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Hosts
Shae Brewster (Season 1)
Candice Dixon (Seasons 2-3)
Broadcast
Flushed
7TWO: 16 March 2015-5 August 2016
Seven Network: 3 July 2017-29 September 2017

Flushed is a children's rip-roaring game show.

Premise[]

Two teams battle it out to determine who wins the prize and who ends up covered in purple sludge. The teams put their general knowledge and strategy skills to the ultimate test.

Round 1[]

Two teams of two players answer ten multiple-choice questions, with correct answers adding time to their game clock. With time on their side, the teams must build a link from a wall-mounted inlet to an outlet in the center of the stage. The teams do this with tubes, which come in a variety of sizes – but strategy is key. The teams' link must pass through speed-links and checkpoints on its way to the outlet. The first team to connect their link wins.

Round 2 (The Major Link)[]

In round 2, the winning team is placed on the show's weekly leaderboard and with 60 seconds on the clock, the winning team must construct a major link from two inlets on either side of the stage, to the centered outlets. Their major link must pass through five strategically placed pylons. Meanwhile, their round one opponents are now trapped inside a glass dome, with a giant dump tank of purple sludge perched precariously above them. Each time the winning team connects their major link to the pylon, the dump tank tips on an angle, bringing the sludge that much closer to dropping.

Winning[]

If the winning team can successfully complete their major link, not only do they win a prize, but they also get to crank a handle, resembling a ship's engine order telegraph control, to tip the dump tank one final time. Their opponents are then "flushed" (drenched with purple sludge). All competitors on Flushed! take away the players prize pack, and any team that wins a major link takes home a major prize. The winning team then became the carry-over-champions and face a new team of challengers. In their fifth and final major link game, the carry-over-champions compete for an ultra prize. 

Every team played 3 times a week, with the top two teams on the weekly leaderboard playing off in the final episode.



Link[]

Yahoo Plus 7 site
The show's description at Ambience Entertainment

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