Deal Or No Deal Review

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“Could it be that the contestant that is on the program...”

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 interesting too. The fancy dress episodes seemed to distract from the game and we were glad when the show got back to plain clothes again.

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Guest's Comment

Written on: 22/08/2011

Agree with the above comments. Would add that, for me unfortunately, it is becoming more and more the Noel Edmunds Show and I'm afraid that a man very near pension age, with a ridiculous 60's hairstyle (is it all still his own hair I wonder?), flowery shirts and jeans with a tight belt to hold in his paunch, just makes me cringe.
Three more questions -
1)Why does there need to be anyone who knows where the £250,000 is? It would be very simple to put an amount card into each box; then have a set of numbered cards that are shuffled and one slid into a slot on the outside of each box.
2)Why is so much time wasted in reiteration of the game played the day before?
3)Does Noel really need to do his very best to get each contestant into tears? Good TV that is not! Can't with let Noel have a (well-earned break?) and let Vernon Kay do it? I think he'd be more into humour and making us laugh, than try to make us cry.

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