1 vs. 100 (Chinese game show)

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1 vs. 100
以一敌百
1vs100cnlogo.jpg
Format Game show
Created by Endemol
Starring Wang Han (season 1)
Ren Jun (season 2)
Country of origin China
No. of episodes 16 (season 1)
35 (season 2)
Production
Running time about 90 minutes per episode (inc. commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel Hunan Satellite Television
Original run March 5, 2008 – December 23, 2010
External links
Website

In 2008 and 2010, Hunan Satellite Television produced the Chinese version of 1 vs. 100, which has the same name as the Hong Kong version, called 以一敌百 (literally translated "to oppose 100 people by 1 person"). The first season was aired between March 5 and July 31, 2008 and the second season was premiered on April 15, 2010 and ended on December 23, 2010. The host was Wang Han (汪涵) in season 1 and Ren Jun (任军) in season 2.

Game rules[edit]

Mobs
eliminated
Player's total
(season 1)
(happy golden balls)
Player's total
(season 2)
(gold coins)
10-19 500 1,000
20-29 1,000 2,000
30-39 2,000 3,000
40-49 5,000 5,000
50-59 10,000 8,000
60-69 20,000 10,000
70-79 30,000 15,000
80-89 40,000 20,000
90-99 50,000 25,000
100 100,000 50,000

This show uses the new rules of the American version. The mobs of this version are called "happy answerers" (快乐答人) in season 1 and "pass keepers" (守关者) in season 2. Every 10 answerers eliminated increases the prize for the solo player. In season 1, the prizes are in "happy golden balls" (快乐金球), which can be used to shop in Happigo. The top prize is 100,000 balls. In season 2, the prizes are in "gold coins" and the top prize is 50,000 coins. Each ball or coin equal to one Renminbi.

If the solo player answers four questions (three questions in season 1) correctly, the contestant decides on whether to leave and take the prize or continue playing. If they continue, they can use any of these three helps:

  • Season 1:
    • Ask the answerers (询问答人): One answerer who answered correctly and one who answered incorrectly are chosen at random. Each explains their decision to the contestant. This automatically eliminates one wrong answer.
    • Poll the answerers (求证答人) : The solo player pick one of the three answers, then the number of answerers who chose that answer is revealed.
    • Trust the answerers (信任答人): The solo player commit to choosing the answer chosen by the largest number of answerers.
  • Season 2:
    • Trust the majority (信任大多数): The same as "Trust the answerers".
    • Choose one from two (对错二选一): One wrong answer is eliminated.
    • Call for help (电话帮帮忙): The solo player can get help by phoning a friend.

If the solo player answers incorrectly, the contestant leaves with nothing, with the remaining answerers answering correctly sharing the prize amongst themselves. If only one answerer answered correctly, that person will win the top prize.

Special episodes[edit]

Season 1[edit]

  • Episode 9, 10, 13 and 14 were similar to the "Battle of the Sexes" of the American version. All the answerers were men in episode 9 and 10,[1] and women in episode 13 and 14.
  • In episode 11, the prizes were in cash and the top prize was 200,000 Renminbi.[2] The total of 300,000 Renminbi given out in this episode were donated for rebuilding the site of 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
  • All the answerers in episode 12 were kids.
  • In episode 16, the last episode, the top prize was 100,000 "happy golden balls" plus a car.

Statistics[edit]

List of contestants of season 1[edit]

