History Awesome / LetsMakeADeal

24th Oct '15 10:43:08 AM Gimere
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9th Aug '15 2:39:36 AM goldenroad
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* The last episode of the 1971-77 syndicated run, and by extension the "classic" 1963-77 era. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight (specifically, at no point was there a Zonk even ''present'' during the whole show), it ended with a Big Deal win.

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* The last episode of the 1971-77 syndicated run, and by extension the "classic" 1963-77 era. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight (specifically, at no point was there a Zonk even ''present'' during the whole show), show; everybody was guaranteed to win something), it ended with a Big Deal win.
3rd Aug '15 10:43:03 AM Mikeyfan93
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* One of the games played during the 2015 April Fools episode was ''[[Series/ThePriceIsRight Plinko]]''.
29th May '15 2:50:25 AM WarioBarker
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* The finale of the 1963-1977 run. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight (specifically, at no point was there a Zonk available during the whole show), it ended with a Big Deal win (and started with his daughter and son-in-law, Joanna and Paul Gleason).
* In the original version, it was not unheard of for enough traders to decline going for the Big Deal that Monty would eventually start asking Zonked contestants to compete for it (remember, the original rules allowed for two separate traders to play). Any contestant who went from being Zonked to winning the Big Deal would definitely qualify.

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* The finale last episode of the 1963-1977 run. 1971-77 syndicated run, and by extension the "classic" 1963-77 era. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight (specifically, at no point was there a Zonk available even ''present'' during the whole show), it ended with a Big Deal win (and win.
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* In the original version, it was not wasn't unheard of for enough traders to decline going for the Big Deal that Monty would eventually start asking Zonked contestants to compete for it (remember, the original rules allowed for two separate traders to play). Any contestant who went from being Zonked to winning the Big Deal would definitely qualify.qualify.
6th Jan '15 7:54:53 AM tyrekecorrea
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* This is Wayne's first steady TV job since taping for ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' ended in 2003.

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* This is Wayne's first steady TV job since taping for the first American run of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' ended in 2003.
6th Jan '15 7:53:17 AM tyrekecorrea
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* This is Wayne's first steady TV job since taping for ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' ended in 2003.
30th Aug '14 5:26:45 PM goldenroad
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* The finale of the 1963-1977 run. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight, it ended with a Big Deal win (and started with his daughter and son-in-law, Joanna and Paul Gleason).

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* The finale of the 1963-1977 run. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight, sight (specifically, at no point was there a Zonk available during the whole show), it ended with a Big Deal win (and started with his daughter and son-in-law, Joanna and Paul Gleason).



* The occasions where a contestant gives up a car for the Big Deal and wins it. So far it's happened ''five times'' on the Brady version - once for $23,002 in cash, the other four times for another car.

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* The occasions where a contestant gives up a car for the Big Deal and wins it. So far it's happened ''five times'' on the Brady version - once for $23,002 in cash, $23,002, the other four times for another car.
30th Aug '14 4:12:14 PM palmer7
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* The finale of the 1963-1977 run. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight, it ended with a Big Deal win.

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* The finale of the 1963-1977 run. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight, it ended with a Big Deal win.win (and started with his daughter and son-in-law, Joanna and Paul Gleason).
30th Jul '14 10:27:16 PM goldenroad
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* In the original version, it was not unheard of for enough traders to decline going for the Big Deal that Monty would eventually start asking {{Zonk}}ed contestants to compete for it (remember, the original rules allowed for two separate traders to play). Any contestant who went from being Zonked to winning the Big Deal would definitely qualify.

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* The finale of the 1963-1977 run. Besides there not being a {{Zonk}} in sight, it ended with a Big Deal win.
* In the original version, it was not unheard of for enough traders to decline going for the Big Deal that Monty would eventually start asking {{Zonk}}ed Zonked contestants to compete for it (remember, the original rules allowed for two separate traders to play). Any contestant who went from being Zonked to winning the Big Deal would definitely qualify.



* During the week of June 17, 2013, a contestant has a chance to win a car (of course, she doesn't know it yet). She passes up a chance to look behind the curtain to keep an envelope Wayne has given her. The car is revealed. She passes up a chance to take the prize in the small box, choosing again to keep the envelope. Turns out, it was a second chance at the car. He then offers her the Big Box. This time, she gives up the envelope, which contains a zonk. What's in the Big Box? Yep, it's '''the car!'''

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* During the week of June 17, 2013, a contestant has a chance to win a car (of course, she doesn't know it yet). She passes up a chance to look behind the curtain to keep an envelope Wayne has given her. The car is revealed. She passes up a chance to take the prize in the small box, choosing again to keep the envelope. Turns out, it was a second chance at the car. He then offers her the Big Box. This time, she gives up the envelope, which contains a zonk. What's in the Big Box? Yep, it's '''the car!'''[[ForegoneConclusion Yep]].
15th Jun '14 8:38:55 PM IncoG5nito
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* In the original version, it was not unheard of for enough traders to decline going for the Big Deal that Monty would eventually start asking {{Zonk}}ed contestants to go for the Big Deal. Any contestant who went from being Zonked to winning the Big Deal would definitely qualify.

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* In the original version, it was not unheard of for enough traders to decline going for the Big Deal that Monty would eventually start asking {{Zonk}}ed contestants to go compete for it (remember, the Big Deal.original rules allowed for two separate traders to play). Any contestant who went from being Zonked to winning the Big Deal would definitely qualify.
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