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ABC Pilot, 2004: ANNOUNCER: "These women are carrying briefcases containing cash values ranging from 5c to $2,500,000. Tonight, one lucky player will take possession of a single briefcase hoping that it contains the $2,500,000. KIELTY: Your holding briefcase #8, that could contain $2,500,000. ANNOUNCER: These briefcases will be opened one by one and our bank will make cash offers to temp the player to leave the game. FEMALE VOICEOVER: The bank reluctantly offers you $92,000 (AUDIENCE: WHOO!) ANNOUNCER: Will they accept the bank's offer or hold on to their case hoping it contains $2,500,000? MALE CONTESTANT: I'm thinking #9 got the $2,500,000. ANNOUNCER: It all comes down to one question. KIELTY: Deal or No Deal? (MALE CONTESTANT: WOAH!) ANNOUNCER: And now, its time to play, DEAL OR NO DEAL! And here is your host, Patrick Kielty!"

Series Premiere, December 19, 2005: "Deal or No Deal, a TV phenomenon sweeping the world, a record-breaking hit in over 35 countries. Tonight, this gameshow sensation comes to the US. $1,000,000 can be won or lost with a single decision, go big or go home. Deal or No Deal, the biggest decision on television starts now." - Joe Cipriano (Premiere)

December 20, 2005: "It's night two of the Deal or No Deal, Premiere Week. This game show sensation is already a hit in over 35 countries and now the phenomenon is here in America. Last night, Karen Van had 138 thousand dollars in hand before pushing her luck too far. See what happens tonight, as the biggest decision on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

December 21, 2005: "It's night three of the Deal or No Deal, Premiere Week. This game show sensation is already a hit in over 35 countries and now the phenomenon is here in the US. Last night, Jason Vittorini, the unlucky man in America. Once try his luck on the show, and about as lucky as you can get. See what happens tonight, as the biggest decision on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

December 22, 2005: "It's night four of the Deal or No Deal, Premiere Week. This game show sensation is already a hit in over 35 countries and now the phenomenon is here in the America. Last night, Amy Dittbrenner battled the bank and walk away of $200,000. See what happens tonight, as the biggest decision on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

December 23, 2005: "It's the final night of the Deal or No Deal, Premiere Week. This game show sensation is already a hit in over 35 countries and now the phenomenon is here in the America. Last night, Tracy Wilkerson brought a priest and her first-grade class to help her make the right decision. See what happens tonight, as the biggest decision on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

February 27, 2006: "Tonight, the biggest decision on television, Deal or No Deal, the gameshow sensation that's taken the world by storm, last December, 50 million Americans found out what's got the world shouting at their TVs. The most exciting, the most suspenseful, the most heart haunting 60 minutes on TV. Thousands across the country of audition to coming for their shot at becoming a millionaire. Tonight, Deal or No Deal kicks off a week-long event where the stakes get even higher the top prize increases to 1 million to a amazing $3 million dollars. 26 cases holding the cash, 26 beautiful women holding the cases and 26 chances for somebody to win big and change their life forever, and it all starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

February 28, 2006: "Tonight, the biggest decision on television continues, Deal or No Deal, the game show phenomenon that's sweeping the nation. It's the most heart-pounding 60 minutes on TV. Last night, it all got underway with Peter Montesanti, a SWAT team from Las Vegas, his friends and encouraged him to stay in the game and roll the dice, but when it came time for Peter's biggest decision, he took the advice from a guy who knows a thing or two and Peter walked away from $359,000. Tonight, Deal or No Deal increases the top prize to an incredible one and a half million dollars and it all starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

March 1, 2006: "Tonight, the biggest decision on television continues, Deal or No Deal, the game show phenomenon that's sweeping the nation. Each night this week, the top prize increases 1.5 million dollars right now, contestants have already walked away with good money and some have pushed their luck too far. Last night with a 25% chance of having two million in her case. Cindy Pridgen was offered $250,000 but took a gamble and played on but then she received an offer, she couldn't refuse. Tonight, Deal or No Deal increases the top prize to a mind-blowing two and a half million dollars and it all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

March 3, 2006: "Tonight, the four biggest words on TV are back, the game show phenomenon that's sweeping the nation. Over the last four nights, contestants have had to make some of the most important decisions of their lives, do they take the deal or they try and become a millionaire. Last night, Sherman Mitchell, a single father listened to the advice of the daughter and kept on playing should he take that till he received an offer, she couldn't refuse. Tonight, Deal or No Deal increases its top prize to an astounding three million dollars and it all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

March 6, 2006: "Deal or No Deal, the most heart-pounding decision on television last week, millions of Americans watch as contestants took home over million dollars. Pick the right case and you're rich, it's you verses the banker. How far are you willing to push yourself, your fate is decided by one question." - Joe Cipriano

March 10, 2006: "It's the only question on TV that can be the difference between walking away rich. Last time, Monty Maritato came out swinging but his money battled the banker and squashed by his bad case picks and small offers. He was ultimately thrilled to walk away with $25,000. Tonight, someone else gets the chance to change their life, have to do was answer that one question." - Joe Cipriano

March 13, 2006: "Deal or No Deal, America has the edge of the seats, the courage to go head-to-head with a banker. People turned down hundreds of thousands of dollars for shot at a million. Last time, Barry Paulson tried his luck at a million, winning up by shooting down this, the banker made a cash offer to buy back his case for 126 thousand dollars, he turned it down but maybe he shouldn't have, Barry Paulson walked away with $19,000, but it was still a great deal as he was the first contestant to choose the one cent case. You'll see us face the toughest decision on television." - Joe Cipriano

March 17, 2006: "Tonight, on Deal or No Deal, someone will change someone's life. Last time, Brian Thompson, the mayor of Brunswick Georgia gave Joey the key to his sit and hope the models would give him that case with a million dollars, facing the toughest question of his life, Brian received a little help from his hometown advice to light some lucky contestant hopes on television." - Joe Cipriano

March 20, 2006: "It's Deal or No Deal. The high-stakes game with 26 cases but only one that can make you a millionaire pick the $1,000,000. What number which one would you pick? Every night, Leyla's case number 13 has destroyed the hopes of contestants. Tonight, we'll find out that case number 13 continues its voodoo or if contestants can change their locks by answering one question." - Joe Cipriano

March 22, 2006: "Tonight, it's a Wednesday special edition of Deal or No Deal. It's a game here for if you make the right decision or fortunes are lost, if you don't, that you can end up with a lot less money. Last time, a good old boy from Texas, hope to cowboy up for a million dollars, but then he got hit hard by knocking out the million dollars, taking the advice of his wife, Brett lassoed with $109,000. Tonight, one lucky contestant hopes their ride off into the sunset a millionaire." - Joe Cipriano

March 24, 2006: "Deal or No Deal, America's number one game show by picking one case, you can go home with one cent or one million dollars. There's one banker, one button, and one question." - Joe Cipriano

March 27, 2006: "It's Deal or No Deal, where the first and fortune pushes contestants to the brink, 26 cases, 26 dollar amounts, who will lose their nerve and who will be tough enough to beat the odds it's a game where only the strong survive to answer the ultimate question." - Joe Cipriano

March 29, 2006: "It's Deal or No Deal, only high stakes game show that one number you will change your life. Tonight, Daniel Miller continuing his march for big money, and Michelle Mahoney steps the ring, take down the banker, and they will answer the toughest question of their life." - Joe Cipriano

March 31, 2006: "Deal or No Deal is a game inquires three important elements. Do you get out of the game, or push more money? If the odds are against you, you could open up one more case. Are you feeling lucky, you will go for it. If these things work in your flavor, you can go home with." - Joe Cipriano

April 3, 2006: "The stage is set and the banker is ready for the most heart-pounding, pulse racing, edge-of-your-seat, high-stakes show on television. Tonight, a special Deal or No Deal, it's two suspenseful nail-biting games for desire determination and pure madness come into play, and contestants will try anything to walk away with $1,000,000." - Joe Cipriano

April 5, 2006: "Deal or No Deal is a show where one decision make you or break you, with $1,000,000 is on the line, who are you turn to your wife, your kids, your friends, or you go with your own gut. Tonight, Hans Hartleben must make his decision." - Joe Cipriano

April 10, 2006: "Americans addicted to Deal or No Deal, and here's the top five reasons why, the action, the drama, the excitement, the models, and the number one reason is chance to win and it all starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

April 12, 2006: "Deal or No Deal is a show where 26 cases held by the 26 beautiful women in the world. Their story, only, and it even marching it off. We have 26 special women in the U.S. take their place. Tonight, Brian Kennedy will playing for a million. But his mom is going too far. Watch Brian Kennedy answers the biggest question of his life and also he will ask the question of his life." - Joe Cipriano

April 17, 2006: "He's the one thing standing between you and $1,000,000. It's the call. Contestants the contestants are fighting back. Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Erin Birch will battle the banker and coming her a millionaire." - Joe Cipriano

April 24, 2006: "People from all across the country are trying out for Deal or No Deal and no matter where they come from or who they are they all want the same thing like many of our big winners. Tonight, a Chicago firemen Thorpe Schoenle take the heat or will he go down and blame. Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

April 26, 2006: "Tonight, an another exciting episode of Deal or No Deal, LaKissa Bright goes wild in her quest for a million dollars. Find out what happens right now." - Joe Cipriano

April 28, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Allyson Thaddeus turns the tables on Howie and comes face to face with a banker. Find out right now if Allyson will be America's next millionaire." - Joe Cipriano

May 1, 2006: "Tonight on America's favorite game show, Josie Butkovic become a millionaire, big money still in the game. Will Josie go home a rich woman. Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 3, 2006: "The models on Deal or No Deal, they're beautiful, they're friendly, they're mesmerizing, but watch out because they hold your fate in their heads. These 26 beauties can make your dreams come true, or if you are really eliminated, whichever the case may be the choice comes down to you." - Joe Cipriano

May 5, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, $1,000,000 is up for grabs, Anca Toderic would do to take the money and run. Will Anca stay the game? or if Anca will go too far. Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 8, 2006: "With $1,000,000 on the line, you never know the contestant will react, some dance, some scream, some even cry. Tonight, Gary Riotto, just know everything as his quest for a million dollars, and the excitement starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 12, 2006: Tonight on Deal or No Deal, a family man and ultimate football fan Chad Pritchard put on his game face and goes for the big money, and the game on the line, Chad had the surprise visit from his NFL superstar. Will Chad win it all or full quarter. The kickoff starts now." - Joe Cipriano

May 29, 2006: "On an all-new exciting Deal or No Deal, tonight's contestants know what this game is all about is and they're both ready to risk it all but will more leave with a big reward. Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

Season Finale, June 5, 2006: "Tonight, NBC is making history, the number one game show on television, Deal or No Deal, there's the prize is so incredible, so valuable, we need a police escort, straight from the bank to a NBC studios, the pressure cargo is arrive, and it all comes down to this, the prize that NBC never offered $5,000,000 and one of these 26 cases holds the cash to the stage doors, Deal or No Deal season finale starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

Season Premiere, September 18, 2006: "It's Premiere Week for the show, we give away millions of dollars and took its country by star, and America's greatest television set. Tonight, Deal or No Deal is back with more suspense, more surprises, and more money that you ever dream off, over $20 million up for grabs this week alone because this week, the top prize grows by $1 million to a record-breaking $6,000,000, and you at home, $1,000,000 is up for grabs in the Lucky Case Game, and guess what's else is back, the Deal or No Deal models, and they're hotter than ever! The stage from the very end, you will miss this moment in Deal or No Deal history. The biggest decision on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

September 19, 2006: "Deal or No Deal Premiere Week continues! Last night, Matthew Solina showered the record with he walked away with $675,000, but records are made to be broken. Tonight, Kimberly Chastang tries for more money. The prizes are bigger, the stakes are higher, and deals still getting better. All week long, we will moving the top prize of $6 million, and tonight, our Lucky Case Game where you can go home with $100,000. It's more money like never before. The exciting game on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

September 21, 2006: "We have two nights of Premiere Week, each episode we set a new record, will happen again tonight? Jeff Huerta continues his quest for $5 million, and then Michelle Falco bring on the banker for our largest top prize in Deal or No Deal history, and tonight, the Lucky Case Game where you can win $100,000. The most exciting, suspenseful, and heart-breaking hour of television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

September 22, 2006: "It's the final night of Deal or No Deal Premiere Week! Night after night, case after case, deal after deal, we broke every record by win world by $20,000,000 up for grabs. We save the best for the last, are far will you go, how much will you risk for a chance to be a millionaire. The biggest decision on television starts now." - Joe Cipriano

September 25, 2006: "Deal or No Deal is an ultimate test of courage, timing, and risk is continues all this season. Tonight, Lary Meyer is all the courage to find with battle the meanest banker in town, and Sherri Sampson has the nerves of steel to decide the right time to get out or go for it all. The ultimate reward requires the ultimate risk, and it starts right now!" - Joe Cipriano

September 28, 2006: "It's time for Deal or No Deal with the higher amounts show up means you're going down and one little penny make you a millionaire. Is one of tonight's contestants win it all or take the deal? And you at home, it's Deal's birthday to win $50,000 at the play-at-home Lucky Case Game. It all starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

September 29, 2006: "It's time for Deal or No Deal. Tonight, a New York City firefighter has some courage, and Malaika Merrick has to desire, to win big, but this question get to come. Deal or No Deal starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

October 2, 2006: Tonight, it's three times the drama, three times the excitement, three times you love on Deal or No Deal. First, a firefighter Mike Wildes is a red hot battle to go home with six figure payday. Then, an exterminator Marty Dulfon is going to a hunt for one million dollars. Latosha Odom hopes these 26 favorite ladies to help her to come to be a millionaire. The excitement game on television starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

October 5, 2006: "America finding out what it made of, they have the guts, go for the glory. Will tonight's contestant break the bank or the banker breaks them? The answer is tonight's Deal or No Deal!" - Joe Cipriano

October 6, 2006: "He is the most fear man on television, that one person will separating you and $1 million. He shows no mercy, and he wants you leave with empty-handed. Tonight, the banker will bring Deal or No Deal's youngest contestant ever, and Elna Himmler battle back hoping the deal of a lifetime." - Joe Cipriano

October 9, 2006: "To big on Deal or No Deal, some people reply at strategy, while others love on love ones. Tonight, Adalis Marrero makes a dream in passion, and her game is heating, but fortune or failure, they will rest with one choice." - Joe Cipriano

October 12, 2006: "On Deal or No Deal, lots for an important number, one phone call, one simple question, one big red button. Tonight, one decision should change your life forever. Deal or No Deal starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

October 13, 2006: "Tonight, Deal or No Deal delivers huge excitement, Jim Maida handle the stress, then stay-at-home Tommy Fuller rushes alive and tackles the banker, but first PJ Dykes is back in action. Find out she has the million in her case right now!" - Joe Cipriano

October 16, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, these 2 contestants won't believe what's coming and last five minutes we will reveal the biggest surprise ever, it's all starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

October 19, 2006: "Deal or No Deal is a game where many questions and an answer with one word. Tonight, two more questions must be answered. How much Nondumiso Sainsbury walked away with, and what the heck Jed Dodds bring with them? The answers are coming right now on Deal or No Deal!" - Joe Cipriano

October 20, 2006: "Tonight, Deal or No Deal is all wild and a zookeeper Jed Dodds will bring a set of lucky charms. Then, Holly Benefield goes with a little bit of country and she takes Howie, the models, and even the banker along the ride, but Holly southern charm to help her to bring home the million bucks. Tonight, it's a wild ride on Deal or No Deal!" - Joe Cipriano

October 30, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, coach Tracee Jones is back and head-to-head with the banker, then later someone get a surprise will change their life." - Joe Cipriano

November 2, 2006: The records have been breaking, the pressure has been building, and tonight, one woman could blow the lid off this whole thing. Anita English takes this game to a whole new level, you've got to see how far she goes, right now on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

November 6, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, this Polish princess will go down by bite." - Joe Cipriano

November 17, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, it's like nothing to see this before, and it's all starts now". - Joe Cipriano

Thanksgiving Episode, November 23, 2006: "It's a special two-hour Thanksgiving episode of Deal or No Deal full of food, football, Joe Geiser, and family. Tonight, will these three contestants beast or get stopped by the banker? Plus it's a special Thanksgiving lucky case game where you at home can win $100,000 and it all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

November 27, 2006: Tonight, it's non-stop celebration on Deal or No Deal. Everyone is invited and Brooks Leach is excited with contagious, but the banker crashes the party. Brooks need to decide will how he go. - Joe Cipriano

