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Acting Crazy is a Canadian television game show. Hosted by (who previously hosted Second Honeymoon and Talk About), announced by Terry Reid and produced by Blair Murdoch, the show was shot at the CKVU-TV studios in Vancouver and originally aired on the Global Television Network in 1991. It was brought back in 1994, but it was later put into repeat syndication on Global and its sister specialty channel, Prime Television (now known as DTour), both having shown every episode. GameTV aired 40 episodes of the show until it was removed from the channel's schedule in October 2012. The show no longer airs.

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  • Acting Crazy is a Canadian television game show. Hosted by (who previously hosted Second Honeymoon and Talk About), announced by Terry Reid and produced by Blair Murdoch, the show was shot at the CKVU-TV studios in Vancouver and originally aired on the Global Television Network in 1991. It was brought back in 1994, but it was later put into repeat syndication on Global and its sister specialty channel, Prime Television (now known as DTour), both having shown every episode. GameTV aired 40 episodes of the show until it was removed from the channel's schedule in October 2012. The show no longer airs.
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  • Acting Crazy is a Canadian television game show. Hosted by (who previously hosted Second Honeymoon and Talk About), announced by Terry Reid and produced by Blair Murdoch, the show was shot at the CKVU-TV studios in Vancouver and originally aired on the Global Television Network in 1991. It was brought back in 1994, but it was later put into repeat syndication on Global and its sister specialty channel, Prime Television (now known as DTour), both having shown every episode. GameTV aired 40 episodes of the show until it was removed from the channel's schedule in October 2012. The show no longer airs.
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