Monday, March 30, 2015

Aussie "Family Feud" 10/2

M-U: Dierckxs (Jake, Jess, Matt & Darren) v. Murrays ($  4,040)

R1: What do you think's the most time-saving device of the 21st century?:

#1: (Smart)phone (43)(Jake)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:

Dierckxs:
Jess: Computer- #5 (7)
Matt: Internet- T2 (12)
Darren: Fax machine

Jake: Tablet- XX
Jess: Email- XXX

Christine S: Microwave- #4 (10)

T2: Car (I heard that too)
#6: Washing machine (6)
#7: GPS (5)
BA: Dishwasher (3)

R2: Name something people choose very carefully:

#1:
#2:
#3:

#4: Cars (12)(Ben)
#5: Clothes (11)(Jess)
#6:

#7:
#8:

PASSED

Dierckxs:
Matt: Baby names- #7 (4)
Darren: Homes- #2 (17)
Jake: Partners- #1 (19)
Jess: Jobs- X
Matt: Food- XX
Darren (VB): Friends- XXX


Christine S #2: Engagement rings- #3 (13) 148 (Leftover BAs: Undies & jewellery)

Double: Name something a dentist puts in your mouth:

#1:
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:

#6: Suction (6)(Emily)
#7:
#8:
X- Gauze (Matt)

PASSED AGAIN

Dierckxs:
Darren: Drills- #1 (18)
Jake: Mirrors- #2 (17)
Jess: Fillings- X
Matt: Teeth
Darren: Needles- #5 (7)
Jake: Hands/fingers- #3 (14)
Jess: Caps- XXX

Christine S #3: Mouthwash- X 124

#4: Fluoride (9)
BAs: Lights & wooden sticks (5 apiece)

TRIPLE: What's something people DON'T miss about high school?:

#1: Homework (28)(Rob)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:
#7:

Murrays:
Christine: Teachers- #3 (14)
Ben: Medics
Emily: Uniforms- #6 (5)
Rob: Bullying- #4 (13)
Christine: Friends
Ben: Sport- XXX

Jake S for W: Exams/tests- #2 (16)

#5: Classes (10)
BA: Detention (4)

FM:

1. An ingredient you might find in Mexican food.
2. Something you see in a window ledge.
3. What's the best remedy for a common cold?
4. A fruit you never buy just one of.
5. Something you might see in front of a home.

Darren:
1. Chilli: 35
2. Flowers: 25
3. Cough syrup: 7
4. Grapes: 43
5. Cars: X
T- 110

Jake:
1. Tomatoes: 3
2. Plants: 17
3. Oranges: 4 (Top: Rest/sleep)
4. Oranges: 2
5. Garden: 14
T- 150

Next "Deal" Airdate Schedule

This Wk.: 12/10 (6152), 10/17 (6128), 10/23 (6131- APR. FOOL'S), 10/22 (6130) & 10/18 (6129)
4/6-10: 10/24 (FRATERNITIES VS. SORORITIES), 10/25, 10/29, 10/30 & 10/31
4/13-17: 11/1, 11/12, 11/13, 11/14 & 11/15
4/20-24: 12/15, 11/20, 11/21, 11/22 & 12/3
4/27-5/1: 12/4, 12/5, 12/6, 10/31 & 11/1
5/4-8: 10/15 (6126- 1,001ST EP. CELEBRATION), 12/11, 12/12, 12/13 & 12/16
5/11-15: 11/13, 11/14, 12/3 (6164), 12/4 (6165) & 12/5 (6166)
5/18-22 (SD WK. #3): 11/15 (6159), 11/19 (6160), 11/20 (6161), 11/21 (6162) & 11/22 (6163)

3/30/15 Quick News & Notes

-Today, these '16 convertibles were shown on "live"- maZDa Miata (w/ a base price of $24,915), Audi TT Roadster, Buick Cascada & Alfa Romeo 4C Spyder.
-The Rock & Ronda BOTH appeared on "WrestleMania" last night.
-Happy birthday to THE Peter Marshall, who turns 89 today.
-HLN's "Keywords" will begin tomorrow at 10 PM & air there for five wks.

"The Price is Right" 3/30/15

FF: Wynter Metoyer, Justin Hayden, Marion Cazzola (80) & Sandy Bass
IUFB #1: Jimmy Choos (R in Clam)

WYNTER:   850/JUSTIN: 1100/MARION:   851/SANDY: 1.00

ARP: $1,695- Justin's a fan of tp & he's playing it this morning (partly to commemorate the start of my favorite wk. of the season on "live" today- New York International Auto Show Wk.).

