Just like "Double Dare" (1986) but family members are invited to play too.
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Just like "Double Dare" (1986) but family members are invited to play too.

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During the 1992 season, Harvey was effectively on paternity leave. He did show up however, in the first and last episodes of that season. See more »

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Host: ARSENIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HALL!
[gets off podium and imitates Arsenio]
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Follows Super Sloppy Double Dare (1986) See more »

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Quite the depressing Show!
24 January 2003 | by (Your Critic of Critics) – See all my reviews

When I was growing up Nickelodeon aired WAY too many game shows. Most which just sucked. There was one with people playing video games and another with a talking volcano! How pathetic! However, Double Dare was the exceptional one because it was pretty fun to watch. At times it was quite depressing to see those parents and grandparents running around those messy things looking like idoits! And even more depressing was the fact that they asked simple questions that the parents could answer but they had to "discuss" it with the family! This was truly a fun show to watch and make fun of at the same time.


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