On the program, a former Family Feud contestant who is suspected of killing his estranged wife made light of the fact that he married her.

In a 2020 edition of the game show Family Feud, 39-year-old Timothy W. Bliefnick and a few members of his family competed.

According to FOX News, host Steve Harvey questioned Bliefnick on the program about her greatest wedding misstep.

I adore you, honey, but you’said I do,'” Bliefnick answered. “I adore my wife, so please don’t blame me. I’m going to have problems for that, don’t I?”

According to FOX News, the episode was initially recorded in the fall of 2019.

In connection with the death of his 41-year-old estranged wife Rebecca Bliefnick, who was discovered dead in her Quincy, Illinois, home on February 23 after failing to pick up their children from school, Bliefnick was charged on Monday with two counts of first-degree murder and home invasion, according to WGEM.

When the murder occurred, the pair was in the middle of a divorce.

Their separation lasted two years, according to reports cited by Bliefnick’s lawyer Casey Schnack.

Sales executive and former football star at Quincy University in Illinois, Schnack’s client, asserts his innocence, she said.

She claimed that he had never been detained for assault, domestic battery, or any other violent offense. “He had a full-time job… The community put a lot of weight on authorities to make an arrest. Regardless of the other conditions, the estranged spouse will obviously be the top suspect.

She said, “He was involved in the neighborhood. “He coached youth sports. He participated enthusiastically in this church. He was well-known by many individuals. This family’s current situation is incredibly unexpected. He is your typical Midwestern, all-American patriarch.

Rebecca’s house had signs of a break-in, according to Schnack.

According to evidence that has been sent to the crime lab and additional evidence that has been gathered along the way, Schnack said, “and that’s an allegation that [police] are still investigating into.

“There was a broken window, but I don’t know if the window was smashed from the inside or the outside,” she continued.

Family and colleagues are currently lamenting the loss of the cherished nurse. Rebecca was put forward for the 2020 worldwide Daisy Award, which recognizes exceptional care, according to an online obituary. She also served as a traveling nurse during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and was a certified trauma nurse and sexual assault nurse examiner.

She devoted her life to her three sons while also working as a volunteer for an animal rescue organization.

Her boys were her entire universe and her greatest gifts in life, according to the obituary. She was the epitome of a “boy parent,” as evidenced by the fact that she built Transformers costumes for Halloween that actually changed, made unique “first day of school” posters every year, and enthusiastically participated in sports activities like fishing and frog hunting.


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