#1: KIA Rio Auto (M)

$13,551
$15,489

G: $15,489

#2: Ford Fusion S (R)

$19,475
$21,980
$23,910

G: $21,980

#3: '15 Hyundai Tucson SE (Std., Hitch, Locks, FAK)(M)

$24,160
$25,606
$27,249
$28,930

FA: $27,249 $24,880

5. Sharie Knight
IUFB #2: SAMSUNG tablet w/ pair of Cambridge speakers (both)

Wynter: 1200/SHARIE:   750/Marion:   625/Sandy: 1K

ARP: $1,398- Wynter plays PaN for an Almost Heaven infrared sauna + a Nautilus treadmill (M).
B: $  798
NA: 5, 6 & 8
G: $8698- OVER BY $2K

6. Michael Pignatelli
IUFB #3: Pair of Canon 12.1mps + trio of Ralph Lauren picture frames (M)

MICHAEL:   350/Sharie:   675/Marion: 1100/Sandy: 1.00

ARP: $975- Sharie plays OWP.

AirKayaks inflatable paddleboard (M): $1218
MacBook Pro + stand (R): $2059
Flexsteel chair/ottoman (R): $3920- W $3093

SCSD #1:
Wynter: 20 + 65 = .85

Justin: 35 + 85
Sharie ($7,345): 55 + 40 = .95

7. Dana Arvanites (birthday princess)
IUFB #4: 6pc Dogared jewelry (ceiling)


Michael:   511/DANA:   475/Marion:   501/Sandy:   600

The man named Sandy was $12 short, sending him to play H-L for a holiday at the Radisson BLU Royal Hotel Bergen (R at #4) worth $12,234.
I: Marie Callender's coconut cream pie, Welch's Sparkling White Grape Juice, Dimetapp, Orbit 3pk, L'OREAL Kids Swim & Sport shampoo & Kraft PHILADELPHIA Whipped

1. M.C.'s CCP
2. Dimetapp: $  8.19
3. L'OREAL Kids: $  4.49- L

8. Kimelia Weathers
IUFB #5: Pair of Fire Sense patio heaters (R at RS)

Michael: 1700/Dana:   700/Marion: 1K/KAMELIA:   600

Michael's $160 off on the bad side, so Marion (last of the FF) plays CoG for a Summerset Outdoor Living island w/ 5pc tools (#2).
G: COMING $6138- W

FINAL PLAYER: Sally Young
FINAL IUFB: 4prs Ray-Bans (R)

Michael:   811/Dana: BUCK/SALLY:   925/Kamelia: 1300

Michael overbid by $91, resulting in Dana playing the RR for ecreamery.com I.C. for a yr., twice-monthly massages for a yr. &/or the Nissan Versa S Plus ($14,815).


Quaker Oats: $3.28
West Bend egg/muffin toaster: $25
Vornado humidifier: $122

R:
O: VERSA
B: MASSAGES
Y: I.C.
P: NTL
G: DL

SCSD #2:
Sandy: .8
Dana ($870): $1K (BS: .9)
Marion ($7,678): 40 + 65

DANA'S ABC SHOWCASE (#2):
L- Apple iPhone6 Plus (R)
R- Trip to Abaco Beach Resort & Boat Harbour Marina (R)
I- Trip to Bubbah-Bar Hotel (M)

BID ON TRIPS SHOWCASE: $19,333 (ARP: $23,379)

SHARIE'S SHOWCASE:
#1- 60" HDTV (M)
#3- Hooligan scooter, Suzuki Boulevard S40 & Kawasaki Ninja 650 (R)

#4- Trip to Riad Kniza (M in front of CR)

BID ON TRIP/VEHICLES SHOWCASE: $21,248 (ARP: $31,572)

EP. RATING: 6

"Let's Make a Deal" 3/30/15

TWWCSN:
David (Ryu): #2- SHARP H.T. ($3,697)
Debbie (cemetery worker dressed as Ace of Spades): #3- IN MODE L.R. ($4,205)
Janette (bucket list): $3K (SB)- zonkrosoft WINDOW COMPUTER

PD

TL: Sharon (pirate)
T (#1): 4n trip to mahekal ($5,696)

"Sleepless in Seattle": '93
"Fargo": '96
"Armageddon": '98

C: ScIOn xB Auto ($18,690)

BAILOUT ("Good Will Hunting": '97)

DFEO: Kimberly (preschool teacher) & Chelsea (musician w/ husband)
Base Prize: SB- Gucci acc. ($2,148)
R1: BB- GE W/D w/ Sienna steam mop/window cleaner ($3,298)
R2: #3- Hobby rm. ($3,219)
FD (SE): NEITHER- Trip to The Verandah

Crystal Ball D: Shania

R1: BAD- YOU MIGHT GET A LITTLE WET
FD: #1- Cal Spa + Margaritaville w/ 10pc turquoise drinkware ($5,670)

R2 FD: BAILOUT (#2)- Houseboat


PD #2

SfC: Steven & LoRae

1. #7: Z
2. #10: $3 $1K
3. #3: $2 $2K
4. #8: $2
5. #1: OTHER $3 $3K
For $5K: #5- LAST $2

BAILOUT (Other Z: #4)

Roberto's FD D: SAMSUNG android tablet- $300 (T: $650)(Gift Bag: Outdoor grilling pkg. from 10/10/14)

BD (Sharon):


SD (#1): Music rm. ($4,269)
MD (#3): 4n trip to Monaco Philadelphia ($5,100) + $1K
BD (#2): Honda Civic & '15 PCX 150 ($3,549)- X


(Note: For the first time in two yrs., they did the reveals of the doors like the old days.)

