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A dartboard is 1.1 inch in front of and -6 feet above a shiny navy wall. A 20 feet long black rectangle is 0.85 inch behind and -14 inch above the dartboard. It is leaning 180 degrees to the back. A 15 feet long black rectangle is 0.8 inch behind and -9 feet right of and -4 feet above the dartboard. It is leaning 45 degrees to the left. back. A 15 feet long black rectangle is 0.75 inch behind and -9 feet left of and -4 feet above the dartboard. It is leaning 45 degrees to the right. A 6 feet wide red circle is 0.95 inch behind and -4 feet above the dartboard. It is leaning 90 degrees to the back. A 5 feet wide white circle is 0.9 inch behind and -3.5 feet above the dartboard. It is leaning 90 degrees to the back. A 30% dark [wood] boat is 10 feet in front of and 12 feet right of the wall. The ground is water. A dart is right of the dartboard. It is leaning 65 degrees to the front. A dart is above the dartboard. It is leaning 70 degrees to the front. A dart is left of and above the dart. It is leaning 80 degrees to the front. Camera light is black. A lemon light is in front of the dart. A light is in front of and below the dartboard. The sail of the boat is [canvas].
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nheiges (2017) 
Great scene!
watcher570 (2017) 
better than a caravan :-)
hedgehog1965 (2017) 
Thanks - I remember a lot of boats in one series; I read that the producers had a deal with a speedboat company (to dish out to most of the winners, whereas the losers got shown some other random prize)
nheiges (2017) 
was the random prize "a year's supply of Turtle Wax"? I don't remember which game show seemed to always have that as the consolation prize - very little consolation, I thought!
hedgehog1965 (2018) 
In this show, the losers only got teased by seeing what prize they would have won if they'd played better (like a car). The "could have" prizes always seemed better than the ones on winning weeks.
nheiges (2018) 
Oh, I see :-)
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