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Opening SpielsEdit

1975 Pilot: "It's time for the Family Feud! Introducing the Speir Family: Bob, Dee, Lisa, Paula and Greg, ready for action! Introducing the Madvig Family: Alan, Carolyn, Ida, Carol and Alan, on your marks! Let's start the FAMILY FEUD!!!!"

1976–1985; 1994–1995:
"It's time for the Family Feud! Introducing the (insert family #1 (and their names)), ready for action! And the (insert family #2 [and their names]), on your marks! Let's start the FAMILY FEUD!!!!"

1987 Pilot:
"This is the Perry Family: Don, Yana, Doug, Heather and Ivan, ready for action! And the Mandic Family: Bonnie, Bob Jr., Bob Sr., Tim and Diana, on your marks! Let's start the FAMILY FEUD!!!!"

1988–1994:
Daytime 1988–1992/Syndicated 1988–1992; 1993–1994: "Let's meet the (insert family #1 (and their names)), ready for action! Playing against the (insert family #2 (and their names)), on your marks! Let's start the (NEW) FAMILY FEUD!!!!"

1992 Pilot (First Half):
"Welcome to the new one-hour Family Feud Challenge! What's the top answer to this question: What's Found in nearly ever refrigerator? The survey says, the number 3 answer is Eggs. The number 2 answer is Butter. What is the number 1 Bullseye answer? You'll get the answer as we play The New Family Feud Challenge! Introducing the Del Campo Family: Jim, James, Ed, Steve and Robert, ready for action! Playing against the Campbell Family: Dre, Ava, E-Bay, Estelle and Sharee, on your marks! Let's try to hit the Bullseye answers for more than… $25,000! On the one-hour edition of the NEW FAMILY FEUD CHALLENGE!!!!"

1992 Pilot (Second Half):
"Welcome to the new Family Feud Challenge! Let's meet the Kakadelas Family: Kit, Kevin, Dana, Kim and Theresa, ready for action! Let's meet the Del Campo Family: Jim, James, Ed, Steve and Robert, on your marks! Let's start the championship match on the new FAMILY FEUD CHALLENGE!!!!"

Host Introduction #1: "With/Here's the star of Family Feud, RICHARD DAWSON/RAY COMBS!!!"

Host Introduction #2: "And now, here's the star of the Family Feud, (MR.) RICHARD DAWSON!!!" - Johnny Gilbert on introducing Richard

Daytime 1992–1993: "Welcome to the Family Feud Challenge! What is the top answer to this question: (insert question)? The survey says, the number 3 answer is (insert answer). The number 2 answer is (insert answer). What is the number 1 Bullseye answer? You'll get the answer as we play Bullseye on… the Family Feud Challenge!+ Introducing (our returning champions,) the (insert family #1), ready for action! Playing against the (insert family #2), on your marks! Let's start the FAMILY FEUD!!!! Here's the star of (the) Family Feud (Challenge), RAY COMBS!!!"

+Ray would announce the Bullseye answer after he came out.

Syndicated 1992–1993: "(Welcome to the New Family Feud!) What is the top answer to this (Family Feud) question: (insert question)? If you said the number 1 answer is (insert answer), you hit the Bullseye (on The New Family Feud)! Introducing (our returning champions,) the (insert family #1), ready for action! Playing against (our challengers,) the (insert family #2), on your marks! Let's start the NEW FAMILY FEUD!!!! Here's the star of Family Feud, RAY COMBS!!!"

Ray: "Thank you (so) very much! Hello/Welcome to (insert family #1)! It's/Welcome the (insert family #2)!" (1989-1994)

1999–2002:
"Today on Family Feud, from (insert location here, followed in the first season by a rhyming couplet about the family name), it's the (insert family #1)!! From (insert location here, followed in the first season by a rhyming couplet about the family name), it's the (insert family #2)!! You're about to see these two teams battle it out, for $10,000/$20,000 in cash/for their favorite charities, ’cause it's time to play… the FAMILY FEUD!!!! Now, here's the star/host of our show, LOUIE ANDERSON!!!"

Louie: "Welcome (to the Family Feud)! It's the (insert family #1) versus the (insert family #2)!"

2002–2003:
"It's time for the Family Feud! Introducing the (insert family #1 and their names), playing against (our returning champions,) the (insert family #2 and their names)! You're about to see these two families battle it out, for $20,000 in cash, ’cause it's time to play… the FAMILY FEUD!!!! Now, here's the star of our show, RICHARD KARN!!!"

“It’s time to play... Family Feud!” - said since 2003

2003–2006:
”It's (our returning champs,) (insert family #1), playing against the (insert family #2)!! Now, here's the star of our show, (insert funny nickname here), MR. RICHARD KARN!!!"

2006–2009:
"Introducing (all the way from (city, state),) the (insert family #1)(, ready for action (first and half of second season only))! Playing against (all the way from (city, state),) the (insert family #2)(, on your marks (first and half of second season only))! Let's start the FAMILY FEUD! And now, here's your host, ((insert funny nickname here), (first season only)) JOHN O'HURLEY!!!"

2006 Gameshow Marathon episode:
"It's time for the Family Feud! Introducing the Najimy Family: Kathy, Dan, Alexandra, Tom and Mona, ready for action! Playing against the Roderick Family: Brande, Debbie, Walter, Jason and Betty, on your marks! Let's start the FAMILY FEUD!!!! And now, here's your host, RICKI LAKE!!!"

Celebrity Family Feud Premiere (2008):
"It's Celebrity Family Feud, the ultimate star-studded Tuesday night event! Featuring the biggest celebrity match-ups: the cast of My Name is Earl, (montage clip) Ice-T vs. Joan Rivers, (montage clip) Bruce Jenner and the Kardashians vs. Deion Sanders, (montage clip) The Girls Next Door vs. Vincent Pastore, (montage clip) Kathie Lee Gifford vs. Dog The Bounty Hunter, (montage clip) Raven Symone vs. Wayne Newton, (montage clip) and more. It all starts now, with your host AL ROKER!!!"

Celebrity Family Feud (2008, other episodes): "Tonight on Celebrity Family Feud, it's (insert montage) (insert celebrity team #1)! (insert montage) (insert celebrity team #2)! It's Celebrity Family Feud! With the star of our show, AL ROKER!"

2009–2010:
"All the way from (city, state) (returning for their (x) day), it's the (insert family #1)! Playing against, the (insert family #2)! And now, here's your host, JOHN O'HURLEY!!!"

2010–2011:
Premiere: "This is Joey Fatone from Universal Orlando Resort in sunny Florida! It's time to play… Family Feud! And now, here's the star of our show, STEVE HARVEY!!!"

"This is Joey Fatone from Universal Orlando Resort in sunny Florida! And now, here's the star of our show, give it up for STEVE HARVEY!!!"

(Same words but it got arranged in a different order. When Joey Fatone became the new announcer, he says his name, location and the name of the game show. For Steve Harvey's first year of hosting, Joey Fatone opens the show by saying the name of the game show, his own name and location.)

Steve: Welcome to Family Feud! I'm (your man) Steve Harvey. We got a good one today. It's the (insert family #1), playing against, the (insert family #2)!

