Pictionary is a children's game show based on the board game of the same name, in which two teams of three children competed in a drawing game for prizes. One of the versions was hosted by Brian Robbins, and aired on June 12 to September 8, 1989 with 65 episodes. The show was distributed by MCA TV and produced by Barry & Enright Productions.

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  • Pictionary is a children's game show based on the board game of the same name, in which two teams of three children competed in a drawing game for prizes. One of the versions was hosted by Brian Robbins, and aired on June 12 to September 8, 1989 with 65 episodes. The show was distributed by MCA TV and produced by Barry & Enright Productions. The score was kept by "Felicity" (played by Julie Friedman), who turned a knob to pour plastic beads into a container until they reached the amount of the team's score. Felicity left the show for several weeks during the middle of the run, during which time the score was kept by Robbins. Rules explanations and close calls were handled by a bald, mustachioed judge nicknamed "Judge Mental" (played by former pro arm wrestler Rick Zumwalt) who sat in a mock-up judge's bench atop the scoring device, and would always be booed by the audience upon his introduction. (en)
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  • Pictionary is a children's game show based on the board game of the same name, in which two teams of three children competed in a drawing game for prizes. One of the versions was hosted by Brian Robbins, and aired on June 12 to September 8, 1989 with 65 episodes. The show was distributed by MCA TV and produced by Barry & Enright Productions. (en)
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