A short-lived game show aired in the US on Fox and hosted by Gordon Elliot. Contestants were selected on the basis of having thousands of dollars in credit card debt, which generally meant that they were very stupid and had no business being on a quiz show. After one question to wipe out their debt, they could wager progressive amounts of money on harder questions, using "second chances" to disguise their general stupidity. This show not only stole the idea of winning a million dollars from Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, it even stole the idea of second chances from NBC's equally stupid new Twenty-One. To its credit, though, this show didn't ask questions in multiple-choice form unless you asked the host to give you choices.