I know that Amazon censors reviews, since I been a customer for over 11 years. So I am stating now, that the next paragraph is relevant to a review of a television show, because the kind of people a show is designed to excite and entertain, is relevant to a review of a television show. This is especially true of a Game Show, whether it is designed for higher intelligent people where the winner is always the most intelligent person or skillful person on the show, or it is just basically random luck like this show. Some people looking at Game Shows, are extremely intelligent and prefer only shows where it is NOT almost always random luck who wins on the show, and where intelligence or skill is the most important thing in determining the winner. So things like this are important to include in a review to let people know what type of show it is so they don't waste their time on it.
I find it disappointing that the majority of people in America like a show that promotes gambling addiction, has ridiculous and low intelligent things like that whammy, and where the winner is usually NOT the most intelligent person on the show. So for people who don't like that kind of stuff, you may want to avoid this show.
The only reason I bother to even watch it, is because they do ask some questions that once in a while you learn something new. There was a question on this show once about whether eggs last longer if the pointed end is facing down or up, and it was interesting to learn that having the pointed side down makes the eggs stay fresh longer. I even paid attention in the supermarket, and notice that well known egg companies will almost always have all the eggs with the points down, while "generic" brands, like the supermarket brands, they didn't bother. I learned a number of interesting facts by watching this show, and I find it very disappointing that at the date and time of writing this review, not one other person even mentioned any interest in watching this show to actually learn anything. On the other hand, out of the entire approximately 22 minute episode, maybe only 5 minutes are the total amount of time dedicated to questions, and you can basically just ignore the other 17 minutes of the show.