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: It's about time we get it on. Hi everyone and a shouout to all chemistry teachers in America today. WHen you think of teh Breaking Bad series finale, you think of this job. Time to break off into the first period. Hilty, run the periodic table for me.
Family Feud took up 1-9, but Newlywed Game snatched up the final spot. Now we find out who broke the beakers.
Family Feud kicked it off first, with P+ thereafter. DED was next with $100K Pyramid and after Baggage, a double dose of Match Game came in with another Feud and another MG as well. After 2012 Pyramid, Passowrd Plus rounded it out. That's the first period. Hilty is off to the chem lab.
Just ahead, who's hosting a new GSN show ordering 40 in its first season? We'll tell you, plus The Pyramid: One Year Later. All after this.
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ANd you're back. "Mind Of A Man" is asking somebody to host this thing.
Case in point, Deray Davis of Adult Swim's "Black Dynamite" will take part in this experiment. And I heard they're casting. How do they do it? Simply by going to this....
As for the other upfronts, Bible's premiere date will be February 27th, which would be right after the Olympics. As for "It Takes A Church," they were trying to get people in early spring, but they're not green-lighting it yet. "The Impostor?" Well, It was supposed to be this month, but htey decided not to. Why? Because they couldn't get their act together.
Also this month, Mark L. Walberg will be hosting TPIR Live in Muncie, IN. on the 23rd.
And to wrap up the period, Wink Martindale answering just 5 questions.
Now the 2nd intermission from swagbucks.com. Last year, we introduced you to Svengoolie. Even though the person named Jerry G. Bishop died this year, his successor Rich Koz is still alive today. As far as his tv show is concerned, it's still on in many digital subchannels across the country. He's back for the 2nd year in a row and he has more cooking up for you. Let's start the month with this one....
And we throw up into the 3rd period. Hope I'm alright.
A year and 1 month ago or so ago, "The Pyramid" wanted to be like its true self after trying 3 times to get it on cable or network TV. The format remained true to the basics like the classic, but they added money for every perfect 7. Even the winner's circle did its thing too. The theme got a minor upgrade and the set looked like a 1982-88 copycat with a makeover. 40 shows later, it became rerun. Why? A poor timeslot opposite your local news, poeple clamoring why DIck Clark is better than Mike RIchards and the very final week in which the Tuturros, winners of the golden brain for "Best WTH moment" was aired. Only 3 were shown at that time. Today, it's bottom of the barrel ratings every now & then with an exception of an afternoon slots seen recently. It showed why Mike Richard would rather produce something than host a lone classic.
Time to go, folks. Today's blog was brought to you by "Breaking Bad." See the whole series by going to hulu.com and searching for it.
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