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Airdrie resident's Family Feud Canada run comes to an end in second episode

While they didn't come out on top in their second episode, Levi Selk of Airdrie said the family still had a blast appearing on the popular game show.
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Levi Selk hosted a viewing party for one of the Family Feud Canada episodes his family competed in at his home in Bayside earlier this week.

The Selk family of Okotoks, which includes Airdrie resident Levi Selk as the team's captain, saw their Family Feud Canada run come to an end at the second hurdle. 

The Selks' second episode on the CBC game show – which they earned after beating the Inserra family in a previously aired episode on Monday – saw them take on the Caruana family, from Longueuil, Quebec. 

After four rounds of rapid-fire, survey-style questions, the Caruanas prevailed, defeating the Selks by answering the question, 'Name something you should never use as your computer password.' The Quebec family correctly answered all four survey-supplied answers to move on to the Fast Money round. 

While they didn't come out on top in their second episode, Levi Selk said the family still had a blast appearing on the popular game show. They won $10,000 as a result of their first-episode victory.

"Family Feud was an experience of a lifetime and we were so happy to share our fun adventure with our family, friends and communities!" Selk said in a message to the Airdrie City View. Winning a game was our goal and we couldn’t have been more pleased about the outcome."

For previous coverage on the Selk family's Family Feud Canada adventure, click here. 


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