WWTBAM: Loren Hammonds returns. He's a hip-hop singer from NYC. At the age of 12, he was once on "Star Search" as a contestant in the junior vocalist category! For $8,000:
"Ionization chamber" and "photoelectric" are the two most common types of what household device?
A: Smoke detector
C: Garbage disposal
D: Clothes dryer
He takes a risk by not using a lifeline and saying smoke detector...
A: Smoke detector
C: Garbage disposal
D: Clothes dryer
...right! For $16,000:
What is the one U.S. state that shares its borders with U.S. states whose names all start with a vowel?
I believe that's Wisconsin. But he asks the audience. 66% instead said Washington, 16% said my guess of Wisconsin and 14% said Texas. He then says Washington...
...I'm wrong and he's right for $16,000! For $25K:
Although it's about a failed relationship, what song inspred an urban legend about Phil Collins witnessing a drowning?
B: "One More Night"
C: "Take Me Home"
D: "In the Air Tonight"
While he's a hip-hop fan, he loves to listen to lots of other types of music. As a result, he instantly nails "In the Air Tonight" for $25,000! For 50 grand:
At over 3,000 square miles, the largest lake in Central America is located in what country?
A: Costa Rica
He has no idea, so he calls her sister Donna, who doesn't know either, so he switches this question out. Correct: Nicaragua. He must take this $50K question:
The Danjon Scale of Brightness measures the brightness of what?
B: Automobile headlights
C: Lunar eclipses
D: Paper color
The 50:50 leaves the headlights and lunar eclipses. He says lunar eclipses...
B: Automobile headlights
C: Lunar eclipses
...$50,000! For $100K:
The word "utopia", referring to an ideal or perfect place, comes from the name of a fictional island in a work by whom?
A: Sir Thomas More
B: Daniel Defoe
C: Jonathan Swift
D: John Milton
He's thinking of the movie "Road to Utopia", but that doesn't help him much with this query, so he takes his money and goes home. Answer: More.
Hoping to make it to the next episode is Robert Ryan from Shark River Hills, NJ. He's a police sergeant. For $8K:
Heavy metal icon Rob Zombie directed a 2007 remake of what 1970s horror movie classic?
A: "The Hills Have Eyes"
B: "Dawn of the Dead"
D: "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"
He quickly says "Halloween" for $8,000! Last question of the day, for $16K:
Which of these government officials is often referred to in the press as "Big Ben"?
A: Federal Reserve chairman
B: Director of the CIA
C: White House Press Secretary
D: National Security Advisor
Don't even try saying Ben Bailey as the answer, people. He says Federal Reserve chairman...
A: Federal Reserve chairman
B: Director of the CIA
C: White House Press Secretary
D: National Security Advisor
...he'll be back Tuesday!
TPIR: First players of the week are Kim Goodman, Tammy Cooper, Kevin Cass and Nathan Conyers. The first IUFB is a kayak.
Kim: $998 (STUPID BID)
ARP: $1,020, which means since Goodman went $1 the wrong way on her bid, Cooper will instead play One Wrong Price for a drum set marked at $1,464, a crib marked at $2,369 and a Dale Earnhardt, Jr. pinball machine marked at $3,359. I say the drum set should be more expensive and she says the crib is wrong instead...I don't think so. We were both wrong- the pinball machine was actually $5,995.
Next player is Marlena Meade and the second IUFB is a wine server cart.
ARP: $800, so Cass plays Pathfinder for a Dodge Avenger (Std., Sport, Mouldings, Stereo, Mats, Sound, Conv.). Board:
This playing shouldn't be too difficult. First number is 2. He gets off to a bad start by saying 8 as the second number in the price of the car. He then chooses the chrome faucet, which is either $78 or $106. He says $106...too much. Next is the candy dispenser, which is either $33 or $51. He says $33...correct. He then gets 1 as the second number in the price of the car. He then steps to 8 as the middle number, which is incorrect. He must get the TV price right to keep going. It's either $100 or $126. He says $126...game over. ARP of the car: $21,430. He beat himself today.
