I never thought I'd write or say anything like this, but this video is actually made funny by Steve Harvey.
See, Nick is the problem. Nick is the guy who--either deliberately because he's a tool or mistakenly because he's a fool--wasted a perfectly good and potentially crucial Family Feud answer on "junk," which might've been quasi-understandable had "body parts" not already been revealed as the number one answer.
OK, maybe I'm taking this whole thing a little too seriously. I think it has to do with my love and appreciation for the sanctity of all syndicated daytime game shows (I work from home), but Harvey's improvised response--which spans over two minutes--is nearly perfect.
I can't find what the other two answers were, and I don't know if smart-assed Nick and his overly enthusiastic family of similarly aged men won or lost, but I'm thinking that he might have been better off going with something like, I dunno, house, or car, or appetite, or even bed.
Am I over-analyzing again? Sorry, tendencies of a sports writer, I suppose.
It obviously isn't the first time private parts have invaded game shows. In this lady's defense, her answer makes a little more sense (and Harvey's reaction is pretty solid, too):
And we had to know where "something that gets hard when cold" was going to go:
Merely because of the basketball connection, it all reminds me of when Chris Paul was somewhat randomly on the show last year:
(Hat tip on the Shaq video goes to the extraordinary gentlemen at TBJ)