History YMMV / TheNamesTheSame

4th Nov '16 4:32:58 PM WarioBarker
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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: "Celebrity Relatives" is probably the best example, given it didn't really fit the show's premise.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: The "Celebrity Relatives" is probably the best example, given it segment, which didn't really fit the show's premise.premise. (It was eventually tossed out after six months, though.)
4th Nov '16 4:30:48 PM WarioBarker
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* MomentOfAwesome: Any contestant who stumped the (especially four-member) panel through the panel's running out of questions. Overlapped with FunnyMoments on occasion, when the panel went into desperation mode and started asking off-the-wall questions when their "stock" began getting low.

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* MomentOfAwesome: Any contestant who stumped the (especially four-member) panel through the panel's latter running out of questions. Overlapped with FunnyMoments on occasion, when the panel went into desperation mode and started asking off-the-wall questions when their "stock" began getting low.



* ReplacementScrappy: The hosts in Season 4, or at least Clifton Fadiman as he had to follow Lewis, James, '''and''' the comedic radio duo.

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* ReplacementScrappy: The hosts in of Season 4, or at least Clifton Fadiman as he had having to follow Lewis, James, '''and''' Lewis. Bob & Ray are generally singled out, partly since they were between longtime TV stalwart James and the comedic radio duo.very capable Fadiman.



* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: "Secret Wish", the panel expansion, and "Celebrity Relatives" could all qualify.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: "Secret Wish", the panel expansion, and "Celebrity Relatives" could all qualify.is probably the best example, given it didn't really fit the show's premise.
29th Aug '14 7:15:19 PM mlsmithca
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* FunnyMoments: The "panel innocently asking questions" format, combined with contestants like "A. Harem" (August 4, 1953), typically meant HilarityEnsues. ''GameShowMomentsGoneBananas'' showed clips of "A. Mattress" (October 1, 1952) and "A. Maid" (March 17, 1953), which went pretty much in the same direction.

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* FunnyMoments: The "panel innocently asking questions" format, combined with contestants like "A. Harem" (August 4, 1953), typically meant HilarityEnsues. ''GameShowMomentsGoneBananas'' ''Series/GameShowMomentsGoneBananas'' showed clips of "A. Mattress" (October 1, 1952) and "A. Maid" (March 17, 1953), which went pretty much in the same direction.
6th Sep '12 5:27:32 PM WarioBarker
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* ReplacementScrappy: Arguably, the hosts in Season 4...or at least Clifton Fadiman, who had to follow Lewis, James, and the comedic radio duo.
* SeasonalRot: Arguably, Season 4.

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** Inversely, panelists who got the right answer through said off-the-wall questions.
* ReplacementScrappy: Arguably, the The hosts in Season 4...4, or at least Clifton Fadiman, who Fadiman as he had to follow Lewis, James, and '''and''' the comedic radio duo.
* SeasonalRot: Arguably, Season 4.
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