"And the Winner
(Drastically) Is..." - May 3|
Welcome to "Unan1mous." The continuing story of 7 strangers
in a bunker fighting over a cash prize worth more than $470,000
and deciding whether or not who should take it. When we last
left you, Tarah became the new outcast, and an arguement forced
Adam to leave the room. A survey was taken and Richard thought
he was the least responsible. Voting time forced the first vote
to delay for another time.
And as our story begins, let's get right to it. (I don't know
why voting time happened at the start of the show, but oh well.)
It takes 6 to win the $470K. Vote numbero uno: Jameson. Chalk up
one. The next name on the ballot belongs to: Jameson. 4 away.
Next one: Jameson. He is 1/2 way there from the exit doors. Next
vote: Jonathan. Thrown a curve ball there. Will a vote other
than Jameson strike out? It does. That goes to Richard. Now it's
not unanimous. The rest go: 2 votes for Jonathan. 6 times they
tried, 6 times they failed. Restart the clock. There is now a
way to put the outcast back in. They'll have 15 minutes,
majority rules to see who'll return. The eligible go the Iso-Zone,
and Steve said Adam is willing to take it seriously. Tarah
wanted to predict for Vanessa, but goes for no one and everybody
agrees. Richard wants to stay here until hell freezes over
because of Jameson. Meanwhile, the guys in the Iso-Zone want to
apologize about what the lying was to Jameson.
Now the decision and they chose...no one. Denied. It'll be their
last chance, and if they don't agree, someone else will vote for
themselves. They'll have 5 minutes. Steve, meanwhile is upset at
Adam not being back in, because he was the manipulator. And
then, the backstabbing happened between Adam & Steve. Decision
time and Tarah decides this time that it is...herself. She's
back in and joins the eligible. Adam thinks he won't get the
cash if the clock is at zero. Jonathan said it stared at 1.5
million and wants to hit zero if he stays longer.
Tarah said that the price of being back in is extremely high,
but Jonathan wants to continue the game when saying it to Adam.
Steve & Jameson talk about Jonathan's scheming and Jonathan
storms in to both and tells about all this. Steve wants to focus
on who plays the best, but Jonathan wants to win and why he
voted against Steve in the 2nd vote. Jameson thinks Jonathan is
an ego-maniac, then devised a plan to Jonathan. The PA broke out
and it's lunch time. $462K on the board, and Steve says the
board's losing a dollar a second. Tarah divdes the bunker into 2
houses: Physically & Emotionally. Steve felt bad about not
getting back in, but Jameson thinks about what he'll be like to.
Steve told to about about his whining and his job. and then and
shouting match insues. Adam ended it by giving it right back to
Steve thought this was the first time he's never been cussed and
took it like a woman. (What?!) Adam then cussed out to Steve,
but Jameson thinks they're still at least humans. Adam doesn't
want a unanimous decision, and Steve is going from hopeful to
hopeless. That issues a warning to the inner circle by the
players. Because next week will be the final episode. If a
agreement is not made, the money will wipe out. Who will win?
Will it be Richard? Will it be Jameson? Will it be Jonathan?
Will it be Tarah? Or maybe will it be no one? You'll have to see
it in 7 on "Unan1mous."
Nine strangers locked in a vault must decide
unanimously which of them should be a millionaire. But
if they take too long, they
leave with nothing.
Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Host: JD Roth
Unan1mous Voice: Jeselle Hicks
Creator: Lincoln Hiatt, JD Roth, Todd A.
EP: JD Roth, Lincoln Hiatt, Todd A. Nelson,
Packager: Hiattmedia, 3Ball Productions
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