A game show where teens advance around a life-size gameboard and try to answer irreverent questions about hygiene and etiquette. Contestants are also tempted with prizes which affect the ... See full summary »
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Jon Ernst ...  PianoBoy (uncredited)
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Dayna Price ...  Herself (1997) (uncredited)
Nick Spano ...  Host (uncredited)
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A game show where teens advance around a life-size gameboard and try to answer irreverent questions about hygiene and etiquette. Contestants are also tempted with prizes which affect the outcome of the game. Written by Tony Kinkela <tony@xm.com>

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Low Budget Game Show with Heavy Handed Morals
2 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

Peer Pressure was a low budget teen game show during the late 1990s which based its appeal on having come from the creators of Singled Out. Teens moved across a game board like set answering questions and performing stunts.

One of the main problems with the show was that it tried to mix the game show format with heavy handed messages about issues like smoking and responsibility. These may be good things to tell children, but they seemed out of place with the game show format. One typical example was the host asking a girl if she would swim in a neighbor's pool while they were away. When she said yes, they cut to a clip of an alligator going into a pool, as if she would not notice an alligator swimming around in it before she jumped in.

Furthermore, at times it was clear that the live teenage audience was not getting the message. In one game which required a contestant to catch balls thrown from the audience in a basket, it became clear that at least some of the audience was throwing the balls at the co-host Valerie, who was helping her.


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