A whanau "born Gizzy proud" gave comedian and host Dai Henwood a run for his money on Family Feud.
The Hoepo's came out strong with some unusual calls on the show, causing the audience to erupt with laughter.
Te Rina stumped Henwood with a joke of her own when asked about her background as a Bingo caller.
When the host chimed in with some Bingo jargon, "legs eleven", she spiced things up with some sexual innuendo: "up and down 69".
Lost for words Henwood looked stunned before laughing off the awkward moment.
"Ok Te Rina, lets get back on topic here babes," he said, blushing.
Family member Ben wore a 'Gizzy Aotearoa' shirt and came up with a classic answer.
When asked by Henwood to, "name something that gives you support" he replied: "social welfare".
In another twist Will claimed he had always wanted to, "eat a tarantula".
"It's just one of those things you gotta do," he said, adding he would of course make sure to cook it first.
• Family Feud airs on TV3 from 5.25pm weeknights.