Based on an English program of the same name, DFYT saw Ferguson play strange party games and practical jokes on his audience with the offer of prizes, including an international flight to ...
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Remember "Beat the Clock?" Remember "People Are Funny?" Well this show is a blend of the two types of game show. As host, Mark Curry knows everything about everyone in the audience, as well... See full summary »
Based on an English program of the same name, DFYT saw Ferguson play strange party games and practical jokes on his audience with the offer of prizes, including an international flight to be taken the next morning. So called because audience members were required to bring their packed bags, including the all-important toothbrush. Written by
Benjamin Sharp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I gave this show a one out of ten purely because giving it a zero wasn't an allowable option. It was, still is, and always will be, pure drivel. This show's utter contempt for the word 'entertainment' makes me feel duty bound to record how bad it was so that future generations can learn from this mistake. Its only accolade is it was too horrible to bother feeling ashamed about. And what was with the bimbo host? Isn't it customary for the female host of a television show to at least be either attractive or talented? My only real relief is my knowledge that it will never ever be coming back to darken anyone's television ever again.
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