8 of the Craziest Game Show Moments of All Time
THE PRICE IS RIGHT: 3-WAY DOLLAR TIE
On Oct. 17, three contestants on the show spun a dollar during the same Showcase Showdown, causing everyone to, well, freak out. All three contestants won $1,000. It was a good day.
FAMILY FEUD: THIS ABSURD ANSWER
On a 2015 episode, contestant Darci Circuit gave the weirdest answer in the history of FF (or anything, for that matter): During a toss-up, she buzzed in to name one thing a doctor might pull out of a person. Her response? "A gerbil." Never forget.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT: ACCIDENTAL CAR GIVEAWAY
On a 2015 episode, one contestant had three chances to correctly guess the price tag of a car. After her first guess, model Manuel Arbelaez mistakenly thought the game was over and revealed the correct price. "Congratulations, Manuela just gave you a car!" Drew Carey joked. All is well that ends well: the contestant got the car.
JEOPARDY: KEN JENNINGS' HISTORIC REIGN
The computer engineer has the longest Jeopardy winning streak of all time. For six months in 2004, Jennings won 74 games in a row, earning more than $2.5 million. Historic.
WHEEL OF FORTUNE: ONE-GUESS WIN
We will never understand how Rufus solved this puzzle after seeing only one letter on the board — a T — and the clue that the answer was an event. We are still stunned.
JEOPARDY: THE MAKING OF A SEX SYMBOL
The country had a collective freak-out in 2015 when Tom Flynn, a sultry-eyed bartender, was on the show and stole the nation's heart with his dashing good looks.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT: WEDDING PROPOSAL
This 2006 proposal warms our hearts every single time.
WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE: THE $2.1 MILLION PRIZE
Kevin Olmstead made history in 2009 when he won $2,180,000 on the ABC game show, the largest prize ever. (The final question? Name the man who invented the first mass-produced helicopter. We'll wait.)