I don’t know about Broad A or Bro’ B, but I’ve always wanted to hail a cab in the city and hope that those lights flash on the roof and Ben Bailey asks if I know what Cash Cab is. Not that I have a LOT of trivia knowledge, but I’d still LOVE to try!! Plus, for some reason he LOOKS like he should be a cab driver, which makes it even MORE fun.
Thank goodness hubby loves the Discovery Channel, or I probably would never have found it. Now, I’m right there by his side…waiting to see who Ben picks up.
The funniest game show on TV, Cash Cab combines elements of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Family Feud and Candid Camera as taxi driver/comedian Ben Bailey picks up unsuspecting people hailing a cab and gives them a chance to win thousands. To find out where Cash Cab is playing in your area, visit http://cashcab.mgm.com.
I try to catch the show when I can, and now I can catch up on those that I missed. There’s nothing like sitting at home thinking “OMG, how stupid can you be?” when asked a question that YOU KNOW the answer to. NOW I CAN, because Cash Cab is FINALLY in syndication and you and I are able to watch it 5 days a week.
Not sure what station it’s on? Simply look it up HERE > http://cashcab.mgm.com/
What we want YOU to do is to pretend you’re a producer of Cash Cab and come up with a fun question that you’d like to see asked on the show. It can be easy or difficult (this is just for fun). We’ll choose ONE winner RANDOMLY to win a $50 Visa gift card courtesy of Cash Cab.
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- This giveaway is open to US residents, 18 and over and ends on August 7, 2012
- No purchase is necessary.
- Odds of winning are dependent upon the number of entries received.
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