TPIR: Episode 4702K begins with Bradley Hala, Micolette Beesley, Carro Nash and Carolyn Wood. The first IUFB is an evening gown (Rachael).
Will $10,000 "Knock on Wood"? Let's find out as we play the Grand Game with a target price today of $5.50. Products are NesQuik milk, udder cream, a box of Jelly Belly jellybeans, Sereen Shammy, lip balm and a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
1. NesQuik- $1.69 ($10)
2. Cereal- $4.79 ($100)
3. Lip balm- $2.99 ($1,000)
She decides to stop with $1,000. Good, because her last pick of the Seren Shammy was $6.99. The jellybeans were $6.49 and the cream was $3.88.
Coming on down fifth is Bradley Carlton and the second IUFB behind the splitting sign is a free-standing gas range (Amber).
Carro plays Most Expensive for a popcorn cart (Rachael), designer shoes (Lanisha) and laser tag equipment (Amber). She goes with the shoes. The popcorn cart is $1,489, the laser tag stuff is $1,657...and the shoes are $3,110!
Rich then calls on Kristen Konover and the third IUFB is a pair of digital cameras coming down from the ceiling.
Micolette plays Any Number for either stemware (Lanisha) or a Mercury Milan (Rachael). First number in the car is 2.
1. 4- Stemware ($ 4 _ _)
2. 3- CAR ($ 2 _ , 3 _ _)
3. 5- Pig ($ _ . 5 _)
4. 7- CAR ($ 2 _ , 3 _ 7)
5. 6- Pig ($ 6 . 5 _)
6. 2- LOSS (Wins $6.52)
The car was $21,397 and the stemware cost $408.
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Micolette ($1,007): Dime + 95 = OVER
Carolyn ($4,750): 55 + 95 = OOPS
Carro ($7,855): WINS BY DEFAULT AND GETS $1,000!
In Carro's Bonus Spin...95 cents.
Next on Rich's list is James Williford and the fourth IUFB is an Ashley dinette (Amber).
Hala: BUCK (STUPID BID)
Bradley Carlton, after jumping on Drew, plays Check Game for a trip to Carmel (Rachael) and some spending money. He writes his check for $3,222. That trip must cost between $3,778 and $4,778 for him to win...$4,369, so he wins $7,591 in cash and trip!
Then comes Shirley Forbes from Chicago and the next IUFB is a small beverage center (Rachael).
Kristen plays One Away for a Chevrolet Cobalt (Std., AT, Spoiler, Tire, Prot, ALB, Pedals)(Amber). Board:
$ 2 7 , 6 5 3
$ 1 8, 7 6 2
She gets...four honks. She then loses by changing the 8. ARP: $18,764.
The day's last player (after we hear a couple named Trevor & Jennifer getting engaged) is Sharon Backowski and the final IUFB is a pair of chairs (Amber & Lanisha). Bradley #1 has been here the whole show.
Bradley: $1,250 (bad news for Bradley)
TODAY'S FIRST FOUR BREAKFAST CLUB MEMBER: The first Bradley
Shirley plays Side By Side for an ATV (Rachael). Board:
She goes with $8,599 and wins!
My lineup today:
1. Most Expensive
2. Grand Game
3. Any Number
4. Side By Side
5. Check Game
6. One Away
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Kristen ($799): Dime + 85 = $.95
Bradley ($8,424): 65 + 40 = OVER
Shirley ($9,699): 45 + 95 = OVER
Kristen faces Carro in the Showcase.
We first take a visit to Port O' Price (Amber), with the boat being captained by Lanisha. Today, it has a sofa, a Great Lakes Spa and a 50" plasma TV. But that's not all- we end this Showcase with a chance to win your own Bass Tracker fishing boat (Lanisha)!
CARRO PASSES TO KRISTEN; KRISTEN BIDS $26,000 ON PORT O' PRICE SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR PORT O' PRICE SHOWCASE: $24,444
For Carro, we have a golf-themed Showcase. First, we see Rich dressed as a golfer, standing by some new golf clubs. Second, you can't have a golf Showcase without a golf cart (Rachael). Finally, you can go golfing in Bermuda (Rich near the audience screen).
