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Tune in to WWE week on 'Family Feud'
Survey says it's time to tune in to Family Feud. The syndicated game show hosts WWE week starting Nov. 5, as the male Superstars and the Divas will go head-to-head in fierce, but fun, competition.
Family Feud host John O'Hurley will be joined by Ric Flair, Mr. Kennedy, Batista and Jonathan Coachman on the Superstars team; and Layla, Candice Michelle, Michelle McCool and Maria on the Divas team.
"Family Feud is fun! I watched it growing up. I'm a game show dork, I guess," McCool laughed.
"I love Family Feud, Wheel of Fortune, The Price is Right -- probably those are my top three," the SmackDown Diva said. "And as a former teacher, I have a lot of knowledge, but it's the useless knowledge that comes in handy on that game, to be honest with you."
Raw Executive Assistant Jonathan Coachman is also a big fan of the game show, which has been entertaining fans since 1976.
"I was excited to do Family Feud. It's one of my favorite shows of all time," Coachman said.
WWE week will feature five episodes of outrageous excitement and tough competition as the Superstars and Divas compete to guess the most popular answers to pop culture and human interest questions posed to a group of 100 people.
"It's one of those shows that obviously has been running for so long, so it's a good concept. It's a good show," Mr. Kennedy told WWE.com. "You can play along at home because the answers are relatively easy. It was a great time. I think we bonded a lot, the Superstars and even the Divas, to some degree."
Who will come out on top as Family Feud champions, the Superstars or the Divas? Tune in to Family Feud the week of Nov. 5 to find out! (Family Feud airs in syndication; check your local listings. Visit the show's official Web site for more information.)