The contestants on this reality show are given a brief case with 100,000 dollars inside and they have one hour to hide the brief case. Then detectives have 48 hours to locate the brief case... See full summary »
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Paul Bishop ...
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Mary Hanlon Stone ...
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The contestants on this reality show are given a brief case with 100,000 dollars inside and they have one hour to hide the brief case. Then detectives have 48 hours to locate the brief case and if they do so, they get the cash but if they fail, the contestants get to keep the cash. Written by Cadenmcging

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2 August 2011 (USA)  »

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Take the Money and Run  »

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Rubbish
19 August 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This show is terrible. A couple of people are given a case with $100k in it and told to hide it. They can hide it wherever they like. They are then 'arrested' and the investigators have 48 hours to question them and track the case down. The investigators have access to their phone records though cannot listen in to the calls.

This show would be so so easy to win. Simply go to a UPS office and mail the case to yourself. Leave it in a left luggage office and mail the ticket to yourself. Meet a friend and then hide it at someone else's house. The possibilities are endless. Every hour you are under arrest just keep counting the $1000 you are earning every hour.

Absolute rubbish and a real con as the first contestant was an IMDb listed actor.


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