Saturday, November 3, 2018

What's Up ahead......

https://youtu.be/Ce8NoME3kR0

On the next Game Show Live!.....


-A new GSN program is coming.....
-A Game show comes to Netflix....
-And the 1st ever Live online trivia app costume parade.


It's all the way live on Game Show Live! Be thankful for what you got.



Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Shop Til You Drop Dead!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y689hRYEjgI

This week......More on the Masked Singer......

Masterchef Jr.'s holiday plans......

And the conclusion of Clarktoberfest. All This and.....


There's a zombie's hand on my ankle......let me get it off!

Anyways...Let's.......Get.......SCARY!

(evil laughter)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVoNhdX6zjU

Madison Brunoehler (as an evil witch): (cackling) From ghost to ghost.....

And aacross the graveyard......and the haunted house........this is..............










Now here is America's scariest contestant Pierre........Scary!

(evil cackling)


(song fades out)



Me: Welcome to Game Show Live! As dead as it gets,as creepy as it happens and scary whenever you don't feel like it. We are live on location in the Nolanwood Deep Discount Mall in hte historical center of Grimsborough. In its heyday, the most anchor stores like Sears, Macy's, Goldsmiths, Dillards and Best Buy come to this mall. the only ones left: Macy's, Best Buy and soon to shutter its doors....Sears. There used to be over 75 stores......but now it's just 15. Most of them locally owned like.....Coyne Dance studio and The Nap Station, my favorite place to go. Oh, and Arcade Legacy. Today it's 1/2 off playing time. Sweet! But enough about this nearly dead mall, let's focus on the news and opinions on game shows and reality TV.  And with the kids out trick or treating where you live, let's focus on our zombie ninjas, Slice & Rice to talk about the kinds of trick or treaters you look for tonight.










Now that we've settled in a food court the size of a school cafeteria, it's time to start with.....




 The whatstrending.com Opening pumpkin Toss-Up story.  




Get ready for the wildest celebrity guessing game ever, when new celebrity singing game show THE MASKED SINGER premieres Wednesday, Jan. 2 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Hosted by Nick Cannon, with panelists Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke, THE MASKED SINGER is a top-secret celebrity singing competition that will have everyone asking, "who's behind the mask?!" Based on an international format, and already a viral phenomenon with over half a billion fans worldwide, the series features celebrities facing off against one another with one major twist: each singer is shrouded from head to toe in an elaborate costume, complete with full face mask to conceal his or her identity. With each performance, the host, panelists, audience, viewers and even the other contestants are left guessing who is singing behind the mask. Although the celebrities' identities are a mystery, between them they have a combined 65 Grammy Award nominations, 16 Emmy Award nominations, four stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and four Super Bowl titles. The singers may attempt to throw the crowd off of their scent, while keen observers might pick up on tiny clues buried throughout the show. One singer will be eliminated by the audience and judges each week, based on their performance, and will then reveal his or her true identity. It's not a "whodunit," it's a "whosungit!"
Produced by Endemol Shine North America, THE MASKED SINGER was developed for the U.S. and is executive-produced by Craig Plestis ("Minute to Win It," "The Winner Is"). Izzie Pick Ibarra ("Dancing with the Stars," "Breaking Pointe") also serves as an executive producer, and Alex Rudzinski ("Dancing with the Stars," "Grease: Live") directs. Nick Cannon, Nikki Varhely Gillingham and Rosie Seitchik serve as co-executive producers. THE MASKED SINGER is based on the South Korean format created by Mun Hwa Broadcasting Corp. "Like" THE MASKED SINGER on Facebook at facebook.com/maskedsingerfox. Follow the series on Twitter @maskedsingerfox and join the conversation using #TheMaskedSinger. Check out photos and videos on Instagram @maskedsingerfox.



You know what makes me not scary.......The Yay & Yawn of October.






The yay:  Devin Goda being the newest male model on Price. The male models are getting more eye candy for the ladies. 

The yawn: GSN's morning hours getting slashed. Yes, slashed. Not Scythed. Slashed. 



After the break, junior chefs spend the holidays. That's on the way, but first......




It's station break time! A gaggle of commericals which begins.....after these messages.







Madison Brunoehler (as an evil witch): (cackling)  None of our dead audience will receive....


A bunch of candy from Munchpak.com to give to my trick or treaters. Even though today is halloween, you should've gottten a box that's worth less than $10......or wait until November to lower the price of candy in the stories later.  Now back to our evil dentist, Pierre Scary! 

(evil cakcling)




Me: um.....thanks Madi and welcome back. As we continue to tour the mall, I'm going to ride the Gravitron. The only ride in the mall and it costs a dollar. While I get in, the announcer in your head, the Match Game mistress of impressionism, Madi2Themax has some Halloween Pun-pressions for you.





