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Minute to Win It Game Show Review

Updated on April 23, 2013

Minute to Win It is a fun game show produced by Mundo Fox network where contestants have one minute to win some hot prizes. You have to be physically fit and fairly good looking to get on this show. Minute to Win It is not for the faint of heart. There are many physically challenging games and nearly impossible tasks that have to be completed by the players in order to win the prize money. If you are interested in being a contestant on this show, I suggest getting into top shape and practicing some of their games at home. You can visit their website to get more information

How did I find out about this wonderful show? I was actually a paid audience extra on Minute to Win it or Un Minuto Para Ganar as they say it in Spanish. Now I do not speak much Spanish, however, the host Marco Antonio Regil is very entertaining and he really made the experience worth while. Some people won money for very legitimate causes, while others just had a lot of fun.

I was not too fond of the comedian though. This guy kept attacking everyone in the audience and almost made one girl cry. Very rude guy and not too funny either. I guess he must be that way to overcompensate for his extra weight. However, I know there are also a lot of very nice fat people so this is not really a great excuse.

Also, the episode I was there for had a bunch of Bard High School student in the audience and during bathroom breaks they were given the preference over older folks like us. This really wasn't right and some people almost urinated in their pants. You know how it is they are exploiting poor people since they know we are desperate and need money. Even when they did allow us to go to the bathroom, they stood outside the door and were rushing us to get out. I felt that I was treated like a slave or some sort of a wild animal. It was by far the worst experience I have ever had being a part of a studio audience. Something really needs to change.


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