Celebrity Family Feud: Steve Harvey Left Speechless on Comedian's Response

Celebrity Family Feud: Steve Harvey Left Speechless on Comedian's Response

Steve Harvey doesn't seem to stick to his long dictionary of New Zealand slang.

The hosts of "Celebrity Family Feud" were alerted on Sunday night when New Zealand actor and comedian Rhys Darby suggested some new comments in response to what the game is showing.

"'Deceased' is a good way to say someone died. Name one way that's not very good. Harvey asked.

"I mean it: Carked it," Darby replied. As Darby explains, "'What happened to that person?' Like, 'Oh, he kept it', because that's short for 'carcass'.

Another participant chimed in to confirm that there was an "r" in the word. "What?" Harvey asked, still puzzled.

Samba Schutte, one of Darby's associates, was convinced that Harvey was not alone.

"I also need to write letters to these people sometimes," Schutte said.

"Carked it" is a phrase commonly used in Australia and New Zealand to mean that something has died or stopped working.

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