A Muskogee man took his chances on KJRH's new game show Tuesday and ended up on the right side of the gamble.
Jerrod Murr won $37,500 on "Let's Ask America" Tuesday afternoon in the show's second episode.
Murr, who had accrued $7,500 up to the final question, chose to "go all in" and risk it all for a potential $37,500.
Murr's final question? "Where did women say is the most annoying place for someone to cut in line?"
Murr chose bathroom among post, grocery store and buffet.
He was right.
"You've got to be kidding me!" Murr said with hands raised.
"It's a pretty cool concept," said Murr before the show. "Hopefully lots of people in northeastern Oklahoma will play on the show and have a good time.
The game show centers around social media, Skype and current events.
The format reflects an audience desire for exciting new twists on the trivia concept, while giving contestants the chance to win prizes from their couches.
Visit letsaskamerica.tv/contestants.html to learn how you can become a contestant.
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