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** '''How Do You Doo-et?''' The same, [[CaptainObvious except with two singers instead of one.]] (season 5)

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** '''How Do You Doo-et?''' The same, [[CaptainObvious except with two singers instead of one.]] one. (season 5)



* '''I Love a Charade''': [[CaptainObvious It's charades.]] Jane almost always sings the title of this game whenever it's introduced.

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* '''I Love a Charade''': [[CaptainObvious It's charades.]] charades. Jane almost always sings the title of this game whenever it's introduced.


A primetime GameShow on Creator/{{NBC}}, hosted by Creator/JaneLynch and co-created by [[Series/WillAndGrace Sean Hayes]] (who is also an executive producer and occasional player). It is, essentially, an informal and laid back MinigameGame where two contestants -- each paired up with two celebrity guests each -- compete in various trivia and puzzle-based challenges for a chance to win $25,000 (and $10,000 for a celebrity's charity). HilarityEnsues.

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A primetime GameShow on Creator/{{NBC}}, hosted by Creator/JaneLynch and co-created by [[Series/WillAndGrace Sean Hayes]] (who is also an executive producer and occasional player). It is, essentially, an informal and laid back MinigameGame where two contestants -- each paired teamed up with two a trio of celebrity guests each -- compete in various trivia and puzzle-based challenges for a chance to win $25,000 (and $10,000 for a celebrity's charity). HilarityEnsues.



* BonusRound: Celebrity Name Game ''(musical flourish)'' "[[ShapedLikeItself With a celebrity!]]" ''(higher-pitched flourish)'' And as of the third season, "[[UpToEleven And with another celebrity!]]" ''(third flourish)'' Played by only the winning contestant and one/two of the celebrities, the player has to identify other celebrities that their partner(s) is describing. The contestant and the celebrity/ies (playing for charity) receives $1,000 for each correct answer; $25,000 for the contestant for getting ten celebrities correct within ninety seconds.

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* BonusRound: Celebrity Name Game ''(musical flourish)'' "[[ShapedLikeItself With a celebrity!]]" ''(higher-pitched flourish)'' And as of the third season, "[[UpToEleven And with another celebrity!]]" ''(third flourish)'' flourish)'' Played by only the winning contestant and one/two of the celebrities, the player has to identify other celebrities that their partner(s) is describing. The contestant and the celebrity/ies (playing for charity) receives $1,000 for each correct answer; $25,000 for the contestant for getting ten celebrities correct within ninety seconds. Not to be confused with that other ''Series/CelebrityNameGame''.


* ThinkOfTheCensors: In a game of Letter Have It, the category was one-syllable words that rhyme with 'Duck'. Jane removes the "F" from play because it's a family show.

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* ThinkOfTheCensors: In a game of Letter Have It, the category was one-syllable words that rhyme with 'Duck'. [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Jane removes the "F" block from play because it's this is a family show.]]


A primetime GameShow on Creator/{{NBC}}, hosted by Creator/JaneLynch and co-created by [[Series/WillAndGrace Sean Hayes]] (who is also an executive producer and occasional player), which all but revives the game show norms of the 1960s. In particular...
* They were (relatively) low stakes.
* They were full of celebrities.
* They were not [[CommercialBreakCliffhanger trying to stretch a moment of tension over an entire commercial break]].

In each episode, two contestants are teamed up with two groups of celebrities, three per team, who play a series of minigames for points. The winning contestant plays a BonusRound for a chance at $25,000 (and $10,000 for a celebrity's charity). HilarityEnsues.

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A primetime GameShow on Creator/{{NBC}}, hosted by Creator/JaneLynch and co-created by [[Series/WillAndGrace Sean Hayes]] (who is also an executive producer and occasional player), which all but revives the game show norms of the 1960s. In particular...
* They were (relatively) low stakes.
* They were full of celebrities.
* They were not [[CommercialBreakCliffhanger trying to stretch a moment of tension over
player). It is, essentially, an entire commercial break]].