(gets out the ride)

Man, I need a break in the wicker bench.....as long as it's not breakable, we'll get to the stories.

(wicker bench breaks)

Ouch. Might as well do it on the floor.


his Thanksgiving, MASTERCHEF JUNIOR gives fans something to be thankful for, when multi-Michelin star Chef Gordon Ramsay and award-winning chef Aarón Sánchez invite celebrities, their kids and some fan-favorite alumni into the MASTERCHEFJUNIOR kitchen, where they'll show off their culinary skills in exciting contests for charity on the all-new MASTERCHEF JUNIOR: CELEBRITY SHOWDOWN, airing Thanksgiving night, Thursday, Nov. 22 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX, immediately following NFL ON FOX, in which the Dallas Cowboys face the Washington Redskins. In between these epic battles in the MASTERCHEF JUNIOR kitchen, host Gordon Ramsay will chat with lifestyle expert, businesswoman and TV personality Martha Stewart to swap holiday-themed recipes for the whole family to enjoy.
The two-hour special features three unique battles, putting each celebrity competitor to the test- with more than bragging rights at stake - the winners earn donations to the charities of their choice.
Additionally, the contestants will face their challenges with a sous chef by their sides, whether it be one of their own children or former MASTERCHEF JUNIOR contestants.
Here are the MASTERCHEF JUNIOR match-ups:
- Eric Stonestreet and MCJ Season Five Contestant Shayne vs. Terrence Howard and MCJ Season Six Finalist Avery: In a holiday-themed Mystery Box Challenge, these two TV dads will battle it out with help from some MASTERCHEF JUNIOR kids. EMPIRE's Terrence Howard (@terrencehoward) pairs up with Season Six finalist Avery while "Modern Family's" Eric Stonestreet teams with MASTERCHEF JUNIOR Season Five favorite Shayne to cook.
- Alyson Hannigan and her Daughter, Saty, vs. Lil Rel Howery and his Daughter, Brittni: It's a parent-child tag-team challenge! TV star Alyson Hannigan (@alydenisof), of "How I Met Your Mother," cooks with her nine-year-old daughter, Saty, while star of FOX's REL, Lil Rel Howery, partners up with his daughter, Brittni (age nine).
- NFL Hall of Fame Running Back Emmitt Smith and MCJ Season Six Winner Beni vs. NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Jerry Rice and MCJ Season Four Winner Addison: From going head-to-head on the field to making plays in the kitchen, two NFL legends see who will come out on top in this cooking matchup. Emmitt Smith (@EmmittSmith22), formerly of the Dallas Cowboys, gets an assist from the most recent winner of MASTERCHEF JUNIOR, 11-year-old Beni Cwiakala. Jerry Rice (@JerryRice), who played for the San Francisco 49ers, will be teamed up with MASTERCHEF JUNIOR Season Four winner, 13-year-old Addison Smith. 
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This season, "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" will have given away more than $100 million in total winnings since its Syndicated debut in 2002. It will celebrate this remarkable milestone throughout the month of November with a series of specialty shows and giveaways, culminating with a commemorative show in which a favorite past contestant gets a second shot at winning $1 million.

- Friday, Nov. 2: Mickey's 90th Anniversary Celebration: "Millionaire" will celebrate Mickey's 90th Anniversary with a special show featuring an appearance by none other than Mickey Mouse himself! There also will be additional commemorative contestant prizes given away during game play, including a limited edition $5,000 Mickey Swarovski® Crystal Disney Gift Card and a trip for two to New York City to experience Mickey: The True Original Exhibition, an interactive pop-up art experience honoring Mickey Mouse's 90th Anniversary. Coming to NYC for a limited time, the one-of-a-kind exhibition is an immersive art exhibit that celebrates 90 years of Mickey Mouse's heritage, status as a "true original," and his global impact on art and pop culture.

- Monday, Nov. 5 - Friday, November 9: Victories for Veterans Week: Veteran service members from the U.S. Armed Forces will appear as contestants all week long, and the show will salute American heroes with the help of DAV, Disabled American Veterans, a nonprofit charity with more than 1 million members nationwide. For each contestant that reaches the $100,000 question during Victories for Veterans, "Millionaire" will honor him or her by making a $5,000 donation to DAV.