December 4, 2006: "It's a hoe down here on Deal or No Deal, as Will Cockrell tries to rope in the one million dollars, then later an football mom Karen Kulscar explodes onto the stage but when she and the banker come to blows it will take all of her effort to fight on." - Joe Cipriano

December 11, 2006: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Brian Miller's lucky shoes will finish first reach for the million, but first, Karen Kulscar blitzes the banker, but the banker bites back. Can she handle the ride of her life? on the ultimate emotional rollercoaster. Find out now! - Joe Cipriano

Christmas Episode, December 25, 2006: "It's a bell with a nice or naughty because Santa Claus coming to Deal or No Deal with a bag with full of surprises. Tonight, these two men will push this game to the limit. To keep their Christmas dreams from going up the chimney." - Joe Cipriano

January 3, 2007: "Tonight, Shannon Justice brings her high energy and high jinks to Deal or No Deal, but first Tony Turpening turns everything topsy-turvy." - Joe Cipriano

January 7, 2007: Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Greece is the worst lifelong Grease fan Kathy Beck is in for the night of her life with a star-studded surprise from her hero and a twist you've never seen before does it get any better than this and it's all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

January 8, 2007: "Do you have what it takes to play Deal or No Deal, but what about agility and strength. Stay where you are for the most super power Deal or No Deal ever." - Joe Cipriano

January 14, 2007: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Georgia firecracker Amanda Hancock spices up the game and feisty fifth grade teacher Rea Pead takes on the banker, but will they survive the pressure and beat the odds to see their million-dollar dreams come true." - Joe Cipriano

January 31, 2007: "It's a night of firsts on Deal or No Deal, Will Edmond Jr. gets an offer that you like you never seen this before, and Vicki Montizingo risks for all for the million, and it all starts right now!" - Joe Cipriano

February 5, 2007: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Vicki Montizingo gets a huge surprise. Then, Giuseppe Ianello gets away to shock his life. But, double the money is also double the jeopardy." - Joe Cipriano

February 7, 2007: "Tonight, there's some double dealing going on two times the prizes means two times the risk. Will she go home with 2 million? It's an hour filled with surprises and it all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

February 14, 2007: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, shopaholic Kate Miller is looking to buy some financial independence her mom may not like it and her husband may downright hate it, then Cheryl Clark wants to turn a million dollar dream into reality, but things are about to get more real than she ever expected, Deal or No Deal right now." - Joe Cipriano

February 18, 2007: "Tonight, Cheryl Clark returns to make some tough decisions and with so much on the line even Howie can't watch, and then Tony Colton is breaking records as he breaks not one record but two but this Deal or No Deal is so full of surprises. You won't believe what happens next and it's all starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

March 4, 2007: "Tonight, this WWE superfan Rick Achberger going for his bad luck of his life, but the banker isn't fighting alone, as Rick taken to the match, who is going to come Rick's rescue to chance to win big money on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

March 5, 2007: "Tonight, employment counselor Anteia Greer has her work cut out for her but this is no ordinary time, the ultimate prize to the ultimate risk are you okay and one phone call that can change a life. Deal or No Deal right now!" - Joe Cipriano

March 11, 2007: "Tonight, Uzma Lone brings her own traditions to Deal or No Deal and dances her way across the stage but when the banker gets tough then with an army of beauties by his side, can general Hugh Neisler challenge the banker on his own battlefields or will the banker outmaneuver, it all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

March 12, 2007: "Tonight, 3 contestants, thehold, beautiful, and really big. Come together and the unbelievable happens. Don't miss tonight. What everybody's going to be talking about tomorrow?"- Joe Cipriano

March 19, 2007: "There's never been a bigger night on Deal or No Deal. For the first time ever, it's Ladies Night! You did not believe who holding the cases. But wait, there's more. The excitement something Double, Annie Hewlitt and Aubrey Wentworth playing for double the prize, and there's still more, Howie pulls a unexpected special someone without everyday life in the studio and their first time ever instant contestant. No other in history on Deal or No Deal, and it all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

March 26, 2007: "Tonight, Alaskan Heidi Kurtz comes to Deal or No Deal with her heart on her sleeve but while she dances to the beat of her own drummer. will the banker use Heidi's passion against her. But first bachelor Stan Stava comes to Deal or No Deal with his own agenda. Will he walk away with his dreams realized? When the banker attempts stand with the one thing he can't resist, it all starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

April 1, 2007: "On tonight's Deal or No Deal, Alaskan Heidi Kurtz, a single mother of three to turns into dreams, but will the banker freeze her out, then web designer Jamar White gets a surprise offer of his lifetime. Can he take it? Find out on tonight's Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

April 8, 2007: "Tonight's very kissable Deal or No Deal brings Howie into close contact with Cathy Clark and her five sisters. The banker tries his best to kiss them all goodbye and help Howie in the process, but Cathy is on a roll and she'll have to risk it all to win it all. Deal or No Deal starts now!" - Joe Cipriano

April 15, 2007: "To land a spot on Deal or No Deal, Debbie Montgomery tried everything but the banker has his own way of dealing with persistence and to win big at this game, she'll have to push harder, risk everything, and shock everyone. Deal or No Deal right now!" - Joe Cipriano

April 22, 2007: "From where you're sitting, this game might look pretty easy, but tonight, two men learn that when you're up here, every decision could change your life forever. Stay at you are, it's a lot easy." - Joe Cipriano

April 30, 2007: "Tonight, Hayley Tucker loves tennis. She's in for the game of her life, and ever million, you'll need to serve up a volley of good decisions, it's game, set, Deal or No Deal right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 6, 2007: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Julie Lanero thinks she knows the banker's secret, so for the first time ever he'll show his face as he tries to throw Julie off her game, a record-setting game, so don't move. Deal or No Deal starts now." - Joe Cipriano

May 21, 2007: "Tonight on a special Deal or No Deal, a real life hero risked his life to save a stranger. Now, Tonight, Wesley Autrey risks it all for one million dollars. Deal or No Deal right now." - Joe Cipriano

June 5, 2007: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Howie and the models leave the studio and surprise Mary Marolla at home and she plays for one million dollars right on her front lawn." - Joe Cipriano

June 13, 2007: "Tonight, Miami Heat super fan Arthur Joseph returns and brings his Caribbean roots to Deal or No Deal but with a million dollars in play, can Arthur resist the offer of a lifetime, then Howie takes a trip backstage and surprises Jesse Puttananickal and then surprises him again, it all starts now."

Season Finale, June 18, 2007: "This season, we're breaking records, during the Premiere Week, the top prize was set, not once, not twice, but three times as Michelle Falco take home $750,000. So far this season, we give away almost eleven million dollars, and rocked the stage with unbelievable moments, and Ladies Night, touching Family Reunions, and an enough of snow to every half the audience. Five contestants picked the top prize, but get out early, taking the deal and missing their chance, so through it all, the illusive one million dollars still sit in the vault, and tonight, Laurel Martin has one more chance to close the door for the summer, and quits the game anyway to waiting for, all season long, the Deal or No Deal season finale starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

Season Premiere, September 17, 2007: "Tonight, Deal or No Deal kicks off a huge new season with a huge surprise guest who sitting in for the banker and New Yorker Donna DiBiase just can not deal. It's a season premiere with a guest and a game you have to see to believe and it starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

September 19, 2007: "Ready, set, hike! Tonight, it's an NFL spectacular that'll leave you gasping for breath, an Indianapolis Colts fan George Barnes realizes his dream of playing for the million and we've got a few NFL superstars here to cheer him as this game goes all the way to the fourth quarter with a shocking ending. If you miss this, you'll regret it tomorrow plus the one million dollar lucky case game continues, someone at home is guaranteed to win $1 million and it's not too late to play. You can still text or play online. Deal or No Deal starts now." - Joe Cipriano

September 28, 2007: "We're in the middle of a mission, for every contestant that hasn't taken home the million. Tonight, it's up to single mom Charlene Miranda. Will it be mission accomplished? Then, it's Deal or No Deal's first family. Can the Drew family keep it together, long enough to keep the million? Family night on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

October 3, 2007: "The million-dollar mission marches on. The Drew family started out with four million dollar cases, stay together. Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

October 10, 2007: "Deal or No Deal has been on a mission and tonight, Carmen Gant has. Can she make seven her lucky number? Deal or No Deal starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

October 12, 2007: "Tonight, it's the last night of our million-dollar mission with a record eight chances to win a million dollars but for Wynetta Williams, it's all going to come down to just one. This is the one you have to see right now." - Joe Cipriano

October 17, 2007: "Kimberly Bradshaw is no stranger to tough games. Tonight, she gets all of these girls on her team in a rush to become our most valuable player. It's the game of the season right now." - Joe Cipriano

October 26, 2007: "Tonight, Neil Washington has a score to settle and he'll risk everything to win it all and then, police officer Michael Abbruzesse crack the one million dollar case. It all goes down right now." - Joe Cipriano

November 2, 2007: "Tonight, officer Michael Abbruzesse is disturbing the banker's peace so the banker starts name calling that's before calling in some backup. Freeze and step away from the remote. It all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

November 9, 2007: "It's Green Week at NBC where green is universal and tonight these two contestants generate their own electricity. Plus, in honor of Green Week, a surprise visit from, conserve your energy. You're gonna need it stay right there. Deal or No Deal starts right now." - Joe Cipriano (Green Week episode)

November 16, 2007: "Tonight, get ready for Deal or No Deal's biggest jackpot ever, three teams each have the chance of a lifetime, just match a pair of cases and go home multi-millionaires but first it's a battle of wills. Will college student Erin Kraft listen to regionals or listen to her roommate? Tough decisions and a shot at a hundred million dollars right now." - Joe Cipriano

Thanksgiving Episode, November 21, 2007: "Tonight, celebrate Thanksgiving at our table, a heaping helping of history making offers, amazing comebacks and bigger jackpots. Plus, a countdown of Deal or No Deal's top 10 moments of all time and a chance for you at home to win in our $100,000 lucky case game. Gather the family for a Deal or No Deal Thanksgiving special you won't want to miss." - Joe Cipriano

November 30, 2007: "Tonight, who says quitters never win, Melissa Ortiz plans to quit her job but can she make good on that promise, then Jallah Leonard isn't quitting for anything. See who can take it." - Joe Cipriano

December 5, 2007: "Howie asks one important question of each contestant. Many of them have been able to name it but none stayed in to claim it. Tonight, will Jonah Leonard, Larry Bales or Summer Andrew pick the million and go all the way? Summer will face the toughest decision the contestants ever had to make choosing between her winnings or her husbands because for the first time ever she'll play in the studio and he'll play backstage. Three players, Four chances at the elusive one million dollars. Is tonight the night? Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

Summer in December Episode, December 7, 2007: "Tonight, it's a Deal or No Deal summer celebration and we're doing it in style starting with the models and look we also have sand, beach balls and Howie in shorts. It's Summer in December, tonight we're bringing you the riskiest contestant on Deal or No Deal ever had and she's going to do whatever it takes to go all the way. We've had you yelling at your TV set but tonight we're gonna make you scream." - Joe Cipriano

What's The Deal Week, December 10, 2007: "In a world where almost anything can happen one man stands alone and dares to ask that all-important question. It's What's The Deal week on Deal or No Deal where players can double or even triple their money, offers of a lifetime and special guest appearances. What's The Deal week starts Tonight as these three contestants compete against each other in a Winner Take All battle. They'll each play their own game and the biggest winner of the night. The person who wins the most money in their game will take everyone's money, that's right, the combined winnings of all three players, somebody could go home with almost three million dollars, but two of these players will go home with nothing. We've never done this before, a Deal or No Deal first as we kick off What's The Deal Week on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

What's The Deal Week, December 12, 2007: "It's the final night of What's The Deal week and you never know what surprises are lurking inside these cases or what celebrities are waiting in the wings and tonight, the ball drops on an all-new exciting twist. Effort Afante and Anthony Marrero will each play their games and then it's time to face the deal wheel, they must spin the wheel where they can double or even triple their money or just as easily their winnings could be cut in half, one million dollars can instantly become two million dollars or even three million dollars but in this record-breaking game, the breaking could be devastating." - Joe Cipriano

Christmas Episode, December 25, 2007: 'Twas the night of Christmas at Deal or No Deal and we've got surprises with loads of appeals, the cases were held by the models with care in hopes St. Nicholas soon would be there. There's money and carolers and presents and snow. Two awesome contestants and uh. Tonight, Harriet Cohen, a real life Ms. Fox has some big decisions to make with her husband, but does her son have a psychic gift that could help her. Then, Jennifer Masche has six special helpers, and when you are a mother of six, you don't give up without a fight. Also, Howie showers the audience with gifts. 12 great gifts, it is 12 days of Christmas and everyone will have a chance and a happy new year with our one hundred thousand dollar Lucky Ornament Game. Gather your family, there's lots to enjoy. Deal or No Deal: Christmas for good girls and good boys." - Joe Cipriano

January 2, 2008: "We did it once but no one believed we'd be crazy enough to do it again. It's the return of the Million-Dollar Mission, for every time the million dollars isn't won we add another million dollars to the next game and no one is more deserving than American hero Will Jimeno and we're gonna help him on his mission because we have two $1,000,000 cases and this hero is fighting his way to the millions don't miss this American hero in all his glory. Find out right here on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

January 3, 2008: "The Million-Dollar Mission continues! and Heather McKee is the second person to play. Tonight, we have unforgettable pieces and unimaginable craziest and record-breaking unimaginable ending you don't believe. That breaking start right now!" - Joe Cipriano

70's & 80's Episode, January 6, 2008: "Tonight, we're stepping back in style. First, it's the groovy 70s with disco king Nick Abdullah and no episode of Deal or No Deal would be complete without... Then, it's time for the radical 80s with Teresa Trogolio celebrating a decade of big hair with big surprises, a surprise model, surprise cases and surprise celebrity guests. Get ready to get down. Two spectacular decades, one outrageous night right now on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

January 7, 2008: "Howie is still doing his Million-Dollar Mission. And let's means tonight, there's not one, not two, not three, but four million dollar cases. It's Guy Goudeau hopes his dreaming a wreck to battle the banker to take home the million dollars. Let's means brave enough to take on big risks. And later, this hero to be a hero of own. Deal or No Deal starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

January 9, 2008: "It's the continuation of the most insane event in television history. You guessed it, he is still on his million-dollar mission and returning to the stage Brian Falcon, and after starting with five one million dollar cases, the banker is getting really nasty in his offers, The cutting jabs and the crying Hawaiian right now. - Joe Cipriano

January 14, 2008: "The Million Dollar Mission marches on for every contestant that doesn't win the million dollars, we add another million-dollar case to the next game and Margarita Montejo came just at the right time because her dreams don't come cheap, so bad and with sky-high dreams, she needs sky-high offers, but when the offers start with six figures and keep rising, the decisions are huge, record-breaking dreams, right here, right now." - Joe Cipriano

January 16, 2008: "Tonight, Shequila Farrelly gets two huge surprises, our first ever celebrity guest model. If that's not enough, there's seven one million dollar cases. That's right, our million-dollar mission continues and this army wife is ready for the challenge i came here for a million but the banker is not gonna make it easy for her. Could Ellen be holding one of her millions? We might never find out." - Joe Cipriano

January 21, 2008: "Tonight, the millions are mounting, the odds are shifting and the million-dollar mission could be a New York City sanitation worker into a millionaire, those millions are already in the can and John Buonviaggio will trash talk his way to a Deal or No Deal record. Stay tuned." - Joe Cipriano

January 23, 2008: "Tonight, the pressure is on, the tension is mounting, the million-dollar mission, since all those before tonight failed in their mission. We did something we've never done before. For the first time ever, we started Britney Lewzader. That's right, a record nine one million dollar cases and tonight, a conclusion you cannot miss. The agonizing decisions, the staggering records, and tension's so thick you could cut it with a cotton swab and the banker has a last-second surprise, that will change everything." - Joe Cipriano

February 4, 2008: Tonight, it's the biggest deal ever. That's right, the million-dollar mission is taking us where we've never gone before, with ten times the chance to become a millionaire. Giving a mother of five, Becky Matheny, the opportunity of a lifetime, as well as the toughest challenge she'll ever face, more pressure and more cases than we've ever had. You can't miss this. This is the night, this is the contestant and it all starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

