Check out all kinds of nutty moments on “This Week in Game Shows!” — including an NSFW response on “Family Feud” and a big Plinko winner on “The Price Is Right.”
Sometimes hard to get back into the swing of things after a long weekend. That seemed especially true with game shows so watch the hijinks, mishaps and awkward answers ensue on ‘This Week in Game shows!’ Watch as Steve Harvey can’t believe one contestant’s middle name on ‘This Week In Game Show.’
A 'Family Feud' contestant may have upset Steve Harvey in an answer to a prompt asking for "something unwanted that men have on their bodies.”
Eighty-five-year-old Betty True, aka “Rally Granny,” makes Steve Harvey uncomfortable with talk about flashing her bare chest.
On Celebrity Family Feud, Chris Massey and Kyle Massey may be best known for their roles on Nickelodeon and Disney respectively, but there’s more than enough reason to believe they’ve moved on from kids shows. Chris used to play Michael Barrett on Nickelodeon’s Zoey 101, while Kyle played Corey Baxter on the Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven.
On Celebrity Family Feud, Steve Harvey and the whole crowd fell in love with the eccentric Grandpa Billy.
Jennie Garth's daughter surprises Steve Harvey with her answer to, "Ladies, name something you'd love Steve Harvey to teach your man how to do better."
On "Family Feud," an Army sergeant may have perfectly summed up how America feels about our beloved Steve Harvey.
Steve Harvey can't believe this former "Bachelor" contestant's ridiculous answer on "Celebrity Family Feud."
On Family Feud, neither the 100 people surveyed nor the contestants had high expectations for the future of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Playing Fast Money, Steve Harvey asked the contestants how many people out of 100 think their marriage will last forever. The first contestant said 50. The second said zero, and she was much, much closer.
Steve Harvey joins in on the fun wearing an Inflatable Man outfit in Wednesday's 'Little Big Shots: Forever Young' season finale.
The world's oldest burlesque dancer taught Steve Harvey a thing or two about the art of the tease on "Little Big Shots: Forever Young."
At first she resisted, but finally Sabrina Bryan had to admit that Nathan Morris’s rendition of the Boys II Men hit “I'll Make Love to You” was “so good.”
On Celebrity Family Feud, Steve Harvey got an education from Neil deGrasse Tyson on the proper pronunciation of "Uranus."