So from what I gather Deal or no Deal is one of the most popular 'quizzes' on TV right now. I hadn't seen it at all up until a few days ago when it happened to be showing at someone's house.
Is there no skill involved in this game what-so-ever? Is it really just a fool picking random boxes and hoping for low numbers to come up? Is any kind of thought involved at all?
What confused me more is how everyone on the show was acting towards each other. I assumed that everyone was friends/family but apparently they've only just met each other on the show! "Oh Tyrone, you're such a wonderful guy, you've touched the world in ways charities and aid organisations can only hope to achieve *opens box*... £50,000! - Oh Tyrone, I'm so sorry, after all we've been through together :( Let's hug and cry a lil."
For someone just switching on for the first time there's only one 3 letter acronym that can sum up this HOURS (!) worth of viewing - WTF?!
Where's the appeal?!?!