History YMMV / YouBetYourLife

21st Mar '16 2:12:57 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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** It probably didn't help that the duck was put into semi-retirement[[labelnote:*]]It was still used for introducing the secret word at the top of the show, but the $100 bonus was now distributed by a female assistant.[[/labelnote]] near the end of the run.

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** It probably didn't help that the duck was put into semi-retirement[[labelnote:*]]It was still used for introducing the secret word at the top of the show, but the $100 bonus was now distributed by a female assistant.[[/labelnote]] assistant[[/labelnote]] near the end of the run.
21st Mar '16 2:12:47 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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** It probably didn't help that the duck was put into semi-retirement[[labelnote:*]]It was still used for introducing the secret word at the top of the show, but the $100 bonus was now distributed by a female assistant.[[/labelnote]] near the end of the run.
5th May '14 12:13:33 PM MarkLungo
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* ToughActToFollow: BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].

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* ToughActToFollow: BuddyHackett Creator/BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].
15th Apr '14 12:19:46 AM FirebirdMaximus
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Groucho never ever let a unintentional double entendre by a contestant slip by without comment. Because of this, the audience developed an almost Pavlovian response, and would begin laughing whenever Groucho paused, often interpreting something racy he himself hadn't spotted.
18th Jan '14 1:10:08 PM kchishol
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* ToughActToFollow: Creator/BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].

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* ToughActToFollow: Creator/BuddyHackett BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].
18th Jan '14 1:09:30 PM kchishol
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* AToughActToFollow: Creator/BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].


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* ToughActToFollow: Creator/BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].
18th Jan '14 1:09:02 PM kchishol
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* AToughActToFollow: Creator/BuddyHackett and Creator/BillCosby learned that successfully remaking the show is impossible without [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho]].
24th May '12 8:40:48 AM DracMonster
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Groucho never ever let a unintentional double entendre by a contestant slip by without comment. Because of this, the audience developed an almost Pavlovian response, and would begin laughing whenever Groucho paused, often interpreting something racy he himself hadn't spotted.
21st Jan '12 1:11:30 PM WarioBarker
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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Probably when the show kicked out the third couple in 1956, and [=DeSoto=] followed in 1957. The remaining four seasons just don't feel the same.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Probably when the show kicked out the third couple in 1956, and [=DeSoto=] followed in 1957. around 1957-58. The remaining four last few seasons just don't feel the same.
2nd Aug '11 1:37:01 AM Tyoria
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* MissedMomentOfAwesome: The two Shout Factory DVD sets are notably missing Groucho's last episode and the ''Jack Benny'' spoof. Also missing, albeit available in its unedited form through public-domain retailers, is a radio episode recorded December 5, 1949 with cameras to see whether the series could be viable as a television production.
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Probably when the show kicked out the third couple in 1956, and [=DeSoto=] followed in 1957. The remaining four seasons just don't feel the same.

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* MissedMomentOfAwesome: The two Shout Factory DVD sets are notably missing Groucho's last episode and the ''Jack Benny'' spoof. Also missing, albeit available in its unedited form through public-domain retailers, is a radio episode recorded December 5, 1949 with cameras to see whether the series could be viable as a television production.
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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Probably when the show kicked out the third couple in 1956, and [=DeSoto=] followed in 1957. The remaining four seasons just don't feel the same.
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