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  • TVSquad Talks About "VS."
    Saturday, August 19, 2006

    Please don't murder me. I can't explain why, but I was always a fan of the old Comedy Central show called "VS." Maybe it was because Greg Proops is, in my opinion, the funniest improv actor in a long long time. I also enjoyed the format, and I can't quite explain why. What are your thoughts on the old show? Man, it came out in 1999 also. I didn't realize it was that old.

    By the way, I would like to appologize for the lack of updates. I just got done moving, so updates will be regular yet again.

    TVSQUAD ON VS.
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    3 Comments:
    • Permalink, Blogger Jordan Hass said…

      Could I Post It Here?

      Anyway, this show had MXC-based teams such as "Baseball Umpires" vs "Cafeteria Ladies" and each round they had a question relating to whatever their field is, they could answer the question for $100 or challenge the other team so they could answer it for $100, if they were wrong the daring team gets $200.

      they doubled it in round 2 and then the final question was a wager. i believe the most you could win was like $7500. divided by 3 people, it's better than Chain Reaction!

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Marc412 said…

      Actually, Jordan, it was more like this:

      Two three-person teams competed in four rounds. The teams were always opposites of some kind, like Beverly Hills against Compton, men against women, or cowboys against Indians (people from India, not Native Americans).

      Round 1 is general knowledge--4 pairs of toss-up questions, each with a "Win Ben Stein's Money"-esque category name. Each one is worth $100, with no penalty for a wrong answer.

      In round 2, each team has a stack of five questions. The team in control can take a question from their own stack, OR take one from their opponents' stack. A right answer from a team's own stack is worth $200, while a right answer from their opponents' stack is worth $400. A wrong answer incurs a $200 penalty.

      Round 3 is one-on-one. One player from each team plays at a time. Each player will be asked three questions, each worth $250, plus or minus. Each question can be answered with one of 3 choices, and a player can ring in any time. After each player has had his turn, the team with the higher score wins the game, keeps their cash, and advances to the Grand Finale. The runners-up will get parting gifts.

      The Grand Finale is so named because the winning team can earn an extra grand if they can answer the question correctly. They get a choice of two categories--an insanely difficult-sounding one and a simpler one. After the question is read, the team will have 10 seconds to confer before they are called on to answer. If they're right, it's worth $1,000. If not, their opponents can steal the thousand.

       
    • Permalink, Blogger Jordan Hass said…

      thanks for correcting me Marc :)

      I knew someone would remember!

       
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