Saturday, November 9, 2019

What's up Ahead.........

On the Next Game Show Live!...

-Pat out, vanna In?
-A hot new game....that cones in hot....
-And the 2nd annual Live mobile trivia costume Parade.

It's all the way live on game Show Live! You turkeys!

Friday, November 8, 2019

Livewire! 11/8

Madison Brunoehler: From Game Show Live!, this is.....................

Livewire! Your news.......with sass. Presented by The Murder Hotel. Come for first-class reservations as reviewed by and end up dead with 1-star done by Yelp. With free Continental Breakfast and TVs with antenna because they couldn't afford cable. And rotary phone service because let's face it, they forgot the Wifi policy. The Murder Hotel across the street from the last house on the left. And now from our Game Show Live! Newsroom, here comes Pierre Kelly!

Me: Thank you Madi2theMax, welcome to Livewire!  We're what you call the Hallmark channel of game show blogging.  Sure, i can wear a green Miami Hurricanes coat next to Brooke Burke and also starring Lacey Chabert, Jesse Metcalfe, Autumn Reeser, Grant Show, Candace Cameron Bure and...........Michael Winslow from Police Academy, but the countdown to Game Show Live! honors is upon us. no Need for a movie to pop in a 7pm CST, let's.....get's wired!

Just another Biggest Loser knock off led to this tweet from Paramount Network.....

The newcomer had been airing Tuesday nights at 11:00/10:00c on the cable channel.

Time to check the Game Show Live! bulletin board.

Family Feud is holding auditions in Memphis December 7th & 8th.
Here’s the information on what you need to do.
  • Apply online in order to schedule an audition.
  • We love when families include pictures and a video to their applications!
  • If you are able to include a video, then at least 5 family members are required. Briefly introduce yourselves, tell us where you are from, and feel free to use props, costumes, play a mock round of the game, or anything to stand out!
  • Have fun and remember to tell us where you’re from!
  • Must have 5 family members related by blood, marriage or legal adoption.
  • You must be a US citizen or have permission to work within the United States.
  • If anyone on the team knows or is related to anyone employed by Fremantle, Debmar-Mercury, Wanderlust Productions, any affiliate that carries the Family Feud, or any Steve Harvey production including The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, they are ineligible.
  • If anyone on the team is running for political office or has been on more than two (2) game shows in the last year they are also ineligible.
  • If you or anyone on your team has appeared on Family Feud before, it must 10 years since the prior appearance to be eligible to play again.
  • There is no age requirement to be on Family Feud, but we suggest that contestants are 15 years or older due to the content of the questions.
  • If you cannot make it to any of the live auditions listed above, please visit our Audition by Video page. Call our Contestant Department Hotline: (818) 451-4281

Alec Baldwin has sued the man who accused him of punching him over a parking space dispute in New York City last year.
In the lawsuit, which was filed Friday in Manhattan Supreme Court, Baldwin says the man, Wojciech Cieszkowski, lied about their encounter, which took place in November 2018.
Baldwin was arrested on Nov. 2, 2018, after police said he got into a fight with Cieszkowski over a parking space that a Baldwin family member had attempted to hold for the actor. Cieszkowski accused Baldwin of throwing punches and later went to the hospital for jaw pain and injuries to his neck. Baldwin, soon after being arrested, denied he threw any punches and said that the incident was “egregiously misstated.” 
Baldwin pleaded not guilty to assault and harassment charges.

Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba admits she's super frustrated the judging panel is having to send home skilled, high-scoring celebrity contestants each week due to home-viewer votes, which have allowed former White House press secretary Sean Spicer to stick around.
It's disappointing to see people go home like this week after week, and Sean is staying in, but it's always been a partnership between the judges and the people," Carrie Ann told Entertainment Tonight after Monday night's show.

"That is what Dancing with the Stars is. I can't get too mad, but yeah, I'm a little frustrated. I'm a lot frustrated."

Pop star Ally Brooke and actress Kate Flannery both fell into the bottom two on Monday night's Dancing with the Stars performance show based on the combination of judges' scores and home viewer votes cast live during the two-hour Season 28 broadcast.
Along with her fellow Dancing with the Stars judges Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann could only save one of the two ladies from elimination, and Kate and her pro partner Pasha Pashkov were sent packing as a result.

When Carrie Ann was shown voting to keep Ally and her pro partner Sasha Farber in the competition over Kate and Pasha, she admittedly was "absolutely confused" and "a little irritated" she had been put in such a position when Sean had been receiving the lowest scores week after week.

