Friday, November 21, 2008

11/21/2008 Results

DOND (Syn.)- Military Week concludes with #2 John Loukota (who is an officer from the U.S. Coast Guard). He swaps out for #5. Remember, this is the last day you can enter the Super Bowl sweepstakes.

ROUND 1:
1. #9 (Pietro)- $25
2. #11 (Mike)- $10
3. #7 (Armon)- $100,000
4. #12 (Dennis)- $7,500
5. #22 (Samuel)- $75,000

OPENING OFFER: $9,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 2:
1. #18 (Wesley)- $300
2. #14 (Paulette)- $50,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
3. #20 (Larance)- PENNY
4. #2 (Jessica)- $1,000
5. #16 (Kyra)- $25,000 (STRIKE ONE)

SECOND OFFER: $17,500- NO DEAL

ROUND 3:
1. #15 (An)- $5
2. #17 (Marcelle)- $500
3. #8 (Tony)- $50
4. #19 (Michael)- BUCK

An all green round!

THIRD OFFER: $31,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 4:
1. #10 (George)- $100
2. #4 (Silvie)- $500,000 (STRIKE TWO; he was ONE OFF the big one!)

FOURTH OFFER: $15,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 5:
1. #21 (Vilmary)- $250,000 (STRIKEOUT)
2. #1 (Luther)- $2,500

FIFTH OFFER: $2,000- NO DEAL

He leaves with $2,800. His case had $5,000. The rest of the cases:

#3 (Rusty)- $10,000 (chosen on 19th pick; offer dropped to $1,000 then)
#6 (Rocky)- $400
#13 (Stephanie)- $200


WOF: Last night's players got hammered by bad luck of all kinds and as a result, we wound up having our lowest-winning champion of the season. Let's see how much better we can do tonight. First Toss-Up category is Living Things:

S T A _ G A Z E R

L I _ I E _

Brad rings in first and gets STARGAZER, but that's it. Unfortunately, we have our second Toss-Up Triple Stumper of the season. It was STARGAZER LILIES.

$5,000 WINNING ID OF THE NIGHT: GH01839

Tonight's players:

Brad Silva (Hilo, HI)- Middle school teacher
Tiffany Cost (Waikoloa, HI)- Stay-at-home mom and recently went to Europe
Ginger Davis (Holualoa, HI)- Certified nurse's assistant/field crew member

Let's see if we can do better with the $2,000 Toss-Up; category is Thing:

P I _ _ _ C

T A _ _ _

Brad solves PICNIC TABLE for $2,000. After a $6,000 trip to Lake Tahoe is made available, the Round 1 category is Show Biz; it's also tonight's Prize Puzzle. Brad immediately picks up the trip with three T's. After he later buys the O's and the I's, we have...

_ I R A T E _/O _/THE/_ A R I _ _ E A N/

_ O _ I E/T R I _ O _ _

...all the vowels are gone. He then calls an L for a $1,000 gift tag from Hilo Hattier and solves PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN MOVIE TRILOGY for another $2,400, the gift tag, the Lake Tahoe trip and a trip to the Caribbean, for a new total of $18,228 in cash and prizes.

PERFECT ROUND

WINNING ID FOR TRIP: FM01636

Eggland's Best Jackpot Round category is Event. After Tiffany buys the I's, we have...

THE/I R _ N _ _ N/_ _ R _ _/

_ H _ _ _ I _ N S H I _

...this is an Hawaiian event. She calls a $400 D, buys the A's, calls a $400 C and buys the O's to clean out the vowels. She then calls a pair of P's for another $7,000 and solves THE IRONMAN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP for $8,850.

LOTs: 1 (Brad)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Tiffany, Ginger)

GSN.com Mystery Round category is Phrase. Ginger starts off by calling a pair of R's for $7,000. Later, when Brad buys the O's, we have...

_ _ R _ _ _ T

_ _ R _ I N G

_ O N _ I T I O N _

...he calls a pair of S's for another $1,800, a pair of C's for another $1,800 and then buys the E's up top; he then buys the last remaining vowel of U. He then solves PERFECT SURFING CONDITIONS for another $3,500 and $21,728 total.

