A primetime Game Show
, which all but revives the game show norms of the 1960's. In particular...
In each episode, two contestants are teamed up with two groups of celebrities, who play a series of minigames for points. The winning contestant plays a Bonus Round
for a chance at $25,000 (and $10,000 for a celebrity's charity). Hilarity Ensues
Said games include:
- Celebrity Fusion: Guess which two celebrities comprise this composite photo (with a Before and After-type name)
- How Do You Doo?: Guess the songs that a team member is singing. Oh, and you can only hum it out with "doos"
- I Love a Charade: It's charades.
- Lil' Picassos: Guess the celebrity based off a child's drawing and a clue.
- Lost in Translation: Guess a film based off a translation of its Market-Based Title somewhere else.
- Matchmaker: Match up pairs of celebrity duos
- Picture Purrfect: Identify films based off pictures with cat heads in them.
- Smash The Button: A list is read; smash said button once something that does fit the given criteria is read.
- Timeline: Arrange the photos (often of the same person) in chronological order in 90 seconds, Race Game style.
- Take The Hint: It's basically Password with the Serial Numbers Filed Off.
- TV ID: A cross between Bid-a-Note and Password; bid on the number of clue words you can use to get someone to identify a TV show.
- Various disciplines of identifying magnified photos of snack foods.
This series provides examples of:
- Bonus Round: Celebrity Name Game; a celebrity describes another celebrity to you. $1,000 for each correct answer, $25,000 for getting 10 in 90 seconds.
- Deadpan Snarker: Jane.
- Expy: In particular, Take The Hint and Celebrity Name Game are played almost just like Password and Pyramid respectively,
- I Need a Freaking Drink: Its implied that there is a bar on-set. But are the celebrities drunk? Maybe...
- Game Show Host: Jane Lynch