Next player is Linnzy Burke and the third IUFB is a pair of surfboards. The winner also gets $40 worth of Gold Bond skin cream.
ARP: $1,000, so Burke will play Coming or Going for a GEM car. If she comes, the price would be $7,995. If she goes, the price would be $5,997. Does she say $7,995...no.
The only male player this half gets to the Showcase, where he's hoping he gets another chance at a car there.
Next player is Juanita Jones and the fourth IUFB is luggage.
ARP: $970, so this Double J will play the season's third playing of Make Your Mark for a punch set, a home gym and an air hockey game. Choices:
My guesses are $925, $1,575 and $2,599, and she agrees with me. Believe it or not, the game only costs $925. The punch set costs $1,575. For $500 and the prizes, the gym is...$2,599!
Next to "Come on Down" is Lynette Burks and the next IUFB is a pair of mountain bikes. The winner also gets $40 worth of Icy Hot PM lotion.
ARP: $795, so the second man called down from the audience today will play Lucky Seven for a Pontiac Vibe (Std., AT, Prots, ALB, Cargo). First number is 1. His second number guess is 7...
$ 1 9, _ _ _
...$2 gone. Middle number guess is 5...
$ 1 9, 5 _ _
...right! Fourth number guess is 4...
$ 1 9, 5 7 _
...he's down to $2. Last number guess is 3...
$ 1 9, 5 7 1
...he just missed it. If only he had gone high enough on the fourth digit.
The last player is Ronald Handley and the final IUFB is a CD collection.
Ronald: $400 (SUICIDE BID)
Marlena: $350 (SUICIDE BID)
ARP: $664, so Goodman is off to the First Four Breakfast Club while Lynette plays Pick a Pair for a dining room worth $6,037. Products today are V8, Alka-Seltzer, AZO, Citracal chocolate bites, trash bags and green tea. First pick is the V8, which is $3.15. She then says the green tea is $3.15...it is!
SSD2: The only loser this half spins 20...and a nickel for a quarter total. JJ spins a nickel...and a quarter for 30 cents total. The big winner so far today spins 15...and 75 to go to the Showcase and probably go for a car!
The first showcase is outdoor-themed, and it contains a BBQ, a spa, and a Hi-Lo trailer. The man bids 30 grand, which doesn't sound too bad of a bid. Lynette goes for a living room, a camcorder and a trip to Portugal. No car here today. Anyway, she bids $16,777.
ARP for her: $20,466, a difference of $3,689. Last three digits of the man's showcase...
$ _ _ , 9 8 1
...the first digit...
$ 3 _ , 9 8 1
...and that important second digit is...
$ 3 8 , 9 8 1
...ouch. That spa cost a ton, apparently. He never would've won- the highest bid he was thinking was $35K. Both Showcase were on Dob-oids today. In any event, he leaves with parting gifts while Lynette wins today with $27,167.
Temptation: Our current champion is Pamela, who has $236 in her bank account after Day 1. So far, she's won $1,150 in prizes. Today, she's facing JC and Allyson. After the first Speed Round...
...Pamela is offered a GPS system and two tickets to anywhere in the continental U.S., a total of $1,536 for $10. After a third ticket is thrown in, she buys. Fame Game board:
_ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Category: TV Host.
1. I've come from Atlanta, GA...
2. ...where I got started as a radio DJ.
Allyson quickly buzzes in...
_ _ A _
_ E _ _ R _ _ _
...she says the "American Idol" host, RYAN SEACREST...by golly, that's right to double up to $30 and the early lead!
Knock Off category: Things that have happened since the talk show "Oprah" made its debut.