(I would've missed this one saying PERFECT WORKING CONDITIONS.)

DUDS: A

$3,000 Toss-Up category is Occupation:

_ N _ E _ _ _ _ N T

_ A N K _ R

Tiffany solves INVESTMENT BANKER to go to $11,850. Speed-Up Round category is On the Map and consonants are worth $1,500 apiece. After Brad calls the R...

T H _/_ _ _ T _ _ _ _ T/_ _/

_ _ _ T R _ _ _ _

...no guess. Tiffany calls the L but can't solve for $7,500 more. Ginger calls the N's but can't solve to get off the zero mark. Brad calls the S and solves THE CONTINENT OF AUSTRALIA to seal the match victory at $24,728! Tifffany leaves with $11,850 and Ginger gets the $1,000 consolation.

So far, $37,578 in cash and stuff has been given away tonight.

Big Money Round: Brad spins the N in SPIN and the category is Phrase. Starting with:

_ _/T _ E/_ _ _

I think I know already. He calls B, G, C and I and gets...

B _/T _ E/_ _ _

...BY THE WAY, I was right all along but he can't get the last word, so he's the second player to lose the Beamer. The Y's would've won him the convertible.

Jeopardy!: The opening categories for the deciding game of this season's Teen Tournament:

LETTERS TO CONGRESSPEOPLE?
WHEN THEY WERE TEENS
THE NET WORKS
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
BODIES OF WATER
GOOD APPLICATION ESSAY WORDS

ANURAG BEGINS WITH $200 BODIES OF WATER CLUE:

The Gulf of Taranto lies between the "heel" and the rest of the "foot" of this country.

Anurag: "What is Italy?"- YES INDEED ($200); $400 BODIES OF WATER CLUE

This river's source lies in the plateau of Langres about 18 miles northwest of Dijon.

Audrey: "What is the Seine?"- CORRECT ($400); $200 LETTERS CLUE

Dear Rep. Udall: You represent New Mexico- wasn't your uncle Mo a Congressman for this "Grand Canyon State"?

Anurag: "What is Arizona?"- CORRECT ($400); $600 BODIES OF WATER CLUE

The Thames & Rhine are among the many rivers emptying into this sea.

Anurag: "What is the North Sea?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,000); $800, SAME CATEGORY

This Asian "sea" is actually a lake that's more than 4 1/2 times larger than Lake Superior.

Anurag: "What is the Caspian?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,800); FINAL BODIES OF WATER CLUE

Seaports on this bay include Chittagong, Bangladesh and Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.

Bradley: "What is the Bay of Biscay?"- INCORRECT (-$1,000)
Anurag: "What is the Bay of Bengal?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($2,800); $200 WHEN THEY WERE TEENS CLUE

Her cheerleading days at Calhoun High included many a "Freaky Friday".

Audrey: "Who is Lindsay Lohan?"- YOU BET ($600); $400 TEENS CLUE

It's all been uphill for this "Grey's Anatomy" hunk since he was a downhill skiing champ in high school.

Audrey: "Who is (Patrick) Dempsey?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,000); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

Russell Crowe spent most of his childhood in Australia but moved back to this country of his birth at age 14.

TRIPLE STUMPER #1: New Zealand

$800, SAME CATEGORY

In 1982 this future law of "Law & Order: SVU" was Miss Beverly Hills.

Audrey: "Who is Hargitay?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,800); LAST TEENS CLUE

As a young scamp, he was expelled from the school he attended with his brother Luke and sent to a military academy.

Audrey: "Who is Owen Wilson?"- TIED FOR THE LEAD ($2,800); $400 LETTERS CLUE

Dear this Senator: Sorry about '04's failed presidential run; love to Teresa.

Anurag: "Who is (John) Kerry?"- RIGHT ($3,200); MIDDLE LETTERS CLUE

Dear this Republican: You were once a Senator's receptionist. Now you're House Speaker; you go, girl!

Anurag: "Who is Pelosi?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($3,800); $800, SAME CATEGORY

Dear this House Minority Leader: How often do you say your surname begins with a "bay" sound, not "Bo"? Signed, curious.

