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The final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', is similar to the Crossword round in the '80s series. First, 16 ''Scrabble'' tiles are placed onscreen and are randomly flashing; this is the amount of Bonus Tiles the team had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won). They hit their buzzers to stop the randomizer and are awarded the total value of all the tiles they hit as a head start. A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given. The first team to buzz in and answer correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

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The final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', is similar to the Crossword round in the '80s series. First, 16 ''Scrabble'' tiles are placed onscreen and are randomly flashing; this is the amount of Bonus Tiles the a team had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won). has collected (two per win in Rounds 1 through 3). They hit their buzzers to stop the randomizer and are awarded the total value of all the tiles they hit light as a head start. A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given. The first team to buzz in and answer correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.


* SoundProofBooth: Used for ''Scrabble Flash''- the one team is doing the round while the other is isolated with headphones.

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* SoundProofBooth: Used for ''Scrabble Flash''- the one Flash'' and ''Scrabble Speedword''. The second team is doing the round waits offstage while the other is isolated with headphones.
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* '''''Scrabble'' Knockout:''' The inverse of the 80s Scrabble Sprint- instead of solving words as they fill in before time runs out, teams instead have to get rid of the letters that shouldn't be there. Much like the Sprint, whichever team solves the words faster wins.

* '''''Scrabble'' Babble:''' Kinda like ''Series/{{Pyramid}}'' and the "Turnabout" bonus round from ''Series/ChildsPlay'', in that a parent has to describe a word to the kid without saying the word; here they have to fill in a missing letter in a word and the child says the word. Once they get the word, they move on until they hit seven letter words. Whichever team gets five words faster or the most in a minute wins.

* '''''Scrabble'' Scream:''' One team member unscrambles part of a word, and the other has to unscramble the rest to make a complete word- all while screaming. Again, whichever team solves their puzzles faster wins.

* '''''Scrabble'' Slam:''' One player hits a button to set the clock. Five letters- four and a spare- appear on a screen, and each team member uses the button to "slam" the extra letter to make a new word. This gradually eliminates players and the last one standing wins for their team.

* '''Speedword:''' Used only in one episode, it bears no relation to the 80s Speedword (which was just a generic SpeedRound). Instead, there are 5 letters displayed on screens installed on some tracks (with three screens on top and bottom, with 2 screens in the middle). 30 seconds are provided as the parent tries to get the child to make as many 3-letter words as they can and get that to the bottom of the tracks. The score depends on how many words they got to the bottom and the opponents then try to beat that.

For each game won, one of the teams then gets a prize. They then move on to round 3: '''''Scrabble'' Flash''', where one team is isolated while the other uses five oversized ''Scrabble Flash'' cubes to make three letter words.

For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. First, 16 ''Scrabble'' tiles are placed onscreen and are randomly flashing; this is the amount of Bonus Tiles the team had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won); they hit their buzzers to stop the randomizer and get tiles (and hence points for a head-start). A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

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* '''''Scrabble'' Knockout:''' The inverse of the 80s '80s Scrabble Sprint- instead of solving words as Sprint. The team is shown a word with three extra letters inserted, and the parent tells the kid which ones to remove, one at a time. If the kid picks a correct letter, the screen freezes and they fill in before time runs out, teams instead have to get rid of hit a plunger to reset and replay the letters that shouldn't be there. Much like the Sprint, whichever team solves the words word. The faster wins.

time to solve five words, or the most solved in one minute, wins the round.

* '''''Scrabble'' Babble:''' Kinda like ''Series/{{Pyramid}}'' and the "Turnabout" bonus round from ''Series/ChildsPlay'', in that a parent has is shown a word with one letter missing; they have to decide on a fitting word and describe a word to it for the kid without saying the word; here they have to fill in a missing letter in a word and the child says the word. it. Once they get the word, they move on get a word with one more letter until they hit seven letter words.letters total. Whichever team gets five words faster or the most in a minute wins.

* '''''Scrabble'' Scream:''' One team member unscrambles part of a word, and the other has to unscramble the rest to make a complete word- all while screaming. Again, whichever team solves their puzzles the faster time to solve five words or the most words solved in one minute wins.