In each episode,
informal and laid back MinigameGame where two contestants are teamed -- each paired up with two groups of celebrities, three per team, who play a series of minigames for points. The winning contestant plays a BonusRound celebrity guests each -- compete in various trivia and puzzle-based challenges for a chance at to win $25,000 (and $10,000 for a celebrity's charity). HilarityEnsues.


The series premiered on NBC on July 11, 2013, and a fifth season will premiere over the Summer of 2017. Creator/{{GSN}} has also picked up reruns.

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The series premiered on NBC on July 11, 2013, and a fifth sixth season will premiere over the Summer of 2017.in 2019. Creator/{{GSN}} has also picked up reruns.


* ThinkOfTheCensors: In a game of Letter Have It, the category was one-syllable words that rhyme with 'Duck'. Jane removes the "F" from play because it's a "family show".

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* ThinkOfTheCensors: In a game of Letter Have It, the category was one-syllable words that rhyme with 'Duck'. Jane removes the "F" from play because it's a "family show".family show.


* '''Block Busters''': [[IThoughtItMeant No, not]] [[Series/{{Blockbusters}} that game.]] Each member of the team is given a large block with words on them. They must pick the right words and rearrange themselves to match a movie title (six in total) that is being asked for.

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* '''Block Busters''': [[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtThatWas No, not]] [[Series/{{Blockbusters}} that game.]] Each member of the team is given a large block with words on them. They must pick the right words and rearrange themselves to match a movie title (six in total) that is being asked for.


* DoubleEntendre: Season 5 introduces some games with blatantly suggestive names, like "Hold My Balls", "Get in My Pants", and "Nice Package".



* RunningGag: Jane always tells the losing contestant they would not be going home empty-handed, and says they will receive a joke ConsolationPrize. One notable one was the losing contestant receiving a [[TheRunnerUpTakesItAll Fiat 500]] [[CoolCar Abarth]]... Subverted, it's the [[BaitAndSwitch steering wheel]] (the one used in Where Ya Goin'?).

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* RunningGag: Jane always tells the losing contestant they would not be going home empty-handed, and says they will receive a joke ConsolationPrize. One notable one was the losing contestant receiving a [[TheRunnerUpTakesItAll Fiat 500]] [[CoolCar Abarth]]... Subverted, it's the [[BaitAndSwitch steering wheel]] (the one used in Where Ya Goin'?).


** '''How Do You Doo-et?''' The same, [[ExactlyWhatItDoesOnTheTin except with two singers instead of one.]] (season 5)

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** '''How Do You Doo-et?''' The same, [[ExactlyWhatItDoesOnTheTin [[CaptainObvious except with two singers instead of one.]] (season 5)


* '''How Do You Doo?''': Guess the songs that a team member is singing. Oh, and you can only hum it out with "doos". There's also a two-singer version, "How Do You Doo-et?"

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* '''How Do You Doo?''': Guess the songs that a team member is singing. Oh, and you can only hum it out with "doos". There's also a two-singer version, "How "doos".
** '''How
Do You Doo-et?"Doo-et?''' The same, [[ExactlyWhatItDoesOnTheTin except with two singers instead of one.]] (season 5)


* '''How Do You Doo?''': Guess the songs that a team member is singing. Oh, and you can only hum it out with "doos".

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* '''How Do You Doo?''': Guess the songs that a team member is singing. Oh, and you can only hum it out with "doos". There's also a two-singer version, "How Do You Doo-et?"

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* '''Jane's Odd-itions''': Jane does a first-person monologue about a subject in a "[[Series/SaleOfTheCentury Fame Game]]" vein.


* GameShowHost: Jane Lynch.



* GameShowHost: Jane Lynch.


* XMeetsY: ''Series/NeverMindTheBuzzcocks'' but American and sloshed.


* '''Marquee Madness''': A combination of three movie titles and one must deduce the actor or actress all three have in common (so Mr. and Mrs. Panda Raider is Creator/AngelinaJolie for ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'', ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'', and ''Film/LaraCroftTombRaider'')

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* '''Marquee Madness''': A combination of three movie titles and one must deduce the actor or actress all three have in common (so Mr. and Mrs. Panda Raider is Creator/AngelinaJolie for ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'', ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith2005'', ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'', and ''Film/LaraCroftTombRaider'')

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