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'Family Feud' Clue About 'Things You Put In Your Mouth' Turns Hilariously Awkward (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 17th 2011 7:15PM
Prepare to watch one of the more hilariously awkward videos you've seen today. The 'Family Feud' clue was "things that you put in your mouth but don't swallow." One of the participants was a pastor's wife. Steve Harvey drags the conversation out for about five minutes before letting her answer ... and she does not disappoint. That's all you need to know. Please enjoy and have a wonderful evening.

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8 Memorably Wacky 'Family Feud' Answers (VIDEO)

by Ryan McKee, posted Feb 14th 2011 3:40PM
'Family Feud''s ability to set up absurd answers with innocuous questions makes it a clip bonanza for YouTube.

About once a month, the long-running game show has a clip go viral because the contestant's answer is unbelievably dumb, silly or inappropriate.

And the show's sixth host, Steve Harvey, milks the craziness for all it's worth, mugging to the cameras and acting offended when things go even the slightest bit off-kilter.

While Harvey's overacting and sense of comedic timing make him perfect for the online generation, 'Family Feud' has a long and stories history of producing countless WTF answers. Check out these eight memorable moments ...

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Steve Harvey Learns the Power of Pot on 'Family Feud' (VIDEO)

by Ryan McKee, posted Feb 10th 2011 1:00PM
Family Feud, something that gets passed, steve harvey, jointWhen Mark Goodson and Bill Todman created 'Family Feud' in 1976, they could not have known how tailor-made the gameplay is for the viral-video age. Asking seemingly innocent questions can elicit surprising responses. That is exactly what happened recently when host Steve Harvey set up the following category: "Tell me something that gets passed around." He received the funniest answer since the woman replied "penis" back in October.

Harvey began his career in the drug- and booze-fueled days of '80s stand-up comedy. Now he's a family man, a born-again Christian and the host of 'Family Feud." He apparently doesn't get out much anymore either, because when one contestant answered, "A joint," Harvey couldn't believe it. Surely a group of 100 random people at a mall somewhere in middle America would not have given an illegal substance as an answer? Right?

Well, Steve, this isn't the 1950s anymore, because that's exactly what some people said.

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Steve Harvey Explains Why Men Go for Not-Too-Bright Women on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Dec 7th 2010 12:55PM
Steve Harvey talks relationships on 'Good Morning America''Good Morning America' (Weekdays, 7AM on ABC) hosted a round of 'Ask Steve' with comedian Steve Harvey this morning, focusing on relationship advice. Why ask Steve? Harvey has written a book called 'Straight Talk, No Chaser: How to Find, Keep, and Understand A Man.'

A woman asked why men seemed to go for shallow, unintelligent women. Harvey replied with an obvious answer: sex. "If a guy is out for one thing," Harvey explained, "it's best to go for shallow, unintelligent women. You don't want to break this news to a really bright woman, 'Hey, I just want to do something to you this evening.'"

That, not surprisingly, doesn't tend to go over well with smart women. The flipside, according to Harvey, is that you don't want to take the not-too-bright woman home to mother, because she'll figure it out quickly. Harvey noted that he has often gotten the question from his mother, "Why is she here?"

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'Family Feud's' Best Freudian Slip Yet (VIDEO)

by Ryan McKee, posted Oct 4th 2010 4:35PM
Family Feud"Name a body part that is bigger now than when you were 16?"

It sounds like 'Family Feud' was trying to elicit a little randiness with this question. They could count on someone at least blushing and a few snickers from the peanut gallery. However, they probably didn't expect the razor focus of the contestant when answering.

It is not that the contestant says the word; it's the quick frankness of her tone. Her voice is as sharp and even as if she just said, "Peanut" or "Prius." And then she doesn't even look up, just says it in her zone, ready for the next question. Of course, Steve Harvey couldn't let it slide and goes all "Harvey" about it.

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Family Feud gets a new host

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 21st 2010 3:02PM
Steve HarveySo, are you in the "love John O'Hurley as Family Feud host" camp or "hate John O'Hurley as Family Feud host" camp? I guess it doesn't really matter now. The show has hired a new host.

Steve Harvey will replace O'Hurley as host of the long-running syndicated game show. Officially, O'Hurley says that he is leaving the show to focus on the musical Chicago and other things.

Not sure how I feel about this. Actually, that's not true. I know how I feel about: ambivalent. I don't really watch Family Feud. I think the only time I watch it anymore is if I'm surfing around and happen to land on it and there's nothing else on.

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TV Casting: Steve Harvey to Host 'Family Feud'; Ashton Kutcher Books 'SNL'

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 21st 2010 12:05PM
Steve HarveySteve Harvey has been named the next host of 'Family Feud.' Harvey will kick off the syndicated game show's 12th season in the fall, taking over for John O'Hurley, who is leaving the show after four seasons. In the meantime, O'Hurley says that he is moving on to "new adventures," including a national tour of the Broadway musical 'Chicago.' [Variety]

More casting news after the jump.

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'The Jay Leno Show' Books Jerry Seinfeld & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Aug 17th 2009 1:00PM
Jerry SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld will be the first guest on 'The Jay Leno Show,' premiering Sept. 14 on NBC.

Also in the news today: 'Dancing With the Stars' announces its next cast, while 'Good Morning America' books a popular comedian.

See more of today's top TV headlines after the jump.

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