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26th Aug '16 9:07:31 AM erforce
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** [[JamesBond EON Productions']] name stands for "'''E'''verything '''O'''r '''N'''othing: producers Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman were willing to risk it all to make James Bond a successful film franchise.

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** [[JamesBond EON Productions']] Productions' name stands for "'''E'''verything '''O'''r '''N'''othing: producers Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman were willing to risk it all to make James Bond ''Film/JamesBond'' a successful film franchise.
20th Aug '16 10:11:14 AM PrimeEvil
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** [[JamesBond EON Productions']] name stands for "'''E'''verything '''O'''r '''N'''othing: producers Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman were willing to risk it all to make James Bond a successful film franchise.
16th Aug '16 2:47:38 PM MiinU
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* In ''Anime/VariableGeo'', there's no such thing as "second place". Either you become champion, or you leave empty-handed and [[NeverLiveItDown publicly humiliated.]] Hence, the penalty for losing any match at rank 3 and above, means having to [[ShamefulStrip strip and bare themselves to the audience in disgrace.]]

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* In ''Anime/VariableGeo'', there's no such thing as "second place". Either you become champion, or you leave empty-handed and [[NeverLiveItDown publicly humiliated.]] Hence, the penalty for losing any match at rank 3 and above, means having to [[ShamefulStrip strip in the ring and bare themselves to the audience crowd in disgrace.]]



* ''Series/DogEatDog''

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16th Aug '16 12:14:04 PM MiinU
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*In ''Anime/VariableGeo'', there's no such thing as "second place". Either you become champion, or you leave empty-handed and [[NeverLiveItDown publicly humiliated.]] Hence, the penalty for losing any match at rank 3 and above, means having to [[ShamefulStrip strip and bare themselves to the audience in disgrace.]]
29th Jul '16 1:37:54 PM morenohijazo
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* The same system is used in the U.S. show ''Series/FriendOrFoe?''. It's basically the Prisoner's Dilemma, which is the Game Theory game non-economists know about.

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* The same system is used in the U.S. show ''Series/FriendOrFoe?''. It's basically the Prisoner's Dilemma, PrisonersDilemma, which is the Game Theory game non-economists know about.
29th Jul '16 11:46:22 AM Mitis
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* In ''Series/AreYouSmarterThanAFifthGrader'', unless and until a contestant reaches the $25,000 mark, a loss will send them home with nothing. They changed it in the syndicated version. Now, if you get one wrong, you lose what you've won so far, but you're not out of the game. Additionally to the syndicated version, you do get a ConsolationPrize of a prepaid card if you miss the bonus question: $2500 if you had at least that much at the bonus question, or $250 otherwise.

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* In ''Series/AreYouSmarterThanAFifthGrader'', unless and until a contestant reaches the $25,000 mark, a loss will send them home with nothing. They changed it in the syndicated version. Now, if you get one wrong, you lose what you've won so far, but you're not out of the game. Additionally to the syndicated version, you do get a ConsolationPrize of a prepaid card if you miss the bonus question: $2500 if you had at least that much at the bonus question, or $250 otherwise. And no matter what happens, of course, if you win any less than the grand prize, whether through getting a question wrong or taking the consolation prize, you have to look at the camera and say, "I am not smarter than a fifth grader."
29th Jul '16 11:41:45 AM Mitis
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* Literally ''any'' competition on the Creator/FoodNetwork involving multiple contestants will have one person get the grand prize and everyone else leave with nothing except the cooking experience (though that ''can'' sometimes be a good enough prize on its own). Examples include ''Series/CutthroatKitchen'', ''Kitchen Casino'', ''Series/{{Chopped}}'', ''Guy's Grocery Games'', ''Series/CupcakeWars'', and ''The Great Food Truck Race'' (though that one is somewhat of a subversion; the competitors with more tragic motivations, such as a fiancée lost to cancer or a store destroyed by a well-known hurricane, will often have a consolation in that donations will be given to help those causes).
** On ''Cutthroat Kitchen'', each chef is issued $25,000 to use on purchasing sabotages through auctions, so an outcome in which the ''[[PyrrhicVictory winner]]'' [[PyrrhicVictory leaves with absolutely nothing]] is a very real possibility. Though rare, some chefs will spend every last dollar available to avoid receiving something particularly nasty.[[note]]The closest the show has come to awarding "nothing" has been a payout of $300. Interestingly, for a show that encourages spending, [[FlawlessVictory one chef did win "all"]] by [[PacifistRun not bidding in any auctions]].[[/note]]

