Show Me What You've Got



Dale Winton


Models: Carl and Charlotte


Initial for ITV1, 2006 (non-broadcast pilot)


This was going to be a big-money quiz with luck elements based around mathematical operations. The top prize was supposed to be £8,160,000.

The format was used in the US as "Show Me the Money", where William "All Bran" Shatner gyrated with "sexy" "dancers", to mediocre ratings, so it's no surprise it wasn't picked up here.


"Show me what you've got!"

"Computer... show me the money!"


Dick de Rijk, which may explain why it got this far.


In a 2012 Guardian article, Richard Osman rated this pilot as being the worst piece of television he had ever seen, ahead of Don't Scare the Hare. This from the creator of 24 Hour Quiz

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Bother's Bar feature on the Italian show which did make it to air, Tutto x Tutto. Our version had pretty similar gameplay (although in round two you answered questions to determine whether your bank got multiplied or divided) but didn't have the ace scaffolded set.


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