February 11, 2008: Tonight's Deal or No Deal is the stuff of legend. In fact it's downright magical our million-dollar mission continues, giving devoted mom Tamika Kendall and her little prince. The fairy tale ending they've always dreamed of but before every happy ending comes an epic battle this princess will fight to the very last page. Plus, we revisit some of the banker's meanest moments. How will it end? Stay there and find out." - Joe Cipriano

February 14, 2008: "Tonight, Edward Thomassi comes to Deal or No Deal, but the banker enter its true of all. Who will win out? His mom... or the troublemakers. Find out right now." - Joe Cipriano

February 18, 2008: "Tonight, it's the biggest Deal or No Deal ever! The banker is ending the million-dollar mission with a record-breaking 13 cases and the greatest odds of contestants ever had, for Katie Henslin, it'll take everything she's got to take everything she can get. This is the one you must see to the end." - Joe Cipriano

February 20, 2008: "What can you choose all the right cases? What would you choose to do with the money? Tonight, Anabel Gomez will risk it all what for the million. Plus, she wants the money. Will be Howie speechless? Then, a Deal or No Deal first, someone is ejected from the game. You'll see this one to the end this game." - Joe Cipriano

February 25, 2008: "Tonight, it's the banker's most insane move yet and for the biggest game, he's not just taking on one contestant, he's taking on two. Has the banker lose his mind? Because no one has ever been this close to taking it all, and as they play their odds become the best ever. Will tonight be the night the banker finally loses his million. You can find out to watch the very last minute." - Joe Cipriano

February 27, 2008: "Tonight, Larren Colum got the ultimate safety net, he's got his lucky underwear, he's got a lucky draw and he's got celebrity support but even all this, the game becomes the one of nail-biters we ever had! Right now." - Joe Cipriano

March 2, 2008: "People come to Deal or No Deal for all kinds of reasons, but tonight, Kristen McCrory returns and she's gonna get her party on, but the banker's gonna do everything he can to crash her party, then a Deal or No Deal first, Johnny Perez has a challenge for the banker like no other. Is the banker going to the bank to the tank? It all starts right here, right now". - Joe Cipriano

March 3, 2008: "Tonight, Garrett Smith has a bigger league green and he can win enough money, he have to time-off to play with a hit out of the park or fall in the banker. Can this natural to win enough money to feel the green. Stay tuned to the million-dollar case stays at the end, but will Garrett strikeout? - Joe Cipriano

March 5, 2008: "If you were on Deal or No Deal, how would you pick your cases, and tonight, these two contestants bring their unique methods to the stage. First, Keisha Morris continues with her lucky son. Then, Christopher Higdon bring his unique twist in the form of man's best friend. It goes down right now." - Joe Cipriano

March 10, 2008: "Tonight, it's you are the Deal or No Deal's first royal visit and she's looking for a new home but this princess is making some decrees and she wants a treasure fit for a queen, then Johnny Taylor is ready to play and she's brought her lucky hairball, you won't believe how well it works for her. Don't go away." - Joe Cipriano

March 12, 2008: "Tonight, Johnny Taylor is in the house with her lucky wig and she's taking on the banker. The banker is fighting back with his meanest move yet but with huge money still on the board Johnny believes in one thing and if she's right all she has to do to make her dreams come true is to have the guts to stay in the game now. Will Johnny have the million? Will she stay in until the end? because the million will." - Joe Cipriano

March 17, 2008: "Stressful situations are nothing new for air traffic controller Steve Vincentini, but can he keep his game under control because Tonight, you could change his life forever. Then, Linda Gerard uses a little humor to lighten things up and Howie knows how to play along and so do the models. Big fun and big decisions. Two contestants, one final choice, right now." - Joe Cipriano

March 24, 2008: "Tonight, poker player Mary Beth Holtzheimer fight herself to become a millionaire, making the tension excruciating. Will the cards fall in her favor? You won't find out till the very end." - Joe Cipriano

March 27, 2008: "Tonight, Saima Shah wants a glamorous life and a surprise guest helped Saima take it to the end, and the game forces her to make some risky decisions. The star-studded excitement starts right now."

March 31, 2008: "Tonight, Todd Ranck has a game like no other because he's on the verge of becoming a millionaire and with a game this exceptional, he's keep going, so the banker brings in a psychic to try and stop him but one thing for sure, this is the show to watch." - Joe Cipriano

April 2, 2008: "Tonight, it's a night of first for Kathy Burns and she'll be forced to make decisions that can alter the future of her family. What is Kathy willing to sacrifice in her quest for the million." - Joe Cipriano

April 7, 2008: "Tonight, night is the night, it's goes down for Uchenna Emmena and that is vision for her family to the limit but tempting offers will be testing for that dream. It's all goes down to one big moment. The America starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

April 23, 2008: "Tonight, the Deal Wheel is returns, Tony Dennis Burrow and Jenna Steinhoff are on the verge of winning an insane amount of money and each of them is here to take as much as they can, any way they can. Three million dollars rests on these cases which means they'll have to take the biggest risks ever to become our biggest winners ever. It all starts now." - Joe Cipriano

April 28, 2008: Tonight, the saga begins. It's the battle of elastic portion and you can't believe the special surprises, and Tonight, Elyse McCryllis and Brad Flinchum complete a Winner Take All battle. Will Elyse or Brad is the one to walk around with a new home or the Banker strike back? Because in the final chapter. The saga involves right now!" - Joe Cipriano

April 30, 2008: "Tonight, are here to help to slay the banker, but first, Richard Ramirez will feel the pressure from the three important women in his life and the banker increases that pressure and one of the ladies. It could affect one chance of a lifetime. Then, Kate Albarelli puts Howie in some compromising positions and her game heats up but will she push it to the end." - Joe Cipriano

May 5, 2008: Deal or No Deal is the biggest game show on the planet, its success in the U.S. has made it a global phenomenon airing in over 120 countries, many different hosts, many different models, and over a half of a billion dollars in prizes. Howie takes the show around the world, bringing american contestants, american money and playing the game you love in three different countries. It all starts tonight, as we head to the Philippines. We're on the set of Deal or No Deal. Howie joins the host Kris Aquino, their models, love to dance, their banker. Things got hot in southeast asia for the contestants Patrick Hook and Mike Levy. It is the tiller in the niller and the model search continues, you at home have a chance to pick the next Deal or No Deal model. Around the World starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 7, 2008: Deal or No Deal, the global phenomenon, its success here at home has made a hit around the world airing in over 120 countries with the models, the money, and the hosts, so Howie traveling around the world playing the game you love in three different countries and tonight, we're in Estonia, a country in northern europe, that was once part of. We're on the Estonian set of Deal or No deal with the Estonian models we're taking american contestants and our american money and Dean Krouch and Elaine Primeaux find out what it's like to play against a foreign banker, and the model search continues you at home have a chance to pick the next Deal or No Deal model. Around the World starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 14, 2008: Deal or No Deal, the game show that's a global phenomenon, it's been seen by hundred million people and airs in over 120 countries. Different hosts, different models, a half a billion dollars in prizes. Now, Howie hitting the road bringing american money and american contestants playing the game you love in three different countries on three different continents, and tonight, the world's greatest game show heads to its last stop: South Africa, their beautiful models, their banker, and their host, Ed Jordan, don't adjust your set. It's an explosive record-setting night from half a world away, and the banker has a surprise that will blow this bride away. Things are gonna get wild in Africa. Plus, the model search continues as you the next Deal or No Deal model. Deal or No Deal: Around the World starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

May 22, 2008: Multi-Million Dollar Madness starts tonight and Susan Cukjati just the right time. She'll have an unbelievable chance of becoming Deal or No Deal's first millionaire, with a surprise that you move to tears and one moment will change her life forever. This is one to watch. The madness starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

June 11, 2008: Multi-Million Dollar Madness with Adam Hansen and Adam's not messing around but the banker is not going easy on this scout master, and a million dollar camp requires everyone to be the right uniform but more millions means bigger offers and tougher decisions and it will be the ending you do not believe and it's the semi-finals of the model search you at home have a chance to pick the next Deal or No Deal model and you have a chance to win $50,000. Deal or No Deal starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

June 17, 2008: Multi-Million Dollar Madness, Susan Cukjati had 11 one million dollar cases, and Adam Hansen had 12, and tonight, Chris Trieu will have up to 13 one million dollar cases, and this chamber will determine the number of the million dollar cases in his game. How many will he have? Will he choose the ball with 13 1 million dollar cases, but to take home the million, he'll have to turn down every offer. It goes down right now." - Joe Cipriano

June 18, 2008: Multi-Million Dollar Madness, other contestants have gotten as many as and tonight, inside this chamber one ball will change Toni Crispino's life forever. How many one million dollar cases will she have and does she have the guts to turn down six-figure offers, with so many millions. It's sure to be madness. Will she be the million dollar winner ever? You don't want to miss the madness. Starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

Season Finale, June 25, 2008: It's been a spectacular season of Deal or No Deal, amazing special guests to banker's unbelievable challenges to a tale-biting Winner It All game to thrill the Deal Wheel to the dance party to the beach party, sent Howie around the world, playing the game you love in three different countries, chances to win the million this season phenomenal, but save the best for last, Multi-Million Dollar Madness continues for a exciting season finale of Deal or No Deal, each contestant will determine how many million dollar cases they have in their game, and tonight, Brandy Brown have a chance of a lifetime, unbelievable odds to unbelievable pressure, make for madness, and tonight, you decide which of these three girls become the next Deal or No Deal model and you have a chance to win $10,000. Multi-Million Dollar Madness Deal or No Deal Season Finale starts right now." - Joe Cipriano

September 8, 2008: "On the last Deal or No Deal, we kept our promise and gave away the million. Now we're crazy enough to relaunch the million-dollar mission. Is Gary Cody going to be the second millionaire? I didn't think this could get any better but it just did in a season where contestants go all the way to the end nascar fan Gary Cody puts the pedal to the metal and races for the million dollar finish line. Jerry's going all the way the relaunch of the million-dollar mission is ripping up." - Joe Cipriano

September 15, 2008: "Tonight, the relaunch of the million-dollar mission continues multiple chances at one million dollars and Chris Williams raises the choice between the million dollars and immortality. Will he turn down a priceless offer that any gamer would die for and why are there so many Howie's on stage? Tonight on Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano

October 3, 2008: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, Tommy Nolton III is the fourth person to play in the relaunch of the million-dollar mission and the million will not stop until giving away second $1,000,000 and again with a 50/50 shot at becoming a millionaire. Will Tommy Nolton go all the way and become our next million-dollar winner? Find out right now."

October 10, 2008: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, here comes our newlywed Layna Duggan and how Howie got our million-dollar mission is Layna. We've got done it before and we're not stopping until we give away another million. Plus, we're bring you our favorite videos by hopefuls as they try to be the next Deal or No Deal millionaire and Layna is one of them. Will she be the next millionaire? It's an incredible chance of a lifetime. The rain march to the million begins right now." - Joe Cipriano

October 22, 2008: "Tonight on Deal or No Deal, the contestant, the million-dollar mission, the offers, the ending you can believe." - Joe Cipriano

October 24, 2008: "Tonight, the million-dollar mission gives Colleen Fowler eight great reasons to get really excited and that's not all. Howie has a special surprise just for her and the stakes gonna get this high but taunting goes both ways. Could Colleen Fowler be our next millionaire? The million-dollar mission continues right now." - Joe Cipriano

October 29, 2008: "Yesterday was a exciting game, tonight, she is playing the million-dollar mission. For tomorrow, some things will be the same. you saw the first is amazing, things will blow your mind, but tempting offer is too good for passed out, and the books turned up reality steps in, but tomorrow having a dream that she is going after. Is Tomorrow Rodriguez second millionaire? Tonight is the night that tomorrow can never forget." - Joe Cipriano

Revival Version (Season 5 only)[]

"From Universal Orlando Resort, heart-pounding thrills, and hair-rising, adventure await. This is/It's Deal or No Deal!" - Joe Cipriano (Season 5)

The Game[]

Howie's Episode Intro[]

"Hello (everyone,) and welcome to Deal or No Deal! I'm Howie Mandel!" - Howie Mandel

"Hi, I'm Howie Mandel, and welcome to Deal or No Deal!" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Have a seat, let's the intensity begin! This may be a record setting day in just seconds. Many of you will experience rapid heart beat, shallow breathing, and increasing blood pressure, and that's just from watching this." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Welcome to Deal or No Deal. I'm Howie Mandel and any one of our players this evening could walk away with a huge cash prize. In order to do that, they're going to have to be lucky, gutsy, and a great sense of timing. It's time to bring the cases that you just saw in the vault out here to the stage and as usual, they have their special security detail." - Howie Mandel (early episodes of the Premiere Week)

"I'm standing inside a room surrounded by 26 cases holding millions of dollars. One of these cases holds a cool one million dollars. Tonight, someone will have a chance to pick one of these cases, and possibly take home whatever is inside. Will it be one million dollars, or one penny? One million dollars is the top prize. No trivia questions, no crazy stunts, all they have to do is be able to answer the one important question. And that one question is... Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel (early episodes of the Premiere Week)

"I'm standing in a room surrounded by 26 cases holding millions of dollars. One of these cases, is holding a top prize of $1,000,000. Is it that one? Or maybe it's one of these. Tonight, we will give someone the opportunity to choose one of these cases, and take home what's inside. Will it be $1,000,000 or 1 penny? A $1,000,000 top prize. I promise you. No crazy stunts. No trivia. No skill. All this person must be able to do, is answer one simple question, and that question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel 

"Imagine 26 cases held by 26 beautiful models; in each case, a different amount of money. Tonight, we'll give someone the opportunity to pick one of these cases, and take home what's ever inside. If they make the right choice, they can become an instant millionaire. The wrong choice: maybe just 1 penny. In order to hit it big tonight, all they have to do is answer one simple question, and that question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel

Tonight, on that stage, this show could change somebody's life. How it'll change will be entirely up to them. 26 cases to choose from. One, with a fortune in it. The right choice: you're an instant millionaire. How do you win it big? All you have to do is answer one simple question correctly. One question. And that question is: Deal or No Deal?

"In just moments, 26 cases will be brought down these steps carrying millions of dollars. And tonight, someone will get the chance of a lifetime, and that's to pick one of these cases and take home what's ever inside. The right choice: they become an instant millionaire. Over the next hour, there'll be no trivia questions to answer; no stunts to perform. To win the big money, all this person must do is answer one simple question correctly, and that question is: Deal or No Deal? - Howie Mandel

"Tonight, on that stage, this show could change somebody's life. How it'll change will be entirely up to them. 26 cases to choose from. One, with a fortune in it. The right choice: you're an instant millionaire. How do you win it big? All you have to do is answer one simple question correctly. One question. And that question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel

"These beautiful ladies are holding the most famous cases in America. Wouldn't you love the chance to pick one and take home what's ever inside, especially if it had millions of dollars? For someone tonight, anything can happen, but to hit the big money, all they have to do is answer one important question. That question has made some people very rich, and that simple question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel

"This may seem like just a game. But for someone here tonight, it's very serious business. $1,000,000 is at stake. Which one of these cases is holding the $1,000,000? I don't know. But I do know there is one question that must be answered correctly in order to take home the million. One question so simple even a child can answer, yet so difficult grown men and women are literally brought to their knees. And that one question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel

"I have one question. This question turns normal people into nervous wrecks. It makes rational people suddenly irrational. The power of this question is mind boggling because despite the havoc it causes, everyone in America wants to answer it. So what is this question? The question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel

"I am standing inside America's most famous vault. These are the cases contestants dream of opening. The promise of $1,000,000 inside one. And these are some of our show's most memorable players. Remember Thorpe Schoenle? He walked out of here with $464,000. And then there's Cheryl Jackson, who left with just $5. You see, win or lose, everyone there, and everyone here tonight has to answer just one important question. And that question is: Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel

"I'm surrounded by 26 cases holding millions of dollars. One of these cases holds a cool one million dollars. Tonight, we'll give someone the opportunity to pick one of these cases, and take home whatever is inside. Will it be one million dollars, or one penny? One million dollars is the top prize. No crazy stunts, no trivia questions, all this person has to do is answer the most important question, and that question is... Deal or No Deal." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS only)

