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4 December 1967 (USA)  »

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The title is slightly misleading
14 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The initial premise of the game starts with a film of three babies in a playpen that has a finish line. Contestants bet on which baby will cross the finish line first. The toddlers are cute, and they are babies. Then, in succeeding rounds, youngsters are involved. These kids are probably under ten, but they are too old to be considered babies. The film shows three sets of kids, each playing a tug-of-war, one on one. Then, the kids, who were all boys in this episode, were shown the prize, which was a doll. The contestants voted on how many tug-of-war rematches would have the same ending, given the knowledge that the boys wouldn't want a doll. ***Spoiler*** 2 of 3 had the same ending. The sweetest game, pun intended, was whether a little girl would help hider her uncle. Her uncle ate a piece of cake, which he wasn't supposed to do. When the girl's mother knocked on the door, the girl hid her uncle behind the curtain, but had to hold the curtain, which was loose. The girl's mother then walked in, offering her a scoop of chocolate ice cream, her favorite. Here's the dilemma: would the girl go for the ice cream, or protect her uncle? ***Spoiler*** This adorable little girl protected her uncle at the expense of not getting any ice cream. The host, Richard Hayes, is quite affable.

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