SOLE AIRED QD (Ruthleen as Yoshi): Remembering Sharon gave up trip to Mexico (T)- W

EP. RATING: 7

Aussie "Family Feud" 10/1

M-U: Meatchems (Amy, Zac, Chelsea & Jesse) v. Murrays 
($  2,560)

VB: Cut R1 Q

R1: Name something the avg. Australian family has at least two of:

#1:
#2:
#3: TVs (14)(Christine)
#4:
#5:
#6:
X- Pets (Amy) 

Murrays:
Ben: Children- TA (39)
Emily: Cars- #2 (35)
Rob: Bicycles- X
Christine: Toilets/bathrooms- BA (3)
Ben: Incomes- XX
Emily: Parents- XXX

Amy S: Computers- OTHER BA (3  94 (#4: Phones- I heard that too)(4)

R2: Name a kids' movie that you always love:

#1: "The Lion King" (16)(Zac)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:


Meatchems (VB):
Chelsea: "Toy Story"- #2 (13)
Jesse: "UP"- X

Amy: "The Little Mermaid"- XX
Zac: "The Jungle Book"- XXX

Christine S: "Frozen"- X 123

#3: "Aladdin" (9)
#4: "Finding Nemo" (8)
T5: "Shrek" & "Bambi" (5 a pop)
BAs: "Mary Poppins" & "Cinderella" (3 a pop)

Double: If you went broke & everything was repossessed, what would you miss the most?:

#1:
#2:
#3:

#4: Cars (9)(Emily)
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8: $$$ (4)(Chelsea)

PASSED

Meatchems:
Jesse: Beds- #3 (12)
Amy: Home- #2 (17)
Zac: Businesses- X

Chelsea: Clothes- BA (4)
Jesse: TVs- #1 (21)
Amy: Appliances- XX
Zac: Jewellery- XXX

Christine S #2: Phones- #5 (9) 152 (#6: Computers/Apple iPads)(5)

TRIPLE: Name an occupation where you need to wear steel-cap boots:

#1:
#2:
Construction (12)(Jesse)
#3:
#4:
#5:
Carpenter (5)(Rob)
#6:

#7:
#8:

PASSED

Murrays:
Christine: Plumber- #3 (10)
Ben: Truck driver- X
Emily: Builder- TA (28)
Rob: Warehouse worker- XX
Christine: Bricklayer- #6 (4)

Amy S to W: Landscaper-

#4: Factory worker (8)

BAs: Concreter & firefighter

FM:

1. A living creature that DOESN'T have legs.
2. Something you see at a theatre.
3. Something you assoc. w/ a seagull.
4. An item of clothing worn by a private school student.
5. Something waterproof.

Ben:
1. Fish: 14
2. Shows: 7
3. Poo: 12
4. Blazer: 46
5. Wetsuit: 2
T- 81

Rob:
1. Snake: 44
2. Cabaret: 5
3. Fish & chips: 18
4. Shorts: L
T- 148

TAs:
2. Movies
3. Beaches
5. Rain clothes

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Next Wk. in GS: Mar. 30-Apr. 5, 2015

-If nothing else, both CBS Daytime shows have some April Fool's Day fun.

-I have this feeling "MONOPOLY Millionaires Club" will have its first millionaire.

-Who will be crowned "Best New Restaurant"?

-"the Voice" wraps up its Knockout Rds.

-"Id!ottest" begins Season 2.

Last Two Player of the Wk. Announcements for Mar. '15

Mar. 16-22: Kristin Sausville
Mar. 23-29: Jordan Wiseley & Sarah Rice- ALSO MAR. '15 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

"Cutthroat Kitchen" 3/29

Dani (LC in Yonkers)
Ryan (SC in ATL)
Tameka Teagle (catering co. owner/EC in Townsend, DE)
Rob (EC who entered the studio as a professional wrestler called "The Mighty Finn"- appropriate because "WrestleMania" is tonight)
J: Antonia

R1: Banh Mi

A #1:
1. Vender yoke- ROB ($18,200)(Ryan)
2. Metal martini glass as mixing/cooking vessel- RYAN ($21,200)(Rob)
3. Pickled bread- ROB ($16,200)(D)

ROB OVERSPENT

R2: Mexican tortilla soup

A #2:
1. Ingredient pinata- TAMEKA ($22,600)
2. Avocados as mixing/cooking vessels- DANI ($18.5K)(T)
3. Tool sombrero- RYAN ($19.5K)(D)

TAMEKA ELIMINATED 2ND

FR: Golette 

A #3:
1. Tennis balls' ingredients shot out of tennis ball machine- RYAN ($12,900)
2. Tennis racket as cooking vessel- DANI ($12,300)

W- Ryan

"All-Star Academy" 3/29

GT #4: The mentors have to use one ingredient from each of the four letters in SAVE in their dishes. The winner will be able to bring the eliminated chef of theirs back in play. Bobby decided to forego this challenge; if he had competed in it & won, he would've had the chance to add an eliminated chef to his team.
GJ: Donatella

