(Smile, peeps. Spring is in the air and April is the time to get Menchies. Frozen Yogurt whatever you want it. Find one near you or menchies.com.)
VO: This is GSN The Know. The most in United States of America. Now, from the Wilton-North building, give it up for the man about games, Pierre Kelly.
Me: Hi my lovelies. How is the world today. Spring has sprung, and we are jumping into action. Hilty will leap into the first period.
Just 14 slots was all it took for Family Feud, but let's find out who leaped into a ditch.
DED & MOAM were tied for 243rd, but 1 vs. 100 was in a burger between 2-fers of The Pyramid and MOAM. Ohno Minute and P+ rounded it out. Time for Hilty to leap forward as we end the first period.
After the timeout, A show on sunday off and on in a week and why the classics are sticking around. Meet you after the break.
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1991 - Olympic Oil Stain Ad: http://youtu.be/kt-Mk0wvJWo
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Back again kids, and at first, Shop 'Til You Drop originally wanted to leave on Sunday due to insiders, but the GSNN Blogspot page says it is back on. What's the big idea? Well, I was going to talk to a fan named Anthony Hardy, and if you look at the studio, it is filled with wrestling posters past and present and board games of GSN classics when you enter his personal radio station. He is the subject of.....
Twitter Theater. I asked him why they took it off and he said...
@Johnny_Arcade That I'm not sure. It's like they take two steps forward and then a giant step back.
Ok then. I later wanted to know why Chain Reaction wanted to get back to the lineup. His reply:
@Johnny_Arcade GSN will never learn, will they? Why do they do this?
And our sincere apologies to me in the FB group page for pulling an April Fools prank on the network getting 24 hours worth of classics. I know it will one day, but if it turns out to be true, I'm down for it.
Now to the 2nd intermission presented by swagbucks.com. We kick off April Acapella awareness month with Pentatonix. They crossed Sesame Street off the bucket list of places they'd like to perform and here is the result.
Sesame Street: Pentatonix Counts (& Sings) to Five: http://youtu.be/0b-v-wMR69k
Shall I now introduce you to the 3rd period?
I heard a rumor......
That by 2015 according to the network's president, all of the classics must be reduced or gone. Say it isn't so. Where is the whole Barry-Enright library? Is the Goodson-Todman library still around? Maybe the Merv Griffin section needs a reprieve. GSN has no responsibility airing them all day long due to the success of Steve Harvey and his Family Feud and all that modern stuff from 2000-onward. Most classics owned by Fremantle are the ones we got. Sony needs to get up off their high horse and get on classic Wheel and J!, but the point is that the reason why the classics are staying is because there is a baby spike in the ratings. MOAM, The Pyramid and MTWI reruns are now trash, thanks to both $ale's syndie run. Maybe there is hope. PYL deserved better than Match.Game which played poorly, but still ages well like a fine wine. As long as more leases of classics come to the network and make the statement false, then we'll be fine with it.
Take my hand, we're off to Never Never Land to play non-stop classics. Today's blog is brought to you by.....
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Don't forget to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Pierre Jason Kelly on FB and @Johnny_Arcade on twitter. We leave you now with Pentatonix and this Sesame Street mashup. Play on playas.
C is for Cookie/Rubber Ducky - Pentatonix feat. C…: http://youtu.be/fXHvKzTd3uc