LMAD: On our last show, we set a new all-time worst Big Deal losing streak of 13 aired episodes in a row. Maybe they'll be the ones to snap it at the end of today's show- the '70s-inspired couple of Henry (wearing an afro) & Sandra. Jonathan starts things off with a bottle of the show's spring water. If they can collect three more of those water bottles, they can trade all four in for something else green-related- the Toyota Prius (Curtain #1) worth $23,150. The other bottles are found under all but one of four numbered boxes on a table in front of Curtain #2 (Alison). They pick Boxes #1, #2 & #4. The Sure Thing Jackpot for this green deal starts with, fittingly, what's inside the green small box (Jonathan)- $1,000. For now, they're going on.
1. #4- WATER
The money is then thrown out for a Panasonic 65" plasma TV and a Blu-Ray Disc player worth $3,500 (Curtain #3). They will continue.
2. #2- WATER
The final offer from the Sure Thing Jackpot is the electronics package and the C-note. They're going for the Prius...
3. #1- ZONK
...but they DO NOT win it.
In the second deal, Carrie (dressed as a die) is playing a deal called "The Girl Who Can't Say No". Before she can do a thing, Chief Petty Officer Roger Conrad from the Coast Guard is given the option of $700 or Curtain #2; whatever he doesn't take goes to Carrie. Roger goes with the curtain, so Carrie gets paid...and Roger wins a washer/dryer worth $4,136! The next decision goes to Keith (dressed as a bottle of champaigne)- $700 or the big box. Keith takes the money, so that means Carrie adds to her cash...a trip to Aruba worth $5,124! Finally, since this will serve as a second honeymoon vacation for she and Robert (dressed as the King of Hearts), they definitely decline Curtain #1...and they definitely had reason to- they would've instead won a trip to MOUNT ZONKMORE! PERFECT DEAL!
Our next trader is Charlise (dressed as a graduate). Inside the blue small box (Alison), according to Heather from the prize department, is something that will keep her moving. She can either have the box's contents or the silver envelope. Charlise takes the box, and she will be moving around...in a pair of old roller skates. That costs her a check for $2,600. We'll have one more round of this particular deal later on.
Next to play are Katie and Jesus. They each pick a curtain with a movie genre clue attached:
Curtain #1: Romance
Curtain #2: Sci-Fi
Curtain #3: Action
Katie picks #1 before being offered $600, $700, $800 and a grand for her curtain. She originally wanted the money, but she's going for a possible trip with her curtain...and she's won one to Venice worth $11,186! Afterwards, Jesus selects #3 and turns down $700 to win...a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Yankees baseball camp worth $8,546! But if either one had chosen the middle curtain...they would've received a ZONK robot from the future! PERFECT DEAL #2!
Next, Tanya (dressed as the Ace of Diamonds) and Shannon (dressed as a Card Shark) play Cash or Crash.
Tanya: #3- $300
Shannon: #2- $500
Tanya: #2- $300 (DOUBLE to $600)
Shannon: #1- $250 ($750)
Tanya: #3- $250 ($850)
Shannon: #3- CRASH
Tanya's then given the message from the backstage crew that they've been playing on what's behind Curtain #1 for hours. She goes with it, giving back the $850 she just won...for a Suzuki Quad-Ranger ATV valued at $8,099!
THE BIG DEAL: Katie returns her Venice trip for a chance to win today's Big Deal with a price tag of $33,330. Her final choice of the day is Door #2. The small deal has the Bank Vault, with $1,444 it...is behind the evil Door #1. After Neda does a good luck cheer to receive a $100 bill, we hear that the middle deal contains a living room group that includes an LG 47" LCD HDTV worth $5,652...
...IT'S NOT HERS EITHER, BECAUSE IT'S BEHIND DOOR #3- THE LOSING STREAK IS HISTORY!!!!! As the first BIG DEAL WINNER this year, she's just won a 2010 Acura RDX 4X2, making her the second-highest winner on this version of the show to date! It also means a grand total of $60,735 in cash and prizes has been given away today! Great way to head into tomorrow morning's repeat!
TPIR: The week's first four contestants are Lisa Marr, Tiffany Bloom, Fernando Theron and Mitch Weaver. Drew exits Door #2 with a Flat Stanley cutout and the first IUFB is an XBOX 360 package (Gwendolyn behind splitting sign).
Tiffany, celebrating a birthday, will have the Hyundai Genesis as her big birthday present if she wins Five Price Tags (Manuela). Board (Gwen):
1. Vivitar waterproof camcorder (Rachel)
PICK: FALSE- INCORRECT
2. Single burner (Manuela)
PICK: FALSE- $17
3. Cappuccino maker (Rachel)
PICK: FALSE- WRONG
4. 15" digital photo frame (Manuela)
PICK: TRUE- YES INDEED
Today's setup comes from The Dob's textbook, even though he's no longer around. Has Tiffany made her latest birthday happier, at least here?...
...NO. ARP of the Genesis: $22,750.
DQ: Breaking 0/5 rule on first choice
Melissa Deblique (wearing natural blue hair) replaces her at the green podium and the second IUFB is a selection of bath robes from Aegean Apparel (All at Door #3).
Melissa: $150 (STAGE GARF)
Fernando: $300 (STAGE GARF)
Lisa from Denver could put those robes next to this MyBathUSA.com steam shower (all the models are still at Door #3) if she can make it past the Range Game. Today's range is $5,000-$5,600. She presses the magic button at $5,183-$5,333...she wins by six bucks with the ARP being $5,327! We've been having some good close calls in this Pricing Game as of late!
Coming on down sixth from the very back of the crowd is Peggy Reeder and the third IUFB is the Birdieball game set (Manuela at Door #2).
