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Hello there, It's Pierre Kelly with another GSN The Know. As you know, Veterans day is Monday and I've decided to do it on Saturday, because some libraries where you live are closed at the moment because of a holiday, but in order to do what we do on patriotic days, let's start by doing the pledge of alleigance. Up on your feet people and say it with me....
"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
Now continue to stand as my friend Smashcraft will now sing the national anthem.
You may sit down now. Ok, let's get going with the ratings report. Hilty, what is up?
Family Feud once again took up the 8 spots but Fifth Grader gets back in the top 10 by placing 9th and having another Feud round out the list. Now, the cemetery...
Whammy! had a big moldy sandwich in between Match Game, Password Plus and $100K Pyramid. Another one swam in the ocean of Dawson's Feud for the rest. That's the first quarter. Hilty must get the "Blank" out.
Now the second quarter. With Pyramid 2012 sinking away, Friday would be a good time to replace it, so next week, guess which show is next?
Told you. Improv-a-ganza. A 40 episode wonder done by Drew Carey is invading the block next Friday. Hope you watch wisely. Also, on the day in which everyone goes shopping like a buffalo herd after Thanksgiving, Regis Millionaire at 8 CST and Harvey Feud by 1:30 CST later on. More news now.
To help you get ready for the Marathon, Reege will host the International Emmys and by International, I mean whatever country you were actually watching.
And finally, a chef of Beat the Chefs fame will speak in Lexington next week. Now we move to halftime and in keeping with the veterans day thing, we get a video from 3 Doors Down called "Citizen Soldier." This reminds you of going to the movies before the movie actually starts. Watch.
I hear the music. It's time for the nominees for our first ever....
GSN THE KNOW KNOW-IT-ALL AWARDS!!!!!
It seems that every year award shows bring you who did it best, but we at this blog find out who did it best...and worst. So to start, we begin with.....
BEST SHOW OF THE YEAR
-The American Bible Challenge
-Beat The Chefs
If it wasn't for the million viewers who saw that BIble show, it would've been a flop all along. That's why Bible outlasted them all. Chefs, however did far worse than Bible losing viewers from it's lead-in and Pyramid takes the share of the 80's version we know.
When you think of Mike RIchards, he brings experience to the table. Foxworthy has been doing well for a show that did well and Rogers is very decent at times.
BEST 'WTH?' MOMENT
-DWTS TO GSN
-Tururros on the Pyramid
-The Chefs format
If you're wondering why the format of Beat The Chefs was...then too bad. The Food Network should've gotten it all along. DWTS to the network had the fans go...."Nah, let's play Borderlands 3." Every episode figured out who already did it like any pro wrestling booker would do before a show, but for the Tururros, they would've gone on another game show. Why didn't they do so good? I mean, their IQ was 50, which is below average if you ask me, but John Tuturro should've replaced either Nick or Aida Tuturro, because that would've gone out with a bang. Moving on....
-Minute to Win It
-Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
FOr 3 shows, they all have 1 thing. They make GSN money. They are hits in the top 10 and there's no stopping them anytime soon.
BEST CLASSIC TO WATCH
-Press Your Luck
-The CLark Pyramids
With it's endless lease loops, 25K Pyramid had newer episodes, but the big surprise was PYL getting the 1983 shows never seen on the network before. It's hard to tell which one has a winner.
Those are the nominees. We'll be here in Decemeber the week before Christmas with a year-end special tied in. We'll announce the best voice of the fan, The Screen Team will be here, Ravergirl aka Kristin Perez will be stopping by and a whole lot more. Join us and on Tuesday of next week, you get vote on what I posted. ANd now, it's.....
The Fan of the 4th quarter. Now since I ran out of interviews, I decided to do something different. I decided to get to know them by music. Today's fan.....Mallory E. Zieger.
Born in Naples, Fl and now in New Jersey, Mallory is an advice columnist with her own YT account. She is also a big fan of Disney as afformentioned by her likes in movies and TV. She is a huge American Idol fan and her favorite are Scotty McCreery and Skylar Laine. If you wanted to Ask Mallory, well now may be your chance. Congrats Mallory, you are.....
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The Fan of the 4th quarter.
Well, time to go. One thing I forgot to mention, the Bible Challenge is casting in my hometown on Wednesday and I'll keep you posted when it arises. Hope everybody have a happy veterans day, because at the lounge, they'll play and eat free if you are a veteran, because after all, freedom isn't free, but what's free is that you get into our FB group page and tell us about it. Tweet me @ Johnny_Arcade, friend me as Pierre Jason Kelly or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and when I'm on the GSN forums, I'm Gameheadz. See you guys later and play on, playas. Ronan Tynan, take us home.