Wild Animal Games w/ Alex Ptak

Ribby Ribby, Everybody! Alex Ptak of Pod Damn America and Ballin’ Out Super joins Jordan in discussion of Ryan Seacrest’s first hosting gig, and learn life lessons about Birds of Prey (don’t let them into a studio full of children). Is Jordan going to be cancelled? Ask him on Twitter!

In “Pricing Game Spotlight”, we take a look at Shell Game.

We also review the game show “Wonder Ball” on BBC and take a look at Double Dare’s Season 2 changes including it’s Tournament Style presentation now.

And yes, we do conclude with the news last week about Alex Trebek.

The Apprentice w/ Matt Christman

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Chapo goes on “Game Shows”, as New York Times Best Selling Author, Famous Twitch Streamer and Game Show Prize Winner Matt Christman from Chapo Trap House joins Jordan in a discussion about the game show that made The President of the United States who he was, rather or not it could have been prevented, and if there is a possible way to get a time machine to fix any of this (Spoilers: Nope) Feel free to check out more episodes of Chapo Trap House through their Patreon.

Also, “Mystery Price” is featured on Pricing Game Spotlight, but i gotta tell ya, it went by pretty fast.so I had to introduce a brand new segment called “The Rich List” and take a look at 7 Cancelled Game Shows Networks Need to Reboot.

Don’t forget the ongoing social media campaign to get me an audition to host the revival of the game show “Card Sharks” - #JordanForCardSharks

Oh Sit! w/ Jack

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It’s the BIG BIRTHDAY EPISODE, and Jordan welcomes his close, personal friend from the podcast Fun Time Calls, Jack! as we talk about a game show based on a party game, Oh Sit!

He also plugs my patreon, which is very nice of him, and I go through everything game show related in my life, and conclude with the yearly segment - “What is Your Favorite Game Show?”

Temptation is talked about on “Pricing Game Spotlight”

You can also check out Jack on Twitch and YouTube!

Cash Cab w/ Uncle Howard

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Pillow Talk’s Uncle Howard joins Jordan in the big city of New York, to talk about the game show that takes place inside a Crazy Taxi, Cash Cab. Will the Social-Media Shout Out be helpful to them or will they get kicked out and have to go to the Times Square Olive Garden.

In the news segment, we talk about Jordan’s friends making a game show on twitch (Are You The Knowledge Lord?), Jordan’s favorite childhood game show returning to television (Press Your Luck) and the game show Jordan has most confidence in hosting, also making a return (Card Sharks)

Ripkord is discussed on “Phone Home Game”, and it’s many game show on offer, and on the 110-Part “Pricing Game Spotlight”, we break out seven one dollar bills to play “Lucky Seven”.

#JordanForCardSharks

Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? w/ Jeremy Hammond

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Jeremy Hammond of Two Minutes to Late Night and Ballin’ Out Super (and Ballin’ Out GOOD TIMES) joins ACME Agent Jordan Hass in talking about the Educational Computer Game turned Children’s Game Show “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” and how people might be horny for the globetrotting thief, and how we could never see a game show like this return anytime soon. Plus, a whole lot of news gets dropped onto Jordan’s lap and he’s going to cover as much as he can, as fast as he can, while introduce a new segment “The Phone Home Game”

Also, Double Digits is discussed on the 110-Part Series “Pricing Game Spotlight”

Also, check out the new BALLIN’ OUT TWITCH

And for usage rights, thanks to Sean Altman for the “Carmen Sandiego” theme
And thanks to Rockapella for “Carmen Sandiego 2020”

I Love Money w/ Franklin

Let’s enter the simulation, as Jordan welcomes Franklin of the Blue Ribbon nominated podcast “Pillow Talk w/ Franklin and Uncle Howard” as they talk about “I Love Money” and Franklin gives a Deep Dive into not only this show but other VH1 reality shows, and conclude with their love of Star Wars, The General AND TWINS!?!

Also, “Range Game” is featured on “Pricing Game Spotlight” and a quick review of “The World’s Best” and “Small Fortune”

Endurance w/ Brandon Parnes

In the first of hopefully many more episodes, Jordan welcomes Brandon Parnes of Brandon’s Entertainment Universe and Please Welcome Your Host for what could be the closest thing to a deep dive in a guest episode thus far - with the Reality Competition Show “Endurance”. Figure out what podcast they both listen to, and also follow him on twitter, maybe?

