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First format To start the show, Faison will hit the "Winsanity" button on the stage to lock in on a random contestant by turning their Winwatch green. Once that contestant is chosen, they will join Faison on the stage and will become a contestant. After a brief introduction about the contestant, the game begins. Gameplay · First format · Second format · Production No. of seasons: 2 No. of episodes: 80 Original network: Game Show Network Executive producer(s): Chris Grant; Barry Poznick

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