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steve: he's doing pretty good. he's doing pretty good today. >> she's interested. steve: yeah. well, tell her i love her... >> ok. steve: and thank god that's who it is. [laughter] all right, julia, you got to be careful here. you got two strikes. the chambers family can steal. >> how about her arms? steve: suck in her arms! >> yes! steve: what do you do for a living, laura? >> i am actor/singer and i teach at the new york kids club in manhattan. steve: what type of singing do you do? >> musical theater. that's my favorite. steve: oh, like in plays where they do music? >> mm-hmm. steve: i hate that. i mean-- i don't mean--i'm sorry. i saw "west side story," never seen it. i thought it was about some gangs. i said, "i pick the play." because my wife wanted to go, i picked "west side story." i figured it'some gang fighting, i can get through this. [steve scats] [laughter] >> that's pretty good, now, steve!
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steve: i was sitting out there going, "this ain't no damn fight!" [laughter] "the hell is y'all singing about?" [steve scats] i was so disappointed. >> i don't know why you hate it; you're great! [laughter] steve: they wasn't. laura, men suck in their gut; name a part of a body a woman wishes she could suck in. >> her chest. steve: suck in her chest. why? suck in the chest. [cheering] only one answer left, rebecca, but you still got the two strikes, so you got to be careful. >> i think it's their calves from wearing such high heels. steve: suck in your calves? >> yes! yeah, yeah, they get big with those heels! that's a workout! steve: calf! audience: ohh!
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steve: safiya, this is your chance to steal. men suck in their gut; name a part of the body a woman wishes she could suck in. >> a woman may wish she could suck in that back fat, steve. steve: oh...back fat. it's back fat. you know the thing--you know, when you got a halter on and... >> that extra roll. steve: you got that halter on and it look like a can of biscuits that done popped open. you know when you put that spoon in that pfft? that right there. >> that's what we want gone. steve: buttermilk. put that spoon in that seam--pfft-- that's it. that's it right there. back fat! [cheering and applause] number 4? audience: birthin' hips! steve: hey, let's go: question two! give me jamilah. give me rebecca. let's go. ["family feud" theme playing]
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ladies, here we go. we've got the top 7 answers on the board. we asked 100 women: even though he'd give you gifts, name a reason you wouldn't want to date santa. rebecca? >> he's fat. steve: he's fat. >> we're gonna play, steve. steve: they're gonna play. let's go. >> whoo-hoo-hoo! steve: hey, tom, we talked to 100 women: even though he'd give you gifts, name a reason you wouldn't want to date santa. >> probably because he doesn't have a real job. steve: he doesn't have a real... >> good, dad! >> good answer! steve: santa got everything he need on back of that sleigh, hell. doesn't have a real job. audience: ohh! steve: sharon? >> because he lives athe north pole. steve: because he lives at the north pole. >> too cold. steve: hey, julia, give me a reason. we talked to 100 women: even though he'd give you gifts,
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name a reason you wouldn't want to date santa. >> because he's old. steve: because he's old. laura, talked to 100 women: even though he'd give you gifts, give me a reason you wouldn't want to date santa. >> oh, um, ok, his hair. bad hair. >> even better! even better! >> his beard. here...right? steve: you work with kids, don't you? you work with kids, because you just firing them off. >> i do. steve: bad hair. rebecca, we got two strikes. you got to be careful. chambers family, get ready. >> mrs. claus. right? he's married! steve: he got a wife. mrs. claus, yeah. [cheering] >> come on, tom. steve: tom, we asked 100 women: even though he'd give you gifts, name a reason you wouldn't want to date santa. >> because of those reindeer.
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>> yes. steve: up there or not, i like the answer. because of the reindeer. audience: ohh! steve: all right, ladies, here we are again. chance number two. we talked to 100 women: even though he'd give you gifts, name a reason you wouldn't want to date santa. >> because santa wouldn't be home for the holidays, steve. >> good answer! steve: because santa wouldn't be home for the holidays. [cheering and applause] number 6? audience: comes once a year! [laughter] steve: number 5? audience: too much beard! steve: well, rondinella family, 95. chambers girls got 63. but remember, the goal is 300 points, so don't go away. we'll be right back.
