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Noose, Knife, or Fall?
A reality show presenting ordinary people faced, suddenly and physically, with a trilemma: hanging oneself from a fifth-story fire-escape, holding a dagger, does one 1) hang, 2) stab, or 3) saw?
A game show, similar in concept to Celebrity Suicide, featuring well-known people, requiring of its contestants excessive, beyond-reason forced-drinking of fluids, including juices, alcohol, and Toilet Duck. The last person to die wins $1,000.
A profile series on the prison beverage, its manufacture, famous drinkers, pruno humour, records, and the drink's possible health benefits.
House and Home
A cheery, vacuous pair of presenters knock on doors and volunteer to eat everything in the occupants' refrigerators. Everything.
Extreme Makeover: Internal Edition
Big-hearted surgeons get seven days to make whimpering families' dreams come true.
Hanged for a Sheep
Two competitive friends (a duo like Ed and Spencer, for instance) put to the test the old saw that says it's just as well to be picked up for a major offence as for a minor one. They travel the country, each racing to get a death sentence first. (Pilot only.)
The Age of Consent
In this game show for the 40–65 demographic, contestants (male) are introduced to pretty, young things. They are told their ages and nationalities. The contestants must guess if the laws of the girls' countries permit sexual congress between them. A correct answer wins the prize, if available. An incorrect answer results in the contestant being remanded to 'the joint,' where the studio audience can throw pointy things at him for ten to fifteen years.
What the stars mean:
**** Worth killing yourself during