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A million dollars can be yours if you have a minute...

Recaps by Chico Alexander, GSNN

Host Guy Fieri
Game Agents Lauren Gilmore
Ai-Li Wang
Announcer Tom Kane
Creator Mattias Olsson
Jock Millgårdh
EP Craig Plestis
Tim Puntillo
Mattias Olsson
Jock Millgårdh
Estelle Bodėn
Packager Friday TV & Smart Dog Media for Universal Media Studios
Origins CBS Studio Center, Los Angeles
Web nbc.com/minutetowinit
Airs 8p Sun, NBC
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Kevin Vs. The Clock
May 12

Alec "Ace" Sterning proved he was just that, but he couldn't beat Supercoin to pick up $1 million, instead opting for $100,000.

Now back in the mid 2000s, there was a band called The Jonas Brothers. They were three brothers... named Jonas. One of them is a big fan of this show and now that one, Kevin, is going to enter the Sixty Second Circle to play for his charity, Change for the Children.

Now the lowdown on the celebrity showdown. Because this is a charity game, whatever money Kevin wins is guaranteed. Other than that, the rules stay the same, meaning that he's got three lives and, as always... "failure to complete this task in 60 seconds may result in ELIMINATION."

LEVEL 1 - $1000: NERVOUS NELLY. A contestant's appendages are strapped to four pedometers. They must use whatever means possible to accumulate a total of 500 clicks.

First attempt: COMPLETE in three (552, $1000). The Power Pad method works.

LEVEL 2 - $2500: NOSE DIVE. Using petroleum jelly as an adhesive, the contestant must transfer six cotton balls from one end of the stage to the other... using only their nose.

First attempt: COMPLETE (:07, $2500)

LEVEL 3 - $5000: JUNK IN THE TRUNK. Eight ping-pong balls are loaded inside an empty tissue box attached to the small of the contestant's back. Using whatever movements are necessary, the contestant must empty the tissue box without touching it (High score: :49)

First attempt... COMPLETE (:23, $5000).

LEVEL 4 - $10,000: EGG ROLL. Using a medium pizza box as a fan, the contestant must propel two eggs down stage to a waiting area. (High score: :03)

First attempt... COMPLETE (:08, $10,000)

LEVEL 5 - $50,000: NUTSTACKER. A nut is useless without a bolt. A chopstick is useless without another. Using only a chopstick, a contestant must stack eight nuts vertically on a table.

First attempt... FAIL (:17, two lives remaining)

Second attempt... COMPLETE: (:01, $50,000)

LEVEL 6 - $75,000: KA-BROOM. A marshmallow sits on a paper plate. Using the spring action from a broom, a contestant must launch the marshmallow into the air and catch it in a cup. This must be repeated FOUR times.

First attempt... COMPLETE (:14, $75,000).

LEVEL 7 - $125,000: MATCHMAKER. Eighteen cups are holding one M&M each, six each of greens, reds, and yellows. One at a time, the contestant must group them by color onto three tables.

First attempt... COMPLETE (:05, $125,000)

LEVEL 8 - $250,000: KEEP THE CHANGE. A stack of five quarters is on the lip of an empty glass, with a dollar bill on each. A contestant must snatch the dollar bill from under the stack whist keeping the stack on the lip of the glass. This must be done TWICE.

First attempt... COMPLETE (:55, $250,000)

LEVEL 7 - $125,000: DON'T BLOW THE JOKER. A contestant must blow all but one of a standard deck of 52 playing cards off of the top of a bottle, leaving only the joker. He will be given five chances to complete the task.

First attempt... FAIL. (:10, one life remaining).

Final attempt... FAIL... (:08, GAME OVER).

After screaming at the screen on the first episode about how easy that was, Kevin gets tripped up himself. He leaves with $250,000!

More games in a minute that you can do at home next time!

For more information on the games, and to see this episode in its entirety, go to nbc.com/minutetowinit.