Temptation: Today, we have Kristi, Chudney and Nicole. After the first Speed Round...
...Nicole is tempted with some designer sunglasses and some diamond stud earrings, a total value of $1,009 for $10. The final offer is an $8 sale price. Going once...SOLD! Fame Game board:
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Category: On the Map.
1. I was named for a farm in Massachussetts.
2. Native Americans considered me a sacred site.
3. In the 1800s, my land sold for over $4,000.
4. By the 1900s, people were building masons here.
5. My current residents include Tom Cruise and David Beckham.
Chubney rings in...
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...she gets BEVERLY HILLS to take over the lead for now with $35.
Knock Off category: Disneyland Attractions.
Mad Tea Party
Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
King Arthur Carrousel
Peter Pan's Flight
Chip n' Dale Treehouse
Woody's Wild West
Mickey's Magic Carpet Wild Ride
Nicole: Splash Mountain- $5 ($32)
Kristi: Mr. Toad's Wild Ride- $2 ($32)
Chudney: Jungle Cruise- $2 ($37)
Nicole: King Arthur Carousel- $5 ($37)
Kristi: Mad Tea Party- $3 ($35)
Chudney: Star Tours- $5 ($42)
Nicole: Peter Pan's Flight- $3 ($40)
Kristi: Mickey's Magic Carpet Ride
Chudney: Astro Orbiter- $10 ($52)
Nicole: Chip n' Dale's Treehouse- $15 ($55)
With a $3 lead, Nicole is now offered Nike running shoes, an iPod Nano and a $500 gift certificate from Home Bistro, a total of $829 for $11. The final offer is a $7 sale price and a $200 bonus. Going once...going twice...SOLD!
Speed Round #2 dealt with groups of people with members who are either family related or are just friends. After that...
...Nicole gets a chance at $3,500 in today's Instant Ca$h. She goes for it and chooses the red wallet...she's got all the money!
Speed Round #3: After this, our new champion is...
...Nicole! The other two head to the ZONK Clubhouse.
This week in Shopper's Paradise, we have:
$98: Handygirl Organizers visit ($2,000)
$200: Bag, Borrow and Steal membership ($3,300)
$355: Home theatre package ($5,597)
$604: T@B trailer ($18,460)
$825: African Safari ($22,000)
Super Knock Off category: Grammy Award winners.
1. Bill Clinton- $25
2. Eddie Murphy- $25
3. Patrick Stewart- $25
She stops at $75. But she could've gotten another $100 had she gone on with Barack Obama. The $50 answer was Jack Nicholson and the last correct answer was Joaquin Phoenix.
With $152 in her bank account, she'll return tomorrow! So far, she's won $5,538 in cash and prizes.
WWTBAM: First up today is Jessica Cocchiara from Chandler, AZ. She had no job and had a wedding coming up at the time of this taping. More importantly, she had no cash with her. $2,000 question:
If a woman making $50,000 a year receives a 20% pay raise, what's her new annual salary?
She asks the audience and 93% said $60,000. She agrees and is right. Next:
In 2007, Jeremy Piven won a second Emmy for his role as uber-agent Ari Gold on what TV series?
C: "The Sopranos"
D: "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
She calls Jim, who immediately says "Entourage". She agrees and is right. Next, for $8,000:
What month's name is also an adjective meaning "awe-inspiring"?
The 50:50 leaves May and August. She then says August...right to go to $8,000! For $16,000:
In 1780, England's General Cornwallis called what city a "hornet's nest of rebellion"?
A: Charlotte, NC
B: Annapolis, MD
C: Trenton, NJ
D: Richmond, VA (!!!)
She immediately says Charlotte...
A: Charlotte, NC
B: Annapolis, MD
C: Trenton, NJ
D: Richmond, VA
...she's right to go to $16,000! She stops after she's not sure enough of this:
What part of the human eye has no blood vessels?
She would've said cornea and would've gotten to $25,000.
Next is Tom Stigi from Bayside, NY. For $4,000:
What Olympic event requires competitors to lie on a sled and hurtle headfirst down an icy track?
A: Giant slalom
He says giant slalom...
A: Giant slalom
...NO. It was skeleton, so he leaves with $1,000 and a DVD game.
Don Rommel from Pocatello, ID is next. Last question of the day, for $4,000:
The U.S. government issues federal Stafford loans to help borrowers pay for what?
