answers left, and "Nanny" wasn't up there. A contestant named Shiela Shiela, much like the blunder of round 2, gave a string of guesses that were either already said, or just the same guesses with different pronunciations, among them "Nana" (a nickname typically associated with a ''grandmother''). Including Steve's ensuing antics (which themselves were a crowning moment of funny[[note]]Among them, as seen in the unedited version seen on YouTube (the only part cut out of the broadcast version, a dismayed Steve approaches the audience stating "This shit can't be happening to me. I get paid to host a show. Get too much shit here!"[[/note]]) [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/steve-harvey-worst-family-feud-answer_us_56b275e5e4b04f9b57d85002 it took six-and-a-half minutes before Steve (and the judges) finally gave up and drew the family their third strike since Sheila could not give a valid answer that wasn't already used]]. Not all was lost, as the offending family, the Pattersons, The Pattersons would take the game when their opponents were unable to steal. Fast Money end up winning on a failed steal, but didn't go as do well as it could've gone. The same family, however, on Fast Money. However, they never got control of the board in the next episode and lost to their competitors, sparing them another guess blunder.
** The events of the fourth round were pretty much foreshadowed by guesses made by The Patterson family's team captain, Cecilia, and her sister Sheila, the one responsible for the "Mommy/Mama/Nana" incident. During the second round, in an blunder similar to the aforementioned incident, Cecilia guesses two answers to the survey question "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women" that were already given and on the board, "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]", which drew a strike. Then, there was Sheila's guess to the survey question in the third round of the episode, "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing": "Quack, Quack."
blunder.
26th May '16 9:29:48 AM Lirodon
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* February 23, 2016[[note]]Though a unedited clip of the round in question was uploaded to the show's YouTube channel on February 8, differing from the show's typical practice of uploading episode clips on said episodes' original airdate[[/note]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU "Tell me another way people say 'mother'."]] "Mom/Mommy" and "Mama" were already answered, there were only two answers left, and "Nanny" wasn't up there. A contestant named Shiela gave a string of guesses that were either already said, or just the same guesses with different pronunciations, among them "Nana" (a nickname typically associated with a ''grandmother''). Including Steve's ensuing antics (which themselves were a crowning moment of funny[[note]]Among them, as seen in the unedited version seen on YouTube (the only part cut out of the broadcast version, and the only episode clip to date that was uploaded to the ''Family Feud'' YouTube channel without editing for profanity), a dismayed Steve approaches the audience stating "This shit can't be happening to me. I get paid to host a show. Get too much shit here!"[[/note]]) [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/steve-harvey-worst-family-feud-answer_us_56b275e5e4b04f9b57d85002 it took six-and-a-half minutes (though Harvey alleges it took about 25 minutes) before Steve (and the judges) finally gave up and drew the family their third strike since Sheila could not give a valid answer that wasn't already used]]. Not all was lost, as the offending family, the Pattersons, would take the game when their opponents were unable to steal. Fast Money however, didn't go as well as it could've gone. The same family, however, never got control of the board in the next episode and lost to their competitors, sparing them another guess blunder. The events of the fourth round were pretty much foreshadowed by guesses made by The Patterson family's team captain, Cecilia, and her sister Sheila, the one responsible for the "Mommy/Mama/Nana" incident. During the second round, in an blunder similar to the aforementioned incident, Cecilia guesses two answers to the survey question "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women" that were already given and on the board, "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]", which drew a strike. Then, there was Sheila's guess to the survey question in the third round of the episode, "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing": "Quack, Quack."

