Noel talks about the dreams and targets of some of the contestants, Peter wants to own his own business, and newbie Penny dreams of having her name in lights, which Noel promises will happen soon…
It’s Kirsty’s or Dolly Doughnut as is shown on the gameboard today. Kirsty has box 16 today, and gets her Dolly Doughnut nickname because she works in the office for a doughnut company. Noel says Kirsty is single and desperate!!! She tells Noel she is single, but not desperate! Kirsty wants to win enough to visit Australia and follow the sun... Mum and dad are in the audience for support today, and Kirsty says she will ask their advice and then ignore them!!
2 - £10 Newbie Penny
5 - £3,000
11 - £35,000 A few groans for that
1 - £20,000 A few more groans.
Noel asks for the 1p to go early
6 - 1p FIX!!!!!!!
Kirsty says it's going OK at the moment... The banker says he has really been looking forward to Kirsty's game, as he has enjoyed so many treats thanks to her! Noel warns him that her mum and dad are in the audience! The banker says he is pleased to see Derek is back on the wings, and goes on to say that every offer today will have a hole in the middle, to keep a doughnut theme running... He then offers£11,011… Kirsty says NO DEAL
19 - £750
4 - £50
9 - £75,000
Kirsty says the confetti box is still in play at the minute. The Banker runs through some doughnut favourites - The Bob Marley with Jammin!! - and the one with 100's and 100,000's (A reference to £100,000 Gaz ) He then offers £15,051… Kirsty says NO DEAL
20 - £5
8 - £250 Big cheers
A good moment to pull out an all blue round says Noel
22 - £100,000 Big groans for that one
Ohhhhh goes Noel, but he says it doesn't affect the confetti situation... The banker thinks that Kirsty is a very determined person, but says if she is looking for big life changing money, this is already a one-box game... He then offers £15,051…Kirsty says it's a good offer considering the £100,000 going, and her parents both agree, but also say there is more in the game... Kirsty says NO DEAL
Noel asks Joe to go and sit in front of the £250,000 on the gameboard!!
10 - £10,000 We wanted to keep that one says Noel
12 - £500
Joe is still sat in front of the £250,000 and Noel says he has a special reward for him if the £250,000 stays in play here...
17 - 50p
Noel runs off stage and brings out a plate of doughnuts for Joe! He says they are
Joe-nuts!! The banker says there are some games where the attitude of the player marries with the gameboard, and he's worried this could be one of those games... He offers £24,042…
Kirsty says she is speechless at the moment, which is not normally the case! Noel does a little sweep and they all says it's a fantastic offer, but some think she should play on, and others are more cautious... The banker calls back!! He now offers £26,062... Noel talks about how the banker has used the figure of £26,000 recently to get so many players out of the game...
Kirsty asks if that raise changes anything, there is very little response. She asks Jeff if he is getting any vibes from box 16, and he replies that it feels sexy!! Savvas tells Kirsty she doesn't need a sexy box, but she needs a box with money in!! Noel again asks the question, and before he can finish the banker phones again!! This time it's £26,062 + a plaque that says 'I didn't make a fool of myself on national TV'!! Kirsty says NO DEAL
Blue chants start
18 - £50,000 The chants turn to groans and Noel calls it a one-box game now...
15 - £250,000 Big groans
14 - £1,000
It's not good news coming says Noel... The banker says he will give Kirsty a plaque that says ‘I did make a fool of myself on national TV’!! He then offers £1,500… Kirsty says NO DEAL
3 - £5,000 Totally all or peanuts now says Noel
13 - 10p
Blue chants start
21 - £15,000 BIG GROANS and what a crash says Noel
It’s time for The Banker with £1 and £100 remaining. He tells Kirsty that she will go into the Hall of Fame if she takes this next offer, as it would be the lowest offer ever taken... The banker offers £19.99…Kirsty says NO DEAL
Noel opens Kirsty’s box 16 and reveals £100
Box 7 contains the £1