CARRO BIDS $18,000 ON GOLF SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR GOLF SHOWCASE: $17,555
OVER BY $896
If Kristen had bid a grand less than she did, she would've DSWed. Instead, she leaves with parting gifts while Carro wins $37,329 in cash and prizes!
The Newlywed Game: Let's meet our second three couples:
Scott & Ginnie (married five months)
Frank & Linda (married 11 months)
Daren & Jessica (married eight months)
Brad’s Intro: “…a woman whose bridesmaids threw their high heels in a fire after a wedding ceremony”
1. If your husband had liposuction on his love handles, would it fill a shotglass, a mug or a mixing bowl?
2. Among your husbands’ friends, who’s most likely to be in his fourth marriage at your 50th wedding anniversary?
3. Complete the following- “My husband would freak if he knew I found ______ on his computer.”
3. Naked girls
TRIP AT STAKE: St. Maarten (Jennifer’s Vacation Villas)
1. Mug- MATCH (5)
2. Mr. Peet- NO MATCH
3. Porn- MATCH (10)
1. Shotglass- MATCH (5)
2. Tim- MATCH (10)
3. Porn- MATCH (15)
1. Shotglass- MATCH (5)
2. Dan- NO MATCH
3. Gay porn- MATCH (10)
1. Which of these reality show titles best describes a visit to your wife’s family- “Survivor”, “The Biggest Loser”, “Intervention” or “The Deadliest Catch”?
2. What would you beg your wife to buy for the two of you if she were the one earning the most money in your marriage?
eHarmony.com Dimension- Passion: Complete the following- “The most passionate moment we ever had as a couple that was rudely interrupted was ______.”
2. Video game system
BONUS QUESTION: His mom walked in during a Valentine Day’s dance
2. Big screen TV
BONUS QUESTION: Linda’s parents popped in
BONUS QUESTION: Dogs interrupting while in bed
WIVES’ RESPONSES IN ROUND 2:
1. “The Deadliest Catch”- NO MATCH
2. Video game system- MATCH (20)
1. “Survivor”- MATCH (25)
2. Trip to San Diego- NO MATCH
1. “Survivor”- MATCH (20)
2. Big screen TV- NO MATCH
20 POINT BONUS QUESTION WIVES’ RESPONSES:
Jessica: The dogs- MATCH (40)
Ginnie: Cat licking Scott’s toes- ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE
Linda: Cell phone call- LOSE
Consolation Prizes: Cutco knives & Cuisinart coffee maker
TODAY’S GOLDYWEDS: Dave & Mary (1972)(37 years; Mary said when they were first on the show, Dave said he knew Mary for one week before she gave in)
TODAY’S BONUS PRIZE: Pair of Sony digital cameras w/ photo printer
GOLDYWED ROUND QUESTIONS:
1. Does most of your mail get addressed to your or your wife?
2. Besides yourselves, who helped finance your wedding the most?
3. What’s the cut of your diamond on your wife’s engagement ring?
4. What is your wife’s favorite high-calorie dessert?
5. How long has it been since you’ve been in a couple together?
2. My mother
4. Lemon-merangue pie
5. 6 months
1. Dave- NO MATCH
2. Her parents- MATCH (2)
3. Round- NO MATCH
4. Chocolate- NO MATCH
5. 6 months- MATCH (7)
2. Her nanny
4. Crème Brulee
5. 1 year, 2 months
1. Jessica- MATCH (1)
2. My grandmother/nanny- MATCH (3)
3. Round- NO MATCH
4. Crème Brulee- MATCH (7)
5. 1 year- NO MATCH
Because Jessica was one off on the good side, she & Daren win both prizes!
