Robber Dinero

"No free lunch," my father used to say.

Except on game shows.

I often wonder why people apply for Jeopardy! or Survivor when other game shows offer considerably easier money.

Deal or No Deal and the either/or pricing games on The Price Is Right handsomely reward contestants for little or no effort.

Don't look now, but Fox wants in on the inaction action.



In a dramatic new television experiment, a diverse group of nine strangers are locked in a bunker, where they'll remain until they decide who is worthy of a 1.5-million-dollar cash prize. There is a catch, though, because the longer it takes to make a unanimous decision, the less money there will be to win.

I say choose someone immediately and then divide the money. Of course, that will never happen because C.R.E.A.M. (get the money / dollar, dollar bill, ya'll).

depict how the world would look if it were run by canadians
(and everyone was one)

tyra brings us the story of brokeback mountain using real-life examples