Family Feud has been gracing our television sets for over 30 years. It’s easily one of the greatest game shows of all time as each week, two different families compete against each other to win cash prizes by guessing the most popular responses to general survey questions.
The show is hosted by Steve Harvey, who has gone viral for several reasons in the seven years since he took over the show—but this one is different.
The clip features a face-off between Michael, a history teacher, and Terry, a U.S. Marine.
Steve Harvey presents the survey question, “We asked 100 married men, which of the seven dwarfs describes your wife in bed?”
Both men who were previously ready to beat each other to the buzzer and earn points for their families, now stood still. Neither in any rush to hit the buzzer.
Their sealed lips and the looks on their faces says it all.
Both husbands shook their heads at the idea of speaking about their wives in the bedroom.
Harvey waits expectantly for one of the men to provide an answer. After all, this IS for cash.
Finally, after what seems like forever in game show time, Terry hesitantly reaches for the buzzer.
“This is just to get on the board,” he says. “Is it Bashful?”
As soon as the words left his mouth, Terry quickly turned back to look at his family, certainly bashful himself about the question that was posed.
Harvey then turned to Michael who was not about to risk anything but the chance for his family to kick off the next round. The contestant passed on his turn altogether to avoid talking about his REAL prize back home.
“There’s a guy over there that this meant nothing to him,” Steve chuckled as he pointed at the man who threw the round for all the right reasons.
Terry ultimately took the round, but both men proved that chivalry is far from dead.
Check out the viral clip for yourself below, which has now been viewed over 20 million times:
The Internet has erupted in praise over the respect that both of these husbands showed.
And for the record, the top answer to Steve Harvey’s survey question was “Happy.”