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* February 23, 2016[[note]]Though a unedited clip of the round in question was uploaded to the show's YouTube channel on February 8, differing from the show's typical practice of uploading episode clips on said episodes' original airdate[[/note]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU "Tell me another way people say 'mother'."]] "Mom/Mommy" and "Mama" were already answered, there were only two answers left, and "Nanny" wasn't up there. A contestant named Shiela gave a string of guesses that were either already said, or just the same guesses with different pronunciations, among them "Nana" (a nickname typically associated with a ''grandmother''). Including Steve's ensuing antics (which themselves were a crowning moment of funny[[note]]Among them, as seen in the unedited version seen on YouTube (the only part cut out of the broadcast version, and the only episode clip to date that was uploaded to the ''Family Feud'' YouTube channel without editing for profanity), a dismayed Steve approaches the audience stating "This shit can't be happening to me. I get paid to host a show. Get too much shit here!"[[/note]]) [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/steve-harvey-worst-family-feud-answer_us_56b275e5e4b04f9b57d85002 it took six-and-a-half minutes (though Harvey alleges it took about 25 minutes) before Steve (and the judges) finally gave up and drew the family their third strike since Sheila could not give a valid answer that wasn't already used]]. Not all was lost, as the offending family, the Pattersons, would take the game when their opponents were unable to steal. Fast Money however, didn't go as well as it could've gone. The same family, however, never got control of the board in the next episode and lost to their competitors, sparing them another guess blunder.
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The events of the fourth round were pretty much foreshadowed by guesses made by The Patterson family's team captain, Cecilia, and her sister Sheila, the one responsible for the "Mommy/Mama/Nana" incident. During the second round, in an blunder similar to the aforementioned incident, Cecilia guesses two answers to the survey question "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women" that were already given and on the board, "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]", which drew a strike. Then, there was Sheila's guess to the survey question in the third round of the episode, "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing": "Quack, Quack."
26th May '16 9:27:45 AM Lirodon
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* May 26, 2016: "Name a magazine you read to get the real scoop." "Creator/{{CNN}}"
20th May '16 12:02:47 AM gfclark89
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* September 14, 1979: "Name a food with the word 'French' in it." "French pancakes."
** Though in the contestant's defense, she might have meant "French toast", which was the No. 2 answer.



* September 14, 1979: "Name a food with the word 'French' in it." "French pancakes."
** Though in the contestant's defense, she might have meant "French toast", which was the No. 2 answer.
20th May '16 12:01:49 AM gfclark89
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* "Name a food with the word 'French' in it." "French pancakes."

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* September 14, 1979: "Name a food with the word 'French' in it." "French pancakes."
28th Apr '16 3:54:02 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* February 23, 2016[[note]]Though a unedited clip of the round in question was uploaded to the show's YouTube channel on February 8, differing from the show's typical practice of uploading episode clips on said episodes' original airdate[[/note]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU "Tell me another way people say 'mother'."]] "Mom/Mommy" and "Mama" were already answered, there were only two answers left, and "Nanny" wasn't up there. A contestant named Shiela gave a string of guesses that were either already said, or just the same guesses with different pronunciations, among them "Nana" (a nickname typically associated with a ''grandmother''). Including Steve's ensuing antics (which themselves were a crowning moment of funny[[note]]Among them, as seen in the unedited version seen on YouTube (the only part cut out of the broadcast version, and the only episode clip to date that was uploaded to the ''Family Feud'' YouTube channel without editing for profanity), a dismayed Steve approaches the audience stating "This shit can't be happening to me. I get paid to host a show. Get too much shit here!"[[/note]]) [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/steve-harvey-worst-family-feud-answer_us_56b275e5e4b04f9b57d85002 it took six-and-a-half minutes (though Harvey alleges it took about 25 minutes) before Steve (and the judges) finally gave up and drew the family their third strike since Sheila could not give a valid answer that wasn't already used]]. Not all was lost, as the offending family, the Pattersons, would take the game when their opponents were unable to steal. Fast Money however, didn't go as well as it could've gone. The same family, however, never got control of the board in the next episode and lost to their competitors, sparing them another guess blunder.
** The events of the fourth round were pretty much foreshadowed by guesses made by The Patterson family's team captain, Cecilia, and her sister Sheila, the one responsible for the "Mommy/Mama/Nana" incident. During the second round, in an blunder similar to the aforementioned incident, Cecilia guesses two answers to the survey question "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women" that were already given and on the board, "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]", which drew a strike. Then, there was Sheila's guess to the survey question in the third round of the episode, "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing": "Quack, Quack."

