Shaq's Junk Gets Plenty of Discussion on Family Feud

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterAugust 14, 2012

Shaq's junk constituted a huge portion of Family Feud recently, causing Steve Harvey to spend a couple of minutes discussing the finer points of a man's nether regions. 

And the survey says: uncomfortable. 

It all starts when one of the contestants errs on the side of humor when he answers the question, "What's something of Shaquille O'Neal's that is bigger than yours?"

He busts out with "junk," and we all know what that means. It means Steve Harvey is going to go on a near three-minute rant of men's jumblies. He is be-boppin' and riffin' all over the stage, making sure to keep things day-time clean. 

Sure, the contestant should have noticed "body parts" were already used, making way for other possible answers like house, car or gut size. 

Well, then it just wouldn't have been memorable. This particular segment devolved into Harvey referring to his junk as the "Godfather of Soul" and then absolutely losing his mind because of his own genius. 

We then get a rendition of "I Feel Good" from the man who now inexplicably has his own show on NBC. I have never been more upset with Shaq's junk than I am now. 

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