Berlin Wall fell
Liquid paper invented
"Got Milk" campaign started
Kristi Yamaguchi won Olympic gold
Donald & Ivana Trump divorced
Hilary Duff born
"We Are the World" recorded
"Dances With Wolves" won Oscar
"Cheers" ended its NBC run
"The Exorcist" premiered
George H.W. Bush elected president
Pamela: Yahoo.com- $2 ($17)
JC: Trumps divorce- $10 ($30)
Allyson: Hilary Duff's birth- $5 ($35)
Pamela: Berlin Wall fell- $5 ($22)
JC: Kristi Yamaguchi won Olympic gold- $5 ($35)
Allyson: "Dances With Wolves" won Oscar- $2 ($37)
Pamela: "Got Milk?"- $2 ($24)
JC: "Cheers" ends- $15 ($50)
Allyson: George H.W. Bush elected president- $2 ($39)
With an $11 lead now, JC could buy a ladies' wristwatch, sunglasses and a selection of Chinese Laundry shoes, a total of $1,195, for $14. The final offer is all that stuff for his current lead. Going once...going twice...NO SALE.
Speed Round #2 dealt with people who peform under their real name or a given stage name. After that...
...JC is given a chance at $500 in Instant Ca$h...and he goes for it. He chooses the brown wallet...no $500. It was in the white one. After the last Speed Round...
...Pamela retains her title! JC leaves with $100 while Allyson goes to the ZONK Clubhouse.
Pamela now has an even three hundred dollars in her bank account. She needs at least $100 from today's Super Knock Off to move up to the jukebox.
The category: The 6 months with the most marriages in 2006, according to a U.S. Department of Health Report.
1. June- $25
2. July- $25
3. May- $25
October had the $100, September had the $50, and the last correct answer was August. She will return tomorrow, when five new prizes will likely come into play at Shopper's Paradise.
WOF: It's Family Style Week from Chicago! We start with part of one of the infamous animated intros from Season 23. Tonight's teams are Rebecca Gengler and Duane Tutai (in the blue; they're a father/daughter team. Rebecca is from Big Rock, IL while Duane is from Addison, IL), Carlos and Ruben Rosado from Chicago (brothers; Ruben is a plumbing contractor while Carlos is a big MMA fan) and Janet and Lisa Bradley from Downersville, IL (mother/daughter; Lisa is a sophomore student from Eastern Illinois University and is a pre-law major there).
Rebecca and Duane get WELCOME-HOME PARTY for $1,000 while the brothers get THE UNTOUCHABLES for $2,000.
Round 1 category is Show Biz and out on the wheel now is a pair of Glacier Park Tour train trips from AmTrak worth $8,289. At the start, the boys call a pair of S's for the Wild Card. A little later, the all-lady team calls a pair of T's for the $1,000 gift tag from Yankee Candle. At that point, we have...
_ _ R _ _ ' S
_ _ _ _ R _ T E
T _ _ _ _ S
...I know this. They next call a $900 N and buy the O's, but call a dud in C while going for the train trips. Rebecca and Duane call a $400 F, a $900 G, and after calling the H's, they solve OPRAH'S FAVORITE THINGS to triple up to $3,000.
V8 Jackpot/Prize Puzzle Round category is What Are You Doing? After Rebecca and Duane call a pair of L's, we have...
S L I _ I N G
_ I N _ A _ _ L _
...they hit Bankrupt. Carlos and Ruben call D for dud, which surprises me, because I thought for sure the first word was SLIDING. The Bradleys also lose a turn with the T. Rebecca and Duane then call three P's for $2,100 and solve SLICING PINEAPPLE to win that amount plus a trip for each to Hawaii, a new total of $14,700.
WINNING ID FOR TRIP: CW9040921
ActivOn Big Money Round category is Same Name. Early on, the Bradleys hit a Mystery Wedge. They call an N and flip...no $10,000 there. Later on, Rebecca and Duane buy the A's and we have...
