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Dylan Lane - Host: Now guys, what will you do with the money if you win today's game?
Evan: Well, I don't know about the rest of the guys, but I'll enjoy the sweet feeling of getting revenge on my enemies.
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Absolutely the most pointless game show I've ever watched
17 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What, please tell me, is the point of connecting seven or eight words where one word simply leads logically into the next one? At least on "Password Plus" and "Super Password" each set of five passwords acted as a set of clues to a person, place, or thing. This one has two teams of contestants trying to make a "chain" of words with nothing to hold them together. The final round, where two team members are given answers and alternate forming a question for their blindfolded teammate, failed as a separate show, "GO!", back around 1984. And, typically for GSN, the payoffs are chintzy as well. Don't bother unless you're just desperate for something to watch between 3 and 4 PM Eastern.


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