'I Can See Your Voice': Rick chooses not to 'risk the biscuit' and loses $70,000
From runway model to a blackjack dealer, there was an eclectic lineup of singers on 'I Can See Your Voice', and it was Rick's turn to weed out the bad singers from the lineup and take home the coveted $100,000 grand prize. Rick, a communications specialist, joined the FOX show with hopes of raking in the cash to build a sports center so that kids could continue to play despite the bad and unpredictable behavior of New York.
As a father of three sons, Rick was really determined to make the sports center happen. With the help of the show's celebrity panelists Cheryl Hines, Adrienne Bailor-Houghton, Mario Cantone, and Melissa Peterman, and the episode's musical superstar LeAnn Rimes, Rick began trying to guess who was the bad singer and get rewarded for it. With a potential to win $15,000 for every right guess and the grand prize of $100,000 on the line, the stakes were certainly pretty high. So, when it was time for him to make the final decision of whether he wanted to go home with the assured prize money of $30,000 he had already won by correctly weeding out the bad singers, or take a huge risk and either go home with $100,000 or empty-handed, he picked the former option. Rick playfully remarked how his six-year-old son advised him to 'risk the biscuit' on the show and come home with the grand prize money.
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That advice would have worked wonderfully for Rick had he followed it, but unfortunately, he didn't want to take a risk on whether the last standing singer- a dog walker, was a good singer or not, and decided to walk away with the $30,000. When it was finally revealed that the dog walker whose real name is John Daccache was a good singer, everybody was left feeling a bit bummed but also glad that at least Rick was leaving with some money.
Fans too agreed with Rick's decision to leave with $30,000 instead of gambling for the $100,000. A fan tweeted, "It's okay, better safe than sorry. Going home with 30k #ICanSeeYourVoice." Another fan wrote, "Yessss take the money! he just wants to help with the sports center #ICanSeeYourVoice." Another fan shared, "I'm proud of Rick for ending the game here #ICanSeeYourVoice."
It's okay, better safe than sorry. Going home with 30k 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 #ICanSeeYourVoice— J. Seaberry (@JJSea) February 10, 2022
yessss take the money! he just wants to help with the sports center🥺 #ICanSeeYourVoice— Emma (@Emma25531777) February 10, 2022
I'm proud of Rick for ending the game here#ICanSeeYourVoice— TokuBoy Studios (@JadenSakaki99) February 10, 2022
Another fan expressed, "Did the right thing but what could of been 100k #ICanSeeYourVoice." "That hurts but still walking away with 30k! Way to go Rick #ICanSeeYourVoice," commented a fan. "#ICanSeeYourVoice Love how everyone was bummed that he has a great voice lollllll," joked a fan.
Did the right thing but what could of been 100k 💰 #ICanSeeYourVoice— Ekinder1212 (@ekinder1212) February 10, 2022
That hurts but still walking away with 30k! Way to go Rick #ICanSeeYourVoice— Hwater98 (@hwater98) February 10, 2022
#ICanSeeYourVoice Love how everyone was bummed that he has a great voice lollllll— jimmy2shoes (@jimmy2s61761734) February 10, 2022
'I Can See Your Voice' airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c on FOX.
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