History YMMV / DealOrNoDeal

25th Jan '16 7:52:54 PM KoopaKid17
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* NeverLiveItDown: Game show fans remember ''Deal or No Deal'' best for starting a DorkAge among the game show genre. Any new game show [[note]](except for the holdovers from the 1970s-90s as well as the American version of ''The Chase'' and the revival of ''Let's Make A Deal'')[[/note]] will make use of the typical ViewersAreGoldfish[=/=]ViewersAreMorons, excessive amounts of {{Padding}}, {{Commercial Break Cliffhanger}}s, and other tropes that the online community really doesn't like.
7th Jan '16 5:16:23 PM Gimere
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* DeaderThanDisco: This show's format, it's WolverinePublicity, and everything else including padding and being directly responsible for the game show genre's worst DorkAge in recent years left it this by the time TheNewTens began, and most certainly this ten years after the program first began airing.
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* DeaderThanDisco: This show's format, it's its WolverinePublicity, and everything else including padding and being directly responsible for the game show genre's worst DorkAge in recent years left it this by the time TheNewTens began, and most certainly this ten years after the program first began airing.
28th Nov '15 6:31:19 PM Mikeyfan93
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* DeaderThanDisco: This show's format, it's WolverinePublicity, and everything else including padding and being directly responsible for the game show genre's worst DorkAge in recent years left it this by the time The New 10's began, and most certainly this ten years after the program first began airing.
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* DeaderThanDisco: This show's format, it's WolverinePublicity, and everything else including padding and being directly responsible for the game show genre's worst DorkAge in recent years left it this by the time The New 10's TheNewTens began, and most certainly this ten years after the program first began airing.
27th Nov '15 3:27:09 PM jameygamer
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* DorkAge: While ''Deal or No Deal'' did revive the genre somewhat and built on the boost ''Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'' gave it, it also convinced the major networks to go full throttle with all the elements that propelled the genre into its most severe Dark Age since the Quiz Show scandals of the 1950s, which is still in effect for ''DOND's'' 10th anniversary in 2015.
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* DorkAge: While ''Deal or No Deal'' did revive the genre somewhat and built on the boost ''Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'' gave it, it also convinced the major networks to go full throttle with all the elements that propelled the genre into its most severe Dark Age since the Quiz Show scandals of the 1950s, which is still in effect for ''DOND's'' 10th anniversary in 2015.2015 (only the holdovers from the [[Series/WheelOfFortune 80's]] [[Series/{{Jeopardy}} and]] [[Series/ThePriceIsRight 90's]] plus the ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' revival have escaped this, although ''Series/TheChase'' is doing OK).
27th Nov '15 3:24:14 PM jameygamer
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* DeaderThanDisco: This show's format, it's WolverinePublicity, and everything else including padding and being directly responsible for the game show genre's worst DorkAge in recent years left it this by the time The New 10's began, and most certainly this ten years after the program first began airing.
27th Nov '15 3:21:40 PM jameygamer
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* DorkAge: While ''Deal or No Deal'' did revive the genre somewhat and built on the boost ''Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'' gave it, it also convinced the major networks to go full throttle with all the elements that propelled the genre into its most severe Dark Age since the Quiz Show scandals of the 1950s, which is still in effect for ''DOND's'' 10th anniversary in 2015.
4th Jul '15 7:27:58 AM KoopaKid17
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** Proof if proof were needed that game had a lot padding is that, on the U.S. version, recordings of a single player's game could take upwards of 8 hours. 8 hours. For one contestant. For one-hour show (without commercials).
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** Proof if proof were needed that game had a lot padding is that, on the U.S. version, recordings of a single player's game could take upwards of 8 hours. 8 hours. For one contestant. For a one-hour show (without commercials).
3rd Jul '15 10:18:06 PM KoopaKid17
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** Proof if proof were needed that game had a lot padding is that, on the U.S. version, recordings of a single player's game could take upwards of 8 hours. 8 hours. For one contestant. For a 45 minute show.
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** Proof if proof were needed that game had a lot padding is that, on the U.S. version, recordings of a single player's game could take upwards of 8 hours. 8 hours. For one contestant. For a 45 minute show.one-hour show (without commercials).
3rd Jul '15 9:41:47 PM KoopaKid17
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* DesignatedVillain: The Banker got hit with this hard in the American versions with Howie relaying his "advice" and the contestants often being taunted into taking deals.
14th Feb '15 3:21:46 PM Usagi1992
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** A Website/YouTube user chopped out the filler in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmZFHjQfx-o the January 3, 2007 show]], and got an episode just [[spoiler:2:47]] long. Need further proof the show wasted time?
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** A Website/YouTube user chopped out the filler in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmZFHjQfx-o the January 3, 2007 show]], and got an episode just [[spoiler:2:47]] [[spoiler:2:46]] long. Need further proof the show wasted time?
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