DOND: This will be my last "Deal" recap of the week, since the show will be pre-empted tomorrow like most other shows in my area due to college football. Today's player is #6 Albert Rodriguez (who makes a snow angel when he's called on down; he's a soon-to-be father). All week long, he's be using his ESP to predict what will be in his case. I'm sure he's hoping the $500,000's in his case today.
1. #15 (Julie)- $50
2. #8 (Kristan)- $7,500
3. #11 (Blake)- BUCK
4. #9 (Allie)- $5
5. #13 (Hal)- $2,500
RECORD FIRST OFFER: $32,000- NO DEAL
1. #19 (Woody)- $400
2. #2 (Javier)- $500,000
3. #20 (Meg)- $250,000
4. #16 (Phillis)- $50,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
5. #18 (Terrelus)- PENNY
SECOND OFFER: $9,000- NO DEAL
(His target now: $68,000.)
1. #12 (Kelly)- $75,000 (STRIKE ONE)
2. #21 (Joanna)- $500
3. #4 (Jennifer)- $300
4. #10 (Lucy)- SEARS
Lucy will be going on a $10,000 Sears shopping spree.
THIRD OFFER: $12,000- NO DEAL
1. #5 (Kristie)- $25,000 (STRIKE TWO)
2. #7 (Erica)- $5,000 (SAFETY NET MOSTLY GONE)
FOURTH OFFER: $7,000- NO DEAL
1. #3 (Mary Ellen)- $25
2. #1 (Robert)- $200
FIFTH OFFER: $17,000- NO DEAL
19th PICK: #22 (Kathryn)- $10
SIXTH OFFER: $27,000- DEAL
Had he gone on with #17 (Stephen), he would've eliminated $100 and gotten a final offer of $46,000. Had he chosen to accept his own case in the end...he would've exceeded his goal.
Bingo America: On this Thanksgiving, Debbie & Max are the contestants playing on Episode 2054. After five questions, here's how it stands in Game 1:
NUMBERS CALLED TO THIS POINT: O70, I27, N41, I24 & O68
6 (WILD)- What two-word Italian name for "first lady" also refers to a tempermental diva?
DOUBLE STUMPER: Prima donna
(That's the second episode in a row nobody got the Wild Card Question.)
7 (B2)- What British heavy metal band featured Jimmy Paige on the guitar in the classic "Stairway to Heaven"?
DEBBIE: The Eagles- NO
MAX: Van Halen- DOUBLE STUMPER #2 (A: Led Zeppelin)
8 (B13)- What world's third-longest river is the main waterway of China?
DEBBIE: Yang Sea- CORRECT (BIN-O; $743)
9 (G55)- Weighing as much as 1,272 taxi cabs, the London Eye resembles what classic amusement park ride?
DEBBIE: Ferris Wheel- WIN ($798)
Game 2 heads to 50/50 with this setup:
NUMBERS CALLED TO THIS POINT: G55, B14, O71, I19, G58, I24, B2, O65 & N41
10 (I23)- Teaspoon or tablespoon- which holds more?
MAX: Tablespoon- RIGHT (BI-G-; $1,170)
11 (O68)- Grand or Gross- what does the G in the economic term GNP stand for?
MAX: Gross- RIGHT AGAIN (BI-GO; $1,238)
12 (B10)- T or F: Bananas contain more fat than any other fruit.
MAX: False- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,248)
13 (B7)- Locks or Keys- what's the term for the gated sections of a canal?
DEBBIE: Locks- WINS MATCH ($1,255)
Bingo Bonus Round:
B: #11- $2,000
I: #27- $2,500 ($4,500)
N: #41- $3,000 ($7,500)
G: #49- $2,500 ($10,000!)
O: #64- OUCH!!!
This is NOT "Deal or No Deal", people! Another record loss here.
WOF: Last night, Tara Ray became just the second player this season to sweep the maingame, but blew her $100,000 bonus round opportunity, which would've made her the second-highest winner of the season. Let's see if we can make a nice recovery from that tonight. The first Toss-Up category is Thing:
T _ E/_ _ C A L/N _ _ _ _ _ _ E _
Yobelin solves THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER for $1,000.
$5,000 WINNING ID OF THE NIGHT: FC03013
Yobelin Fernandez (NYC)- Admininstrative modeling agency office manager and licensed massage therapist
Paul Hermacio (Seattle)- Fireman and occasional hospital volunteer; formerly worked eight years with the Air Force. Also, her mother was on the show back in 1977 with Chuck Woolery (with Paul in her belly at that point in her life) and she got to buy a few prizes!
