History YMMV / FamilyFeud

18th Jan '18 2:21:15 AM jormis29
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-->'''Creator/DavidMitchell''': This was a counterfeit horse? This wasn't a genuine horse? This was maybe two guys in a costume?

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-->'''Creator/DavidMitchell''': -->'''Creator/{{David Mitchell|Actor}}''': This was a counterfeit horse? This wasn't a genuine horse? This was maybe two guys in a costume?
12th Dec '17 9:17:08 AM Anddrix
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* LoveItOrHateIt: Steve Harvey's version. Harvey and the show's repeated use of adult-oriented content has drawn more people into watching the show than ever before in the current run's history, yet it's also chased just as many loyal ''Feud'' and game show fans (and casual viewers) away.
30th Sep '17 6:32:51 PM Green_lantern40
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Most people think the Fast Money time limit extension from 15/20 seconds to 20/25 seconds started on the current version back in 1999, but it had in fact been in place for Richard Dawson's return season back in 1994. Said season also debuted the look of the main game board, including an eight-slot maximum, as seen on the current version (albeit modified) from 1999-2008.
23rd Sep '17 10:38:46 PM Green_lantern40
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* FairForItsDay: Richard Dawson's habit of kissing all the women, already a controversial topic in the days of his original version[[note]]To the point where Creator/MarkGoodson made a special appearance on the show and urged viewers to send in letters saying whether they wanted the kissing to continue or stop. Demonstrating the attitudes of the era -- as most who wrote in saw the kissing as a positive display of wholesome values, compared to the perceieved grit and violence seen on television programs of the period -- the results were ''overwhelmingly'' in favor of keeping the kissing.[[/note]], would most definitely be considered sexual harassment by today's standards.
14th Sep '17 5:31:02 AM GrammarNavi
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** This was even referenced in an episode of ''Series/AmericanDad''- Steve and Hayley created a totem pole featuring the heads of all the hosts for a now-elderly Stan ([[ItMakesSenseInContext long story]]), and Stan points out they omitted O'Hurley (to which Steve goes "I told you!").

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** This was even referenced in an episode of ''Series/AmericanDad''- ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''- Steve and Hayley created a totem pole featuring the heads of all the hosts for a now-elderly Stan ([[ItMakesSenseInContext long story]]), and Stan points out they omitted O'Hurley (to which Steve goes "I told you!").
11th Sep '17 10:34:40 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Coupled with TooSoon, a 2015 celebrity edition asked "Name something that can be inflated or deflated." to Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots. At the time the Patriots had been accused using deflated footballs during NFL post-season games and right in the middle of it was superstar quarterback Tom Brady. Almost one year to the day after the episode aired, Brady's four-game suspension which he had successfully appealed for the 2015 season was reinstated for the following year.

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** Coupled with TooSoon, a A 2015 celebrity edition asked "Name something that can be inflated or deflated." to Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots. At the time the Patriots had been accused using deflated footballs during NFL post-season games and right in the middle of it was superstar quarterback Tom Brady. Almost one year to the day after the episode aired, Brady's four-game suspension which he had successfully appealed for the 2015 season was reinstated for the following year.
28th Jul '17 3:31:34 AM jayharrison
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** The five-note music cue that plays at the end of each round in the Steve Harvey version. Ironically...
* MostWonderfulSound: That same music cue plays once the game is over on the Dawson and Combs versions.



** Richard Karn. While he showed promise once he got over his first-time jitters and initially considered a marked improvement (in part because, unlike Louie, he seemed to show genuine interest in hosting the show), he became obsessed with his {{Catch Phrase}}s and somehow lost what little ad-libbing ability he'd initially shown.

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** Richard Karn. While he showed promise once he got over his first-time jitters and initially considered a marked improvement (in part because, unlike Louie, he seemed to show genuine interest in hosting the show), he became obsessed with his {{Catch Phrase}}s {{CatchPhrase}}s and somehow lost what little ad-libbing ability he'd initially shown.



*** The later Combs episodes and Dawson '94 were both hated for their increasing use of celebrity teams instead of actual families.

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*** The later Combs episodes and Dawson '94 were both hated for their increasing use of [[CelebrityEdition celebrity teams teams]] instead of actual families.
11th Jul '17 7:02:54 PM Twentington
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* TwoDecadesBehind: By the final year of the Dawson era, the big board's answer-flipping mechanics and Ferranti-Packard Fast Money display paled in comparison to the computerized game boards used on ''Series/TicTacDough'' and the then-new ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}!''. The board was retained for the Combs era and gradually had its mechanism tightened up over the course of that version's run, making it run smoother and less clunky. When Dawson returned, the show did away with the flip-card board and used the flip-dot Fast Money board for the entire game, but overlaid a computerized version of the mechanical board onto it in post-production. The current run continues to use a computerized board, but on a large video wall instead of a CGI overlay.
3rd Jul '17 5:54:16 PM KoopaKid17
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** One question from 1980 asked "Name someone about a person that would prevent him from being elected president." to which the number three answer was "Divorced". Later that year, the U.S. elected its first president to have been divorced: Ronald Reagan.

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** One question from 1980 asked "Name someone something about a person that would prevent him from being elected president." to which the number three answer was "Divorced". Later that year, the U.S. elected its first president to have been divorced: Ronald Reagan.
26th May '17 4:15:37 PM PeaceAndLove
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** The contestants' constant shouting of "Good answer!"

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** The contestants' constant shouting of [[TwoWordsAddedEmphasis Two words]]: "Good answer!"
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