Wednesday, December 03, 2008

12/3/2008 Results

DOND: Steve Beverly, you can add this to your All Name Team- playing the game today is #3 Flash Flood (who is a professional tennis official)! He wants to win enough money so he can move his family to where his daughter's living. The case he actually wants to keep is #8. Let's hope that it will be raining money for this guy after today.

ROUND 1:
1. #15 (Tamelia)- $500,000 WIPEOUT

2. #13 (Marlene)- PENNY
3. #21 (Gregory)- $200
4. #18 (Tracey)- $7,500
5. #3 (Lambers)- $5

FIRST OFFER: $6,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 2:
1. #5 (Evangeline)- $75,000
2. #14 (Mercedes)- BUCK
3. #1 (Rosie)- $25,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
4. #11 (Raymond)- $10,000
5. #2 (Amber)- $100,000 (STRIKE ONE)

SECOND OFFER: $4,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 3:
1. #17 (Thomas)- $50,000 (STRIKE TWO)
2. #6 (Joann)- $300
3. #10 (Robbie)- $100
4. #7 (Jacob)- $10

THIRD OFFER: $4,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 4:
1. #16 (Andre)- $250,000 (OUT)
2. #19 (Darryl)- $50

FOURTH OFFER: $750- NO DEAL


Rest of his unlucky game:

ROUND 5:
1. #22 (Jonathan)- $500
2. #20 (Karen)- $400

FIFTH OFFER: $1,900- NO DEAL

19th PICK: #4 (Alvin)- $25 (LEFT SIDE CLEARED!)

SIXTH OFFER: $2,800- NO DEAL

20th PICK: #9 (Maria)- $5,000

FINAL OFFER: $1,400- NO DEAL


He had no luck today, but at least he helped us come up with a new fun contestant name for the annals of time, and he will be taking home $2,500.

TPIR: On Episode 4444K of Purple Wheel Week, the first four players today are Anthony, Florence, Gerald and Ardyce. The first IUFB is a set of guitars (Rachael).

Ardyce: $2,400
Gerald: $1,800
Florence: $1,525
Anthony: BUCK

ARP: $2,176

Gerald Pannell II from New Orleans plays Five Price Tags for a Dodge Charger (Tamiko). Board (Brandi):

$21,899
$24,485
$23,572
$25,191
$22,605

1. Batter dispenser (Rachael)
PRICE: $25
GUESS: FALSE- $40

2. Bluetooth device (Tamiko)
PRICE: $130
GUESS: FALSE- OOPS

3. Toiletry bag (Rachael)
PRICE: $25
GUESS: FALSE- NO

4. PNY Flash drive (Tamiko)
PRICE: $74
GUESS: FALSE- $108

Now, for the car; I'm not sure he's going to pull this off...and he doesn't. He picks the two most expensive prices on the board ($25,191 & $24,485), neither of which are right. ARP: $22,605.

University of Kentucky student Lisa is next and the second IUFB is an enyclopedia (Brandi & Tamiko).

Lisa: $1,500
Florence: $1,200
Anthony: $1,000
Ardyce: BUCK


ARP: $999

Ardyce Fowler's celebrating a birthday, and she could win these three birthday gifts in One Wrong Price- a brass cradle (Brandi) marked at $4,625, SCUBA gear marked at $2,250 and a pair of motorscooters marked at $1,990. I say the cradle's too expensive, but she goes with the motorscooters...they're actually $2,598, so her birthday just got happier!

Here comes Pascual and the third IUFB is a sofa (Brandi).

Pascual: $1,300
Lisa: $900
Florence: $695
Anthony: $920

ARP: $1,875

Pascual Espain plays Bonkers for a spa (Rachael & Tamiko). Board:

4 5 7 8

1. LHLL- STAGE GARF
2. LLHL- STAGE GARF
3. HLLH- INCORRECT
4. LHHL- STAGE GARF
Final try: HHLL- LOSE


ARP: $7,102, so he just needed to have moved the second marker down.

TODAY'S WIN AT HOME PRIZE: Haier refrigerator

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Pascual ($1,875): Dime + 15 = Quarter
Gerald ($2,324): Nickel + 45 = $.50
Ardyce ($10,472): $.75

The birthday lady's in the Showcase!

Coming on down next is Kristina Labarber and the fourth IUFB is a JVC 42" LCD TV (Tamiko).

Kristina: $2,500
Lisa: $3,500
Florence: $1,200
Anthony: $1,400


ARP: $2,999

Kristina plays Stack the Deck for a Dodge Caliber (Brandi). Board:

6540891

Rachael models the game today.

