A New York man shouts-out to his wife to save him from the dreaded red "X." A couple orders an iced non-fat trenta skinny vanilla latte, and a foursome, like the rest of America, does not run on Kimchi Donuts.
A contestant can’t decide whether he should use some winnings on waffles or pancakes, a group of four exclaims, "Here we are now, entertain us!" and three guys take a 3.141592 mile cruise through Manhattan.
A lone New Yorker can smell the cash as he approaches his destination. A trio of friends shouts out for help on a Google question. Three more pals are quizzed on the Ten Commandments.
Two friends, on the way to New York's Carnegie Hall, hit it out of the park with a Louisville Slugger question. Four buddies need some help when questioned about a "first dude" in the 2008 election.
Two couples try to rake in the cash during a "Double Ride" in New York. A solo rider wishes she was a Rhodes Scholar, and four dudes put their spelling bee skills to the test.
Two New York friends start off strong with a "Tomb Raider" question. A group of four puts their heads together for the "Red Light Challenge," and two lovebirds struggle when asked about a famous "blue-eyed crooner."
A solo rider is no longer six degrees away from Ben Bailey, and a rowdy foursome hopes they are not "too big to fail." A father/daughter team takes to the streets and tries to win big bucks.
A lone player gets the best "Deal of the Day" in New York City. Two dudes have "Red Light Challenge" nightmares after a question about Stephen King novels, and four girls attempt complete a full revolution in the cab.
A group scores a "Red Light Challenge" at a New York intersection. A rider en route to Midtown takes a little detour, and a pair puts their presidential knowledge to the test.
A New York man gets a birthday surprise in the cab. Three workers unite for the right answers, and a team of two takes the road that Poet Robert Frost did not.
A couple headed to a New York steakhouse takes a surprise cab ride. A team drives to the basket and rebounds for double the cash. Knowledge on the former Governator of California comes in handy for a lone rider.
A rider tries to score big as he goes it alone for 24 New York City blocks, and a foursome knows something about the Fab Four. A cab ride for two friends means no nap for dad.
A New York couple takes on some intimidating UFC fighters. Four Richard Simmons wannabes exercise their knowledge of punctuation, and a duo has 37 blocks to make or break their night.
A lone wolf shouts-out to New Yorkers for help with pop diva trivia. A trio racks their brains to remember movie star names, and another bunch takes a risky drive to score some extra moolah.
Two contestants hope their ride around New York ends in a double windfall. Four friends get caught up in the old school computer game of Minesweeper, and a couple "live happily ever after" because of this cab ride.
A New Yorker hopes her knowledge of hippo trivia will score the big bucks. A foursome realizes that planking is difficult in a cab, and a duo obviously had breakfast with Snap, Crackle, and Pop.
Two dudes have the luck of the "Scottish," even in a New York cab. A solo rider hopes three passersby know how to speak cajun, and four friends "taste the rainbow" while out on the town.
A trio hopes their New York cab ride has a fairytale ending. Four pals defend Snoopy from his mortal enemy, and a sole voyager hopes his sister knows her vintage video game trivia.
A New York duo hopes a firewall doesn't block them from winning the cash. Another pair plays for a full house, and a foursome goes on a soda pop naming spree.
The first contestant won’t get caught in a New York version of Carmageddon, two couples keep the Olympic flame burning, and a trio tries to earn enough money to buy the mansion at Xanadu.
Four guys should’ve stopped at a candy store for a Swedish delicacy before their ride, this slugger is on deck to answer some trivia, and a trio hopes their battleship does not get sunk.
One rider throws a rock while Ben throws paper, a duo hopes for six less weeks of winter, and one group isn’t threatened by birds but by a dizzying fear of heights.
A father-son ride might land them some Fort Knox gold, something about this contestant’s Red Light Challenge smells fishy, and these two dudes might actually have a Cha-Cha-Cha-Chia at home.
Two sisters wear their blue suede shoes while dancing to the jailhouse rock, three friends try not to knock over a tower of blocks, and two guys travel back in time to 79 AD.
It’s a good thing Ben doesn’t need to drive this car Flintstones-style, a solo rider does the tomahawk chop for some cash, and there’s no room for children’s games for the last three contestants.
A group of four scores cash they would have liked seven years ago, a lone rider meets a pro hockey player for some coffee, and three dudes go loco in this car ride.
Two players are glad they "didn’t go in the water," another group hopes Ben can out-drive the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and the last bunch is wowed by the cab they hailed.
The Acme Corporation couldn’t even help these two guys catch the Road Runner, some passengers take a ride on Spaceship Earth, and three trailblazers navigate through the city streets.
The first few contestants recall their Constitutional Rights, a second trio gets into an argument over whether it’s Wabbit Season or Duck Season, and a third group flies through the eye of a storm.
Two guys scream "Thundercats-HO!," a voyager gets stuck in the Bermuda Triangle, and four contenders try to break an Olympic record.
A pair of contestants does some shopping thirty thousand feet high in the sky, Big Brother is watching this comrade answer some trivia, and Bazooka Joe joins Ben and his comedian friends in the cab.
Three contestants tell each other jokes they learned while eating summertime treats, two funny bros "git-r-done," and a family of four strikes back against the evil Emperor and Darth Vader.
Two miners go looking for birthstones, three players discover a wardrobe that takes them to a faraway land, and the rebellious Holden Caulfield makes a special appearance.
A couple "bounces, molds, stretches, and snaps," one guy tours the country of France on the back of un vélo, and four travelers visit the ancient homeland of the Inca Empire.
Two food connoisseurs see how many hot dogs they can eat at once, this contestant demands that Ben calls him Ishmael, and three skiers take to the slopes and hit some black diamonds.