Family Feud Canada: February 12, 2020 (Mercer vs. Butler)


[cheering/applause] Announcer: It’s time
for Family Feud Canada! From Scarborough, Ontario,
it’s the Butler family! [cheering] Announcer: And from Horwood,
Newfoundland & Labrador, it’s the Mercer family! [cheering] Announcer: And now the
star of our show… Gerry Dee! [cheering/applause] Gerry: Welcome. Welcome to Family
Feud Canada. I’m Gerry Dee. We have another great
show for you today. These two families are
here to compete for a chance to
win $10,000. [cheering] Gerry: The Mercer family
from Newfoundland have already done this.
They won $10,000. They’re back to
win another $10,000. [cheering] Gerry: They’re playing
against the Butler family. Let’s say hello. [cheering] Gerry: Keith, tell us
who you got with you today. Keith: Well, first of all,
I’m the youngest of 10 brothers! Gerry: Wow! Keith: No sisters! Okay, so here we go.
I have my brother Dave… my brother Gordie…
my brother Percy… and my nephew Jamie. [cheering/applause] Keith: And they want
the money! Gerry: They want the money. And you’re dressed
as butlers, I assume, is that the deal?
Whose idea was that? Gord: Mine! David: Mine! Percy: Mine! [laughter] Gerry: I haven’t said
I liked the idea yet, so… [laughter] Gerry: You look sharp. Let’s see how sharp
you are at the game. Keith: Okay. Gerry: The champs are back. [cheering/applause] Gerry: $10,000 richer. Dale: We did it. Gerry: What are you going to
do with the $10,000? Dale: We haven’t thought
about it actually. Gerry: Who cares
then, right? Dale: Yeah, that’s right. Gerry: You’re like
‘who cares?’ Go to George Street
and start there. Dale: We were having so much
fun we didn’t even think about the $10,000. Gerry: You’re having fun? We’re having fun
having you on the show. But let’s see, I think
they look like fun, too. Let’s play The Feud! Give me Keith,
give me Dale! [theme music playing] [applause] Gerry: You were too
busy chatting. Dale: I know.
Got a gift of gab, I. Gerry: You’re having
a great time. [laughter] Gerry: Yeah, you could
polish that for us. [laughter] Gerry: Here we go. Top seven answers
are on the board. [panels clicking] Gerry: We surveyed
100 Canadians. Name something you’ve
done and blamed someone else for. [answer button rings] Keith: Stole. [audience reacts] Gerry: Ooh. Show me “stole!” [bell dings] Gerry: I’m gonna find
out later what was stolen. [laughter] Dale: Lied. Gerry: Lied. [buzzer sounds] Keith: Yeah, we’re playing!
We’re playing, baby! [cheering/applause] Gerry: What’d he steal? Gord: Another man’s wife. Gerry: Gord says
another man’s wife. [laughter] Gerry: I hope
that’s not true. [laughter] Gerry: Alright, David,
name something you’ve done and blamed someone
else for. David: I went out with
two different girls at the same time, but I
said it was he that did it, not me. [laughter] [applause] Gord: Good answer! Gerry: You got a whole
story there. This isn’t a confession.