Lisa Demitrovich (Brookline, MA)- Pharmaceutical sales representative and currently seeking her MBA in college
$2,000 Toss-Up category is Around the House (the first Toss-Up should've fallen under that same category):
F A _ _ L Y
P _ _ _ _ _ _ T
Yobelin quickly gets FAMILY PORTRAIT to triple up.
Round 1 category is Food & Drink and out on the wheel now is a country music prize package that includes a trip to Nashville and some albums from Billy Currington, Sugarland, George Strait & Lee Ann Womack, all worth $5,029. Early on, Yobelin calls three R's for $7,500 but later buys the only dud vowel on the board (I). Paul then spins Lose a Turn. After Lisa then calls the C's, we have...
_ _ T T E R C R E A _
F R O S T E D
C _ _ C A _ E S
...she solves BUTTERCREAM FROSTED CUPCAKES for $1,000.
Campbell's Soup Jackpot Round category is Before & After. Paul begins the round with a pair of R's for $7,000. He then calls four T's to triple that amount! But he then calls a dud in L. Lisa then calls two H's for a $1,000 gift tag from Claim Jumper. At that point, we have...
_ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ T H/T H _/_ T _ R _/
_ _ _/_ T R _ _ _ _
...she calls the N's for another $1,200 and the Jackpot's now at 13 grand. After buying the I's, she loses the gift tag and $700 to a Bankrupt. Yobelin hits Bankrupt immediately. Paul then barely avoids the Bankrupt and calls a $900 W but then repeats the E, possibly costing him $21,900. Darn. Lisa then calls the D's for the Wild Card, a $550 C, a $900 G, and then buys the A's. She then calls the S's for another $3,200 and solves DANCING WITH THE STARS AND STRIPES for another $4,400 and the lead for now with $5,400. A $16,150 Jackpot goes unclaimed in the end.
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Lisa, Yobelin)
Swanson Broth Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round category is Place. After Yobelin buys the I's, we have...
_ O _ _ _ A R
T O _ R _ S T
A T T R A C T _ O N
...she buys the last vowel of U (two of them up there) and she solves POPULAR TOURIST ATTRACTION for another $2,100 and a trip to Bermuda, giving her 11 grand in cash and trip; she has the lead back.
WINNING ID FOR TRIP: TM7964664
Final Toss-Up category is Proper Name:
_ _ _ _ _ N
_ P _ _ L B _ _ G
Yobelin sweeps the Toss-Ups with STEVEN SPIELBERG, adding on to her lead (and she was quick on all them)! She now has $14,000. Speed-Up Round category is Living Things and consonants are worth $6,000 each! After Paul calls the T's, we have...
R A T T _ _ _ N A _ _ _/AND/
A R _ A D _ _ _ _ _
...for $24,000 and to steal the match...nothing! Lisa then calls the L's and solves RATTLESNAKES AND ARMADILLOS to win $30K and the match with $35,400! Yobelin leaves with $14K in cash and trip and Paul unfortunately goes home with the $1,000 consolation. Hey, at least the $1,000's better than the crummy parting gifts offered back in the 1970s.
Big Money Round: The Wild Card's in play tonight. Lisa spins the first A in AMERICA'S and the category is Thing. It's a one-wordy, and we start with:
_ _ _ _ _ E _ _
After going with CDMA on her regular picks, she chooses P...
P A _ C _ E C _
...she scores a $25,000 PAYCHECK, giving her $60,400 total!
Video Bonus: Last two segments of tonight's episode
Jeopardy!: Nathaniel Barnes will try to make it four in a row against:
Danielle Sexton (Inglewood, CO)- Law student
Peter Pinnow (Oxford, MS)- High school English teacher
PASS THE TURKEY
IT'S ALL POLITICALLY RELATIVE
THREE OF A KIND
THE PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME (Clue Crew clues)
At the first break, Pinnow's ahead with $3,400, leading the champ by two large; Sexton has $600. Just before the first set of commercials, we see a few audience members wearing T-shirts about Sexton! Later, with nine clues remaining this round, here are the scores now:
Just the $200 clue's gone in Pass the Turkey while Three of a Kind's still fully intact. Pinnow selects the $200 Three of a Kind clue:
Tiger, Mako, Thresher
Peter: "What are sharks?"- RIGHT ($5,400); $400, SAME CATEGORY
Tap, Square, Hustle
Peter: "What are dances?"- YOU BET ($5,800); $600, SAME CATEGORY
Dredd, Judy, Mike
Nathaniel: "What are judges?"- YOU BET ($4,200); $800, SAME TOPIC
Vezina, Outland, Naismith
Peter: "What are trophies?"- YES INDEED ($6,600); LAST THREE OF A KIND CLUE
DAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLYYY DOUBLE! He wagers his entire lead ($2,400) on this clue:
The Seychelles, a literary "Gulag", the Aleutians
"What are archapellagos?"...right to double his lead, and he now has nine large! $400 Pass the Turkey Clue:
The majority of the country belongs to this branch of Islam.
