Contestants were drawn from the studio audience and encouraged to participate in games outside their declared area of expertise - using the show's title as a chanted catchphrase. Young would subject incorrect answers to a good-natured ribbing, drawing on his talents as a stand-up comedian.[original research?]
When creator and lead producer Sandy Scott left to work on a revival of the Family Feud format for Seven, the network dropped a planned third season of C'mon from its 1987 lineup. Tony Young resumed a radio career in his native Adelaide. Since 1995 he has worked as a media consultant.