* '''''Scrabble'' Slam:''' One player hits a button to set the clock. Five letters- four clock at a random time from 10-30 seconds, but none of the players knows how much. A four-letter word and a spare- spare letter appear on a screen, and each team member uses the button to "slam" the extra letter spare onto one of the letters to make form a new word. This gradually eliminates players and word, passing control to the next player in line. The player in control when time runs out is eliminated; last one team standing wins for their team.

the round.

* '''Speedword:''' Used only in one episode, it bears no relation to the 80s Speedword (which was just a generic SpeedRound). Instead, there are 5 five letters are displayed on screens installed on some three rows of connected tracks (with three screens (three spaces each on top and bottom, with 2 screens in top/bottom rows, two on the middle). 30 seconds are provided as the The parent tries to get calls out a three-letter word, and the child kid has to make as many 3-letter words as they can and get that to spell it on the bottom of row by sliding the tracks. The score depends on how many words they got to letters. Both teams use the bottom same set of letters, and the opponents then try second team is isolated while the first one plays. The faster time to beat that.

make four words, or the most words formed in 60 seconds, wins the round.

For each game won, one of the teams then gets a prize. They then move on to round 3: '''''Scrabble'' Flash''', where one team is isolated while the other uses five oversized ''Scrabble Flash'' cubes to make words of three letter words.

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or more letters. They score one point per letter; high score wins the round.

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final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely is similar to the 80s main game. Crossword round in the '80s series. First, 16 ''Scrabble'' tiles are placed onscreen and are randomly flashing; this is the amount of Bonus Tiles the team had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won); they won). They hit their buzzers to stop the randomizer and get are awarded the total value of all the tiles (and hence points for they hit as a head-start). head start. A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given- the given. The first team to buzz in and answer correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.


The show had big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat]] [[Series/TheJokersWild Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]), plus Cindy Clark (daughter of Creator/DickClark); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'', served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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The show had big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat]] [[Series/TheJokersWild Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]), plus Cindy Clark (daughter of Creator/DickClark); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'', served as creative consultants. The show ran for 30 episodes, from September 2011 to April 2012.


** TheAnnouncer: Randy Thomas (a GenderBlenderName; she normally does VO work for award shows).

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** TheAnnouncer: Randy Thomas (a GenderBlenderName; she (she normally does VO work for award shows).shows and was the voice of the Hooked on Phonics "1-800-ABC-DEFG" commercials).


The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'', served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Pat]] [[Series/TheJokersWild Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Martindale]]), plus Cindy Clark (daughter of Creator/DickClark); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'', served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.



* SceneryPorn: The set was pretty cool-looking, with lots of monitors, including bands that stretched across the perimeter and scrolled words, as well as ''Flash'' style cubes strewn about the perimeter.

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* SceneryPorn: The set was pretty cool-looking, with lots of monitors, including bands that stretched across the perimeter and scrolled words, as well as ''Flash'' style cubes strewn about the perimeter.about.


* SpiritualSuccessor: To the 80's ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' game show (especially concerning ''Knockout'' and ''Lightning''); thanks to Sande Stewart, some of the minigames are a bit influenced by ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''. The way each team got their Bonus Tiles in ''Lightning'', meanwhile, evokes the Master Puzzle from ''Series/BreakTheBank1985''- hit the buzzer to stop the shuffle and see how many rectangular objects you can get (Bank Cards there, Bonus Tiles here).
* XMeetsY: Best described as "the 80s Scrabble meets the recent Scrabble spinoffs".

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To the 80's ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' game show (especially concerning ''Knockout'' and ''Lightning''); thanks to Sande Stewart, some of the minigames are a bit influenced by ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''. The way each team got their Bonus Tiles in ''Lightning'', meanwhile, evokes the Master Puzzle from ''Series/BreakTheBank1985''- hit the buzzer to stop the shuffle and see how many rectangular objects you can get (Bank Cards there, Bonus Tiles here).
* XMeetsY: Best described as "the 80s Scrabble meets the recent Scrabble spinoffs".
here).


* '''Speedword:''' Used only in one episode, it bears no relation to the 80s Speedword (which was just a SpeedRound). Instead, there are 5 letters displayed on screens installed on some tracks (with three screens on top and bottom, with 2 screens in the middle). 30 seconds are provided as the parent tries to get the child to make as many 3-letter words as they can and get that to the bottom of the tracks. The score depends on how many words they got to the bottom and the opponents then try to beat that.

