Double Dare
Debut: October 06, 1986
Ended: December 20, 2019

Double Dare is one wacky game show, and the most popular & longest running Nickelodeon game show on television. The show pitts two teams of two (later two families of four) against each other in a contest of answering questions & completing stunts known as physical challenges. All while trying win lots of money & the right to run through an obstacle course for eight big prizes. First Original from 1986-1988, Super Sloppy from 1988-1989 & Family from 1990-1993. Host Marc Summers and the Announcer John Harvey (later Doc Holliday). The show later revived in 2000 as "Double Dare 2000" and was hosted by Jason Harris and the announcer was Tiffany Phillips. At Nickelodeon Hotel Suites, there was a Double Dare live show that lasted from 2012 until 2016. In 2018 a new revival of the series began hosted by Liza Koshy with Marc Summers as announcer.

Marc Summers: "I'm going to ask you a question, and if you don't know the answer or think the other team doesn't have a clue, you can Dare them to answer it for double the dollars; but be careful, because they can always Double Dare you back for four times the amount; and then you either have to answer the question or take the Physical Challenge"
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Jason Harris: ""Yeah! Celebrate! Go Crazy!""
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John Harvey: ""Double Dare" was recorded in front of live studio audience at Nickelodeon Studios, Located at the Universal Studios Resort in Orlando Florida."
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John Harvey: "This is your announcer, John Harvey saying see you again next time where the mess is fun and twice is fun on Double Dare."
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Marc Summers/Jason Harris/Liza Koshy: "On your mark. Get set! GO!!!"
Wil Wheaton (on a celebrity edition): "Anybody can fly a spaceship, but how many people get to do "Pick It!" -Wil Wheaton (on a celebrity edition)"
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