- Monday, Nov. 11 - Friday, Nov. 16: Millionaire's $100 Million Week: Each day throughout the week, Millionaire will revisit a favorite past contestant with an exciting game play moment from "Millionaire's" 17-year Syndication run. One of these players will be randomly selected to come back for another shot at winning $1 million on Friday, Nov. 16, during a special commemorative show. In addition, the at-home grand prize winner of the Millionaire Celebration Sweepstakes will be announced on-air as the recipient of a magical DISNEY CRUISE LINE Vacation
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egendary TV game show host Bob Barker is resting at home after being hospitalized earlier this week due to back pain.
Barker, 94, who was transported by paramedics Monday to Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, returned to his Hollywood Hills home on Tuesday.
Through a representative, he told fans he's recovering and expressed appreciation for their interest and support.
"He's home, he's resting, he's comfortable," William Prappas, Barker's business manager, told USA TODAY Wednesday. "He wants to thank all his fans and those (who have) been reaching out. He wants to let them know he's resting and on the road to recovery."
Barker's back pain stemmed from an earlier back injury.




BBC Studioworks is providing full studio and technical services to Channel 5's new gameshow, Celebrity Game Night. The production sees Liza Tarbuck take on hosting duties in front of a live audience for indie Monkey's take on the Emmy-winning American show, Hollywood Game Night.
Tarbuck will be joined by two teams of celebrity guests, led by captains Danny Baker and Susan Calman. The teams will go head-to head in a series of parlour games that test their pop culture knowledge, acting skills, and nerves.
The 6x60-min episodes is filming in BBC Studioworks' 11,800 sq. ft. Studio D at BBC Elstree Centre, with two episodes recording back-to-back today, Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 October. The production will be supported by Studio D's production galleries, EVS tapeless recording facilities and will also draw upon BBC Studioworks' audio, electrical, engineering and scenic teams.
"Hollywood Game Night has now run in the US for a number of series and has been a massive hit, so we're very excited to be working with Monkey on the UK's version of this popular format," said BBC Studioworks commercial manager Meryl McLaren.



Now a segment that makes your phone a monster Mash and does a graveyard smash for cash. It's....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6InpVXhqR2w


The real live online quiz truth in real live online quiz news, suckers!



Swag IQ had its own decades week and it went something like this. Nathan did the 50s on Monday......







And channeled his inner British Invasion doing the sixties......



Deyshola going into the Seventies.....



And then the radical eighties.....




And Devyn being a 90's kid.





Over to the Q and if you think who'll host yet......look at this.








Over to the Out of Tune party house and something new happened......




As if that wasn't enough, this past Tuesday saw the biggest game in the app's history........





Yes, $1030 buckaroos and 30 notes for everybody. Everyone came, saw and rocked out on this special night.


And now for something new on Hangtime......


What’s new:
• Choose from a number of “featured hangs,” including a Hang for newbies, music lovers, and more
• Hang-owners can now invite any user to their Hang and remove members from their hang
• See all the Hangs you are a member of on one screen
• Customize your Hang name
• Keep your Hang running or delete it at the end of a game


Finally, Ripkord will still have games at 3:30 and 6 central. Don't worry about the time change you first freaked out when you updated it.



And that sadly was the real live online quiz truth in real live online quiz news, suckers!!!!!

(song stops)


Welp, a security guard asked me to move to another bench to finish out the blog, so let's skip to a Gamestop Game break. That guard reminds me of Mandy Rose of the WWE. Anyways, test your knowledge of candy trivia.




A popular candy created in 1949 was named after what type of play?


Give yourselves a time to think after a Google Play music interlude, because for this special day, we've invited mixed tag mixmasters Scott & ryceejo for a "Devilshy good time." 

(evil laugh; thunder sfx)






So, what type of play inspired a candy? Well, it was a Broadway play. but what candy was it?


The name of the product is a pun on Sally Benson's Junior Miss, a collection of her stories from The New Yorker, which were adapted by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields into a successful play. The play was directed by Moss Hart and ran on Broadway from 1941 to 1943. According to one past official company history, when James Welch developed and launched the product in 1949, he named the candy after his favorite Broadway show. Yet the candy came six years after the play had closed on Broadway. Current copy on the Junior Mints box incorrectly gives the date of the Broadway play as 1949. Some may argue that this is comparable to the "potato potato" scenario, as depending on how you read "named after a top Broadway play in 1949: "Junior Miss"", it may be interpreted that it is simply referring to the candy being named in 1949.[2][3]


So Junior Mints is what inspired it.


Let's celebrate....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlQAyuMgwKs


Clarktoberfest. All of the moments of the show that made him best from the man that made him best.....DICK CLARK!!!!










That'll do it. On behalf of everyone at game Show Live!, we wish you a Happy Halloween and stay safe out there trick or treating......or the grim reaper will snatch and grab it right behind you. 


Don't forget to email me at kellypierre8@gmail.comcoppockonsports@yahoo.com, Pierre Jason Kelly on FB and @Johnny_Arcade on twitter. Also I'm on Snapchat as MisterGSN and Instagram as Mister_WCW.


And until next time........Scare on, playas!

(Evil laughing, then coughing followed by vomiting in the trash can)

Remind me not to order Chiptole again.