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Indeed a family game, Mohammad’s family was great

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Indeed a family game, Mohammad’s family was great. The entertaining Yebeteseb Chewata season 22 episode 4. Family Feud has always been a beloved show, ever since its inception in 1976 by producer Mark Goodson, who was also behind other hit game shows like The Price Is Right and Match Game. And—we’re proud to say—these days, with Steve Harvey as host and a seasoned production team at the helm, the show is more popular than ever. If you’re among those who can’t seem to get enough of the Feud, you can dip into the archives online.

Believe it or not, our first-ever host met his second wife on the show. In 1981, a contestant named Gretchen Johnson appeared on the Feud stage and won $12,659 with her family. Nine years later, she and Dawson married. After his nine-year inaugural run as host, Dawson returned for one more season in 1994. Combs became host in 1988, after a three-year hiatus following Dawson’s run.

At the time, he was a comic perhaps best known for his 1986 stand-up appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, which earned him a standing ovation. Anderson is a longtime comic known today for his breakout role as Mrs. Baskets on the FX series Baskets.

During his three-year stint on The Feud, he hosted a charity episode after 9/11, in which the New York Fire Department took on the New York Police Department and raised $75,000 for recovery efforts. What can we say about Steve that hasn’t already been said? He’s on Dawson’s heels as our longest-standing host, and audiences can’t get enough of his snappy wardrobe and his quick wit. We love Steve just as much as our fans—and we can’t imagine the show without him. For the past three years, Steve has also hosted the relaunched Celebrity edition of Feud, too—unsurprisingly—hilarious results. Check out our favorite laugh-out-loud moments from last season here, and catch the new season airing this summer on ABC!

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