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This Is What Every Single "Deal Or No Deal" Is Like

Missed the last 475 editions of the gameshow? No sweat.

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Each episode still starts with Noel saying that "you should have watched yesterday's show because it was the greatest Deal Or No Deal game ever".

The contestant then shows Noel a photo of somebody you don't know. They explain that they are taking part in this show "for them".

The photo on the right is a total lie. That grandmother really doesn't like chicken.

But then you realise that the game is about to begin. Noel still says that legal disclaimer stuff so we know that this show isn't ONE GIANT FIX.

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He says it so fast you think he's reading out the 'terms and conditions' you hear at the end of an advert on a commercial radio station.

You never see the 'independent adjudicator'! You think "isn't that the person who is on the lottery?"

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Standing still. Looking proud. Writing notes on a clipboard / iPad.

Everyone says over the top stuff about the contestant before they open their box, even though you have only known today's contestant for two minutes.

  1. But now you've got the chance to make this article more exciting.

    Do you want to...

    Deal.
    Or No Deal.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    NO DEAL IS BETTER (because it would have extended the fun by)...

    Silly.

    NO DEAL IS BETTER (because it would have extended the fun by)...
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This Is What Every Single "Deal Or No Deal" Is Like

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