Street Smarts

Street Smarts is a United States game show that features two in-studio contestants trying to predict the outcome of interviews of people that were found on the street. The show aired in syndication from October 2, 2000 to September 23, 2005, hosted by Frank Nicotero.

A French-Canadian version, Les beaux parleurs, hosted by Patrice L'√Čcuyer, aired in 2001-02 on Radio-Canada. A British version, Does Doug Know?, aired in 2002 on Channel 4.

Read more about Street Smarts:  Gameplay, Questions Asked, Theme Shows, The $100,000 Tournament, Reruns/Syndication

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