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what will you gain when you lose?
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steve: hey, welcome back to the "feud" everybody. the rondinella family, 95. chambers family, 63. give me rashida! give me tom! let's go! ["family feud" theme playing] all right, guys, here we go. we've doubled the points. we've got the top 7 answers on the board. if your significant other is unavailable, name something you'd be happy to snuggle with. rashida? >> a pillow. steve: my pillow. tom? >> my pet. steve: my pet. >> we're gonna play. steve: pass or play. there we go. >> yes! steve: there you go, tom. you didn't let me down, baby. there you go. sharon, let's go. if your significant other is unavailable, name something you'd be happy to snuggle with. >> how about my favorite stuffed animal?
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steve: your favorite stuffed animal. hey, julia, if your significant other is unavailable, tell me something you'd be happy to snuggle with. >> how about your "other" significant other? audience: ooh! >> maybe. >> ha ha ha! >> you never know, steve. you never know. steve: that's a better answer than you can imagine. your "other" significant other. >> whoo-hoo-hoo! steve: laura? >> your child. steve: your child. >> good answer. yeah. good job! steve: rebecca, no strikes. >> how about your comforter or your sheets? like, blankets? >> good answer! good! steve: your comforter or your sheets. tom, if your significant other is unavailable, name something you'd be happy to snuggle with. >> nothing.
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>> good answer! steve: nothing! one answer left, sharon, only one strike. i know, it's tough. audience: ohh! steve: julia, one answer left, got to be careful. chambers family, you can steal. >> how about a bottle of wine or some alcohol? [steve chuckles] steve: give me a bottle of alcohol and don't worry about it no more. >> ohh! >> by yourself on the couch! steve: chambers ladies, if your significant other is unavailable, name something you'd be happy to snuggle with. >> you might be ok snuggling by yourself on the couch, steve. >> good answer! steve: by yourself on the couch.
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[cheering and applause] steve: number 7? audience: my 12-inch toy! ohh! steve: we'll be right back. don't go away. boy, i tell ya... announcer: closed captioning is sponsored in part by... (door bell rings) trick or treat! mmm! thank you! mmm! mmm! accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis,
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lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. since enbrel helped relieve my joint pain, it's the little things that mean the most. ask your rheumatologist if enbrel is right for you. [ doctor ] enbrel, the number one biologic medicine prescribed by rheumatologists.
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steve: welcome back to "family feud," everybody. the rondinella family, 287. chambers family, 63. give me malika. give me sharon. ["family feud" theme playing] ladies, point values have tripled. this is a big one. top 4 answers are on the board.
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name a creature that hides in a shell. sharon? >> a crab. steve: a crab. >> an oyster. steve: an oyster. >> play, play. steve: they're gonna play. >> we'd like to play. whoo! steve: all right, let's go. julia, name a creature that hides in a shell. >> a turtle. steve: a turtle. >> whoo-hoo! steve: laura, give me a creature that hides in a shell. >> a snail. steve: a snail. >> yeah! hoo-hoo! steve: one answer left, rebecca. if it's there, you guys win the game. >> a fish? >> ok. good answer, good answer. steve: ok. ready? [laughter]
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looking for the fish that's hiding in the shell! "you won't catch me!" it's only one strike. tom, if it's there, you guys win the game. name a creature that hides in a shell. >> a clam. steve: for the win, a clam. [cheering and applause] y'all got 20 grand. get your head up. beautiful. thank y'all for coming. hey, rondinella family, i need two people. let's go play. we going for $20,000. it's "fast money," folks. yeah, this is how we do it. oh, this is gonna be good. two good players, too, i like that. smart.
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steve: you ready? >> yes. steve: 20 seconds on the clock, please. here we go. name something that's considered bad manners at the dinner table.