WOF: Last night, a small Eric Harding delivered a KO punch to the other two players taller than him and won over $59K in cash and cruise! Let's see what's in the offering tonight. First Toss-Up category is Thing:
P _ _ C I O U S
C A _ G O
Quentin unloads the PRECIOUS CARGO for $1,000.
$5,000-WINNING ID OF THE NIGHT: JA0014381
Quentin Manard (Miami, FL)- FSU student majoring in Psychology; also a member of their rugby club
Lilli Fool (Claremont, FL)- FAU student getting her Master's Degree in Elementary Education; former University of North Florida graduate
Peaches Brown (Tampa, FL; originally from Orlando)- Model/aspiring actress; also a girly girl tomboy
$2,000 Toss-Up category is Song Title:
_ T _ _ D / B Y
_ O _ R / _ _ _
Peaches solves the Dolly Parton classic STAND BY YOUR MAN for $2,000.
After a $6,000 Safari West adventure goes on the wheel, the Round 1 category is Before & After. Peaches lands on the Free Spin to start but she calls a dud in N. Quentin then calls an R for the Wild Card but then calls a dud in S. Lilli then calls a T for a $1,000 Bed and Breakfast.com gift certificate but then loses it back to a Bankrupt. Peaches next calls a $700 L but then hits the left Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge. Quentin then calls his second straight dud with G. Later, Peaches lands on $2,500 but she duds out with H. Quentin then calls a pair of F's for $800, buys the I, calls a $550 J and we have...
J I F F _
P O P
C U L T U R E
...he solves JIFFY POP CULTURE for another $1,100 and $2,100 total.
DUDS: A (Lilli), G (Quentin), H (Peaches), N (Peaches), S (Quentin)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Lilli, Peaches)
Tonight's Jackpot/Prize Puzzle Round is brought to you by Centrum Silver; category is Phrase. Midway in the round, Quentin calls two L's for the safari. After he cleans out the vowels, the board:
U N S _ O I L E D
N A T U R A L
S U R R O U N D I N _ S
In addition to another $4,050 and that safari, he'll also be visiting the UNSPOILED NATURAL SURROUNDINGS in Costa Rica from Caravan.com, which is worth $6,000 like the safari! He now has $18,150 in cash and trips.
WINNING ID FOR TRIP: HD0686312
Gold Bond Ultimate Lotion once again sponsors the Mystery Round; the category this time is Landmark. Lilli immediately lands on the Mystery Wedge next to Lose a Turn and calls an S. She flips...Bankrupt, which is her second of the night. A little later, Peaches calls three T's for $900 and the Free Spin, but she has to immediately use it after hitting Lose a Turn. After she calls the W...
_ E _ I L S / T O W E R
N A T I O N A L
M O N U M E N T
...she solves DEVILS TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT for another $7,050 and $9,050 total.
LOSEs: 1 (Peaches)
BANKRUPTS: 1 (Lilli)
$3,000 Toss-Up topic is Place:
_ _ E _ A R ' S
_ _ L _ _ E
Quentin solves CAESAR'S PALACE to go to $21,150 in cash and trips. Speed-Up Round category is Living Things and consonants are worth...$1,300 apiece, so the Wild Card will be used in the endgame for the second straight night. After Lilli calls the G...
_ L L _ G _ T _ _ S / &
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ L _ S
...Quentin had this on the tip of his tongue but he couldn't get it out; Lilli therefore solves ALLIGATORS & CROCODILES for her only $3,900 on the night! Peaches goes home with $9,050 and Quentin wins with $21,150 in cash and trips!
So far, $34,100 in cash and trips has been handed out this evening.
DUDS: N (Peaches)
Big Money Round: Quentin spins the C in AMERICA'S and the category is Thing. It's a one-wordy, and we start out with:
_ L _ _ _ _ _ R _
He first calls CDMA, then picks G for his Wild Card Choice...
C L _ _ _ _ A R D
...looks like he needed to have called the P instead on his Wild Card Choice; it was CLIPBOARD and he is not the second straight $25,000 winner.
We then see a cockatoo and an owl at the end.