2011–present:
”Give it up for STEVE HARVEY!!!"

Steve: "Welcome to (the) Family Feud! I'm (your man) Steve Harvey, (and like always,) we (still/like/as always) got a(nother) good one for you today.  From (insert city and state), (returning for their (x) day, with a total of $XX,XXX;) it's the (champs; it's the) (insert family #1)! And from (insert city and state), their playing against/it's the (insert family #2)!"

Note: From 2011-13, Joey Fatone says his own name seen above for this introduction.

Alternate Opening:

"STEVE! STEVE! STEVE! STEVE! STEVE! STEVE! STEVE HARVEY!!!"

Celebrity Family Feud Revival (2015–Present):

Burton: "It's time for Celebrity Family Feud! It's/Introducing (insert team #1) playing for (insert charity)! (Ready for action!) And/Playing against (insert team #2) playing for (insert charity)! (On your marks!) And now, the star of our show, STEVE HARVEY!"

Steve: "Welcome to Celebrity Family Feud! I'm (your man) Steve Harvey, and we/we've got a/another good one for you tonight! We got (insert celebrity team #1) playing for (insert charity of choice) and (insert celebrity team #2) playing for (insert charity of choice)."

Special Editions:

"It's time for Family Feud’s (insert name of tournament)!/a special (name of edition) edition of Family Feud!"

The family introductions vary per special edition of the show.

Quotes & CatchphrasesEdit

"Thank you, and welcome to Family Feud. That's where two typical American families fight it out for family honor, and a little spending money for the relatives. If I look happy tonight, I am. I just got the oil drilling rights to Jack Lord's hair!" - Richard Dawson from the 1975 pilot

"Thank you, oh, thank you! Thank you. Thank you! Boy! Sure! Thank you, thank you! Wow! I haven't been this excited, since I got the oil drilling rights to Jack Lord's hair! Thank you! We have got a marvelous show for ya, and I just want you to enjoy it! We have two families gonna come out, battle each other, and try to win a lotta money, and a lotta money can be won! Will you please join me and welcome our very first family, the Moseley family!" - Richard Dawson on the first episode of the ABC daytime version in 1976

"Thank you, alright! Oh ho! Thank you! Welcome to Family Feud. All our new friends, we want to welcome you, this is a marvelous show. On Family Feud, we have two typical American families, they come out, battle it out for glory, honor, the joy of winning, and a whole lotta spending money. Here's our first typical family... THE NOGYS!" - Richard Dawson on the first episode of daily syndicated version from 1977

"Thank you. Welcome to Family Feud. I'm Ray Combs and today we have two typical American families battling out for family honor and the rights to spending money. $10,000 in cash for the relatives!" - Ray Combs from the 1987 pilot

"Thank you. Thank you so much, and welcome to Family Feud. I'm Ray Combs, the new host of the show. Happy Birthday, America. Let me say that, first of all, it’s a pleasure to be with you. Today, we're going to see two wonderful families battle it out for family honor on their way to $5,000, with a chance for $5,000. But I want you to know, that I'm excited about being on CBS, and hosting this show. I have, uh, been studying all of the great CBS shows. I think I'm prepared, so if you're ready, let's have the first item up for bids! (audience laughs) Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute! That's the wrong show!" - Ray Combs on the first episode of the CBS daytime version from 1988 [including a reference joke from The Price is Right]

"Thank you. Thank you. Whoo! Welcome to Family Feud. Thank you for the ovation, and thank you for joining us at home. If you've just tuned in, we welcome you to the premiere episode of our evening version. Now, Family Feud can be enjoyed twice a day, for twice as much fun with the greatest families in America battling it out for their family honor, and in the evening version, they're playing for $10,000." - Ray Combs on the first episode of the daily syndicated version from 1988

"Thank you. Welcome Campbell family, welcome Del Campos. Thank you! Thank-(hitting the end music in the air with his fist) Thank you so very much, thank you for tuning in at home. Welcome to the Family Feud Challenge. What is found in nearly every refrigerator? If you said Milk, you had the Bullseye answer. Now today, we have two families going to do battle for the chance at playing Fast Money, for a jackpot that could be worth more than $5,000! (audience applause) Take a nice round of applause on that! And the winner of this opening round, will go on to face our championship family, the Kakadelas family, awaiting the chance to come back to the stage for a chance at thousands of dollars more! Their's a lot of money at stake, so let's get started by playing our brand new Bullseye game." - Ray Combs from the first half of the 1992 pilot

"(Ray holding the microphone saying "Thank you!") I meant thank you! Thank you so very much, hello to the Kakadelas family, welcome to the Del Campos! And welcome... to the Feud! If you've just tuned in, boy, we've got a great one for ya! Our returning champions, you might know them, are called the Kakadelas Family." - Ray Combs in the second half of the 1992 pilot

"Welcome to The Family Feud Challenge. Our opening question was: (insert question)? If you said the Number One answer is (insert Bullseye Answer), you hit the Bullseye!" - Ray Combs (on an Opening Bullseye Question mentioned by Gene Wood at the Opening in 1992)

"Welcome to The New Family Feud. We're starting our brand-new season of Family Feud, and to help us celebrate, we're gonna introduce an exciting new game. We call it Bullseye. The Bullseye Game means that one of these families could win up to $20,000."- Ray Combs on the first episode of the Bullseye Round from The New Family Feud in 1992

"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. The Dubra family against the Spoerri family. Boy, we gotta be able to change those names sometimes, don't we. (laughter from one of the teams) This is a family show, so both families never agreed not to be able to behave, like their at home. (laughter from the studio audience) Let's get started, let's play the Feud." - Louie Anderson from the first episode from 1999

"Thank you, you guys. Thank you very much, you made me feel right at home." - Richard Karn from the first episode from 2002

"Thank you, thank you, and welcome to Family Feud. As you can see, I got my feudin' clothes on today, complete with pocket square. I hope you dressed similarly at home, 'cause we've got a good one today." - John O'Hurley from the first episode from 2006

"You fell short/failed to get/win the big money last time." - Ray Combs (on a Returning Champion failed to win Fast Money on the last show)

"Who'd you got?" - Richard Dawson

"Who'd you bring with you?" - Ray Combs

"Introduce me to your family."

"Let's play the Bullseye Game!" - Ray Combs at the start of the Bullseye Round from 1992-1994

"Each member of each family is going to get a chance to play the Bullseye game, and each team will play the Bullseye round to determine how much money you could be playing for in Fast Money if you win the game. We'll start by placing $5,000 in their banks to both families." - Ray Combs about the Bullseye Round

"We'll get started right now, with the Bullseye round, and we'll put $15,000 in their banks. I'm gonna ask you 5 Bullseye questions, each increasing value by $1,000, which means you could win up to $30,000." - John O'Hurley at the start of the Bullseye Round from 2009-2010

"Is (insert answer) the (insert amount) Bullseye?" - Ray Combs

"BULLSEYE!!! (Right on Target!)" - Ray Combs when a family member hit it right on the nose during the Bullseye Round

"Show me the Bullseye!" - Ray Combs

"Are you ready to play the Feud?"

"Let's play the Feud!"

