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1 vs 100: The Game Show
Do you want the money or the mob?
One contestant will battle 'the mob' of 100 others in an attempt to win big on the game show "1 vs 100". This show followed in ways of "Deal or No Deal" as a social game show with potentially huge payoffs, allowing probability and timing to battle greed - "1 vs. 100" does however a give bit more control to the contestant, as their answers drive the game rather then dumb luck.
The show started with Ken Jennings as a member of the mob, and each week has a different group of people as part of the mob (Mensa members, cheerleaders, teachers, weightlifters, hippies, etc.).
"1 vs. 100" is an import to America, originating in Holland and being an international hit in Sweden, Belgium, Germany, Argentina and Portugal. And, will soon air in primetime on the BBC in the United Kingdom.
1 vs 100 is Back!
On The Gameshow Network
In November 2010, GSN launched a new version of 1 vs 100 launches hosted by Carrie Ann Inaba, who is now one of the judges on Dancing with the Stars.
Watch the Premier of the new 1 vs 100 - Hosted by Carrie Ann Inaba
Which Host Do You Prefer?
Who do you prefer as the host of 1 vs 100?
Which version of 1 vs 100 do you prefer?
Do you like the new 1 vs 100 or did you prefer the version when Bob Saget hosted? Why?
This game is simple.
Either you will win...
or they will win.
The Former Host
As a stand up comedian, actor, and director, Bob Saget has pretty much done it all.
Saget was on Full House from 1987 to 1995. He played the single father of three girls (played by the Olsen twins, Candice Cameron, and Jodie Sweetin).
Being a host is also old hat to Saget who hosted America's Funniest Home Videos from 1990-1997.
By his work on TV, Bob Saget became known in every household in America. Although, anyone who has seen his stand up comedy (or the Aristocrat) knows a very different Saget.
Watch a Clip
Bob Saget: I have three daughters.
Contestant: Oh, boy!
Bob: No, daughters.
Sister Rose: I know the Seven Deadly Sins, but I don't know Pacman.
Bob: Please, please. We lost another beauty pageant winner. A moment of silence.
Bob: (after the question about what helps puts out fires) Who said C: Gasoline?
(#63 raises his hand)
Bob: Number 63, what arson squad do you work for?
Bob Saget Links - ~ The Host ~
1 vs. 100 on Xbox Live - Spring 2009 - July 2010
Released on Xbox live - the game show turned video game 1 vs 100. The pilot season of 1 vs 100 Live was included with a Gold Membership. 1 vs. 100 on Xbox live only lasted two seasons.
Learn more about this game: 1 vs. 100 on Xbox LIVE
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Who are these Mob members, anyway?
A List of Some of the Mob's Finest
Former child stars Todd Bridges and Willie Aames
Kid entrepreneur Jason O'Neill
Medium and profiler Allison DuBois, inspiration for the TV series "Medium"
Dr. Ruth Westheimer
Hip-hop collective Three 6 Mafia
Celeb blogger Perez Hilton
Sister Mary Rose
Poker champion Annie Dukes
World Series Champion MVP David Eckstein
Wink Martindale & Bob Eubanks
Brad Rutter (The guy who beat Ken Jennings)
Soap stars Alison Sweeney, Bryan Dattilo, Julie Pinson, Galen Gering, Eva Tamargo and James Hyde
Olympic Gold Medalists Shannon Miller, Bart Conner, and Nadia Comaneci
The Dahm Triplets
Ross "The Intern" Matthews
Jake, a chimpanzee
Members of Sha Na Na
Television judges Joe Brown, Cristina PÃ©rez, Alex Ferrer, Lynn Toler, and Mablean Ephriam
Play 1 vs. 100 at Home
1 Vs. 100 DVD board game, based on hit NBC show
Electronic tabletop game
Traditional Board Game
Plug it into your TV, and you're ready to play!
Assemble the puzzle, then play the game flipping over puzzle pieces to black out eliminated mob members.
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