The first suggestion of the Baldyga family auditioning for TV's Family Feud game show came up as a joke, but soon the family found themselves at an audition at Foxwoods Casino to be on the longtime game show. \u201cI think the whole time through the entire process, we had the feeling\u201d that they could be picked to be on the show, said Kellie Baldyga, one of the members on the show that debuted on Tuesday. On one hand, they wanted to be on, and on the other hand, \u201cwe kind of hope we don\u2019t get picked, it\u2019s super intimidating.\u201d All in all, Kellie said, \u201cit was so worth it.\u201d In the episode that aired on May 14, the Baldygas won the four rounds and got to the final round, \u201cFast Money.\u201d Her sister Kristen and husband Ken took part in Fast Money. They came just shy of the 200 points they needed for the $20,000. They went on to a second game \u2014 which aired this past November \u2014\u00a0but lost. The process Hundreds of families tried out during the March 2012 auditions. There were many steps before getting the final word whether they could be on TV. They first heard about the auditions when Kellie\u2019s father, Ken, forwarded an email from the casino about the auditions. \u201cHe forwarded it to us as a joke, but I took it as \u2018we should go,\u2019\u201d Kellie said. \u201cWe have to at least try.\u201d So they started by sending in a picture of the family and a small write-up about the members who would audition. Five appear on the show, but you may audition seven members. On stage with Kellie \u2014 who is a publicist \u2014 was sister Kristen, a scientist, father Ken, a vice president of human resources, sister Kim, an exercise specialist and Ken, the brother-in-law, a director of admissions. After waiting in line, potential contestants had to \u201cfeud\u201d with two questions so producers could \u201cget to see how you react, and interact with each other,\u201d said Kellie. Then the Baldygas got pulled aside for another part of the interview process at Foxwoods. 'Super excited' to get show date \u201cThe process is long; you have to then wait for a postcard, then a phone call\u201d for a show date, said Kellie. They got the call and \u201cwere super excited.\u201d In the end, the family was flown to Atlanta in July to be on the show. \u201cIf you think you\u2019re being obnoxious\u201d with clapping and cheering on your family, \u201cyou have to do more,\u201d said Kellie. \u201cGood answer\u201d and \u201cWay to go\u201d are two staples most families use to help cheer on the family. "It\u2019s definitely hard being on stage answering questions," Kellie said. "You have to make sure you\u2019re listening to what\u2019s being said, clap for the answers and think of an answer yourself. \u201cYou just have to say the first thing that comes to mind A whole different atmosphere The family tried to practice for their big game show debut. They got an app for survey questions, but actually being on stage with host Steve Harvey and an audience \u2014 it\u2019s a whole different atmosphere. \u201cThey actually say children play this game better than adults do because adults overthink\u201d their answers, Kellie said. Although reluctant to commit to another game show in the future, Kellie was happy she and her family shared their time on Family Feud. \u201cProbably, as a family, it was one of the best experiences we\u2019ve had together,\u201d she said.