You know that, right? [laughter] David: Well, I mean… Gerry: We don’t
have an answer at all, but we have a hell
of a story. [laughter] David: I’m going to
say infidelity. Gerry: Infidelity. Keith: Good answer,
David, good answer! Gerry: Show me
“infidelity!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: And now the whole
world knows your story. [laughter] Gerry: Thief! David: I learned it
from him. [laughter] Gord: You learn from
the best, Gerry. Gerry: This is just
throw every brother under the bus day. Alright, Gord, name
something you’ve done and blamed someone
else for. Gord: I borrowed
somebody’s car. Gerry: Borrowed
somebody’s car. Keith: Good answer,
Gordie! [cheering] Gerry: I think
you’re being nice. Keith: I am nice. Gerry: Show me “borrowed
something!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: Two thiefs in the
family, we know that. [laughter] Gerry: Percy, what have
you done to break the law? Name something you’ve
done and blamed someone else for. Percy: I barbecued
and burnt the food. [laughter] [cheering] Gerry: So you burnt the food
and blamed someone else. Percy: That’s it. Gerry: If it’s up there,
you keep playing. If not, get
ready to steal. Show me “burnt the food!” [buzzer sounds] [cheering] [Mercers chanting “fart”] Dale: Fart. [laughter] Gerry: Name something
you’ve done and blamed someone else for. Dale: Fart. [cheering/applause] Gerry: If it’s up there,
you keep the 4 points. [laughter] Gerry: Show me “tooted!” [bell dings] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Alright, we got
five answers left. We might be here
awhile. Show me number 7! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 6! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 4! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 3! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 2! [audience reads answer] [applause] Gerry: Alright, Mercer
family 4-point lead. Let’s keep playing. Give me David,
give me Geraldine! [theme music playing] [applause] Geraldine: Hello, sir. Gerry: Top 7 answers
are on the board. [panels clicking] Gerry: See if you can get more
than two of them this time. [laughter] Gerry: We surveyed
100 Canadians. Name something that
while you’re doing it makes a minute
feel like an hour. [answer button rings] David: Cutting the lawn. Gerry: Show me
“cutting the grass!” [bell dings] Gerry: Pass or play? David: We’re gonna play! [cheering] Gerry: Come on, let’s
do it this time. Name something that
while you’re doing it makes a minute feel
like an hour. Gord: Have sex, Gerry. [laughter] David: Good answer, Gord! [cheering] Gerry: Good answer,
Gordie? Show me “sex!” [bell dings] [cheering] Gerry: Percy, name something
that while you’re doing it makes a minute feel
like an hour. Percy: Going to
the washroom. [laughter] [cheering] Gerry: Show me “going
to the washroom!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: Jamie, I assume
you’re the youngest of the group? Jamie: I am the youngest
of the group. I bring the collective
age down to 70. Gerry: You brought the
age down to 70. Jamie: Yes, sir. Gerry: I’ll tell you
what, you guys look great. Honest to God,
you look great. [applause] Gerry: Here we go, Jamie. Name something that
while you’re doing it makes a minute
feel like an hour. Jamie: Being on hold
with any customer service on the telephone. [cheering] Gerry: Show me
“being on hold!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: Keith, two strikes. Name something that
while you’re doing it makes a minute
feel like an hour. Keith: Watching
a commercial. [applause] Gerry: If it’s up there,
you’re still going. If not, get
ready to steal. Show me “a commercial!” [buzzer sounds] [Mercers shouting answers] Wavey: We got this! Dale: Yes, we do! [laughter] Gerry: Name something
that while you’re doing it makes a minute feel
like an hour, Dale. Dale: Wait at
the doctor’s office. Gerry: At the
doctor’s office. [applause] Gerry: If it’s up
there, you get more points. If not, they’re
on the board. Show me “waiting
at the doctor’s office!” [buzzer sounds] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Show me
number 17… If there’s a
right answer. [laughter] Gerry: Show me number 6! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 5! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 4! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 3! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 2! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Alright, gotta
get some more points. We’ll be right back
with more Family Feud Canada right after this! [theme music playing] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Welcome back
to Family Feud Canada! The Butlers with a
slim lead over the Mercers. But let’s keep playing. Give me Gord,
give me Gertie! [theme music playing] [applause] Gertie: (chuckling) Gord: I’m a little
older than the other ones. [laughter] Gord: Hi, Gertie. Gertie: How you doing? Gerry: Point values
are doubled. Thank God! [laughter] Gerry: Top seven answers
are on the board. [panels clicking] Gerry: Name a job a
dog is hired for. [answer button rings] Gord: A seeing eye dog. Gerry: Show me
“a seeing eye dog!” [cheering] [bell dings] Gerry: Pass or play? Gord: We’re gonna play! [cheering/applause] Gord: Okay, no problem.
Nice seeing you, Gerry. [laughter] Gerry: Percy, name a job
that a dog is hired for. Percy: Watch dog. [cheering] Gerry: Show me
“a watch dog!” [bell dings] [cheering] Gerry: Name a job a
dog is hired for, Jamie. Jamie: Drug sniffing dog.
