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In "Gametime," Bombeck says that she watched several hours of game shows and was amazed at the wealth of knowledge that came from the women on these shows. Citing their ability to provide answers to questions on an array of topics that include the "fuel formula for the Russian Soyuz XI space flight," Bombeck says that she has personally "gone to pot" on the mental front. She talks about it later with some friends who say that the game shows are not good for you. She cites her decision to question her husband in the manner of a game show she calls "Break Up a Marriage." Jackie says she asks her husband what the most embarrassing moment of their wedding was and he says it was when their children showed up for the ceremony.

Bombeck then makes up a situation in a game...

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