Episode Date Contestant Number of
questions answered
Number of
answerers remaining
Total winning
(happy golden balls)
Prize per answerers
(happy golden balls)
Note
1 March 5, 2008 Yang Yajin
(杨雅晋)
8 Before Q.8: 16
After Q.8: 10
0
(lost 40,000)
4,000
Yi Pei
(易培)
8 Before Q.8: 5
After Q.8: 0
0
(lost 50,000)
0
2 March 12, 2008 Li Ying
(李莹)
6 Before Q.6: 13
After Q.6: 12
40,000 0
Luo Manhan
(罗曼翰)
6 Before Q.6: 21
After Q.6: 16
0
(lost 30,000)
1,875 The contestant was a foreign teacher from Pakistan.
3 March 19, 2008 Zhang Sichi
(张斯驰)
3 Before Q.3: 54
After Q.3: 22
0
(lost 5,000)
227
Yin Shuiming
(殷水明)
5 Before Q.5: 12
After Q.5: 4
0
(lost 40,000)
10,000
Zeng Yu
(曾玉)
6 Before Q.6: 23
After Q.6: 5
50,000 0 The contestant finished his game in episode 4.
4 March 26, 2008 Lu Yi
(吕奕)
6 Before Q.6: 18
After Q.6: 4
50,000 0
Shu Cheng
(舒骋)
4 Before Q.4: 53
After Q.4: 7
0
(lost 5,000)
714
Pan Danfen
(潘丹芬)
3 Before Q.3: 42
After Q.3: 8
0
(lost 10,000)
1,250
5 April 2, 2008 Luo Xuan
(罗璇)
2 Before Q.2: 73
After Q.2: 50
0
(lost 1,000)
20
Zhang Xiangdong
(张湘东)
3 Before Q.3: 19
After Q.3: 15
0
(lost 40,000)
2,667
Yang Zhuo
(杨卓)
3 Before Q.3: 64
After Q.3: 22
0
(lost 2,000)
91
Ma Xiaojie
(马潇洁)
5 Before Q.5: 37
After Q.5: 13
0
(lost 20,000)
1,538
6 April 9, 2008 Xu Jing
(许静)
5 Before Q.5: 18
After Q.5: 16
40,000 0
Wan Dan
(万丹)
8 Before Q.8: 1
After Q.8: 0
0
(lost 50,000)
0
7 April 16, 2008 Zhao Bin
(赵斌)
7 Before Q.7: 2
After Q.7: 0
100,000 0
Tu Yu
(涂宇)
4 Before Q.4: 58
After Q.4: 24
0
(lost 5,000)
208
8 April 23, 2008 Liu Qinzhe
(刘沁哲)
6 Before Q.6: 5
After Q.6: 3
0
(lost 50,000)
16,667 The contestant was only 12 years old. He was the youngest contestant of the show.
Ji Fengxia
(季凤霞)
6 Before Q.6: 18
After Q.6: 12
40,000 0
9 May 1, 2008
(rebroadcast on May 7, 2008)
Nian Ying
(年颖)
5 Before Q.5: 12
After Q.5: 7
50,000 0 All the answerers were men and the solo players were women. Du Xiangyu was the last answerer remaining in episode 6 (Wan Dan's game).
Du Xiangyu
(杜湘瑜)
9 Before Q.9: 1
After Q.9: 0
100,000 0
10 May 14, 2008 Duan Hong
(段鸿)
6 Before Q.6: 12
After Q.6: 4
0
(lost 40,000)
10,000
Qiu Yiping
(邱亿平)
? ? ? ?
11 July 9, 2008 Ji Jie
(吉杰)
Tan Weiwei
(谭维维)
7 Before Q.7: 4
After Q.7: 3
¥0
(lost ¥100,000)
¥33,333 A group of 2 was chosen among the answerers, so the contestants faced only 98 answerers. All the prizes were donated for rebuilding the site of 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
He Jiong
(何炅)
Xie Na
(谢娜)
9 Before Q.9: 2
After Q.9: 0
¥200,000 ¥0
12 July 10, 2008 Zheng Yuanjie
(郑渊洁)
7 Before Q.7: 12
After Q.7: 4
0
(lost 40,000)
10,000 All the answerers were kids, Xu Jiao (徐娇) was among them.
Chen Jie
(陈洁)
3 Before Q.3: 49
After Q.3: 27
0
(lost 10,000)
370
Hu Shizhu
(胡石柱)
? ? ? ?
13 July 16, 2008 Li Huan
(李桓)
7 Before Q.7: 9
After Q.7: 2
0
(lost 50,000)
25,000 All the answerers were women and the solo players were men. Xia Donghao was a mesmerist from Taiwan.
Xia Donghao
(夏东豪)
9 Before Q.9: 14
After Q.9: 4
0
(lost 40,000)
10,000
14 July 17, 2008 He Yikun
(何轶昆)
5 Before Q.5: 29
After Q.5: 10
0
(lost 30,000)
3,000
Wei Jiayin
(魏佳音)
11 Before Q.11: 4
After Q.11: 2
0
(lost 50,000)
25,000
15 July 24, 2008 Wu Zhenxing
(吴振星)
Liu Shufang
(刘淑芳)
5 Before Q.5: 11
After Q.5: 7
0
(lost 40,000)
5,714 Among the answerers, there were Guo Chunning (郭春宁), the designer of Dancing Beijing, a group of designers of the medals of the 2008 Summer Olympics, and some torchbearers of the 2008 Summer Olympics torch relay. Xiao Xu and Zhang Chaowei were also the torchbearers.
Xiao Xu
(肖旭)
6 Before Q.6: 32
After Q.6: 14
0
(lost 20,000)
1,429
Zhang Chaowei
(张朝炜)
8 Before Q.8: 5
After Q.8: 5
0
(lost 50,000)
10,000
16 July 31, 2008 Yi Pei
(易培)
8 Before Q.8: 2
After Q.8: 2
0
(lost 50,000)
25,000 Yi Pei and Wan Dan were the contestants of episode 1 and 6 respectively. Liu Qinzhe, the 12-year-old contestant of episode 8, was one of the answerers.
Wan Dan
(万丹)
12 Before Q.12: 1
After Q.12: 0
100,000 + car 0

List of top prize winners of season 2[edit]

Episode Date Name The One/The Mob (Pass keeper)
2 April 29, 2010 Huang Zheng (黄征) Mob
4 May 13, 2010 Liu Zhong (刘众) Mob
7 June 3, 2010 Qin Lai (覃徕) Mob
15 August 5, 2010 Xie Chaochun (谢朝春) Mob
25 October 14, 2010 Long Tingting (龙婷婷) Mob
29 November 11, 2010 Li Mingyu (李鸣宇) One
30 November 11, 2010 Su Hong (苏红) One
33 December 9, 2010 Zheng Anqi (郑安琦) One
Kong Weijia (孔维佳) One
34 December 16, 2010 Zheng Yu (郑宇) Mob
35 December 23, 2010 Gao Jing (高婧) One
Mu Qi Miya (母其弥雅) One

References[edit]

  1. ^ "湖南卫视网站-《以一敌百》挑起男争女斗 一女当关敌百男?". Archived from the original on 2009-06-14. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  2. ^ "湖南卫视网站-《以一敌百》答人全场"倒戈" 爱心重建聚源中学". Archived from the original on 2009-06-14. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 

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