So there we all were playing deal or no deal with an in-out referendum and Mrs May and the Majority of the Metropolitan Elitist UK Parliament decided we were playing Who wants to be a European.
The Rules of Deal or no deal are different to Who wants to be a European, regardless Mrs May felt able to Phone a friend in Belgium which calls Deal or no Deal a Hunt for Billions ( 35 Billion to be precise) Mr Macron predictably as an officianado of The French version, À prendre ou à laisser (Take it or leave it) Shrugged and cried yes, a chance for audience participation here, after me. “Take it or Leave it”. Mrs Merkel, Die Chance deines Lebens, (more like not on your life!)
What do you get for a Pair?
The Italians who have their own beef with the Endemol ( sorry EU, Franchise) Affari tuoi (pronounced [afˈfaːri ˈtwɔi]; English: “Your Business”) Said well That’s your Business!
Indeed it is the Business of the British people where essentially there are only two boxes on the Table. In or out, Leave or Stay, Yes or No.
If we were playing Who wants to be a European, phone a friend and all, there are of course lots of questions and multiple choice questions at that, but we are not. The EU is not for turning and has remained on its destructive Centralised Federal Soviet course and doubled down on it to boot. EU Military Unification, The EURO currency, really all the things which were warned about in the original Referendum Party Party political Broadcast of 1997.
Just some background on Deal or No Deal.
Deal or No Deal is a British game show which was hosted by Noel Edmonds, based on the format which originated in the Netherlands that ran from 2005 to 2016. The show featured a single contestant trying to beat the Banker as they open 22 identical sealed red boxes assigned to potential contestants in an order of their choosing. The boxes contain randomly assigned sums of money inside ranging from 1p to £250,000. The day’s contestant is selected at the beginning, bringing their box to the chair. As the boxes are opened over a number of rounds, the Banker makes offers of real money to gain possession of their box.
Originally based on the German game show “Die Chance deines Lebens“, the format of the programme’s final round used since 2002 has been exported worldwide by Dutch producer Endemol under the title Deal or No Deal, a title also used for Miljoenenjacht’s lower-stakes sister spinoff on RTL 5, which is based more off the global format and removes the additional elements.
The Political version of Deal or No Who wants to be a Millionaire politics Idol.
Starting 29 September 2014, a new gameplay element, the “Offer Button” was added. The button, situated on the contestant’s desk, may only be used one time during the contestant’s game. When it is pressed, the Banker must make an offer at that point, regardless of how many boxes have been opened at that stage.
The Offer Button becomes available after the opening five boxes are selected. To be able to make use of it during their game, the contestant must correctly guess, within a margin of 10%, the banker’s opening offer. The Banker’s offer is written and sealed in a capsule and sent to the studio before the contestant guesses the amount. On special themed shows, the contestant additionally wins a holiday if the offer within the band is correct but sometimes if the offer within the band is incorrect on the second attempt the Banker gets to look inside their box.
There’s a crude old pejorative, “You’re all wind and Piss” perhaps a new Game show franchise by the same name can replace the Puppet Shows of Democratainment.