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Host Steve Harvey and Anna Sass on 'Family Feud.' / Screenshot of 'Family Feud'

A Stockton, Calif., family's performance on the popular game show "Family Feud" has people across the Internet talking.

Poor Anna Sass needed just 18 points in the final round to win her family $20,000 on a recently rebroadcast episode of the show.

There were 25 seconds left on the clock as host Steve Harvey read questions like, "Name something your belly does and a place where people keep checking their watch."

Her answers just didn't cut it.

"A lot of my answers were good, they just weren't the right answers," Sass told KXTV Thursday.

One of the questions involved naming an insect that makes noise, and she said pass. Had she said bumblebee or mosquito, noted the station, she might have scored the 18 points necessary to win $20,000 dollars for the family.

"There's a lot of family grief. I don't know if I'll be invited to Christmas this year. They threatened to make me walk home from Georgia," said Sass, her sense of humor fully intact.

Sass received zeros across the board. To make matters worst, the video of her performance has gone viral.

Contributing: KXTV-TV, Sacramento, Calif.



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