Alex: Seared scallops w/ artichokes, endive & vinaigrette
Curtis: Scallop tartare w/ avocado mousse & tomato granita
Michael: Roasted veal w/ sunchoke puree & eel vinaigrette
W- Alex

ET #4: The ingredients used now have to come from each of the letters in STAY.
Angela: Steak w/ tomatillo, ancho & yolk sauces
Joseph: Tuna tartare w/ sriracha sauce & avocado relish
August: Seared sesame tuna w/ apples & yuzu vinaigrette
Sherri: Scallop w/ tomatillo vinaigrette, almonds & yucca
Vanessa: Chili grilled shrimp w/ yam puree
Sharon: Confit egg yolk over creamed cauliflower

W- Sharon
L- Angela

"Guy's Grocery Games" 3/29 (EP. 406)

Joe Jacobsmeyer (priv. chef & former Marine in SAC)
Albert Alvarado (bistro EC in PHI)
Ashley Cook (HC & former grocery store stock girl)
Dave Cuntz (chef & brew pub restaurant co-owner in Durango)
J: Beau, Christy & G

ABC: P
D: Pancetta-wrapped petrale sole w/ potatoes & pea puree
Albert: Pumpkin pie-spiced pork tenderloin w/ sweet potato puree & pomegranate pork jus- C-O
Ashley: Petrale sole w/ parsnip puree & purple potato hash
J: Pumpernickel potato chip pork chop w/ pear gravy

GL: Something that costs $2.99, Gochujang, something pickled & candy
J: Korean chicken mole w/ fried Brussels Sprouts
D: Chicken Asian burrito w/ caramel peanut sauce
A: Cajun-stuffed chicken thigh- C-O

GP: BAR + BEE + CUE (BALL) + (APPLE)SAUCE = BBQ SAUCE- DAVE

CC:
J: Grilled corn beef hash meatloaf w/ chickpea puree
D: Chipotle-rubbed grilled ham steak w/ black bean ragu- W

GSS:
#1: Brazil nuts- $
#2: Root beer BBQ sauce- $
#3: Rose lemonade- $
#4: Pomegranate molasses- $
#5: Anchovy fillets- $
#6: Baby snack w/ apples- $
#7: Ginger syrup- X
#8: Espresso- X

#9: Frozen onion rings
#10: Blue cheese

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/30

M-U: Naylors (Gary, Brett, Jacquie & Suzie) v. Murrays

R1: Name something you might buy from a food van:

#1:
#2:
#3:

#4: Doughnuts (10)(Christine)
#5: I.C. (9)(Gary)
#6:
#7:
#8:


Murrays:
Ben: Tacos- #7 (7)
Emily: Hot dogs- #1 (20)
Rob: Pizza (slices)- X
Christine: Dim sum- XX
Ben: Indian food- XXX

Gary S: (Hot) chips- BA (6)


#2: Burgers (13)
#3: Pies (11)(also said)
T5: Kebab/souvlaki

R2: Water_________:

#1: Fall (39)(Ben)
#2:
#3:
Slide (7)(Brett)
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:

PASSED

Naylors:

Jacquie: Lock(ed)- X
Suzie: Park- BA (3)
Gary: Works- XX
Brett: Bed- XXX

Christine S: Fountain- #4 (4)

#2: Bottle (18)
BAs Left on Board: Gun, fight & sports

Double: Name a style of dance:

#1:
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7: Jazz (5)(Emily)
X- "The Twist" (Jacquie)

PASSED AGAIN

Naylors:
Suzie: Waltz- T5 (6)

Gary: Ballet- #3 (10)
Brett: Rumba- X

Jacquie: Rock 'N Roll
Suzie: Disco- XXX

Christine S #2: Tango- #2 (14) 123

#1: Hip-Hop (22)
#4: Salsa (8)
T5: Ballroom

TRIPLE: VB

Naylors:
Gary: Darts- TA (39)
Brett: (Betting on) horse racing- X

Jacquie: Cards- #3 (9)
Suzie: Drinking games- XX
Gary: Poker- XXX


Christine S to W: Bingo- X 292

#4: Trivia (8)
#5: Beer pong (6)
BA: Two-Up (3)

SD #15: Besides lettuce, something you find in a salad bar.

Christine: Tomatoes- W (72)

FM:


1. Something you might buy a box of when shopping.
2. What's a good activity on a rainy day?
3. Something you buy already-cooked.
4. What part of the newspaper do people read first?
5. A type of accommodation.

Christine:
1. Cereal: 6
2. Video: 3
3. Pasta: X
4. Sports: 18
5. Hotel: 58
T- 85

Emily:
1. Tissues: 28
2. Watching movies: 11
3. Hamburgers: L
4. Entertainment: X
T- 124

TAs:

1. Chocolates
2. Board games
3. Chicken
4. Front page

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/29

M-U: Murrays (Christine, Ben, Emily & Rob) v. Buccheris

R1: Name something that's a lot of trouble to take care of:


#1:
#2:
Kids/babies (32)(Christine)
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
X- Ill people (Sarah)

PASSED


Buccheris:
Emily: Animals- TA (34)
Daniel: Older people- BA (3)
Adrian: Cars- BA (3)
Sarah: Oneself- X
Emily: XX
Daniel: House- XXX

Christine S: Plants- X

#3: Gardens (12)
T4: Partner & hair (5 a pop)

(Note: The scoreboard at the top mistakenly added up the pt. values of the remaining unsaid responses.)

