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 Himself (1 episode, 2006)
 Himself (1 episode, 2006)
 Himself (1 episode, 2006)


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Can you have a show where the grand prize is less than 5 grand? you bet your ass!
14 July 2009 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

The Comedy network reigns supreme as one of the best mindless, entertaining and dirty television networks of all time. but lets talk about mindless. You bet your ass is a show that defies mindless. it's fun to watch and play along to, and it also picks your brain in pop culture.

What else can i say? Stewart Francis, the host? he's pretty funny. How about Sitara? What a honey she is! every show she comes up with a new T-shirt with a funny sentence on the front, and is always wearing a short skirt. You can't do much better than that on a small budget. maybe a bikini top, but then again, shows like dog eat dog didn't last too long. sorry Brooke burns!

There are 4 rounds in you bet your ass, titled "Piece of Ass, Dirty dozen, Up your ass, and Ass on the line. in the first round, contestants start with 1000 points each, and they get categories in which they can ask for one or 2 questions (one question means single, 2 means doubling down.) the first question is really easy, the second one is tougher, therefore tripping up contestants who are doubling down. and if they get the question wrong, they lose the points wagered. Singles lose 100 points, doubling downs lose 200. there's also a wild card, which allows contestants to steal 500 points. the Dirty dozen round is where 12 questions are asked to contestants randomly. the questions are all about the answers before. perhaps the first question's answer would be orange, and the question would be "what company makes orange crush?" and so on. the 3rd round is like the 1st, only the point values are doubled and there's no wild card. in the final round, there are 4 categories with 3 questions in each. the contestant with the least points gets to pick the first category, and then he or she must wager points in 3 questions. at the end of this round, the person with the most points gets $500.

then comes the end of the game. The winner gets a chance at $2,000. if he or she chooses single, he or she gets a chance at 1,000, or if he or she doubles down, 2,000. then they get their category, and they have to get the answer to get the cash.

Bottom line, i like this show. it's time well wasted, just like the channel it's on.


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