Let's Make A Deal (1963)

Season 19 Episode 1

2003- Episode 1

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Aired Unknown Mar 04, 2003 on NBC
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Deal 1 -- Three female contestants were paired with one of three men, each wearing a different outfit (a Scottish kilt, a toga and a grass skirt). Host Bush asked offered each contestant, in turn, $500 in exchange for an unknown item (said to have something to do with the unannounced prize) concealed beneath each costume (i.e., below the waist). The contestant having to grope for said item. Two of the prizes -- beneath the kilt and toga -- were zonks, while the grass skirt led to a trip to Hawaii. • Deal 2 -- A blank check game, where the contestant was presented a $5 check and had four unrevealed spaces (containing either a zero, which could increase the value of the check up to $50,000). The contestant could quit at any time or risk their accumulated winnings that the next space uncovered was an X, which ends the deal and all winnings forfeited. At $5,000, Bush offered the contestant a chance to spend his winnings on a curtain. After the contestant quit with $5,000, he was shown the Chrysler PT Cruiser that was behind the curtain. BTW, the last uncovered space on the check was an X. • Deal 3 -- Five contestants were each given one share of Dealco stock, whose initial value was $500 and fluctuated during the show. The first update indicated the stock rose in value to $800. Each individual contestant could quit at any point and take the cash value of their stock, or hold on to it on the chance that the stock's value would decrease. Update later. • Deal 4 -- A group of five contestants (all college co-eds) were given a chance to win a trip for 10 to Jamacia (worth $26,600) by correctly lining up the prices of five grocery items in ascending order of price. Each contestant represented one product. The group got four of the items correct, but the last item was out of place, so they lost out on the trip (and an $2,500 offer to cancel the deal before the last reveal), but they won $500 for playing the deal. • Stock update -- The value of the stock went down to $400. • Deal 5 -- A contestant was shown a box of candy and asked if he wanted to keep it or pass it to the next player. One contestant won a pair of electric scooters worth $7,800, while the cash amount was eventually announced at $2,900. Yes, there were zonks in this deal as well. • Deal 6 -- Two married couples played. Three women each claimed to be fluent in a foreign language; the couples each could pick one. The first woman revealed she was from a nearby bar, while the other two women represented trips to Finland and the Fiji Islands. The Finland trip was won, while the other couple took a $900 cash buyout before the reveal. • Stock Update -- Worth $1,500 at the close of trading, which each contestant received. All five contestants eventually gave up their winnings on a curtain, which concealed a car that was about to be junked. • Big Deal of the Night -- worth $56,800 (wow!!!). The $5,000 winner (dressed as a pimp) and the woman who won the electric scooters elected to play. The least-expensive deal (a trip to New York and other prizes worth about $8,000) went unclaimed, while the woman won an Aspen skiing trip and other goodies worth more than $26,000. The Big Deal winner took home a plasma color TV, jewelry from Overstock.com and a BMW Z3 roadster.moreless

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    Monty Hall

    Monty Hall

    Host (1963-1986; fall 1990-Jan. 1991)

    Geoff Edwards

    Geoff Edwards

    Sub-Host (1984) a.k.a The All New Let's Make a Deal (1984)

    Vance DeGeneres

    Vance DeGeneres

    Co-Host; Assistant (2003)

    Nicole Pulliam

    Nicole Pulliam

    Model (2003)

    Vanessa Minnillo

    Vanessa Minnillo

    Model (2003)

    Jay Stewart

    Jay Stewart

    Announcer (1963-1977)

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