_ _ A R L _ E/&/_ A _/_ A _/
L E R _ _/_ R _ _ N
...I know it now, but they call a dud in G. The Rosados call a $450 C and buy the I, then call the H for another $900. Next, they call the D's for another two grand, but they then call a dud in M. The Bradleys get Bankrupt. The leaders then hit Lose a Turn. The Rosados then call the B's for the train trips and solve CHARLIE & BAD BAD LEROY BROWN for another $2,800 and the trips, a new total of $13,089!
The leaders then solve ROOFTOP GARDEN to go to $17,700. Speed-Up Round category is Phrase and consonants are worth $1,300 apiece. After they call the E's, we have...
H _ N E _ T _/_ _/THE/
_ E _ T/_ _ _ _ _ _
...they solve HONESTY AND THE BEST POLICY to seal the match with $19,700!
The only pair of cars up for grabs this week are the Buick Enclaves. Rebecca and Duane spin the U and the category is Phrase. Starting with:
_ _ L L E _
_ _ T _
_ _ _
I think it's CALLED WITH YOU, but I'm not sure. They call W, D, F and I and get...
F I L L E D
W I T _
_ _ _
...they have to get the last word...they don't get it, nor did I on my guess of FILLED WITH YOU. It was FILLED WITH JOY and they don't win another $30,000.
Bingo America: Tonight's players are Chris originally from Phoenix, AZ (who studies Botany and Meteorology) and Marissa from L.A. (who works at a research university as a research assistant). Remember, every at-home winner this week will get $100 instead of the usual $50. Score at this point:
8. (I24)- Ramadan is a Holy Period for what religion?
CHRIS SAYS ISLAM- RIGHT (-I-GO; $795)
9. (B7)- In history, what metal age comes after the Bronze Age?
CHRIS SAYS GOLDEN AGE- NO
MARISSA ANSWERS IRON AGE- YES ($802)
10. (B10)- In 2005, whom did Prince Charles marry?
MARISSA GOES WITH CAMILLA PARKER-BOWLES- RIGHT ($812)
11. (B3)- What gas is called "laughing gas"?
MARISSA RINGS IN WITH NITRUS OXIDE- RIGHT AGAIN ($815)
12. (I30)- Cardinal or mockingbird- which type of bird is the official state bird for most U.S. states?
CHRIS SAYS CARDINAL- CORRECT ($845)
13. (B8)- T or F: A ray of light from the Sun takes approximately eight minutes to reach Earth.
CHRIS ANSWERS TRUE- RIGHT AGAIN (BI-GO; $853)
14. (I21)- T or F: Koalas are members of the bear family.
MARISSA GOES WITH FALSE- WIN ($874)
GAME 2 (all week long, this game is sponsored by Ancestry.com):
1. (G47)- Just like Nemo, real clownfish can live unharmed in the stinging tentacles of whhat marine animal?
CHRIS SAYS CORAL- INCORRECT
MARISSA SAYS JELLYFISH- WRONG (A: Anemone)
2. (N33)- When chatting online, LOL stands for what "...out loud"?
CHRIS NAILS LAUGHING (--N--; $907)
3. (B7)- Who sung "Jagged Little Pill"?
CHRIS GETS ALANIS MORRISSETTE (B-N--; $914)
4. (I21)- The war between the houses of Lancaster and York is known by what flower?
MARISSA SAYS ROSE- CORRECT (-I---; $935)
5. (B5)- The king crab is found in the waters of Japan and what U.S. state?
MARISSA GOES WITH ALASKA- RIGHT (BI---; $940)
6. (G50)- An EKG tells you the electrical activity results of what organ?
CHRIS SAYS THE HEARTS- YES INDEED (B-NG-; $990)
7. (I24)- What Internet giant owns the trademark to the term, "I'm feeling lucky"?
MARISSA GUESSES GOOGLE- CORRECT ($1,014)
8. (N41)- According to legend, Greek soldiers left what wooden animal outside Troy?
MARISSA NAILS HORSE (BIN--; $1,055)
9. (O70)- In 2006, what kind of instrument made by Stratovarius was sold at auction for $3.5 million?
