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Let's Make a Deal (TV)

"Vinnie. To what do I owe this?"
"You know that show, Let's Make A Deal, where they make...deals?"

An American game show, most popular in the '60s and '70s, that pitted audience members against the host, Monty Hall, for the opportunity to win cash and prizes. A contestant's willingness to take risks — through making deals — could make him or her a big winner, or it could leave that person with nothing but an embarrassing and useless booby prize, known as a zonk. Vinnie invites Keith to play his version of Let's Make A Deal, complete with incriminating photos of Keith and Mrs. Harmony "she's just a friend" Chase. Harmony's husband hired Vinnie to find out if she's been cheating on him, and Vinnie graciously offers to accept twice what Mr. Chase paid as hush money. It's just a guess, but Keith wouldn't consider this a great deal.

3.07 "Of Vice and Men"

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