It's because of the . after .com . If you right click the link, choose copy shortcut, paste it into the window, and delete the . at the end, it'll work. Or we can just get Teppan-Yaki or CRZ to fix it. That's why you should always put a space before a sentence-ending period immediately following a URL.
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I wan't Caesar's Challange!!!!!!! but I'm biased ;-)
Also, while scanning channels this morning, I ran across the G4 (Gaming) network, and they were re-running an old Starcade episode. No, not the PPV, the game-show where very young kids had to answer questions about and play actual video games. We didn't get this on any regular basis in the 'Ville when I was growing up so this ruled to see!!!! They played Q*Bert, Crystal Castles, and some game I really don't remember called Guzzler. Check it out if you get the chance!
(edited by DrewDewce on 15.3.03 0703) "You have the right to suffer. You have the right to feel pain. If you wish to have an attorney present, I'll hurt him too!" - The Big Bossman
Originally posted by Teppan-YakiSure; there's always alt.tv.game-shows; but that's really been troll-land a lot lately.
Hey, I'm like, one of three people who are actively trying to keep atgs alive and weather the storm, so we could use all the help we can get!
GSN definately plays the originals to death--the worst example was when they first made a very small number of episodes of Lingo as a test. Each of those episodes ended up running about--well, actually, there isn't enough space on the internet to hold a number that big. B^) Some of the originals are good, especially Lingo, but it does get to be a bit much, and it would be nice to give some other shows a shot. (Bring back Child's Play!)
Still, as long as they are showing vintage episodes of What's My Line~! at 4:40AM, I can't complain too much. They're in 1956 right now, and those shows just absolutely rock.
WinTuition was okay. It was kind of funny seeing the contestants miss first grade level questions. As for the new Lingo, I like the free letter thing in the final spot. After one episode of each, I am mildly encouraged.