Howie Mandel Takes It All

My family has found a new game show on NBCTV to watch together, Howie Mandel’s Take It All.

(Actually, we watch it on Hulu. Watch television live? Only if the internet is out!)

On a random note, raise your hand if you remember way back when Howie Mandal had hair?

He’s still a cutie though and I’d hit that if his OCD and various other phobias would allow it!

Anywho, back to the subject at hand, Take It All.

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If you haven’t watched the show yet, it reminded me of that Christmas game Bad Santa or whatever it is called.

Basically the first contestant chooses a door (number, color, symbol, or whatever they are using on that particular episode).

The next contestant could either snatch the prize of a previous contestant or choose to open the unknown prize.

And so on and so forth until the last door is opened and the first contestant has a chance to take from an opponent.

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It is the final head-to-head that I like the best though.

It is where the real battle of the wits take place.

Where the contestants try to cess and/or psych each other out.

The final two battle it out.

If both contestants use Keep Mine, then they both walk away with what they have already won.

If both contestants choose Take It All, then they both walk home empty handed.

 If only one of the contestants chooses Take It All, the final winner gets to Take It All away.

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If you want to learn how to be a contestant on take it all, you have to keep watching the casting page on NBC.com: http://www.nbc.com/casting.

As for me, I would always Take It All.

After all, I am a go big or go home type of gal.

Plus, well, I don’t trust you to screw me over!

~side eye~

How about you?

Play nice or Play to Win?

~Queen Katrina

 

 

 

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