This popular game show featured nine stars seated in a tic-tic-toe game board. The stars were asked questions, and they either gave the correct answer or a bluff. Contestants either agreed or disagreed with the star's answer. A right judgment placed his/her symbol in the star's square but an incorrect answer placed the opponent's symbol unless it was a win situation. The first player to get tic-tac-toe (three stars in row) was the winner.
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