Hosted by Steve Harvey, two families battle it out by answering survey questions for a chance to win $20,000 and, after 5 wins, a new car.
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Series cast summary:
Steve Harvey ...  Himself - Host 270 episodes, 2010-2017
Rubin Ervin Rubin Ervin ...  Himself - Announcer 196 episodes, 2015-2017
Burton Richardson Burton Richardson ...  Himself - Announcer 140 episodes, 1999-2010
John O'Hurley ...  Himself - Host 116 episodes, 2006-2010
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An updated version of the classic game show. Steve Harvey referees two families of five members competing against each other by guessing the popular answers to survey questions like "name something found in a glove compartment". The family that reaches 300 points gets a chance to win $20,000. Written by Cyborg89

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20 September 1999 (USA) See more »

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Upon the move to Universal Studios in Orlando, Fl, the set received a slight modification. The audience no longer sat along the sides of the big board, everyone is seated off stage. The Face-off podium and family podiums were no longer the traditional shapes and more round. The Family name displays were back, but they did not open and the families don't do pose inside of them. The floor is now a full floor, white in color and features a color changing oval towards the edge. The font for the letters on answers and the numbers in the score displays were changed. The well known traditional shape of the big board, remained unaltered. See more »

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Host: [after the answers were revealed about what a married man would do for sex are 1-pay 2-kill 3-beg 4-die and 5-lie] We'll buy it, we'll kill your body, we'll beg you for it, we'll lie about it, and at the end of the day, we'll lay down our life for it!
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An "Affirmative Action" program that is no longer family friendly
25 November 2017 | by dsarosiSee all my reviews

Of course some questions have always had "suggestive" possibilities, but since the Steve Harvey incarnation began, it has been beyond rude. Even non-suggestive answers have been turned into rude and raunchy answers on the scoreboard. This was once a very family-friendly show that clearly no longer is. Additionally, it is quite clear that the goal of this show is to give black families an unfair advantage in winning. Begin with the fact that the black population by census has ALWAYS been around 12-15%(US Census data). On Family Feud, the representation is at 50%. How many other families must wait and wait for a shot while additional black families are found to fill what appears to be a demand by the producers that a black family is ALWAYS playing?? Then there is the "fast money" round. In virtually every show I have watched, the questions asked of the black duo that competes are significantly easier than those asked of white/Asian/etc. families (and by easier I mean that there are FAR fewer possible answers so implicitly higher scores for each). As an example, one question the other night was "name a part of your body that people brush." There are only 2 serious answers to that - hair and teeth. Of course the black duo got both for a total of nearly 100 points just for that question (96 I believe). One member of that duo could not come up with the answer to "name a COUNTRY known for their great beaches." He said Miami and then Asia. Sorry, that is NOT a pair that deserves $20,000, but because of the "gimmie" question about brushing, they won. Meanwhile, a white pair tonight had to answer 5 questions, all of which had anywhere from 10 - 50 possible answers easily ("name a musical instrument that sounds bad when someone is new to playing it" was one of them). They couldn't come close, even with all #1s and #2s I bet. I don't have access to all of the tapes, but it would make an interesting study. Sorry, Dawson was great and so were all the others. Steve is a great host and has a great rapport with everyone - regardless of race, but whatever racist problems the producers seem to have, or their belief in the inability of blacks to perform at the same level as whites (so justifying clear "rigging" of the fast money round) is truly a sad commentary on what our society has become and how desperate some in Hollywood have sunk (or is this just a problem of the show being produced in Atlanta?). Anyway, find something else to watch.


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