"Hello, I'm Howie Mandel, and welcome to Deal or No Deal: The DVD Game. I'm standing inside a vault surrounded by 26 cases holding 26 random amounts of money, ranging from one penny to a cool million dollars. Now, you have the opportunity to play America's most-popular decision-making game in your own home. It'll take nerves of steel and lots of luck. Now, there's no trivia questions, there's no crazy stunts, the only thing standing between you and large amounts of money is one question, and that one question is... Deal or No Deal." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"You look here in this room, you see 26 cases holding millions of dollars. One of these cases has a cool one million dollars. Tonight, someone will have a chance to pick one of these cases, and possibly take home whatever is inside. Will it be one million dollars, or one penny? One million dollars is the top prize. No trivia questions, no crazy stunts, all they have to do is answer one question. That question is... Deal or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel (later episodes)

"Hello and welcome to Deal or No Deal. I'm Howie Mandel, and this evening, you could walk away with a huge cash prize. In order to do that, you're going to have to be lucky, gutsy, and have a great sense of timing. Now, I think it's time to introduce you to my better half. Actually, 26 of my better half." - Howie Mandel (PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy)

"I'm surrounded by 26 cases holding millions of dollars. One of these cases holds a cool one million dollars. Tonight, we'll give someone the opportunity to pick one of these cases, and take home whatever is inside. Will it be one million dollars, or one penny? One million dollars is the top prize. No crazy stunts, no trivia questions, all this person has to do is answer the most important question, and that question is... Deal or No Deal." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS only)

"You might have seen the show Deal or No Deal, but the way the DVD game is a little bit different, pay attention and I'll show you how it's done. The first thing you'll need to do is select a one player or two player game by using your remote control, and then press Enter or Ok to begin. Just like the show, you're going to select a case between 1 and 26, this case is going to be your case for the entire game. Each case has a money amount inside from one penny all the way to one million dollars. We're not going to show you what's inside your case until you get to the end of the game, or if you decide to take an offer from our banker to buy it from you, but we'll talk about that more in a bit. Once you choose your case, then you'll need to start selecting other cases to eliminate in the game. Each time you select the case, we'll open that case to reveal a money amount that is not in your case. As you continue to eliminate the money amounts, our banker will periodically call in and try to buy your case from you with an offer, the banker's offers will be different every time depending on which money amounts you eliminate from the game. Of course, the goal is to eliminate the smaller amounts, so the banker's offer can be high. Each time the banker makes you an offer, you are going to need to answer one very important question for me, and that question is Deal or No Deal. If you don't take the deal for the entire game, you'll be left with two final cases. Either keep the case you've been holding the entire game, or switch it for the remaining case in play. At this point, it's a 50/50 chance that you will have one of the two remaining amounts, you'll get one last chance to change your mind. During a two-player game, you can play with two people or groups divided into two teams. The aim is to get the highest amount, so it's a good idea to keep track of each other's games. One last thing, if at any point you want to play a new game, simply press the Title button on your remote control. So, that's it, let's not waste any more time, let's play Deal or No Deal." - Howie Mandel (explaining How to Play on DVD Game)

"Hi, this is Howie Mandel and today you're in for something special you've just chosen to start the show, this begins a fun-filled tournament of Deal or No Deal themed games just down this hallway and through our secret vault entrance you're gonna get a taste of but only the most adventurous gamers get to experience you will need to muster up all your gaming skills to become a top champion of the Deal or No Deal secret vault games let's get this started pick a case and we'll see what the first game is going to be." - Howie Mandel (The Secret Vault Games: Banker's Dozen on PC)

"Ladies... Please!" - Howie Mandel

"That's right, it's like the sun came over the mountain./How cool is this! Waouh, this is mesmerizing!" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"How cool is this!" - Howie Mandel (NFL Episode)

"Howie: Hello, Ladies! (Models: Hi/Hello, Howie!)" - Howie Mandel

"Ohhh, I love that." - Howie Mandel (Wii)

"(insert model's name), open the case!" - Howie Mandel

"How beautiful is that. That sounds great, but you know what sounds even better? One million dollars. What about a million dollars right here in the studio. How would you like to see that?" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"I am so excited about giving away $1,000,000, I am wearing a tie." - Howie Mandel

"Hi, I’m Richie Bell, and I am going to be a million dollar winner and let's meet Howie Mandel!" - Richie Bell's Introduction (October 22, 2009 episode)

"Hi, I'm Stacey, I hold case 2 on the show, and right now here is the rest of the ladies please." - Stacey Gardner's Introduction

Introducing the Contestant[]

"Here is the first contestant in the studio." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"The contestant/Welcome/Please say hello to our next player/We hear it to... (insert name)!" - Howie Mandel

"Are you married/have any hobbies?" - Howie Mandel

"You are playing as a couple." - Howie Mandel

"Tell me about yourself." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"If you become a millionaire tonight, what would you do with the money?" - Howie Mandel

"Well, if you won a million dollars, what would you be doing/Should you win a ton of money, what would you do?" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Are you ready to play?" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Let's go for the million! Here we go!" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"You have a one out of 26 chance of picking the case with $1,000,000. All you got to do is pick a number! Pick a number, do you have a number in mind?" - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"I want you to walk out of here with a million dollars. Let's find out what's in here. Do you think this is one of the one million dollars? You do? Want to find out? We'll find out if there's a million dollars in here by opening those. What's ever in those is not in yours." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Show people at home how you got here, watch this." - Howie Mandel

"You're still Mr. Unlucky, aren't you?" - Howie Mandel (says to Jason Vittorini)

"Your case is worth..." - Howie Mandel

Recaps[]

"We started with 26 cases with 26 different amounts of money inside, no one knows which amount is in which case. Jason chose one of the cases to be his to find out which of the 26 money amounts was in his case he had to open six of the remaining 25 cases. Next, the bank called down with a cash offer to buy back Jason's case for $7,000. Jason turned down the offer choosing to play." - Joe Cipriano

"We started with 26 cases with 26 different amounts of money inside, no one knows which amount is in which case. Amy chose one of the cases to be her to find out which of the 26 money amounts was in her case she had to open eighteen of the remaining 25 cases. Along the way, the bank make cash offers to buy back Amy's case. The last offer was $76,000. Right now, Amy will decide whatever she takes the deal or play on and chance at $1,000,000." - Joe Cipriano

"We started with 26 cases with 26 different amounts of money inside, no one knows which amount is in which case. Venus chose one of the cases to be her to find out which of the 26 money amounts was in her case she had to open eleven of the remaining 25 cases. Along the way, the bank make cash offers to buy back Amy's case. The last offer was $19,000. Right now, Venus will decide whatever she takes the deal or play on and chance at $1,000,000." - Joe Cipriano

"Cheryl Jackson, a mother-of-two from Plano, Texas starting with 26 cases with 26 cases inside, no one knows which amount is in which case. Cheryl chose case number 16 hopes to coming a newest millionaire. To find out which of the 26 money amounts was in her case she had to open eleven of the remaining 25 cases. Along the way, the bank make cash offers to buy back Cheryl's case. Cheryl was ready to the bank's call and the time ran out. So tonight, Cheryl is back to hear the offer and she had to decide whatever she takes the deal or play on and chance at $1,000,000." - Joe Cipriano

"Becky Venable is a happy-go-lucky mother who could use a lot more than just 1 million dollars because Becky has seven kids, lucky for her, the top prize rose to two and half million dollars with her supporters by her side, Becky turned down multiple offers from the bank but after knocking out the two and a half million dollars, she faces her toughest decision yet, what to do with a bank offer of $74,000." - Joe Cipriano 

"On the last Deal or No Deal, a New Yorker Lauren Potter came to transform herself into a millionaire. Lauren worked her magic knocking low amounts off the board. After turning down a life changing deal, Lauren got her surprise of her life, and the next shot came from the banker. Will Lauren Potter take the deal or will she risk it all for what's inside her case." - Joe Cipriano 

"Thorpe Schoenle, a Chicago firefighter came on to Deal or No Deal claiming to be the ultimate gamer but Thorpe's wife wasn't left her game with his choice of case number 20, after knocking out a couple big numbers, he came roaring back with low amount after low amount, the banker called it quits. This ultimate gamer win the ultimate prize, find out now." - Joe Cipriano 

"Last time, a high school football coach Jeff Huerta charged with the Deal or No deal stage to play for five million dollars with his biggest fans cheering him on. Jeff continues on tonight after turning down the bankers first offer of $30,000 with five million dollars still in play. Will Jim Puerta become America's next millionaire?" - Joe Cipriano

"Michelle Falco arrived we shocked her with a big prize. The highest prize in Deal or No Deal history up for grabs Michelle would need a special strategy but she didn't count on this with $1,000,000 still on the board. Will Michele turned down a six-figure offer to risk it all for $1 million?" - Joe Cipriano

Explaining The Game[]

"You look up at the beautiful ladies, each of them has a case, there's 26 different cases holding 26 different amounts of money, one of them is holding one million dollars. Now, each of them has a different amount, there will be one million dollars, all the way down to one penny, placed by a third-party that means our producers don't know which case has what amount, I don't know which case, even the lovely ladies don't know." - Howie Mandel explaining the rules (Pilot)

"There are 26 cases held by 26 lovely ladies, each of these cases is holding a random amount of money that was randomly placed by a third party. Nobody knows what's inside any case, but we do know that one case is holding $1,000,000, all the way down to one penny." - Howie Mandel (explaining the rules)

"We don't know what is in each of these 26 cases, we do know that the biggest amount in one of these cases is one million dollars. One million dollars, all the way down to a penny. Those are the different amounts and each case holds one of these amounts. I want you to pick a case, hopefully you'll pick the case with one million dollars. Take a breath, think of a number, and pick a case." - Howie Mandel (explaining the rules in PC only)

"This is the best game in the world, right? Because we got 26 lovely ladies holding 26 cases each of them with a random amount of money in the case. We don't know what's in any case because they were put there by a third party. We do know that one case is holding one million dollars all the way down to a penny. - Howie Mandel (explaining the rules in Special Edition for Wii only)

"Simple some people are confused by it because it can't just be that simple, 26 cases with 26 different amounts of money ranging from one penny to 1 million dollars. I just asked the contestant the case they believe has 1 million dollars. Now we want to find out if they picked the case with 1 million dollars so I'll ask you to open a certain number of cases and based on those cases if they don't have a million dollars in them the odds of you having a million dollars, the banker calls and we'll make you an offer don't open any more cases based on what has already been open and what I see is gone, the role of the banker is to get you to leave with the least amount of money possible so at what point is the offer so tantalizing that you want to take the offer, this is a real humid moment where a button that's right in front of you I could change my life allI have to do is hit that button but I could change my life a whole lot more, in order to win a huge amount of money you got to turn down a huge amount of money." - Howie Mandel (explaining the rules in Deal or No Deal)

"There are 22 cases, each of these cases is holding a random amount of money that was randomly placed by a third party. Nobody knows what's inside any case, but we do know that one case is holding half a million dollars, all the way down to one penny." - Howie Mandel (explaining the rules in Syndicated Version)

"It's Double Deal or No Deal. All the amounts are doubled" - Howie Mandel (tells the contestant a special day)

Picking A Case[]

"Now, this is your case, you may take home today unless you decide to sell it to the banker. To find out what's in this case and how do we do them by opening up other cases whatever is in those cases is not in your case, we start the first round by opening six cases, pick six cases one at a time, go ahead and pick your first case." - Howie Mandel explaining the game (PC only)

"Alright, we're ready to play. You need to pick one to twenty six to hold on to, and let's start dealing." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"We have 26 cases held by 26 gorgeous ladies, you gotta choose one case." - Howie Mandel (Plug and Play Game)

"Case number (insert number), now pick 6 more cases to start the first round." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"Yours to keep, yours to spend, yours to do whatever you want, unless you should decide to sell it to the banker. We'll talk about that later." - Howie Mandel

"Remember, whatever's inside theirs is not in yours." - Howie Mandel

"Pick the one (case) with one million dollars/that contains the million in it." - Howie Mandel

"That's your case to keep, to take home, to spare you want, unless you decide to sell it. Let's find out if you got a million dollars in there. Are you ready?" - Howie Mandel (Wii)

"You can get this case if you believe that half a million is in here or you can switch with any other case up there, what do you want to do." - Howie Mandel (Syndicated Version)

The Banker[]

"Okay, now here's where the game gets a little bit tricky. Alright, all those numbers have been taken off the board. You don't have those amounts of money in here but possibly, you are a millionaire. I want you to go home with a million dollars, you want to go home with a million dollars, everybody here wants you to go home with a million dollars. Almost everybody here, there is one guy sitting right there. Look, look up there, that guy in there is the banker. He doesn't want you to take home a million dollars. Remember I talked about selling your case. He's looking at you, he's watching your face now, you may have a small amount of money in your case or one of the huge amounts but he definitely doesn't want to pay out the big amounts so he's gonna be making an offer to buy your case to get you out of the game for as little money as possible. Right now he's dialing the phone and he's calling us." - Howie Mandel explaining the rules for the Banker (Pilot)

"Okay, the first round is over, and now, you see the banker up there, that's one person in this room that doesn't want you to go home with a ton o money. So, he calculating he wants you out of here now, he's looking at you, he's watching at you." - Howie Mandel explaining the rules for the Banker (Nintendo DS/GameBoy Advance only)

"Okay, the first round is over, you picked six cases and it's time for the banker to make an offer. He's not your friend, he doesn't want you to win, he is reading your every move and he wants you out of here as soon as possible with as little money as possible./so you know that that's the banker and it's his job to buy back your case about to make you an offer" Howie Mandel explaining the rules for the Banker (PC only)

"The man in the room with one job, that's the nasty job, is to get you out of here for as little as possible, he's looking at the board, he's looking at you, and he wants to buy that case for as little as possible. He's working it out, that's the banker right there, he's gonna call me to make an offer right now." - Howie Mandel explaining the rules for the Banker (Wii)

"Ok! Now we have to deal with the banker, the guy you don't like, the guy you want to give a timeout to. He wants to go home with a little bit of money./This is the guy that wants to lose. He wants you to get out here now for as little as possible. He is about to make an offer." - Howie Mandel explaining the rules for the Banker (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Okay, a lot of money still up on the board for you, alright, let's see what the banker wants to give you in exchange for that case of yours/11 cases down, alright, let's see what the bankers thinks about your pick/How do you feel about that one, I know how I feel, but let's see if the banker gets you to take the deal/This deal will be huge, let's see what he has to say/Three more out of the way, okay, you think this is gonna be a good offer/Wow, I'll bet the banker is sweating, okay, let's see what he has to say/We're in the final stretch, you can almost hear the banker's calculator going up there, can't you/You're making it very complicated on her friend up there, any ideas what he's gonna say, I know, money, but how much/What do you think is up there, you got a good deal, let's see/Only two up there to choose from after this, you just might have to take the deal, is this the time, maybe." - Howie Mandel when he gets a call from the Banker (DVD Game)

"If you want to take the offer, you have to hit this button and say deal, and the (insert amount) is automatically/it's yours. If it's no deal, you have to close this box, and you must open (X) more cases, before we talk to the banker again." - Howie Mandel

"If you choose deal and the money's yours. If you choose No Deal, you have to open up (X) cases before the offer." - Howie Mandel

"I'm now gonna get an offer then you have to make a decision." - Howie Mandel explaining the rules for the Banker (Plug & Play Game)

"You are/And you are..." - Howie Mandel (meeting the contestant's family and friends)

"Shhhh! (Quiet please, everyone!) Let's listen to what he/she/they have to say." - Howie Mandel (requesting for silence from the studio audience when the contestant's family members and friends want to say something to the contestant regarding the offer or when the contestant wants to say something about the offer his/her/themselves)

"You have (insert number) cases to open." - Howie Mandel

"It's all about risk, it's all about guts, and a great sense of timing. You've got to ask yourself, is this the time, or do you go one more time?"