A: Starting a business
B: Medical expenses
C: Buying a home
He asks the audience. 86% said medical expenses while 12% said starting a business. He agrees with the audience on medical expenses and will return tomorrow!
Cash Cab: First up today, trying to get to the Chelsea Hotel, were Tippy and Shawn. They had to survive 41 blocks.
Q1: Inspiring the headline "A Czar is Born", who was Time's 2007 Person of the Year?
Guess: Vladimir Putin- RIGHT ($50)
Q2: In 1995, the city of Jerusalem rejected a replica of what famed statue because of its exposed privates?
Guess: David- RIGHT ($100)
Q3: What tropical fruit contains a sweet, sterile fluid that was used as an emergency IV solution during WWII?
Guess: Papaya- STRIKE ONE (A: Coconut)
Q4: Named for their inventor, the Rings of Hendrick are circular ridges that stablize the flight of what iconic toy?
Guess: Frisbee- RIGHT ($150)
Q1: A bicentennial celebrates the 200th anniversary of something. What anniversary is marked by a semi-centennial?
MOBILE SHOUT-OUT: Tippy called Louise, who said their gut of 50.
Guess: 50- RIGHT ($250)
Q2: In 2007, what East Coast state became the first state in 30 years to abolish the Death Penalty?
Guess: New Jersey- RIGHT ($350)
Q3: Named for a mischevious creature of legend, what AMC sedan was America's first sub-compact car?
Guess: Gremlin- RIGHT ($450)
Q4: Designed to withstand extreme enviroment(s), what rugged Panasonic laptop is popular with the troops in Iraq?
STREET SHOUT-OUT: While in Chelsea, their partner said Toughbook.
Guess: Toughbook- RIGHT ($550)
Q1: Sitting in the permanent collection of Moma, the Aeron is a type of chair from what furniture company?
NO GUESS (A: Herman Miller)
Final question: The sight of the first atomic weapons test, White Sands is a 3,000 square mile U.S. military installation located in what state?
Guess: New Mexico- WIN ($750)
They took their money and ran.
Sheldon tried to get to a spot on 3rd between 44th and 45th. Playing this game on your own is not that good of an idea, but he was one of the lucky few solo players to go all the way, winning $650.
That meant the day's losers were Ned, Megan and Kevin. They couldn't survive a 45-block trip to the library.
WOF: Tonight's contestants are Garry Baines, Jr. from Inglewood, CA (who just graduated from UCLA and is a admissions analyzer for a private university; originally from Pittsburgh), Jillian Coolis from Springhill, KS (who is a full-time registered nurse) and Pam Hancock from Denver (who just got her Master's Degree in social work from the Univ. of Denver).
Tonight's male contestant gets SPANNING THE GLOBE for $1,000 (Jillian totally blew this one with SPANNING THE BIBLE, which is a ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK nominee) and then PAPERBACK WRITER to go to $3,000 (Hancock was incorrect with PAPERBACK WRAPPER).
Round 1 category is Food & Drink and out on the wheel now is a trip to Paris worth $5,400. After Jillian buys the A's, we have...
_ _ E _ _ A/S A _ S A _ E S/_ _/
T _ _ T _ _ _ _ _ S
...she calls an $800 G and buys the U and three O's. I know this now. She calls the N's for another $1,500 and solves VIENNA SAUSAGES ON TOOTHPICKS for $3,900.
(All week long, clips from foreign versions of this show will be shown. Tonight, a clip from the France version is shown!)
Campbell's Soup Jackpot Round category is Before & After. Hancock calls two N's for the Wild Card. At that point, we have...
_ N S _ _ T
S _ R A _
T A N
...I've got it, and I have this bad feeling somebody will mess up the solve. She calls a dud in L. The man calls a $450 C and buys the E, but then calls D for dud. Jillian calls the P for a $1,000 gift certificate from AA.com and solves INSECT SPRAY TAN to win that and go to $4,900.
ActivOn Big Money/Prize Puzzle Round category is Thing. Early on, Jillian hits a Mystery Wedge. She calls two M's and takes $2,000 (the right thing to do, because a Bankrupt was there). She then calls the F for another $300 and the Free Spin. Later on, after she calls two D's for another $1,600, we have...