"Someone/Somebody's gonna play for $5,000/$10,000. But to do that, we've got to play the Feud!" - Ray Combs.

"Who's gonna play for $5,000/$10,000? We won't know until we play the Feud!" - Ray Combs

"I say it's time to play the Feud!" - Ray Combs

"Good luck to both families."

"Join Me!" - John O'Hurley (at the start of a Face-Off)

"You know the way the game is played..." - John O'Hurley carrying that phrase with him from his previous game show To Tell The Truth in 2000

"Shake hands and come out thinking!" - John O'Hurley

"First team/family to (reach) 200/300/400 points/dollars plays Fast Money for (insert amount)!"

"300 is the magic number!"- Richard Dawson

"This is going to be a little different from normal. There is no Fast Money. First team/family to (reach) 400 points/dollars wins the Tournament worth (insert amount)!" - Host about Tournament Finale

"For this game, though, we're changing things a bit. It's all about points. The first family to reach 500 points takes home the Jackpot, plus a trip to the Family Circle Cup Tennis Tournament in Charleston, South Carolina this April." - Louie Anderson about the Family Circle Tournament finale

"(insert score recap). Let's go." - Richard Dawson (to recap the scoring after every main-game)

"We're Feuding (on CBS)!" - Ray Combs (coming out of the commercial break on occasion)

"(insert score recap). Here we go, with another Face-Off!" - Ray Combs (at the start of the second and subsequent Face-Off)

"Welcome back to (the) Family Feud. (insert score recap)." - Family Feud host (coming out of the commercial break; 1999-present)

"We surveyed 100 people/100 people surveyed, top (insert number) answers are on the board. Try to find the most popular answer. Here's the question." - Richard Dawson

"(Good luck.) We surveyed 100 people; top (insert number) answers are on the board. Give me the most popular answer." - Family Feud Host (mostly said by Richard Karn)

"100 people surveyed, top (insert number) answers are on the board. You got to try to find the most popular answer. Here's the question." - Richard Dawson (on the first Face-Off question from 1976-1985)

"We asked 100 people this question, and we put the top (insert number) answers. You got to try to find the most popular answer to this question." - Ray Combs (on the first Face-Off question from 1988-1992)

"For this question only, we asked 100 Men/Women. (All the other questions are normal.)"

"Name/Tell me something/A..."

"We asked 100 people these five questions." - Ray Combs (start of Fast Money)

"Point/Dollar values are Doubled/Tripled. 100 people surveyed, top (insert number) answers are on the board. Here's the question."

"Did any of our 100 people in the survey said (insert answer)?" - Richard Dawson

"(Yes,) They did!" - Richard Dawson (when the answer made the survey)

"(No,) They didn't/did not!" - Richard Dawson (when the answer did not made the survey)

"Three Seconds!" - (said when a host forces a contestant to give them an answer quickly or they will get a strike)

"Top/Number One Answer!"

"(insert number) answer(s) better/will/can beat it."

"Wide open, (insert name)." - Richard Dawson

"(You got control.) (Do you wanna) Play or Pass?"

"Pass or Play?" - Louie Anderson, John O’Hurley, and Steve Harvey

"Think of a steal." - Ray Combs

"I'll/I'm gonna/Let me finish (reading/asking)/re-read the question." - Host (On a Face-Off buzz-in during the middle of reading a question)

"The Judges are saying 'That's the same (answer) as (insert same answer).'." - Host (Talking to the Judges about the same answer)

"The Judges are saying '(I/We need to) (Be) More specific.'." - Host (Talking to the Judges that they needed to be more specific of an answer.)

"Show me (insert answer)!"

"Up there?" - Louie Anderson

"Is Number (insert number) (insert answer)?" - Ray Combs (whether or not there's one answer left to be revealed)

"Not There!" - Richard Dawson, Ray Combs, and John O'Hurley (when a strike has gotten)

START OF SPIEL: "If it's there....

  • ...you’re still alive/you got it all."
  • ...you are the champs."
  • ...you (challengers) are the new champs, otherwise you (champions) keep your title!"
  • ...you (champions) remain the champs, otherwise the new champs are called the (challengers)!"

START OF SPIEL: If it's not there...

  • ...first/second strike!
  • ...third strike, then the (insert family name) will get a chance to steal (and win the game/remain the champs/play Sudden Death)!

"If it's there, you get the points; if not, they get the points!" - Louie Anderson

"If it's there, you guys have stolen the points and taken first blood; if not, the (insert family name) keeps those points for themselves!" - Richard Karn (said during the first single point round)

"One answer remains up there." - John O'Hurley (whenever there's one answer left to be revealed on the Survey Board from 2008-2010)

"We'll be back, right after this." - Richard Dawson (going to a commercial; 1976-1985 and 1994-1995)

"The Feud has begun, but we're going all the way to 300, and somebody's playing for $5,000/$10,000. So, come on back." - Ray Combs (going into a commercial from 1988-1989)

"We're coming right back with great questions and surprising answers (and a lot more Feuding fun) right after this." - Ray Combs (going into a commercial from 1989-1994)

"We'll meet the (family #2) when we come back." - Louie Anderson (going into a first commercial break from 1999-2002; although he makes funny jokes about the answers after the last round)

"When we come back, I'm/We're gonna Triple the points." - Louie Anderson (going into a second commercial break from 1999-2002; although he makes funny jokes about the answers after the last round)

"When we come back, we're gonna Triple the points and find out who's gonna play Fast Money and a chance for $20,000. We'll settle this Feud right after this. (Don't go away/Stay right there.)" - Richard Karn (going into a second commercial break from 2002-2003)

"Remember, our goal is 300 points, so don't go away, we'll be right back." - Family Feud host (going into a first commercial break since 2003; although Richard Karn does funny jokes about the answers after the last round from 2003-2006)

"It's still anybody's game. So come on back." - Family Feud host (going into a second commercial break since 2003; although Richard Karn does funny jokes about the answers after the last round from 2003-2006)

"(insert family with the leading score), you can still win the game if you take this question all the way out." - Ray Combs (to the family with the highest score can still make a possible win of 300 during the fourth Question [usually Double Round])

"I'm only going to read the question once. When I get to you, you'll get three seconds to answer it. I'm not going to repeat it again." - Richard Dawson (to the Controlling Family during the Triple Round if time runs short)

"I'm only going to read the question as few times as possible." - Ray Combs (on occasion during the Triple Round if time runs short)

"Listen (very) carefully as we move (very) quickly." - Ray Combs (on a Face-Off during the Triple Round if time runs short) Sometimes, "quickly" is replaced with a synonym for that word such as "faster".

