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Dude, Not Funny!: The June 25, 1998 episode of GSN's Faux Pause had its Jerkass hosts make fun of the Premiere (Moms-To-Be vs. Teachers). Among other things, they mocked the smoking logo, Oregon, Shelley Long, New Jersey, and Bill Cullen.
Memetic Mutation: A troll on the newsgroup alt.tv.game-shows would frequently make posts asking how "hat putato" was played ("how wuz hat putato plaed? did bil kulin tos uh putato at thu kuntestintz? tat wud bu funi!"). Even though the first "hat putato" post was made in 2000, and the majority of the game show community migrated to a message board in June 2003 (due to the increasing number of such trolls), references to "hat putato" followed.
Instead of moving the show from its Noon timeslot, on April 23 the format went from using teams of three people with the same occupation to teams of two celebrities and a single contestant. This worked about as well as it did on Bullseye two years previous — i.e., not very well at all.
A lot of celebs took their wisecracks and shenanigans far more seriously than they did the game (giving bad answers just to be funny should not be happening, generally speaking). The producers probably sensed this would be an issue, as the Seven-Straight Jackpot was done away with upon the format change...which bit them on the butt immediately, as a contestant on the first Celebrity episode managed to give seven straight right answers all by herself, after her wisecracking celeb teammates got benched.