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The fifth season (2018-2019) of the CNBC game show Deal or No Deal commenced airing on December 5, 2018. The number of episodes that have aired as of December 5, 2018 is 31.

# Airdate Episode Title Highlights
1 December 5, 2018 I'm Dancing Here!
  • New models were introduced, such as Soraya Yd who holds case #1, Taylor Clark who holds case #2, Katie Luddy who holds case #3, Brenda Lowe who holds case #4, Lani Baker who holds case #5, Jordana DePaula who holds case #7, Neka Stephen who holds case #8, Vaeda Mann who holds case #10, Brittany McGowan who holds case #11, Sarati Toups who hold case #12, Mahogany Lox who holds case #13, Olga Safari who holds case #14, Madi Teeuws who holds case #15, Jessica Lee who holds case #16, Ashley Jones who holds case #17, Elissa Ingrid who holds case #18, Natasha Ward who holds case #19, Malika Miller who holds case #21, Anchal Joseph holds case #22, Anne-Julia Hagen who holds case #23, Kizzi Barazetti who holds case #24, Summer Bellesa who holds case #25, and Michelle De Leon who holds case #26.
  • The first game had the models wear black dresses. Joe Verriotto from Brooklyn, New York. He had a terrific first round. After he declined the first offer of $34,000, he knocked out the $500,000 inside Olga Safari's case. He knocked another large amount in the third and fourth round. After a good round and he declined a six-figure offer ($232,000), he picked - 24 - which it was the $1 million case. He took the deal for $285,000. In the proveout, Taylor had the $750,000. Inside his case: $75,000.
2 Family Value$
  • The second contestant was Casey Heath, from Ohio. She had a not bad first round. After she declined the $27,000 offer, she picked - 24, 10, 14 - which it contained $300,000, $500,000 and three quarters of a million ($750,000). She played much better in the third round and the fourth round. After she took it down for $77,000, she knocked out the million in Michelle De Leon's #26. She took the deal for $103,000. She made a good deal because her case holds $50,000.
3 December 12, 2018 There's Snow Place Like Home
  • Courtney Shlaud, she's a Marine Cops wife from Owosso, MI. She knocked some large amounts out in the first round and the second round. She have a good round in the third and the fourth. After she declined the $342,000, she eliminated the $300,000. She counteroffered for $500,000, the banker accepted the offer. She picked Jessica Lee's #16 - she had the million. She have a phenomenal deal. Inside her case: $400,000.
4 $5 Redemption
  • Artis Jackson, small business owner in Plano and Cheryl's son. He have a fairly good round in the first round. He knocked some large amounts out in the second round. After he took it down for $15,000, he picked - 24 - which it was the $1 million case. He knocked out the $300,000 case, $500, and the penny after he declined the $10,000 offer. He have a better round in the fifth round. He took the deal for $63,000. He had a good deal because he had $400 inside his case.
5 December 19, 2018 Beard or No Beard
  • The new contestant, David Leeman, a self-proclaimed normal guy. He works as a historic mason restoring antique stone structures, married with three children. He knocked some large amounts in the first round. He have a good round in the second round. After he took it down for $117,000, he knocked the million dollars in Amanza Smith's #20. He counteroffered for $100,000, the banker accepts the offer. In the proveout, Patricia had $25. The banker would been offered: $162,000. Anne-Julia had $10,000. The next banker offer would have been: a quarter of a million dollars ($250,000). Katie had $500. The next banker offer would have been: $405,000. Mahogany Lox had 3/4 of a million dollars ($750,000). Inside the case: $300,000.
6 Happy Howie Days
  • Note: The airdate was on December 3, 2018 on NBC.
  • Louis Green, playing for the show's $1 million, was the sixth contestant and took it all the way for $333,000 with $5 and the $750,000 case still in play. His briefcase contained $5.
