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* Another IThoughtItMeant moment...

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* Another IThoughtItMeant JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant moment...


* More funny examples are from [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2iarfd Family Misfortunes]].

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* More funny examples are from [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2iarfd [[https://youtu.be/iJ6sEYjXRdE Family Misfortunes]] and [[https://youtu.be/7DiSdH7lxbU More Family Misfortunes]].

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* More funny examples are from [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2iarfd Family Misfortunes]].


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* More funny examples are from [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2iarfd All Star Family Misfortunes]].


'''Les''': ''Arthur'' Shakespeare...?

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'''Les''': ''Arthur'' Shakespeare...Arthur ''Shakespeare''...?


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* IThoughtItMeant...

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* IThoughtItMeant...Another IThoughtItMeant moment...



-->(Vernon makes a "are you kidding me?" face as Melinda claims to never have done so.)

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-->(Vernon makes a "are "[[WhatTheHellPlayer are you kidding me?" me?]]" face as Melinda claims to never have done so.)


'''Les''': Oh, no!\\

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'''Les''': [[BigNo Oh, no!\\no!]]\\


* "Name something you do when visitors are expected." Sounds simple enough, right? Except that the contestant had an incredibly thick accent, and Max couldn't quite understand him, assuming his answer was "a Northern expression." The answer given? "Bake." As in "bake a cake."

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* "Name something you do when visitors are expected." Sounds simple enough, right? Except that the contestant had an incredibly thick accent, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XOKEt8kTcs&t=1m53s Max couldn't quite understand him, him]], assuming his answer was "a Northern expression." The answer given? "Bake." As in "bake a cake."


--> '''Contestant:''' [[BasicInstinct Sharon Stone!]]

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--> '''Contestant:''' [[BasicInstinct [[Film/BasicInstinct Sharon Stone!]]


** Another:
--> '''Bob:''' We asked 100 people to name a bird with long legs.
--> '''Contestant:''' [[BasicInstinct Sharon Stone!]]
** And this one was reportedly cut from the recording:

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** Another:
--> '''Bob:''' We asked 100 people to name a bird with long legs.
--> '''Contestant:''' [[BasicInstinct Sharon Stone!]]
** And this
This one was reportedly cut from the recording:



--> '''Les:''' We asked 100 people to name a bird with long legs.
--> '''Contestant:''' [[BasicInstinct Sharon Stone!]]



* The silly answer of "dirty mags" for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKjSkkHPKK4 something a wife might not let her husband have in the house]]" was only the tip of the iceberg, as "[[UnexpectedlyObscureAnswer Ferret]]" was on the board for 9 points.

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* The silly answer of "dirty mags" for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKjSkkHPKK4 something a wife might not let her husband have in the house]]" was only the tip of the iceberg, as "[[UnexpectedlyObscureAnswer Ferret]]" was on the board for 9 points.£9.


--> '''Bob:''' This is ''Family Fortunes''. I think you want ''TheKryptonFactor''.

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--> '''Bob:''' This is ''Family Fortunes''. I think you want ''TheKryptonFactor''.''Series/TheKryptonFactor''.



--> '''Bob:''' '''*goes over and hugs the man, still laughing*''' I love you... oh my God... '''*after a little more laughing*''' An answer like that can get you badly battered, I'll tell you that...

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--> '''Bob:''' '''*goes ''(goes over and hugs the man, still laughing*''' laughing)'' I love you... oh my God... '''*after ''(after a little more laughing*''' laughing)'' An answer like that can get you badly battered, I'll tell you that...


* Apparently ''TheXFiles'' isn't that big across the pond...
-->'''Les''': We asked 100 people to name something associated with ''TheXFiles.''\\

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* Apparently ''TheXFiles'' ''Series/TheXFiles'' isn't that big across the pond...
-->'''Les''': We asked 100 people to name something associated with ''TheXFiles.''The X-Files.''\\


-->'''Brian''': LESBIAN!

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-->'''Brian''': LESBIAN![[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2pdM2DLyA8 LESBIAN!]]


(''[[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor board reveals the #5 answer "Grill", worth 12 points]]'')\\

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(''[[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor board reveals the #5 answer "Grill", worth 12 points]]'')\\£12]]'')\\


* One [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdwOyT9Erso&feature=related player in Big Money]] only needed 25 points to win. Unfortunately, he found the [[{{Main/Pointless}} pointless answer]] of "Luxembourg" as a country who's competed in the EurovisionSongContest (They did, actually!), answered "Name an animal in a nursery rhyme" with "Andy Pandy" (A character on a BBC children's series from the 1950's), got 0's for "President" and "Leek" for a government position and vegetable you chop respectively. And to cap it off, he answered "Brat" as a slang term for a child. Predictably, it was 0's all around.

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* One [[http://www.*The silly answer of "dirty mags" for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdwOyT9Erso&feature=related player in Big Money]] only needed 25 points to win. Unfortunately, he found the [[{{Main/Pointless}} pointless answer]] of "Luxembourg" as com/watch?v=AKjSkkHPKK4 something a country who's competed wife might not let her husband have in the EurovisionSongContest (They did, actually!), answered "Name an animal in a nursery rhyme" with "Andy Pandy" (A character on a BBC children's series from house]]" was only the 1950's), got 0's tip of the iceberg, as "[[UnexpectedlyObscureAnswer Ferret]]" was on the board for "President" and "Leek" for a government position and vegetable you chop respectively. And to cap it off, he answered "Brat" as a slang term for a child. Predictably, it was 0's all around.9 points.


** During the initial face-off of that same question above, one of the conetsants said '[[ManInAKilt peeking under a Scotsman's kilt]]'. What makes this even funnier was that A--both families were from Scotland, and B--two of the members of the opposing family (one of them being the captain) were wearing kilts.

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** During the initial face-off of that same question above, one of the conetsants contestants said '[[ManInAKilt peeking under a Scotsman's kilt]]'. What makes this even funnier was that A--both families were from Scotland, and B--two of the members of the opposing family (one of them being the captain) were wearing kilts.

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