TRIPLE STUMPER #2: John Boehner

LAST LETTERS CLUE

Dear this Senator: Guess your Democratic & Republican foes in '06 couldn't stop your Joe-mentum.

Bradley: "Who is Biden?"- WRONG AGAIN (-$2,000)
Audrey: "Who is Liberman?"- CORRECT TO TIE AGAIN HEADING INTO FIRST BREAK($3,800); $200 ESSAY WORDS CLUE

Say that you're this, but not that you're this overzealous type of beaver.

Anurag: "What is eager?"- CORRECT ($4,000); $400, SAME CATEGORY

You're this adjective, found before "writing" in programs at many schools, like at Princeton since 1939.

Bradley: "What is creative?"- CORRECT (-$1,600); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC

You're a person of this, which can mean either "trustworthiness" or "a duty or burden".

TRIPLE STUMPER #3: Responsibility

$800 WORDS CLUE

Wanted: Candidates whose interests are this seven-letter word, i.e., made up of various elements.

Anurag: "What is diverse?"- CORRECT ($4,800); FINAL CLUE IN ESSAY WORDS

They like to hear about this firmness of purpose, from the Latin for "to set a boundary".

TRIPLE STUMPER #4: Determination

$200 NET WORKS CLUE

The first friend you'll get when you join this site is Tom Anderson, the creator.

Audrey: "What is MySpace?"- OF COURSE ($4,000); $400, SAME CATEGORY

This site, launced in 2005, allows you to upload files up to 1 gigabyte in size and ten minutes in length.

Bradley: "What is YouTube?"- CORRECT (-$1,200); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT

For some strange reason, this company's Live.com site has system requirements that don't include Macs or Firefox.

Bradley: "What is Microsoft?"- RIGHT AGAIN (-$600); $800, SAME CATEGORY

In its first two months, this site was available for students at only four colleges, including Harvard.

Anurag: "What is Facebook?"- RIGHT ($5,600); LAST NET WORKS CLUE

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLYYY DOUBLE! His wager is $900.

This search site was named by its creators from a dictionary definition: "Rude, unsophisticated, uncouth".

"What is Yahoo?"...he'll be saying that if he hangs on to win this thing tonight, but right now he's correct on this clue to go to $6,500!

FINAL CATEGORY OF FOOD FOR THOUGHT BEGINS WITH THIS $200 CLUE:

The baking company called this Farm takes its name from a horse farm owned by its founders.

Anurag: "What is Pepperidge?"- YOU BET ($6,700)

$400:

This nationwide restaurant chain began in 1965 with just one restaurant called "Pete's Super Submarines".

Anurag: "What is Subway?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($7,100)

$600:

The two basic adjectives for pie crust are crumbly and this.

TRIPLE STUMPER #5: Flaky

$800:

All hail this type of salad made with romaine lettuce, croutons and anchovies.

Anurag: "What is a Caesar Salad?"- RIGHT ($7,900)

LAST CLUE IN FIRST ROUND:

Buzzbee is the advertising mascot for this variety of Cheerios.

Anurag: "What are Honey Nut Cheerios?"- RIGHT ONCE MORE ($8,900)

ROUND 1 LACH TRASH: $3,600

SCORES AFTER OPENING ROUND:

Anurag: $8,900
Bradley: -$600
Audrey: $4,000

DJ! Categories:

"National Geographic Channel: Herod's Lost Tomb"
RECENT MOVIES
POETS & POETRY

SOUNDS LIKE FUN
U.S. BUILDINGS
TEEN-LETTER WORDS (each correct word will range anywhere from 13-19 letters long)

BRADLEY BEGINS WITH $400 HEROD'S LOST TOMB CLUE

2007 brought news of the identification of the Lost Tomb in the Judean Desert in this present country where he once ruled.

Anurag: "What is Israel?"- RIGHT ($9,300); $400 POETS & POETRY CLUE

Part I of Longfellow's "Song of" this man is entitled "The Peace-Pipe".

Bradley: "What is Myself?"- INCORRECT (-$1,000)
Audrey: "What is Solomon?"- ALSO INCORRECT ($3,600)

TRIPLE STUMPER #6: Hiawatha

$800 POETS & POETRY CLUE

DAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLYYY DOUBLE #1! His wager is $1,700.