CHRIS SAYS VIOLIN- RIGHT (B-NGO; $1,125)
10. (G53)- What sash wraps around the waist and is usually worn with a tuxedo?
MARISSA NAILS CUMBERBUND (BING-; $1,178)
11. (I29)- What Saint is credited for driving the snakes out of Ireland?
MARISSA GOES WITH ST. PATRICK- CORRECT ($1,207)
12. (O63)- Limerick or couplet- which type of poem has five lines in it?
MARISSA ANSWERS LIMERICK- WIN ($1,270)
BBB: She wins $4,500 with #37 and #75, giving her a total of $5,770.
Jeopardy!: Our first three collegians are:
Gabrielle McMahan- Junor from Florida A & M
Meredith Johnson- Senior from University of Minnesota
Brandon Hensley- Sophomore from Cal-Tech University
The Badger mascot comes out with Alex Trebek during the intro. Opening categories:
AROUND THE WORLD
AN HISTORIC OCCASION
PLEASE DON'T SET THE DORM ON FIRE
2 OR 3-LETTER WORDS
To wrap up Around the World, McMahan hits the Daily Double. She and Hensley are tied at $800 while Johnson leads with $1,800. She goes for the tie with this:
The waterway that separates South America from Antarctica is known as this passage, for an explorer who may have navigated it in 1578.
"What is the Straight of Magellan?"...NO. It was the Drake Passage, dropping her to $200 in the hole. But she recovers to be tied again with Hensley, this time at $1,000 apiece, while Johnson still leads with $2,400.
Left on the board after the break: An Historic Occasion, Please Don't Set the Dorm on Fire and the words category. We start the "Please Don't" category with this clue:
Helium is OK, but this gas that filled the Hindenburg isn't; no containers of it in your room.
Johnson goes with "What is Hydrogen?"...right to go to $2,600. Opening clue in the words category:
Exist/unwanted "bonnet" intruder.
Johnson says "What is be/bee?"...up to $2,800 she goes. $400 clue, same category:
Nominative plural of "I"/"Willie Winkie" preceder.
Hensley says "What is we/wee?"...that's right to go to $1,400. Middle clue:
He says "What is or/ore?"...that puts him at two grand. $800 clue:
Gardening tool/interjection following "westward" or "land".
McMahan goes with the obvious, "What is hoe/ho?"...that's right to go to $1,800! Wrapping up that category:
Next to/automatic advance to second round without having to play.
The man says "What is by/bye?"...you bet to take the lead with $3,000! Back to the dorm category and this $400 clue:
Hey Chemistry majors! This alliterative object seen here is not supposed to be used at Harry Moore Hall.
McMahan says "What is a bunsen burner?"...that's $2,200. Middle clue:
No re-creations in your room of this yearly event conceived by Larry Harvey and held many times in Black Rock Desert.
Triple Stumper- Burning Man. $800:
This item seen here is definitely not a university-approved dorm fixture.
McMahan is in with "What is a flame thrower?"...she ties the game at $3,000! Wrapping that topic up:
No oily rag heaps; poor air circulation plus oxidation leads to this two-word term, as Spinal Tap's drummer learned.
Johnson's in this time with "What is spontaneous combustion?"...she now leads with $3,800! First Historic Occasion clue:
This organization was formally born October 24, 1945 with Soviet ratification of the charter.
Johnson says "What is NATO?"...good guess, but incorrect, sending her back to $3,600. The man says "What is the USSR?"...also wrong, so he's down to $2,800. McMahan takes a stab at it with "What is the United Nations?"...she's right to go to $3,200! $400:
It's not Hillary; it's Rebecca Latimer Felton, whom on Nov. 21, 1922, became the first woman to serve in this body.
McMahan responds with "What is the Senate?"...she's tied the game again, this time at $3,600! Middle:
An act passed by Parliament July 2, 1767 allowed duty-free exports of this to America-party!!