"If you say no deal to the next offer, you'll have to open one case at a time." - Howie Mandel

"The offer went up/down." - Howie Mandel

"What do you think is gonna happen?" - Howie Mandel when he gets a call from the Banker (Wii)

"It went up/down." - Howie Mandel (Wii)

"You've set a/another record." - Howie Mandel (2005-2009)

"This is the highest offer yet." - Howie Mandel (2005-2019)

"Hello? He said he doesn't think you have what it takes to last the entire game!/He says, well, he admires your optimism, you're gonna have to prove it to him." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Hello, okay, that's fair/Hello, hmm, hmm. Okay/Hello, okay, okay, I'll tell them that/Hello, Mr. Banker, right, okay, I'll let them know " - Howie Mandel talks to the banker (PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"This is a very fair offer but it is very early/The offers gone up this is a good amount of money but is it good enough/I'll tell those picks really hurt you a very low offer/the offer went up and this is a very nice amount of money/Okay we're into the six figures now you need to think this through." - Howie Mandel

"The banker wants to know if you leave now for/and he's offering you/Mr. Banker is just loving you/the offer is.../ [insert amount]." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"Sit down." - Howie Mandel (October 6, 2007 episode and Special Edition for the Wii)

"Don't make your decision alone, you brought people with you." - Howie Mandel

"This is a one-time offer, you say No Deal, it goes away." - Howie Mandel (2005-2009)

"Deal... or No Deal?" - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"You have (number of percentage) chance that your case holds (insert right side amount)." - Howie Mandel

"Look what's on the board." - Howie Mandel

"How to play Speed Deal or No Deal: I have no time to take phone calls from the Banker, so what he's gonna do is he's going to give me the offer, the offer is going to go right up on the board. Alright, you're gonna have 20 seconds to tell me whenever it's a deal or no deal. If you don't answer within 20 seconds, that is considered no deal and we move on and open another five cases. You have 20 seconds to make a decision/the rule here, he will give the offer, you have 20 seconds to answer. If you don't answer in 20 seconds, that is automatic No Deal." - Howie Mandel (explaining Speed Deal or No Deal)

"We don't have time for the all the supporters, as we usually have on a regular game, but we allow you one supporter." - Howie Mandel (Speed Deal episode)

"We have 200th episode cake! I told him if we will give away more than $1,000,000, he will dive in the cake, but if we will give away less than $1,000,000, I will dive in the cake." - Howie Mandel (Speed Deal episode)

"If you say yes, you have to hit that button, walk away, go home and it's yours." - Howie Mandel (NFL episode and Special Edition for the Wii)

"Lower than last time but it is still an awesome amount of money." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"You have to make a decision so I ask you. Deal or No Deal? - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"This I think is a decent amount of money/This is a very nice offer/This is a great offer, maybe, it's enough for you to walk away/This is an excellent excellent offer, you are guaranteed to walk away with a lot of money. - Howie Mandel (PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"So I/let me ask you, Deal or No Deal" - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"It's all on you/the moment of truth/think about this, Deal or No Deal" - Howie Mandel (PC only)

"Hello Mr. Banker, right, okay, right." - Howie Mandel

"The (new) offer is (insert amount)." - Howie Mandel

"Your case could/still hold [insert amount]." - Howie Mandel (PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance)

"Take the deal. Take the deal./One more case" - Audience chanting when people need to take the deal or open a case (2006-2019)

"No, I have to." - Howie Mandel

"What do you want to do now?" - Howie Mandel

"Willing to take the risk/Is this the time?" - Howie Mandel

"How are you feel if it has (insert right amount)?" - Howie Mandel

“You are move into a another level/You just reached six figures/Six figures." - Howie Mandel

"There are (insert number of cases) left, one of them has (right side amount)." - Howie Mandel

"If you keep these large amounts in play, the offers are going to become ridiculous." - Howie Mandel

No Deal[]

"If you keep the big amounts in, they go up, and if you knock them out, they go down." - Howie Mandel

"No Deal, huh, five more cases to open/You are still in the game, select four more/Pick four cases, show us small amounts/Still no deal yet, you choose three more/We are going down to it, pick three more/Maybe the banker will make you a good deal on the next one, pick two more/Okay, we're down to the last cases, you know what to do/One other case to pick it up to you/Only three cases left, let's make it two cases left, choose one/We're almost there, with one case closer/Are you feeling lucky? I hope so, pick one case." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"You can't leave with more than (insert amount)." - Howie Mandel

"No Deal, now for round two, I want you to open another five cases before we take another offer go ahead and pick your first case/I'm now going to ask you to open four more cases to open, go ahead and pick a case/You need to open three more cases to open before the banker makes a another offer, go ahead and pick a case/you have to open up two cases just two cases before we take another offer, go ahead and pick your first case/With this round, we start picking cases one at a time before each banker offer, take a breath and pick a case/Okay, moving on, you only have to pick one more case before the next offer, take a case

"No Deal, you need to open five more cases to open before the next offer, go ahead and pick a case/I'm now going to ask you to open four more cases to open, go ahead and pick a case/You need to open three more cases to open before the banker makes a another offer, go ahead and pick a case/You need to open two cases to open before the banker makes a another offer, go ahead and pick a case/With this round, we start picking cases one at a time before each banker offer, take a breath and pick a case/Okay, four cases left in play, pick one case before the next offer/Okay, moving on, you only have to pick one more case before the next offer, take a case/This is it, the final round, let's open one last case before the banker makes his final offer, choose a case." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"Show us something good/let's see a (insert low number)/No huge amounts, please/come on give us some good news" - Howie Mandel (PC only)

"We want to see/Look up there and find anything/Anything, anything but (insert right side amount)." - Howie Mandel

"If you want to take home (insert right side amount), you will go all the way/see the other amounts go/open all other cases/turn down all the other." - Howie Mandel

"Stay away from some big amounts/that block/bottom right" - Howie Mandel

"Show me/us a (insert small amount)." - Howie Mandel

"This is exactly how to play." - Howie Mandel

"Wouldn't it be great if we saw $50?" - Howie Mandel

"The key to this game is to try to hit the left-hand column." - Howie Mandel

"The top (X) amounts in play including [insert right side amount]". - Howie Mandel

"You have one/two/three/four/five more case(s) to open, pick a case." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"Good, nice low number off the board, not in your case/That's good, a low amount out of the way/That's great, that's exactly what we want/Wow, this is exactly how the game should be played/Alright, the penny is off the board/Excellent, $1, $1 is off the board/Yes." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"$5, $5 is off the board/There goes $400,000/$400, out of play, this nice low amount/$1,000,000 gone and it's not in your case/Very nice, $10, low number off the board, not in your case/$1,000 off the board and not in your case/$75,000, whoa off the board hopefully that won't hurt you too much/$750 off the board, $750 not in your case/Woah okay, $300,000 out of play, you need to avoid those huge amounts." - Howie Mandel (PC only)

"Wow, that hurts, that really hurts/Uh oh, that's bad, I did not need that/No! No! I'm sorry, that hurts/"Half a million dollars off the board, not in your case/No! No! I'm sorry, that hurts. $1,000,000, our top amount, no longer in play, not in your case." Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

Oh waouh! No Deal!/It takes a lot of guts to do what you're doing. - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Good round, good round, let's see how much it helped/That is okay, wasn't great, not horrible, let's see the banker thinks/Well, that round was not in your favor, let's see how much it hurt you." Howie Mandel (PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance)

Excellent, excellent that was an incredible round and there's a lot of money up there let's see what he's got to say/I think you're making the banker nervous, that was a great round/that was not very good we know the offer is gonna go down, let's see how far down/that was a great round you haven't exactly where you want/this is not the way you wanted it to go, you want to stay in that left column, small amounts.

"Let's just do it/Ouuuuuuuuh!/One case. All you have to do is open one case/Two cases/Great, that's great." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Remember, it's speed Deal Or No Deal, so pick all six at once/all the same time." - Howie Mandel

"Any other night, it would be horrific." - Howie Mandel

"Make it tiny..." - Howie Mandel

"That's (insert model's name)." - Howie Mandel

"You don’t knock both (amounts) out." - Howie Mandel (tells the player would be impossible to knock the big amounts out when he/she have to open one case at a time)

"If (insert name)'s case has (insert one left amount left), you are a MILLIONAIRE. Even if he/she has (insert right side amount) in his/her case, and you decide to go on, there would still be (insert number of $1,000,000 cases) left, and if the next case had (insert one left amount left) in it, you would be a MILLIONAIRE." - Howie Mandel

“My legs are weak, and this is YOUR game. I don’t want this on me at all, so you tell Sarati when you want her to open the case.” - Howie Mandel

"This is the last case before we call from the banker (again)." - Howie Mandel

"Call your friends, call your neighbors." - Howie Mandel

(insert amount) is in [insert model name]'s case, it's not in your case."

"That's okay, that's okay." - Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"That's okay! That's okay! That's okay! I've actually never seen someone so excited about not having $5,000." - Howie Mandel

"Our luck is turning./It's turning." - Howie Mandel (the contestant's luck is turning)

"Mr. Unlucky just got lucky." - Howie Mandel

"Gotta turn this thing around." - Howie Mandel

"Each case means more now than done before" - Howie Mandel

"You are the razor’s edge". - Howie Mandel (says this to the contestant has one more big amount on the board)

Contestants[]

"It's good, it's good/I'm still in it. I'm still in it." - Karen Van

"No deal, Mr. Banker./"Kim, one buck, please!" - Jason Vittorini

"I am my father's child, but I no damn fool. Deal!" - Daryl Johnson

"This ain't going right./"That's not the one." - Daryl Johnson

"It's an enormous amount. I'd be very happy with it, so I'm going to say deal!" - Traci Wilkerson

"This is just not going well!/"Can I answer it?" - Traci Wilkerson

"We've been having fun here, but it is time to go home." - Oscar Sistrunk

"I thought I was coming here to play for a million right and that million is still out there, right, so No Deal!" - Becky Venable

"Three lucky sisters right there, and I've got three girls and my lucky Brian, and I'm keeping it." - Janette Beverly

"Would this change our lives? Absolutely. Am I greedy? Um, a couple of minutes ago I was! Am I now? Heck no!" - Peter Montesanti

"I came all the way! I know I got a high number somewhere out of this thing, Howie! Come on now! It's only 1 and 5 left. It's the big one! I got it!" - Cheryl Jackson

"Five dollars, please!" - Cindy Pridgen

"Do I have to look?" - Sherman Mitchell

"You know what, my brother at home told me that I was gonna go home with like five or seventy five dollars, but I would never hear the end of it that were the case, so I am going to deal! - Becky Venable

”You know what, Howie? I'm going for the 50." - Patrick Maritato

"That hurts./"Number eight got a penny in it.../"Who gave'm that number?" - Eric Paulsen

"I've listened to Robert all the way along the line. I also have to go home with my wife. I'm taking the deal." - Bryan Thompson

"Get one big one out of the way right now./That's the one I meant to get before!/Marginal./A dollar, a dollar, a dollar..../I'll take it!/Small, please, small, please, small, please..." - Bryan Thompson

"I'm going... No deal." - Cathy Hamm

"I’m gonna go with what's in my case.” - Janie Colosso

"If the banker offers me amounts, and I have only one case that's higher than the amount that they're offering, I would say Deal." - Stephanie Lynch

"Oh... That hurt." - Stephanie Lynch

"Can I talk you through the numbers? Here we go. There are one, two, three, four, five, six cases left on the board. 33% chance of picking a big number. That gives me 67% chance of picking a low number. 67%. Vegas would almost play on those. I won't. Deal." - Daniel Miller

"I came here today with a number in mind." - Michael Wallace

"One cent... one cent... one cent..." - Sheetal Shetty

"I get to do my secret handshake with her. I haven't done it the whole time." - Hans Hartleben

"I, I came here to do everything that I did. I appreciate everybody here today. I really do. And it's our opportunity. And so, um, greed is not good. And I'm going to say 'deal'." - Bryan Kennedy

"I need to do the right thing, for both special Olympics and for our family. I'm saying 'deal'." - Erin Birch

"I was a greedy pirate a few minutes ago. But today, I am a rich pirate! Deal!" - Thorpe Schoenle

"I am in the game, baby. That's what I'm talking about." - Thorpe Schoenle

"I like to take chances. And, I'm pretty sure my wife is gonna be okay with this. Deal." - Randy Smith

"Howie.. I can't even get a full tank of gas with $9000. No deal!" - Randy Smith

"You gotta do better than that! No deal!/Mom knows best! No deal!/I'm going for it! No deal!" - Rebecca Van de Ven

"I kind of want to finish my list but I would never forgive myself if I go home with the dollar." - Anca Toderic

"No brainer. No deal!" - Anca Toderic

"Bring on the million, bring on the fun. I got a dream to make happen, let's get this deal done." No deal!" - Gary Riotto

"You're really gifted... but I'd take the money now." - Shirley Lipner

"There are three small numbers left on the board. There really are. I don't make very much! And I have to spend a lot, not making very much. Living in New York City: It's ridiculous! Like, everybody here, besides my mom and my sister, thinks that I should go on, but this will change my life! This really will change my life! Deal!" - Lauren Potter

"To walk away with $10,000 would be a disaster. $81,000: I can keep my wife at home; have a baby. It's time to say "Aloha"! Deal." - Jim Moniz

"Ok, I'm excited!" - Dana Belle

"Howie, let the banker know I'm making a withdraw." - Jeff Griffiths

"We've been having fun here, but it is time to go home." - Oscar Sistrunk

"Your husband is right. You can't think about the $750,000 in your suitcase, you have to think, 'If I go home with $196,000, can I make some dream come true?'" - Celine Dion (to Casey Bell)

"I will, I will feel bad if there's 750 in here, but I think, I think they're right. I'm going with my girl Celine and my crew. Deal!" - Casey Bell

"You have to risk big to win big. No Deal!" - Casey Bell

"A lot of money. It's a lot of money. That's my new- That'll change my family's life. I'll make a deal." - Robin Mullins

"Well, Howie, uh, I know my family has my best interest at heart. But this money could help with some of the ministries that I work with; start helping some of the children on things at nature, so, with that, Howie, I'm gonna have to say 'deal'." - William Ming

"I, I, I, I, I gotta listen! I gotta listen to Donald! I gotta listen!" - Kimberly Chastang

"Howie, same thing I said last time, figuring out the odds. Last time I made the aggressive play, it paid off. But if you do that every down, it's gonna come back and bite you in the butt. Deal." - Jeff Huerta

"1...2...3... No deal!/I like this game and I wanna play some more. NO DEAL!" - Michelle Falco

"8 is great! 8 is great! I gotta stick with 8. I'm sticking with my case. I'm sticking with 8. It's been good to me! It's been real good to me!" - Michele Falco

"Well, you know, you know I'd say "half a loaf of bread is better than none". I'm gonna take it. Deal." - Frankie Panico

"I'm not stupid, Howie. Deal." - Ron Rosania 

"I'm gonna stick with mine. Hopefully it's $750.” - Adalis Marrero

"$10,000 won't get it done, Howie. NO DEAL!/Two high numbers, we're playing. It ain't going down." - Mark Williams

"This would be easy. NO DEAL!" - PJ Dykes

"I gotta look at these girls a little bit longer. NO DEAL/We can do this." - Jim Miada

"It's hard." - Tommy Fuller

"Howie, don't show me the million" - Tammy Fuller

"Let's take 'em home." - Jed Dodds

"You know, Howie? We've had a great time; brought a lot of great supporters: friends from our zoo. Let's take 'em home." - Jed Dodds

"I won't make you so daggone mad at me. NO DEAL!" - Holly Benefield

"You know what? I have had a incredible time. And you know what? Hey y'all, watch this! Deal!" - Holly Benefield

"I'm a fighter, not a quitter. And I have to be smart. I'll take the deal." - Marco Ceballos

"I'm not sure." - Tracee Jones

"It's a lot of money. It's a lot of money, Howie. Thank you!" - Kevin O'Bryan

"I told you earlier I had the guts I will still have this big gut when I go home with three hundred and thirteen thousand dollars." - Anita English

"Alright, Howie, I know that this is a tough decision and I might regret it later, but you can't risk everything and, uh, $247- This is, this is a lot of money! I'm looking at my family! I'm gonna take the deal!" - Nicole Cuglewski

"Took a chance at last, like, last offer was good. I took a chance. I rolled the dice. I said to myself, 'We talked about this. If I had one huge amount left, and I was down to one choice, then I would not play with fire.' I got—I do have six kids. That's real. That's real. So- I like the real, Howie, so, that being said, deal." - Miles McIntosh

"I said "9 is fine for Shine.". Let's open it up and see what I got." - Peter Shine

"I don't know, I don't know, OK, It's us together. Let's take the money." - Casey Penston and Courtney Rudy

"I've been thinking about this, going through the scenarios in my head for a long time. And I love my family more than anything. It's Thanksgiving. I am not gonna disappoint my family and come home with nothing. I'm gonna take the deal here." - Joe Kaiser

"I came here to get that turkey. Did I get the turkey? I got the turkey. And now, I got the deal." - Becky Spears

"I'm thinking I could do a whole lot with 46,000. But I'm also thinking if I could knock out one more on the left side, it's going up. This is a chance of a lifetime, and I'm here because of my family, more so, my son. You know what? Deal." - Terra Walker

"Bird in the hand's better than two in the bush. I'm gonna go with the deal." - Will Cockrell

"I, I know, I know that's a huge amount, but you have to understand what 67,000 means to me." - Brian Miller

"$264,000 is more than I had ever imagined, for me here in getting. That is so much money, Howie! That is so much money! I was crazy once! I'm not gonna be crazy this far! I'll take the deal! Deal! Deal!" - Shayla Ellis

"Howie, this has been an awesome experience. A chance of a lifetime. I am blessed. Merry Christmas, Howie, to you and to your family. Merry Christmas to you too, banker! And Happy New Year for me in mind! That's a deal!" - Skip Allen

"I said "If you believe, you achieve!" - Lamar Wilson

"Take it home. Take it home." - Tommy Turpening 

"But I have to think of it the opposite way. I have to think of it like this: If I say "no deal" and I go for it again and the 750,000's up there, I'm gonna feel a lot worse, because I don't want to leave with that $10. Yes. Deal!" - Kathy Beck

"Ok. That's, That's, That's a lot of money. I th, I, I thin, I, Deal." - Eric Robinson

"I want to say that I have had a super time, because this was my dream. I watch this show from home and I'm like: I love the show and I'm happy, happy to be here. I'm gonna take the deal.

