History YMMV / FamilyFeud

14th May '16 10:08:16 AM ClatoLawa
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-->'''Creator/David Mitchell''': This was a counterfeit horse? This wasn't a genuine horse? This was maybe two guys in a costume?

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-->'''Creator/David Mitchell''': -->'''Creator/DavidMitchell''': This was a counterfeit horse? This wasn't a genuine horse? This was maybe two guys in a costume? costume?
14th May '16 10:07:42 AM ClatoLawa
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** The infamous "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbATXnykytU phony horse gag]]" incident can be especially funny to fans of a particular story from ''Series/WouldILieToYou'':
-->'''Kevin Bridges''': We bought a horse, we thought we'd rented a horse, we done the horse riding, we took it back to the initial place where we picked up the horse. The locals explained we'd met a counterfeit horse guy, who wasn't from the official horse riding stable—
-->'''Creator/David Mitchell''': This was a counterfeit horse? This wasn't a genuine horse? This was maybe two guys in a costume?
14th Mar '16 10:24:28 AM KoopaKid17
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* BaserBreaker: Steve Harvey. Depending on who you ask, he is either the best thing to happen to ''Feud'' since Ray Combs or the worst. Some fans consider his reactions to off-the wall answers as hilarious and justified while others believe they come across as mean-spirited and downright insulting.

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* BaserBreaker: BaseBreaker: Steve Harvey. Depending on who you ask, he is either the best thing to happen to ''Feud'' since Ray Combs or the worst. Some fans consider his reactions to off-the wall answers as hilarious and justified while others believe they come across as mean-spirited and downright insulting.
14th Mar '16 10:24:17 AM KoopaKid17
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* BaserBreaker: Steve Harvey. Depending on who you ask, he is either the best thing to happen to ''Feud'' since Ray Combs or the worst. Some fans consider his reactions to off-the wall answers as hilarious and justified while others believe they come across as mean-spirited and downright insulting.
19th Feb '16 4:26:27 PM Green_lantern40
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** The ''E! True Hollywood Story'' special on ''Feud'' aired in 2003, one year after Richard Karn replaced Louie Anderson as host. In one segment, Anderson called out the staff in light of his dismissal, saying Karn's version would only last a year. Karn eventually did lose his job to John O'Hurley after four years of hosting. To make matters worse, Karn's stint lasted a year longer than Anderson's.

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** The ''E! True Hollywood Story'' special on ''Feud'' aired in 2003, one 2002, the year after Richard Karn replaced Louie Anderson as host. In one segment, Anderson called out the staff in light of his dismissal, saying Karn's version would only last a year. Karn eventually did lose his job to John O'Hurley after four years of hosting. To make matters worse, Karn's stint lasted a year longer than Anderson's.
18th Feb '16 5:42:29 PM themisterfree
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** As far as announcers go, Joey Fatone, who replaced Burton Richardson when Steve Harvey began hosting. Past announcers would mention the families at the beginning of each show and read the fee plugs (or closed captioning since 1999). Not only does Fatone not announce the families, they use the same two pre-recorded clips of his voice on ''every single show'': one to introduce Harvey and another for the closed captioning plug. With the diminished role, ''Feud'' has no need for an announcer so why they insist on crediting Fatone is anyone's guess. It's made even worse when Steve Harvey [[ViewersAreGoldfish says his name at the start of the show anyway]].

