Family Feud

Family Feud

Family Feuds can run anywhere between the Hatefields and the McCoys, killing each other off in a bloody feud that lasts years and takes many lives. To the joyful gameshow Family Feud staring Steve Harvey. Recently, Tiffany and I were able to be in the audience of the latter.

We got there at 10:30 for an 11:00 taping this morning. Waited an hour and a half before being turned down due to the audience already being full. They then gave us two priority tickets to the 4:00 taping.  So we went to the Peachtree Mall, ran into a furry convention, found the Korean Consulate, and ate at the Hard Rock Cafe.

At 3:30 we went back with our priority tickets to the Civic Center where they were filming. You aren’t allowed to have your phone, so we sat through 3 hours of the most boring, thing you could ever do. Sitting in a room. Going through security. Sitting in another room. Until finally, it all came together, and the show began.

And it was worth it!

The pre show, a comedian comes out and gets the crowd pumped up and ready for Steve Harvey. The main show, where there are so many jokes that are to inappropriate for tv. (God bless the editors of that show that can put a seamless show together with those clips.) Steve Harvey doing standup and answering questions between rounds. And of course, the half time dance party. All coming together at the end with an inspirational speech from Steve Harvey that you would usually have to pay a speaker to get.

Time flew by so fast once the filming started. It was four hours of fun in what felt like one. For everyone who enjoys the show, I can not think, of a better way to spend a Saturday.