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* '''Speedword:''' Used only in one episode, it bears no relation to the 80s Speedword (which was just a generic SpeedRound). Instead, there are 5 letters displayed on screens installed on some tracks (with three screens on top and bottom, with 2 screens in the middle). 30 seconds are provided as the parent tries to get the child to make as many 3-letter words as they can and get that to the bottom of the tracks. The score depends on how many words they got to the bottom and the opponents then try to beat that.



For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. 16 ''Scrabble'' tiles are placed onscreen, and some of those are lit up. This is the amount of Bonus Tiles the team had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won); they hit their buzzers to see how many tiles they get (and hence points for a head-start). A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

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For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. First, 16 ''Scrabble'' tiles are placed onscreen, onscreen and some of those are lit up. This randomly flashing; this is the amount of Bonus Tiles the team had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won); they hit their buzzers to see how many stop the randomizer and get tiles they get (and hence points for a head-start). A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.



* SoundProofBooth: Used for ''Scrabble Flash''- the one team is doing the round while the other is isolated.

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* SoundProofBooth: Used for ''Scrabble Flash''- the one team is doing the round while the other is isolated.
isolated with headphones.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To the 80's ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' game show (especially concerning ''Knockout'' and ''Lightning''); thanks to Sande Stewart, some of the minigames are a bit influenced by ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''. The way each team got their Bonus Tiles in ''Lightning'', meanwhile, evokes the Master Puzzle from ''Series/BreakTheBank1985''- hit the buzzer to stop the shuffle and see how many things you can get (Bank Cards there, Bonus Tiles here).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To the 80's ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' game show (especially concerning ''Knockout'' and ''Lightning''); thanks to Sande Stewart, some of the minigames are a bit influenced by ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''. The way each team got their Bonus Tiles in ''Lightning'', meanwhile, evokes the Master Puzzle from ''Series/BreakTheBank1985''- hit the buzzer to stop the shuffle and see how many things rectangular objects you can get (Bank Cards there, Bonus Tiles here).here).
* XMeetsY: Best described as "the 80s Scrabble meets the recent Scrabble spinoffs".


For each game won, one of the teams then gets a prize, plus two "Bonus Scrabble Tiles". They then move on to round 3: '''''Scrabble'' Flash''', where one team is isolated while the other uses five oversized ''Scrabble Flash'' cubes to make three letter words.

For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. 16 tiles are placed on an oversized ''Scrabble'' game board, and some of those are lit up. This is the amount of Bonus Tiles each team could get; they hit their buzzers to see how may tiles they get (and hence points for a head-start). A scrambled word appears and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'' served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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For each game won, one of the teams then gets a prize, plus two "Bonus Scrabble Tiles".prize. They then move on to round 3: '''''Scrabble'' Flash''', where one team is isolated while the other uses five oversized ''Scrabble Flash'' cubes to make three letter words.

For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. 16 tiles are placed on an oversized ''Scrabble'' game board, tiles are placed onscreen, and some of those are lit up. This is the amount of Bonus Tiles each the team could get; had a chance at (depending on how many mini-games they won); they hit their buzzers to see how may many tiles they get (and hence points for a head-start). A scrambled word appears on an oversized ''Scrabble'' gameboard and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'' Series/{{Concentration}}'', served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.



* MythologyGag: During ''Lightning'', the words would have their spaces on the board outlined by a red box before the letters popped in- much like how the words appeared in the 80's series.

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* MythologyGag: During ''Lightning'', the words would have their spaces on the board outlined by a red box before the letters popped in- much like how the words appeared in the 80's 80s series.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To the 80's ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' game show (especially concerning ''Knockout'' and ''Lightning''); thanks to Sande Stewart, some of the minigames are a bit influenced by ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To the 80's ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' game show (especially concerning ''Knockout'' and ''Lightning''); thanks to Sande Stewart, some of the minigames are a bit influenced by ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''. The way each team got their Bonus Tiles in ''Lightning'', meanwhile, evokes the Master Puzzle from ''Series/BreakTheBank1985''- hit the buzzer to stop the shuffle and see how many things you can get (Bank Cards there, Bonus Tiles here).


The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of '''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'' served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of '''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'' served as creative consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.


