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Desc:An inordinately complicated way to set up your game show's speed round.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:70s, game show, hysteria, whew, villains
Submitted:Hooper_X
Date:03/12/10
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Comment count is 15
cognitivedissonance
Holy shit, it's my dad!
endlesschris
The nervous kid contestant in this video, Randy Amasia, would later go on to run a popular message board for gameshow obsessives and then die of cancer at 44, unfortunately without having fufilled his wish to rediscovering this footage of his big win.

Enjoy it folks.


Jet Bin Fever
I'm so glad you shared that.


baleen
yeesh

MongoMcMichael
At least he got his cash prize.

Hooper_X
Aaaannd there's your E for the "not evil enough" crowd.

I accidentally posted this man's dying wish and we all made fun of it.

MC Scared of Bees
This is the Randy Amasia clip? Holy shit. That guy posted in seemingly every thread in alt.tv.game-shows, and his sig was so plaintive, asking if anyone had this footage.

The Mothership
outstandingly depressing, thank you.

chumbucket
at first I was like "wtf is this???" then seeing the villain characters with the pavlovian "ding" sound...I instantly remembered watching this show

NOT FOR BROADCAST
Desidiosus
I sort of vaguely recall this.. it explains why every time I hear that ding I jump forward and start listening for a question.

Robin Kestrel
I have not thought of this show in... a long time. Damn.

Rudy
God I loved this show. It came on right after "The Groovy Ghoulies".
cognitivedissonance
Wikipedia informs us that the theme song was written by ALAN THICKE.
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