"Come see! Yes, I want you to see!" - Charlyn Speth

"Listen! You know what? This- I- This is so much money! I would absolutely be ridiculous not to take something like this." - Jackie Monroe

"Listen. This is gonna be my case. Come here. I want you- Can I bring my family over, as long as we'll- OK. We're still together. Just drop it!" - Chris Serino

"You know what, Howie? It's been an incredible experience. To have an offer like this, it will help my children so much, and they're the main reason why I'm here. They're the most wonderful thing in the world to me, so Howie- Ready?!" - Vicki Montzingo

"At this point, um, 15 grand is, uh, a lot of money. Yeah, and, um, I've gambled long enough so I'm going to back to the... city you said and deal." - Emika Porter

"Listen! The banker- The banker did that number for me! We're going home!" - Donato DeMarinis

"I'm gonna make a decision I'm a- Uh. This is $750,000! I know it! But, I love the tune of a hundred and nine thousand dollars! Baby, I love you, but no one's gonna change my mind! Nope! I love you guys, but, DEAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" - Kate Miller

"You know, I, I- It is getting harder. I- These numbers, uh, uh, now mean something to me, you know. And, I mean, you know, number 3 is Babe Ruth's number. Number 4 is my lucky number. So they all mean something so I gotta go deal." - Tony Kolton

"75, 750, $750,000. The heavens are telling me something. And what it's telling me is: My parents came with a dream, and $211,000 is a really good dream." - Pyong Kong

"Howie, my mama didn't raise no fool! Deal!" - Dimitra Apostolopoulos

"I’m gonna walk away a winner." - Rick Achberger

"You know what? I'm a competitor. I am such a competitor and, uh, I want to go all the way, but I'm also really smart. Deal!" - Jessica Howard

"$6,000 is more than what I would came with, I guess. Yes, you know. You're gonna do it? Do you want us to push it? Let's push it. Deal! Deal!" - Annie Hewlitt and Aubrey Wentworth

"You know, I've got to tell you, Howie. I came out here. I brought my friends. The audience has been awesome. I got to give the roses out, got to meet my favorite girl. You're the best host in the world. I tell you what: This has been a great time. That's a lot of money. I'll take the deal." - Stan Stava

"No. Happy birthday to me! This was the time I was supposed to turn down all these offers." - Cathy Clark

"I can't walk out of here with a penny, so I'm just gonna deal." - Autumn Goolsby

"Ok. I, I can't put myself through this no more. I've lost 10 pounds being up here." - Willie Blackmon

"That's it. I think it's time to go home. Do you guys wanna help me push the button? Alright, you put your hand on top of mine, and we'll push that button. Howie, it's been a great time here, and you know what? I wanna thank all you people. I wanna thank NBC. This has been wonderful. Guys, let's do it together." - Tony Gallichio

"It's a lot. It's a lot. I can do a lot with that. I'm not a greedy person. I've got dreams, and this was part of it. This was a huge dream to be here, just to feel! Thank you! Deal!" - Dawn Runyon

"Howie? Banker, I can't leave with less than $50,000 which, yes, is more money than I have ever seen in my lifetime. A hundred thousand dollars is an unbelievable amount of money, but I feel like the banker likes me because he gave me $83,000 as an option. So, um, I really feel like I'm going to serve this one up and take the deal!" - Hayley Tucker

"Ok, whatcha think? This is the dollar? I might as well. You better not- Please break the record!" - Julie Lanero

"Well, Howie, that's a lot of money, and I ain't never had that much money. And I've tried a couple times now to find that $5, and I ain't been able to find it. If I knock out that 400,000, I'm doomed." - Beverly Futch

"Mmm, keep it." - Wesley Autrey

"Howie, after this day I pray to God that this is a penny. Yes, please be a penny! No, not switchin'! It's a penny! Give me the penny, baby! Give me the penny!" - Mary Mirolla

"Um, I- I really can't choose right now, um, but, I'm just gonna do it for my country." - Arthur Joseph

"I picked it for a reason. I'm keeping it." - Jesse Puttananickal

"Do I wanna switch cases? No, I'm not gonna switch cases." - Donna DiBase

"You know what? 189 will make, uh, make us really happy. Deal." - George Barnes

"Here's the deal. Here's the deal. That is unbelievable. I just cannot say "no deal" to $180,000. That will change my life in so many ways. I don't care. I love life. I love my family. Deal! - Tim Krajewski

"But that's a lot of money. It could change my life. It is such a life." - Charlene Miranda

"Shh! I don't wanna know. I don't wanna know. I don't wanna know. No, I want everybody, everybody to be quiet. Every- We could talk. Ok, I just want to say, I'll make an announcement: Thank you, banker, for calling my family nice. Thank you. He does have a heart. He does have a heart. That was nice of him, 'cause I did not like him. Ok. I love slamming that down. I just- I love that. So, this is like, even, that I get to do this: Deal!" - The Drew Family

"Howie, the million dollars is in this case. The million dollars is in this case. But the truth of the matter is, is that while I believe it, it may not be so. Deal! - Wynnetta Williams

"You know what, Howie? I'm always at home saying: "You know what, I came with nothing, and I am not going home with nothing.". I had a great time. The staff was great. And you know what? I am done taking chances, and $23,000 still gets me out of debt, so you know what, Howie? Deal." - Kimberly Bradshaw

"But $4,000 is one month household for us to live with eight children, minimum. So that would give my husband one free month of cushion." - Keisha Brown

"I couldn't be more grateful for being on network television's hottest game show, and I'm thankful for that, and you know what, I don't wanna get greedy, because, uh, I hate greedy people, so, deal." - Danny Pecoraro

"This is under control. It's under control. Why I was out on the show is that, ka-kow! Deal, baby!" - Dakenya McDuffy

"No, no, no. I gotta go- I gotta go with 'em." - Jallah Leopard

"No. Yeah. Nah, he wasn't right. Nah. What?" - Larry Bales

"My brother, who's not here, told me to shoot for the stars, but don't be ashamed if you land on the moon, and I have to take this deal. I have to." - Summer Andrew

"No. This is my case. Come, come, come, come." - Demetres Boyd

"I'm staying with the champ. I'm staying with Sugar Ray. Yes, Howie." - Eric Serpico

"I want this case. I'm gonna keep this case." - Shalanda London

"I'm gonna stick with number 9." - David Vinson

"He's gonna spank me. Marisa, this is changing our life. Howie?" - Efren Afonte

"We still got the money wheel. I could double it or even triple it. I'm gonna get outta here." - Anthony Moreira

"Ever, in my whole life! With a hundred and twenty-nine thousand, I can help, help the kids. And, and these wonderful, wonderful firefighters, who give so much of their time, and they're wonderful, and, and it'll, it will allow me to take my, my whole family on a, on a trip. But I can't take that risk. I'm gonna deal!" - Harriet Cohen

"You know, Howie, I just want to say something. I just want to acknowledge, real quick, the students that wrote to me from Austin, Texas, because it's amazing that they're here, and I want to just thank them. And I- One thing I, I tell people is to do the right thing. That's all I try to do. It's "Do the right thing". And courage comes from within. And I want everybody to know whatever decision I make, I'm making decisions 'cause I want to give back, and I want to be able to help other people. And, as a retired cop, injured cop, I could tell the banker "Do I have the guts? Do I have the endurance?". I think, with the help of my family, my faith, and all the encouragement, all American people, I have it 'cause I survived 9/11. And with this money, I'm going to be able to help people so you know what, Howie? I'm taking the deal!" - Will Jimeno

"I'm keeping it. I'm keeping it." - Heather McKee

"Un- Unfortunately, things aren't, aren't, aren't going my way right now, Howie. $15,000 can u-, can definitely help. I'm going "deal"." - Nick Abdullah

"OK, this is how I'm looking at it. There's $55,000. It's guaranteed. I mean, we could really do a lot with that, you know? We could do a lot with it. I mean, like my father in-law says, the 55 is guaranteed. If I open up one more case, and I open up the 200, it's gonna go down. You know what? I can't risk walking away with nothing. I'm gonna take the deal!" - Teresa Troglio

"I can't believe this. I can't believe this. OK. To my family, 260- I have- Well, OK. I've come here with a mission. You've- You- I, I've always felt bad because those five million dollars, I really did want. But I came here with a mission and, that is great. That's exactly what we needed. It's exactly. So, more. 10,000 more. Sorry- OH, OH! I'm really sorry! What did I- Oh, wait! Did I just close- I meant deal! I cutted it! No, I didn't- I knew it! My dreams! I dreamt of that! OK, I have literally dreamt of doing that. I was doing: "What if?", and I couldn't ask them: "What if I accidentally did something?". That- No! I would like to take the deal! I cut it! I cut it! I'll hit it! Bang! Deal!" -- Brad Falcon

"Howie, thank you for making my dream come true. I am taking the deal!" - Margarita Montijo 

"$36,000, $36,000. You talking about this button? This one? A $36,000 button?" - Shaquilla Ferelly

"I'm going home." - John Buonviaggio

"I mean I don't realize that, that this could be a first, but then I could have the million! I know that I could have a, the million! I could! But I want a baby more than anything in this world, so deal!" - Britney Lewzader

"Deal! It's coming home with me! It's coming home with me! It's coming home with me!" - Becky Matheny

"You know what? Guys, I- I- I don't want to hurt you, man, but I don't know if she's gonna play that aggressive, and if she does play aggressive it'll still be an advantage for us as well. She doesn't know what I have. I gotta go deal. I gotta go deal, baby. Gotta go deal." - Jay Hughes

"Howie, I think 121's more than what Jay took home. And if I knock one of those out, it's gonna go down. So you know what? Deal, Howie!" - Kristine Lemieux

"This is true? This is true. This is true." - Tamika Kendall

"I think, I think I gotta go from my offensive firefight to a defensive firefight. Deal!" - Ryan Gleghorn

"Here's the deal. I came here to win. The banker defines winning as not leaving here with the million dollars, but if I leave here with $449,000 I do not see how that would be losing. Deal!" - Katie Henslin

"Wait! Howie? You know what, Howie? I- I'm gonna leave here so happy because I'm gonna take the deal." - Anabel Gomez

"Guaranteed money, million, basically nothing. Guarantee, million, basically nothing. What do you think? We gotta come to a decision together. Alright. This is a team. We're a team. We do everything together. You're taking it. Alright. Taking it? Let's take it.". - Nate and Sarah Harrison

"Here we go. You ready? Gimme my cash! Deal! Deal! Deal! Deal! Gimme my cash!" - Lauren Colum

"I think we need to do- I think we should have a dance party, 'cause DEAL!" - Kristen McCrory

"You know, Howie? $78,000: It is a lot of money. It will change, you know, my life. I have the guts to go all the way, but 78,000 is a lot of money, Howie. Deal!" - Johnny Perez

"Howie, this is a lot of money. This would definitely help out. A hundred and seven would get me off to a very good start. Whoo! A hundred and seven thousand dollars is gonna be my bank account!" - Garrett Smith

"Alright. I do know a good deal when I see one. So, you know what? I'm rolling with that $93,000!" - Keshia Morris

"Howie, I've come a long way from home. I brought my dog. It's been fun. It's been a great, great game. It's been a great game. I have to take the deal!" - Christopher Higdon

"Take the money and run! Take the money and run! Take the money and run! DEAL! DEAL! DEAL! DEAL! Deal, oh!" - Johnnie Taylor

"I just wanna say something. I wanna thank you, thank Deal Or No Deal for making me and my family a hundred and seventy-three thousand dollars richer." - Steve Vincentini

"OK, wait, wait. Listen. Listen. We could have a- We could begin a shelter for the animals, I could take care of my kids, and I could play in the World Series of Poker. Deal." - Linda Gerard

"What'd you think? Deal? A hundred forty-one thousand dollars? Mrs. Poobah says it's over with. I don't know. A million dollars is right here, right? We're gonna get a to-go box on the wings too, right? Oh, man. Well, I gotta tell you. This has been a fantastic experience. The whole thing has been a fantastic experience and I would've never, ever, ever thought, that I would even gotten chosen to be here, much less, being faced with the possibility of a million dollars in the case. A hundred and forty-one thousand dollar offer, a trip to Los Angeles, California in Hollywood to fly around the house! Thank God I tell you one thing! I- Say no more! You know, I'm gonna hit the deal, baby! Yeah! Deal! A hundred and forty-one thousand to have as a deal again!" - Richy Green

"Howie, I came on the show, and I truly tried out because I knew that this moment would come, and I knew that I had the million dollars in my case. But I have to tell you: My fiance means more to me than anything in the world, and I know that this money is life-changing and I'm going home with $341,000!" - Mary Beth Holtzheimer

"Listen to me...I KNOW I HAVE THE MILLION!" - Mary Beth Holtzheimer

"I've had so much fun, Howie, to see those cases open! After all, after all the banker has said today, I actually want to thank the banker for that offer. This has been so much fun, Howie. Deal." - Todd Ranck

"Howie, I'm gonna take the offer. It's a lot of money. Deal." - Cathy Burns

"OK, OK. This is the thing. My sister had a dream that we're gonna leave with $64,000. We're the dream team. I wanna pay for my student loans and be able to help my family. $64,000 is more money than I make in a year, but there's still some big numbers. Deal!" - Uchenna Emenaha

"Yeah. It could get me to a point where a down payment and a little something to hold on to, and, uh, if I was a single guy, I'm rolling it. And don't think you've got the best of me. But, my kids- Deal!" - Russ Chanice

"You know what? I went this far. Deal." - Kerinne Bratty

"I definitely don't want to go home with $500. I definitely need more than that so, I'm gonna go with the deal." - Jenna Steinhoff

"Alright. I'm going with the ladies. I'm'ma take the deal!" - Richard Ramirez

"I want to see my case. I want to see this big baby.". - Kate Albarelli

"Howie. Howie, that's enough for my grandkids. That's enough to get the kids a house, and I ain't greedy either! Deal!" - Norman Tyree

"Howie, I've been under a lot of pressure in my day. But this doesn't even compare to anything that I've ever faced, ever, ever. Deal!" - Patrick Hook

"Like I said I'm crazy, not insane. Deal." - Dave Krauch

"Sorry, girls. Sorry, Estonia. Deal." - Elaine Primeaux

"You know what? You know what? I'm thinking "I have two kids, and I've got my parents I've gotta take care of, and I've got- Y'all don't understand! I came here for a reason and I've, and I've got the money to take back. OK, what do I need to do? I need to say "deal" and hit the button, right? Oh, deal!" - Susan Cukjati

"You know, Howie? This is, uh, this is one of the toughest decisions I've ever made in my life. I told the boys I'm picking case #14. That's what they want. And, uh, it can do a lot. Can do a lot. I have some pretty good odds. And I tell you what, I think the million dollars is in my briefcase. I really do. Yeah. You know, my wife was driving me last night. She goes: "If you don't take the deal when it's more than a quarter of a million dollars, we're divorcing. And, uh, I think she was playing around. I think she loves me a lot, and, uh, I think she'd stick with me if I went home with ten bucks or five bucks. And Greg and Jeffrey and I would seem to keep going. My boys are scouts, and they're smart, and they're prepared. And I think they would want me to make the decision I'm about to make. Deal." - Adam Hansen

"Uh, it's a difficult decision when you're talking about money! I, I don't think my heart can take it much longer. I think- Deal! Deal! Deal! Deal!" - Chris Trieu