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>> burping. steve: name the age when a man is too old to date a 21 year old. >> 35. steve: name me an irish last name that starts with the letter "o." >> o'reilly. steve: name a foodids fix for themselves. >> peanut butter and jelly. steve: name a type of snake. >> rattlesnake. steve: wow. i like it. i like it, julia. i said name something that's considered bad manners at the dinner table. you said burping. survey said--uh-huh. i said name the age when a man is too old to date a 21 year old. you said 35. survey said... >> ok, all right. steve: tell me an irish last name that starts with the letter "o." you said o'reilly. survey said--uh-huh. i said name a food that kids fix for themselves. you said peanut butter and jelly. survey said--
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yeah. i said name a type of snake. you said the rattler. survey said... >> yeah! steve: pretty good. >> yeah! ["family feud" theme playing] steve: laura, hi. >> hi. steve: you're julie's sister? >> yes, the oldest. steve: little sis did pretty good. >> ok. steve: yeah. she got 116 points. >> whoo! steve: now, what i need for you to do now, i need for you to come up with 84 points. gonna be a little bit tougher this time, so we're gonna give you 25 seconds. you ready? >> i'm ready. steve: all right, let's remind everyone of julia's answers. 25 seconds on the clock, please. here we go. name something that's considered bad manners at the dinner table. >> burping. [buzz buzz] steve: try again. >> passing gas. steve: name the age when a man is too old to date a 21 year old.
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>> 50. steve: tell me an irish last name that starts with the letter "o." >> o'sullivan. steve: name a food kids fix for themselves. >> cereal. steve: name a type of snake. >> rattlesnake. [buzz buzz] steve: try again. >> garden snake. >> yeah! good, good! laura, those were really good! steve: name something that's considered bad manners at the dinner table. you said pass--sitting up there just passing gas. survey said... >> what?! steve: elbows on the table, number one. >> ok, ok. steve: name the age when a man is too old to date a 21 year old. you said 50. survey said... >> good! steve: 40 was the number one answer. tell me an irish last name that starts with the letter "o." you said o'sullivan. survey said...
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o'malley was the number one answer. i said name a food that kids fix for themselves. you said cereal. survey said... >> whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! steve: cereal was the number one answer. name a type of snake. you said a garden snake. we need 24 people to go with you. survey says... [buzzer] >> ohh! steve: rattlesnake was the number one answer. rattlesnake was the number one answer. that's $5.00 a point. that's a total of 880 bucks, but they're coming back to face another family on the "feud." i'm steve harvey, folks. we'll see you next time. pepper jack cheese, mushrooms, jalapeños, bacon, tomato and avocado. i call it, "the avocado da vinci". create your om'lart with denny's build your own omelette menu.
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[cheering and applause] steve: how you folks doing? thanank you very much. how you folks doing? hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey, and, boy, we got a good one for you today. we got a family here returning for their fifth and final day with a total-- 22,545 bucks. from leicester, mass., it's the brown family. >> hanmi taekwondo! steve: and from right here, atlanta, georgia, it's the smith family. today, if the brown family wins the game, they drive out of here in a brand-new stylish ford fusion. give me carolyn, give me kevin. let's go. all right, guys, here we go. we've got the top 6 answers on the board. if a man wants to save money, he should dump his girlfriend
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before what date? carolyn. >> wedding day. steve: before the wedding day, yeah. yeah. >> valentine's day. steve: valentine's day. >> yeah! we're gonna play. steve: kevin. >> yeah! steve: you got one. >> one. steve: oh, my god! kevin! this is really-- listen, this is kevin's fifth day. every time i come here and i ask him something... [imitates buzzer] he has not gotten a single answer that's been on that board in 5 games. ladies and gentlemen, give kevin a round of applause. [cheering and applause] this is a big moment. all right, hi, little jordan. >> hey. steve: ok, if a man wants to save money, he should dump his girlfriend before what day?
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>> christmas. steve: you better know it. christmas. justin, my man. >> yes, sir. steve: good to see you again. if a man wants to save money, he should dump his girlfriend before what day? >> before her birthday. steve: before her birthday. hey, jen. >> hi. steve: hello, darling. how are you? >> i'm great. steve: ok. if a man wants to save money, he should dump his girlfriend before what day? >> their anniversary. steve: their anniversary. queen? >> new year's eve? steve: before new year's eve. you got 2 strikes, kevin. gotta be careful. the smith family can steal. >> uh, date night. steve: what did you say? >> date night, sir. steve: date night?
