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Thanks, J-Spizzle. Welcome to GSN The Know. I'm Pierre Kelly and you're proud to be in our family. We got 4 pints for you, so let's start with the 1st glass of milk. Hilty?
Hmm, Hilty must've had a candy cigarette. Anyways...The American Bible Challenge took the top spot and Family Feud took 2-8, but in 9th, Fifth Grader went back into the countdown and the Harvey version of Feud rounded it out. Now the bottom 10.
Hmmm, he must've gone to Vegas. Anyhoodles.....
Family Feud and Password Plus were tied for 236th, but Whammy! and Family Trade were next to them. After 2 Feud shows, Baggage came next and after Card Sharks, Family Trade and Baggage were in a sandwich with Feud. That ends teh first grade. I'll shut Hilty off right away.
I'm Guessing Hilty must be sick. Get Well Hilty. On to WHale Mail.
Oh wait, that isn't Whaley, that's a coyote whale. With his bunch of idiots. ANyways, the letter reads:
Looks much nicer than the NBC version, don't you agree? Meanwhile, Brooke Burns made a return to GSN, not in reurns obviously, but for a pilot that was shot entitled "Where Have You Been All of My Life?"
Silly, isn't it. Anyways, a spokesperson for the network put it this way. Scriptor?
You must've been on ICOPRO, haven't you? Anyways, it reads like this:
"It went well. [Brooke] Burns has incredible hosting talent and we'd like to see her willing to come back on GSN for this series or another project. We wish her the best of luck."
Fantasy. You can't just put Mike's Pyramid, MDP, Temptation, MG '98 and Whammy! on at the same time. Finally, Let's Ask America is up for a 2nd season, but the network is a future possibilty if....if......if........the good people at Scripps who made my hometown paper are a given. Okay then. Now on to recess. Please welcome Big Al and the Alligators of Pensacola, Fla.
ANd before we start the 3rd trimester, please write this down....
Not only you get to do things on here, but you get to order your 3-D goggles, because it's going.....3-D. That's right, 3-D. Hit up swagbucks.com for more.
Family Trade. A show that got down many viewers since week 2 had fans complaining like this one....
"There's reality shows, and then there's faux-ality shows, like Operation Repo, Lizard Lick Towing, All Worked Up, etc...actors playing up completely contrived situations. There is nothing real about them. I suspect that shows like Pawn Stars or Storage Hunters fall into that category, where everything is made up, including the artifacts that purport to have historical significance or value."
Maybe ripoffs like that can make them ratings gold. FT turned it into dirt when it first got started. Next one.....
With 347k viewing Family Trade after TABC's 1.15 million and with it's Tuesday Numbers slipping.
GSN's sure way to salvage somewhat respectable ratings for this show: move it to Thursday's 8-9 thus creating 2 hour NEW original block.
Capital N, lowercase o. It wouldn't work. Next....
Family Trade is in no way a game show. GSN should not be airing it. I am also disappointed that GSN no longer has JEOPARDY - the best game show ever.
Maybe That and WOF should and may return. WHo knows? It may not definitely be from the past episodes as far as the viewers of this network are concerned. On to this....
"When reruns of Dog Eat Dog top this in ratings (I just am not a fan of that show ), it's time to fold the tent and call it a day. There's not much to suggest that they have any aces up their sleeve to improve upon what's been shown thus far IMO. "
COUnt that as a no. Last one....
"If poor ratings, why not go with the double NEW episodes on Tuesdays to get rid of the show quicker? The longer they stretch it out, the lower they go.
Decent show, wrong network."
Decent show, wrong network."
See? Now to the 4th wheel.
WHen GSN came to be in 1994, Sale of the Century was not on the list. It was already on the USA network at the time. It seems that Scarbble and Sale was what the fans wanted, but many think it was too expensive and would never happen again. Than one day, the good friends at the network wanted something to scrape the dawson version of Feud off teh map by acquring 65 shows out of an entire run of Sale. When they became town criers to the story, the fans rejoiced as if PYL came to the network 10 years ago. This week, 8:30 am CST, it was served over that darn bully Matt Lauer and Today. How well will it do? You'll see why.
That's about it, folks. Next week, performer Melody Sweets will sing a medley of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hits. In the meantime, email me at coppockonsports@yahoo,com, firstname.lastname@example.org, my street address, my twitter handle @Johnny_Arcade, My FB: Pierre Jason Kelly, smoke signals, the Pony express or morse code. Until then, play on, Russia!