He also has a blog about stuff as well, which is over at BlogOfBP.com

Also, “Give or Keep” is discussed on Pricing Game Spotlight

Card Sharks

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Aces are High! Twos are Low! Play your cards right, and win the dough… ONNNNN CARD SHARKS! Jordan talks about the high-low game show and his personal connection with them. Which is better - surveys, standees, wits and wagers estimation or practical joke tee-hees?

Also, the money cards is discussed, a GREAT BONUS ROUND.

Also, “Money Game” is discussed on “Pricing Game Spotlight”

The Masked Singer w/ Jack Allison

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Jordan’s Niche Podcast has finally hit the big time! We got the star of JackAM and Struggle Session himself, Jack Allison, to talk about a show he is deeply confused by -The Masked Singer! Will the guy who thinks “The Good Place” is a baby show and ate too much chips and salsa at El Torito on Doughboys, have a fair assessment? Will we go to the entire episode without bringing up the UCB? Tune in!

Strike It Rich

Jordan quickly goes through his disappointing week of game shows, before talking about a show that flopped in America, but became cult-television in the United Kingdom, Strike It Rich! Concluding with a way the show could work if it returned to America.

Also, on the Pricing Game Spotlight, one of Jordan’s favorite pricing games “Most Expensive”!

The Genius w/ Reese

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Jordan reviews Common Knowledge in the first part of the show, and then welcomes Reese from Video Games Are The Worst Thing On Earth to talk about the South Korean reality television series “The Genius” and bends the rules into their favor, so they don’t enter the Death Match in the quest of garnets.

There are some good clips to watch, such as the moment in the Open, Pass game that was talked about and the REALLY COOL OPENING SEQUENCE.

I hope you all have a wonderful time listening to this great episode!

The Moment of Truth

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Is there an honest person left in America? The time has come to face… The Moment of Truth. A game show that shows how far people would go to win $500,000 and how questions could mislead audiences into thinking they said something worse than it was… until something worse happens.

Also, Five Price Tags is discussed on Pricing Game Spotlight!

Russian Roulette

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Watch Your Step! Jordan returns to his solo-podcasting by talking about the Game Show Network original series “Russian Roulette” and the fun of seeing people fall down a hole! In the “Pricing Game Spotlight” we take a look at the obscure pricing game “Double Bullseye” that somehow only lasted four episodes.

Look forward to more guest episodes soon!

Video Power w/ Oko C Nella

Jordan welcomes his FIRST GUEST to “Game Shows I Suppose” and it’s Oko C Nella! from Twitch! In this first “Guest Host” episode, they look at an episode of the Video Game Game Show “Video Power” and talk about it’s possible impact on modern gaming, and how it could be modernized for today.

As this is NOT a “deep dive” episode, there isn’t a “Pricing Game Spotlight”, instead Jordan takes a few minutes before hand to quickly review the two game shows that debuted this week - “The Masked Singer” and “The Titan Games”.

Have questions to ask for the show? Ask me in the contacts form, jordanhass@gmail.com or through my discord! (contacts form is more for professional contact info, so best way to reach me is the gmail or discord)

Thank you so much for all your encouragement! <3

Supermarket Sweep

Let’s go WILD through the aisles and discuss the many iterations of Supermarket Sweep, from it’s original edition in the 1950s, to the one most popular in the 1980s and 1990s. To it’s revival in the early 2000s because of repeats and slightly bring up it’s appeal around the world, including Dale’s Supermarket Sweep.

I also talk about another game where time is needed, “Clock Game” on The Price is Right. I’m lonely.

EDIT: I didn’t bring up the backstory of how the show came to be, because time was running out.

The Million Second Quiz

New York City, Ryan Seacrest, a Ticking Clock… for many this could describe “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” but for Jordan, it could only mean one thing - The Million Second Quiz on NBC!

In this episode, Jordan looks back at the 11-day event quiz, featuring a subway halfway-home, a broken game format and contestant horror stories. Concluding with a way to make a reality-game hybrid, that could have an app and online content.

And on Pricing Game Spotlight, a look at the first RETIRED PRICING GAME, Bullseye 1!

The Cube

In the exciting third episode (of this three-part pilot episode) Jordan figures out if he has what it takes to beat “The Cube”. That’s right, Jordan finally talks about international formats! A show that was a success in the UK but failed when it reached it’s pilot stage here. He also plays “The App” on-air, because he’s a professional.

And in our “Pricing Game Spotlight” - a look at Double Prices, a very basic game that was the last of the three games on the first episode of “The Price is Right” (why yes, I did intentionally make THREE pilot episodes because one for every pricing game on the pilot episode of The Price is Right)