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>> yes. steve: that has a possibility. date night. yeah. >> i'm on fire! steve: you are on fire. i started halfway. i said, wait a minute. when he gave that answer, that sounded like a pretty good answer to me. all right, way to save it, kevin. that's 2 in a row, baby. keep it up. jordan? >> mother's day? steve: mother's day. that was a good answer. all right, smith family, here we go. here's your chance. if a man wants to save money, he should dump his girlfriend before what day? >> we're gonna go with payday. steve: payday. wow. wow. wow. i would have never thought of that. to get rid of her before payday.
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wow. that's pretty good. let's move on to question 2. give me melissa, give me jordan. let's go. ladies, here we go. top 6 answers on the board. name something someone might hand you at a wild party. melissa. >> beer. steve: beer. pass or play? >> we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. ok, good. hey, cornelius, name something someone might hand you at a wild party. >> hors d'oeuvres. steve: hors d'oeuvres. >> that's right. steve: what's the name of that school you went to? [laughter] what's the name of that school? >> oswego state university. steve: had them wild parties down there passing out them
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damn hors d'oeuvres. [laughter] whoo! i was up on them hors d'oeuvres. i couldn't take another hors d'oeuvre, girl. you give me one more hors d'oeuvre, i'm gonna turn this damn party out, understand? whoo! boy, they had up in there, man, we had beers, we had hors d'oeuvres. whoo! we was in there--whoo!-- clowning. cornelius at his parties, they was-- at wild parties passing out the hors d'oeuvres. oh, yeah. hey, lashunda. >> how you doing? steve: how old are you, darling? >> how old am i? i am 32. steve: are you serious? >> i am. steve: i thought you were gonna say, like, 21 or something. >> really? thank you, steve. steve: god, i had a son i was gonna introduce you to. >> he's still your son. you can still introduce me. [laughter]
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steve: my wife will kill you. [laughter] all right, here we go. name something someone might hand you at a wild party. >> condoms. steve: yeah. now we at the party now. yeah. we at the party now. condoms. >> good answer. i like that. steve: "papa stoppa"? oh, that's a good one. hey, thaddeus, how you feeling? >> oh, i'm doing great. steve: why do they say you're funny? you're the funny one? >> make jokes about everybody in the family. we have some characters. steve: do you? >> yes. steve: who? like, y'all got a uncle that-- >> oh, yeah. steve: that's the one. everybody got that--all you got to do is ask about that uncle. everybody got a uncle that ain't wrapped but 3 times. [laughter] yeah. what's his name? >> juice.
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steve: ooh, they all knew it. uncle juice. you already know something wrong. what grown man named juice? he watching "family feud" right now. "ha ha ha ha. boy, they on tv. my family on tv. ha ha ha." [laughter] [applause] all right, name something someone might hand you at a wild party. >> some underwear. panties. >> whoo! steve: yeah, man. [mumbles] it might not be up there, but this a nice party, though. hand you some panties. [cheering and applause]
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hey, carolyn, only one strike, darling. name something someone might hand you at a wild party. >> i don't do this, never have, but a joint. steve: yeah, ok. right. mm-hmm. yeah. yeah, sure. yeah. oh, yeah, little carolyn, the quiet talker with the smoker's throat... [laughter] ...says she's never done this at a party, but she can't talk loud. a joint. only one strike, melissa. >> i would have to go with a tattoo. steve: a tattoo. [chuckles] ok. cornelius, we got 2 strikes. we got just the man for this here. oh, yeah. cornelius, name something someone might hand you
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at a wild party. >> pornography. magazine or photos. steve: picking it up a little bit. picking up a little bit. hand you some pornography. that was a good answer. all right, brown family, here's your chance. kevin, name something someone might hand you at a wild party. >> keys. their keys, yeah? steve: their keys. >> yeah. steve: oh. see, i'm--you say "keys" to me, i'm going, "somebody did a whole kilo?" [laughter] "what kind of--oh, hell." some keys. [cheering and applause] number 4. >> vibrator/toy. steve: we got 2 good families playing today, folks. we'll be right back.
