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Three Very Cool Submersible Vehicles on 'It's Worth What?' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 24th 2011 3:34AM
'It's Worth What?'Half the fun of watching 'It's Worth What?' (Tue., 8PM ET on NBC) is to see all the fun things they spotlight for the contestants to try and guess the prices of. This week, we fell madly in love with the submersible vehicles they spotlighted for the mother-daughter duo.

The pair had to arrange the items in order from cheapest to most expensive, but they forgot one cardinal rule of automobiles: Luxury convertibles are always way more expensive than a recreational vehicle, even if it does convert into a fishing yacht.

While it sounds fun to be able to go below water in a convertible, the added need of scuba equipment takes some of the fun out of it, while the RV/yacht would probably blow your mind if you saw it while out on the water.. The dolphin diving recreational craft looked like the most fun. Where do we sign up for rides?

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Two Contestants Walk Away With $80,000 on 'It's Worth What?' Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 20th 2011 1:06AM
Cedric the Entertainer, 'It's Worth What?'While it wasn't a million-dollar pay day, two women walked away with a pretty cool cash settlement in the inaugural installment of 'It's Worth What?' (Tue., 8PM ET on NBC). When their earnings reached $80,000, Melissa and Annabel struggled to feel a strong urge to keep playing.

Even host Cedric the Entertainer's reminder that they could double that to $160,000 wasn't really swaying them. After all, if they were wrong on their next guess, their earnings would drop back to $10,000.

The format of the show has contestants trying to determine the values of various collectible and antique items. They have to then be able to compare two items and figure out which one is worth more money.

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Cedric the Entertainer Previews New 'It's Worth What?' Game Show on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 12th 2011 6:40PM
Cedric the Entertainer previews 'It's Worth What?' on 'The Talk'Anyone wondering what Cedric the Entertainer's new game show 'It's Worth What?' will actually look like got a preview Tuesday on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS). Cedric gave the ladies a preview, challenging them to guess the prices of several items that could either be junk or expensive antiques.

Cedric had with him two items -- a black velvet and white taffeta gown once worn by Princess Diana for a charity event in 1985, and an acoustic guitar signed by Elvis Presley. The hosts were charged with figuring out which item was worth more. Leah Remini was the tie-breaker, and went with the guitar.

The signed guitar was worth $30,000, a lot of money to be sure. But the dress was worth twice as much. Sharon Osbourne, who had voted for the dress, was not happy. Hopefully the contestants on Tuesday's 'Worth What?' premiere will be less contentious.

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'Friends With Benefits' Gets Premiere Date, Danny Glover Joins 'Touch' & More TV News

by Jean Bentley, posted Jun 9th 2011 4:00PM
Friends With BenefitsAfter being shelved for many months, NBC's 'Friends With Benefits' finally has a premiere date.

The rom-com series starring Danneel Ackles, Ryan Hansen and more (not to be confused with the Justin Timberlake/Mila Kunis movie opening later this month, which is not to be confused with the Ashton Kutcher/Natalie Portman movie from earlier this year) will debut on the network June 25.

According to Deadline, NBC will air back-to-back episodes on Saturday nights from 8-9PM. Ouch.

In other TV news ...

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NBC Unveils Summer 2011 Schedule

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 21st 2011 4:45PM
America's Got TalentCouples with hilarious problems take note: NBC is bringing 'The Marriage Ref' back! The Jerry Seinfeld–produced panel discussion series, 'America's Got Talent' and several other new game shows and reality programs round out NBC's summer programming slate.

Joining 'America's Got Talent' and 'The Marriage Ref' are new reality show 'Love in the Wild,' singing competition 'The Voice,' new episodes of 'Law & Order: LA,' game shows 'Still Standing' and 'It's Worth What?' and the basic cable premiere of the final season of 'Friday Night Lights.'

"We want to make it clear that NBC considers the summer as an important part of its overall season and will continue to offer a varied lineup of original programs," Bob Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment, said. "Our viewers will have plenty of options with new series such as 'It's Worth What?' and 'Love in the Wild' as well as continuing shows such as 'The Voice' plus returning favorites like 'America's Got Talent.' We even have scripted series such as 'Friday Night Lights,' and episodes of two separate 'Law and Order' franchises as we build momentum toward the fall season."

Check out the premiere dates and more info about the new programs below.

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