Four years ago, an Illinois man who appeared on the hit TV game show “Family Feud” said that the biggest mistake at his wedding was getting married — and that man has now been charged with murdering his wife.
On Monday, Timothy Bliefnick was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of a home invasion, the Daily Mail reported. He appeared in court on Tuesday and did not enter a plea. He is being held without bail.
During the show, which was taped in 2019, the Illinois man was asked by host Steve Harvey, “What’s the biggest mistake you made at your wedding?” He answered, “Honey, I love you,” as he directed his response toward his wife, then said, “But ‘I do.’”
Bliefnick then wanted to make sure he clarified his answer when it drew a reaction from the audience, claiming that he wasn’t talking about his own marriage.
“Not my mistake,” Timothy replied. “Not my mistake. I love my wife. I’m gonna get in trouble for that, aren’t I?”
Harvey said there was going to be hell for Bliefnick to pay at home, but said that the only shot that things will be okay is if the answer is on the board. It was then revealed that “I Do” was the second most popular answer.
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