The airport. [cheering] Gerry: Show me “drug
sniffing dog!” [bell dings] [cheering] Gerry: Keith, no strikes.
No strikes. Name a job a dog
is hired for. Keith: Companionship. [applause] Gerry: Show me
“companion dog!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: David, name a job
a dog is hired for. David: Police dog. Keith: Good answer,
David! Gerry: Show me “a
police dog!” [buzzer sounds] Gerry: Two strikes,
Gord. One more strike
they’re gonna try to steal. Name a job a dog
is hired for. Gord: For herding sheep. [cheering] Gerry: Show me
“herding sheep!” [bell dings] [cheering] Gerry: Percy, two strikes. Name a job a dog
is hired for. Percy: Therapy dog. [cheering] Gerry: Show me “a
therapy dog!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] [Mercers chanting “hunting”] Dale: Hunting them rabbits. Gerry: Hunting. If it’s up there,
you get more points. If not, their
lead gets bigger. Show me “hunting!” [bell dings] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Number 4! [audience reads answer] Gerry: I think I know
what number 2 is. Number 2! [audience reads answer] Gerry: What about
acting? [cheering] Gerry: The Mercer family
in the lead! But we’ll be right
back with more Family Feud Canada
right after this! Don’t go away. [theme music playing] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Welcome back
to Family Feud Canada! On the break the Butler
family gave me this little gift, and it’s a
little watch that says “Let a Butler serve you.”
So thank you. [applause] Gerry: Can’t wait to
see what you got me. [laughter] Gerry: With your $10,000. [laughter] Gerry: Let’s keep playing! Give me Percy,
give me Wavey! [theme music playing] [applause] Percy: I’m watching you. Wavey: I know you are. Gerry: Fight, fight,
fight, fight! [laughter] Wavey: You know what
he said to me? Gerry: What did he say? Wavey: I told him
I was single, and then I says
“Oh, Percy, go sit down.” He says “No wonder
you’re single.” Percy: I was only joking. Wavey: No, you weren’t. Percy: Yes, I was. Gerry: Do you want
me to just leave? Wavey: No, we’re good. Percy: I’m too old
for her anyways. Gerry: No you’re not. Wavey: Yeah, he is. [laughter] Gerry: Isn’t this question
just gonna be perfect? [laughter] Gerry: Here we go.
Point values are tripled. Top four answers
are on the board. [panels clicking] Gerry: Fill in
the blank. You meet an online
date for the first time, but it’s clear they’ve
lied about their blank — [answer button rings] Wavey: Their age. [cheering] Gerry: “Age!” [bell dings] Wavey: We’re gonna play! [cheering] Geraldine: Hey, good answer! Gerry: Alright, fill
in the blank, Hilda. You meet an online
date for the first time, but it’s clear they’ve
lied about their blank in their profile. Hilda: Their weight. [cheering] Wavey: Good answer. Gerry: Show me
“their weight!” [bell dings] [cheering] Gerry: You meet on online
date for the first time, but it’s clear they’ve lied
about their blank in their profile, Dale. Dale: Their marital status. [cheering] Dale: That lying dog! [laughter] Dale: It’s up there! [cheering] Gerry: Show me “their
marital status!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Dale: But that’s true. Gerry: Is that true? Dale: Yes, it is. Gerry: How do you
know that? Dale: Friends of
mine told me. [laughter] Gerry: It’s not you
we’re talking about? Dale: No, not me. Gerry: Here we go. You meet an online
date for the first time, but it’s clear they’ve
lied about their blank in their profile. Geraldine: Their job. Gerry: Their job. [cheering] Gerry: Show me
“their job!” [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: Gertie, fill
in the blank. You meet an online
date for the first time, but it’s clear they’ve
lied about their blank in their profile. Gertie: Their kids. Gerry: Their kids? [cheering] Gerry: If it’s up there,
you keep going. If not, get
ready to steal. Show me “their kids!” [buzzer sounds] Gerry: Boys, alright. You meet an online date
for the first time, but it’s clear they’ve
lied about their blank in their profile. Keith: They lied about
drinking and smoking. [laughter] [cheering] Gerry: They lied about
“drinking and smoking!” [buzzer sounds] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Number 4! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Number 2! [audience reads answer] Gerry: Okay, nobody’s
reached 300 points, so that means we’re
going to Sudden Death. Give me Jamie,
give me Hilda! [theme music playing] [applause] Hilda: Hi. Gerry: Okay, here we go.
