'Family Feud' Fail Is One For The Game Show Ages
It's really easy to get emotionally invested in game shows, even when you have no connection to the contestants (and even less to the game itself). There's something about rooting for someone to succeed that is primal and so, so fulfilling. (Unless you're a sociopath or something.) So watching the Sass family fail so spectacularly on an episode of "Family Feud" that was rerun earlier this week (via Huffington Post) just cuts to the core of you.

The fail came in the final round of the show. The family only needed an additional 18 points to score the necessary 200 and win $20,000, an amount of money that could easily purchase them a new Toyota or, perhaps, a week-long vacation at Walt Disney World. Anna Sass, of Stockton, California, had to answer one answer amongst the five poll questions given to her by host Steve Harvey. If she got that, then they would win the points (and the money).

Just watch it (in horror). Sass, who is the general manager of a PR agency in California, told The Huffington Post on Wednesday that while the episode was shot last year, the wounds are still fresh. "It brings back all the emotions, the feeling that I had let my family down," she told the site, before adding cheerfully: "We had a great time and we still laugh about the entire experience."
CATEGORIES TV News