Nathaniel: "What is Sunie?"- RIGHT ($4,600)
Banned by Ataturk for political reasons, this hat with a three-letter name was once the national hat of Turkish men.
Nathaniel: "What is fez?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($5,200)
Turkey's longest land border is with this Arab neighbor to its south.
Nathaniel: "What is Iran?"- NO ($4,400)
Peter: "What is Iraq?"- NO ($8,200)
TRIPLE STUMPER: Syria
FINAL CLUE OF THE ROUND:
This Turkish peak is said to be where Noah's Ark came to rest.
Nathaniel: "What is Ararat?"- RIGHT ($5,400)
ROUND 1 LACH TRASH: $2,400
SHOW BIZ AWARD WINNERS
TIME TO SURRENDER
SAY "UNC" LE
After the $800 Constellations, Literally clue proves to be the first Triple Stumper of this round, Pinnow finds the first Daily Double under the $1,200 clue there. With $8,600 and a $4,000 lead, he wagers $3,000 on this:
"What is a unicorn?"...it is indeed a unicorn, taking him to $11,600! After that category gets cleared out, Barnes starts going Daily Double Hunting after he didn't do so in the first round. But Sexton's the one who finds the other Daily Double under the $1,600 Show Biz Award Winners clue with $3,800. The champ has $7,800 and Pinnow now has $15,600 (after a reverse ruling on one of his previous incorrect responses). Her wager is $3,000.
Voters lent him their ears and he won Song of the Year at the first Latin Grammys in 2000.
"Who is Marc Anthony?"...husband of Jennifer Lopez, that's correct to go to $6,800! With 11 clues to go, only the $400 clue remains in Hail, Caesar, while Time to Surrender and Say "Unc"le remain fully intact. Here are the scores now:
PETER CHOOSES $400 TIME TO SURRENDER CLUE
He surrendered New Amsterdam to the British in 1664 without a fight.
TRIPLE STUMPER: Peter Stuyvesant
$800 TIME TO SURRENDER CLUE
After suffering 150,000 casualties, German General Paulus surrendered in this city on the Volga in January 1943.
Nathaniel: "What is Stalingrad?"- CORRECT ($10,600); $1,200, SAME CATEGORY
Japan surrendered to the Allies on the deck of this battleship in September 1945.
Peter: "What is the Missouri?"- RIGHT ($20,400); $1,600, SAME SUBJECT
Napoleon III personally surrendered at Sedan in 1870 during this war.
Nathaniel: "What is the Franco-Prussian War?"- RIGHT ($12,200); LAST TIME TO SURRENDER CLUE
On July 4, 1754, George Washington surrendered to the French at this encampment.
TRIPLE STUMPER: Fort Sesame
$400 SAY "UNC"LE CLUE:
A small hole made by a sharp object; perhaps in your bicycle tire.
Peter: "What is a puncture?"- RIGHT ($20,800); $800
Say this nine-letter adjective to mean "of or behaving like an uncle".
Nathaniel: "What is avuncular?"- CORRECT ($13,000); $1,200
Redness and itching are symptoms of this eye condition.
Nathaniel: "What is conjunctivitis?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($14,200); $1,600
A legal order to specifically prohibit a certain activity.
Danielle: "What is an injunction?"- YOU BET ($8,400); LAST "UNC" CLUE
To make shorter by cutting a piece off.
Danielle: "What is truncate?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($10,400); LAST CLUE OF THE ROUND IN HAIL, CAESAR
The world's largest carry-out pizza chain, it was founded in 1959 in Garden City, MI.
Danielle: "What is Little Caesar's?"- RIGHT AGAIN ($10,800)
DJ! LACH TRASH: $5,200
SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
FJ! CATEGORY: Holidays & Observances.
The only public state holiday in the U.S. honoring a monarch is one honoring this ruler.
The only woman on tonight's panel wrote down nothing, dropping her to five bucks. Ditto for the champ, costing him $7,500, so he now has $6,700. Pinnow then gives a ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE with "Who is Queen Kaile", when we were looking for a king- King Kamehameha (the Great), to be exact. He risked...eight grand, so he wins the championship with $12,800, sending Nathaniel Barnes home with $59,300.