I don't know why all the hype around this show, which is not much more than an updated version of Monty Hall's "Let's Make a Deal," except there aren't the silly costumes or the three doors. Instead of dressing up, the contestants show just how greedy they can be on national television, with money hungry family members sitting nearby to egg them on. The show's main features are both silly and sexist. The unknown "banker" who phones in offers... silly. The 24 models who open the briefcases... what's the point? They make a point at the show's outset that neither the host, the producers or the briefcase models know what is in each case, yet the models mug and simper and try to pretend they know, or somehow have some influence over what in in their case. And why just female models? Why not an equal mix of men and women? Rampant sexism. Quite boring after the first 15 minutes.