Here comes Hensley with "What is tea?"...he's now $200 off the lead! Next:
The April 17, 1922 inoculation of two daughters of the Prince of Wales against this made the practice widely accepted.
Triple Stumper- Smallpox. Final clue this round:
On Jan. 1, 1993, this republic came into being and some of its people sought citizenship in the neighboring Czech Republic.
McMahan says "What is Slovakia?"...she ends the round as the leader with $4,600!
OTHER GREAT LAKES
COUNTRIES IN OTHER WORDS
Early on, McMahan gets the first three English clues to jump to $7,000. Later on, she finds the first Daily Double of the round under the final Countries in Other Words clue. She still leads with $9,800 while the man has $6,600 and the middle lady has $6,000. She wagers $2,000:
Pachyderm dentin seaside land.
She says not much of anything. Correct: What is the Ivory Coast? She's down to $7,800. Movie Directors, Quad Food and Annual Events are left at the halfway mark. Opening director clue:
This "Sicko" director's prescription is to give free health care to every American for life.
Triple Stumper- Michael Moore. $800 clue:
He went from directing the Aaron Burr "Got Milk" to a little film called "Transformers".
Triple Stumper- Michael Bay. We now start Quad Food with this:
This quadrangular Kellogg toaster pastry originally came in four flavors and wasn't frosted.
Johnson is right with "What are Pop Tarts?", taking her to $6,400. $800:
This rectangular, thick-crust pizza is not popular on the Italian island from which it gets its name.
She says "What is Sicilian?"...right again to go to $7,200. Middle clue, same category:
"What would you do" for this ice cream whose name refers to the Canadian area of an 1890s gold rush.
For the lead, the same lady says "What is a Klondike?"...you bet to go to $8,400! Next:
Thomas Jefferson brought this type of "iron" back from Europe and served the treats in the White House.
Triple Stumper- Waffles. Final food clue:
Birdseye invented this product that was orignally sold as "herring savouries".
Johnson says "What is ludaphisk?"...ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE- I DON'T THINK THAT'S EVEN A FOOD! She's out of the lead for now with $6,400. Another Triple Stumper here. Correct: What are fish sticks? Now, to start Annual Events. First up:
The Sony Open golf tournament takes place in January at the Waialae Country Club in this state capital.
The only man on the panel says "What is Honolulu?"...he's at the $7,000 mark! $800:
September was the month chosen for the holiday honoring these relatives because it signified their Autumn years.
Johnson locks in "What are grandparents?"...she's back to $7,200 and second place! Middle clue:
Since becoming a federal holiday in 1983, the holiday honoring him has occurred on his birthday, January 15, only four times.
Here's McMahan now, who says "Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.?"...she adds on to her lead and is now at nine grand! Next:
Symbols of Spring, a lamb shank and an egg are plart of the traditional plate used during this Jewish holiday.
Hensley says "What is Passover?"...$8,600! Final clue in the category...DAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIILLLLLLLYYYY DOUBLE! His wager is $2,400. To get the lead back:
This corporation is the engine behind the first National Train Day, May 10, 2008, remembering the Golden Spike of May 10, 1869.
"What is...Pacific Union?"...NO. Correct: What is AmTrak? Down to $6,200 he goes. Middle movie clue:
After directing "Thank You For Smoking", Jason Reitman didn't suffer from a sophomore jinx with this feature.
Three Triple Stumpers in a row on the movie category. Correct response here: What is "Juno"?
These brothers escaped "The Matrix" and raced to release their new movie "Speed Racer".
Hensley tries it with "Who are the Cohen Brothers?"...NO, sending him back to $4,600. Make that four Triple Stumpers out of four- it was the Wachowski Brothers. Final clue:
His first try at a "King Kong" remake was stopped, as "Mighty Joe Young" and "Godzilla" were being produced.