D E _ A _ T _ _ E
...and she solves ESTIMATED TIME OF DEPARTURE for another $3,400 and a trip to St. Maarten, making her new total $15,700!
WINNING ID FOR TRIP: CI0001276
The man then solves FISH & GAME WARDEN to go to $6,000. Next category is Around the House. Jillian uses her Free Spin after calling a dud, but loses her turn a few turns later after repeating a dud of N. After the man buys the O's, we have...
S O L _ _/_ O O _/_ O _ _ _ _/
T _ _ L _
...he calls two D's for $1,000 and a W for another $500. After buying the I, he calls a $600 C and buys the E's. After he calls the F's, Speed-Up Mode commences and the remaining consonant is worth $1,300. He calls the B and solves SOLID WOOD COFFEE TABLE to finish with $10,250. Hancock gets the $1,000 consolation check and Jillian is our champion with $15,700.
Cars this week are a Toyota 4Runner and a Volvo C70 Convertible. She spins the first zero and the category is Phrase. Starting with:
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I think it's TOUGH TO _____. She calls M, D, C and O and gets...
T O _ _ _
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...she can't get TOUGH TO AVOID, and she's the latest one on the season's $100,000 loser list.
Bingo America: Our first two contestants are Clifford and Christine. Here are the rules. A Bingo ball comes out of the hopper and a question is asked. Each correct answer lights up the letter on that ball and the number on that ball is added to the pot, which starts at $500. The first player to spell out BINGO wins the game. The first player to win two games wins the match, the money in the pot and faces the Bingo Bonus Board for a possible $100,000! If time runs short during any game, each question will have two answer choices given. An incorrect answers gives credit of the question to the other player.
1. (N44)- Before retiring in 2005, what athlete won seven straight Tour de France titles?
CHRISTINE ANSWERS LANCE ARMSTRONG- RIGHT (--N--; $544)
2. (I23)- "The Hunt For Red October" and "Clear and Present Danger" were both written by whom?
CHRISTINE SAYS TOM CLANCY- RIGHT (-IN--; $567)
3. (O61)- During U.S. presidential elections, the first primary is traditionally conducted in what state?
CHRISTINE SAYS IOWA-NO
CLIFFORD SAYS NEW HAMPSHIRE- RIGHT (----O; $628)
4. (B15)- Prince Philip awakens Princess Aurora with a kiss in what Disney classic film?
CHRISTINE GOES WITH "Sleeping Beauty"- RIGHT (BIN--; $643)
5. (N43)- What word is Japanese for "empty orchestra" and is a leisure activity for an aspiring singer?
CLIFFORD SAYS OPERA-NO
DOUBLE STUMPER (A: Karaoke)
6. (G47)- In Atlantic City, it's a good bet for stores to sell salt water what?
CHRISTINE SAYS TAFFY- YOU BET (BING-; $690)
7. (O62)- The infamous St. Valentine's Day Massacre occurred in what city?
CLIFFORD SAYS CHICAGO- RIGHT ($752)
8. (N39)- Computer binary code consists of what two numbers?
CLIFFORD ANSWERS 0 and 1- OF COURSE (--N-O; $791)
9. (B7)- The Thanksgiving dish, The Turducken, is a combination of what three birds?
CHRISTINE SAYS TURKEY, DUCK AND CHICKEN- RIGHT ($798)
10. (I29)- Early helicopter drawings were drawn by what Renaissance artist?
CHRISTINE ANSWERS DA VINCI- RIGHT ($827)
11. (G56)- Patrick Henry said "Give me liberty or give me" what?
CLIFFORD SAYS DEATH- YOU BET (--NGO; $883)
12. (I28)- Who was the creator and host of "The Gong Show"?
CLIFFORD SAYS CHUCK BARRIS- YES INDEED (-INGO; $911)
13. (O68)- Stratus or Cirrus; which cloud floats the highest in the sky?
CLIFFORD SAYS STRATUS- CHRISTINE WINS GAME 1
$979 is in the pot after the first game. GSN viewers, if you made a bingo on your card (s), you could win $50.
1. (N31)- In morse code, ...---... means what three emergency letters?
CLIFFORD SAYS SOS- YES (--N--; $1,010)
2. (N44)- What word meaning smart and fashionable might better be known as a nickname for Victoria Beckham?
CHRISTINE SAYS POSH- RIGHT (--N--; $1,054)
3. (O67)- The first 10 Amendments of the U.S. Constitution make up the what?
