During a prom-themed episode of "Let's Make a Deal," one guy got awkwardly friend-zoned.
It was a wild week in game shows. One contestant cried, one contestant suffered through an odd joke from Alex Trebek, and one contestant got a little too personal.
On "Jeopardy" this week, host Alex Trebek welcomed a contestant whose job in medical school was to breed hamsters. When Trebek asked why they can’t just do that on their own, she specified that what her job really entailed was to introduce the rodents and let them take it from there. Trebek then chatted with the returning champ, and after hearing his story of how he tried to impress a girl, the host brought the conversation back to the topic of hamsters.
When Alex Trebek went over to the contestants for his usual mid-show banter session on Jeopardy!, he probably wasn’t expecting to get an ear full about the sex habits of Japanese men. On Let’s Make a Deal, host Wayne Brady paid an audience member to help him celebrate his birthday.
Comic books are great and all, but nothing compares to meeting a real-life superhero. As you’ll see in this exclusive clip, when host Wayne Brady addresses him as “Mr. Lee,” the 93-years-young writer said, “Most folks call me Stan.” Of course they do! After all, what kind of a superhero name is Mr. Lee? Lee…um, Stan’s objective was to help an eager contestant named Allan score $200 by correctly identifying the famous hero he’d be drawing.
University Challenge on BBC2 is a show that matches the wits of British University student quiz teams. There was a special guest model on The Price Is Right, co-host of The Talk Sheryl Underwood, and she was ready to take the reins in more ways than one.
The Price Is Right has had its collection of characters over the years, but is Chase, the beefed-out buddy from Washington, the most excited contestant that show has ever seen? OnAre You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Jeff Foxworthy asks Dee about a particular element of his show profile, prompting a smooth response from the fifth-grader. And onLet's Make a Deal, Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum engage in a lively, if muddled , debate.
On a Japanese game show, two young women vie for the prize of not eating a cockroach when they have to blow it back and forth with their mouths. Aaron Rodgers pays tribute toSNL during a Celebrity Jeopardy rehearsal. Steve Harvey reacts to a very adult Halloween answer, and Craig Ferguson reminds a contestant that he isn't Alex Trebek, all on 'This Week In Game Shows'
On Family Feud, contestant Rob shows Steve Harvey how a train accident left him a "true survivor." Then onLet’s Make a Deal, a contestant from Minnesota can’t take a hint that he’s supposed to leave the stage after he had already lost. Finally onThe Price Is Right, Drew Carey makes a 4-20 joke on Earth Day.