As we already know, Steve Harvey gets really passionate about things on his show “Family Feud.” Apparently, sex is one of those things he is VERY serious about. Harvey gets really worked up over some peoples answers for “You’d do what for sex.” Harvey personally would cry, beg, kill, and die for sex. I wonder what his wife who’s probably watching is thinking…
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4. ALL the number one answers!
3. Merideth Viera did NOT wink
2. Game show host can’t keep his cool
1. Steve Harvey has no words
By Victoria Abraham
You know how your mom always used to tell you to think before you speak? I think these Family Feud contestants missed the memo. Either that, or they really did not want to win. Seriously, anyone who answers “alligator” when asked to “name an animal with three letters in its name” probably should consider going back to elementary school instead of participating on a TV show. Just saying.
The montage features the most hilarious clips the show has aired over the past 35 years.
There was a major outrage on “Family Feud” the other night.
The Thompson family were unable to properly answer the question “what might an airplane pilot be holding on a long flight?”, and therefore the Brown family stole their 90 points.
Of course, the host couldn’t go on without revealing the most popular answers. Among controls and bladders, another item a pilot would probably hold during a lengthy flight is his schlong. You heard me.
The best part of the video is the Brown family’s reaction.
We’ve seen them dance, ice skate, and currently two of them are trying to become Donald Trump’s next apprentice. Now we’ll see them battle family to family.
Variety reports that “Family Feud,” the long-running game show, who has seen numerous hosts since its debut in the 1980s, will get the celebrity treatment.
NBC has picked up the show and it could debut as soon as this summer.
At this point it is unknown how the show will work – whether it will be celebrity contestants’ own families – or their TV families – that compete against one another.
This will be the show’s first primetime run in its 30 years on the air.