I watched it a couple weeks ago, this woman went on a amazing run, she had every high price boxes left and took all the small boxes out in 3 trys. She got the biggest offer ever in the shwo on the third phone call, for 189,000 , she said no deal. Yeah she left with 5 grand Its amzing how people will gamble like that , even if your getten good odds. 189 K, ill take it so fast.
Personally , I think its a bnuch of actors, who get paid to go deep in the show. Since it wouldnt be fun watching people leave after they open 10 boxes
I saw the beginning of one episode where there was this crazy female reverend going nuts on everyone, especially this gay guy. And there was someone scheming to tell them that he had testicular cancer. I flipped channels for good after a commercial came on.
Anyway, I think I understand the game. Since I a. don't want to keep on losing money after the clock comes on and b. do not find myself to be a very lovable, adorable, sexy, appealing, daunting, convincing, persuasive, etc. person, why doesn't everybody agree to draw a name out of a hat? Random chance to win...I'll gladly take a 1 in 12 or whatever shot of winning a million instead of watching my money freaking slip away as I attempt to convince everyone to give me the money. Since there's a huge risk of losing money, I have no clue why others don't feel the same way.
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