Shelley wrote, "Chameleons feed on light and air; poet's food is" this emotion "...and fame".

"What is happiness?"...incorrect. It was love, so he drops to $7,600.

MIDDLE POETS & POETRY CLUE

In 1814, seeing a lady in mourning in a spangled dress, this Lord wrote, "She walks in beauty, like the night".

Anurag: "Who was Byron?"- CORRECT ($8,800); $1,600, SAME CATEGORY

Poet who wrote, "I think we are in Rats' Alley where the dead men lost their bones" (sure sounds like a "waste land").

Bradley: "Who is Eliot?"- RIGHT TO GET OUT OF THE HOLE ($600); LAST CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

His 1847 poem "Ulalulme" mentions "the ghoul-hanted woodland of Weir" (he really liked ghoulish stuff).

Anurag: "Who was Poe?"- RIGHT ($10,800); FIRST CLUE IN U.S. BUILDINGS

The Alaska Building was the first modern skyscraper in this city in Washington, not Alaska.

Anurag: "What is Seattle?"- CORRECT AGAIN ($11,200); $800 U.S. BUILDINGS CLUE

There's no mistake shaping this unique building seen here.

Bradley: "What is the Pentagon?"- YOU BET ($1,400); $800 HEROD'S LOST TOMB CLUE

The Bible tells us Herod was troubled by the news of this great event and was soon dead in 4 B.C.

Bradley: "What is the Birth of Jesus?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($2,200); $1,200, SAME TOPIC

Herod's Harbor at Caesarea didn't last long, apparently destroyed by one of these mighty waves.

Anurag: "What is a tidal wave?"- RIGHT ($12,400); $1,200 U.S. BUILDINGS CLUE

The palace of the governors in this New Mexico city is the USA's oldest continuously occupied building.

Anurag: "What is Santa Fe?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($13,600); $1,600 U.S. BUILDINGS CLUE

DAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLYYY DOUBLE #2! He found all the DDs tonight! His last DD wager tonight is $1,900.

The Johnson Wax headquarters, designed by this late American, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

"Who is Frank Lloyd Wright?"...good to go to $15,500!

FINAL U.S. BUILDINGS CLUE

Named for an automaker, this Art Deco skyscraper in NYC opened in 1930.

Audrey: "What is Chrysler?"- CORRECT ($5,600); $400 RECENT MOVIES CLUE

A mad scientist's hunchbacked assistant longs to create his own monster in this 2008 animated comedy.

Audrey: "Who is Igor?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($6,000); $800 RECENT MOVIES CLUE

After being dead for seven minutes, Ricky Gervais sees and hears dead people in this 2008 comedy.

Audrey: "What is Ghosttown?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($6,800); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

This animated "Star Wars" chapter swept through the galaxy in Summer 2008.

Bradley: "What is Clone Wars?"- CORRECT ($3,400); $1,600 HEROD'S LOST TOMB

To gain lost people's respect, Herod rebuilt the Temple of Jerusalem including this sacred site that's still there.

Audrey: "What is the Holy of Holies?"- NO ($5,200)
Bradley: "What is the Western Wal?"- RIGHT ($5,000); FINAL CLUE IN HEROD'S LOST TOMB

Evidence suggests a red one of these stone coffins presume Herod's was smashed by rebels who hated Herod's legacy.

Anurag: "What is a sarcophagus?"- RIGHT ($17,500); $400 TEEN-LETTER WORDS CLUE

Examples of these include cygnus, centaraus & cepheus.

Bradley: "What are constellations?"- CORRECT ($5,400); $800 TEEN-LETTER WORDS CLUE

"U" know this term that refers specifically to a junior or senior in college.

Audrey: "What is upperclassman?"- CORRECT ($6,000); $1,600 RECENT MOVIES CLUE

Michael Cera & Kat Dennings are the title pair in "Nick and Norah's Infinite" this.

Anurag: "What is the Playlist?"- RIGHT ($19,100); $1,200 TEEN-LETTER WORDS CLUE

It's the "VC" in "VCR"; are you even old enough to remember it?

