Posted on May 9, 2011

Epic Racist Moment on the Game Show Network

“chubbywater5,” YouTube, May 7, 2011

A clip from a TV show called “Without Prejudice?” which was on GSN a couple of years ago. l think this video will help people to start an important dialog. ***** UPDATE E-MAIL FROM MICHAEL (Contestant on the show): Awesome man. This is so random but i am so glad you put this up. Folks are talking. The show won awards in the UK and so they made a US version. This was the pilot episode and the most popular. it was such a success that they got a full season from it. it is an hour long show and we were all randomly chosen. The judges and the contestants. So they wanted to see if the judges could “judge” without prejudice. They would go on to award the winner 25K. I was the winner. Myself and the other finalist were the only 2 contestants that got to actually meet the judges and when i met them, the polynesian guy had a change of heart and actually voted FOR me. The edits don’t show that he came from his seat and hugged me. It was a very interesting experience. We had no idea what the judges were saying or doing or who they even were, for that matter. so i had no idea that he was racist when i went out and met the judges. It ended well though. I talked to that guy over a meal and he said that he had a change of heart.

[From Wikipedia: Without Prejudice? is a game show created and produced by 12 Yard that aired in the UK on Channel 4 from 4 January 2003 to 16 April 2004 and ran for 2 series. It was hosted by Liza Tarbuck. A short-lived US version aired from 17 July to 16 September 2007 on GSN (the Game Show Network, a cable TV channel) and was hosted by psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig. We shall be grateful to any readers who able to supply additional information, espeically when this particular segment aired.]

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