1 vs. 100
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edit How the Game Originated
The idea for the show was thought up by game show host Bob Saget. He got the idea while being mugged by 100 bank robbers during the New Year's Eve celebration in New York City. This made him think "Hey, If I got beat up this much by humans, then imagine how much complete dumbasses would get beat up by hungry lions?" The next day, he went to NBC Studios, who immediately approved the idea for television.
edit Rules of the Game
In 1 vs. 100, a constant is only allowed three mince pies, a helmet, a bullet-proof vest, and a sword. A typical round lasts about 5 minutes. At anytime during the round, a contestant can use one of three helps, such as free kill, feed the lions steak, and just end the round already. After each round, host Bob Saget tallies up the number of lions dead and multiples it by a million dollars. Every three rounds, Saget asks the constestant if he wants to leave with the money (and his remaining limbs), or if he wants to keep fighting the lions. If, by some miracle, the constestant kills ALL the lions, then he wins 1,000,000,000 dollars.
Originally, instead of killing lions, the contestant answered questions, but that stopped after negative 2 hours, when the producers found out that the contestants couldn't answer the questions. Or, for that matter, count to 4.
edit Past Winners
edit 1 vs. 100's Immense Popularity
After three episodes, 1 vs. 100 became the top primetime attraction on NBC, thus surpassing fellow game show Deal or No Deal and NFL's Sunday Night Football. 1 vs. 100 set Neilsen boxes on fire with its 10.2 rating, and has been nominated for three primetime Emmy Awards. I really don't get the whole concept, but I guess people like watching their own blood or something.
edit So, Where do they get all those fucking lions?
edit The 'Strayan Version
Because the show had people getting chased by large mammals, the Australian government brought the show in as a documentary on marraige. They made one change to the rules, whereby now instead of allowing the contestant armour, they just make the player a bogan, so that they can just throw stubbies and say "FARK!" a lot for protection.