"Please do not ask me to repeat the question, because I am only going to read it once." - Ray Combs (on a Face-Off during the Triple Round if time runs short)

"You only get one strike, so they get to steal immediately." - Louie Anderson (said during the Triple Round when the controlling family decides whether they will Pass or Play from 1999-2000)

"One strike only, for this question." - Louie Anderson (said during the Triple Round from 2000-2002)

"Now remember, whoever's in the lead at the end of this question, goes on to play Fast Money, and a chance for $20,000!" - Richard Karn (said at the start of the Triple Round from 2002-2003)

"But be careful, because in this round, you only get one strike. Make those answers count!" - Richard Karn (said during the Triple Round from 2002-2003)

"If it's up there, we continue/keep playing. If not, they get to play for $10,000/$20,000, because, mathematically, you don't have enough points." - Louie Anderson (said during the Triple Round, to a controlling/opposing family whose bank may or may not have enough points to win; early from 1999)

"That answer has to be up there for you to stay alive/steal. Because, if it's not up there, there's not enough points, so the other team wins." - Louie Anderson and Richard Karn (said during the Triple Round, to a controlling/opposing family whose bank may or may not have enough points to win, from 1999-2003)

"I'm only going to read the question once to you two." - Louie Anderson (at the start of the Triple Round from 2001-2002)

"But, I'm only going to read the question once, so everybody, pay attention/listen (closely/carefully). - Richard Karn (usually said at the start of the Triple Round from 2002-2006)

"Nobody (has) reached 300 points, so we're going into/to/gonna play Sudden Death." - Richard Karn, John O'Hurley, and Steve Harvey

"For this survey, we're asking/we'll ask you for the Top/Number One answer only. Whoever gets this wins/will win the game." - Sudden Death rules

"Who'll/Who will play? (insert two winning family members). (insert winning family) are going for the money/(insert money amount), right after (we watch) this." - Richard Dawson (going into a final commercial break before Fast Money is played; 1976-1985 and 1994-1995)

"I need two players for $5,000/$10,000/Fast Money. Who's gonna play? (insert two winning family members). (insert winning family) playing Fast Money for $5,000/$10,000/(Bullseye amount) is right after this." - Ray Combs (going to a final commercial break before Fast Money is played; 1988-1994)

"Who's gonna play Fast Money? (insert two winning family members). Who's going first? (insert first winning family member). (insert winning family) are playing for $10,000/$20,000!" - Louie Anderson (going to a final commercial break before Fast Money is played; 1999-2002)

"Who's playing? (insert two winning family members). We'll be back to play Fast Money, right after this." - Richard Karn (going to a final commercial break before Fast Money is played; 2003-2006)

"I need two people for Fast Money. (insert two winning family members). When we come back, we're gonna play Fast Money for $20,000. So, stay with us." - John O'Hurley (going to a final commercial break before Fast Money is played; 2006-2009)

"And remember, if you win five games, you win the brand new car." - John O'Hurley and Steve Harvey

Fast Money Edit

"Welcome back to the (Family) Feud. The (insert winning team) won the game. It's time to play Fast Money for... WINNING TEAM: $10,000/$20,000!" - said coming out of the final commercial break since the show's incarnation in 1999 until 2010

"Your partner is off-stage with headphones on, he/she cannot see or hear your answers, in 15/20 seconds, I'll ask you five questions, you give me five answers; try to give me the most popular answers. If you can't think of an answer, say pass, then I'll get back to it if there's time. But, if you or your partner can come up with 200 points or more, you'll win $5,000/$10,000/$20,000/(Bullseye/Bankroll amount)." - said before the start of the Fast Money round

"Give me 15/20/25 seconds on the clock, please! (ding) Clock will start/starts when I've finished reading the first question." - said to the player before the start of the Fast Money round

"Turn Around!" - Richard Dawson/Ray Combs (said when a contestant checks the answers in Fast Money)

"(insert name) is offstage, where he/she can't see your answers. I'll ask you 5 questions in 20 seconds. Try to give me the most popular answer. If you can't think of something, say pass, and we'll come back to it if there's time left." - demo of the Fast Money round mostly said by Richard Karn

"Now, if you put together 200 points, you will win-" - Richard Karn

"Clear the board, and let's bring out (insert name)!" - said after the first half of the Fast Money round

"(insert 1st name) got you (insert points gotten by 1st player). You need (insert how many points needed to get 200 points). I'm gonna ask you the same 5 questions, you cannot duplicate the answers. If you do, you're gonna hear this sound: (buzz-buzz) I'll say 'Try Again', and you give me another answer. It's tougher/harder, so, we're going to give you 20/25 seconds." - said before the second contestant plays Fast Money

"Let's remind everyone of (insert name)'s answers!" - said before the start of the second half of the Fast Money round

"(buzz-buzz) Try Again!" - said during the second half of the Fast Money round

"You said (insert answer). (Our) Survey said/says!" - said during Fast Money

NOTE #1: When Richard Dawson hosted the show, he will sometimes omit "said" before the number of people appeared on the board.

NOTE #2: When Ray Combs hosted the show, he will substitute "said" with a synonym for that such as "chose", "selected", and "liked".

"Number One answer was (insert answer)/(insert answer) was/is the Number One answer." - Host

"If (number of people needed) said (2nd player's answer to final question), you'll win $5,000/$10,000/$20,000/(Bullseye/Bankroll amount)." - said upon the final answer in Fast Money

"You need 1XX points. (laughter) We surveyed 100 people. It could happen." - said when a Fast Money win is virtually impossible

"We needed at least two people to give that answer; they didn't." - Richard Dawson (whenever an answer scored zero in Fast Money)

"You passed. You got no points." - Ray Combs (when the winning family member passed on "Blank" answer and got no points in Fast Money)

"What did the/our survey say?" - Ray Combs during the Fast Money Round

"ZEROOOOOOO!" - Ray Combs (upon a strong shout sometimes whenever an answer scored zero in Fast Money)

"Didn't make our survey." - Ray Combs (whenever a strike was gotten or an answer scored zero in Fast Money)

"You're over 100." - Ray Combs (whenever the winning team is halfway through 200 points during Fast Money)

"You had that on the other side." - John O'Hurley during the second Fast Money Round

"(number of points) plus/at $5 a point, total of... (bell sounds) (insert total)!" - Richard Dawson/Ray Combs, said when a player fails to reach 200 points in the Fast Money round

"Five dollars a point, total of $(XXX,)XXX dollars, and they are coming back to play again on Family Feud." - Used from 2002 onward

"You got the cash/$5,000/$10,000!" - Ray Combs because of a Fast Money Win

"Come out here and hug 'em!" - Ray Combs mostly on a Fast Money loss but sometimes on a Fast Money win

"The Big Board got 'em!" - Ray Combs on a Fast Money loss

"Holy Smokes!" - Richard Karn

"BAM!" - Richard Dawson/Ray Combs

"BEN/BAN/BAIL!" - Ray Combs' alternate versions of BAM!

Final Episode Edit

"(wild cheers and applause) RICHARD: Thank you, please. (wild cheers and applause continue) I will never do this show... Thank you. Thank you, please. (wild cheers and applause continue) Stop, please. You gotta... I really thank you. But listen, I... Please sit down. I... that was very touching. I gotta do at least 30 minutes of fun and laughter, and you make me gonna cry, when you give me kind of that welcome, and I think you succeeded it. It's our last show, and I have to tell you, that whoever wins this and they play, normally they'll come back, they won't. Why did you do that to me? GENE: Because they love you, Richard. (cheers and applause) RICHARD: You can stop here again, here please. I gotta tell you. Thank you. Listen. That's very touching, but I'm double parked now, and so, we have to get on with this. I just have to thank this crew. I'm gonna say a few words at the end. For this crew that done every show we do here, the show has done other networks, they've been with us nine years, and the men and women that worked with ABC and do this show, I followed through hell and marvelous. (applause) Thank you, please. You're a great sensation. All right. I've haven't heard this many laughs, since George Jessel passed away. We're gonna play the game, and the champs are right here, the Murphys. Woofs!" - Richard Dawson giving his opening speech on the 1985 ABC finale season.

