Contestants judge people by their appearance, and oh, the hilarious things they’ll say. But we reward the open-minded with cash, after thrilling to the ignorance of others. Tee-hee, ka-ching.
“This is an opportunity for the NAACP to more fully engage in a discussion of prejudice and bigotry and to explain to a wider audience the bases for these ills and how we can rid society of them,” said NAACP National Board of Directors Chairman Julian Bond
“I don’t like him on the fact that he’s black,” a Polynesian panelists says of a black man. “There was a lot of them turned up wanting to put across their views,” said executive producer David Young. “These are views that don’t get heard. He has a right to be heard on the show.”