DOND: The 33rd week of taped episodes is Visine Week. Today's contestant is #9 Beverly Tipton (who is a 76-year-old retail worker). In this week's games, the $7,500 case is replaced with a Visine logo; at least for today, if Beverly goes all the way and has that case, or whomever in the gallery actually has it, that person will win $7,500 in cash and camping equipment.
1. #1 (Kenneth)- $250,000
2. #15 (Amy)- PENNY
3. #13 (Manjit)- $100,000
4. #16 (Chad)- $50,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED ALREADY)
5. #11 (Nolen)- $5
OPENING OFFER: $9,000- NO DEAL
(She's aiming for at least a $100K offer today.)
1. #1 (Meghann)- $400
2. #22 (Sheri)- $1,000
3. #6 (Ken)- VISINE
4. #7 (Latoya)- $300
5. #14 (Susan)- BUCK
SECOND OFFER: $19,000- NO DEAL
1. #2 (Kara)- $500
2. #21 (Armanda)- $500,000 (BIG STRIKE ONE)
3. #12 (Linda)- $2,500
4. #4 (Lauren)- $50
THIRD OFFER: $13,000- NO DEAL
1. #5 (Meg)- $200
2. #17 (Ryan)- $100
FOURTH OFFER: $17,500- NO DEAL
1. #20 (Jeffery)- $75,000 (STRIKE TWO)
2. #8 (Shannon)- $10
FIFTH OFFER: $7,500- NO DEAL
19th PICK: #10 (Tiffany)- $25
SIXTH OFFER: $15,000- DEAL
Her case had...10 grand, so she made a fine deal. Other cases:
#18 (Zohra)- $5,000
#19 (Jerry)- $25,000
WOF: Since they're saluting the environment this week, it must be Going Green Week! Last week, we established our second-highest weekly total of the season with $367,600 in green and other prizes. Let's see what's in the cards this week. First Toss-Up category on this Monday is Place:
_ _ C Y _ L I N G
C E _ T _ R
Lacy solves RECYCLING CENTER for $1,000.
$5,000-WINNING ID OF THE NIGHT: CN00877
Lacy Glover (Conway, AR)- Ladies' clothing store owner and Miss Arkansas 2004 (also the third runner up at that year's Miss America pageant)
Cody Yawn (Hammond, LA)- Assistant manager/office supply retailer; owns a dog named Ashley
Sandra Green (Orlando)- Organization development consultant for a hospital system
$2,000 Toss-Up category is Fun & Games:
_ _ N O _ O _ Y
_ _ _ _ _
Lacy takes an early guess with MONOPOLY BOARD...incorrect. Sandra then rings in...
M O N O _ O _ Y
_ O _ E _
...and solves MONOPOLY MONEY for $2,000 in real money.
After an eco-friendly trip to the St. James' Club in Antigua worth $6,450 goes on the wheel, the first round category is Phrase. Sandra lets out a big scream when she lands on the Million Dollar Wedge; she then calls three T's to pick it up. Secondly, she calls an H for a $1,000 Seventh Generation gift package. A little later, she calls an S for the trip. After she next calls the N's, we have...
_ _ _ _ | W I T H
_ _ _ | N _ T _ _ _ _
I N _ _ _ _ I _ N T S
...she buys the A's, then calls the R's for $600, the D's for another $600 and buys the E's. She then calls the L's for another $900 and the Free Spin and we now have...
_ A D E | W I T H
A L L | N A T _ R A L
I N _ R E D I E N T S
...she solves MADE WITH ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS for another $3,450, the MDW and the other two prizes, a new total of $12,900 in cash and prizes!
Advil PM sponsors tonight's Jackpot/Prize Puzzle Round; category is People. Lacy starts with a $550 T but then a dud of S. Midway in the round, Cody calls an M for the Wild Card. After Cody calls the L, the board reads...
R O _ A L
C A N A D I A N
M O U N T E D
P O L I C E
...the ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE will be escorting him on a trip to Ottawa at the Marriott, worth $8,250. With $6,750 cash, he's now on the board with 15 grand in cash and trip.
DUDS: S (Lacy)
WINNING ID FOR TRIP: MB0239686
Tonight's Mystery Round is being sponsored by Alavert; category is Before & After. Cody immediately loses his Wild Card to a Bankrupt. A little later, Sandra loses the MDW and $1,300 to a Bankrupt of her own, so she uses her Free Spin. She later hits the Mystery Wedge next to Lose a Turn and calls an L. With only $150 in her bank, she takes the plunge...$10,000! But she next calls D for dud. Lacy then calls a $500 P, an $800 W...
