A little sibling rivalry never killed anyone…right? | Family Feud Canada


We surveyed
100 Canadians. Name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of
than the others. [answer button rings] Johnny: Attention. Gerry: Show me
attention! [cheering] [bell dings] [cheering] Johnny: What are we doing? We’re gonna play. Gerry: Okay. I would not of
thought that. The little one
gets it, right. So, we’ll find out
who’s the little one. Is the little
one here? Johnny: I’m right here. Gerry: You’re the
youngest? Joan: He’s the youngest. Gail: He’s our baby. Johnny: I’m the little
one, believe it or not. Gerry: Name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of than
the others, Joan. Joan: Their own bedroom. [applause] Gerry: I had to share a
bedroom with my brother. Show me your own
bedroom. Joan: We did. [buzzer sounds] Altogether: Ohhh!! Patricia: In our
family we did. Gerry: Patricia,
what do you do? Are you in St. John’s too? Patricia: I am. I have an acting
school in St. John’s. I teach children
acting. Gerry: Giving them that false
hope of a career in acting. Patricia: Giving
them confidence and self-love, brother. Gerry: Nice, I love it. [applause] Patricia: That’s what
I’m talking about. Gerry: I think we just
increased your enrolment. That was a good
pitch, good. [laughing] Alright, name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of than
the others. Patricia: Being the
youngest of five girls, I would have to
say freedom. Terri: Ohhh!!! Gerry: You get the most
freedom, the oldest. [applause] Show me freedom! [buzzer sounds] Patricia: Ohhh!! Gerry: Those are
all good answers. I’m surprised. Alright, Terri. Terri: Hi. I’m the oldest. Gerry: You’re
the oldest? Terri: Yeah. Gerry: So you should have
a really good answer. Terri: Just wait ’til
you get my answer. [laughter] Gerry: Well, you’ve
got two strikes. Name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of than
the others. Terri: Discipline. [cheers, applause] Gerry: You believe that? I think you’re right. Terri: Oh, yeah,
that’s truth. Gerry: Because the
third and fourth. Terri: Yeah, go on. You can stay out all
night, who cares. Gerry: Parents just
don’t care as much about the later ones. Patricia: That’s true. Terri: Can’t make the
comment on that, because I’ll take the
hell for it later. Gerry: If it’s up
there, you keep going. If not, get
ready to steal. Show me discipline. [bell dings] [cheering] Andrews: Whoooo! Gerry: Gail, was she a
good sister growing up? Gail: She was but — Gerry: That didn’t sound — Gail: We looked up to her
and hid away from her. Gerry: Alright. You’ve got two strikes. Name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of than
the others. Gail: I’d say
photographs of them. [applause] Gerry: 100 percent! We have no pictures
of our third. [laughing] More pictures. If it’s up there,
you keep playing. Show me more pictures. [bell dings] [cheers, applause] Gerry: Alright,
Johnny, two strikes. Name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of than
the others. Johnny: How about
presents, Gerry. Gerry: Presents? [applause] If it’s up there,
you’re still alive. If it’s not, they’re
gonna steal. Show me presents. [buzzer sounds] Audience: Ohhhh!! [Nashes chattering] Gerry: Who’s the oldest? Amanda: That would be me. Gerry: Name something the
oldest child in a family gets more of than
the others. Amanda: I know from experience,
it’s responsibilities. Shane: Yeah. [cheering] Gerry: If it’s up there,
you get the lead. If not, they’re on
the board first. Show me responsibility. [bell rings] ♪ [applause] Number 6. [bell dings] Audience: Money/inheritance. Gerry: Oh, never
thought of that. Terri: I hope so. Gerry: Number 5. [bell dings] Audience: In
trouble/blame. Gerry: Number 3. [bell dings] Audience: New clothes. Gerry: Aww, no
hand-me-downs.

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