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Deal Or No Deal (U.S. Syndicated Game Show) - History
... Originally, Mandel planned not to host the syndicated version, as his asking price to host it, in addition to the prime time NBC version, was considered to be outside of the ... Arsenio Hall was first considered to be the host, and even taped a pilot for the syndicated version, but was later passed over ... NBC also had concerns that the syndicated show would harm the prime time show, as Who Wants To Be A Millionaire had suffered from overexposure ...
Let's Make A Deal - Format - Big Deal - Value
... Big Deals on the 1963–1976 version varied in value, but generally ranged from $1,500–$5,000 ... The weekly syndicated version featured Big Deals worth $7,000–$15,000, with the runner-up deal frequently featuring prizes such as cars, furs, or trips, that would normally be part of a Big Deal ... During the 1975–1976 syndicated season, Big Deals were worth between $8,000–$10,000, meaning a trader could leave with almost $30,000 if they also won the Super Deal ...
Make Me Laugh - Syndicated Version
... On Van's version, contestants (who were selected from the audience) that lasted the full three minutes had their winnings doubled to $360 also, a celebrity guest would play the last round of each episode ... A number of then-unknown comics appeared on this version before going on to greater fame among them were Bob Saget, Howie Mandel, Gallagher, Gary Mule Deer ... The theme music for the 1970s version was entitled Laugh, and was performed by Artie Butler and the Big Boffers ...
Milijonar Z Jonasom - Gameplay Rules - Lifelines
... versions, the answers eliminated were not random but were pre-selected as the ones the contestant was least likely to pick ... syndicated version's debut in 2002, two answers were randomly removed when a contestant chose to use the lifeline ... This change was also made on the UK version of the show when host Chris Tarrant emphasized that the selection was random in 2007 ...
The Price Is Right (1956 U.S. Game Show) - History - Afterward
... In the early 1970s, Mark Goodson was preparing a revised version of The Price Is Right for syndication and CBS daytime dubbed The New Price Is Right, which incorporated elements of the ... for Monty Hall on Deal, was selected to host both versions of the reincarnated show however, he hosted only the syndicated version as CBS insisted that Bob Barker ... While the syndicated version lasted only until 1980 (Barker replaced James on the syndicated version in 1977), the daytime version has been on the air five ...

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    It was because of me. Rumors reached Inman that I had made a deal with Bob Dole whereby Dole would fill a paper sack full of doggie poo, set it on fire, put it on Inman’s porch, ring the doorbell, and then we would hide in the bushes and giggle when Inman came to stamp out the fire. I am not proud of this. But this is what we do in journalism.
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