"So, the Mackins were our final winning family, and they've won $5,504, and I'm proud of 'em. I've had the most incredible luck in my career. I've done lots and lots of jobs, and I've never, ever had a job like Family Feud. I've never DREAMED I would ever have a job where so many people could touch me, and I could touch them. (audience laughing) And it is... a great magic about this show, that I've never seen on any other show. I want to publicly acknowledge Howard Felsher, who's our executive producer. He was a producer in the beginning of the show, and he helped steer and guide the way that we went, and he and I fall a lot of times, but I tell you, that he is important, and I should acknowledge him, because he was the one, with me, that, we said, "Let anybody come on this show, anyone that could play this game, no matter what color or creed, no matter if they're in a wheelchair or they have no sight!". And we had everybody on this show, and he was very, very important, in that I acknowledge and thank him for it. I thanked my crew, and I thanked my director already. I had the best staff you've ever dreamed of. You can't... but you don't have to dream of them, 'cause I'm gonna take them with me. Even if I never work again, they'll just be near me. (audience laughing) They are so special and wonderful. ABC - Jackie Smith, Wally Weltmen, Joe C. Albott - they kept us on the air probably a year more than they should have, 'cause were weren't really helping them. You know, our ratings weren't that good, and they were so great. They buried themselves carrying us, and I love them for that. Not that I wanted to hurt 'em, but I... 'cause I love 'em. They were good people. There were people I know that got upset, that I kiss people; I kiss them for luck and love, that's all. That's what my mother did to me. There were people upset, that I would embrace or hug someone of a different color. (smacks lips) The first time I ever saw people of any color, was when D-Day left from my hometown in England, to go and free Europe from the war. And there was every color you could imagine, and I'd not seen that in England. And I asked my mother about it; I said, "Is there something wrong?". She said, "God... God makes people. You understand that don't you?". And I said, "Yeah!". She said, "Who makes a rainbow?". I said, "God.". She said, "I never presumed to tell anyone who could make a rainbow what color to make children!", and she changed my whole life with that statement. All I can tell you is, this has been a very special nine years of my life! If I never do another thing, I've met the good, sweet people of the world. So, I leave you with love, and for the little girl, that, nine years ago I first signed to - I guess she's 13 now - I'll think of you everyday. (camera snapshot) God bless all the little children in the world. Thank you." - Richard Dawson from his emotionally-driven farewell speech from the 1985 series finale

"You know, I've done this show for six years, and this could be the first time that I had a person that actually got no points, and I think it's a damn fine way to go out. You thought I was a loser, until you walked up here. You made me feel like a man. Tim, give me your hand." - Ray Combs on the Tran family only getting 77 points for $385 in Fast Money and left the stage after signing off in the 1994 series finale.

"(audience cheering) Thank you. Thank you very much. (audience cheering continues) Don't make me cry. (audience cheering continues) If you do too much of that, I won't be able to do a show for you, because I'll cry." - Richard Dawson on the first taped episode of his 1994 comeback.

"I had the best time in the world. Sweet Eddie, I thank you. My daughter, and my wife, my two sons I love. God bless all the little children in the world. Good night." - Richard Dawson from his 1995 "America's Finest" week season finale.

"Hey, you can play Feud online anytime at www.uproar.com. Get online!" - Louie Anderson (1999-2000)

"Play Feud at Uproar.com; Get online." - Louie Anderson (2000-2001)

"Louie Anderson's wardrobe is provided by Rochester Big & Tall Clothing." - Burton Richardson

"Closed Captioning sponsored (in part) by...." - said by Burton Richardson before cuing the second commercial break.

Steve Harvey CatchphrasesEdit

"Before we start, there's somebody/someone who wants to wish you luck (in this Comfort Inn Hotel Family Moment)." - From Steve Harvey's early hosting

"If the (insert family team name) family wins today's show, they're going to drive away/out of here in a brand new car." (Upon the Champion's 5th and final game for the car)

”I‘m sorry! I’m sorry!” - Said if the contestant buzzed in before Steve asked the question

”It's your ass!”

"Welcome back to (the) (Celebrity/Family) Feud! The (winning family/celebrity team) won the game, and now it's time to play... AUDIENCE: FAST MONEY/THE FEUD!" (Before the Fast Money round starts)

START OF THE SPIEL: "If it's there...

  • ...you're still alive." (Upon a family with two strikes)
  • ...you get the points."
  • ...you win (the game)."
  • ...you will play for $XX,000”
  • ...(you clear the board,) your family wins the game."
  • ...you steal. You win (the game (and the car))/get to play Sudden Death."
  • ...you win the (game and the) car." (Upon the Champion's 5th and final game for the car)
  • ...(not only your family wins the game,) your family wins the car." (Upon the Champion's 5th and final game for the car)
  • ...your family steals, your family wins the game/$XXX,XXX."

START OF THE SPIEL: "If it's not there, (insert family team name)...

  • ...can steal and win (the game)/take us to Sudden Death."
  • ...has a chance to win/force Sudden Death."
  • ...takes the points. And we go to Sudden Death."
  • ...wins the game (and the car)."

"This answer is for/worth a brand new car."

"To steal the points/For the win/a new car/Sudden Death, (insert answer)!"

"This answer is worth $XXX,XXX to someone. We're/We are looking for (insert answer)!"

”This answer will decide who will play for $XX,000.“

"We're giving you $500 on the Green Dot re-loadable Prepaid Card. Be in total control of your money with Green Dot." - When the losing team gets $500 in the form of the Green Dot Prepaid Card (used since the 2015-16 season)

Contestant PlugEdit

"If you plan on being in the Los Angeles Area and would like you and your family like to become a contestant on Family Feud. Send a postcard to: Family Feud Contestants 6430 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, California 90028!" - Gene Wood (1976-1980)

"Would you and your family like to have a good time? Why not you try to become a contestant on our show. Send a postcard to: Contestants Family Feud 6430 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, California 90028! Write to us! Won't ya? Thank you." - Gene Wood (1981-1985)

"If your family would like to tryout for Family Feud, and you live in the Los Angeles area (or expect to be there), call area code 213-965-9999. If you live in the San Diego area (or expect to be there), call area code 619-223-2101. If you live in the New York City area (or expect to be there), call area code 212-755-3383. Back to Ray/Richard." - Gene Wood (1988-1995) (Usually before the Second Face-Off) (Ray Combs/Richard Dawson would sometimes let the winning family member read the plug before Fast Money is played)

"If you and your family want to be contestants on Family Feud, and you live in or planning to visit Southern California, call us at...

