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Written on: 18/01/2015
The worst aspect of this game show is the way Noël Edmonds constantly ignores the fact that it is totally a game of chance and promotes the notion of 'lucky numbers' and 'lucky boxes'. It is particularly abhorrent when someone makes the sensible choice to take the money rather then risk going on and they carry on to see what might have happened. If they then have a higher amount at the end he makes out they made the wrong decision and keeps digging it in how much they could have had, or in… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2014 by Kirklandhp297 (1 review written)
Surprised no one has had a heart attack, Real fixed game, dont need to be psychic to predict a game, especially when Noel starts his Speil. You know it is going to be what he doesnt want it to be or so we are led to beleive. Used to be good and genuine but not any more, I think that it is fixed no one wins anything like they used to, PUSH OF A BUTTON AND INNARDS OF BOX CAN BE CHANGED !!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2014 by NylahTobin (1 review written)
This is TV at it's very worst. Edmonds the most annoying man on TV. Everything about it is garbage. Contestants need a reality check. Please find a room with only myself the banker and edmonds in it. Please do not forget the phone too as I know where to put it… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2014 by ratcliffe515 (1 review written)
Deal or no deal is just full of people with sad soft soap stories hoping to win big instead of doing an honest days work. As for the so called pilgrims I thought I was watching CBBCTV. My 3 year old grandson has got more sense. As for Noel Edmonds and the Banker, they should be but in a box each and buried… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2014 by petergwd (1 review written)
wow Three whole days in Prague,what a fantastic HOLIDAY. who wants 2 weeks or 1 week,this is definately the sort of expensive HOLIDAY anybody would want. 1/2 a day organising and spent in the airport going and the same coming back so youve got TWO whole days to unwind and relax on your HOLIDAY. What more could you ask from a HOLIDAY… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2014
To be fair, I used to enjoy the show but to be honest it has gone downhill from here. It's has become sickeningly filled with Noel Edmond's idiotic jokes and digs at the contestants. Particularly in today's show, I could not bare watching Edmond. What is more frustrating is watching Edmond state the obvious and worsen the situation at hand- I could not imagine being a contestant on the show. I would lose my nerve! I hope he gets sacked!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2013
This tv show is getting worse. I now record the show so I can skip all the silly jokes and pointless comments. As for Noel Edmonds he used to be professional and entertaining but now he is rude and takes some of his comments way to far. It's a shame really because I like the game itself and the older shows, but the show is seriously going down hill… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2011
I have watched the show since day one. Have just watched my last show. Cannot watch the constant silly walks and inane chatter to and fro with the banker. I have been recording the show so that I can fast forward all the time wasting, but cannot be bothered anymore. Shame as I like the game itself. Not alone in these comments quite a few friends and family feel the same… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/08/2010
I love Deal of No Deal and have watched it from the first episode. As for Noel Edmunds, what a corker he is, especially in his airline captains outfit this week grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. I am in my mid seventies (with grandchildren, great grandchildren, healthy, fit, young thinking, love life etc) I would be his trolley dolly any day of the week. Well done Noel, you really have got a show to be proud of.
Sheila, Suffolk… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/06/2010
Could it be that the contestant that is on the program has been previously chosen and puts on an act of surprise? Why? -- Because Noel has already got their card with their details on the table before the show begins.
I would prefer a straight game without all this sickly silly "men kissing when the 1p comes up) and Noel sometimes gets to rudely personal with his comments and critisism of the contestants.
The actual game is very entertaining. Noels winkle picker shoes and different shirts are… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2010
Noel Edmonds has done this show over 1000 times - he does it in a professional manner but he overdoes the "sincerity bit" now in the latest philosophy of the program originally he mocked competitors who dealt early now he is dripping with concern. Cant believe its the same man who did chicken imitations - but it is. Also until recently he gleefully described on countless occasions the evilness of the banker - no longer - he now reward bravery !!! There is no consistancy in the evaluation of… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2009 by caroline lewis (1 review written)
Noel is very good as the presenter of Deal or No Deal, but I feel he needs to watch the way he speaks to the older contestants, this spoils the viewing for me. However, I like watching the journey of the contestants and how they bond as a family. lovely family viewing. can't miss it… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/02/2009 by paddler (1 review written)
Deal or no Deal provides a fascinating insight into the personalities of the individual contestants and their human characteristics. The sequel to each show after a contestant has dealt is disappointing and could be greatly improved to compete with if not equal the excitement of the opening rounds up until a deal is accepted. I enjoy this programme and often share my thoughts about each show with my wife. However, I feel that the tension and the excitement is lost after contestants have dealt… Read Full Review