Diana and “Sweet Alfred” have a rather spirited “Bid-A-Note” round on the pilot week of NTT ’84. (For the impatient folks out there, things really being cooking about 1:45 in.) This video c) Sandy Frank Productions.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
“Jerk” also applies to Sandy Frank, the man who created this version of the show. Not only is he creepy looking (he looks like he had so many plastic surgery jobs), but his ex-wife (who is every bit creepy looking as he is) called him “an unfaithful creep”.
@checkthisjunkout Remember– the host gives a clue to the song in Bid-a-Note, then, they start bidding. That’s probably the reason why Diana only bid 1 note.
And I still think “Sweet Alfred” needs a roasting at Game Show Garbage.
@amnewsboy As was “buzzer-crazy” contestant Michael Lagmay.
I wonder if he’s still using that cool electronic typewriter
diana was brave to take the bid on so few notes
Why is he such a douchebag OMG
That douche Alfred wouldn’t even say “name that tune”. He kept saying “name that song”. It doesn’t seem like that big a deal but it’s so annoying that he was trying to cool or different.
How did she think she was gonna get a song in one note??
“you got it honey!” classic Alfred
THOSE 2 CONTESTANTS ARE LOVEBIRDS!
What a fag. I woulda nailed him in the nose.
this guy is a tool
I CAN DO IT IN FO’
Man, can’t believe the douche bag won.
An electronic typewriter!! Gee golly whillikers!
I love game show pls bring them old game back
you gottit honey!
“you got it honey!” lol!!
wtf is wrong with this guy????
they need to bring this show back
do you have the golden medley of this
Do you have more of these pilot episodes? I know that there were five in total, and this was only a part of one of the pilots. It would be very awesome to see the episodes in full .
Yes it was 0 in the pilots. On the regular episodes, it was normally one note.