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A team scored 25 points if two teammates matched answers or 50 points if all three contestants matched.
The first team to score 100 points won 0 and played the Audience Match, which featured three survey questions (some of which, especially after 1963, featured a numeric-answer format; e.g., "we surveyed 50 women and asked them how much they should spend on a hat," a format similar to the one that was later used on Family Feud and Card Sharks).
The times were mean and so was his father, planting himself at the kitchen table nightly with the 'sacred' six-pack at hand.
Although the series still did well in the ratings (despite the popularity of ABC's horror-themed soap opera Dark Shadows), it was cancelled in 1969 along with other games in a major daytime programming overhaul, being replaced by Letters to Laugh-In which, although a spin-off of the popular prime time series Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, ended in just three months, on December 26.
Match Game is an American television panel game show that premiered on NBC in 1962 and was revived several times over the course of the next few decades.
The game featured contestants trying to come up with answers to fill-in-the-blank questions, with the object being to match answers given by celebrity panelists.
Each contestant who agreed with the most popular answer to a question earned the team , for a possible total of 0.
The questions used in the game were commonplace: "Name a kind of muffin," "Write down one of the words to ‘Row, Row, Row Your Boat’ other than ‘Row,’ ‘Your’ or ‘Boat’" or "John loves his _____." The humor in the original series came largely from the panelists' reactions to the other answers (especially on the occasional all-star episodes).
It returned to ABC in a weekly prime time edition on June 26, 2016, running as an off-season replacement series.