Molly Howard, a 2010 Auburn alumna and owner of Studio 3:19 in downtown Opelika, got a chance to compete on the popular game show along with her family this past May representing the Anderson Family
“He was definitely team Auburn,” Howard said of Steve Harvey. “I don’t know if he was doing it just because we were representing Auburn, but that just made it that much better.”
Howard said the show filming itself was “very high energy,” and “so much fun.”
“We were matched so great. We had so much fun with the other families,” Howard said. “So the outcome doesn’t even really matter. You’re going to be able to see how much fun we were having and how much fun the other families were having. We were all cheering for each other.”
But it was Harvey himself, that seemed to be the highlight of the show for Howard.
“Oh my gosh, so much fun,” Howard said. “Somebody will ask him a question and you can just see his wheels turning and you’re just waiting, like, desperately for what he’s going to say because you know, it’s just going be hilarious.”
And while she doesn’t know if made the final cut of the show, Harvey even gave Howard a chance to plug Studio 3:19.
“I was able to shout out downtown Opelika and say where it was on the tracks, like, all that stuff, which was so fun,” Howard said.