Whaddya Know THE GAME SHOW
Play the Game | Find the Truth
Phone a friend, come on down,
and get ready to match the stars of your life.
No whammies, just lively conversations
based on questions from The Death Deck.
Celebrity Guest Game Show Host:
A talented actor with three Emmy® nominations, Robert Walden has been in classic movies (All The President's Men), storied and ground-breaking t.v. shows (Lou Grant, Brothers, The West Wing), and starred opposite icons (Rita Moreno, Happily Divorced). He's also a good human being with a love for dogs, a passion for public service, and a gift for teaching.
Friday April 16
5 PM PDT/8 PM EDT
Live on Zoom!
What's Whaddya Know?
INTRODUCTION TO THE GAME
Remember The Newlywed Game? Married partners try to match answers to see who knows their partners best? This is just like that—except it's safe for audiences 13 and older.
We'll ask questions; you'll write down answers. Then compare to see who matches the most.
Click here for detailed game rules and how to play.
GRAB A PARTNER OR TEAM
You can play with one person or teams! Invite anyone who you think you know well or would like to know better.
Wondering who to include? We believe including your health care agent is a terrific idea. If you don't know who that is or might be, check out the Washington State decision-making hierarchy poster here for suggestions.
Remember: the more, the merrier (and informed)!
SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW (GUESSES INCLUDED)
Have you really been paying attention in life?
Leaning on past conversations, interactions, and just what you imagine might be, you'll answer what you think your partner or team member will say.
The questions will be relevant to future healthcare decision-making.
That might sound scary but really they are fun and happy questions. (Mostly.)
Download The Whaddya Know Game Show Kit here.
THE ANSWERS MATTER;
THE POINTS DO NOT
You can totally be competitive in this game. Keep score. Seek bragging rights for knowing the most about everyone.
But remember when all is said and done: it's not the points that matter. It's the answers.
Sharing your goals, values, preferences, and decisions are the most important outcomes — for you and others in your life.
Ready to write this down? Start your advance care planning paperwork here.