S O L A R
P O W _ R
S T _ _ R I N G
...and she solves SOLAR POWER STEERING for another $1,300 and $2,300 total.
DUDS: D (Sandra)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Cody, Sandra)
$3,000 Toss-Up category is Around the House:
_ I C K _ R
_ _ S _ E T
Cody solves WICKER BASKET to pad his lead by another $3,000, making his new total 18 grand. Speed-Up Round category is Thing and consonants are worth $1,600 apiece; Sandra can still catch up. After Lacy calls the P...
N _ N P R _ _ _ T
_ R _ _ N _ _ _ T _ _ N
...she solves NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION for another $4,800 and a final total of $7,100. Sandra leaves with $12,900 in cash and prizes and Cody hangs on with 18 large in cash and trip!
So far, 38 grand in cash and prizes has been won tonight.
DUDS: H (Sandra), L (Sandra)
Big Money Round: The hybrid car on offer this week is the Honda Civic. Cody spins the N in WIN and the category is Thing. Starting with:
_ _ L _
_ _ E S S
He calls C, D, H and O and gets...
_ _ L D
_ _ E S S
...he forgets the category, as he gives incorrect responses of BALD CHESS and GOLD CHESS. He doesn't make the correct WILD GUESS for the Honda.
Jeopardy!: Fred Beukema defends his title for the fourth time against:
John Pitzel (Lee's Summit, MO)- Accountant
Anne Reilly (Stowe, MA)- Stay-at-home mom
This evening's first six categories:
MUSICAL HEART CONDITIONS
AUTHORS & THEIR SLEUTHS
I'M LATIN INTOLERANT
THE END OF THE MARATHON (the race must be ID'ed in each correct response)
Early on, Beukema finds the Daily Double under the $600 Marathon clue with said amount; Pitzel leads with $800 while Reilly's $400 in the hole. The champ goes for $1,000 on this:
In Grant Park near Buckingham Fountain.
"What is the Chicago Marathon?"...he nearly triples his money to $1,600! He's at $2,800 by the time we reach the first break; the challengers now each have $600. At the end of the round...
...this game's gotten a bit tighter.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,800
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,600
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $5,400
(Remember, everybody, today starts the show's Galapagos Adventure sweepstakes. Every weekday through May 1st, enter the day's Final Jeopardy! category over at jeopardy.com. 25 lucky winners in total will be going on this nice trip.)
1980s MOVIE CHARACTERS
IF THEY'D TAUGHT AREOBICS INSTEAD (the teacher must be given in each correct response)
FIRST LADIES' RHYME TIME
FACE (all picture clues)
Beukema ends the first half of the round by finding the round's first DD under the $2,000 Aerobics clue with $9,400; he trails Pitzel for the lead by $1,200. Reilly has $3,800. His wager is the face value of the clue ($2,000). To take the lead back, but not by much:
All right, everybody got their workout clothes off? No pain, no gain here at my Indiana Univ. institute.
"Who is Bobby Knight?"...well, that's a lovely thought, but that's incorrect. It was Alfred Kinsey, so he's down to $7,400. Towards the end of the round, he's back in the lead at $11,400 as he finds all three of the night's DDs, with the last one being under the $1,200 "The" clue. Pitzel has $9,800 and Reilly has nine grand; this game hasn't been this tight all night. His final DD wager is $1,200 (again, face value of the clue).
In its native tongue, this nation is Al-Imarat Al-Arabiyah Al-Muttahidah.
"Who are the United Arab Emerates?"...is right to go to $12,600!
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $7,200
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $3,200
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $10,400
SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
FJ! CATEGORY (keep note of this people): Artists.
The 2 famous painters who share a March 30 birthday, one born in Spain in 1746, the other in Holland in 1853.
John Pitzel's response was "Who are Goya + Vemeer?"...Vemeer is incorrect. He loses nine grand as a result, dropping him to $800. Anne Reilly wrote down "Who are Goya and Van Gogh?"...she got 'em both to DOUBLE to $21,200! I'm not sure if the champ got this...
...and he didn't- he put down Rembrandt in place of Vemeer, so Reilly's the new champ and by losing $8,601, he's headed home with $71,401. Maybe we'll see him again.
Conclusion of Timothy Woodward's game from two weeks ago