When does 'Celebrity Family Feud' return? Steve Harvey show goes on 2-week break again
'Celebrity Family Feud' returned with an encore episode on ABC this week. While the network has not made it clear why they were doing so, this has been an ongoing trend with a handful of shows. The idea is probably to expand the season as much as they can. Tonight, Steve Harvey hosted Andy Cohen and the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'.
The episode aired on June 7, Sunday, and was being called one of the funniest ever. Usually, there's a sense of tension in such game shows but the guests were having the time of their lives guessing the survey questions. But when the time came, they were equally serious about winning a significant amount for their charities. Garcelle Beauvais, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna and Kyle Richards competed against Andy and his radio team members John Hill, Amy Phillips, Bevy Smith and Jeff Lewis.
Even though fans were left entertained by Andy's antics, some of the viewers thought that he should be canceled from game shows. The TV presenter's general knowledge and IQ levels were severely criticized back then because he could barely answer questions. Most were livid because it came on the heels of 'Who wants to be a millionaire?' finale, where his performance, according to viewers, was equally shoddy.
Not just that, there were concerns about how one of his answers had to be beeped out. He was asked: "What would you do to Steve Harvey's mustache?" While the survey answers to that were funny, Andy made an inappropriate guess, which further angered the viewers. Dropping the F-bomb is hardly ever taken lightly these days and Steve understands that. Previously, when he was hosting the NFL champs, Bruce Smith, during the timed round, gave the funniest yet awkward answer to: "If Captain Hook was moonlighting as a handyman, he might replace his hook with what tool?" Bruce said penis.
Steve moved on to the next question without realizing what he said. But when he did, he couldn't stop himself from saying: "What the f**k did he say?" He apologize repeatedly for swearing in front of a live audience and on TV. In his defense, he was stunned to have received such an answer.
'Celebrity Family Feud' will return with an all-new episode on July 26, Sunday.