For each event won, one of the teams then gets a prize, plus two "Bonus Scrabble Tiles". They then move on to round 3: '''''Scrabble'' Flash''', where one team is isolated while the other uses five oversized ''Scrabble Flash'' cubes to make three letter words.

For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. 16 tiles are placed on an oversized ''Scrabble'' game board, and some of those are lit up. This is the amount of Bonus Tiles each team has for themselves. A scrambled word appears and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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For each event game won, one of the teams then gets a prize, plus two "Bonus Scrabble Tiles". They then move on to round 3: '''''Scrabble'' Flash''', where one team is isolated while the other uses five oversized ''Scrabble Flash'' cubes to make three letter words.

For the final round, '''''Scrabble'' Lightning''', it plays vaguely similar to the 80s main game. 16 tiles are placed on an oversized ''Scrabble'' game board, and some of those are lit up. This is the amount of Bonus Tiles each team has could get; they hit their buzzers to see how may tiles they get (and hence points for themselves.a head-start). A scrambled word appears and a punny clue is given- the first team to buzz in correctly gets the board's value of that word (which can be doubled or tripled if a letter is on a double or triple word score space). The first team to reach 100 points wins the game and a trip.

The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer; co-produced through his "Rubicon" production company; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who created his own pilot, ''Combination Lock'', and frequently works with [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, and Steve Ryan, creator of '''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'' and the rebuses for ''Classic Series/{{Concentration}}'' served as a creative consultant.consultants. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.



** GameShowHost: Justin Willman; a magician who had previously hosted The Hub's ''[=HubWorld=]'' newsmagazine program, and would later host the 2014 Creator/DisneyChannel revival of ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw''.

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** GameShowHost: Justin Willman; a magician who had previously hosted ''Cupcake Wars'' on the Food Network, and The Hub's ''[=HubWorld=]'' newsmagazine program, and would later host the 2014 Creator/DisneyChannel revival of ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw''.



* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Red and blue, though its' limited to the nametags they wear. (Compare that to the 80s series, which took the pink and blue color scheme from the game board and applied it liberally.)

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* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Red and blue, though its' it was primarily limited to the nametags they wear.the teams wore. (Compare that to the 80s series, which took the pink and blue color scheme from the game board and applied it liberally.)


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* MythologyGag: During ''Lightning'', the words would have their spaces on the board outlined by a red box before the letters popped in- much like how the words appeared in the 80's series.


** GameShowHost: Justin Willman; a magician who had previously hosted The Hub's ''[=HubWorld=]'' newsmagazine program.

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** GameShowHost: Justin Willman; a magician who had previously hosted The Hub's ''[=HubWorld=]'' newsmagazine program.program, and would later host the 2014 Creator/DisneyChannel revival of ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw''.


The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', and John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with Wink Martindale); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer; serving as producers were noted game show [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''), and John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with Wink Martindale); [[Series/{{Debt}} Wink]] [[Series/HeadlineChasers Martindale]]); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.


The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer; serving as producers were noted game show AscendedFanboys Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', and John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with Wink Martindale); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer; serving as producers were noted game show AscendedFanboys [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fanboys]] Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', and John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with Wink Martindale); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.


The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer, another producer was noted game show fan John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with Wink Martindale), and Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.

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The show had some big names working on it behind the scenes; [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Pat Finn]] was an executive producer, another producer was producer; serving as producers were noted game show fan AscendedFanboys Mandel Ilagan (who created the pricing game "1/2 Off" for ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', and John Ricci Jr. (who frequently works with Wink Martindale), and Martindale); Sande Stewart, son of the legendary Creator/BobStewart, served as a creative consultant. The show ran from September 2011 to April 2012.



* BonusSpace: The "Bonus Scrabble Tiles" and the double/triple score spaces in "Lightning".

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* BonusSpace: The "Bonus Scrabble Tiles" and the double/triple score spaces in "Lightning".''Lightning''.



* SceneryPorn: The set is pretty cool-looking, with lots of monitors, including bands that stretch across the perimeter and scroll words.

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* SceneryPorn: The set is was pretty cool-looking, with lots of monitors, including bands that stretch stretched across the perimeter and scroll words.scrolled words, as well as ''Flash'' style cubes strewn about the perimeter.

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