R2: Name something you find in almost every rm. of the house:

#1:
#2:

#3:
#4: Floor coverings (9)(Ben)
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:
X- Chairs (Emily)

Murrays:
Emily: Windows- #2 (17)
Rob: Doors- T4 (9)
Christine: TVs- X
Ben: Lights- #1 (19)
Emily: Walls- T6 (7)
Rob: Ceiling- XX
Christine: Curtains- XXX

Sarah S: Messes- X

#3: Floor (11)
T6: Light switches
BA: Furniture (5)

Double: Name something that's small & green:

#1: Peas (49)(Emily)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:

X- Couples (Daniel)

Murrays:
Rob: Frogs- #2 (24)
Christine: Plants- BA (3)

Ben: Kermit- X
Emily: Grapes- XX
Rob: Brussels Sprouts- #3 (7)
Christine: Alfalfa Sprouts- XXX

Sarah S #2: Leprechauns- X 227 (#4: Broccoli, said by Daniel)(5)


TRIPLE: Name something about you that could be fake:

#1:
#2:
Hair (17)(Adrian)
#3:
#4:
#5:
Laughing (6)(Rob)
#6:

#7:
#8:

Buccheris:
Sarah: Name- X
Emily: Teeth- T6 (4)
Daniel: Nose- XX
Adrian: Tan- XXX


Christine S for W: Boobs- #1 (26

#3: Personality (10)
#4: Smile (8)
T6: Nails
BA: Eyebrows

FM:

1. A physical characteristic of a Queenslander.
2. Something you hide from children.
3. Something you assoc. w/ marshmallows.
4. Something left lying around in a slob's bedroom.
5. Something that fluctuates in price.

Christine:
1. Tanned: 46
2. Xmas presents: 11
3. Cooking 'em: 4
4. Socks: 4
5. Homes: 11
T- 76

Emily:
1. Singlet
2. Knives: 2
3. Toasted: 11
4. Clothes: 41
5. Dollar: 2
T- 132

TAs:
2. Lollies
3. Fire
5. Pictures

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/26

M-U: Buccheris (Sarah, Emily, Daniel & Adrian) v. Englands

R1: Name someone a young child might admire:

#1: Parents (20)(Vesna)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8: Santa (4)(Sarah)

Englands:
Tanya: Superheroes- T4 (10)
Natalie: Grandparents- T4 (10)
Amanda: Police- X
Vesna: Teachers- BA (4)
Tanya: Siblings- XX
Natalie: Easter bunny


Sarah S: Sports stars- #2 (13)

#3: Pop stars/actors (12)
#6: "The Wiggles" (5)

R2: Name a popular tattoo:


#1:
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:

#6: Southern Cross (6)(Emily)

#7:
#8:
X- Dolphin (Tanya)

Buccheris:
Daniel: Tiger (on back)- X
Adrian: Butterfly- T1 (12)
Sarah: Barbed wire- XX

Emily: Chinese symbols- XXX

Vesna S: Rose- X   79

T1: Tribal
#3: Names (7)
T4: Dragon & skull
BAs: Heart & mum (5 a pop)

Double: Name something that's hard to go without for a whole day:

#1:
#2:
Eating (25)(Natalie)
#3: Drinking (22)(Daniel)
#4:
#5:
#6:


Englands:
Amanda: Sleep- X
Vesna: facebook- XX
Tanya: Coffee- WIPEOUT

Sarah S #2: Phones- TOP (35) 243

#4: Breathing (5)
Leftover BAs: Going to toilet & spending $$$ (3 a pop)

TRIPLE: Name something you can tell is old just by looking at it:


#1: People (48)(Amanda)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:

Englands:
Vesna: Cars- T6 (5)
Tanya: Clothes- #2 (9)
Natalie: Dogs- X

Amanda: Homes- T6 (5)
Vesna: Furniture- T3 (8)

Tanya: Flowers- XX
Natalie: Shoes- XXX

Sarah S for Shutout: Food- T3 (8

#5: Books (6)
BA: Trees (3)

FM:

1. What might you loan someone that you WOULDN'T want back once they've used it?
2. Something people sterilize.
3. Something you might buy for your bicycle.
4. Something you eat by the handful.
5. Something that can be overdue.

