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Didnít the Alex Trebek version of High Rollers once offer a trip to the Kentucky Derby with $100 bets on each horse?  (The $100 bets on each horse at the Kentucky Derby is very unusual)
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Out In Left Field / Re: Family Feud Record?
« Last post by Richie on Today at 01:03:04 AM »
The Gaines family is currently top family in the Steve Harvey era of Family Feud.  Their last Fast Money was close!

I know they already did one Tournament of Champions in the Steve Harvey era.  With a surge of families retiring undefeated in recent seasons, they need to do another one.

If they did another TOC, I want the Burgess, Gaines to participate in it.
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On the last two episodes of Season Three: To me, the first hour plainly showed that there's no need to resort to crude humor to attempt to make the show entertaining. Enthusiastic contestants and playfully, competitive celebrities, along with a good host (as Strahan is) and a great, challenging game go a very long way.

Will we have to wait until next summer for the next season? Going by the past record, the answer is, unfortunately, yes.

Any excellent clues for "Foods You Eat With A Spoon"? Jack, a very good player, gave some great ones. How about for "Things That Are Awkward"? I came up with "a weird pause" to go along with "a blind date". Strahan's "your children's accomplishments" and "a leather bomber" were fantastic for "Things That Make You Proud" and "Types of Jackets (Coats)", respectively. Now I'm thinking "a ladies mink" and "a ladies fur".
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Out In Left Field / Re: The $100,000 Pyramid with Michael Strahan - Season Three
« Last post by PGS25 on Yesterday at 10:16:38 PM »
Springtime: April Showers, May Flowers
Potato Chips: Lay's, Ruffles, Pringles
California: "I'm the Golden State", "I'm the state Los Angeles is in".
Star Trek: Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Scotty
Tractor: "I'm the farm vehicle made by John Deere".
Hot Places: Hell, Equator, Summer resort
Seafood: Fish, crab, lobster, clams
White: Snow, wedding dress, clouds

$107,500 was won tonight.
Perfect clue for world: "As The ___ Turns".
Only 1 "Mystery 7" was won.
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Price is Right Recaps! / Re: TPiR Recap - 9/21/2018
« Last post by Off_trak on Yesterday at 09:52:29 PM »
Is it just me, or did the interior of that Honda Fit look  like a black hole? At first I thought the rear windows were tinted, until I noticed it was rolled down.
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Price is Right Recaps! / Re: TPiR Recap - 9/19/2018
« Last post by JT on Yesterday at 08:17:28 PM »
Agree Patricia played the game horribly - what was she thinking spending 4 seconds asking her friends where that first item should go?

But 10 seconds really is not a lot of time unless the products were much closer to the main table.  What if you drop an item while you are carrying the item over?  What if you can't run that fast?, etc.  I think 15 seconds would be better and the contestant would still have to be pretty quick on their feet.  Doubt they would change it after this many years...
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Out In Left Field / Re: Family Feud Record?
« Last post by goldroadfanatic on Yesterday at 08:12:23 PM »
Out of curiosity, anyone know the record for the Dawson or Combs eras?

The winningest family in the original Dawson era was the Rezzo family, who won $33,467 in 1985.
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Out In Left Field / Re: Family Feud Record?
« Last post by someguy23475 on Yesterday at 07:18:35 PM »
I remember someone in the Combs era winning over $40,000 this was during the hour long Challenge. I think they were the Dolphin Family. I have no idea why that stands out 25 years later.
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Out In Left Field / Re: Family Feud Record?
« Last post by blozier2006 on Yesterday at 07:07:54 PM »
Out of curiosity, anyone know the record for the Dawson or Combs eras?
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Out In Left Field / Re: Family Feud Record?
« Last post by howierules86 on Yesterday at 06:58:29 PM »
Karn Feud also had two families win over $60K and become 5-time undefeated champions as well: The Cole family (in Oct. 2002) and the Arevalo family (in Oct. 2004).
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