During a prom-themed episode of "Let's Make a Deal," one guy got awkwardly friend-zoned.
Game show icon Monty Hall, who co-created and hosted the original Let’s Make a Deal, has died of heart failure at the age of 96, the New York Times reports. He passed away on Saturday in his Beverly Hills, Calif. home. Hall launched Let’s Make a Deal in 1963. It first premiered as part of NBC’s daytime line-up before moving […]
It was a wild week in game shows. One contestant cried, one contestant suffered through an odd joke from Alex Trebek, and one contestant got a little too personal.
This week in game shows on Let’s Make a Deal, one lucky fella tried making the biggest deal of his life when he proposed to his girlfriend. She wore a prisoner’s uniform, he was dressed as a cop, and fortunately for him, she chose not to exercise her right to remain silent. She said yes!
When Alex Trebek went over to the contestants for his usual mid-show banter session on Jeopardy!, he probably wasn’t expecting to get an ear full about the sex habits of Japanese men. On Let’s Make a Deal, host Wayne Brady paid an audience member to help him celebrate his birthday.
In a special Mother’s Day edition of The Price is Right every contestant featured was a mother. Well, a mother to be that is. The audience was full of expectant mothers and most of the prizes catered to the need for infant care. Granted between the car seats and baby monitors there were still cars to be won. There was even a $1000 spin on the wheel! Talk about bidding for two.
With the College Football Championship just around the corner, everyone has football on the brain. Except Terry, that is. On Jeopardy!, during a category titled “Colleges By Team Name,” the clue “Crimson Tide” was given.
University Challenge on BBC2 is a show that matches the wits of British University student quiz teams. There was a special guest model on The Price Is Right, co-host of The Talk Sheryl Underwood, and she was ready to take the reins in more ways than one.
On Family Feud, contestants were asked to “name something you’d hate to find out that you still had to do every day in heaven.” Naturally, Steve Harvey had a lot of fun with the initial answers, but after seeing some of the answers that appeared on the board, Harvey declared it was “the worst survey they’ve ever done.” Over at Celebrity Name Game, the “Names That Sound Naughty” category flustered contestant Tony R. in more ways than one. A fake mustache challenge really made us shake our heads on Let’s Make A Deal, and on The Price is Right, self-fulfilling prophecies came true in the form of a new car.