"Friend or Foe" was a game show combining knowledge and trust -- the catch being contestants (previously unknown to each other and paired at the beginning of the show) had to decide whether their partner would fairly divide the pot. Six contestants (three choosers and three "potential partners") are paired off and head to their own isolation booth. After spotting the teams $200, host Kennedy reads a series of multiple-choice questions, each worth $500. Both team members had to agree on an answer; after reviewing the guesses, Kennedy revealed the correct answer and announced the winnings. After four questions, the team with the least amount of money (or, in case of a tie, who took the longest time answering) are eliminated from the game ... but not until they head to the Trust Box to divide their winnings. That's where the fun (and oftentimes, shenanigans) begins. Each team member made a brief statement to their partner on why he/she should vote "Friend" and split the money. The ...
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