1. Trash bags and pain relief
TARGET: $8.99
PICK: Pain relief- OF COURSE, BUT SHE PICKS THE FIRST NUMBER ($ 1 _ , _ _ _)

2. Supplement and nasal spray

TARGET: $15.99
PICK: Supplement- YES INDEED; CHOOSES THIRD NUMBER
($ 1 _ , 8 _ _)

3. Cough drops and pizza rolls
TARGET: $1.49
PICK: Cough drops- $2.15

She does get the second number of the car right (6), but blows it with a final guess of $16,859. ARP was $16,845. She didn't play this well at all.

Angela Bower enters the suddenly hot red spot (for IUFBs only, anyway) and the fifth IUFB is a Broyhill dinette (Brandi).

Angela: $800
Lisa: $3,200
Florence: $1,299
Anthony: $900


ARP: $2,099

Florence Michens, a retired registered nurse from Texas, plays Super Squeeze Play for a Ford Ranger (Rachael). Board:

152835

Removing the first 5 is a no-no; she instead removes the 2 for a guess of $15,835...

$ 1 5 , 8 3 5

...no car games won today. ARP: $15,235.

Tim Rowe is the last contestant called today and the final IUFB is a home stereo system (Tamiko).

Tim: $2,000
Anthony: $600
Angela: $2,232
Lisa: $2,400


ARP: $1,499, meaning Anthony Boniello won't be going to the First Four Breakfast Club!

This pre-med student plays Magic Number for a wine cooler (Brandi) and a home gym (Rachael). He sets his magic number at just $892, which is a definite loser. The wine cooler was $1,599 and the gym was $2,999.

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Anthony ($1,499): 15 + 60 = $.75
Florence ($2,099): 35 + 35 = $.70
Kristina ($2,999): 40 + 55 = $.95

Kristina faces the birthday girl in the Showcase.

The first Showcase has sun, sand and surf- themed prizes all modeled by Rachael: Swimwear, a trip to Hawaii and a West White Potter Sailboat.

ARDYCE PASSES TO KRISTINA; KRISTINA BIDS $18,000 ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE- STAGE GARF (Barely covers the boat)

MY BID FOR BOAT SHOWCASE: $24,600

For Ardyce, we see Brandi digging for oil. She starts using new garden tools, then cuts some roots with new power tools. Then, instead of oil, she finds four bars of gold. Finally, she finally discovers some oil that can use to fill up a new Jeep Compass Sport 4X4 (Std., Paint, #25D)(Tamiko).

ARDYCE BIDS $28,000 ON JEEP SHOWCASE- STAGE WILLY

MY BID FOR JEEP SHOWCASE: $21,000

ARDYCE'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $28,000
ARP: $22,482
OVER

KRISTINA'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $18,000

ARP: $26,046
WINNING DIFFERENCE: $8,046

Kristina wins $29,045 in prizes.

WOF: Quotation is the first Toss-Up category:

' T _ _/THE/_ _ _ _ O _

Daiquiri solves 'TIS THE SEASON for $1,000 (I bet Andy got this with no letters revealed thanks to that apostrophe at the beginning).

$5,000 WINNING ID OF THE NIGHT: PS03417

Daiquiri Miasato (Hilo, HI)- Kids social worker
Christine Borsoe (Hoffman Estates, IL)- Legislative analyst
Dan Oerden (Cohasset, MA)- Trust administrator

$2,000 Toss-Up category is Rhyme Time:

G A L

_ _ _

Christine guesses GAL PAL...right for $2,000.

Round 1 category is Thing and out on the wheel now is a collection of EA Sports games and $5,000 cash, a prize package worth $5,420. Christine can't pick up the Wild Card with an instant dud of T. On her second turn, after some work, she spins Lose a Turn. At that point, Dan's in control with this showing:

_ A _ _ L I N G

_ I N _ O _

_ I S _ L A _ S

I think I know, but I'm not sure. He lands on $2,500 but duds out with the M. Daiquiri calls three D's for $1,500 but loses her turn with H, missing out on the Free Spin. Christine then solves DAZZLING WINDOW DISPLAYS to go to $3,000.

DUDS: E, H, M, R, T

Eggland's Best Jackpot/Prize Puzzle Round category is Phrase; it's also a big puzzle. Early on, Dan calls five T's for a $1,000 Blackberry flip phone with six months of service and a "Wheel of Fortune" mobile game. Later, he calls four N's for the Wild Card. After buying the A's, we have...

S O _ E T H I N G/R O _ A N T I _/A _ O _ T/

T R A _ E _ I N G/_ _/TRAIN

...I've got it. He calls the M's for another $600 and solves SOMETHING ROMANTIC ABOUT TRAVELING BY TRAIN for $3,250, the phone and he can call his friends on it and say that he's going on a Canadian Rockies Train Trip, for a total of $11,050 in cash and prizes.

