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Survey says! 7 of the all-time funniest moments on 'Family Feud'

Name one game show that has been making audiences laugh for the past 40 years.

If you guessed "Family Feud," you're most likely a viewer of the beloved show, which has invited families from all over the country to compete against each other for cash and prizes since July 1976.

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Al Roker goes behind the scenes of 'Family Feud' with Steve Harvey

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Al Roker goes behind the scenes of 'Family Feud' with Steve Harvey

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The game asks contestants to guess answers to everyday survey questions that have been previously posed to groups of 100 people. Sounds simple, right?

Of course, over the show's four-decade history, contestants have blurted out zany on-the-spot answers that have made viewers howl. The show's fun-loving hosts — including original emcee Richard Dawson and current host Steve Harvey — have helped keep the laughs coming.

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Richard Dawson cracking up

From pregnancy to the Pillsbury Doughboy, here are seven of the game's all-time funniest moments.

1. The time Richard Dawson lost it when a contestant guessed what strangers might talk about. (Stay with it until the end!)

2. The time Steve Harvey was concerned when an enthusiastic contestant screamed "Nekkid grandma!"

3. The time a contestant in the Fast Money round gave a hilarious answer to the question, "During what month of pregnancy does a woman begin to look pregnant?"

4. The time the Brown family shared their knowledge of different cuts of pork ... cupine.

5. The time a contestant pointed out one thing he had in common with the Pillsbury Doughboy.

6. The time two prudent husbands paused before answering a question about the seven dwarves.

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7. And, finally, the time this poor woman was asked to name just one kind of yellow fruit — and failed spectacularly.

Thanks for the laughs, "Family Feud," and happy anniversary!