Date(s) - August 14, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Globe Pub
I’m sure you’ve watched the Family Feud on TV hundreds of times. But have you ever played the game exactly how it is on TV???
Welcome to the Fam Feud! Who’s gonna win the face-off?!?! What does the survey say?!?! Join a team for your chance to win CASH PRIZES!!!
Entry is free, and only $5 to play.
The main game starts off with one member from each team coming to the podium and facing off on the first question. The contestant who buzzes in first gets to provide the first answer. If that answer is the No. 1 survey response, his or her team gets control of the question. If not, the
opposing contestant gets to try and provide a higher-ranking response to earn control for his or her team.
The team who wins control of the question then provides more responses, one at a time. They are not permitted to consult with one another during this part of the game. If a given answer is not one of the most popular, the team gets a strike. If the team can guess all of the most popular answers on the board before getting three strikes, they win the round.
If a team ends up with three strikes, control of the round goes to the opposing family. That team then has one chance to come up with one of the remaining responses on the board to win the round — if they fail, the other team gets the points. The first team to 300 points wins the game. If a team doesn’t get to 300 points, then whichever team is leading after the fourth round, wins the game.
During the Fast Money Round. Two team members play this round. One member stays with the host while the other disappears backstage. The first contestant is given 20 seconds to answer five survey questions, which are scored by how many people gave that same response in the
survey. After the first player’s scores are revealed and tallied, they are covered up, and the second team member comes out to play. The questions are the same, but this time the player gets 25 seconds to complete the round, and if an answer is repeated the contestant hears a buzzer and is asked to give another response. If the combined scores of both team members are more than 200, the team wins a cash prize!