  • 818-260-5800." - (1999-2003)
  • 323-762-8467." - (2003-2009)

- Burton Richardson

"We're looking for fun families to be on Family Feud and possibly win $30,000 and a new car! If you live in or planning to visit Southern California, call this number!" - Burton Richardson (2009-10)

Ticket Plug Edit

"If you plan on being in Los Angeles and would like to be a part of our studio audience. Simply call these toll free numbers for tickets and information: In California, call 1-800-252-0565. In the Continental U.S. call 1-800-421-4661. Groups and organizations are most welcome!" - Gene Wood (1976-1985)

Funny Contestant GuessesEdit

Richard Dawson Edit

Dawson: During what months of pregnancy does a woman begin to look pregnant? Contestant 1: September.

[While Contestant 2 is up, the show takes a five-minute delay due to Dawson's struggles to say the question due to his laughter over the "September" answer. After seven failed attempts, Richard finally resumes.]

Dawson: During what month of pregnancy does a woman begin to look pregnant?

Contestant 2: Third month.

Dawson: Name something people wear that needs tying.

Contestant 2: Necktie. [buzzer]

Dawson: Try again.

Contestant 2: Bow tie. [buzzer] Oh, uh... pass.

Dawson: A noisy bird.

Contestant 2: A cuckoo.

Dawson: [laughs] Cuckoo... [laughs & crowd laughs] A foo-- How the hell did you people get on this show? [Contestant 2 laughs]...

A food associated with Christm- [chuckles] food associated with Christmas. [time's up buzzer] Oh, to hell with that!

A food associated with Christmas. Contestant 2: Ham.

Dawson: Very good. Something kids fill with water.

Contestant 2: Balloons. [buzzer]

Dawson: Try again.

Contestant 2: Uh... a ball.

Dawson: Name a time that most people get up.

Contestant: In the morning.

Dawson: Name a time that most people go to bed.

Contestant: At night.

Dawson: Name a southern state.

Contestant: North Carolina.

Dawson: Name something you buy in a delicatessen.

Contestant: Pickles.

Dawson: Name something you put in tea.

Contestant: A teabag.

Dawson: Name an animal with three letters in its name.

Contestant 1: Frog.

Contestant 2: Alligator.

Dawson: Name a brand of gasoline.

Contestant 1: Regular.

Contestant 2: Ethyl.

[during a Fast Money round]

Dawson: Name an article of clothing that children are always losing.

Contestant: Their pants.

Dawson: The price of a dozen roses. Contestant: $1.75.

Dawson: Besides a bird, something in a birdcage.

Contestant: Hamster.

Dawson [after a brief pause]: Make a note of this show.

Dawson: Name something you might accidentally leave on all night.

Contestant Kenneth: Your shoes. Dawson: I hope you won't take this the wrong way, Kenneth, but...you are weird. {turns to board] Shoes! [buzzer]

Contestant 2: Your bra? Dawson: Your bra! [buzzer] You're a little strange.

Dawson: Give me a slang name for policeman. Male Contestant: DICK! Dawson: I beg your pardon? Male Contestant: DICK! Dawson: Oh, okay...let us see what he said! [buzzer]

Dawson: Name something that can kill a lively party. Contestant: A gun.

Dawson: Name something that has to warm up before you use it. Contestant: How 'bout your wife?

Dawson: Name something that people take with them to the bath besides soap and a towel. [Contestant's answer: "A duck."] Survey said... [11 -- and Dawson faints] After getting up: I've get to retire after this show.

Dawson: Name something you might buy that could turn out to be phony.

Contestant: A horse.

Dawson: The dreaded phony horse gag! [buzzer]

Dawson: Name something Russia is famous for.

Contestant: Russians.

Dawson: Name the first thing you take off after work. Female contestant: Underwear. Dawson: Next question, what time do you get off from work?

Dawson: Name a popular Halloween costume. Contestant: Santa Claus.

[This contestant demonstrated the hazards of buzzing in too soon during the face-off.] Dawson: Name something made of leather-- Contestant after buzzing in: A purse. Dawson: You're going to be slightly embarrassed when I finish this question. A purse? [buzzer] Dawson [to the other family]: Name something made of leather that a cowboy uses. [audience erupts in laughter]

Dawson: Real or fictional, name a famous Willie. Contestant: Willie the Pooh?

Dawson: Name a part of a telephone. Contestant: The bottom part.

Dawson: Name a yellow fruit. Contestant: Orange.

Dawson: Name one of Santa's reindeer.

Contestant 1: Adolf. 

Contestant 2: Nixon.

[during a Fast Money round]

Dawson: Name one of the Three Bears. Contestant (an Air Force captain): Yogi.

Dawson[laughs along with audience] This man's flying airplanes for us.

Dawson: Name a fruit that starts with "A".

Contestant with Patois accent: Richard, Me gonna go alone and say "Arange".

Dawson: Name a famous "Peter".

Contestant: Peter.

Dawson: Very, very good. Peter? [buzzer]

[From a 1995 episode]

Dawson: Who is it that you don't want to see the results of your IQ test?

Carol Burnett: Oh, gosh... the IRS.

Ray Combs Edit

Combs: Name a famous male country/western singer of all time.

Contestant: Van Waylon?

Combs: Van Waylon. Van Waylon... we've got the number two answer up there, I'm pretty sure it's Van Waylon. I have no doubt. [mouths to camera: "No way."] Show me... Van Waylon! [buzzer]

[during a Bullseye round]

Combs: Besides medicine... Besides medicine, tell me something else you can buy at most drugstores. [contestant buzzes in]

Contestant: CONDOMS!!! [laughter]

Combs: Let me see "condoms" for $4,000. [BUZZER!]

Combs: Name a tradition associated with Christmas.

Contestant: Hanukkah.

Combs: We asked 100 women, name something women borrow from each other. Contestant: One another's husbands.

Combs: Their husbands? Contestant: Yes. [laughter from audience] You never know, Ray. Combs: You think that made the survey? Contestant: No.

Combs: Describe the weather with a word or phrase that could also describe your wife. Contestant: Wet! Combs: Wet... [[laughter]] Shut up, or I'll kill you!

Combs: Name an excuse that a girl uses not to invite you in after a date. Contestant: Maybe her husband's home.

[This answer was given on two different occasions.]

Combs: Name something a woman out on a date would hate to discover on her face.

Contestant: A booger.

Combs: Name an event you see at a gymnastics meet.

Contestant: Trapeze.

Combs: Name a type of fly.

Contestant 1: Butterfly.

Contestant 2: Mosquito.

Combs: Name a liquid that people drink when they're sick. Contestant: Vicks [VapoRub]. [Before the answer was revealed, Combs remarked, "And if anybody at home tries it, please call the number on the bottom of the jar."]

Combs: Name a good place to keep a second phone.

Contestant: The backyard.

Combs: Name an occupation helicopters are used for.

Contestant: Tuna fishing.

Combs: Name the birthday men dread the most.

Contestant: Their wives.

Combs: To name a dangerous, dangerous piece of playground equipment, you said "a tire." [laughter erupts] Well, if it's still attached to the car, it would be dangerous.

Combs: Name something you put on before you go to bed.

Old, female contestant: A condom.

