'Celebrity Family Feud': Andy's answer on host Steve's mustache censored, fans ask showrunners to keep it clean
'What's the point? There is no entertainment value for the audience. Throw out the question, and tell them to keep it clean,' a fan tweeted
'Celebrity Family Feud' returned on ABC on June 7 with a hilarious episode featuring Andy Cohen and the cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' Usually, a game show is filled with tension, thrill and tough-to-guess questions, but Steve Harvey's show is anything but that. It is pure fun and thrives on quirky surveys. The idea is to have participants guess the six different answers hundred given by 100 women for each question.
For Sunday's episode, Garcelle Beauvais, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna, and Kyle Richards went head-to-head against Andy and his radio team members John Hill, Amy Phillips, Bevy Smith and Jeff Lewis to win a cash prize for their respective charities.
While it was entertaining to watch most struggle to give the correct answer, fans thought Andy should be canceled from game shows going forward. 'Celebrity Family Feud' aired a couple of days after the much-talked-about 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?' finale, which was headlined by Andy and Anderson Cooper. In the episode, he had difficulty getting a few answers right, and that had viewers riled up.
And on June 7, he almost repeated his performance, leaving fans with no choice but to roast him online. "I just watched the #familyfeud episode with the #RHOBH and Andy did SO bad. He could barely answer any questions and his team almost lost because of him," a fan commented while another shared: "Okay. Stop putting Andy on these game shows. #familyfeud."
That was not all, some even expressed their disappointment over how one of Andy's answers was beeped out. Host Steve asked, "Name something you like to do to Steve Harvey's mustache?" Andy's answer confused the viewers after the makers censored it.
"#CelebrityFamilyFeud is just stupid now. Andy Cohen gave an answer too profane to air, so all we get is a couple of bleeps. What's the point? There is no entertainment value for the audience. Throw out the question, and tell them to keep it clean," a fan tweeted while another wrote: "Hey Hey Andy! This is a family-appropriate type show so we have to tone down the swearing #CelebrityFamilyFeud."
Catch all the new episodes of 'Celebrity Family Feud' on ABC every Sunday.