Sudden Death question. For this survey we want
the top answer only. Whoever guesses this
one answer wins the game. Good luck
to you both. The winner of this
plays for $10,000. Name something
repossessors repossess. [answer button rings] Jamie: Car. Gerry: Show me “cars!” [bell dings] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Alright, the Butler
family won the game. Who’s playing
Fast Money? Just two,
just two. Just two people.
Get over there. Here we go.
Get over here. These two are
gonna play Fast Money coming up next.
Don’t go away! [cheering/applause] [theme music playing] Gerry: Alright,
welcome back. The Butler family
won the game, and they’re ready
to win… Audience: $10,000! [cheering/applause] Gerry: Alright, Keith,
David is offstage where he can’t see
or hear your answers. I’m going to ask
you five questions in 20 seconds. Try to give me the
most popular answer. If you can’t think
of something say “pass,” and if there’s time
I’ll come back and read it again. If you and David get 200
points, you win $10,000. You ready? Keith: Absolutely. [cheering/applause] Gerry: 20 seconds
on the clock, please. The clock will start
after I finish reading the first question.
Good luck. Name a sport that
couples play together. Keith: Tennis. Gerry: Name a slang
word for money. Keith: Uh… pass. Gerry: Name something
that goes great with cheese. Keith: Toast. Gerry: Name a
soft fabric. Keith: Cotton. Gerry: Name a colour leaves
turn in the Fall. Keith: Red. Gerry: Name a slang
word for money. Keith: Uh… mama. [timer dings] [laughter] Gerry: Alright, name a sport
that couples play together. You said… Survey said… [cheering] Gerry: Name a slang
word for money. [laughter] You said… Gord: Show me the mama! [laughter] Gerry: Survey said… [buzzer sounds] [audience groans] Gerry: Name something
that goes great with cheese. You said… Survey said… [buzzer sounds] Gerry: I would have
said that. Gerry: Name a
soft fabric. You said… Survey said… Nice. [applause] Gerry: Name a colour leaves
turn in the Fall. You said… Survey said… [cheering/applause] Keith: I did all right. [theme music playing] Gerry: Alright, Keith
got 99 points, which means you need
101 points for $10,000. I’m going to ask you
the same five questions. You cannot duplicate
his answers. If you do,
you’ll hear this — [buzzer sounds] Gerry: I’ll say “try again”
you’ll give me another answer. It’s tougher this time
so we’re gonna give you 25 seconds. Let’s remind everyone
of Keith’s answers. 25 seconds on
the clock. The clock will start
after I finish reading the first question.
Good luck. Name a sport that
couples play together. David: Golf. Gerry: Name a slang
word for money. David: Change. Gerry: Name something
that goes great with cheese. David: Crackers. Gerry: Name a
soft fabric. David: Wool. Gerry: Name a colour leaves
turn in the Fall. David: Orange. [timer dings] [cheering/applause] Gerry: Name a sport
that couples play together. You said… Survey said… [cheering] Gerry: Number one answer.
Golf was the number one answer. Name a slang
word for money. You said… Gerry: Survey said… [buzzer sounds] Gerry: Cash, cash
number one answer. Name something that goes
great with cheese. You said… Survey said… [cheering] Gerry: Number one answer.
Name a soft fabric. You said… Survey said… [applause] Gerry: Cotton, cotton
number one answer. Name a colour leaves
turn in the Fall. You said… Need 31 people
for $10,000. Survey said… [cheering/applause] Gerry: Red was the
number one answer. I’m Gerry Dee. See you next time
on Family Feud Canada! [theme music playing]

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1 Response

  1. JP Mackey says:

    Funny episode. 😂😂😂

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