Deal or No Deal

Season 4 Episode 19

Episode 419

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 02, 2009 on NBC
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Contestants: Mandy Quigley of Diamond Bar, California and Diane Jorgenson of Ledyard, Iowa

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  • Another Banker Challenge...

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    Mandy Quigley, a drag racer, drove her dragster during her introduction. Mandy had two high cases remaining with eight cases left, but she opened the 500K case next, leaving 300K as the highest remaining case. Mandy took the $35K deal with five cases left. Turned out it was a good deal as her case had 25K in it. Mandy also accepted the Banker's Challenge. She was raised upwards on a harness toward the ceiling. Hanging from a rope were three cases worth $1000, $5000 and $10K. Mandy grabbed all three cases to get an additional $16K, making her total winnings $51K.moreless

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    • Diane Jorgenson said that when she watches episodes of Deal or No Deal, one of her biggest pet peeves is when a contestant opens a large amount and says "Oh, that's okay! That's okay!" For this reason, Diane didn't say this when she opened cases with large amounts, and she didn't allow Howie to say it, either. They could, however, say "That's okay" if a small amount was opened.

    • Diane Jorgenson's daughter admitted that she stood in the freezing cold for hours with her mother while she auditioned for the show. The daughter said that Diane even had a diaper with her because she didn't want to have to leave the line for any reason.

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    • Mandy Quigley, a drag racer, drove her dragster during her introduction.

      Mandy Quigley accepted the Banker's Challenge and won $16,000. Mandy was raised upwards on a harness and grabbed three suitcases (worth $1000, $5000 and $10,000) attached to a rope hanging from the ceiling.

      Mandy Quigley took the $35,000 deal with five cases left. Including the Banker's Challenge, Mandy won a total of $51,000. The only large amount left on the board was $300,000, and as it turned out, Mandy's own case held $25,000.

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