Jeopardy!: Can Eric LaForest do much better than last night, much less retain his title? Let's find out against:
Peter Murray (Seattle)- Non-profit fundraiser
Becky Anderson (originally from Morganton, NC)- Retired software specialist
The night's first six categories:
PRESIDENTIAL POTENT POTABLES
2027: THE YEAR IN ENTERTAINMENT
At the first break, LaForest leads with $4,400; Murray has two grand and Anderson has $1,400. Anderson closes out Number Please with the Daily Double; she's at $2,000, while Murray's down to $1,600 and LaForest's score hasn't changed since the first break. Her wager is $1,400.
Number of U.S. states that begin with the letter I.
"What is 4?"...good guess- that's right (Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa) to go to $3,400! At the end of the round, she's at $5,200 and in the lead by just $200 over LaForest; Murray's back to two grand.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,000
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $4,000
LITERARY BEFORE & AFTER
CELEBRITIES IN OTHER WORDS
_____ & _____
IT'S ME, MARGARET
The first DD of this round belongs to Anderson under the $1,600 Literary Before & After clue; she now has $7,200 while LaForest's down to $2,600 and Murray has a grand less than him. Her wager this time is $2,800. For an even ten grand:
Sun Tzu meets Tolstoy on the battlefield in this classic strategy meets storytelling merger.
She blows it by not phrasing her response of "The Art of War & Peace" in the form of a question, so she drops to $4,400. She picks up $2,000 back to close out that category. Later, Murray finds the other DD under the $2,000 RU clue with $3,600; LaForest has $7,600 and Anderson's still ahead with $9,200. He wagers $3,000 on this clue:
In 2005 this New Mexico city was sued to remove the religious symbols from its official logo.
"What is Albuquerque?"...incorrect. It was Las Crucas, so he's pretty much out of it at $600.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $6,000
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,400
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $10,400
SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
FJ! CATEGORY: Sports Venues.
The last names found on these two sports venues, both in Queens, are anagrams of each others.
Response: "What are Ashe + Shea?"
Final score: $2,798
The champ...is right also and DOUBLES to $16,400! Ms. Anderson...
...also gets it and wins the championship with $16,401, extending the returning champion losing streak to seven shows and sending LaForest home with $11,762.
Catch 21: Here are tonight's contestants:
Bob Glubberman (Phoenix)- Video game reviewer
Whitnee ? (originally from Wisconsin)- Stunt performer
Rick Brandelli (San Pedro, CA)- Local fire captain
ROUND 1 BASE CARDS:
Bob: 2 OF DIAMONDS
Whitnee: 7 OF HEARTS
Rick: KING OF HEARTS
Unless otherwise noted, the bonus prize for the first 21 of each episode will be the Oreck vaccum.
1. At what furniture store can you buy a sleigh bed while sampling a Swedish meatball?
Bob: IKEA- CORRECT (100)
CARD: 10 OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO WHITNEE (17)
2. An ad for what 2008 movie about a mischevious mutt urging movie goers to "Heel the Love"?
Rick: "Marley & Me"- CORRECT (100)
CARD: 10 OF HEARTS- FREEZES AT 20
3. President Jimmy Carter made the first Sunday after Labor Day a national holiday honoring what revered group?
Whitnee: Grandparents- CORRECT (100)
CARD: ACE OF CLUBS; PASSES TO BOB (3 or 13)
4. Sammy Haggard, David Lee Roth or Vince Neil- which lead singer never sang with the band Van Halen?
Bob: Vince Neil- RIGHT (200)
CARD: 8 OF DIAMONDS- WINS PRIZE (700)
ROUND 2 BASE CARDS:
Bob: JACK OF DIAMONDS
Whitnee: 3 OF DIAMONDS
Rick: QUEEN OF CLUBS
1. In a recent Harris poll, what TV mom would most Americans liked to have had when they were growing up?
A: Carol Brady
B: June Cleaver
C: Claire Huxtable
Bob: Carol Brady- INCORRECT
Whitnee: June Cleaver- RIGHT (200)
CARD: 2 OF CLUBS; PASSES TO BOB (12)
2. The founders of Hewlett-Packard, Yahoo & Google all attended which university?
A: Brooklyn College
B: Chiba University
Bob: Stanford- RIGHT (800)
CARD: QUEEN OF SPADES; PASSES TO WHITNEE (13)
3. What world-famous children's character is a little boy who likes playing with Pooh?
Whitnee: Christopher Robin- CORRECT (300)
If this next card is a ten or face card, Bob's done for the round.
