A sadly-neglected concept, nowadays. Right up there with the "Wheel of Fortune" spending spree in which the contestants (used to) spend their winnings on such trite prizes such as A Weekend In San Diego and ceramic statues of Dalmatian dogs. Even Jeopardy! has stopped offering the third-place contestant the electronic version of their home game. Originally, back when board games were respectable, many game shows had a "home version" of their game show, where you could be the emcee.

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