In one of the biggest losing margins on All Star Family Feud yet, the Neighbours team triumphed over The Project team with 571 points to 41.
Neighbours team captain Olympia Valance led her co-stars Alan Fletcher, Jackie Woodburne and Stefan Dennis to victory opposite The Project team of Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Peter Helliar and Steve Price.
The Neighbours team took an early lead in round one, but The Project team redeemed themselves by winning round two.
A keen Peter buzzed in early during round three which meant he did not have the full question. His answer “Watching TV” was ultimately met with a strike when the full question was revealed: “What’s an after-school activity for which parents enrol their kids?”
On a winning streak, the unstoppable team Neighbours won rounds three, four, five and six. Round six’s soapie-themed question “Name something people do a lot of on soap operas” saw Steve Price answer “Over-act” with a dramatic response from his opposition.
Olympia and Alan headed into Fast Money and scored over 200 points to win $30,000 in total for the Australian Childhood Foundation. The Project team were awarded $10,000 for their charity Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer.
Next week the sharks will take on the lifeguards when the stars of Shark Tank go head-to-head with the crew from Bondi Rescue. Playing for Cerebral Palsy Alliance, Shark Tank’s team will be captained by Naomi Simson with team mates Steve Baxter, Janine Allis and Dr. Glen Richards facing off against Bondi Rescue’s Nicola Atherton, Bruce “Hoppo” Hopkins, Anthony “Harries” Carroll and Jesse Polock, who will be playing for Camp Quality.
All Star Family Feud airs 7:30pm Monday on Ten