Adrian:
1. Tissues: 33
2. Needles: 32
3. Tyres: 6
4. Nuts: 26
5. Bills: 35
T- 132

Sarah:
1. T.P.: 2
2. Instruments: 13
3. Wheels: 8
4. Lollies: 8- FMS
T- 163

TAs:
3. Bell
4. Chips

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/25

M-U: Englands (Vesna, Tanya, Natalie & Amanda) v. Jacksons ($  3,580)

R1: Name something you do most often you can do it w/ your eyes closed:

#1:
#2:
Brush teeth (15)(Vesna)
#3: Eat (12)(Michael)
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:

Englands:
Tanya: Tie shoelaces- X
Natalie: Drive- T5 (6)

Amanda: Text- #4 (7)
Vesna: Get dressed- #7 (5)
Tanya: Shower- XX
Natalie: Drink- XXX


Michael S: Sing- X

#1: Sleep (23)
T5: Type
BA: Go to bathroom (4)

R2: When someone tells you a secret & says "Don't tell anyone", who do you tell?:

#1:
#2: Best friends (22)(Tanya)
#3: Mom (6)(Naomi)
#4:
#5:
#6:


Englands:
Natalie: Partner- TOP (53)
Amanda: Workmates- X
Vesna: Neighbors- XX
Tanya: Siblings- T3 (6)

Natalie: Boss- XXX

Michael S #2: Hairdressers- X 132 (BAs: No one & everyone)(4 apiece)

Double: Name something the boss can do that would be unwise if you did it:

#1:
#2:
#3:

#4: Time off/sick day (11)(Nese)
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:

Jacksons:
Carli: Sack people- #5 (8)

Michael: Arrive late- #3 (13)
Naomi: Spend co. $$- #7 (5)
Nese: Use co. supplies- X
Carli: Leave early- #2 (16)

Michael: Give yourself a raise- XX
Naomi: Hire somebody- XXX

Vesna S: Long lunch- #6 (6) 250

#1: Give orders (21)

BA: Drink (4)

TRIPLE: Name one thing you're superstitious about:

#1:
#2:
Black cats (17)(Carli)
#3:
#4:
#5:

#6: Fri. 13th (3)(Amanda)


Jacksons:
Michael: Ladders- TA (36)
Naomi: Umbrellas- X
Nese: Broken mirrors- #5 (4)
Carli: Under-enlightening

Michael: Walking over cracks- XXX

Vesna S for 1st Four-Rd. Shutout W: 13- #3 (7)(#4: Shoes on table)(6)

FM:

1. Something sold by pushy salespeople.
2. Besides a house, something people live in.
3. A place where you find lots of seats.
4. Something you assoc. w/ the Ferris Wheel.
5. Something you might spill on the floor.

Tanya:
1. DVDs: X
2. Caravan: 41
3. Stadium: 35
4. Carnival: 24
5. Water: 29
T- 129

Amanda:
1. Watches: X
2. Flats: 19
3. Cinema: 22
4. Fairy Floss
5. Drinks: 9
T- 179

TAs:
1. Cars
5. Milk

Weekend Quick News & Notes

-Billy's an EP of "MONOPOLY Millionaires Club" & Ron of "Don't Forget the Lyrics!" fame is the director.
-I think you can possibly take home a car on that show if you hit Free Parking in the endgame.
-Dwayne Johnson hosted "SNL" last night.
-Sometimes on CBS/Syn. "Card Sharks", some of the 10-member audience poll members wouldn't be able to appear. 
-The song used during the most recent Nationwide commercial is "Toddler" by Ben Folds. 
-The "LMaD" twitter feed has officially cracked 200K. 
-This season on "Id!ottest", each team will have their separate touchscreen.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/24

M-U: Callaghans (Jo, Trish, Sarah & Ros) v. Jacksons

R1: Name a holiday that families enjoy as much as kids (they weren't talking about Christmas or Valentine's Day or something like that):

#1: Disneyland (28)(Jo)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:

Callaghans:
Trish: Queensland- #4 (6)
Sarah: Beach- #2 (24)
Ros: Theme parks- #3 (10)
Jo: Skiing- BA (3)
Trish: Boating- X
Sarah: Water-skiing- XX

Ros: Overseas- XXX

Michael S: Camping- BA (3)(Last BA: Cruise, which I also heard)

R2: Name something an accident-prone person might use more of than other people:

#1: Band-aids (52)(Naomi)
#2:
#3:
#4:

#5: Walking stick (3)(Trish)
#6:

#7:

Jacksons:
Nese: Bandages- #4 (5)
Carli: Crutches- #2 (17)
Michael: First-aid kits- X
Naomi: Water- XX
Nese: Doctors- XXX


Jo S (VB): Antiseptics- X 151

#3: Helmets (7)
Leftover BAs: Painkillers & hospital

Double: Name an animal that uses sound to communicate:

#1: Whale (22)(Nese)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:

Jacksons:
Carli: Birds- #4 (10)

Michael: Dolphin- #3 (17)
Naomi: Monkeys- #5 (8)
Nese: Lions- X
Carli: Crickets- BA (3)
Michael: Dogs- #2 (21)

Naomi: Cats- THREE-RD. W #3 (5)

FM:

1. A possession women wouldn't leave home without.
2. Something people eat straight out of the jar.
3. A type of board.
4. A mischievous animal.
5. Something you order at a Mexican restaurant.

