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This is the Australian edition of the weakest link, where Cornelia Frances keeps contestants on their toes, in the same style as Anne Robinson in both the USA, and UK versions of the show.

Stars: Cornelia Frances, Judith McGrath, Georgie Parker
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George Gray: Which one of you thought this was the game show where you were asked how often you and your spouse made whoopie?
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27 January 2003 | by (Sao Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

I had the misfortune of watching this bastardized version of "The Weakest Link" when I was recently in America. The reason the British version of "The Weakest Link" works so well, is because Anne Robinson is W-I-T-T-Y and she uses that wit to actually make funny, albeit caustic comments. That's something, perhaps, the Americans do not understand, seeing as they've replaced her acerbic comments with such amusing and intelligent remarks as:

"Who is the mould in your Chinese take-out?"

Yes. How hilarious...

Someone stab me.


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