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[ woman ] gorgeous grains at your service. eat right, not less. [ woman ] hi! this looks interesting! what's going on here? would you like to try some hot cereal? [ women ] sure! [ female announcer ] introducing special k nourish hot cereal. special k? wow! wow! [ female announcer ] made with superfoods... [ woman ] there's, uh, quinoa, barley. i can definitely taste the quinoa. good! i can't believe that's less than 200 calories. [ female announcer ] ...to help you truly shine. this is a way to be good to me. [ female announcer ] nurturing yourself. what will you gain when you lose?
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steve: hey, welcome back to "family feud." boy, we got a good one today. brown family, 91.
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smith family, 87. give me cornelius, give me justin. let's go. hey, fellas, here we go. point values are double. top 6 answers on the board. when your dog is sleeping, name someone he might dream about biting. justin. >> mailman. steve: the mailman. >> yeah! play. steve: they're gonna play. hey, jen, when your dog is sleeping, name somebody he might dream about biting. >> the neighbor. steve: the neighbor. hey, karen, when your dog is sleeping, name someone he might dream about biting. >> ups delivery guy. steve: ups delivery gu kevin, when your is sleeping, name someone he might dream about biting. >> other dogs.
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steve: other dogs. wow. wow, man. you're hot. you hot, baby. you're on fire. my man, kevin. what a comeback. this is a great time to come alive. this is game 5. this is for the car. see, what you are, you a clutch player, kevin. >> yeah! steve: you're the clutch guy. you just wait until it's clutch time, and then you show up. that's the way you do it. hey, jordan, when your dog is sleeping, name someone he might dream about biting. >> the cat. steve: why must i feel like that? why must i chase the cat? nothing but the dog in me. hey, justin, only one strike, man. when your dog is sleeping, name someone he might dream about biting. >> how about its owners? steve: yeah. bite the owner.
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only one answer left, jen. if it's there, you clear the board. >> the bunny rabbit. yeah! bunny! steve: the bunny rabbit. [chuckles] ok, karen, there's one answer left. if it's there, you clear the board. if it's not there, you got 2 strikes. you gotta be careful. smith family can steal. >> one of the kids. steve: one of the kids. smith family, here we go. here's your chance. when your dog is sleeping, name someone he might dream about biting. >> we're gonna go with the groomer. steve: i never thought of that. that's a good one. the groomer.
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>> whoo! steve: number 6. audience: burglar/intruder. steve: if the brown family wins today's game, they driving out of here in a brand-new car. stick around. we'll be right back, see if they can do it. announcer: closed captioning back, see if they can do it. announcer: closed captioning is s(door bell rings)by... trick or treat! mmm! thank you! mmm! mmm! accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers,
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nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. since enbrel helped relieve my joint pain, it's the little things that mean the most. ask your rheumatologist if enbrel is right for you. [ doctor ] enbrel, the number one biologic medicine prescribed by rheumatologists.
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steve: hey, welcome back to "family feud," everybody. the brown family, 253. the smith family, 87. give me lashunda, give me jen. let's go. point values are triple, ladies. we've got the top 4 answers on the board.
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name a body part a woman sticks out when she wants attention. lashunda. >> her chest. steve: her chest. ooh. [whispers] her chest. ok. i see. your chest. pass or play? >> we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. thaddeus, let's get to it, my man. name a body part a woman sticks out when she wants attention. >> her butt. steve: got it. booty right on out there, baby. bam. carolyn. >> her legs? steve: her leg. did you lift your dress up? i see you, girl. she go like this. her leg. her legs. >> yes! steve: melissa. >> yes. steve: here's the deal. there's one answer left. if it's there,
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you win. name a body part a woman sticks out when she wants attention. >> her lips. >> whoo! steve: her lips for the win. [cheering and applause] hey, put your hand up. you got $20,000. most families never get out of here with 20,000. you've done a great job with your family, ma'am. god bless you. hey, smith family, come on. i need 2 people to play fast money. i need 2 people sometime today. all right, got cornelius, the party machine, baby, going for $20,000.
