Deal or No Deal

Season 3 Episode 33

Episode 333

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 21, 2008 on NBC
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Episode 333
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Contestant John Buonviaggio of Staten Island, New York plays the game with 8 million dollar cases and Britney Lewzader of Gilbertsville, Kentucky plays with 9, as the Million Dollar Mission continues.

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  • 94K, could have been more...

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    John Buonviaggio started his Million Dollar Mission game with eight of the million dollar cases. He started his game strong, and had a record $155K first round offer, but picked three of the million cases in the second round. With eight cases left, he still had two of the million cases in play, but opened one of them with his next pick. John took the $94K deal with six cases left, as the next highest amount remaining after the million was only 25K. It turns out though, John could have had a $303K bank offer with three cases left. His case had $75 in it.moreless

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    • John Buonviaggio briefly held the DOND record for highest first-round bank offer ($155,000) until it was broken by Britney Lewzader ($192,000), who had nine of the million cases in her game. The first-round record was later broken by Katie Henslin in Episode 349.

      Britney Lewzader also set the DOND record for highest second-round bank offer ($244,000). The second-round record was later broken by Susan Cukjati in Episode 346B.

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    • Instead of briefcases, the models had trashcans for John Buonviaggio's game, a former sanitation worker. The cash values were on the inside of the trashcan lids.

      Howie said "Open your can" instead of "Open your case" to the models during John Buonviaggio's game.

      John Buonviaggio took the $94,000 deal with six cases left, leaving the last of his eight million cases unopened.

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