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The teams...meh, whatever. But what seems interesting to me is that we're only getting six episodes out of the American Bible Challenge, and probably the same number for Beat the Chefs. I'm guessing GSN did not want to spend too much money and time on each episode, but I thought we would get 8-10 eps of each show
Glad to see they have contestants that might be OVER 60 or even 70!!!!
I saw that one of the teams listed is The Power Team. The ministry has been around since the 80s in the Dallas area. In fact, they used to have a show on TBN many years ago on Saturday nights.
On a lot of recent GSN game shows they've had older contestants, including Lingo, Catch 21 and sometimes The Newlywed Game. Younger contestants sometimes aren't the best for game shows, and GSN probably took the angle of having a variety of age groups.Originally Posted by espnews26
I just hope there are no idiots, like not knowing who betrayed Jesus, I'm making comparisons to the contestants who gift wrapped a 21 by passing in Catch 21
Just like the above poster, I just hope these contestants aren't Engvall Lingo stupid. Those contestants were unbearable.
Not changing this until GSN acquires Supermarket Sweep. Started: 7-22-2012.
Fan of the Purple Parrots, a Legends of the Hidden Temple team.
Originally Posted by gameshowmaniac27330I have to expect these contestants to be at least decent, better than most on later episodes of Catch 21 and Lingo. They had a very good casting call for GSN standards by traveling from city to city, and people on this show specify on the Bible and have been doing so for years.Originally Posted by PurpleParrot319
So if these contestants are as bad as Lingo or Catch 21, then there's something wrong with "Bible dorks"