"This is a dancing competition. It's nothing else. It's supposed to be about the best dancer. Put it where it counts!" Carrie Ann exclaimed in her interview with ET.

Ally and Sasha fell into the bottom two despite having received the first perfect score of the season on Monday night, 30 out 30 points from the judges.

Although Kate and Pasha only earned themselves 24 points for their routine, Sean landed in last place on the judges' leaderboard with 20 points.

"What I want to say about this is, there are people who are working their butts off, and we've gotten so many complaints in the past seasons about not the best dancer winning," Carrie Ann said, seemingly referring to the controversy over Bobby Bones winning last season with his pro partner Sharna Burgess.

As Dancing with the Stars viewers may recall, Bobby was extremely popular on the show among voters and kept advancing until he made the finale. Along the way, better dancers were ousted from the show in his place.

And now for your Game Show Live! Crowning moment of awesomeness of excellence. 
A Columbia University freshman who won $100,000 earlier this year on the "Jeopardy!" Teen Tournament has donated part of his winnings to a cancer research center in honor of the game show's longtime host, Alex Trebek.
Portland NBC affiliate KGW reported that Avi Gupta wrote a check for $10,314 – signifying the first digits of pi – to the Oregon Health & Science University’s Knight Cancer Institute.
Gupta told KGW that he hoped the donation would fund early cancer detection efforts in honor of Trebek, who announced his own cancer diagnosis in March.
“This is in honor of 'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek, a man who's been a role model for me my whole life,” he said.
“Everyone knows someone or has been affected by cancer in some way,” Gupta added to KGW. “I believe scientists are winning the fight against cancer, we just need to help them to do more.”

So Avi Gupta......You Get the crown. 
In addition, you get this brand new short little ditty of a cover that Lvl_up_together of Denver, Co. put together for us. Boys.........HIT IT!

What's even more awesome? our Bullseye bonus island Blonde ambitiion Audreyismusic releasing a new album out now in store shelves everywhere.

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As you can see, Status Change is the new album and a debut for her as your can hear 13 songs on the album. Some of which, have been on this blog long ago and this new one will mark the arrival and it's called............Crazy.

And the craziness continues.

The Emmys: Gender Neutral fun for everyone!

The confirmed merging of the Younger Actor and Young Actress categories into one, gender-neutral award is but one of many changes on tap for the 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards.
NATAS has announced a slew of changes and updates for the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which as recently reported will now be held across three nights, Friday, June 12 through Sunday, June 14.
The changes include but are not limited to:
Outstanding Younger Performer in a Drama Series replaces the Outstanding Younger Actor and Younger Actress in a Drama Series categories, as well as eliminates the gender of the category.
* All performers eligible for gendered acting categories are encouraged to enter the one they feel best fits their gender identity — as Asia Kate Dillon, a non-binary cast member of Showtime’s Billions, does by choosing to compete in the Supporting Actor category at the Primetime Emmys.
* These categories are now open to both Broadcast Dramas and Digital Drama entrants:
Outstanding Art Direction/Set Direction/Scenic Design
Outstanding Casting
Outstanding Costume Design
Outstanding Lighting Direction
Outstanding Multiple Camera Editing
Outstanding Music Direction and Composition
* Outstanding Makeup, Outstanding Costumes and Outstanding Hairstyling reels must now include only “everyday” makeup and hairstyling. Special event, Halloween, special effects, prosthetic or period makeup and hairstyling reels belong in a newly created Outstanding Special Effects Costumes, Makeup and Hairstyling category.
* Other new categories include Outstanding Young Adult Program (created for tween and teen viewers 12- 17 years old, and accepting Series and Specials) and Outstanding Picture Editing for an Animated Program.
* Outstanding Performer in a Children’s or Family Viewing Program has been replaced with two categories: Outstanding Principal Performance in a Children’s, Family Viewing, Young Adult, or Special Class Program, and Outstanding Limited Performance in a Children’s, Family Viewing, Young Adult Program, or Special Class Program (whereby Limited is defined as appearing in 25% or less of the total episodes for the season, appearing on screen in 25% or less of the entire Special, and/or onscreen Guest credit).
Outstanding Musical Performance in a Daytime Program has been eliminated.