"I have to say that my mom and dad didn't raise no fool." - Toni Crispino

"-FOR ARETHA FRANKLIN and BROADWAY, NO DEAL!" - Koshka Brown

"And I believe, for the fourth season, that I could be the millionaire, the first millionaire on Deal or No Deal. I believe it! I believe it! So, Howie, we're gonna stay with the- Yeah, yeah. Yes. Yeah, yes. Oh, oh. I hope so. Oh, God." - Koshka Brown

"'No, no way! No way! Yep. Yep. Are y'all ready to see history? Let's open it! Oh my gosh! Oh, oh my gosh! Uh, yeah. Oh my gosh. Oh my." - Jessica Robinson

"I am competitive... and I win! ONE MORE BABY/I GOT TEXAS GUTS! NO DEAL!" - Jessica Robinson

"No. No. Absolutely not." - Gary Cote

"Didn't come here with much, but that's OK, cause I'mma leave with something, I'mma say Deal." - Chris Williams

"$91,000 means, uh, it will help my family go home. Ugg, deal!" - Maryann Vazquez

"Choose right now?! Right now?! Tell you right now?! That's too much money! Deal!" - Chelsea Drake

"I'm crazy, but I ain't stupid. Deal!" - Tommy Knowlton

"You just gotta go for it at this point, honey!" - Layna Dugan

"I think so, too. Howie, that's, that's a lot of money! That's a lot of money! I'm gonna take the deal!" - Layna Dugan

"No. No. It's gonna be $1, or it's gonna be a million dollars. For real. I'm ready." - Richie Bell

"Low! Low! 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300, 300! Whoo! Whoo! - Tomorrow Rodriguez

"14,000. You want to do one more. You're my biggest fan. Take it? Deal!" - Frank Ross

"What're you thinking? Two cases. You gotta take it? Deal!" - Andre Vanchot

"I have the penny in here, so I will take the deal." - Tia Lampone

"Howie, it's hard. I'm gonna take the deal! Yes!" - Robert Arellano

"I'm thinking I'm, I, um, messed up last time. Had a great opportunity to make some money and I tried to wear the pants in the family with the money thing, and I should've listened to my wife, so I'm feeling that I am going to take this deal and go home." - Jimmy Dolan

"One case, right? Okay, I have one low number and two high numbers. So if I knock one out, it'll either be one of those two, and then I might end up with the five, right? Right, but- Deal!" - Christine Ralph

"$40,000, one case. This right here has been the experience of a lifetime. I gotta admit that. I'm a momma's boy. I'm gonna go home. I can't buy her a house with this money, but I could buy her some super, super knifes. 250 looks good, but if I knock that out- God, don't do this! Don't do this! Deal, deal, deal, deal, deal, deal, deal! 40 grand? I'll take that!" - Victor Chado

"Howie, look. It is all about being here. It is about the money. But you know what? I don't need to think right now about cooking, think about the restaurants I could go to, so I am taking the deal! Okay!" - Penny Hicks

"That's great! I love the number 17. I love meeting you, had the best time. I'm gonna walk away. So I'm gonna take the deal!" - Lauren Graczyk

"15 large is a lot of money. But, uh, against those odds, Howie, that's tough. It's scary. I'm done whole and all, but I'm not that crazy. Deal!" - Aaron Luna

"I got to stay with the case. I got to stay with it. I got to stay with the case. 'Cause I have come with the case. There ain't no deal in this house!" - Paul Remy Sr.

"Okay, okay. 18 is my lucky number. I know it's gonna be the 50,000 there. Deal." - Catherine Chokenbauer

"I can go to truck driving school on this three times over, Howie. That's good enough for me. I wanna take the deal! Woo! Woo! Woo! Woo! That is good enough for me! Woo! Woo!" - Autumn Prince

"Oh man. Oh man, I'm not gonna take it. No deal!" - Angela Whitney

"Alright, alright. $21,000 is, is so huge, so huge. It's a lot of chocolate. It's a lot of chocolate fountains. Howie, I'm gonna take the deal." - Nicole Erickson

"I can do a lot with 34,000. And I've already won the HP package. With this, it will help me. Deal!" - Asheesh Danee

"You know what? Deal! I'm going home!" - James from Calhoun Family

"I love you guys. Merry Christmas. And I love my wife. Deal." - Matt Zedwick

"Just think of this, from here to here, this is easy, right? Okay. You, $71,000 can change my life. So I can do a lot of things with my kids and everything. How many cases do I get to do if I go? One more? One more case. One more. Go for it. I'm gonna take the deal!" - Carl Thomas

"Listen! Our house is paid for with this! Our cars are paid for with this! And there's still money left! You can go with me on that trip! You can! You can! We said "Don't be greedy." We said "Don't be greedy." Kim, we can go. Come on! 388,000! Deal!" - Davon Clark

"All the way? This is difficult! 25! No deal! 25!" - Leiana Bowen

"Howie, this has been amazing. I got a little baby to think about. I got a husband. Deal!" - Linh Johnson

"Deal? Deal? Deal? Deal? Two cases, ah, two cases to open. Two. Oh, this is so hard. 38,000, it's even, Howie. Take the deal? Take the deal? Take the deal? This is so hard. I don't know what to do, Howie. It's a lot of money! Deal? Deal? Deal? Deal? Deal? Deal? Deal? You know what, Howie? I made it to Howiewood. I made it to Howiewood. He shoots, he scores! Deal!" - Michelle Egan

"Howie, I have to tell you. I really believe that there's $250,000 in here, but- Oh, I'm lightheaded. But I want a car, and that can buy me a car, a nice one too. So, I'm gonna say "deal"." - Ryan Alexeev

"I'm taking the deal. Come on, we got 234,000! That's a lot of money!" - Brien Crowder

"You know what? I'm gonna keep what I have. I'm gonna keep what I have! I'm gonna keep what I have. I already won a car and $10,000. Yeah. Ah! Let's see." - Tunde Oyeneyin

"Uh, it's a lot of money. It's a lot of money. What would my mom say? My mom would say, "$10,000 is a lot of money, Eric. And if you pick the 50 and you walk away with $25, you're gonna feel like an idiot." Hey, you wanna know what? I think I can have a pretty nice trip to Italy with $10,000. That's a deal, baby." - Eric Katz

"It's your decision. I say we take it and go. You say we take it? One case. We've got one in four and if we, if we pick one and 500 comes up, we're gonna end up with 25 bucks. It's your decision. It's your decision. Oh, it's me? It's yours. Say yes! Say yes! Deal! Say ye." - George and Linda Robinson

"$18,000 is more than we could ever have asked for, so thank you so much for this opportunity. Deal." - Sana and Tom Ortega

"Honey, I think we should go all the way. No! I think we should go all the way. No, deal! No! Do you wan to take the deal? Yeah. I think we should go all the way. No! Howie, I think we should go all the way. No, it's my turn! It's my turn!. Alright, take it. Deal! We are going to Italy! Good try, love." - Rita and Larry Sherman

"We might as well take our case. No deal." - Matt and Precious Ferris

"I think we should take it. Yeah. Howie, we had a lot of fun. We're gonna take this deal. Yeah!" - Paul and David Allison

"I gotta tell ya Howie, it's been a great time. I've enjoyed it here. I'm taking the deal. Yeah. yeah." - Gene and Mike Markin

"We've got two numbers there. I know. And three on this side, baby. I don't know. I'd say, I'd say "that's a deal". I'd say "that's a deal". We're not greedy. I'd say "that's a deal, baby." Yeah? That's a deal. That's a deal. Come on, that's a deal. That's a- Deal." - Amanda and Lauren Foster

"Let's take it. Let's take our case. No deal. We're just gonna take the case." - Natalie and Nicole

"What do you wanna do? I'll see what's in our case. Alright. No deal." - Marcia and Melanie

"85,000. You see, if I hit the 500,000, there's 75, 50 and 5, I'm coming out ahead of the game. Won't have a chance at with this. 85 would take care of that. Deal!" - Craig Dmitri

"Yeah, you know what, Howie? I'm not a gambler by nature. $13,000 on the table in front of me, that's a deal." - Daniel Matero

"Denied!" - Kate Hyland

"Well, Howie. 20 grand is a lot more than I thought I'd come with. I'm not too much of a gambler, so I think I'm'ma take the deal. Deal! Yeah! Woo-hoo! Yeah, 20 grand, baby! Woo! That's right! Yeah! Woo-hoo!" - Jason Niece

"I wanna go, but listen! Uh-huh, alright! That's- You know what? You know what? Aye, you know what? Howie, I've- I had a great week. It's been fun. $17,000: Something to walk away with. I gotta take the deal. Deal. Thank you! Yeah!" - Raffi Lala

"What am I gonna do, Howie? I think it's a whole lot of money, and it's definitely a whole lot of money, compared to what I have right now, which is nothing. I'm gonna say "deal", Howie!" - Mandy Quigley

"Been watchin' this show religiously for a long time. I see people make tough decisions, go for it. Some, some win, some lose. $14,000 is a lotta money. I gotta take it. Deal! Deal!" - David Lee

You know what, Howie? I had to go with my own gut feeling. I can't have my offer go down. 95,000 is a lot more than I have right now, and that's what I'm gonna go home with. Deal! Deal! - Denise Canard

Alright, alright. I'm gonna end the agony, and just say "deal." A hundred dollars." - Goretty Medeiros

"Uh, you know what? It's been an experience. If I go home with 10, experience of a lifetime. I have to say "no deal"." - Kristen Gramazio

"This has been hands-down the greatest experience of my life today, you got it, I'm on stage with Howie Mandel. We have the same hairdo which I love, he's gonna come to my house, for dinner, it's just been an amazing amazing journey today and I'm gonna take the deal." - Joe Verriotto

"The beauty of the game." - Courtney Schlaud

“Let’s go!” - Artis Jackson

"I'm a risk taker but my family and who I came here for is not and if we split it we still have a lot of money more than we ever had in their entire life so we take the deal." - Jade Thomas

Taking the Deal[]

"Deal." - Contestant

"You sold your case for (offered amount). But the question is, did you make a good deal? Had you said No Deal to that/(insert banker offer), your next case would've been..." - Howie Mandel

"And the bank offer would've been/would've offered you..." - Howie Mandel

START OF A SPIEL: You sold your case for (insert amount). (insert contestant's name), you've made...

  • ...a great deal." - Howie Mandel (if the case inside is less than the offer the contestant took.)
  • ...not such a great deal." - Howie Mandel (if the case inside is more than the offer the contestant took.)
  • ...a horrible deal." - Howie Mandel (if the contestant took the offer and it had $750,000 or $1,000,000 inside)

"Taking the deal, huh, great, now just for fun, let's see what in your case." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"You have a Deal or No Deal first." - Howie Mandel said to Lakissa Bright

"Open your case and let's see how you did." Howie Mandel (Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"You want to know what's in your case let's see what's in your case." - Howie Mandel

"Wow, you came out so much better than had you stuck with your case. Well done." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"You made a great deal/It's looks like you did not make the best deal. It's always next time/Not a bad deal, not the best but you could have done much worse." - Howie Mandel (PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance only)

"It's your lucky day!" - Howie Mandel

"Was it a good deal? We're about to found out. - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Obviously, you've made a good deal." - Howie Mandel

Final Offer[]

"Before we open your case, I'm going to give you the opportunity to switch your case with one remaining up there." - Howie Mandel (Explaining the final offer on PC/Nintendo DS/Gameboy Advance)

"Do you wanna to keep your case, or do you wanna switch/swap cases?" - Howie Mandel (2005-2009, discontinued from the syndicated version and the revival version)

"Alright, just two cases remaining. Here's the final: Do you keep your case you have the entire game, or you switch it with the remaining case. You choose now./Okay, I'm gonna give you one more option. Do you keep your case you have the entire game, or you switch it with the remaining case?" - Howie Mandel (Explaining the final offer on Deal or No Deal: The DVD Game)

"Alright, you've decide to stick with your case. I hope it's a good one. Feeling lucky? OK, let's open the final case./Are you ready? I’m gonna open the final case." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"So you’re gonna switch cases. Let‘s see how it turns out." - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"Well done, that's how it's played, you're taking home the million! Congratulations!" - Howie Mandel (DVD Game)

"Do you want to switch cases?" - Howie Mandel (Explaining the final offer on Deal or No Deal for Wii)

"This is the case you originally chose. One final question! Do you want to switch cases? - (Explaining the final offer on Deal or No Deal: Special Edition for the Wii)

"Ok, so this is your case! You're happy with the decision? We're now going to find out if that is a big mistake or the best decision you've ever made. You're about to find out." - Howie Mandel (Special Edition for the Wii)

"One case holds (insert amount) and the other holds (insert amount)" - Howie Mandel

"You've gone all the way, you've turned down every offer, you're going home with what's in your case, your case is worth..." - Howie Mandel

Commercial Break[]

"We'll be back with more after this." - Howie Mandel (early episodes) 

"We open [insert model name]'s case/a big offer coming your way/how up/down/got your answer when we come back - Howie Mandel (2005-2010, 2018-2019) 

"Everything is riding on this/one case” - Howie Mandel

"Want to see more of these lovely ladies? Then say with us during this short break/A break is coming up but stay tuned to what's in your case/Don't turn off your TV as Howie comes right back after the break!" - Announcer (Special Edition for the Wii)

After The Break[]

"Welcome back to Deal or No Deal! Once again, here comes Howie Mandel and I believe someone will be calling soon.../"Welcome back to the show, you're watching Deal or No Deal and here is Howie Mandel! The banker is also there. - Announcer (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Welcome back to Deal or No Deal. I'm standing with (insert contestant's name). Before the break, you...

  • ...turned down the offer." - Howie Mandel (the contestant turned down the offer)
  • ...pick one case before the offer/pick the first/second of two/three/four cases" - Howie Mandel (the contestant picked a case)
  • ...the offer is on the table" - Howie Mandel (the offer is on the table)

"We started with (X) million dollar cases. You've just down to (X)." - Howie Mandel (used for "Million Dollar Mission and Multi-Million Dollar Madness)

Sidegames[]

"This is a very special episode." - Howie Mandel

The Green Case[]

"If [insert contestant} can avoid the $1,000,000 in the first two rounds, she will win whatever is inside a special green colored case! It's contents are unknown." - Howie Mandel explaining the Green Case

Double or Nothing[]

"Are you going for Double or Nothing?” - Howie Mandel

"You are not going to go for it, but just for fun, what case would have been if you have go for it?”

The Deal Wheel[]

"There are 30 spaces on the Deal Wheel. 15 it says doubles the amount, 5 it says triples the amount. 10 has half of the amount. You spin the (deal) wheel, you go up these/the stairs, you drop the ball and whatever you get; double, triple, or half." - Howie Mandel (explaining the Deal Wheel)

Million Dollar Mission[]

"I am on a mission. I'm a man on a mission. Know my mission is, I'm on a million dollar mission. I want you to walk out here with a million dollars. There is one case holding one million dollars at usual. Not tonight, two cases have one million dollar cases. Now, if you don't walk out here with one million dollars, we keep doing this by game to game to game. I'll keep adding each player did not walk out here with one million dollars, I'll add another million dollar case." - Howie Mandel explaining of Million Dollar Mission for the views at home

"Nobody wins the million dollars, we add another case with million dollars." - Howie Mandel explaining of Million Dollar Mission (Seasons 3-4)

Multi-Million Dollar Madness[]

"You are in a "Multi-Million Dollar Madness" Chamber. When I give the signal, air is blow in there and balls are gonna all blowing around you. Each ball has a number inside. It is ranging from 2 to 13. You have the ball you want, raise your hand, and you will exit the chamber. The number of the million dollar cases. Balls ranging 2 to 13, so you have to chance to doubling the chances” - Howie Mandel explaining Multi-Million Dollar Madness (Season 3)

"Blow the air"

"Drop the balls"

Hershey's Kisses 100th Anniversary $100,000,000 Spectacular[]

"We color-colored with your shirts, right, you're gold, blue, and red and also we color-colored the board, a gold board, a blue board and a red a blue board, ok. Each board has 150 cases. Ok. Now, to win the $100 million, you must match a left and a right side, that look like this. There's the left side and our right side, if you have a losing piece, you look like that. If more than one team wins, "I am sorry, you have to split a hundred million dollars. We start with the gold team. [insert gold team names], you want to do with off your gold board from 1 to 150." - Howie Mandel

"Which two little cases holding a left side and right side/pick two numbers?" - Howie Mandel

"We looking for two halves of silver Hershey's Kiss. Alright, you'll pick [insert number of cases]."

