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Here are seven times when apparently simple quiz shows felt more like true-crime documentaries: 1. , you know that the most fun part is trying to guess the total of several items added together at the end of the show. That was until Terry Kniess appeared on the US version and guessed the price of a showcase correctly.
But you know full well no-one's going to get it completely right. This had never happened in the 38 years the show had been on air.
And you can tell that host Drew Carey thought: "Nah, no chance you just happened to know that, son," and conspiracy theories arose. It turns out that Kniess loved patterns almost as much as Michael Larson.
He and his wife Linda studied the show for four months, and they realised that nearly every prize on the show had been repeated over and over. Not only was Kniess lucky enough to make it onto the final round in the first place, but he used his studies to predict that the retail price of his showcase would be around ,000.
First thing, I could never love you You sound like richy bitch yo, fuck you But if I did, I'd probably show you that I care By takin' all these other motherfuckers outta here I'd go through your phone book and wack 'em all Then find contestant number 1 and break his fuckin' jaw (What?
The other day I searched the episode on You Tube, only to find it has been almost entirely removed, much to my dismay.Way back when, Martin served as a guest panelist on an episode of the show, and he even played the banjo under such pseudonyms as “The Mad Banjo” and the “Wild Stringed Instrumentalist.” These days, Martin has embraced his inner musical talents, and has released a dozen studio albums—half of which charted at number one on the Billboard bluegrass charts.