Summer Camp Blues

This week...We got new BB Houseguests.....

Meet the Cutie on Love island......

And why there is a 4 in Free 4 all. All this and......

We pay tribute to Etika. Let's go.

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I Said, Let's GET LIT!!!!!

Madison Brunoehler: From coast to coast..............

And Across America.....and the world.........this is..............

Now here is America's favorite contestant, Pierre Kelly!!!!! 

Me: Thank you Madi2TheMax and this of course is  Game show Live! As live as it gets, as live as it happens and as live whenever you feel like it. Let's get into it with......

 The Opening Toss-Up story.

It's time to meet the next group of Big Brother houseguests who have signed up for a summer of paranoia.
CBS on Monday unveiled the 16 cast members who will compete on Season 21, including a Broadway dancer, a college soccer star and — most intriguing of all — a "wine safari guide."
This summer's houseguests are also quite young: With the exception of petroleum engineer Cliff Fogg III, who is 53 years old, the entire cast is comprised of 20- and 30-somethings. (That includes model Jessica Milagros, whose age is described as "30-ish.")
The three youngest contestants — college student Ovi Kabir, public health analyst Isabella Wang and the aforementioned Analyse — clock in at just 22 years old.

The players...

- Analyse Talavera (22; Northridge, CA; college soccer star)
- Christie Murphy (28; Staten Island, NY; boutique owner)
- Cliff Hogg III (53; Houston; petroleum engineer)
- David Alexander (29; Atlanta, photographer) (C-Note: No relation)
- Holly Allen (31; Lander, WY; wine safari guide)
- Isabella Wang (22; Mount Olive, NJ; public health analyst)
- Jack Matthews (28; Chicago; fitness trainer)
- Jackson Michie (23; Nashville; server)
- Jessica Milagros ("30ish"; Chicago; model)
- Kathryn Dunn (29; Irving, TX; digital marketing executive)
- Kemi Faknule (25; Elkridge, MD; marketing strategist)
- Nick Maccarone (27; Sewell, NJ; therapist)
- Nicole Anthony (24; Long Island, NY; preschool aide)
- Ovi Kabir (22; Oakridge, TN; college student)
- Sam Smith (31; West Nanticoke, PA; truck driver)
- Tommy Bracco (28; Staten Island, NY; Broadway dancer)
As previously announced, Big Brother will return with a two-night event, airing Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26, at 8/7c. It will then add Sunday broadcasts starting June 30. Then, beginning July 10, the show will switch to a Wednesday-Thursday-Sunday schedule, with the weekday airings moving to 9 pm and the Sunday installment staying put at 8. But there's more.....

Big Brother 21, premiering Tuesday, June 25 on CBS, will feature a house designed with a summer camp theme, plus "an unexpected twist" that will force the Houseguests to "rethink how they play the game."
BIG BROTHER returns this summer with exciting interactive and cross-platform programming for fans to enjoy throughout the series' 21st season. This season's programming includes the return of the popular 24/7 BIG BROTHER Live Feeds on the CBS All Access subscription service. Across CBS' digital platforms, fans can expect exclusive digital content with evicted Houseguests, including interviews, never-before-seen clips and more.
CBS' summer reality hit debuts with a two-night premiere event Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. BIG BROTHER AFTER DARK premieres on Pop Wednesday, June 26.
Details of the social, interactive and multiplatform features this season include:

· CBS All Access
· BIG BROTHER Live Feeds: CBS All Access' BIG BROTHER Live Feeds offer an in-depth, exclusive pass to the show across platforms. Fans will have the opportunity to watch all the action inside the BIG BROTHER house when the Live Feeds begin on Wednesday, June 26 at 9:00 PM, PT/Thursday, June 27 at 12:00 AM, ET. Feeds will be available through the CBS All Access subscription service on a monthly basis: limited commercials for $5.99/month or commercial-free for $9.99/month.
· Watch Season 21 of BIG BROTHER live and on-demand across devices: Through CBS All Access, fans across the U.S. will be able to stream the live, local broadcast of BIG BROTHER across platforms and catch up on every episode on-demand after they air. CBS All Access subscribers can watch BIG BROTHER online at, on mobile devices via the CBS App for iOS and Android, and on Roku Players, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Vizio Smartcast TVs and Amazon Prime Video Channels.
· Every episode from every season of BIG BROTHER: CBS All Access offers BIG BROTHER fans the opportunity to watch every episode from every season of BIG BROTHER.
· BIG BROTHER on and the CBS App:
· Watch recent BIG BROTHER episodes: Fans without a CBS All Access subscription will still be able to catch up on the latest episodes from this season on and the CBS App for mobile devices and tablets.
· BIG BROTHER Interactive Elements and Social Media:
· BIG BROTHER Social Accounts: On Twitter, fans can follow @CBSBigBrother for updates and polls on the show. On BIG BROTHER's Facebook page, fans can get updates on the show and exclusive content all summer long from inside the house, including Facebook Stories. BIG BROTHER's Instagram account (@CBS_BigBrother) will feature exclusive photos and familiar BIG BROTHER faces as well as Instagram stories. 