7 December 26, 2018 It's Take Two
  • Jade Thomas, ex-Marine, a mother of two and a fifth-grade math and science teacher. She knocked out $200,000 and $300,000 right off the bat, but she have a pretty good round. After the first offer, her mom Cheryl joined her at the contestant's podium. She have a good round in the third round until her mom knocked out two large amounts in the fourth round, and Jade knocked out $200,000 and $500,000 in the fifth round. They took the deal for $233,000 and the Guitar Center Drum Set worth $3,174, making a grand total of $236,174. In the proveout, Jordana had $50,000, and the banker would've offered $315,000. Michelle had the million, so they made a good deal because they had only $200 inside.
8 January 2, 2019 Southern Charm
  • Calling the numbers tonight was Robert Evans, a children’s speech pathologist from North Carolina. He picked Ashley Jones's #17, Anchal Joseph's #22, Mahogany Lox's #13 - all three holds $200,000, $400,000, and $500,000. He had a amazing round in the second round, but he eliminated the $300,000 case of the first pick in the third round. After he declined $52,000, he have a good round in the fourth round. In the first pick in the fifth round, he eliminated 3/4 of a million dollars ($750,000). He counteroffered for $185,000, the banker accepts the offer. In the proveout, Amanza had $100,000. The banker would been offered: $248,000. Sarati had $75,000. The next banker offer would have been: $357,000. Soraya had $1 million. Inside his case: $750. The remaining case held $500.
9 Ice Cream Dreams
  • Ally Teixiera — received a deal of a $15,000 mentorship package (along with $108,000 cash), total of $123,000 which she took. In the playout, the case #7 had the $500,000, and her offer would have been: $70,000. The case #16 had $200,000, making her deal a great deal because it has $5,000 inside.
10 January 9, 2019 Flying High
  • Hoping to take home some big money tonight was Shirrine Mui from Los Angeles. She’s been married for 13 years and works in aerospace engineering. She had a mixed round in the first round. In the second round, she eliminated the $400,000 and $750,000. After the $19,000 offer which she declined, she picked #21 - it contained $500,000, and #26 - contains the million. In the fourth round, she played better, but she eliminated the $100,000 inside Anchal's case #22. She played better in the round 6 and 7. She took the deal for $105,000. Vaeda had the $300,000, making her deal a perfect timing because it has a penny.
11 January 16, 2019 Small Town, Big Dreams
  • Bryce Gage — received a deal of a $699 Hisense HD TV (along with $69,000 cash), total of $69,699 which he took. In the playout, the case #5 had the $50, and his offer would have been: $125,000. The case #15 had $0.01, and his offer would've been: $200,000. The case #13 had $1, and his final offer would've been: $349,000, making his deal a bad deal because it has $500,000 inside.
12 January 23, 2019 My Big Fat Greek Game Show
  • The twelveth game had the models wear blue dresses. George Stakoulis, playing for the show's regular prize of $1 million, was the twelveth contestant and took it all the way for $60 with $75 and $25 still in play. Her briefcase contained $75 (along with $25,000 StateFarm bonus), total of $25,075.
13 January 30, 2019 Father Knows Best
  • Five brothers from Detroit, Michigan enter the studio to introduce tonight’s actual contestant - their father, John West. He played a mixed first round, but he knocked it out the million in Patricia Kara's #9 early in the second round. He counteroffered $200,000 and the banker accepted the counteroffer. In the proveout, Archal had $50,000, and the banker would've offered was $300,000. Kizzi had $75, and the final offer would've offered: $524,000, making a great deal because John's case contains $10.
14 February 6, 2019 Heads Over Heels
  • Melissa Silverman, from Philadelphia, has been married for 23 years and works as a preschool fitness teacher. She knocked out some large amounts, but she have not a terrible first round, but he knocked it out the million in case #4 early in the second round. She knocked the half a million ($500,000) inside Jessica Lee's case but she played better in the fourth round until she knocked out the $300,000 case inside Summer's #25. She took the deal for $165,000 (along with the value of the Princess Cruise was $25,000, total was $190,000. In the proveout, Neka had the $400,000, making her a perfect deal becaise $50,000.
