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Warren family appears on popular game show 'Family Feud'

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Thursday night on 21 WFMJ, a local family appeared on the popular game show "Family Feud."

"From my neck of the woods. From Warren, Ohio it's the Peterson family," announced host Steve Harvey.

The episode was filmed nine months ago in Los Angeles. Thursday night the Peterson's hosted a watch party to view their debut on national television from the comfort of their own home.

"We're just a competitive family in general. So getting the chance to see this is just an awesome experience," said Vincent Peterson, II.

The family already knew whether they won or lost, but filming the episode took an hour and a half, and they weren't sure which 20 minutes would make the cut.

"I actually do hope we get to hear a little bit of how my son met his wife," laughed Evelyn Peterson.

That particular story and joke with Harvey never made the air, but one answer during the show got some laughs.

"Alright Vince, name something a man might be afraid to tell his wife to get rid of," asked Harvey.

"Her belly fat, Steve," answered Vincent Peterson, II.

Harvey replied, "So you said belly fat then her face went 'woosh.' Then you tried to fix it. You're going to have to pay for that."

The couple must have worked it all out though Vince's wife is now nine months pregnant with their first child.

In the end, the family walked away empty-handed, but with memories, not everyone can say they've experienced.
 

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