Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Created by Steven Radosh, the British series Think Tank was a straightforward quiz program, virtually bereft of the "bells and whistles" normally associated with the genre. On each of the series' 52 half-hour episodes, two teams competed for cash prizes by answering general-knowledge questions. The program's title arose from its deployment of an isolation booth, preventing the players from hearing the answers given by their rivals. Think Tank debuted over Britain's Channel 4 in 1995.