Wednesday, September 19, 2007

"Deal or No Deal" 9/19

Tonight's contestant is George Barnes, who is a huge fan of the current Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts. The set is transformed into a football field, and all of the models are wearing numbered jerseys! Also making an appearance are several NFL Hall of Famers! His case of destiny is #18.

ROUND 1:
1. #9- $200
2. #16- $200,000
3. #25- $500,000
4. #2- $500
5. #20- $750
6. #12- PENNY!

FIRST OFFER: $34,000-NO DEAL

ROUND 2:
1. #14- $75
2. #22- $300,000
3. #4- $25,000
4. #19- $50
5. #15- $100

SECOND OFFER: $51,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 3:
1. #6- $10
2. #21- $75,000
3. #1- $1!
4. #7- $400,000

THIRD OFFER: $62,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 4:
1. #10- $1,000
2. #17- $25!
3. #23- $50,000

FOURTH OFFER: A big NFL tailgating package that comes with a 2008 GMC Sierra Denali, tailgating gear, four season tickets to see the Colts, pregame sideline passes, field goal stadium seats and two autographed footaballs. Also, if this deal is taken, he will be named an honorary 12th man for one of the team's home games, and he will have the right to throw the first ball of that game. In addition, a Super Bowl XLII package is added, and he also can take a behind-the-scenes tour of the NFL Network, and have lunch with his favorite NFL star. ARP: $66,900. With a $50,000 cash bonus, the total offer in cash and prizes is $116,900. However, he says NO DEAL.

As a result, the banker decides to give the truck away to one of the people in the audience! Each person in the audience had a football with a number on it. A football was drawn from a Gatorade bin, and whoever's numbered football matched the one drawn won the truck. A man with the #43 ball won the truck.

ROUND 5:
1. #11- $100,000
2. #3- $300!

FIFTH OFFER: $195,000- NO DEAL

His next pick is #13...$5,000! New offer: $237,000.....






...NO DEAL. Next pick is #8....$750,000. New offer: $189,000....







...DEAL! Had he gotten to the final two cases, $5 and $1 Million were left, and the final offer would have been $520,000. His case had....












...ONE MILLION DOLLARS. Darn. Oh well, he would never have won it anyway.

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