CHRISTINE GOES WITH BILL OF RIGHTS- RIGHT (--N-O; $1,121)
4. (G49)- In 2005, what actress started and ended her marriage to Kenny Chesney?
CHRISTINE SAYS RENEE ZELLWEGGER- RIGHT (--NGO; $1,170)
5. (G56)- The word "facts" is short for what other word?
CLIFFORD SAYS FACTUAL- WRONG
DOUBLE STUMPER (A: Facsimile)
6. (B6)- The clash between the Montagues and the Capulets was depicted in what Shakespearean tragedy?
CHRISTINE GOES WITH "Romeo & Juliet"- RIGHT (B-NGO; $1,176)
7. (B11)- What scientist developed his theories of evolution while aboard the H.M.S. Beagle?
CHRISTINE REPLIES WITH CHARLES DARWIN- RIGHT ($1,187)
8. (O66)- The rice dish paella gets its yellow coloring from what golden spice?
CHRISTINE ANSWERS PUMIN- INCORRECT
CLIFFORD SAYS TYME- NO (A: Saffron)
9. (I21)- Your cranium surround and protects what organ?
CHRISTINE SAYS BRAIN- WIN!
That means Christine is our first champion with $1,208!
BBB: There are 75 numbers. Each number has a prize. Whatever is matched first is what the player wins. And for you folks at home, at the bottom of each online Bingo card are two bonus numbers. Should she call both of yours, you win a prize.
1. #13- Mazatlan
2. #8- $2,500
3. #18- $5,000
4. #6- $5,000- WINS $5,000
That means she's going home with $6,208!
My Dad is Better Than Your Dad: Tonight's teams are Team De Benedetto (Roberto and Sophia), Team Walewski (Andre and Cory), Team Trevino (Joseph and Joey) and Team Escalante (Mike and Cameron). This was the first episode taped.
My Dad is Faster: Alphabet Soup is the game. The answer is a fruit or vegetable...and it was EGGPLANT. The standings:
1. Team Trevino
2. Team Escalante
3. Team Di Benedetto
LAST: Team Walewski
My Dad is Faster #2: The bullseye game comes into play. Team Walewski only gets 1:45 this round since they finished last in the first round.
Team Escalante: 190
Team Walewski: 325
Team Trevino: 105
Team Di Benedetto: 145
My Dad is Smarter: Team Escalante and Team Di Benedetto make it to the finals.
My Dad is Braver: It's that famous window-breaking game! Team Di Benedetto scored 3,000...
...while Team Escalante scored just 2,400, so Team Di Benedetto wins!
My Dad Knows Me Better: Roberto only manages one correct answer for $10,000. The last chance to give away the $50,000 is next week.
Deal or No Deal: Our player tonight is Todd Ranck originally from Wilmington, DE. He's a waiter and has been going through about 40 jobs for his dream job. His case of destiny is #17.
1. #24- $5,000
2. #11- $500,000
3. #14- $25,000
4. #1- $5
5. #6- $50
6. #26- $400
FIRST OFFER TURNED DOWN: $40,000
1. #25- $200
2. #4- $750
3. #15- $300,000
4. #2- $500
5. #12- PENNY
SECOND OFFER THROWN IN THE TRASH: $92,000 PLUS FULL TUITION FOR BEAUTY SCHOOL TRAINING
1. #7- $50,000
2. #3- $300
3. #10- $75
4. #8- $10,000
THIRD OFFER TURNED DOWN: $141,000
1. #9- $100,000
2. #16- BUCK
3. #13- $100
FOURTH OFFER TURNED DOWN: $206,000
1. #18- $25
2. #21- $400,000
FIFTH OFFER: $272,000- NO DEAL
Next pick is #23....$200,000, and he's now in the Danger Zone. New offer: $246,000...NO DEAL! Next pick is #19...ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR STRIKE ONE. The next offer he turns down is $139,000. Next pick is #22...$10! That means he can't leave with less than $1,000! New offer: $198,000...
...DEAL! Has he GARFED at all in the end?...
...YES, BECAUSE HE WOULD'VE SWITCHED WITH #5 AND WOULD'VE WON THE $750,000. GARF OF THE CENTURY. Had he continued with #20, he would've knocked out $1,000 and had been given an offer of $454,000.