Using a combination of random selection and multiple choice questions, 26 contestants are selected for the podium, from which only one will progress to the Deal Round. In this round, the ... See full summary »
A game show that begins with a group of 30 single women in search of finding the perfect match. Every week, the women are introduced to several bachelors one by one. Each woman stands at a ... See full summary »
Katie Ann Cudaback,
Making a satire out of the entire Late Night Show concept Scotsman Craig Ferguson hosts his show with a robot skeleton and a "horse" as his sidekicks. The show features the stereotypical parts of a Late Show, but all in their own, raw way.
Josh Robert Thompson
Chopper tells the intense story of Mark "Chopper" Read, a legendary criminal who wrote his autobiography while serving a jail sentence in prison. His book, "From the Inside", upon which the film is based, was a best-seller.
Using a combination of random selection and multiple choice questions, 26 contestants are selected for the podium, from which only one will progress to the Deal Round. In this round, the contestant selects one briefcase from 26, and the amount of money in their chosen briefcase is revealed through a process of elimination, by first opening up the other 25 briefcases. As each briefcase is selected, the podium player with that briefcase guesses what amount is in it, winning money if their guess is correct. From time to time, the bank will make offers to buy the contestant's briefcase. When each offer comes in, the contestant has to make one decision - Deal or No Deal. Written by
Additions to the game in 2004 included Megaguesses (random opportunities for podium players to win more money if they correctly guess what is in their briefcase), the Supercase (one of eight amounts ranging from 50 cents to $30,000 would sometimes be offered to a contestant who has taken a deal) and a Second Chance (an opportunity for a contestant to relinquish a deal they had previously accepted and take the amount in their briefcase - whenever it was offered, the chance of this amount being higher than the deal was fifty-fifty) See more »
It's a 1/2 hour show that answers the eternal question.."Just how many commercial breaks can we fit in 30 minutes.".
The answer is 5!!! This is the most annoying, infuriating thing on TV! All the Host seems to say is "We'll be right back." or "Back after the break" or "While you decide, here are a few words from our sponsor" and the most annoying "We will get your answer after these News headlines"!!!! WTF!! Andrew O'Keefe, related to some famous guy who sang a song once... Aaghhhhhhh SOMEBODY GAG HIM, PLEASE.
The show is crap, pure and simple. But the housewives and unemployed seem to get kicks from it so it remains on Australian TV! Great shows arrive and get axed yet this sh!te manages to hold on!! We live in a SICK world.
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