I'm Telling!

NBC (ended 1988)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 1 : Ep 17

    1.17

    Aired 2/6/88

  • S 1 : Ep 16

    Episode #1.16

    Aired 1/30/88

  • S 1 : Ep 15

    Episode #1.15

    Aired 1/23/88

  • S 1 : Ep 14

    Episode #1.14

    Aired 1/16/88

  • S 1 : Ep 13

    Episode #1.13

    Aired 1/9/88

  • Cast & Crew
  • Laurie Faso

    Host

  • Mackenzie Astin

    Himself

  • Sean Astin

    Himself

  • Sean Doherty

    Himself

  • Heidi Zeigler

    Herself

  • show Description
  • Do you have a pesky little brother who follows you around, asks you a ton of questions and just gets in your way? Or a snobbish big sister who hogs the bathroom and grosses you out whenever she kisses her boyfriend? Perhaps kid sister is a tattletale and always reading your diary. Maybe big brother spends too much time bouncing a basketball and not enough time with you ... or on his homework (as his report cards full of C's and D's attests). This game show's for you. Laurie Faso hosted this junior version of The Newlywed Game, as three brother-sister teams competed. In round one, the brothers would be sent away to the Iso Zone while the sisters played. Three subjects were shown & the randomiser would spin as the player stopped the randomiser, then a question was asked to all three sisters. Each player would take a turn on the randomiser. After all three subjects were shown, the brothers returned & the game was on. Each right answer earned points (25-question 1, 50-2 & 75 for 3) while wrong answers ended up in squabbles. Round two was played the same, except the sisters went away & the brothers chose the categories. The points were higher (50-1, 75-2 & 150-3). The game would be over if there was no way the team would catch up mathematically or won outright. If there was a tie, the tiebreaker would have kids guess how many items were in a jar (IE; jellybeans, cookies, etc.). The one that comes closest wins. The winners got $1,000 savings bond while losers got consolation gifts. The winning siblings played the Pick-A-Prize Arcade, where the brother had to guess what prizes his sister would pick & the other way around. Each kid picked 6 prizes by hitting a button at that prize. Right guesses earned them the prize. But if they made 10 matches, they won all 20 prizes! There were eight brother-sisters episodes in the series. They also had two episodes of each for Brothers Day (where on both episodes, a set of brothers didn't bicker because they made a perfect score of 425) & Sisters Day. Plus one celebrity episode where all winnings were donated to charity.moreless

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Ho-hum, just another relationship game...

    By cosmowanda522, May 19, 2006