1 vs. 100 was a National Lottery game show that aired on BBC One from 2006-2009.

One player is selected to play the game as 'the One' from 101 people, collectively known as 'the Mob'. To win the game outright, the One must eliminate all 100 remaining members of the Mob by answering questions correctly.

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Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2006-09-30

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1 vs. 100 is a game show created by Endemol that is aired in several countries. The game pits one person against 100 others for a chance to win a large cash prize. The game first aired in the Netherlands as Eén tegen 100, sponsored by the Nationale Postcode Loterij (National Postal Code Lottery).

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Unlike the European (and Hong Kong) versions of the show, there are no “dodges” or “doublers” on the American version of the show. Instead, each player receives opportunities to receive assistance from the mob, known as “helps”. Originally there were two helps, which could only be used in order. Starting with the sixth episode, a third option was added, the three helps were given names, and players could choose any of the three at any point in the game. During “Poll The Mob” (originally the first help), the player selects one of the three answers to get more information about. The number of “mob” players who chose that answer is revealed, and the contestant chooses one of the revealed mob members to discuss his or her response. For “Ask The Mob” (originally the second help), two mob members are randomly selected: one who answered correctly and one who answered incorrectly. Each explains his or her decision to the contestant, which in turn also eliminates the third choice from consideration. If everyone in the mob either got the question right or wrong, the choice is not shown and the two mob members are not selected (it happened once on Brazil, when the one faced exactly two remaining contestants on the mob). For “Trust The Mob” (added in episode 6), the contestant is automatically committed to the most popular answer the mob gave. The American version has also incorporated the “Sneak Peek,” which allows a player to see their next question (but not the three answers) before deciding whether or not to answer the next question. In 2007, it was used when a player eliminated 90 or more members of the mob. After only two people managed to do so, it eventually became available once a player has used all their helps in season two.

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