"Let‘s find out the winning cases are. Gold/blue/red team, If you would have chosen [insert cases holds the halves of the Hershey Kisses], if you choose [insert cases], you would’ve won $100,000,000." - Howie Mandel

”These important part of the Hershey's Kisses 100th Anniversary, each team will get $100,000." - Howie Mandel

Two Games at Once[]

"At the end, you will decide whether take your winnings or take your husband’s winnings." - Howie Mandel

Winner Takes All[]

"Now gonna reveal whoever has the most is the one that taking all the money and the other leaves with nothing, in each of these cases the amount you ended your game when I say three, you'll both open your cases. The winner will be revealed." - Howie Mandel explaining of Winner Takes All game

"1...2...3. Open your cases" - Howie Mandel

The Banker's Challenge[]

"This is your 2008 smart for two car and you have to get in the car but you also have to shut the door." - The Banker's Challenge on October 3, 2008

The Reindeer Game[]

"That‘s one of the reindeers! We are playing a little side game. If you find all the nine reindeers before taking the deal, you will win a $25,000 bonus.” - Howie Mandel explaining the Reindeer Game (2008 Christmas episode)

Happy New Year![]

”We are playing a little sidegame. If you find all the nine “Happy New Year” cases before taking the deal, you will win a $10,000 bonus. If you going all the way, we have a giant 2009 case, we have a prize in there, you don't know.” - Howie Mandel explaining the New Year Bonus Game (2009 New Years episode)

Twists[]

"This is Deal or No Deal 2.0, you have another option, and that other option is a counter, you can do a counter offer but one in a game, if she takes it, that's your money and you go home, if she says no deal, all the money is off the table, you have to go on with the game right now, if that happened, you'd have to open (X) case(s)/This is Deal or No Deal 2.0, there's a little different twist, we have to opportunity for the contestant view to negotiate, only once, you can counter offer, and you make a offer that makes sense to her, if she accepts the offer, that is the money she will give you, and take your case and go home, if she says no deal, the money is off the table, and you have to move on and open (X) case(s)/This is Deal or No Deal 2.0, at one point at the game, you can make a counter offer to the banker, okay, if the banker takes that offer, that you take the money, sell her to your case and go home, okay, if she says no deal to your offer, you have to continue opening (X) case(s)/This is also Deal or No Deal 2.0, you can also counteroffer once in the game, okay, if she takes the deal, then that's your money, sell her to your case and go home, if she says no deal, you have to play on. If you play on, you gotta open up another (X) cases/You also have another option once in the game: You can counteroffer. If she takes it, sell your case and go home, if she says no deal, all the money off the table, the game continues; in this case, you would open another (X) cases." - Howie Mandel explaining the counteroffer twist (2018-2019 only)

"She said Deal/No Deal" - Howie Mandel (2018-2019 only)

"If you say no deal for every offer, everybody in the audience here gets a prize." - Howie Mandel explaining the twist (Christmas Episode)

"For every round that you go through the first round, we will open six, the next round, we open five, as you stay in the game. If you are able to open all the cases in that round without knocking the one million dollars off, you get a car. A brand new car that is on top of whatever you end up walking out with so the cars that you win remain yours regardless. You can always leave with a car. If you win a car, it's yours. Okay, you cannot lose the car." - Howie Mandel explaining the twist.

Contestant Catchphrases[]

"Okay. It's okay/That's okay..." - Contestant

Banker Catchphrases[]

"No, Karen Vann. It's for you. I'm just the receptionist." - The Banker says to Karen

"Thank you, doctor. I'm feeling better." - The Banker says to Mark

"He better be getting out his checkbook up in here. - The Banker says to Bryan

"I'm never going to let a clown get the better of me./Call me up, baby! Whatcha got to say now? Who's the clown now?" - The Banker says to Bryan

"You shouldn't test his patience." - The Banker says to Horston

"He's getting this offer and then he is going to rabbit hunting." - The Banker says to Erin

"He doesn't want to play today, he will play an another day." - The Banker says to Thorpe

"Let's just have fun! Make it a party!" - The Banker says too Janie

"Courtesy's not going to do it for him." - The Banker says to Anca

"Who could ask for more?" - The Banker says to Gary

"You're not getting out of here with any more than $5000./Can you read his mind now?" - The Banker says to Shirley

"He's getting desperate. When the contestant is on fire, he gets desperate. And when he gets desperate, he wants you out of here." - The Banker says to Renee

"You have him now./Professor... Get ready to go to school." - The Banker says to Oscar

"You're a marathon runner, you might want to pace yourself..." - The Banker says to Ben

"You're not going to hit her. She wants to move out of her mother's house." - The Banker says to Michelle

He says if you ever want to leave your penny pinching husband.../You're not making his day. He wants you gone now." - The Banker says to Laura

"You're beginning to bug him." - The Banker says to Marty

"A lot to walk away from." - The Banker says to Casey

”I have four words for you. I hate Matty day." - The Banker says to Matty

"Have you ever coached a winning team, it doesn't seem like it." - The Banker says to Jeff

"Don't try to be his friend. He doesn't want a friend." - The Banker says to Latosha

"He loves you, will you take a picture with him after the show?" - The Banker says to Mark

"Time to buy her out" - The Banker says to Tammy

"Tell Nature Boy this.../He wants you and your posse... out." - The Banker says to Jed

"You say cama-i, I say goodbye." - The Banker says to Heidi

"Hasn't going all the way gotten you in enough trouble already?" - The Banker says to Cathy

"You're a little bit cocky and he's going to use it to his advantage later." - The Banker says to Tony

"I don't want to go home with $50." - The Banker says to Willie

"To the bitter end!" - The Banker says to Julie

"Ha ha ha ha..." - The Banker says to Brooks

"Time to take the teacher to school." - The Banker says to Laurel

"Because he's your friend." - The Banker says to Latosha

"He's going bananas, so stop monkeying around and take this deal." - The Banker says to Jed

“Wake up Joe, because you’re luck’s going to turn." - The Banker says to Joe

"Everything, everything in life has a tipping point, is this the tipping point?/“In terms of holidays, Courtney Day is not her favorite." - The Banker says to Courtney

“It ain’t over.” - The Banker says to Artis

Model Catchphrases[]

"Oh no/Better luck in the next round/Hooray/Awesome!/Ok/" - Model (Special Edition for the Wii)

"Bring me my money." Okay, Latosha../You're gonna be jumping all the way to the bank!/"We need Dealman back./I'm feeling the penny, I'm feeling the penny..." - Alike Boggan

"You got it!/Hopefully, there's a penny.... and here you go, baby!/I'm feeling the music, so hopefully, you'll be doing a little dance.../Do a little dance" - Anya Monzikova

"YES!/"Show me the money/"Comin' up!/ Sorry..."/Don't mess with Texas!/Since you're a fellow model now..." - Aubrie Lemon

"You are a millionaire!/Abre la maleta, por favor./I'm hoping for ya./Oh my God, it's $25./Like I said... 'Keep it low'/Let's hope the orchestra has something good for this!" - Brooke Long

"We need a penny here..../It's a little bitty baby number!/After NBC pays for this game, we see.../You know I'm half Italian, too.../You're gonna be mad at me..." - Claudia Jordan

"If it's low, you have to do the turkey dance, okay?" - Crystal Monte

"Scary good..." - Donna Feldman

"This one's for the son..." - Hayley Marie Norman

"I am very sweet." - Kasie Head

"With a giggle.../My heart is beating so fast." - Katie Cleary

"Oh, it's low." - Kelly Brannigan 

"Hoping you're hat's right!" - Kim Estrada

"Oh, I'm sorry.../Oh, sweetheart/That's okay!/I think it's gonna be good.../Good choice." - Lanisha Cole

"It's still low/It's good." - Laura Shields

"Lucky number!/How 'bout THAT?" - Leyla Milani

"I'm hoping it's just a penny.../This one's for the coach/I'm gonna try to keep it going./You gotta go, because he's a little off balance.../I'm gonna try to keep it going/I'm thinking positively..." - Lindsay Schoneweis

"I feel good..../If this is a small number, will you dance for me?/I hope it's low./"Yee-haw!/It is not small" - Lindsay Clubine

Just a number./Yeah, baby!/Does it feel lucky? "I hope so, I really do.../ Here we go.../Not great... But it's still okay, right?"/It's okay!" - Lisa Gleave

"Oh, not good... Just kidding!" - Lisa Lakatos 

"I don't want to open this, I'm so sorry/I think Jason's luck is turning tonight.../She hopes some good vibes are coming.../This is where your luck is gonna start changing, I hope./Not so bad./Keep listening to that hat, baby!/You're on a roll!/You are on a mission, baby" - Marisa Petroro 

"Nice and small for you." - Meghan Markle 

"Oh my goodness.../I'm so sorry./I think that's pretty good./From scary good to just scary.../"No pressure./Good showers!/You can still have a great party!" - Megan Abrigo

"It's okay!" - Mylinda Tov

"Good luck!/I feel good./I feel it/No big deal/Now we're playing!" - Nancy Stelmaszczyk

"#9 is so fine/What's happening?" - Patricia Kara

“Howdy, Howdy, Howdy!“/Oh no/I hope my two cents right in this you/" - Pilar Lastra

"Yep, I think so." - Sara Bronson

"Please don't make me tackle my husband." - Sonia Vera

"Monty, it's your lucky day!/GREAT JOB!/It's your lucky day!/This low enough?/Your mom gonna like this. - Stacey Gardner

"Oo-RAH!" - Tamara Witmer

"It's good.../For the wedding.../Let's see what you've got cookin/How heroic am I?/This is a great way to start the game./You know every time the banker calls you blow up your cheeks. Blow it up!"/...You are still going to Hawaii" - Tameka Jacobs

"$5,000, not bad./"Oh, it's not to the left./"Ready?/Hope you still love me after this.../Got a delivery for you./We're going to Dallas!" - Ursula Mayes

"I'm so sorry!" - Model

Supporter Catchphrases[]

"Chances are you're not going to pick two numbers" - Chrissy

"Becky, you are a very lucky person and number seven is your lucky number and I think that case is the lucky one." - Becky's Supporter

"Go one more" - Larry

"Scared money don't make money." - Jay

"Oh my Lord have mercy! A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush!" - Tia's mom

Jessica, you conditioning this, you brought this whole thing about you call every one of those. You know the million's in there and you can't lose. You're going to be the first million-dollar winner." - Sally

"I am watching this game, I always doing that make the wrong decision so I telling you I trust 100% which you do every time you always make the right decision but I have to agree with your mom in this rare occasion and say No Deal." - Jessica's husband

“There’s a lot of money up there, but there’s still a lot of money left on that board.” - Courtney's husband

"We have never been on a vacation together, that's not enough money for us to go to Italy, no deal." - Papa G's wife

Lucky Case Game/Beat the Banker/Lucky Case Sweepstakes[]

"It's time to/You still have a chance to play our "At Home Lucky Case Game". Which case holds the cash/One of the six cases is tonight's lucky case/Beat the Banker, use your cellphone to send a text message to 59595 with the lucky case choice. Good luck!/Are you playing tonight's Deal or No Deal Lucky Case Game? One of the six (gold) cases contains (insert cash amount). Guess which one it is, and you will be winning (insert cash amount). Here's how: Send a text message to 59595 with the lucky case number choice. Or, for example, if (insert case number) is tonight's lucky case, send a text message to 59595 and (insert number). We randomly choose a winner who guessed tonight's lucky case. Winners are announced live later at the show. Test message must 99¢ each entry/It is the last chance to play the lucky case. (insert cash amount) is in one of the six (gold) cases, send a text message to 59595 with the lucky case number choice to win (insert cash amount). Good luck!/Okay, the lucky case game is now over. It's time to reveal lucky case. (insert case number) is (insert money amount) lucky case winner. If you choose (insert case number), you will have (insert money amount). Stay tuned, the winner will announced live in a few minutes." - Joe Cipriano (about the Lucky Case Game)

"Here is tonight's (insert money amount) winner. Congratulations." - Joe Cipriano (about the Lucky Case Game)

"Congratulations to the last week's (insert money amount) winner" - Joe Cipriano (about the Lucky Case Sweepstakes)

Funny Moments[]

Mandel: "He says that the board looks a little complicated, so he needs to do a little more work. And a little more work takes a little more time..."
Contestant: "Come on, Howie..."
Mandel: "You know what I'm about to do?"
Contestant: "I know what you're about to do!"
Mandel: "What am I going to do?"
Contestant: "You're gonna go to a commercial!"
Mandel: "RIGHT!"

Mandel: "This is a very important part of the game... and you broke it."

Contestant: "I'm wearing my lucky bra." 
Mandel: "I'm wearing my lucky underpants."

Mandel: This list is going to be worth a fortune on eBay

Mandel: "One more case. This is a crucial decision. Look them all over carefully. This is a crucial case. Look at each case. (the chyron tells us at home what's happening) Look at them very carefully. Are you studying the cases?"
Contestant: (laughs, but doesn't get it)
Mandel: "What?"
Contestant: "You see them every single night!"
Mandel: "I see them every single night. You don't."
Contestant: (laughs again)
Mandel: (points to the girls) "Look at them. I'm serious, this is a crucial case."
Contestant: "Okay, I gotta get-I'm waiting for the vibe!"
Mandel: "I see them every single night, I'll tell you something. From time to time-"
Mother: "Get the vibe."
Mandel: "No, you guys, you help her-"
Mother: "Get the vibe."
Mandel: "Look at every case. How come you're not-"
Supporter: "But she has to feel it. She has to feel it."
Mandel: "No, but she has to LOOK!"
Supporter: "Yeah."
Mandel: "I'm telling her to look. You blame yourself. Let me ask you."
Supporter: "Can you move out of the way?"
Mandel: (clutching his head) "I WANNA SAY SOMETHING!"
Contestant: "What did you want to say?"
Mandel: "Does number 21 look like a good case? Look at her."
Contestant: "Yeah."
Mandel: (dumbfounded) "MOM! DOES 21 LOOK LIKE A GOOD CASE TO YOU??!"
Mother: "As opposed to what?" (everyone laughs, Howie holds his head again)
Contestant: "Am I missing something?"
Mandel: "Are you missing something? YES!.........LOOK AT THE MODEL THAT'S HOLDING THE CASE!"

Mandel: "It makes a lot so when I ask you the question, Lauren Potter, I want you to think about it seriously and I'm going to need your final answer."
Philbin: Hey, wait a minute, Howie"
Mandel: What?"
Contestant: (shocked, audience shocked, and then applause)
Supporter: "Regis." (everyone applauses)
Contestant: "Oh my god."
Mandel: "Regis Philbin." (fist bump to Howie)
Contestant: "Oh my god."
Philbin: "Hi, Hello, how are you?"
Mandel: "Oh Waoh?
Contestant: (shakes his hand) "I am good, good to meet you"
Mandel: "His hometown." (pointing to Regis)
Philbin: "Thank you."
Mandel: "I am realize? What?"
Philbin: "Did I hear Howie Mandel say is that your final answer?" (everyone say oh)
Mandel: "No, I said, I said."
Philbin: "Howie, Howie, Howie. Deal or No Deal, you. (pointing to Howie) Final answer, me. (pointing to himself) "
Contestant: "Oh my god"
Philbin: "They know that."
Mandel: "You are the king, spider to me for you, saying that once I ask the question, she has to give me the final answer."
Contestant: "This is unreal. What is going on"
Mandel: "This is what we need" (everyone laughs)
Mandel: "Deal or No Deal."
Philbin: "What he's tried to say to you is is that your final answer." (everyone laughs)
Mandel: "Deal or No Deal."
Philbin: "Final answer." (everyone laughs)
Mandel: "Deal or No Deal."
Philbin: "Final answer."
Mandel: "Very confusing we will get your final answer right after this."

Contestant: "May I get to buy some of them?"
Mandel: "You can touch the cases, I meant the girls."

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"Get out of here now, will ya." - Howie Mandel (2018-2019 only)

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"Well, that was a fun game. Come back and see us anytime. See you soon on Deal or No Deal/Too bad it's not real money, huh, I have a feeling you'll be back to play Deal or No Deal with us soon again" - Howie's sign-off (DVD Game)

"We'll be right back with another contestant and another one million dollars. So we'll see you then right here on Deal or No Deal! See you soon!" - Howie's sign-off (Special Edition for the Wii)

"The game continues on the next Deal or No Deal." - Joe Cipriano (used on GSN)

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