Round Robin is the name of the final segment of the Question Round on Supermarket Sweep. Teammates would alternate between each question, for a total of 6 questions.

10 seconds of sweep time for each correct answer, and up to 60 seconds up for grabs.

Premise[]

The contestants were shown the scrambled letters of a brand name, food, or other item found in the market, and three clues were given that related to the product. The players had to guess the item by unscrambling the letters shown. If no one buzzes in and gives a correct answer after the last clue is given, all three clues are repeated quickly. Players then switch places with their teammates to allow each player to try and answer the next question. They will continue to switch places until the final question is asked.

Variants[]

The Round Robin originally consisted of four questions. It was lengthened to six questions in the Fall of 1990 in order to give all three teams a chance to earn up to 60 seconds (one minute). (During the Twin Car Giveaway Finale, eight questions were used per game, and the contestants were awarded $50 for each correct answer).

Occasionally, during the Lifetime era, five clues were given and no scrambled name was used.

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Can you unscramble this word before these guys do? Here's a hint: It's a candy bar, with buttery toffee covered in milk chocolate.

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Try unscrambling this one! Here's a hint: It's a cereal flavored with honey and tastes like the sweet cracker for which it's named.

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Okay, how about this one? Can you unscramble it?

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Here's another one. I'll give you a hint, it's a red long licorice-like candy.

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How about this word? I'll bet you guys can figure this one out!

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Quick, can you unscramble this one? Here's a hint, it's a type of cereal, and it's slogan is "Two Scoops".

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Try this one out! Here's a hint, it's small cookies that have the letters L & D on them.

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Try this one! Here's a hint, it has to do with cameras.

This is the answer. Say cheese!

How about unscrambling this one? Here's a hint, it's a brand of diapers.

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Can you guys try unscrambling this word? Here's a hint: it's a brand name of cooking oil.

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How about this one? I'll give you a hint, it's a girl's name.

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Try solving this one! It's a type of cracker.

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How about this one? Here's a hint, it's a type of chocolate named for a famous naked lady.

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I'll bet you guys can get this one! Here's a hint, this character says "Eh, what's up, Doc?"

Here's the answer, Bugs Bunny!

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How about this word? Here's a hint, its jingle is "The best part of waking up is _______ in your cup!"

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Here comes another one! The hint is, it's a "fishy" kind of snack.

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Try this one. Hint: This also has to do with cameras.

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Try this one. Hint: It’s a 400-meter run.

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Try unscrambling this word. Hint: It’s a Disney character.