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Desc:Kids brain teaser/quiz show from the 80s. First question is cut off.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:80s, nostalgia, HBO, trivia, brain games
Submitted:revdrew
Date:11/22/07
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snothouse - 2007-11-22
Hippo heaven.
gSSEhh - 2007-11-22
Growing up our TV only got three channels, so I miss a lot of the pop culture references. Oddly enough, HBO was one of those three. 5 stars for the wave of nostalgia triggered by the closing sequence, -1 star for the program being kinda crap.
Portaxx - 2007-11-23
I loved Brain Games as a kid, but just about everyone acts like I'm nuts when I try to describe it. If anyone knows where I can find episodes of this, please speak up so I can give you the biggest hug ever.
TheOtherCapnS - 2007-11-23
Instant five stars for Brain Games! Man I loved this show!
StanleyPain - 2007-11-23
Wow..Brain Games. Holy shit. That brings back memories. Before it was cut up as stuff for inbetween movies it was an honest to goodness show. Not too bad either, for the time.
Testicles of Doom - 2007-11-23
For the record, I say "Braingames is now OVER *sobsobsob*" once a week and no one EVER gets it.
dementomstie - 2009-02-23
I thought the penguin was a Narwhal before they clarified.
fluffy - 2014-08-21
Still wouldn't change the answer.

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