You had one job. To give a different answer to this "Family Feud" question than your teammates.
This game show screw-up is so painful, so frustrating, and yet... we can't look away.
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Host Steve Harvey called the clip posted to the game show's Facebook page: "The greatest television that won't be seen." Please note: expletives are used in the above clip.
Things start out simple enough. Harvey asks contestants to tell him another way that people say "mother." And, oh mother, things go downhill from there.
Sheila's team decides to play after winning the face-off question with "Mommy." Then they guess "Nanny" and "Nana," neither of which are on the board. Then we meet... Sheila.
Sheila guesses "nana," but with a slightly different inflection in her voice. Yes, it's the same word that was just said. She follows up with "Mommy," once again using a different inflection. Reminder: This answer is already on the board. Her third answer? "Mommy." Again.
After Harvey tap dances around the stage and leads the audience in a sing-along, we'd like to tell you Sheila finally gets her act together for her fourth and fifth attempts at guessing.
We'd like to tell you that. You'll have to watch the video (above) to find out how Sheila handles it.