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Sometimes when asked difficult personal questions, a little lie won't hurt. Unless you're on the game show The Moment of Truth, and your lie is detected by a lie detector test. Host Mark L. Walberg administers the questions already answered by contestants previous to the show's taping. The prize is $500,000, but will it be worth it?
|S01E01||Episode 1||23/01/2008||In the series premiere Ty Keck, a personal trainer and former pro football player, takes the stage as the show's first contestant. He only gets so far though, and then George Ortizar, a divorced father of three, takes the stage. After correctly answering seven questions time runs out and George must wait until next week to continue the game.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||30/01/2008||George Ortizar continues his quest to win $500,000 by answering increasingly personal questions honestly, as determined by a polygraph test. Christie Youssef, a 22-year old former Miss America contestant joins the episode and answers some questions of her own.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||06/02/2008||Christie Youssef, a 22-year old medical student hopeful and former Miss America contestant, continues up the ladder on her journey to win $500,000. Also, Brandon Corria, a 30-year old waiter and former Marine gets his chance to win $500,000. Mark L. Walberg hosts.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||13/02/2008||Family man Ray Hernandez gets his chance to win $500,000 by answering difficult personal questions in front of his family and America. Mark L. Walberg hosts.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||25/02/2008||In a special Monday Night viewing, 26 year-old Lauren Cleri faces her moment of truth as she answers increasingly personal questions on her controversial journey to win $500,000.|
|S01E06||Episode 6||05/03/2008||Contestants are put on the spot in front of America as they must answer 21 increasingly personal questions on their quest to win $500,000. Mark Walberg hosts.|
|S01E07||Episode 7||12/03/2008||32 year-old carpenter Michael Greenland from St. Louis, MO must answer increasingly personal questions honestly in front of his loved ones and America to win the grand prize of $500,000. Mark Walberg hosts.|
|S01E08||Episode 8||19/03/2008||Lissette Gonzalez, a 30 year-old restaurant hostess from New York City must answer 21 increasingly personal questions truthfully in front of her family and friends to win the grand prize of $500,000. Mark Walberg hosts.|
|S01E09||Episode 9||26/03/2008||Fight promoter Paul Schon is tonight's contestant. He must answer 21 increasingly personal questions truthfully in front of his family and friends to win the grand prize of $500,000. Mark Walberg hosts.|
|S01E10||Episode 10||02/04/2008||In tonight's season premiere, interior designer Angela Ciemny continues on her journey to get to the top of the money ladder. She must answer 21 increasingly personal questions truthfully in front of her family and friends to win the grand prize of $500,000. Mark Walberg hosts.|
|S02E01||Episode 1||27/05/2008||Curtis Frank, a gold broker from Arizona. He walked out with $100,000 after admitting to watching gay porn for more than a minute, wearing makeup, not being able to pay his mortgage if his mother cut off his allowance, having sex in his family's furniture store, and cheating on his ex-girlfriend while they were dating. An earlier question asked him if he secretly wanted to get back together with her and he answered "yes".|
|S02E02||Episode 2||03/06/2008||This episode featured contestant Kristina Paolino; she is a 25 year old former flight attendant from Chicago, Illinois. Like previous contestants, Paolino decided to walk out after reluctantly admitting privy, personal feelings and past transgressions such as riding a stolen vehicle and revealing her true feelings about her friend Joseph. She has also admitted her concern over her father's "bad" decisions that he made when Paolino was younger. Paolino only reached the end of the 3rd tier with a total of $100,000.|
|S02E03||Episode 3||10/06/2008||In this episode featured two contestants. First was Aaron Dunbar, a 21-year-old emergency medical technician from Lancaster, California. After admitting he wouldn't give CPR to Osama bin Laden, being ashamed of growing up Mormon, and knowingly falsifying reports, he decided to walk away after completing the 3rd tier with a total of $100,000. After admitting to thinking that fat people are weak, a member of NAAFA asked, "Do fat people repulse you?" as Aaron's sixth question, to which he truthfully answered in the affirmative. Next was Mary Beth Kraese a 39-year-old volunteer firefighter from South Huntington, New York. After admitting to ignoring pages from the fire house, she gave a false answer when asked if she had lost attraction to her husband. This caused her to leave with nothing.|
|S02E04||Episode 4||17/06/2008||Conjetta Lawellin. After revealing her past about dating women and her unethical choices during her pregnancy, she eventually lost the money when she was asked "Have you ever regretted getting back together with your boyfriend Nick?" She answered "No" and the polygraph machine deemed that a deceptive answer, resulting in her losing the $25,000 she was gambling.|
|S02E05||Episode 5||01/07/2008||The Moment of Truth summer finale because of schedule changes on June 24, 2008. It aired on July 1, 2008. It is about real estate investor, Annette (Netty) Nelson. Netty ended up wining the most money so far out of anybody, $200,000. Since she was the first one to answer 18 questions correctly, viewers can see the difficult types of questions one is expected to answer the more money is at stake. For example, question 18 asked Netty if her mother was terminally ill and she wanted to end her life, would Netty help her do it. She answered no and won the $200,000.|
|S02E06||Episode 6||08/07/2008||The 16th episode had Leanne Petrosky. She admitted to using boyfriends for money, and about being embarresed about the clothes her boyfriend wears. She won $100,000.|