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* February 23, 2016[[note]]Though a unedited clip of the round in question was uploaded to the show's YouTube channel on February 8, differing from the show's typical practice of uploading episode clips on said episodes' original airdate[[/note]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU "Tell me another way people say 'mother'."]] "Mom/Mommy" and "Mama" were already answered, there were only two answers left, and "Nanny" wasn't up there. A contestant named Shiela gave a string of guesses that were either already said, or just the same guesses with different pronunciations, among them "Nana" (a nickname typically associated with a ''grandmother''). Including Steve's ensuing antics (which themselves were a crowning moment of funny[[note]]Among them, as seen in the unedited version seen on YouTube (the only part cut out of the broadcast version, and the only episode clip to date that was uploaded to the ''Family Feud'' YouTube channel without editing for profanity), a dismayed Steve approaches the audience stating "This shit can't be happening to me. I get paid to host a show. Get too much shit here!"[[/note]]) [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/steve-harvey-worst-family-feud-answer_us_56b275e5e4b04f9b57d85002 it took six-and-a-half minutes (though Harvey alleges it took about 25 minutes) before Steve (and the judges) finally gave up and drew the family their third strike since Sheila could not give a valid answer that wasn't already used]]. Not all was lost, as the offending family, the Pattersons, would take the game when their opponents were unable to steal. Fast Money however, didn't go as well as it could've gone. The same family, however, never got control of the board in the next episode and lost to their competitors, sparing them another guess blunder.
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blunder. The events of the fourth round were pretty much foreshadowed by guesses made by The Patterson family's team captain, Cecilia, and her sister Sheila, the one responsible for the "Mommy/Mama/Nana" incident. During the second round, in an blunder similar to the aforementioned incident, Cecilia guesses two answers to the survey question "Name the best way for a shy guy to meet women" that were already given and on the board, "a dating site" (appearing on the board as "online/Tinder") and "a friend" (on the board as "friend/blind date), before finally answering "through [a] family [member]", which drew a strike. Then, there was Sheila's guess to the survey question in the third round of the episode, "Name something chickens do that you'd feel pretty silly doing": "Quack, Quack."


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* April 27, 2016: "Name a word that rhymes with 'lucky'." "Fucky" (which, of course, was bleeped).
25th Apr '16 6:01:47 AM ClatoLawa
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* Another case that seems to rely on everyone - the surveyed people, the contestants and the host - misunderstanding the question: "Name something that can be 'Flavour of the month,'" - by definition, a person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity. However, the answers given in the survey include "Chocolate" (13 points) and "Ice Cream" (the top answer, despite not ''being'' a flavour), two things which will most likely never ''stop'' being popular.

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* Another case that seems to rely on involve everyone - the surveyed people, the contestants and the host - misunderstanding the question: "Name something that can be 'Flavour of the month,'" - by definition, a person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity. However, the answers given in the survey include "Chocolate" (13 points) (scored 13 points for the contestant) and "Ice Cream" (the top answer, despite not ''being'' a flavour), two things which will most likely never ''stop'' being popular.popular. And again, Grant does not seem to notice any of this, though this could be attributed to the fact that the 13 points above were the ''only'' points she scored that round.
22nd Apr '16 9:28:04 AM Lirodon
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* April 22, 2016: "Name a snack people bring on a long car trip." "Chicken."
16th Apr '16 6:59:38 AM ClatoLawa
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* Another dumb one from the survey: "Name something that paparazzi might hide behind." The answer: "A camera." Sadly, Grant doesn't seem to notice the obvious problem (that a camera, especially one big enough to hide behind, would just make a paparazzo even ''more'' conspicuous).

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* Another dumb one from the survey: "Name something that paparazzi might hide behind." The answer: "A camera." Sadly, Grant doesn't seem to notice the obvious problem (that a camera, especially one big enough to hide their face behind, would just make a paparazzo even ''more'' conspicuous).conspicuous).
* Another case that seems to rely on everyone - the surveyed people, the contestants and the host - misunderstanding the question: "Name something that can be 'Flavour of the month,'" - by definition, a person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity. However, the answers given in the survey include "Chocolate" (13 points) and "Ice Cream" (the top answer, despite not ''being'' a flavour), two things which will most likely never ''stop'' being popular.
15th Apr '16 8:19:21 PM thevisualboy37
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** The second contestant almost said "Summer."
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