Anurag: "What is a videocassette?"- YOU BET ($20,300); $1,600, SAME CATEGORY

This type of "conduct" will cost you 15 yards on a football field.

Anurag: "What is unsportsmanlike?"- OF COURSE IT IS ($21,900); LAST CLUE IN TEEN-LETTER WORDS

It describes an "objector" who refuses on moral grounds to serve in the Army.

Bradley: "What is conscientious?"- RIGHT ($7,400); $400 SOUNDS LIKE FUN CLUE

You might need "B-4" to get five in a row and collect the jackpot in this game.

Bradley: "What is Bingo?"- YOU BET ($7,800); $800 FUN CLUE TOLD BY KELLIE

In Origami, fold a piece of paper in half from the bottom and you have a valley fold; turn it over and you have this opposite fold.

Anurag: "What is a mountain fold?"- YES ($22,700); $1,200 FUN CLUE

Throw your weight around practicing this martial art whose name means "gentle way".

Bradley: "What is judo?"- CORRECT ($9,000); $1,600, SAME CATEGORY

It's a kite-like, delta-winged, aluminum alloy-framed, one-man soaring device.

Anurag: "What is a hang glider?"- RIGHT ($24,300); LAST FUN CLUE

It's the sport of firing at clay pigeons; pull!

TRIPLE STUMPER #7: Skeet/crap shooting

FINAL CLUE OF THE ROUND IN RECENT MOVIES:

In "Babylon A.D.", he stars as a mercenary hired to deliver a package, which turns out to be a young woman.

TRIPLE STUMPER #8: Vin Diesel

LACH TRASH IN DJ!: $4,400

SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:

Anurag: $24,300 (not quite a lock title)
Bradley: $9,000
Audrey: $6,000

CORYAT SCORES:

Anurag: $22,800
Bradley: $9,000
Audrey: $6,000

FJ! CATEGORY: Greek Mythology.

King Salmoneus dragged bronze kettles behind his chariot to imitate this; Zeus killed him.

Let's remind everyone of the Day 1 scores:

Anurag: $35,000
Bradley: $26,600
Audrey: $15,200

AUDREY:
Response: "What is thunder?"
Wager: $5,200
Final two-day total: $26,400

Bradley Silverman...is also right to double up to $18,000 tonight! He will be taking home a nice $44,600 payday unless Anurag Kashap did something incredibly stupid...













...he wrote down "What is the sound of thunder?", BUT IT'S ACCEPTED TO WIN HIM $75,000!!! For the record, he didn't wager anything, so his winning score was $59,300.

(The tournament jackpot win graphic is now in a different font, but is still silver.)

Bingo America: Tonight, you at-home players have a chance to not only win $50, but a $50 turkey certificate as well since next week's Thanksgiving! On Episode 2057, tonight's players are Anne & Michael. At halftime in Game 1:

ANNE: -IN-O
MICHAEL: BIN--
BANK: $781

9 (G53)- Named for "Swedish gloves", what soft, brush leather was was made into Elvis' blue shoes?
ANNE: Suede- YOU BET (-INGO; $834)
10 (G46)- The 2008 Summer Olympics were the first to include races with rough terrain bikes known by what initials?
ANNE: BMX- RIGHT AGAIN ($880)

50/50 MODE:
11 (O72)- T or F: A ten-gallon cowboy hat can't really hold ten gallons of water.
MICHAEL: True- CORRECT (BIN-O; $952)
12 (G49)- Killer or humpback- which kind of whales communicate using intricate tunes?
ANNE: Humpback- CORRECT ($1,001)
13 (B4)- T or F: Bo Didley popularized a dance called the Didley Squat.
MICHAEL: False- RIGHT ($1,005)
14 (B2)- Which place was reached by explorers first- North Pole or South Pole?
ANNE: North Pole- WIN ($1,007)

EARLIER NUMBERS CALLED: N45, B12, B3, N34, O74, I25, O64, I24

The third question of Game 2 was tonight's Wild Card Question:

In 1588, what country launched a massive armada in an attempt to invade England?

