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YMMV: Supermarket Sweep
Adaptation Displacement: The ABC version has been overshadowed by the Lifetime/PAX revival, although early in the 1990s run Johnny Gilbert proclaimed that it was "the return of the one and only Supermarket Sweep!"
Complacent Gaming Syndrome: During the Big Sweep, most contestants were Genre Savvy enough to grab the expensive stuff — Farmer John hams, gallon-sized jugs of Bertolli olive oil, diapers, macadamia nuts, giant steaks, cheese wedges, frozen turkeys, medicine, etc.
Growing the Beard: Probably around the time the coffee/candy bonuses became a regular feature, to the point where David Ruprecht always mentioned them in his run-down of the day's Big Sweep bonuses (right before mentioning the inflatables).
Moment Of Awesome: Whenever a "Team 3" won the Big Sweep, or the very rare occasion in which a team amassed the maximum time from the base of 1:30 — originally 3:40, then 4:30, although in the latter case there were only one or two teams who even got four minutes.
Older Than They Think: Guessing the price of groceries to earn time? Pan over the market just before the host goes into the bonuses? Bonuses that generally make the difference between victory and defeat? Play-by-play commentary by The Announcer? Players making a beeline for the frozen foods at the outset? All done by the original series.
Painful Rhyme: Used in many clues during the front game and Bonus Sweep.
Spiritual Successor: Food Network's Guy's Grocery Games takes several elements from Supermarket Sweep.
They Changed It, Now It Sucks: Inverted. Early in the Lifetime revival, the show had several "monsters" (most famously "Mr. Yuck") who would stand in the way of shoppers during the Big Sweep, forcing them to take another route. They were thankfully discarded in 1991.