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** As far as announcers go, Joey Fatone, who replaced Burton Richardson when Steve Harvey began hosting. Past announcers would mention the families at the beginning of each show and read the fee plugs (or closed captioning since 1999). Not only does Fatone not announce the families, they use the same two pre-recorded clips of his voice on ''every single show'': one to introduce Harvey and another for the closed captioning plug. With the diminished role, ''Feud'' has no need for an announcer so why they insist on crediting Fatone is anyone's guess. It's made even worse when Steve Harvey [[ViewersAreGoldfish says his name at the start of the show anyway]]. Even more baffling, Burton came back for the 2015 ''Celebrity'' summer run on ABC, so why they still use Fatone is anybody's guess, although it might have something to do with the show now being taped in Harvey's hometown of Atlanta, as opposed to LA or Universal Studios Florida.
3rd Feb '16 12:11:49 PM Gimere
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* AdaptationDisplacement: Zig-zagged like crazy. Although the current version has lasted 16 years (compared to the nine-year run of the original), it's also on its fourth host and might be seen as separate runs in the eyes of some viewers. However, even most non-fans would probably recognize the names Richard Dawson and Ray Combs in association with the ''Feud''.

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* AdaptationDisplacement: Zig-zagged like crazy. Although the current version has lasted 16 years been running since 1999 (compared to the nine-year run of the original), it's also on its fourth host and might be seen as separate runs in the eyes of some viewers. However, even most non-fans would probably recognize the names Richard Dawson and Ray Combs in association with the ''Feud''.
13th Jan '16 2:33:57 PM Gimere
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** Karn's {{Catch Phrase}}s "I'M DOUBLING/TRIPLING THE POINTS!", "YOU'VE SWEPT THE BOARD!", and "THE [name] FAMILY HAVE DRAWN FIRST BLOOD!" were very popular on game show forums for a while...if not necessarily for any ''positive'' reasons.

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** Karn's {{Catch Phrase}}s "I'M DOUBLING/TRIPLING THE POINTS!", "YOU'VE SWEPT THE BOARD!", and "THE [name] FAMILY HAVE DRAWN FIRST BLOOD!" were very popular on game show forums for a while...if while, though not necessarily for any ''positive'' ''[[ReplacementScrappy positive]]'' reasons.



* MorePopularSpinoff: ''Family Feud'' is based on the Audience Match portion of ''Series/MatchGame''. It overshadowed ''Match Game'' in the ratings, although that was partly because CBS shifted the latter's timeslot around several times in a short timespan.

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* MorePopularSpinoff: ''Family Feud'' is based on the Audience Match portion of ''Series/MatchGame''. It overshadowed ''Match Game'' in the ratings, although that was partly because [[ScrewedByTheNetwork CBS shifted the latter's timeslot around several times in a short timespan.timespan]].



* {{Padding}}: Ever notice how many times the contestants bleat "Good answer!" no matter how idiotic the response might be?

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Ever notice how many times the contestants bleat "Good answer!" no matter how idiotic the response might be?
1st Jan '16 8:32:16 PM KoopaKid17
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** The 2008 ''Celebrity Family Feud''. Why producers made the decision to have ''Al Roker'' of all people serve as emcee remains a mystery. Roker, while known as a decent weatherman and enjoyable fixture on the ''Today'' show, did a lackluster job hosting this series, with his weak style and inability to be comedic drawing (unfavorable) comparisons to Richard Karn. What makes this even more confusing is that the main show already ''had'' a host -- John O'Hurley -- who had long proven himself to be more than competent at the gig.
** Survey Says (*CLANG*): O'Hurley had already committed himself to a celebrity cooking show that wound up tanking after one episode.

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** The 2008 ''Celebrity Family Feud''. Why producers made the decision to have ''Al Roker'' of all people serve as emcee remains a mystery. Roker, while known as a decent weatherman and enjoyable fixture on the ''Today'' show, did a lackluster job hosting this series, with his weak style and inability to be comedic drawing (unfavorable) comparisons to Richard Karn. What makes this even more confusing is that the main show already ''had'' a host -- John O'Hurley -- who had long proven himself to be more than competent at the gig.
** Survey Says (*CLANG*):
gig. However, O'Hurley had already committed himself to a celebrity cooking show that wound up tanking after one episode.
1st Jan '16 7:35:52 PM goldenroad
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** Survey Says (*CLANG*): O'Hurley had already committed himself to a celebrity cooking show that wound up tanking after one episode.
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