Minus a billion for the Springer-like epilogue where this fucking deplorable show's writers and host try to take the moral high ground.
Plus one for schadenfreude.
Entertaining, but partly fake, as much of this stuff is scripted and the participants know whats coming up.
I want them to have a sociopath on who completely bucks the polygraph.
|Dummy Rum |
MAXIMUM EVIL ACHIEVED.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I am so (snicker) sorry.
I was unfamiliar with this show until now.
Everyone involved in this deserves a punch in the kidneys.
She knew all the questions possibly coming up, she went on because she figured she could nail the answers and probably had some diabolical plan in mind for the money, most likely involving divorce and a new life with Boyfriend X.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
Hopefully, these people have to pass through a metal detector before the show.
I seriously find myself wondering what kind of idiots even agree to go on a show like this. You've got to be incredibly dumb AND have severe trust issues AND be hilariously greedy/shameless for it to seem even remotely appealing.
HEY HONEY LET'S GO AIR *ALL* OUR DIRTY FUCKING LAUNDRY ON TH' TEE VEE. IF WE DON'T FUCK IT UP, WE CAN GET LIKE A WHOLE MILLION DOLLARS!!!
(my secret fanfic version is the husband KNEW what an awful person his wife was, and coaxed her into doing this, so everyone in the world could see what a dumb piece of shit she is and not blame him when he drops her like a bad habit. No judge in the world would give her alimony now!)
Seems kinda weird she would answer incorrectly to a question that ask what she thinks about something.
So they get all this money if they win, minus taxes, divided by two after the divorce, minus lawyers fees... I doubt they'd end up with much even if they win the game.
And what's Meatloaf doing there?
|doc duodenum |
Saw the beginning of this episode. Boring. I can't believe they didn't call out her age of 26. If anyone looks ridden hard and put out wet, it's this bitch.
|Cinnamon Imperialist |
Boring, fake, et al
Based on the husband's reactions, this must be fake. I'd be screaming at the bitch the whole time.
The show isn't faked. Contestants are asked a ton of questions before they go on the show and then the results are kept secret. Then, they are asked select questions during the actual show where they can either keep the answer they originally gave if they're confident, or change their answer if they think the actual results might be wrong. So, they know roughly what to expect, yes, but it's not really "faked", just arranged in such a way to add television drama. My issue with the show is that I'm curious how you can get true/false lie detector answers that are reliable out of questions that are NOT black/white factual questions. As I understand it, lie detection only works with flat out factual questions like "Is the chair green?" Weird, mental/emotional vagaries like "Do you think you're a good person?" I always thought were the kind of thing that won't give any sort of accurate reading. You can call it true/false, but it's not the same as a fact-based question.
So that's what the "Married ...with Children" live studio audience has been doing since 1997.
Absolute crap. The depiction of people as greedy shitholes is okay, but the depiction of polygraphs as infallible is beyond retarded.
BUT BUT BUT LIE DETECTORS NEVER LIE!!! THEY JUST DETECT THEM!
I'd hit it.
Fucking hate shows like this.
All you have to do is beat a fucking polygraph test and you can win all that money? How do I get on this fucking show?
Well, that or tell the truth.
|Jeff Fries |
OOOOOOHH *shades mouth*
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