Netflix is set to hit “play” on Jenna Dewan’s Soundtrack just before Christmas: Season 1 of the long-gestating musical drama will drop on Wednesday, Dec. 18, TVLine has confirmed.
Soundtrack (fka Mixtape), which was created by Joshua Safran (Quantico, Smash), is described as “groundbreaking drama that explores the love stories connecting a diverse group of Angelenos through the music that lives inside their hearts and minds.” Dewan stars opposite Christina Milian (Falling Inn Love) and Madeleine Stowe (Revenge).
Soundtrack‘s debut has been a long time coming. A pilot was originally developed at Fox for the 2018-19 season, but was ultimately passed over. Then, in July 2018, Netflix swooped in with a 10-episode order.

The Chase star Jenny Ryan has become the people’s choice to sing the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film after she smashed her performance on The X Factor: Celebrity. Jenny, a late addition to the live shows after viewer backlash, was totally transformed from her Vixen look for her standout performance. On Saturday night she wowed the judges with her performance of Rise Like A Phoenix by Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst. Instead of voluminous hair and glasses, Jenny became a glittering pop diva in a long tasseled gold kaftan and trousers and statement earrings, and her red hair slicked down. Her look was a long way away from how fans of the ITV quiz show are used to seeing her on weekday afternoons. And the song choice had viewers calling for the quiz whizz to take on another new role – joining the likes of Adele, Sam Smith, Madonna, Shirley Bassey by singing the theme song for a James Bond movie. ‘Well. That performance confirmed Jenny Ryan as one of my favourite people. What a performance! What a voice! What a song choice! Next Bond theme,’ read one fan tweet with the hashtag #Goosebumps.

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And the clip here proves it.

Philadelphia may have had The Class-h Room, but Pittsburgh will soon follow suit.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA)– The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is looking to fill roles for a new game show, Game Time!
Pittsburgh’s first locally-produced game show brings physical activity, competition, and fun into one arena.
“Four audience members from each team are randomly selected to play each game for four total rounds, with each round featuring an entirely new and unpredictable game. At the end of all four rounds, the team with the highest score spins a prize wheel to determine the grand prize each player will receive,” said officials from the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
The pilot season will be scheduled on the last Saturday of every month from April through September of 2020.
Currently, the show needs a host and a game master.
Both roles will be compensated $200 for each appearance in a show and $50 for rehearsals before the launch in 2020.
To audition for the Host role you will need to submit two videos. One will be of you performing an opening monologue and the second video will contain commentary you may giving during scenarios in a show.
Four finalists will then be invited to host a shortened version of the show in front of a live audience.
The Game Master is required to submit a video of your character with non-verbal responses to situations and questions that may arise in the show.
the four finalists will be invited to audition with whoever holds the Host role.
Interested individuals can apply here.
In the latest example of why we all love him, Bill Murray has fessed up to a Family Feud obsession. And not just any obsession, either — according to Murray, his devotion to the syndicated game show is defined by a very specific viewing habit. Not surprisingly, this secret tactic toes the line between kooky and genius which, you know, basically sums up the brilliance of Murray himself.
While Murray has been known to crash things like house parties and personal photoshoots to reveal new sides of himself, this latest revelation came courtesy of Amy Schumer. The comedian got Murray to open up about his viewing preferences (among many other things) for her 3 Girls 1 Keith podcast, which also features co-hosts Bridget Everett, Rachel Feinstein and Keith Robinson. During the candid convo, Murray admitted that the show he watches most at home is Family Feud. There’s a twist, though.
“I’m going to give you my little secret: I record it. I can come home and I have recorded 61 episodes of Family Feud, because it’s on all day long. It’s on all day long and by law it has to be on all day long,” he said, building up to his big reveal. “But then, what I do is I take the time to fast forward in each episode all the way to Fast Money. ‘Cause that to me is the excitement part of the show.”

But we fast foward again to Christa Nannos doing this before we hit the eject button for good.

That's all for now, but remember one thing:  Will Elizabeth Banks ever record a jazz song? And if so, how much free time does she have left? 

So until next time and all the on playas. 

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

PSA in your PDA

This week........A message from Mr. Jeopardy himself.....

The Streams of your life.....

And questions your parents would never answer to. All this and.......

How the 1992 arcade game Time Killers was created. 


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.

"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek says that he wishes he "had known sooner" about the symptoms of pancreatic cancer so that he could have started combating his ailment at an earlier time.
In an international public service announcement (PSA) for World Pancreatic Cancer Day on Oct. 30, Trebek says that pancreatic cancer is "the only major cancer with a five-year survival rate in the single digits." At another point in the video, he shows vulnerability when explaining how he failed to realize the seriousness of some of the early symptoms that he experienced.
"I wish I had known sooner that the persistent stomach pain I experienced before my diagnosis was a symptom of pancreatic cancer," Trebek says. "Other common symptoms can include mid-back pain, unexplained weight loss, new onset diabetes, and the yellowing of the skin or eyes."

