Type: Posts; User: matchgame74fan
More than welcome, buddy. :)
I agree. At least the shows themselves (20Q and The Money List) I found to be decent, so there was something redeeming about BSN in the end; annoying interstitial...
^ Those episodes aired in 2005 on the regular rotation.
Never's a pretty strong word.
How do we know we won't see them in a future lease?
^ Xavier, you were one of the first friends I made here on the boards. I will miss the discussions we've had here.
This board hasn't been the same as it used to be, but still. I had actually pretty much gotten into the game show fandom around 10 years ago (got GSN 10 years ago last April and got instantly hooked...
I hope we get to find out what happens at some point. I love Chip on Nashville; it was really fun to see him on the show.
I'm actually not the biggest fan of the last several weeks (the alphabetics jackpot being progressive was a nice touch, but I wasn't feeling the $500 format too much), but Tom was a good host and the...
She said she's retiring next year.
I don't really think there's any really very deep reasoning behind this.
And to be fair, this part of Kennedy's run is rarely aired. This is like, the third time it's been on the regular schedule...
Sounds like the perfect clue to me.
Yeah, I like to believe that the contestants on the Chuck Barris shows knew what they were getting into. Well at least most of them.
MADtv did a number of Price is Right parodies. My favorite was the "celebrity" episode sketch with "Martha Stewart and Tanya Harding."
Chuck works at KNBC.
Wow, LaRae was whupping some tail yesterday in the main game. Talk about an epic win.
Yep. He was the only person from that pilot to actually stay and continue on with the actual Empty Nest that came later that fall when things were retooled; his character Oliver's name was changed to...
It's a lame commercial but "most racist commercial ever" as said by some critics is going over the top with it.
To me it looks like they were trying to imitate the weird tone of Skittles ads and...
There's a good episode of The Jeffersons this week that aired on TV One... George has a dream where he ends up on a game show to determine whether he goes to heaven or hell.
Drew Carey did a number of musical numbers on The Drew Carey Show, including singing the opening theme song for the first season, "Moon Over Parma."