Combs: A CONDOM!!?!?!?!?!(sustained, hilarous laughter ensues, with shots of Combs fake-fainting)
Combs
: Well, let's see if it's up there!
(as it turns out, "CONDOM" is the #2 answer, and Ray slams into the podium)

Combs: When kids finally move out of the house, name something specific they often leave behind.

Contestant 1: Your parents.

Contestant 2: A blender.

Contestant 3: Their boyfriend or their girlfriend.

Combs: Name a famous game show host who would make a great talk show host. Contestant: Well, Richard... uh, I mean Ray...

Combs: You can call me Richard. Besides, he hosted the very same show I'm hosting now!

Combs[during Fast Money] Something your dog does.

Contestant 1: Pee!

Contestant 2: Poops!

Combs: You know, the #1 answer was "Barks".

Louie Anderson Edit

Anderson: Name a part of the body that gets bigger as adults grow older.

Contestant: Penis.

Anderson: Name a talk show host you watch in the daytime.

Contestant: Louie Anderson.

Anderson: Name a famous Pat.

Contestant: Pat Dixon.

Anderson: Name something teenage boys can do for hours at a time.

Contestant: Masturbate.

Anderson: Name something that pops.

Contestant: Elvis.

Richard Karn Edit

Karn: We surveyed one hundred people, your goal is to give me the most popular answer. [contestant buzzes in, laughter and applause] I Know! I Know! I Know! I Know! HOO! HOO! HOO! Call me! Call me!

Karn: Name a sport husbands and wives can play together. You said... "kickball"! You know, you're not usually married in third grade.

Karn: Name a board game people are really good at.
ContestantJeopardy.
Karn: Or, I should say, "What is Jeopardy?".

Karn: Name a word that rhymes with "cookie".
Contestant: Nookie. [scored 23 points]

Karn: Name a famous astronaut.
Contestant: Neil Young.

Karn: Name something you feel before you buy it.
Contestant: Excited.

Karn: Name someone you would find in an operating room.
Contestant: The operator.

Karn: Name something that starts with the word "club".
Contestant: Golf club.

Karn: Something that you pass.
Contestant: Your dog.

Karn: Name a TV show set on an island.
Contestant 1Miami Vice.
Contestant 2General Hospital.

Karn: Name a famous Jamie.
Contestant 1: Jamie Fonda.
Contestant 2: Judge Jamie Brown.
Contestant 3: Jamie Star.

Karn: Name an occupation that begins with the letter "J".
Contestant: A jackhammerer.

Karn: Name a famous Dennis.
Contestant: Buddy Holly.

Karn: Name something you push a pin into.
Contestant: Your eye.

Karn: Name a sport that's NOT played with a ball.
Contestant: Bowling.

Karn: Name a country other than the US that is admirable.
Contestant's family: Africa or Europe.

Karn: Name a road sign that describes your love life.
Contestant: Slippery when wet.
Karn: This is starting to feel like the old Match Game, you know. I feel like Gene Rayburn.

John O'Hurley Edit

O'Hurley: Name a way which you can make bathing a sexy experience.

Contestant: 401(k) jelly. O'Hurley: 401... Contestant: 401(k) jelly. The sex jelly that you use.

O'Hurley: I remember 401(k) being in a retirement plan, and not a jelly. But you know, in a troubled economy, you go anywhere you can. 401(k) jelly! [buzzer]

O'Hurley: Name something out in the ocean that starts with the letter S.
Contestant: Sea Slugs.

O'Hurley: Name a part of your body that never gets sunburned.
Contestant: My butt. (Gets buzzed, his sister said it)
Contestant: The inside of my ear.

O'Hurley: If a baby didn't want his mother leaving the house, name something he might try hiding in his diaper.
Contestant: Kelly Clarkson.

O'Hurley: Name an actor from Baywatch who is still hot today.
Contestant: Brad Pitt.

O'Hurley: A state that has a direction in its name.
Contestant: Arizona.

O'Hurley: Name something that everyone knows about Al Gore.
Contestant: He's a Republican.

O'Hurley: Besides America, name a country that starts with the letter A.
Contestant 1: Asia.
Contestant 2: Amsterdam.

O'Hurley: Name the one thing people know about Rosie O'Donnell.
Contestant: I'll say that she was the wife on the TV show Roseanne.

O'Hurley: Name something people do to warm off on a cold day.
Contestant: Have a glass of lemonade.

O'Hurley: Name the age when men start coloring their hair.
Contestant: 42.

O'Hurley: Name a TV show a man should be embarrased that he watches.
Contestant: The Andy Griffith Show.

O'Hurley: Name a famous Betty.
Contestant #1: Annette Betty.
Contestant #2: Betty Washington.

O'Hurley: Name the age when you stop growing.
Contestant #1: 12.
Contestant #2: 13.

O'Hurley: A magazine you'd hate to find in your child's bedroom.
Contestant: Weapons-R-Us.

O'Hurley: Name a reason a man takes off his toupee.
Contestant: To show off.

O'Hurley: Name a famous Carey (or Cary/Carrie).
Contestant: John Kerry.

O'Hurley: One of Oprah Winfrey's favorite people.
Contestant: Regis Kelly.

O'Hurley: Name a mischievous animal.
Contestant: Uh... Beaver!

O'Hurley: Name a type of business that never seems to be open when you need it.
Contestant: 7-11. (got 8 points!)

O'Hurley: Name a famous pig.
Contestant: My mother-in-law. [buzzer]
O'Hurley: I think the holidays are going to be a very different experience for you this year.

O'Hurley: Besides pepporoni, name your favorite pizza topping.
Contestant: Combination.

O'Hurley: Name the night of the week with the worst TV programs.
Contestant: UPN.

O'Hurley: Someone Bugs Bunny might invite to his birthday party.
Contestant: Doc.

O'Hurley: A famous Christina.
Contestant: Christina the Car.

O'Hurley: Something associated with the Dallas Cowboys.
Contestant: Cowboy hats.

O'Hurley: A late-night TV personality you fall asleep listening to.
Contestant #1: Jim O'Reilly.
Contestant #2: Oprah Winfrey?
O'Hurley: I didn't think she was a late-night person, but if you insist! Oprah Winfrey! <BUZZER>

O'Hurley: Name a famous giant.
Contestant #1: The Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum Giant.
Contestant #2: Arnold Schwarzenegger.

O'Hurley: Name something you do to a fish.
Contestant: Flush it down the toilet.

O'Hurley: We asked 100 women...name a place you'd hate to discover you were growing hair. (to Jason Black, a contestant) All right, Jason; the man who knows all things depilotory!

O'Hurley: Name the fastest-selling drug.
Contestant: Marijuana. [scored 9 points]

O'Hurley: Name something that a fed-up wife might finally tell her husband to do for himself.
Contestant: Um... satisfy himself. That's what we're going with. [laughter and applause from the audience]
O'Hurley: You started off... with romantic encounters in the elevator...
Contestant: You have no idea that this is--
O'Hurley: Penicillin... from Mexico, and now your advice to the fed-up husband from his wife is "go satisfy yourself". It's a complete cycle, my friend.

O'Hurley: Name something women get tired of carrying.
Contestant: A wig.

O'Hurley: If you wanted to become the next Hugh Hefner, name something you'd need to get.
Contestant: I think you'd need to get some Viagra.

