A somewhat successful five-day-a-week syndicated revival of the classic game show, which was one of the most popular game shows of the 1960s and early 1970s. As before, "Let's Make a Deal" contestants wore outrageous costumes designed to attract host Hall's attention. The contestants, chosen from the 36-member trading gallery, participated in a variety of deals many of them involving luck, chance and intuition. For example, a contestant could be handed $300 and given a chance to trade it for what was behind Door No. 1, 2 or 3, or concealed beneath a box. Sometimes, the prize would be great (such as a car or furniture). Or it could be a "zonk," a worthless nonsense prize, there were many of them, including animals, junked cars and televisions or even the announcers and models dressed in their own costumes! While most games involved luck and intuition, some involved skill (such as ordering merchandise in order from least to most expensive). A frequently-played new feature was "Door No. ...Written by
Brian Rathjen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
First off, I must say that this is a fun game show. Also, since I'm 26, I haven't seen every episode. However, I do know the show very well. Every time I've watched it, I've had a lot of fun playing along and watching. The thing I like most about it are the deals, but the costumes the contestants wear are really goofy. Still, I still have fun playing along. I hope the Game Show Network keeps it on so I can play along and watch again. If that happens, I will be really happy. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that I'll always remember this show in my memory forever. Now, in conclusion, I hope that you catch it one day before it goes off the air for good.
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