PERFECT ROUND

WINNING ID FOR TRIP: JB0497636

Campbell's Soup Mystery Round category is Same Name. Early on, Dan loses his Wild Card to a Bankrupt. Daiquiri then loses $350 to the left Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge. A little later, Christine calls a P while on the Mystery Wedge next to the MDW; she flips...everybody's gotten a Bankrupt this round. After Dan buys the O's, we have...

_ O R _ _ R O Y/&/

S _ A R T Y - PANTS

...I'm not sure about the top word. He then tries my guess of CORDUROY & SMARTY-PANTS...right for another $2,750 and $13,800 total.

DUDS: E (repeated once by Christine)
BANKRUPTS: 3 (Everybody)

$3,000 Toss-Up category is TV Title:

T _ E/_ _ _/_ _ N G/

_ _ _ O _ Y

Christine solves THE BIG BANG THEORY to double up to $6,000. Speed-Up Round category is Song Lyrics after some work by Christine and consonants are worth $1,500 apiece. Board at this point:

D O _ ' T/S T _ _ D/SO/_ _ O S _/

TO/_ _

She calls the N's and solves DON'T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME for another $5,350 and a final total of $11,350. Daiquiri leaves with $1,000 and Dan wins with $13,800.

Big Money Round: Dan spins the S in AMERICA'S and the category is Phrase. Starting with:

_ _ L _ /T _ E/_ _ _ _

I think I know, but I'm not sure. He calls C, D, H and O and gets...

HOLD/THE/_ _ _ O

...I hope that in the future, he doesn't have to repeat the words HOLD THE MAYO several times to a drive-thru worker on a sandwich order while driving in the new VW Tiguan SE 4X2 (Std., Mats) he just won! It's worth $27,814, giving him $41,614 in cash and prizes! That's the first time this season a car has been won at home base.

WINNING ID FOR CAR: EK5157443

Bingo America: Last night, we flirted with having our first female $100,000 winner in Jennifer. That didn't happen but she still left with close to $5,000. Let's see what happens tonight on Episode 2038 with Elizabeth & Shelly. Shelly gets off to as good as a start as you can get, getting the first five questions right and needing only the G to win the first game. Here's the setup now:

ELIZABETH: NOTHING
SHELLY: BIN-O
BANK: $645


NUMBERS CALLED TO THIS POINT: B10, I24, O65, N31, B15

6 (I20)- If you enjoy home improvement (not specifically the host's original show), latex and acrylic are types of what?
SHELLY: Paint- RIGHT AGAIN ($665)
7 (N33)- Alvin, Simon & Theodore are what kind of animated animals?
ELIZABETH: Chipmunks- FINALLY (--N--; $698)
8 (G48)- What legumes are mashed up to make humus?
SHELLY: Garbanzo beans- WIN ($746)

Game 2 has this setup heading into the tenth question:

ELIZABETH: BI---
SHELLY: B-NGO
BANK: $1,046

NUMBERS CALLED TO THIS POINT: O63, I16, G50, G53, O65, I24, B11, B6, N36

10 (N39)- Anne Boleyn lost her head to what Queen of England?
SHELLY: Henry VIII- RIGHT ($1,085)

50/50:
11 (G55)- Was the first man in space American or Russian?
SHELLY: Russian- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,140)
12 (I21)- T or F: Antarctica belongs to the United Nations.
ELIZABETH: False- CORRECT ($1,161)
13 (N35)- Fera or Fiona- what princess voiced by Cameron Diaz is in the "Shrek" films?
SHELLY: Fiona- YOU BET ($1,196)
14 (O74)- T or F: Steak tartar is seasoned ground beef served raw.
SHELLY: True- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,270)
15 (N41)- The comfortable sleeping car on a train is called what- Pullman or Snoozette?
SHELLY: Pullman- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,311)
16 (O71)- T or F: In Bulgaria, nodding your head up and down means no.
SHELLY: True- RIGHT YET AGAIN ($1,382)
17 (N32)- Which President attended sayances at the White House- Lincoln or Raegan?
SHELLY: Reagan- INCORRECT (Elizabeth: BIN--)
18 (I23)- T or F: A pound of sand weighs more than a pound of feathers.
SHELLY: False- WINS MATCH ($1,405)

Tonight's Game 2 ties the season high for most questions asked in one game (18).

Bingo Bonus Round (just the second episode with the current 2-4-6-8 wrecking ball format, if I'm not mistaken):

B: #14- $500
I: #20- $750 ($1,250)

N: #44- LOSS

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