15 February 13, 2019 Sony with a Chance of Millions
  • New contestant was Sony Avalos. She’s been married to a former Marine for 18 years, has three children, and works as a family readiness officer for the Marines. She knocked out 3 large amounts and the penny right off the bat, but she have a mixed round in the first round. She eliminated the $1 million in Elissa's #18 after she declined the first offer of $20,000. She have a another bad round for her because she knocked out the 3/4 of a million ($750,000). She played better in the fourth round through eighth round until she knocked out the $500,000 in case #23. She took the deal for $39,000, and her case contains $75.
16 February 20, 2019 Cowboy Up
  • New contestant Justin Uhart of Minden, Nevada, a 26-year-old loan officer who is a real-life hero. He knocked $750,000 out in his second pick, althrough he have a pretty good first round. He knocked $100,000 and $200,000 out in his second round. After a great round in the round #3 and declined the $76,000 offer, he knocked the half-a-million ($500,000) out in Vaeda's #10. He knocked a large amount in case #5. In the fifth round, he picked - 24 - which it was the $1 million case. He took the deal for $120,000. Inside his case: $300,000.
17 February 27, 2019 Cheering a Lucky Strike
  • The seventeenth game had the models wear sparkly blue dresses with pom poms. Kristen 'Tex' Iniguez, playing for the show's $1 million, was the contestant and took it all the way for $350 with $500 and the $10 case still in play. Her briefcase contained $500.
  • The next game had models wear pink bowling shirts, black pants and pink bowling shoes. Kiera Chandler. Now this is the bowler we've been talking about. Kiera is a human resources specialist, and a mother of two. She had a mixed first round. After she declined the $21,000 offer, she knocked out $100,000, $200,000, $300,000, and $500,000. She turned down a $29,000 offer when time ran out.
18 March 6, 2019 Million Dollar Lane
  • The returning contestant of the night was Kiera Chandler. She eliminated $1 right off the bat but she have a mixed round in the third round. After she decided to say no deal for $52,000, she eliminated the $750,000 and $1 million case in the fourth round. She took the deal for $700. Inside her case: $750, while Summer had $1,000 and Elissa had $50.
  • The ninteenth game had the models wear sparkly silver dresses. Meet Carri Nemak. She came to the stage hopping. She is an elementary school teacher, and she brought her fellow staffers. Her mother and husband also work at the school, and her three children are students. She knocked out $100,000 and $300,000 in the round 1. In the second round, she have a great round until she eliminated $500,000 in Vaeda's #10, $750,000 in Elissa's #18, and $1,000,000 in Taylor's #2. She have a rough round in third round. She took the deal for $34,000. In the proveout, the case #23 had the penny, and the offer would've been $53,000. The case #4 had the $200,000, and her case contains $50, while #19 had $10,000 and #24 had $5,000.
19 March 13, 2019 Mile High Millionaire
  • In this episode, the models are in blue, short sleeved dresses. New contestant Max Reynolds, a flight attendant, who happens to be a freestyler and a father of three. Some big money in the first round gone. After he declined $8,000 offer, he eliminated $750,000 right off the bat but he have a mixed round in the second round. He had a great round in the third round after he took it down for $33,000. His second choice of two cases contains the half-a-million ($500,000) inside Mahogany Lox's #13. He took the deal for $211,000. In the playout, Archal #22 had the penny. The offer would have upped to $299,000. Michelle had $100. The offer would have been $532,000. Kizzi had $5. The offer would have been $767,000. Inside His case: $400,000, which Soraya had the million.
20 March 20, 2019 Bingo To A Million
  • In this episode, Tony Oriente s a native of the suburbs of Philadelphia, and a father of three, who is pursuing a degree, assuming it is a master's, in education so Tony can pursue his career as an elementary school teacher. He have a awesome first, second, and third round. After he declined the $88,000 offer, he eliminated the million in Vaeda's case. He played little bit better until he knocked the $750,000 in Taylor's #2. After he declined the $10,000 offer, he knocked the $500,000 in Brittany's #11. He took the deal for $70. In #24 was the PENNY, while #14 had the $100. 
