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catnap1972

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TANLMAD 1/31/20 oddities
« on: January 31, 2020, 07:59:47 PM »
Wondering if the "door number 4" people picker prop was malfunctioning on the day of taping?  Instead of that showing up, Monty hands out envelopes to several people, one of which has $1000 and nets the recipient the shot to spin the wheel to win the car (person kept their money).

In addition, we get a Big Deal that isn't even worth $9000 ($8706).  Ended up being a car at least.

TimK2003

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Re: TANLMAD 1/31/20 oddities
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2020, 09:50:26 AM »
Wondering if the "door number 4" people picker prop was malfunctioning on the day of taping?  Instead of that showing up, Monty hands out envelopes to several people, one of which has $1000 and nets the recipient the shot to spin the wheel to win the car (person kept their money).

In addition, we get a Big Deal that isn't even worth $9000 ($8706).  Ended up being a car at least.

There was an episode that aired a few months back where the number picker malfunctioned -- only the first (left) digit displayed but there was no 2nd (right) digit.  After a moment or two of pause, Monty just declared that number as the winner. So instead of 30 something, he went to contestant #3. 

IIRC, in the same episode; there was another gaffe where they revealed a zonk before a decision was made by the contestant.

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Re: TANLMAD 1/31/20 oddities
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2020, 10:39:17 AM »
I remember another ep where Monty picked two players and gave each a basic this-or-that choice, but gave one player both good prizes to choose from, the other both zonks.
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Re: TANLMAD 1/31/20 oddities
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2020, 10:47:03 AM »
I saw the 1/31 episode and had the same thought about the people picker's malfunctioning. I also remember the one that Tim mentioned with the missing second digit; it was a bit awkward.