Win Ben Stein's Money (1997–2002)
$ale of the Century's beaming hunks Gregorio Gaviati and David Gibbs want to strike a deal with you.
$ale of the Century: It's the thinking man's Let's Make a Deal! When contestants correctly answered enough questions on this Jim Perry-hosted jam, they became eligible to win prizes for giving up points. If you're shocked to find this 1980s U.S. game show featured male models, consider that $ale of the Century's main gimmick is tempting contestants into buying personal luxury gifts,
9. Nancy Pimental, Win Ben Stein's Money
Well after Jimmy Kimmel had moved on, Ben Stein shared the podium of his amazing game show Win Ben Stein's Money with the quippy and very underrated Nancy Pimental. She had the even-keel, can-do demeanor of MTV's great lady VJs like Tabitha Soren and Kennedy, except she enjoyed the luxury of being able to spew constant innunedo.
8. Jaclyn Smith,
According to Deadline, the actor/spokesman -- most famous for playing Ferris Bueller's monotone economics teacher in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," as well as hosting the former Comedy Central series "Win Ben Stein's Money" -- signed a $300,000 contract in January 2011 to appear in commercials for Kyocera printing products. Stein would also have to speak at a Kyocera company function. However, the deal soon went south.
The lawsuit states that in February 2011, Grace Yao, of Seiter & Miller, contacted Stein's agent, Marcia Hurwitz, informing her that there had been concerns raised over Stein's beliefs about global warming and if they were "sufficiently conventional and politically correct for Kyocera." (In the past, Stein has called man-made climate change into question.
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