$1 Million?

I'm not sure why I didn't blog about this on Monday, but here it is: On Deal or No Deal, the perky (is that an innocent description or a vicious insult?—you decide) contestant was down to her last two suitcases. One case held $200,000, and one case held $1 million. Did her case hold $1 million? She was offered $561,000 by the banker to end the game right then and there. She turned down the final offer and decided to go all the way:


5 comments:

  1. omg, she was almost trampled to death by a horde of leggy models!

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  2. Wow, Deal or No Deal in the US has pink clad dancing ladies to celebrate the wins! Prince, you must use Bin Hoker for Palin. You'll sound truely Northern Irish and she'll be scundered!

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  3. Those aren't leggy models--those are robots!

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  4. eh, that's nothing... wait until the amazing race, with a certain two people you may know competing in it..



    ....yeah, then you'll see dancing at the end.

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  5. What's the point of NBC airing a show that they've already told us the outcome of? Effectively, the show is now five seconds of "OKAY, SHE WON THE MILLION...NOW QUIT WATCHING THIS AND TURN MTV ON" flashing on the screen.

    For a TV show that tries to increase suspense at the expense of every other essential element of production, this is effectively a death sentence.

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