21 March 27, 2019 Million Dollar Musical
  • In this episode, the models are in maroon, spaghetti strap dresses, the way it should be, just like the good ole days.
    Meet La'Sherrie Hogan, who brought what appears to be a briefcase cake with the number 7 on top. She is from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, who has been a veteran baker and owns a bakery in the Metroplex. In the fourth pick in the first round, she knocked out the million in Sarati's #12. She had a rough round in the first two rounds which she eliminated the $750,000 case in Archal's #22. He had a good round in the next round. She took a deal for $165,000. #19 had $200,000, thus bringing the offer to $221,000. Next up is #26, $10,000. The offer would have risen to $348,000. The next case would have been #13, which had $400,000. The offer would go down to $302,000. It's down to two cases. In #7 was $500,000. #23 had $10. 
22 June 12, 2019 Million Dollar Ironman
  • The models tonight are in blue, short sleeve dresses. Jorge Montero. He is a police officer serving the Miami-Dade County area, thus the uniform he is wearing on stage. He is also an Ironman triathlete, and a father of two. He knocked out the $400,000 in his fifth pick in round 1, but he have a great round. Again, he knocked out the $100,000 in his second pick in round 2, but he have another great round. After he saying no deal for $44,000, he knocked out three big amounts. He had a perfect round in fourth round to sixth round until he eliminated the $1 million in Patricia Kara's #9. He took the $119,000 offer. But where was the $750,000? Was it in #24? Nope. It was $300. The offer would have gone up to $184,000. Was it in #8? Nope. $75. The offer would have been $403,000, making him one of the biggest winners ever (more than Anteia Greer's $402,000 from season 2). Was it in #17? It was, while #19 has the hundred dollars.
23 Monopoly Money
  • The models in this episode are in red, short sleeved dresses.
  • Toni Miller, playing for the show's $1 million and, was the second contestant and took it all the way for $230,000. She also went all the way and it revealed the prize which was the all-new Chrysler Pacifica S minivan, worth $55,283, bringing her winnings to $55,283. Inside the case: $400,000, bringing her total winnings to $455,233.
24 June 19, 2019 The Champ vs. The Banker
  • The models are in red, off the shoulder, sleeve-less dresses. The contestant on the show was Michael Chandler. He was BELLATOR MMA lightweight champion and former wrestler at the University of Missouri. He had a rough round because he knocked out three large amounts in the first round. After saying no deal for $6,000, he knocked out $100,000 in Elissa's #18 and $750,000 in Kizzi's #24 in Round 2. He had a good round in the third, fourth, fifth round. After he declined the $86,000 offer, he eliminated the million in Olga's #14. He countered $71,000 and the banker accepts the offer. In the proveout, Brittany had the $10.  The offer would have raised to $93,000. Soraya had the $5,000. The next offer would have been $144,000. Katie had the four hundred thousand dollar ($400,000) case. In #23 was $200, while #10 had $50.
25 Hoop Dreams
  • For this episode, the models are in sleeved, white dresses with black trim.
  • Monica Durazo — received a deal of a $47,669.53 BMW 3 Series (along with $7,000 cash), total of $54,669.53 which she took. In the playout, her case #12 had $75,000, making her bad deal..
26 July 3, 2019 Wall Street Warrior
  • Meet Lisa Glicksman, a day trader at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). She is a Brooklynite, and a cancer survivor. She eliminated the million early in her fourth pick in the first round. She played better in the second round until she eliminated the $200,000 and $500,000 after she declined the $20,000 offer. In the third round, she eliminated the $300,000 in Lani's #5 and she have a good round. She took the deal for $156,000. In the proveout, Olga had $5. The offer would have skyrocketed to $290,000. Elissa had $50,000. The offer then would also skyrocketed to $483,000. Was it in Lisa's #12? It was. Megan had $500. A very bad deal, but she should have stayed in the game! 
27 July 10, 2019 Magic Touch
  • In this episode, the models are in sleeveless, mostly red dresses.
