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'Family Feud''s ability to set up absurd answers with innocuous questions makes it a clip bonanza for YouTube.
About once a month, the long-running game show has a clip go viral because the contestant's answer is unbelievably dumb, silly or inappropriat more
When Mark Goodson and Bill Todman created 'Family Feud' in 1976, they could not have known how tailor-made the gameplay is for the viral-video age. Asking seemingly innocent questions can elicit surprising responses. That is exactly what happened recently more