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VIDEO: Eyes On the Prize

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Eyes On the Prize
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Length: 23:13
Aired: 2/17/1992

When Will appears on a television game show and picks his brilliant cousin, Carlton, to be his teammate, Will's not-so-brilliant friends, Tyriq and Jazz get their revenge by arranging to appear on the show as the opposing team. watch

VIDEO: Eyes On the Prize

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Eyes On the Prize
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Length: 24:00
Aired: 2/17/1992

When Will appears on a television game show and picks his brilliant cousin, Carlton, to be his teammate, Will's not-so-brilliant friends, Tyriq and Jazz get their revenge by arranging to appear on the show as the opposing team. watch

VIDEO: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Eyes on the Prize

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Eyes on the Prize
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Length: 23:10
Aired: 2/17/1992

When Will appears on a television game show and picks his brilliant cousin, Carlton, to be his teammate, Will's not-so-brilliant friends, Tyriq and Jazz get their revenge by arranging to appear on the show as the opposing team. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 The Rose Parade TV Show Series, Host
2002 Most Outrageous Game Show Moments TV Show Series, Host
2001 Card Sharks TV Show Series, Host
1996 The Newlywed Game TV Show Series, Host
1993 Family Secrets TV Show Series, Host

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Amazing Race's Brook and Claire: We're Proud We Helped Make History

Home-shopping hosts Brook Roberts, 27, and Claire Champlin, 30, may have missed out on becoming The Amazing Race's first all-female champs — but don't think they're disappointed. "We're proud we helped make history. We're so happy for [Nat and Kat]  because from Day One, we talked to them and said, 'We're going to be on that podium, so let's help each other out,'" Claire tells TVGuide.com. "To be standing next to them in second place was a huge accomplishment for us." So how close were they to first? Find out below — and if Claire has eaten watermelon since her face-smashing Roadblock.

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Finale Watch: Dexter and the Race

As big finishes go, Dexter's was a nail-biter, leaving us pretty breathless — though tripping over at least a few loose ends along the way. The Amazing Race on the other hand coasted to its finish line with minimal suspense — but maximum satisfaction in crowning the first all-female champs, the likable doctor duo of Nat and Kat, who stayed comfortably in first place for the entire last leg. The unflappably perky Home Shopping hosts Brook and Claire landed in second, amusing themselves and the audience all the way to the end. Everyone seemed pleased, and even the ultra-competitive last-guy-standing Thomas (who ran afoul of an L.A. cabbie who'd never heard of the Internet) took his defeat like a pro.

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Who Won The Amazing Race 17?

SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the winners of The Amazing Race 17.

After logging in more than 30,000 miles over 10 countries, doctors Nat and Kat, home-shopping hosts Brook and Claire, and dating couple Jill and Thomas face off for the $1 million on The Amazing Race 17.

Amazing Race's Nick and Vicki: We regret taking the six-hour penalty

The final three travel from Seoul to Los Angeles, where ...
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I saw your comments last week ...

Question: I saw your comments last week about Gameshow Marathon, which seems to appall you. As a big fan of the classic '70s and '80s game shows, I have actually found Gameshow Marathon to be a guilty pleasure. It does have a couple of major flaws, but if tweaked a little, it could be very enjoyable summer fare. As for its faults, I think having C-list celebrities playing for charity takes any element of suspense out of it. Also, Ricki Lake is just not a good fit as the host of the games — she obviously knows her stuff, but her voice and style are just soooo annoying. But on the plus side, the faithful re-creations of the classic game-show sets are satisfying in a surreal kind of way. And I really like the concept of the tournament. This could be a fun summer show if it were played with real people (not celebrities) for their own cash and prizes, and if the games themselves had hosts who were more in the traditional host mold. Of course, most of the original hosts are no longer with ... read more

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