Back in March, Trebek posted a video announcing that he had been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
Trebek said he had already begun his latest round of chemotherapy in the hope that his numbers will decrease and that he's noticed some hair loss as part of the new treatment.
Trebek had previously said in May that he was in remission and returned to work on "Jeopardy!" in August to film the game show's 36th season.

And speaking of Jeopardy!....

Many-time "Jeopardy!" champion James Holzhauer now knows his return date to the Alex Trebek-hosted game show — and whom he'll face.
Holzhauer will play the answers-as-questions game again in next month's "Tournament of Champions," with Wednesday, Nov. 6 marking his first time back at the buzzer since that long winning-streak ended in June.
The woman who ended it, Emma Boettcher, will also play in the tournament. Ken Jennings, the only competitor to ever win more "Jeopardy!" games than Holzhauer, is not in this one.
Below is the schedule and mini bios of each day's players.
Monday, Nov. 4
- Gilbert Collins, a university administrator from Princeton, New Jersey
- Anneke Garcia, an instructional design consultant from Salt Lake City, Utah
- Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Aurora, Colorado

Tuesday, Nov. 5
- Dhruv Gaur, a student at Brown University from Gainesville, Georgia
- Rachel Lindgren, an astronomy interpreter from Bend, Oregon
- Rob Worman, an engagement manager from Edina, Minnesota
Wednesday, Nov. 6
- Alan Dunn, a software development manager from Johns Creek, Georgia
- James Holzhauer, a professional sports gambler from Las Vegas, Nevada
- Lindsey Shultz, a physician and healthcare analyst from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Thursday, Nov. 7
- Eric R. Backes, an attorney and government relations professional from Oviedo, Florida
- Emma Boettcher, a user experience librarian from Chicago, Illinois
- Josh Hill, a network engineer from North Little Rock, Arkansas
Friday, Nov. 8
- Francois Barcomb, an 11th grade physics teacher from New Paltz, New York
- Ryan Fenster, a graduate student from Seatac, Washington
- Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta, Georgia
In Week 2 of the tournament, the semifinals air Monday, Nov. 11 – Wednesday, Nov. 13 and the two-day finals air Thursday, Nov. 14 and Friday, Nov. 15. The winner will claim the $250,000 grand prize, while the second-place finisher earns $100,000, and third place takes home $50,000.

After this commercial word, steaming o'plenty. That's......when Game Show Live returns. 

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

A thanksgiving dinner for 5 of your closest friends at Golden Corral. A reminder that from 5-9 pm this Veterans Day, they'll give you a free dinner but only if you are active or retired in the armed forces. Sorry, no Fortnite players or Call of Duty players allowed. Now back to our seasoned veteran, Pierre Kelly!

Me: Thank you Madi and welcome back. 

They say all good things must come to an end. But for REW Retro, tellymime isn't just the end. It's the start to a spinoff called Stuck On the Telly coming later this month. So don't cry and whine like a baby. But for now enjoy the series finale of tellymime only Game Show Live! can bring it to you.

Like white sand through a board game hourglass, so begins.....The Streams of Your Life! bwaa ha ha!!!!!!

Yes, The Streams of your Life. The newest ongoing millenial soap rock opera about a stream company out in the cold.......

Quibi has greenlighted Nice One! a new comedy game show hosted by stand-up comedian, actor and writer Ron Funches.
The competition features comedians attempting to cleverly out-compliment one another in a showdown of sweetness and consideration.
"I'm excited to bring the type of positive, optimistic and sharp humor I enjoy to Quibi," said Funches. "In today's world I think it's important that we choose to look at the positives in life. That's what I'm about and that's what Nice One! is about."
The series is executive produced by Tom Brunelle and Brad Wollack of Free 90 Media, Evi Regev, Melanie Truhett and Funches. Nice One! is in production.
Funches has lent his voice to a variety of animated series and films including Bob's Burgers, Adventure Time and Trolls. His acting credits include The Goldbergs, Black-ish, New Girl, Transparent, Powerless, Undateable and the feature Get Hard, in which he appeared alongside Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. He has written for TV for numerous series including The Eric Andre Show and Kroll Show and also has appeared on Conan, The Tonight Show, Match Game, To Tell The Truth, Chopped, Cupcake Wars and other shows..