Anne was right with Spain to mark off her G, leaving her one I and O away from a chance at $100,000. Heading into 50/50, here's the score in Game 2 right now:

ANNE: B-NG-
MICHAEL: -I-GO
BANK: $1,405

10 (N37)- Boom Boom or Bam Bam- who was Barney Rubble's son?
ANNE: Bam Bam- RIGHT ($1,442)
11 (I24)- Atlantic or Pacific- Aretha Franklin and The Rolling Stones worked for which record company?
MICHAEL: Atlantic- CORRECT ($1,466)
12 (B2)- T or F: Tabby and Seal Point are types of cat coloration.
MICHAEL: True- RIGHT AGAIN (BI-GO; $1,468)
13 (N45)- Orange or bell pepper- which has more Vitamin C?
ANNE: Bell pepper- CORRECT ($1,513)
14 (O70)- Brain or liver- which body part includes the cerebellum?
ANNE: Brain- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,583)
15 (N33)- T or F: The White House holds a traditional Easter Egg rural for children.
MICHAEL: True- WIN ($1,616)

PREVIOUS NUMBERS CALLED: B8, N44, O67, O73, G56, B7, I17, I26

BINGO SHOOTOUT:
1. What B weather condition is a strong, driving snowstorm with heavy winds and intense cold (and is also the name of a dessert at Dairy Queen)?
ANNE: Blizzard- RIGHT
2. With a last name beginning in I, what punk rocker recorded the '80s hit "White Wedding"?
ANNE: Billy Idol- RIGHT AGAIN
3. What N actor played Eddie Murphy's partner in "48 Hrs."?
MICHAEL: Nick Nolte- CORRECT
4. What G is a pair of protective spectacles used for swimming?
ANNE: Goggles- WINS $1,616

Bingo Bonus Round:

B: #13- $1,000
I: #24- $1,500 ($2,500)
N: #35- $2,000 ($4,500)
G: #55- LOSS

DOND (NBC): It's Part 1 of this year's Thanksgiving spectacular! And at least for tonight's game, the regular cases are replaced by turkey trays! First up is Jimmy Dolan from Fort Collins, CO (who is a family man and a restaurant manager). He wants to win a lot of money so he can start a college fund for his children and buy a pair of cars. His case of destiny is #23.

ROUND 1:
1. #14- PENNY
2. #21- $1,000
3. #19- $400,000
4. #5- BUCK
5. #10- $100
6. #12- $25

FIRST OFFER: $115,000- NO DEAL

Tonight's Beat the Banker at home game is worth $20,000.

MODEL EATING COMPETITION #1: Eating turkey legs. #7 Sara won and was crowned Miss Turkey Leg.

ROUND 2:
1. #13- $200,000
2. #22- $75,000
3. #26- $25,000
4. #16- $500
5. #6- $10,000

SECOND OFFER: $171,000- NO DEAL

MODEL EATING COMPETITION #2: The models this time had to eat bowls of stuffing. Miss Stuffing was #4 Keltie.

ROUND 3:
1. #11- $200
2. #20- $50,000
3. #25- $75
4. #15- $300,000

MODEL EATING COMPETITION #3: On the plates this time for the models were sweet potatoes. The Miss Sweet Potato title went to #11 Katie.

THIRD OFFER: $222,000- NO DEAL

(For the rest of this game, each friend/family member of his gets to stand next to each of the models/trays.)

ROUND 4:
1. #4- TWO MILLION DOLLARS (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
2. #3- $10
3. #2- $5,000

FOURTH OFFER: $89,000- NO DEAL

LAST MODEL EATING COMPETITION: The pumpkin pies wrapped things up here. Miss Pumpkin Pie turned out to be #20 Alike.

ROUND 5:
1. #9- $400
2. #1- ONE MILLION DOLLARS (STRIKE ONE)

TONIGHT'S BEAT THE BANKER WINNING CASE: #1

FIFTH OFFER: $63,000- DEAL

Let's see what would've happened had he gone to one case at a time:

21st PICK: #7- $50
SIXTH OFFER: $109,000

22nd PICK: #18- $300
SEVENTH OFFER: $159,000

23rd PICK: #17- $500,000

His case had...$750, so he made a good deal! Rest of the cases:

#8- $5
#24- $100,000

Part 2 is on Thanksgiving Eve at 9 PM EST.

