roboboy: The timer is the question timer so the length of the lifeline depends on which question it's used on and how much time is used before requesting it. It is more like Plus 1. Oct 4, 2015 0:35:55 GMT -5
markusizr: Sorrry mate Oct 3, 2015 16:24:02 GMT -5
kplewisvox: , whether someone did or not, do you really think someone would post that big a spoiler in the shoutbox? Oct 3, 2015 16:13:46 GMT -5
markusizr: Someone won a top-prize in college week or not Oct 3, 2015 16:06:56 GMT -5
retched: Does the lifeline work like Phone a Friend or Plus One? And does the timer still countdown? Oct 3, 2015 15:03:36 GMT -5
roboboy: I was able to record an episode of Australian HotSeat with the Ask A Friend Life Line however I have not had a broadband connection to upload it with for the last 3 or so weeks and have no idea when my ISP will have the connection restored. Oct 3, 2015 7:59:11 GMT -5
retched: I'm almost tempted to put a "Let me Google that for you..." link Oct 2, 2015 13:08:09 GMT -5
Gagamillionaire: Apparently, reading isn't quite as important in school as game show music. Oct 1, 2015 10:42:48 GMT -5
Paul G.: I don't think it's a good place for asking for the cues. Go search somewhere else on the Internet. Presuming you could read the forum rules and contribute wisely... Oct 1, 2015 10:21:37 GMT -5
gazza333: Please message me if you know where to find this cue. Thank you everyone! Oct 1, 2015 9:57:16 GMT -5
gazza333: I need it for a school project, Oct 1, 2015 9:56:51 GMT -5
gazza333: Does anyone have access to the end cue of WWTBAM UK RAVE 2007? Its the cue before the closing titles are played. Message me if you do! Oct 1, 2015 9:56:25 GMT -5
retched: I can take over but most of my questions tend to be pop culture and not so much historical. Sept 30, 2015 23:25:32 GMT -5
RegisFan: The host role in RPG 48 is up for grabs. Feel free to hop in the game and take over if you'd like to do so. Sept 30, 2015 22:51:28 GMT -5
kplewisvox: ...nods or shakes her head. And yes, contestants are briefed during rehearsal to never turn around and look at that board, because the director doesn't want a shot of the back of your head. Sept 30, 2015 18:29:57 GMT -5 *
kplewisvox: The host screen has no information that is valuable to a contestant. As far as I know, it doesn't even have a right or wrong indicator on it anymore (like the red and green rectangles from before). There's just a producer standing under it who either... Sept 30, 2015 18:29:39 GMT -5
retched: Well the reason for the delay would be so that the host can prepare themselves to say if the answer is right or wrong before displays on the screen and ready themselves for it. But I might be overthinking it Sept 30, 2015 15:56:18 GMT -5
wwtbamfangamer: Top of the evening to you all! Sept 30, 2015 15:47:58 GMT -5 *
Gagamillionaire: Why should there be a delay? And the thing stopping the player from turning around is the production crew. It wouldn't look good on camera if contestants turned around like a dog chasing its tail the moment they say "final answer". Sept 30, 2015 15:40:58 GMT -5
retched: Regarding the US host screen: Is there a delay before the answer is revealed to the player? Also, something I never figured out, what stops someone at the stage from turning around to see the host board. Sept 30, 2015 15:27:58 GMT -5

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