Does Deal or No Deal have a rigged system? Howie, the Banker, the models, and the producer are said to not know what’s in the cases. I think the models know what is in the case because they show a happy or sad expression whenever they open the case. I think Howie is trying to keep the contestants from taking the deal (“you’ll only have to open one more case”) because he’s aware they’ll have a better chance of going home with less money if they keep going.
To ensure that there is no cheating in games shows, accounting firms independently audit and monitor them. You don’t want them on. I mean, if it were my brother, a high school teacher, and he got $94,000, I would want him to leave. The show would be enjoyable even if it were unknown.
I noticed that the models always looked down when I watched the show, and Howie always tried to talk you out of taking the first deal. It made the game more exciting for the audience and lasted longer.
I am as well! I love watching it. Seeing contestants go through all those briefcases and see how much money they can win is fun. It really gets to me when Howie Mandel comes out to play “The Banker” and offers them deals along the way. Wouldn’t it be nice if they would take it? We’d be so bored watching that…
The models on the show always open their doors first, but it isn’t rigged. It is more for their dexterity when opening the door. Not just because they’re curious about what might be behind it!
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Watching The Price is Right doesn’t seem like a good idea to me. The games aren’t that enjoyable, and there isn’t much skill involved in them. The only thing you can do is hope that you get picked for the right price or prize. As there is no real consequence for getting it wrong, it can get pretty boring at times.
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Most game shows are rigged in my opinion. In the 50’s, the scandel was supposed to have changed that. I believe things are rigged for effect. It seems like some people don’t care whether or not they’re rigged, as long as they win money and get on TV! Your thoughts?
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