Steve Harvey Edit

Harvey: Name something a burglar would not want to see when he breaks into a house.
Contestant: NAKED GRANDMA!
Harvey: Naked Huh?
Contestant: I don't see you nude!
Harvey: I know you're right, okay, no one want to see a naked grandma, what is the chances, if you break into a house and found out grandma in there, I am naked, look for naked grandma in the house, outside in the woods, in the blanket, it is the occupant person. Oh yeah.

Harvey: Name something that can ruin a kiss.
Contestant: A mustache.

Harvey: Name something that you pass around.
Contestant: A joint.

[during a Fast Money round]

Harvey: Name a job that's dirty but someone has to do it...
Contestant: Plumber. (Gets buzzed, his sister said it)
Contestant: Gynecologist.

[during a Fast Money round]

Harvey: We asked 100 men, name a part of your body that's bigger than it was when you were 16...

Contestant: Penis.

Contestant: Not so good.

Contestant: Said, the medical terminology.

Harvey: Okay, what'd you say? You said "ding-a-ling", any damn thing. Good ain't gonna sound right, the medical term is almost worse a slang term would at least make your ding-a-ling something. A Penis, oh, we gonna keeping that answer.

Contestant: What?

Harvey: Yeah, look at her answers you think you think that's shocking. Where do you see this first one?

Harvey: We asked 100 men, name a part of your body that's bigger than it was when you were 16...

Harvey: You calmy said. That. Survey says! (scored 0 points)

Harvey: The #1 answer was stomach.

Contestant: Oh right, that was close in the area.

Harvey: If your stomach is that big, you do not see it anywhere.

Harvey: If you were a kid, name something you use with a partner to practice kissing.

Contestant: Sister.

Contestant: She will not give you.

Harvey: Lindsay, you are not... Oh.

Harvey: Where is the sister at?

Contestant: She hiding somewhere, or a weapon.

Harvey: We have a new device now called YouTube, you will be a amazing star.

Harvey: Big Jeff.

Harvey: His sister. (scored 7 points)

Harvey: If you were a kid, name something you use with a partner to practice kissing.

Contestant: Use your hand.

Harvey: Oh... I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Woah, I am too boy there.

Harvey: Use your hand. (scored 5 points)

(Finch family laughing)

Harvey: One of them is cry everything. If I been in the mirror, down the little girl down there, paper doll came down there. Come here, give the animal right here. Oh rats! Slowly! The small animal will be on the bed. Yeah. Oh hell, yeah. I got a penis look in back, in where, and all of the girls in the doghouse. What a life? Hey Steve, what? I am a stuff animal. I wish you are. You are in a minute. Girls working today.

Harvey: If you were a kid, name something you use with a partner to practice kissing.

Contestant: I will say a sucker.

Harvey: It explains, you know this explains, you have all the answers, but that we will be on the board.

Harvey: A sucker. [BUZZ]

Contestant: Huh...

Harvey: Yeah, Don't say it. You will hear it.

Contestant: A orange.

Harvey: A orange.

Harvey: What?! What are you doing at your house? You got a pillow, a doll, mirror, using a hand, that stuff animal is waiting, you put all your damn thing.

Harvey: A orange. (scored 4 points)

Harvey: Name a word or phrase that follows the word pork.

Contestant: LAWN!!!! Yah, lawn, steve!

Harvey: Huh, L I O N. Oh, that spelled it, what the hell is a pork lawn! I meant lawn your grass.

Harvey: Name a word or phrase that follows the word pork.

Contestant: "Upine".

Harvey: Huh? Pork, he say upine, upine. What, what is "upine", this is the greatest answer ever heard, I steal you, I steal you, I think it is the #1. Pow! It is the #1, oh really, you tell you what, it will be number #1 on YouTube, but I think it is the #1 up there! [BUZZ]

Harvey: We have 4 answers up there but we only have one strike.

Contestant: Uh, can I say Naked? N-E-K-K-I-D. (pointing at the board and imitating the sound of a answer been up there) Bing. Bing.

Harvey: You are pronouncing the word "Naked". It's Naked. (pronouncing the word correct), that means it's different, you can't possibly be trying to pull that off on national TV, you can't possibly, Arvell.

Contestant: I'm sure that.

Harvey: Whose these people are teachers in the family.

Contestant: Yes.

Harvey: We don't sit on national TV and say "Naked", and then point it to damn board like we don't let you get by with.

Contestant: I bet you said negative on your comedy routines.

Harvey: You are on Family Feud to say the comedy routines.

Harvey: Alright, number two, okay, okay, you gotta give me a word or phrase that means "Naked". Alright, you can not say the same word.

Contestant: I got you. I got you ready.

Harvey: Yes, one strike, we can not have two strikes.

Contestant: Mmm, hmmm. Scantily Clad

Harvey: (starts laughing) Just... Just shut up! How the scantily clad mean you're naked, if they're scantily clad, you have own a little bit of clothing on. You are not naked, this is the worst, scantily clad for strike 2. [BUZZ]

(during a Fast Money round)

Harvey: Name something you fill.

Contestant: Pain.

Harvey: No, name something you fill. F-I-L-L.

Contestant: Kool-aid pitcher

Contestant: You said "F-I-L-L", right? You fill it up.

(Clay Family laughing)

Harvey: No, you didn't, on national TV, set us back 30 years.

Contestant: Come on, boss.

Harvey: Oh, boy. Oh, let us do right here, man. That's my favorite answer this year.

Harvey: The kool-aid pitcher.

Contestant: You got to keep it full, Steve.

Harvey: You got to keep it full.

Contestant: You got to keep it full.

Harvey: Yeah, man. I know where you're at, man.

(Steve Harvey along Clay Family laughing)

Harvey: Boy, if this ain't a hood answer right here, boy. I love you, man.

Harvey: Specifically, the kool-aid pitcher. Don't put no iced tea in that! (scored 3 points)

Harvey: We asked one hundred women, name a reason you'd dump a guy.

Contestant: His penis is too small.

Harvey: Those--Those people on top row over there. Who are those people?

Contestant: That's my 90-year-old grandfather. My grandmother. My parents. My aunt & uncle.

Harvey: So, you thought that this answer would be just fine, in front of your mama and daddy and then your 90-year-old grandfather. He didn't just folded his arms.

Contestant: I think he's praying, Steve.

Harvey: He's praying? Well, it's a little late for that.

Harvey: Little late for that. You don't--we're gonna point to the board and this is the reason you'd dump a guy, ok? His very small package. [BUZZ]

Harvey: Name something Steve's wife doesn't want anyone else to do to his head.

Contestant: Sit on it.

Harvey: You don't want nobody to sit on it. [BUZZ]

Harvey: Name a place you hate going that might be more tolerable if you smoked pot first.

Contestant: We are gonna go with church.

Harvey: Church.

Contestant: Yes, sir.

Harvey: Who didn't want to say church?

Contestant: I didn't.

Harvey: Thank you. You come over here with me. Come on. Oh, you gotta put your shoe. No, just come on. You're, no, you're, don't worry about that. Come on, let's me and you stand here.

Harvey: Church. (scored 5 points)

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