Nese:
1. Wedding rings: X
2. Peanut butter: 24
3. Surf: 20
4. Dog: 19
5. Margaritas: X
T- 63

Michael:
1. Handbags: 33
2. Honey: X (Top: nutella)
3. Plank: X
4. Monkey: 22
5. Tacos: 42
T- 160

DEBUT: "MONOPOLY Millionaires Club"

Waltriessa Deleon (on behalf of Pawan Kumar)(GA Lottery)(CAT)

Electric Company: There are 10 switches, each of which lights up anywhere from 1-10 bulbs on the board (the first 10 are worth $50 apiece, the next five add $100 to the total, #16's worth a total of $5K, #17-#21 add $5K to the bank, #22 & #23 add $10K & #24 is worth the entire $100K). S/he can stop at any time, because if more than 24 lightbulbs are lit, everything's lost & s/he will be eliminated.

1. #4: FOUR $  200
2. #8: NINE  $  800
3. #3: SIX $  20K
4. #10: THREE $  40K- STOP (#1: TWO)

Cash Register: Charlotte (Centreville, VA)(D.C. Lottery)

There are six lettered keys & s/he will get two picks. Half of the keys will add one zero to the base $1, while the other half will add two zeroes.

1. C: 00 $100 
2. F: 00 $10K

Brock Ehnert (MI Lottery)(DOG)

Ride the Rails: 10 different railroad names are listed & each one will release a certain number of railroad cars other than the caboose. Each revealed car will add money to the money meter & s/he can hit the brake button at any time because if the caboose comes out before that brake button's pressed, all $$$ from that turn will be lost. If after four rds. at least $50K's in the bank, the $100K's won.

1. READING: FIVE   6 $   5K
2. BOSTONIAN: CRASH   3 ($2K per car)
3. SHORT LINE: FOUR 10 $  17K
4. ROCKY MOUNTAIN (since each car's worth $5K here, at least seven will result in a victory): $100K
 
Kendall Baker (MO Lottery)(BOOT)

Block Party: 12 cards are presented by the two MONOPOLY Maidens. Eight have properties (Orange: $1K/Light Blue: $2K/Pink: $3K/Orange: $4K/Red: $5K/Yellow: $6K/Green: $10K/Dark Blue: $20K), three have strikes & there's one Block Party card that will light up BOTH properties on a chosen block. If two strikes are found, the current bank will be cut in 1/2 (& naturally, three strikes will eliminate the player). The $100K can only be won if all eight properties are captured.

1. #5: $2K
2. #3: $3K
3. #6: X
4. #10: B.P. (#4: $10K/#12: $20K) $  35K
5. #1: X $  17.5K- BAILOUT (#8: $4K)

Tom Rodgers (NJ Lottery)(BATTLESHIP)

No Vacancy: Five limos are presented per rd., each of which will have anywhere from one to five passengers to be placed on one of three hotel floors w/ a limit of seven per floor (bottom level's worth $1K a person, middle level's worth $2K a person & top level's worth $3K a person). Filling up all 21 spaces exactly wins the $100K, but overbooking any level will eliminate him/her from this program.

1. GREEN: FOUR- MIDDLE $   8K
2. RED: ONE- MIDDLE $  10K
3. SILVER: FIVE- TOP $  25K
4. YELLOW: FIVE- BOTTOM $  30K (to continue, he has to pick a one or two)- BAILOUT (GREEN: FOUR)

Money Bags: Nicole (TheLot)

Eight lettered bags are shown & Todd (who shoots these mini-games in L.A.) will ask you to pick two (two have $50, two have $100, two have $500 & two have $1K). If both picks have matching dollar amounts, $10K's awarded.

1. A: $500
2. C: $1K = $1.5K

Travis Butler (IA Lottery)(WHEELBARROW)

Advance to Boardwalk: The objective's to roll one die & make it 14 spaces (the first space's worth $1K & each space's worth $1K more than the last) to Boardwalk without re-rolling any numbers. One repeat number's allowed, but the 2nd repeat will eliminate him/her from the show.

1. 3 $  3K
2. 2: $  5K $   8K
3. 3
4. 5: $10K $  18K
5. 3 $BUST

GO FOR A MILLION: Because Brock has the most $$$ out there & is going for it, he'll be giving up his $$$ & his audience section's $$$. Like in the orig. "MONOPOLY" endgame, five rolls of the dice are provided & doubles will award extra rolls (however, on this version, rolling three doubles in a row will send him/her to Jail & result in a bust). Each property has a cash amount behind it & they can stop at any time & split their endgame cash winnings w/ their section. If the $200K's won, they split that amount w/ their section, but if the $1M's won, all of that $$$ is his/hers & their section will share in a certain Audience Jackpot. To stop the rumbling dice table (& likewise the dice), a red button has to be pressed.
AJ: $  200K

1. 4/4 VERMONT AVE. $    3K
2. 3/5 ST. JAMES PLACE $  11K
3. 6/2 ILLINOIS AVE. $  25K (cannot roll a six, even if it's a double)
4. 5/6 SHORT LINE- FIJI (but you can only keep the prize/prizes in addition to the bailout money if you decide to quit)(needs five for the million)
5. 3/3- $200K