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steve: you ready? >> yes. steve: 20 seconds on the clock, please. here we go. tell me the name people use to describe a man who dates a lot of women. >> player. steve: at what age did you start caring about your personal hygiene? >> 14. steve: name a color of m&m's most people would say was their favorite. >> yellow. steve: name a celebration you attend with friends. >> birthday party. steve: name something in your house that creaks. >> bugs. [bell dings] [cheering and applause] steve: come on, darling. i think you did good otherwise. let's go. tell me the name people use to describe a man who dates a lot of women.
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you said...player. survey said... there you go. at what age did you start caring about your personal hygiene? you said...14. survey said... that's ok. name a color of m&m's most people would say was their favorite. you said...yellow. that's mine. survey said... name a celebration you attend with friends. you said...birthday party. survey said... wow. there you go. i said, name something in your house that creaks. you said...the bugs. survey said... all right, well, you did ok. 89 will get you there. that's enough. that's close enough. let's clear the board. cornelius, how you feeling, man? >> great. steve: listen to me. you're in range where you could get it done.
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carolyn got 89. you need 111. that's good enough, ok? you're a good player, so we can make this happen. ready? >> yep, ready. steve: all right, let's remind everyone of carolyn's answers. 25 seconds on the clock, please. here we go. tell me the name people use to describe a man who dates a lot of women. >> whore. steve: at what age did you start caring about your personal hygiene? >> 13. steve: name a color of m&m's most people would say was their favorite. >> red. steve: name a celebration you attend with friends. >> graduation. steve: name something in your house that creaks. >> door. [bell dings] steve: damn. come on, party baby. make this thing. oh! uhh. right there. all right, man, let's take a run at it. said, tell me the name people use to describe a man who dates a lot of women. you said...just a flat-out whore.
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survey said... audience: aww. steve: player was the number one answer. we still in it. at what age did you start caring about your personal hygiene? you said...13. survey said... there you go. 12 was the number one answer. we're 94 points away. name a color of m&m that most people would say watheir favorite. you said...red. survey said... come on, man. red was the number one answer. i said, name a celebration you attend with friends. you said...graduation. survey said... ooh. birthday party was the number one answer. we need 50 big ones. name something in your house that creaks. you said...the door. survey said... oh, boy. oh, boy, that was close. floor. floor was
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the number one answer. almost. $5 a point. total of 875 bucks. but they're coming back, face another family on the "feud." i'm steve harvey. we'll see you next time, folks. wow.
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this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are -- a financial analyst from cedar rapids, iowa...
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...a graduate student of biology from chuluota, florida... ...and our returning champion, a recent college graduate from austin, texas... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. welcome, ladies and gentlemen. jared hall is our most successful player on "jeopardy!" in quite some time. a lot of you who have been watching this week are wondering, "is he gonna make it over the $200,000 mark today?" kellie and matt are going to have a great deal to say about that. so i'll wish all three of you good luck, and we now go into the "jeopardy!" round. and we feature today these categories...
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jared, start. heading "north" for $200. alex: jared. what is the north pole? good. "north" for $400. matt. what is north korea? right. could i have rephrasing cliches for $200? jared. what is "paint the town red"? yes. "north" for $600. kellie. what is north carolina? that's it. "north" for $800.
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jared. what is the north sea? yes. "north" for $1,000. jared. what is the north slope? yes, for $1,000 more. rephrasing cliches for $400. kellie. what is "keep your fingers crossed"? yes. cliches for $600. kellie. what is "stubborn as a mule"? right again. cliches from $800. matt. what is "light at the end of the tunnel"? yes. could i have bestsellers for $200, please? jared. what is the "zombie survival guide"? right. let's try cliches for $1,000.
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kellie. what is "dead as a..." no. jared. what is a "dead ringer"? "dead ringer." that's it. bestsellers for $400. matt. what is a sniper? yes. could i have special months for $400, please? jared. what is occupational therapy? yes. special months for $600. matt. what is fema? fema. yes. could i have newsmen for $200, please?

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