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* Literally ''any'' competition on the The modus operandi of Creator/FoodNetwork involving multiple contestants will have game shows or competitions is that one person get gets the grand prize and everyone else leave leaves with nothing except the cooking experience (though that ''can'' sometimes be a good enough prize on its own). Examples include ''Series/CutthroatKitchen'', ''Kitchen Casino'', ''Series/{{Chopped}}'', ''Guy's Grocery Games'', ''Series/CupcakeWars'', and ''The Great Food Truck Race'' (though that one is somewhat of a subversion; the competitors with more tragic motivations, such as a fiancée lost to cancer or a store destroyed by a well-known hurricane, will often have a Race''. Usually, consolation in that donations will be given to help those causes).
prizes only come when charity is involved. And even then, there are no guarantees.
** On ''Cutthroat Kitchen'', each chef is issued $25,000 to use on purchasing sabotages through auctions, so an outcome in which the ''[[PyrrhicVictory winner]]'' [[PyrrhicVictory leaves with absolutely nothing]] is a very real possibility. Though rare, some chefs will spend every last dollar available to avoid receiving something particularly nasty.nasty, and less rare, there are chefs who state clearly that they don't care about the money at all, only the win.[[note]]The closest the show has come to awarding "nothing" has been a payout of $300. Interestingly, for a show that encourages spending, [[FlawlessVictory one chef did win "all"]] by [[PacifistRun not bidding in any auctions]].[[/note]] [[/note]]
26th Apr '16 5:01:36 AM jayharrison
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* Literally ''any'' competition on the Creator/FoodNetwork involving multiple contestants will have one person get the grand prize and everyone else leave with nothing except the cooking experience (though that ''can'' sometimes be a good enough prize on its own). Examples include Series/CutthroatKitchen, Kitchen Casino, Series/{{Chopped}}, Guy's Grocery Games, Series/CupcakeWars, and The Great Food Truck Race (though that one is somewhat of a subversion; the competitors with more tragic motivations, such as a fiancée lost to cancer or a store destroyed by a well-known hurricane, will often have a consolation in that donations will be given to help those causes).

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* Literally ''any'' competition on the Creator/FoodNetwork involving multiple contestants will have one person get the grand prize and everyone else leave with nothing except the cooking experience (though that ''can'' sometimes be a good enough prize on its own). Examples include Series/CutthroatKitchen, Kitchen Casino, Series/{{Chopped}}, Guy's ''Series/CutthroatKitchen'', ''Kitchen Casino'', ''Series/{{Chopped}}'', ''Guy's Grocery Games, Series/CupcakeWars, Games'', ''Series/CupcakeWars'', and The ''The Great Food Truck Race Race'' (though that one is somewhat of a subversion; the competitors with more tragic motivations, such as a fiancée lost to cancer or a store destroyed by a well-known hurricane, will often have a consolation in that donations will be given to help those causes).causes).
** On ''Cutthroat Kitchen'', each chef is issued $25,000 to use on purchasing sabotages through auctions, so an outcome in which the ''[[PyrrhicVictory winner]]'' [[PyrrhicVictory leaves with absolutely nothing]] is a very real possibility. Though rare, some chefs will spend every last dollar available to avoid receiving something particularly nasty.[[note]]The closest the show has come to awarding "nothing" has been a payout of $300. Interestingly, for a show that encourages spending, [[FlawlessVictory one chef did win "all"]] by [[PacifistRun not bidding in any auctions]].[[/note]]
5th Feb '16 9:02:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* The terms of the will in both the original novel of ''BrewstersMillions'' and its various film adaptations essentially give Brewster an all-or-nothing challenge; if he spends the original 'inheritance' in its entirety, he gets the full amount, if he doesn't then he leaves with nothing.

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* The terms of the will in both the original novel of ''BrewstersMillions'' ''Literature/BrewstersMillions'' and its various film adaptations essentially give Brewster an all-or-nothing challenge; if he spends the original 'inheritance' in its entirety, he gets the full amount, if he doesn't then he leaves with nothing.
15th Jan '16 7:54:20 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}', some Encore Extra Stage songs require a [[FlawlessVictory Perfect Full Combo]]. If you so much as get one Great, the game will bring the [[GameOver FAILED]] shutters down upon you immediately.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}', ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'', some Encore Extra Stage songs require a [[FlawlessVictory Perfect Full Combo]]. If you so much as get one Great, the game will bring the [[GameOver FAILED]] shutters down upon you immediately.
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