HBO Max continues to blossom ordering Full Bloom, an eight-episode, hour long competition series featuring 10 of America's budding florists vying to be crowned America's best.
With incredible artistic creations and floristry face-offs, Full Bloom will allow audiences to escape into a surreal world as contestants will design and execute some of the most wondrous, Wonka-esq floral creations ever seen. Each episode features themed challenges centered around a unique stem of the floristry world including fashion, art, events and weddings. Contestant's designs and creations will be mentored and judged by legendary floristry artists Maurice Harris, Elizabeth Cronin with celebrity florist Simon Lycett serving as host.
"Full Bloom will transport viewers into the intricate and fantastically colorful word of competitive floristry," said Jennifer O'Connell, executive vice president, original content, HBO Max. "HBO Max is the trellis for this series to bloom and shine the light on this incredibly beautiful art form."
"We are thrilled to be working with HBO Max and some of the best floristry artists in the world in this celebration of creativity, color and competition" said Chris Culvenor, CO-CEO of Eureka productions. "It's a series that lets imagination blossom."
HBO Max along with the cast and crew of Full Bloom are committed to using all the fantastic creations from this series to brighten someone's day. At the end of each episode, unsuspecting people will be surprised with a floral extravaganza that we hope inspires everyone to always find time to stop and smell the roses.
Full Bloom is created and produced by Eureka Productions with Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin and Wes Dening serving as executive producers.

Tune In again when you hear Jay Stevens say......

Once upon a time way before Megarace and 3d pinball, you know, the spacey one, there was.....

And's about to be a game show.

Microsoft's classic computer game Minesweeper is being reimagined as a TV competition series.
The project is in the works via a deal with OBB Pictures, which is now developing a take that like the original will feature strategy but add in teamwork and athleticism on a grand scale.
OBB is fast-tracking the project and has begun talks for a host.
Created in 1990, the objective of the single-player game is to clear a rectangular board containing hidden mines without detonating them. The series will raise the stakes as contestants compete against each other and the clock to clear interactive mine boards.
OBB president and CEO Michael D. Ratner will executive produce with OBB's Scott Ratner and Kfir Goldberg. Executive producers for Microsoft include Paul Jensen, Derek Dutilly and Will Frost..

And when you're tired of that, try Legos. because......

Will Arnett has been tapped to host Lego Masters, Fox's new Lego-building competition series.
Based on the hit British reality-competition series of the same name, Lego Masters, from Endemol Shine North America, Tuesday's Child and Brad Pitt's Plan B, will feature pairs of Lego enthusiasts facing off in brick-building challenges. Throughout the competition, Arnett, alongside expert judges, will encourage the builders, introduce challenges and put the creations to the test until one duo is crowned Lego Masters.
No stranger to Lego, Arnett, who voices Lego Batman in The Lego Movie franchise, will also serve as an executive producer on the series. It's set to premiere Wednesday, February 5 at 9 PM on Fox.

One day, a Midwestern kid set his sights on Hollywood and headed West. He gave himself six months to make it or return to Nebraska. The day before his self-imposed deadline, he landed a job writing for television.
It sounds too corny for an inspirational movie, yet this is Harry Friedman's life.
Now, after decades of running "Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune," Friedman is receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Nov. 1, just months ahead of his planned May 2020 retirement. He'll be 73, and although it's been "a hell of a lot of fun," it was time, he says, to step down from his executive producer role on the syndicated hits.
"When we went on the air in '83, there were three networks, and that was it. No Fox, no streaming, no cell phones, no nothing," says "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak. "It is as different as night and day now, but we continue to succeed, and we have continued to prevail. If we had kept on the same trajectory, I have no doubt we would be talking about 'Wheel' in the past tense. But Harry has a way of keeping the thing fresh.".

Simon Cowell is preparing a new version of The X Factor featuring bands to rival a BBC format starring British pop stars Little Mix.
The music impresario is set to launch The X Factor: The Band, a spin-off of the long-running ITV series that will aim to search for all-male and all-female groups. The series will be produced by Fremantle's Talkback and will air later this year, replacing a proposed "all-star" spin-off of The X Factor that was set to feature previous winners.
The series, which launches in December, comes ahead of the BBC's Little Mix: The Search, which is set to air early next year. The seven-part series will star Little Mix, which includes Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, to create bands and becoming mentors to a new wave of talent. Little Mix: The Search is produced by ModestTV, the nascent production company set up by Little Mix's management company.
Cowell previously worked with Little Mix, who won The X Factor. Cowell told British tabloid The Sun that he had been approached to co-produce Little Mix: The Search but had "fallen out" with the group and their management.
"I told them the problem was we have a conflict of interest because we are launching The X Factor: The Band in 2020. We were told their show was going to launch in 2021," he said. "Regardless, it was too much fun not to do this year. I would rather it was us doing it first. It 100% makes it more exciting there being a battle."