  • The first contestant was Jennifer Gelband. She is a magic superfan, who is also a big fan of Penn and Teller. She also learned to do magic. She have a mixed round in the first round. After she don't take the deal of $24,000, she eliminated the million in Brittany's #11, but she have a good second round. She have a rough round because she knocked out two big amounts in the third and fourth round. She took the $3,000 offer. In the proveout, Lani had $75,000 Jennifer's case had $750. Patricia Kara had $5,000. Elissa had $50. Sarati had $100. Kizzi had $5. Ashley had $1, and Mahogany had $25.
  • The next contestant was Tony Combs. He's a A local from Orlando, grew up minutes from Universal Studios, where the show is taped. He is a nightclub promoter, and you know how nightclubs are taken very seriously in all of Florida. In the first round, he had a mixed round. After he declined $13,000 offer, he knocked out the $300,000 but he had a good round. He turned down a $39,000 offer when time ran out.
28 July 17, 2019 Roller Coaster Motion
  • Orlando-based nightclub promoter Tony Combs returns for a chance at the million. He is also a cancer survivor. He started the show by eliminating the $200,000, $400,000 and $1,000,000 in his three picks in round 3. He had a rough round. He played a good reasonable round in the fourth round. He took the deal for $48,000. But where was the $750,000? It wasn't in #7. $200. Where was it? It was in #25. #10 had $400, #9 had $750, #20 had $500, #5 had $300, #24 had $5,000 and #17 had $75.
  • New contestant Marybelle Doe. Another local contestant from Orlando. She is a big theme park fanatic and has been to Universal Studios Orlando 100 times! She eliminated the million early in the starting round, but she have a rough round. In the second round, she knocked a large amount but she had a mixed round. After she declined the $22,000 offer, she knocked the 3/4 of the million ($750,000) out. She had a awesome round until she eliminated the $500,000 in round 5. Again, she had a rough round. She took the final deal for $12,000. Her case was the $25,000.
29 July 24, 2019 Martinis for a Million
  • The models are in satin, pink spaghetti strap dresses. Laura Siano. A native of Long Island, and a mother of three. She eliminated the $750,000 in the first round, through it was a good round. In the second round, she knocked out the $200,000 and $400,000, and it was a okay round. She played better in the third round until she eliminated the $300,000. She had a great round until she knocked out the $500,000. She countered $225,000 and accepted the offer. In the proveout, Brittany had the $300. The offer would have jumped to $440,000. Kizzi had the million, which she had a great deal because it had a penny in her case.
30 July 31, 2019 Vision Quest
  • The models are in blue, sleeved v neck dresses, like bathrobes.
  • Jade Delaney. She is a small town girl from South Dakota by way of a farm community in Minnesota. She works for a healthcare foundation, and is a married, mother of a newborn. She knocked out $500,000 and $200,000, and it was a rough round in the first round. She knock out a big amount in the second round, although it was a reasonable round. After a great round in Round 3 and declined the $70,000, she eliminated $1 million in Amanza Smith's #20. Again, a rough round in fourth and fifth round because she knocked out the $750,000 in Olga's #14. She knocked out the $400,000 in Brenda's #4. She took the deal for $37,000. Inside her case: $100,000, making her a bad deal which Michelle had $0.01, and Elissa had $500.
31 August 7, 2019 Looking for Luck
  • Note: The airdate was on June 9, 2019.
  • The models are in green strapless dresses for this episode.
  • The last contestant on the season was Andrew Shelton, an Alabama native, who lives in southern California. He is a nurse, who went through a turbulent year. Hence being 'the most unluckiest person you'll ever meet.' The most interesting man in the world in my honest opinion. His first round was awesome. After he declined the $32,000, he eliminated the $300,000 in Brittany's #11, but he have a good round in the second round. He knocked out the $100,000 and $200,000 in his second and third pick. He had a awesome round in the round 4 after he decide to go on for $91,000. He knocked two more big amounts: $500,000 and $750,000. His counteroffer was $310,000 and the banker accepts the offer. In the proveout, Jessica Lee had $400,000. The new offer would have been: $350,000. Jordana had the million. He had a great deal because it has $5, which Amanza had the $400.
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