Don't Forget the Lyrics!: As you know, we have a special contestant with us tonight- Anne Jensen from Mission Viejo, CA was born with unilateral Microtia and she wants to win a ton of money so she can get her long overdue surgery. Her target tonight is $100,000, but she would love to win a lot more than that. Possibly helping her tonight are her boyfriend Adam and her brother Mike. Here are the categories:

INSPIRATIONAL SONGS
ROCK
DISCO

HALL & OATES
SOUTHERN ROCK
R & B
POP
1960s
PARTY SONGS

Her opening category is Pop. The first pair of song choices are "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel and "You're My Best Friend" by Queen. Her pick is "The Longest Time" and her first target consists of five words:

(Note: Starting with this episode, the lyrics that appear on the gameboard are in a different text.)

"That hasn't ______ __ __ _____ ___"

She's right with "...happened for the longest time". Category #2 for her is Southern Rock; choices now are "Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" by the Charlie Daniels Band. She tries "The Devil Went Down the Georgia" and she only needs to fill in three blanks this time:

"But if you lose the Devil ____ ___ ___"

Originally, she sings "...takes your soul", but she changes the first word to "...gets your soul". To make sure, she uses her two words backup on the first and third missing words, which are already correct. She then locks in "...gets your soul" for $5,000.

Her third topic is Inspirational Songs. "New Attitude" by Patti LaBelle returns, along with "I'm Coming Out" by Diana Ross. She chooses "I'm Coming Out" and again must fill in three:

"I want the world to know, got to __ __ ___"

She's right with "...let it show". To reach the safe haven, her fourth category is Rock. This time, the choices are "Keep Your Hands To Yourself" by the Georgia Satellites and "Touch Me" by The Doors. She chooses "Touch Me" and already is dealt an eight-word deficit. They follow after "I'm gonna love you 'til the stars". Her response is "...fall from the sky for you and I" and she locks that in...that's $25,000; she's two correct responses away from her goal.

Fifth, she will try either "She's Gone" or "Out of Touch" by Hall & Oates. Her selection is "Out of Touch" and she must fill in six blanks this time:

"But I'm out of __ ___ ___ ___ __ _____"

She locks in "...my head when you're not around"...and is now one step away from the magic number!

Topic #6 for this lady is the 1960s. Two songs from that decade are "Good Vibrations" by The Beach Boys and "Shop Around" by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles. Her choice is "Shop Around" and she's got ten words that she needs to come up with. They follow after "For her hand now". She sings "My mama told me you better shop around", but that's not enough words. She then calls on her boyfriend for assistance, and her new guess turns out to be "My mama told me son, boy, you better shop around". But she's still unsure, so she goes for the multiple choice:

A: "You stay single for as long as you can now"
B: "Keep your freedom for as long as you can now"
C: "Don't get married for as long as you can now"

Let's not have somebody blow it on a multiple choice like last week. She locks in B...she's reached her $100,000 target! Also, no matter what happens the rest of the game, she's already won a pair of diamond earrings.

But she could double that if she knows one of these two Party Songs- "Super Freak" by the late Rick James and "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" by Leo Sayer. She selects "Super Freak" and again must fill in ten. They follow after "She says that I'm her all-time favorite when I". She then lets out of her mouth "...make my move to her room, it's the right time" and goes for it...


"...make my move to her room, it's the right time"

...she's now won twice her goal!

R & B is her category worth $350,000. The choices this time are "I Can't Get Next To You" by The Temptations and "We're In This Love Together" by Al Jarreau. She decides on "I Can't Get Next To You" and she must fill in nine words this time. The words she needs to follow up are from the end line of the chorus, "I can't get next to you". She does nothing but repeat the same line with an added "Babe", so she decides to quit at $200,000, which should buy her more things in addition to her surgery! Correct: "I can fly like a bird in the sky".

(Note: A day before this episode aired, her apperance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" spoiled the outcome of the episode!)

Video Bonus: Great ending to "Millionaire's Family Week"

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