And now.....something we can all relate to.

Buzz-GSN where we ask you guys on the GSN facebook page everything and anything.

Debi Dulaney Myers will start with....

"Time to change the line up. Fried on family feud. How about running TheChase, Catch 21 and more Wheel of Fortune."

I think you got those 3 right. They're already on the schedule. How about Rachel Schroder? 

"how old is the show common knowledge? many questions have incorrect answers, BUT the one that asks what to do with old prescriptions, IS SO WRONG!! coffee grounds and put in the garbage?? wrong!!! drugs should be taken to a drop off site. not polluting the ground water."

Commom Knowledge is old enough to skip from kindergarten to college in one year. Speaking of the word College, Steve College will be next.

"Here we go again. With all the game shows that have appeared over the years, why is it that every time I tune into Game Show Network, Family Feud is on? Go into the archives and put some older shows on."

That's what GSN should do once it hits 25 years old. On now to Jo Feldman.

"new catch 21 is awful. set is too vegas, whitney (?) is too nothing, miss the multiple choice format. Overall, a big 0"

I actually say it's a 10 for me. We go next to Debra Bulfinch.

"I love Catch 21 I watch all of the reruns. I am really trying to like the new show but, it is like you are holding them back from being them self's. The old show is lively and up beat a lot of action. The new show is dull like they are just going through the motion. The dance seen in the beginning is the best part of the show. They are having a good time. Sorry but the new show is like a stiff shirts. Let them and the audience turn loose."

Um......let's go to Clark Tucker.

"I. The New Catch 21, how come Alfonso never says goodbye to the losing contestant at the end of round 2? Seems kind of odd."

To game the game ever more quicker and more faster. We go next to Linda Sue Thompson.

"I have to know.... any one Who watches emogenius on the weekends I have you ever gotten annoyed by that zipping sound in the background they’ve got some sort of a laugh track or something occasionally yipping like a high-pitched dog. I don’t know if they’re pushing pushing a button to cause that or if it’s just set to do it every so many seconds, but Its as annoying as
heck and funny at the same time"

And even though you don't have to wait on weekends to watch it anytime on Netflix. Let's close it out with Marsha mcKenzie.

"What happened to the multiple choice and hell I can dance and I’m cute. Reminds me of Halloween 5 or a remake that couldn’t be REMADE!!! But I still love you “Carlton”."

Um...i know why. Because the old version had people interrupting on questions when they think they know the question. That's what carried over to the new version. 

Now for a gamestop Game break. Since our featured act is from his or her hometown, we took 2 screenshots of the TV game show "The Class-h Room" which is local in Philadelphia. Here's the category you're facing.

And the question is.....

Hopfefully it won't be deadly after a Google play music interlude because oru Blackout Black-haired beauty Christa nannos comes back for Nan-November. You may see her to burpees on twitter like this......

But despite chronic illness, she won't stop this game of Hollywood and this cover you're about to see will make you feel better.

And I say the answer is.....

Truth or Dare, starring Lucy Hale. And not madonna.

And now our Love Connection dating wranglers RKVC would like to gibve you something for the holiday season....and the rest of winter too.

Yep. new merch? Just the perfect way to say........."Happy Holidays, troublemaker." Wanna get it now? You might as well wait for it to come out soon. once it's live, we'll bring it to you.

There are questions that are scientifically asked like........"Why Is The Sky Blue?", "Why is Air Invisible?" or......When will they ever bring back the Tv show "Firefly?" I miss that show. But teh 1986 remake of the ABC hit game show Split Second has these hard-hitting questions......

And to give you the answer to those questions......

• The Pacific Ocean • No • Yes • No • Millions of miles, if you look straight up • It hadn't been built yet • Parquet • No • Beer (or so they claim) • No • Burma-Shave • Walt Disney • Yes • They're in the pancreas • Yes

Now, don't you feel smart?

That's it for this week. Today's consolation prize is a Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwich. It's nothing to fight over about. Except for Popeye's employees. 

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.