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Host
Ben Stein
Announcer
Mr. Game Show (voiced by Randy West)
Broadcast
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VH1: 5/21/2005 - 6/18/2005
Packager
FremantleMedia North America

Game Show Moments Gone Bananas (1/2/3/4/5) was a series of five specials on VH1, that flashbacked on hilarious game show moments.

Premise[]

The show reflected on the most classic hilarious game show moments from the 1950s to the present. A countdown of these moments were shown to the viewers.

Themes[]

  • Top 5: A countdown of the Top 5 of something in game shows, presented by a television personality that was somehow related to the countdown
  • Bananas: Seen throughout the show
  • Games: Members of the studio audience reenacted the classic moments featured on shows such as Beat the Clock and Family Feud to win a low-quality prize (a grocery product) such as a bottle of Phillips' Milk of Magnesia or a box of Little Debbie Honey Buns

Sometimes, contestants would play games in between the show based on classic game shows. If they are successful, they would win a booby prizes.

Rating[]

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Shows that Featured the Bloopers[]

Here is a list of shows that featured these bloopers:

Beat the Clock
Blind Date (British and Australian versions [called Perfect Match in Australia])
Blockbusters (American and British versions)
Card Sharks
Child's Play (includes kids from both American and British versions)
Distraction (British version)
Double Dare (CBS version)
Family Feud and its British counterpart, Family Fortunes, plus its Australian counterpart
I'm With Stupid (unsold 2003 ABC pilot hosted by Graham Norton filmed on the Richard Karn-era Family Feud set)
I've Got a Secret
Match Game and its British counterpart, Blankety Blank
The Name's the Same
Password
Password Plus
Press Your Luck
The Price is Right and its Australian counterpart and Mexican counterpart, Atinale al Precio)
Puzzlers (unsold pilot taped March 15, 1980 and hosted by Pat Sajak 18 months prior to Wheel of Fortune)
Sale of the Century (Australian and German versions [called Hopp oder Top in Germany])
Say When!! (a portion of the Peter Pan peanut butter incident)
Scrabble
Showoffs (a clip from the 1975 pilot)
Super Password
Tattletales
To Tell the Truth
Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck
What's My Line?
Your Face or Mine?

Merchandise[]

2 DVD's were released. One in 2008 (BCI) and one in 2010 (Mill Creek Entertainment).

Studio[]

CBS Television City

Repeated Broadcast[]

The series would also later be rerun on GSN from time to time.

YouTube Videos[]

Full Episodes[]

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5

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