And oh look, it's a YAY & Yawn of June. Let's see who's showering us with a blessing and who just got a thunderstorm of tears. Rain it down!!!!!

The yay: ABC's Sunday Fun & Games lineup. Sure you got your basic 3 but they've added Wednesday night's 2 returnees for a big summer of game shows.

The Yawn: Confetti. According to a  source, this week will be their last week on Confetti for a while. No word on when they will return at the moment. 

After this commercial word, What's the first thing you meet at Love Island? See why for yourself when Game Show Live returns. 

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Madison: Some members of our viewing audience will receive..

a $100 gift voucher from the collector's corner. You'll get this T-shirt.....

Enough to fool your friends....or wow them on facebook. Or maybe this.....

That can get your prepared for a shot at the great white way. Now back to a man classically trained in USA network reruns every afternoon in summertime, Pierre Kelly!

Me: Thank you Madi and welcome back. Here's a new feature called: 

Podcasts.....You should listen to. 

Your recommendation for today is.....

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What Skywalking Through Neverland did to Richard and Sarah Woloski is what did podcast does to husband & Wife newscasters Jace & Holly Barraclough. They'll challenge you on what the Disney Parks is doing and also bring you the latest in the world of the mouse ears. Go check them out at this link: 

If you're on Apple, it's this.....

Rate & Review and tell them Game Show Live! sent you. 

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Arielle Vandenberg is playing matchmaker this summer.
The actress/comedian has been set as the host of CBS' "Love Island." She will preside over the dating show, a U.S. version of the British reality dating sensation, which debuts with a special 90-minute premiere on July 9 and continues with one-hour episodes every weeknight until August 7.
Per CBS, "Love Island" begins as a group of single "Islanders" come together in a stunning villa in Fiji, ready to embark on a summer of love, friendships and ultimately, relationships. Every few days the Islanders must couple-up – those who fail to find a partner to couple-up with risk being dumped from the island. Islanders are on the lookout for romance, but the road to love doesn't always run smoothly. Challenges abound with new Islander arrivals and dramatic twists as friendships and relationships form. In addition to choosing their partners wisely, Islanders must also win the hearts of viewers, who have the opportunity to shape events on screen and ultimately crown one lucky couple the winner who will then have the chance to walk away with both love and the cash prize.
The cast of Islanders will be announced shortly, according to the network.

Here's a question I like to ask.....

Do you have the grit and endurance to take on a global adventure race and to navigate your way, day after day, for a chance to win $1,000,000?
National Geographic is casting contestants for Race to the Center of the Earth, an extreme, nonelimination competition series that pits four teams of three contestants against one another in a nonstop adventure across the globe. Teams start from different corners of the earth and race to be the first to reach the remote location that holds the $1,000,000 prize. Only those looking to push their personal limits need apply, at
"We hope that these teams, along with the beautiful global backdrop, will inspire others to step out of their own comfort zones and go on their own fantastic adventures." Tweet this "Not only are we looking for people who are diverse and exciting, but we're looking for those who really embody the legacy of National Geographic's yellow border — passionate and adventurous explorers who constantly push their personal boundaries to go further," said Bertram van Munster. "We hope that these teams, along with the beautiful global backdrop, will inspire others to step out of their own comfort zones and go on their own fantastic adventures."
The eight-part series, produced by NMC from a format by Plum Pictures, will challenge these fearless, passionate adventurers and weekend warriors with navigating their designated route, and they'll face unpredictable terrains, harsh climates and unique cultures as they make their way to the finish. Along the way, they will trek through untamed jungles, frozen tundra, arid deserts, bustling cities and imposing mountains and sail vast open seas to reach the place where all four routes intersect — a remote and challenging location where the prize awaits. The first team to arrive claims it all.
Additional terms and eligibility requirements will apply; see details on the application website. In order to complete the application in full, all applicants will need to submit a short video explaining the dynamics of their team.
Race to the Center of the Earth is National Geographic's first-ever global adventure competition series and is set to go into production later this year. For more information, visit or our press site, or follow us on Twitter using @NatGeoPR.