EP. RATING: 7

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/23

M-U: Jacksons (Michael, Naomi, Nese & Carli) v. Adamses

VB: Cut R1 Q

R1: Name something people rub for good luck:

#1: Buudha (27)(Michael)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
#8:

Jacksons:
Naomi (VB): Belly- #2 (23)
Nese: Coin/penny- T3 (11)
Carli: Bald head- #6 (5)

Michael: Lucky charm- #5 (8)
Naomi: Rabbit's foot- T3 (11)
Nese: Horseshoe- X
Carli: Genie lamp- #7 (4)
Michael: Hands/palms- CS (3  92

R2: Name something people buy to keep up w/ The Joneses:


#1: Car (52)(Naomi)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:


Jacksons:
Nese: Home- #5 (4)
Carli: Boat- BA (3)

Michael: Clothes- #4 (6)
Naomi: TVs- T2 (12)
Nese: Jewellery- X
Carli: Watches- XX

Michael: Motorbike- XXX

Cheryl S: Holiday- X 169 (T2: Phones)

Double: Name something for which you need strong legs:

#1: Squats/weights (41)(Nese)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:

PASSED

Adamses:

Jake: Running- #2 (27)
Cheryl: Exercise- X
Heather: Cycling- #3 (10)
Leah: Jumping/hurdles- BA (3)
Jake: Working- XX
Cheryl: Climbing- #4 (9)
Heather: Walking/hiking- BA (3)
Leah: Swimming- CS (3) 192

TRIPLE: Name an occupation a mother's daughter would like her partner to have:

#1:
#2:

#3: Tradie/builder (7)(Jake- VB)
#4:
#5:
#6:

X- Handyman (Carli)

Adamses:
Cheryl: Doctor- TOP (50)
Heather: Lawyer- #2 (20)
Leah: Dentist- X
Jake: Gardener- XX

Cheryl: Cop- XXX

Michael S for W: Accountant- #4 (4)(BAs: Corporate & fireman)

FM:


1. A popular gemstone.
2. Something that matures.
3. Something a woman would expect a man to do on a first date.
4. Something you have several of each day.
5. A word that rhymes w/ "hail".

Carli:
1. Ruby: 40
2. People: 24
3. Pay the bills: 46
4. Meals: 12
5. Bail: 16
T- 138

Michael:
1. Opal: 9
2. Wine: 36
3. Hold the door open: 8
4. Thoughts: X (TA: Coffee)
5. Rail: 7 (TA: Mail)
T- 198

Aussie "Family Feud" 9/22

M-U: Adamses (Cheryl, Heather, Leah & Jake) v. Birchs ($11,480)

R1: Name a topic of conversation you avoid at a dinner party:

#1: Politics (39)(Katie)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:


PASSED

Adamses:

Heather (VB): Religion- #2 (16)
Leah: House chores- X
Jake & Cheryl: VB
Heather: Latest operations- XX
Leah: Other's kids- XXX

Katie S: $$$- X (BAs: Gastro & crude talk)

R2: Name a word that describes the feeling of a handshake:

#1: Firm (25)(Denise)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:

PASSED AGAIN

Adamses:
Leah: Strong- #3 (16)
Jake: Manly- X
Cheryl: Sweaty- #3 (13)

Heather: Feminine- XX
Leah: Rough- XXX

Katie S #2: Weak- X 127

#4: Warm (7)
#5: Power (4)
BAs: Aggressive & Dead Fish

Double: Name something people yell at that CAN'T yell back:

#1:
#2:
Animals (27)(Leah)
#3:
#4:
Sport (7)(Jayne)
#5:
#6:


Adamses:
Jake: TV- #1 (32)
Cheryl: Dogs- X
Heather: Babies- XX
Leah: Traffic- BA (5)
Jake: Motor car- OTHER BA (5)
Cheryl: Radio- XXX

Katie S #3: Computers- GOT ALL THE PTS. (9) 170

TRIPLE: Name a gift you might give to a little girl to make her feel grown-up:

#1:
#2:
Handbag/purse (12)(Lisa)
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

#7:
X- Fairy costume (Jake)

PASSED AGAIN

Adamses:
Cheryl: Makeup/lipstick- TA (49)
Heather: (Mobile) phone- X
Leah: Bra- T3 (8)
Jake: High heels- BA (4)
Cheryl: Dress- BA (4)
Heather: Hairdryer- XX
Leah: Nail polish- LAST BA (4)
Jake: Jewellry- WON TITLE (8)

FM:

1. Name a time it's appropriate to give cash as a gift.
2. Something you eat by the handful.
3. A place where you should remove your shoes.
4. A type of bell.
5. A game that's played quietly.

Cheryl:
1. Birthday: 43 (Top: Wedding)
2. Chips: 14 (Top: Nuts)
3. Bed: 7 (Top: Home)
4. Door: 35
5. Cards: 10
T- 109

VB: Jake's Part of Rd.