Why Play Game Shows?
- I'm smart, fun loving, I watch game shows all day and night, and I want to win some money and prizes!
- —Guest charlene powell
Why I Want to Be on a Game Show
- I am a breast cancer survivor and I want to help my organzation to continue to find a cure. I am also a grandmother of more than 25 grands, I would like to help them continue their education. Also pay off my home. And other expenses.
- —Guest Shirley MCcoy
Need Money to Care for Children
- I lost my junior sister to breast cancer about 5 years ago also, I lost my job in 2008. It is very hard for me to take care of 4 children of my sister in Africa.
- —Guest Christina Afolabi
- I need some money to save my house and get a new car
- —Guest Murat Cetiner
Reunite with "lost" friends
- I would like to be on a game show so that maybe some of my old Navy and Army friends would see me and contact me.
- —Guest paula
- I'm a out of work factory worker, my wife and I are raising 4 of our grandchildren. It's hard when they need everything and you don't have it to give (just the things they need ). My wife and I watch game shows all the time and wish and dream of a new life and a fresh start for our family . We have 24 grandchildren in all ranging in age from 17 to 2 1/2 years old, the 4 we have are 12 ,10 , 4, and 2 1/2. Babies come into this world and they love unconditionally so why can't they have a good life?
- —Guest Gregory Lyles
- I am yet to see a disabled person on any of the game shows. I am confined to a wheel chair.
- —Guest steven griff
disabled at 26
- I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease in 2002 and me and my young familly have been suffering for 5 bad years with doctor visits and bills. We cant start a normal life. Me and my girlfriend soon to be wife would like to be on a game show and see if we can make a difference in our kids' lives. We would like to see the world before it's too late.
- —Guest tyson page
Why Play Game Shows
- I am a senior citizen and would like to have enough money for my wife and I to live out our remaining years.
- —Guest ronald Platt
Reason to Be a Game Show Contestant
- My reason for wanting to be a game show contestant is because I would like to further my education, run my own business, own my own home, and donate the rest to charity for families that are really in need. I really would like to set up an institution for motherless children, I love helping others.
- —Guest Raquel
Need the Money
- I want to be on a game show to win enough money to help my daughter buy a bigger house.Since my stroke I have to live with her and it's a little crowded.
- —Guest charlene keck
It could be my one big chance
- Last July, on my birthday, my landlord asked me to leave due to unpaid rent. Gave me 3 days. Had to throw away most of our belongings and squeeze in with mom and dad. 1 month later, lost my job, 3.5 months later, my son says he doesn't want to live here anymore and left, dropped out of school and is "house flopping" I would like the chance to win some money in hopes to get my life back on track. Open my own business and get our own home so my son and my animals will all feel safe and loved again. And give Mom and Dad their home and privacy back. I grew up watching game shows, always played along and think I could do very well. An answer to A wish and A prayer is all I'm hoping for.
- —Guest mandiegirl09
- Eating good food. And a nice home. Just tired of being poor.
- —Guest Christine
It would be fun
- To see how good I can do and win some money to help out grandparents.
why i want to be a contestant!!!
- I am a 28 year old mother of a two year old. I recently lost my husband to a car accident and now my son is left with no daddy! I struggle every day just to make ends meet because I'm self employed in this declining economy. My husband worked in the construction business, mostly cash jobs so he really never paid into social security, so I'm left alone with all the debt and struggling to keep a roof over our heads! I wish I could get an opportunity to become a contestant because I play cash games online and have proven myself to be quite successful!
- —Guest Nichole Oconnell