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I quite like the novel approach to this programme. Jasper Carrott has been an ace TV personality for years and it is great to see him back on TV after a period of absence.
The only problem is he does not seem to show much of a comical role as the presenter here. This is not a dig at him, the nature of the show does not allow him to be as funny as he can really be. They should modify it so that he has more of a free form. If you've seen the show, you'll exactly know what I mean.
Through the show, contestant have to eliminate the players they think have killer balls and allow the ones with the most cash balls to go through. When they get to the very end, with two players left and after helping each other work up as much cash as they can, they need to each select if they want to split (share the amount equally) or steal. Surprisingly enough, it's all quite tense.
Brilliant show though.
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