Fox's new quiz show will have one person
singing for a million dollars... There's just one rule...
Don't Forget the Lyrics!
Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Musical Director: Rickey Minor
Announcer: Mark Thompson
Creator: Jeff Apploff
EP: Jeff Apploff, Chris Coelen, Brian A. Veskosky, Greg Goldman, Brad Lachman
Packagers: Brad Lachman Productions, RDF USA, Apploff
Airs: Wednesdays at 9:30p ET & Thursdays at 8:30p ET on
Origin: CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA
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"Make A little love now,
(Like this y'all, like that y'all) Feel the groove, (I feel it, I feel
it now) Make a little love now, (uh ah, uh uh uh, ah) This party's ___
You're always welcome "At
the funhouse" we like to call "Don't Forget the Lyrics." Last time,
Patricia Canale gave a fat $100,00 tip, while Dottie Harris has gotten
to the party songs category after knocking down 3. Let's pick back up
where we left off.
The line before the answer
in the song "Your Momma Don't Dance" was to...and her answer is: To
rock and roll. Will she roll with a correct answer when she locks it
in? Yes.....and it's CORRECT! Her next category: Pop. They are as
She gets Close to You.
Here we go.
Why do birds suddenly
Every time you are near?
Just like me, they long to be
Close to you.
Why do stars fall down from the sky
Every time you walk by?
Just like me, they long to be
Close to you.
On the day that you...freeze it! What's next?
Dottie's answer: were
born, The angels got together. She locks it in....HALLELUJAH! That's
right. Her next one, R&B and she gets Easy by The Commodores. Let's
Know it sounds funny but I
just can't stand the pain
Girl, I'm leaving you tomorrow
Seems to me girl you know I've done all I can
You see I begged, stole and I borrowed ... yeah ooh
Ooh, that's why I'm easy...STOP!
Dottie's answer: I'm easy
like Sunday morning. But will she get rattled by a case of the
Mondays? She locks it in....and it was easy, because it's RIGHT! Her
next category: 1980's. Let's go with these 2:
She gets I keep Forgettin'.
Regulaters! Mount up!
I keep forgettin' we're not in love anymore
I keep forgettin' things will never be the same again
I keep forgettin' how..STOP! how what?
Dottie's answer: you made
that so clear. And she locks it in.....and it was clear that
she's...RIGHT! Her next category: Classic Rock. They are:
She gets the Doobie Bros.
one. Let's rock!
You don't know me but I'm
I was raised here in this living hell
You don't know my kind in your world
Fairly soon the time will tell
You, OKAY STOP!.....she blanks out. and she calls her friend Dave
with: telling me the things you're gonna do for me. And she locks it
in...and we can tell that it's....RIGHT!
She's at $350,000. We have one more for half a million. It's on Rock
and the 2 songs are:
She gets My Life by
Ginu,er, Billy Joel. Let's rock it!
Got a call from an old
friend we'd used to be real close
Said he couldn't go on the American way
Closed the shop, sold the house, bought a ticket to the west coast
Now he gives them a stand-up routine in L.A.
I don't need you to worry for me cause I'm all right
I don't want....TO GO, JUST STOP! What's the answer?
Dottie answer: want you to
tell me it's time to come home. But she uses her 3 lines to make sure,
and it was C. She locks it in......and that...............is........
at $500,000. She's the first one to reach that plateau. But we got one
more song ahead of us. It's the "Million Dollar Song." What is it?
What does that mean? We'll explain.
No genre, information or
if correct, 1 million, if
Those are the ground
rules. And her decision
So she decides not to take the million dollar song and had she gone
for it...well, never mind. On the phone was her daughter Ashley to
spread the good news on national television. And that was it. Here at
"Don't Forget The Lyrics," we make history as you just saw right
there, but we always go by our motto: it's not what you know about it,
it's what you sing about it.