The graphics are fairly static and minimal. Jeff Foxworthy serves as the host of the game, just like in the show. He's there, but in a blocky 3D form that lacks any detail. Lips don't move when he talks to you, and he only has a few random animations. The group of 5th grade students that join you in the game are even worse looking. They stare at you, unblinking, through glassy eyes and misshapen heads.
At least you can look away. For some reason, you have a first person view that allows you to look about 45 degrees to your left or right. It doesn't contribute anything valuable to the game, as you can only look back and forth between Foxworthy on your left and the children of the corn on your right. It might have been interesting to be able to look at the audience, but I'm a little worried about what they would have looked like anyway.
But then, games based on game shows don't have a great track record as far as looks go, so you don't go in expecting great graphics. The menus and buttons are at least simple and easy to understand. As for sound, you'll hear Foxworthy's voice as he banters you throughout the game as well. It doesn't seem like he has any new material exclusive to the game, and he starts to repeat his jokes pretty soon anyway. You can turn off voices or music if you get tired of it all, and you probably will.
I'm saying low production value shouldn't hurt a game show game, but I was hoping for something different for once. Game show games have always had an empty, almost disturbing feel to them for me. Maybe it's all the repetitive audience applause tracks and start-and-stop music. An experience that is a little more seamless with a real TV show would be welcome.