Charlie explains how he narrows down a suspect pool using reverse decision theory. He compares decision theory to a hunter. You can use decision theory to see what animal a hunter is most likely to kill. You can also use the reverse and look at a kill and determine which hunter was most likely to have hunted that animal.
John Nash and his friends are attracted to a blonde woman at a bar, and John applies game theory concepts to determine the best course of action for both him and his friends in order to gain the appeal of a woman.
Two contestants, Steven and Sarah, are competing for a jackpot of £100,150. The show host explains the rules: they have to choose either the split ball or the steal ball. They can either split the jackpot evenly, go home with nothing, or go home with the entire jackpot.