Game show contestants are given a polygraph test and asked hard-hitting questions in front of a live audience in order to win a cash prize.
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 Himself - Host (22 episodes, 2008)
Angela Donahue ...
 Herself - Psychologist (18 episodes, 2008)
Kris Mohandie ...
 Psychologist (18 episodes, 2008)
Catherine R. Seldon ...
 Psychologist (18 episodes, 2008)
Mitch Lewis ...
 Announcer (16 episodes, 2008)
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Game show contestants are given a polygraph test and asked hard-hitting questions in front of a live audience in order to win a cash prize.

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23 January 2008 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.76 (2009) See more »

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Terrible
23 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was interested in seeing this show just to see what kind of questions and answers they'd have. I'm so incredibly annoyed with it I will definitely not watch it again.

The annoying host, Mark Walberg (not Marky Mark but the guy who hosted Temptation Island) asks a question. The person in the chair literally sits there and contemplates their answer for 30 seconds. This is a long time when you're sitting there in silence. Plus - these people have already been asked the questions so they know what their answer is. They are obviously told to wait for a suspense effect.

Then, they say Yes or No...and we wait again for the computerized voice to say True or False. In one hour there were only two contestants. The first got through I think 13 questions? The second got through 6 so far (there are 4 minutes left so I assume only one more will be asked).

The audience is annoying too, I think they have little signs above them telling them to "oooohhh" or whistle or clap.

OK, the question that was just asked was if the guy padded his underwear to look bigger. This is ridiculous.


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