BBC Three has revealed that an all-new game show – which will see contestants face the "ultimate physical and psychological test" – is arriving on the internet television service later this year.
Entitled Hush Money and made by All3Media's Maverick Television, the series offers groups of friends the chance to win up to £5,000 as they take on a series of challenges that will all feature increasingly intense "shocks, surprises and scares".
Each challenge is designed to generate a new type of reaction from the teammates – whether that's a shriek of terror or a yelp of joy – but the pals must progress through the four individual chambers and endure the shocks as best they can, because each time a member of the team screams, the prize money drops. The amount taken away from the kitty depends on how much noise they make, giving the phrase 'keep calm and carry on' a whole new meaning. 

Let's speak up for a Gamestop game Break. Solve this video game by its screenshot.

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You may have a lot of time to think after this Google Play music interlude from Lauren Byrd. We took our cameras to the Stuhm Bl'ahn inn's Dragon's Den.....which is a dancefloor so small and they have a Ms. Pac-Man game.......anyway.....she's here to do a song not associated with The Walls Group....but with Toy Story. 

Oh,,,,heck yeah! Now here comes the answer.

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Don't they remind you of those Scubbin Bubbles commercials?

I was supposed to go to the haunted hallway, but I'm too scared to do it. So let's do a shout out to end the show.

So I would like to give a shout out to........Gertie & Dolly. GERTIE and DOLLY, written and produced by Colleen Elizabeth Miller and Carolyn Vasko, is a fish out of water story about two curious, 1940’s actresses who are spontaneously time-warped to modern day Hollywood. Colleen and Carolyn began writing the story as a webseries, but it has grown in something much more spectacular. Now having finished post-production on the pilot episode of GERTIE and DOLLY, their hopes are high for this comedy series future.

Here's hoping Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and any other TV streaming app......that goes for you Vudu.......gets the full order. In the meantime, hit up Insta.....

You'll see vintage photos of what life was. Also, hit up Facebook.....

And make this experience come to life. Also.....I've thrown this in for good measure.....

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And with that, it's over, today's consolation prize......Wait, wait? They want me in? Alright fine. I'll just use a mask for safekeeping.

hidden somewhere between the back door of the offices/studio and the 2nd studio door on the far left is a place where no man should go all. Come with the hallway........of horrors!

Behold. The hallway of horrors. A place of rats.....mice......spiders.......ghosts.....and................this.

Free 4 all. Hosted by game show veteran Mark L. Walberg, the concept was this: Anybody could ring in if you know the answer. Since the number 4 was considerate in the program, there were 4 categories. However, the teams were 3 instead of the usual 4. Each category picked after a toss up whether right or wrong was replaced. Round 2 worked exactly the same. This time all questions were tossups. By round 3, it was a speed round that consisted of just one category to determine a winner. The winning team went on to take a chance at the grand prize of..........................$1000. Or in this case, $333.33. Swell. Every answer was worth $100. or $33.33. Again, swell. But the prize of a trip somewhere on the west coast was also common in few episodes. Also, mark tried the announcing chair because Stone-Stanley Productions (now STone & Company) couldn't find an announcer anywhere. Look at Ron Maestri on Quicksliver. It did better than the show right after it and extended it to 1995. Free 4 all was out of herre after 95 shows. Just goes to show you that straight up team trivia on a cable show is so cheap.

What's with that laughing? Was that somebody watching a sitcom in the file room? I don't know. 

Wait, it's a Witch....(shrieks and run back out to the desk)

I'll never go back to that Haunted Hallway again.

That's it for this week. Today's consolation prize is a Chucky Doll that won't scare you. Go ahead. Play with It. We won't scare you all. 

Don't forget to email me at, Pierre Jason Kelly on FB and @Johnny_Arcade on twitter. Also I'm on Snapchat as MisterGSN and Instagram as Mister_WCW. We will return next Wednesday, and until we return, Play on playas.


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