CARD: 7 OF DIAMONDS; FREEZES AT 20
4. According to Science Daily, what are two of a person's most attractive facial features?
A: Lips & ears
B: Teeth & eyes
C: Nose & chin
Bob: Teeth & eyes- RIGHT (900)
CARD: 7 OF SPADES; PASSES TO RICK (17)
5. What blonde bombshell has had 50,000 makeovers since she was born in 1959?
A: Pamela Anderson
B: Claudia Schiffer
Rick: Barbie- CORRECT (200)
Again, if this next card is a ten or face card, Bob's out of the round. If it's a 9, however, Rick will be eliminated from the game.
CARD: ACE OF SPADES; PASSES TO BOB (13)
6. Calling all fifth graders- in a fraction, what is the term for a number below the line?
Bob: Denominator- YES INDEED (1,000)
CARD: 4 OF SPADES, WHICH HE MUST KEEP (17)
7. Iowa's scenic wooden tressels are made famous in what best-selling tear-jerker?
Bob: "The Bridges of Madison County"- RIGHT (1,100)
If this next card is a 4 or higher, Rick's done for the night.
CARD: 3 OF HEARTS; PASSES TO RICK (20)
8. What a pig! In a TV interview, who confessed to Anderson Cooper that he eats between 8,000 and 10,000 calories a day?
Bob: Michel Phelps- RIGHT YET AGAIN (1,200)
The only way Rick can stay in this game is if an Ace pops up right now...
CARD: 4 OF DIAMONDS- ADVANCES TO CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND WITH WHITNEE
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND BASE CARDS:
Bob: JACK OF SPADES
Whitnee: 6 OF HEARTS
1. Which letter does NOT begin the name of a U.S. state- L, R or B?
Bob: B- YES INDEED
CARD: 5 OF DIAMONDS; KEEPS IT (15)
2. What is fermented to make the Japanese wine called Sake?
Bob: Rice- RIGHT AGAIN
CARD: 8 OF SPADES, WHICH IS PASSED TO WHITNEE (14)
3. At 14, Sarah Jessica Parker got her first big break as the title role in what Broadway musical?
Whitnee: "Square Pegs"- OOPS (she rang in before the entire question was asked)
Bob: "Annie"- RIGHT ONCE AGAIN
If this next card is a 6 or anything higher than a 7, Bob will be the first contestant this season to take four Power Chips to the endgame. If it's a 7, however, Whitnee will have stolen the game. Anything else and we continue...
CARD: KING OF CLUBS
HAND #1: 4 OF CLUBS
HAND #2: 3 OF DIAMONDS
HAND #3: ACE OF CLUBS
1. QUEEN OF HEARTS- HAND #3 CLEARED ($1,000)
2. JACK OF DIAMONDS; CHANGES IT (three left)
3. JACK OF CLUBS; PLACES IN HAND #2 (13)
4. 6 OF CLUBS; CHANGES IT (two left)
5. 10 OF CLUBS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (14)
He will continue.
6. 4 OF DIAMONDS; CHANGES IT (one left)
7. 4 OF SPADES; PLACES IN HAND #2 (17)
He will move on again.
8. KING OF CLUBS (no Power Chips left)
9. 5 OF DIAMONDS, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #1 (19)
He quits this time. If he had played both of the back-to-back fours on the second hand, he would've had at least $5,000.
10. 7 OF CLUBS
Bob leaves with $2,599 in cash and vaccum.