VO: This is GSN The Know. The most informed and entertained blog in the United States of America. Now, from the WIlton-North building, here is the man about games, Pierre Kelly.
Me: Oh yes I am, welcome ot our little blog here. Fall is in the air and we sneeze into the first period. Hilty's here. Go to it.
Family Feud took up 1-7, but Chain Reaction got 8 and 9 with Feud taking the last spot. Now the ones who couldn't suffer from hay fever.
Whammy! kicked it off first and then came Baggage and DED. Ohno's minute came in and Match Game was next in line and $100 Pyramid went after. A late airing of "The Chase" came in and sandwiched between P+ was Family Feud & Baggage. That's the first period. Time to take a flu shot.
With school in full swing, it's time to find out who got the cap & gown and who got the dunce cap. It's the Yay & Yawn of the month.
The Yay: NY Post praising "The Chase." See last week.
The Yawn: GSN getting "Skin Wars" and everybody reacted to it. Pray It'll definitely be an utter failure.
Chicken soup is in the microwave in a plastic bowl, so we have to get it and after that, New GSN changes to October. You'll see why next.
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We return now with a couple of schedule changes to October.
First, The Harvey Afternoon shift didn't last very long as Karn & O' Hurley brought them back for a welcome reception.What about MTWI? Well, the Ohno version brought it down to one....just one airing, because they couldn't cooperate with the way things go.
Going old sschool now, we take a look at the history of Alex trebek's mustache and how it evolved over the years. By the way, his 'stache didn't get shaved off until 2001.
Whammy!'s own Todd Newton will be part of the Hub Network's halloween bash this year. Bailee Madison and Laura Marano will also be presenters as well.
And sticking with Todd, he did TPIR Live in Oregon this past Monday.
The 2nd intermission presented by swagbucks.com is underway and gospel singer Tamela Mann form "Meet The Browns" has this.....
And let's take us to the 3rd period.
We have the debut of "moments To live by" in which we take classic or current moments from GSn alums or something related to the network and watch it to apply to your life. This moment comes to us from "The Million Second Quiz." If I were to read the entire rulebook, I would confuse you, but no need to figure out the stories from their experience except Andrew Kravis who overtook Ken Jennings, aka "The Master" of GSN Live fame to get out of the overglass and break that record. Here now is your moment to live by.
And the hourglass has ran empty. Today's blog was sponsored by The conestants after the Million Second Quiz. They've got more horror stories than Stephen King combined.
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