This category is a WIPEOUT! When's the last time all five clues of a single category proved to be Triple Stumpers? Anyway, it was Peter Jackson.
FJ! category: American Thinkers.
"I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude", he wrote, in a chapter on solitude in an 1854 work.
Hensley wrote down "Who is Thoreau?"...right! He doubles up to $9,200. Johnson's also right and risks $2,001 to beat him by a buck. McMahan...is also right and advances with ten grand!
DOND: First stop on their world tour- the Philippines! Kris Aquino, who also hosts their version of "Wheel of Fortune", joins Howie Mandel at the action! During these special shows, the other countries' theme music, dealers, and sound effects get used! Also, different models are used.
Our first player tonight is Mike Levy. Originally from Baltimore, he now lives just outside of Philadelphia, and he loves to play football. The case he keeps for now is #4.
1. #3- $200
2. #9- $75
3. #19- ONE MILLION DOLLARS
4. #17- $75,000
5. #26- $400,000
6. #7- $5
FIRST OFFER TURNED DOWN: $49,000
Tonight's model contestants are Sasha, Natalie and Lisa.
1. #11- $1,000
2. #23- $300,000
3. #14- $200,000
4. #15- $300
5. #21- $10
SECOND OFFER TURNED DOWN: $38,000
(BTW, there's also a DJ on this version of the show! He plays special cues when the contestant knocks off a very low amount!)
1. #13- $5,000
2. #22- $750
3. #1- $25
4. #6- BUCK
THIRD OFFER: $85,000 (which would set a new record on the Philippines version on the show with 3,596,254 pesos- the top prize on their version is 4 million pesos)- NO DEAL
1. #12- PENNY
2. #25- $50,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
3. #16- $100
FOURTH OFFER: $131,000- NO DEAL
1. #10- $100,000 (STRIKE ONE!)
2. #5- $25,000
FIFTH OFFER: $166,000- NO DEAL
Next pick is #8...$50! New offer: $199,000...NO DEAL! Next selection is #20...$400! New offer: $274,000...
...DEAL! His case had...$750,000, so he committed a GARF OF THE CENTURY. And just imagine would would've happened had he continued on:
#2- $10,000 (Offer: $450,000)
#24- $500 (Final offer: $687,000)
OUCH. The remainder of the playout really hurts!
Our other player tonight is Patrick Hook from Roberts, WS. He's a 4th Grade teacher. He holds on to case #11.
1. #9- $5,000
2. #7- $50,000
3. #19- $5
4. #16- $200
5. #5- $750
6. #6- $75,000
FIRST OFFER TURNED DOWN: $71,000
1. #14- $10,000
2. #2- $100
3. #23- $500
4. #12- $75
5. #15- $400,000
SECOND OFFER TURNED DOWN: $123,000
1. #4- $1,000``
2. #20- $750,000
3. #10- $300
4. #25- $100,000
Before the third offer is revealed, the player is given a challenge. Three dishes are presented, each marked $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. Whatever food is revealed is what he must eat and swallow a bite of. If successful, the dollar amount for that food is added to the new offer. He chooses the $10K food.
$1K- Chicken feet
$5K- Fish heads
What he must eat a piece of...duck embryos!
THIRD OFFER: $139,000- NO DEAL
1. #3- BUCK
2. #17- $25,000
3. #22- $10
FOURTH OFFER: $192,000- NO DEAL
1. #21- $500,000 (DANGER ZONE)
2. #8- $400
FIFTH OFFER: $178,000- NO DEAL
Hook next chooses #13...STRIKE ONE- $300,000. Next offer: $165,000...NO DEAL.
Natalie is tonight's model winner.
He then chooses #18...BIG STRIKE TWO- ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The offer sinks to $54,000...NO DEAL. Next selection is #1...$50! New offer: $71,000...DEAL! But he misses out on the $200,000, so he GARFED as well. Had he gone on with #26, he would've knocked out $25 and likely have taken the final offer of $110,000.