Finders Keepers

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Nickelodeon (ended 1989)

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Finders Keepers

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The only way to get in trouble is to leave the room clean.

The game goes like this: two teams battle it out in two two-part rounds. In the first part, the two teams (one red, one blue, both with two contestants each) are read a series of clues and are asked to find the object pertaining to the clue on a giant picture. A correct find nets the team $25 and a room to search. After four correct finds, the teams head into the 'house' and do the same thing as the first half, except this time they get to hands-on tear the room apart in order to find the correct object. A correct find here is worth $50, but if they run out of time, or find the wrong object (which they have to confirm with the host), the money goes to the other team. In round two, it's more of the same, only the money values are now triple for the hidden picture half (to $75) and double for the Room Search (to $100), along with a possible prize if the team gets the Instant Prize Room. Finally, the team with the most money after the two rounds goes on the Room-to-Room Romp, where they have 90 seconds to find and grab object clue cards in six rooms, with each room completed netting the team a prize of growing value.

A syndicated version ran from 1988 to 1989.moreless
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  • Two teams of two must ransack rooms in an effort to find the next clue...

    10
    I started watching this show a couple years ago when I stayed up late to wait for my mom to get home from work. When I first saw this show, I didn't care for it too much, but it's now one of my favorite shows. I also thought it would be fun to ransack a house and throw everything into disarray. In this show, kids do that when they look for an item when they are given a riddle. The only part of this show that I don't care for, is the beginning part where the host is interviewing the kids and asking them questions. Other than that, this show is pretty decent.moreless
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