Melissa plays the $1,000 Clock Game for a Skee-Ball game (Gwen) and some gloves/helmets for the Honda Ruckus scooter (Rachel). The ARP of the game was $849. She opens with $300, followed by bids of $400, $500, $600, $700, $800 and a grand before Drew has to stop the clock at the :25 mark because she's bidding too fast. She next goes with $900, $950 (getting her the cuckoo), $900, $850, $825, $875, $865, $860, one downs from there to $851, goes back down to $845 and goes up in singletons...but she runs out of time before reaching $849, so we have our first CG WIPEOUT of the season.
DQ: Bidding $950 after a "Higher" prompt was given for her previous bid of $900
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Tiffany ($1,250): $.65
Melissa ($1,299): $.70
Lisa ($5,877): 35 + 30 = $.65
Unfortunately, Melissa's going to the Showcase.
Hoping that he's smarter than at least Melissa is Thomas Obermale from the Army and IUFB #4 is a Dashing Diamonds purple ring (Rachel).
All are over.
Peggy plays Pick a Number (Manuela) for a Wesley Allen queen bed and the Amazon Kindle (Gwen). Board:
$ 4 _ 2 2
NUMBERS AVAILABLE: 3, 5 & 7
She's guessing the seven is lucky for her in this PG...
$ 4 7 2 2
...but it's not. I had the right ARP of $4,322.
Plugging in the orange spot next is Tonia Thompson and the next IUFB is an accident avoidance system (Manuela & Rachel).
Thomas: $275 (STAGE GARF)
Tonia plays Let 'Em Roll for the KIA Soul (Gwen). The groceries modeled by Rachel are the Glad ForceFlex trash bags, Skippy Creamy Peanut Butter and a canister of Sun-Maid Raisins. The trash bags are $7.49. She first says Lower for the peanut butter...$2.89. Then, she guesses Higher for the raisins...they're $3.69, so somebody will have all three rolls to work with in this PG for the first time this season!
1. CAR/CAR/CAR/$500/$1,000- GOES ON
2. CAR/$1,000- GOES ON
3. WINS $1,500
Our last player of the day is Jennifer Alezaras and the final IUFB is four pieces of London Fog luggage (Gwen at the turntable).
FIRST CLUBHOUSE MEMBER OF THE WEEK: Fernando
Mitch plays Shopping Spree for a dinette, designer accessories (first two prizes modeled by Rachel), dumbbells and an MSI desktop computer system (other two prizes modeled by Manuela). The goal this time is $5,300.
1. Dinette- $2,000 ($3,300 left)
2. Computer- $709 ($2,591 left)
Final pick: Accessories- $2,440 (LOSS by $151)
The ARP of the dumbbells were $1,175.
My lineup today:
1. Range Game
2. Five Price Tags
3. Shopping Spree
4. Pick a Number
5. Clock Game
6. Let Em' Roll
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Mitch ($900): 20 + 30 = Half-dollar
Peggy ($1,315): 40 + 70 = OVER
Tonia ($3,299): 40 + 35 = $.75
Peggy gets the Top Winner spot in Monday's Showcase.
The first Showcase has three black kitchen appliances w/ a butcher block table (Rachel behind the Race Game Curtain), a Mitsubishi 60" DLP HDTV w/ a couple chairs and glass coffee tables (Gwen behind the RGC) and a trip to Barbados (Gwen at the TV; includes a champaigne cruise on a submarine).
TONIA PASSES TO MELISSA; MELISSA BIDS $19,500 ON FURNITURE/TRIP SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR FURNITURE/TRIP SHOWCASE: $18,696
While the first Showcase was mostly indoor-related, here's a Showcase for the outdoors. It features a Backyard America.com outdoor living room (Manuela behind Door #2; includes a Lee fire pit) and a trip to Australia (Rachel at the audience screen; includes the right to go to Manley's Ocean Aquarium).
TONIA BIDS $23,200 ON AUSTRALIA SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR AUSTRALIA SHOWCASE: $25,250
OVER- MELISSA WINS
Whether we like it or not, Melissa wins $25,300 in prizes.
DOND: The first contestant of 2010 is #4 Diane Barber. She wants to win enough to buy a Harley-Davidson worth at least 22 grand.
1. #8 (Sharla)- $300
2. #18 (Anthony)- $1,000
3. #11 (Lisa)- BUCK
4. #1 (Yannyra)- $5,000
5. #15 (Barbara)- $25,000
OPENING OFFER: $23,000- NO DEAL
1. #12 (Jamie Lynn)- $200
2. #16 (Erica)- $100,000
3. #19 (Marilyn)- $7,500
4. #10 (Melissa)- $2,500
5. #17 (Tim)- $250,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
SECOND OFFER: $17,000- NO DEAL
1. #21 (April)- $50
2. #5 (Tim)- $500,000 (BIG STRIKE ONE; she was ONE OFF the big one!)
3. #14 (Raajeev)- $500
4. #20 (Pasquale)- $100
THIRD OFFER: $12,000- NO DEAL
1. #7 (Jeanette)- $75,000 (STRIKE TWO)
2. #3 (Sharlene)- $10
FOURTH OFFER: $4,000- NO DEAL
1. #13 (Pablo)- $5
2. #2 (Mike)- $400
FIFTH OFFER: $13,000- NO DEAL
19th PICK: #6 (Allyon)- PENNY
SIXTH OFFER: $17,500- DEAL
20th PICK: #22 (Ron)- $10,000 (SAFETY NET COMPLETELY GONE)
FINAL OFFER: $24,000
In her case was...$25, so she made a good deal!
The Newlywed Game: Here are tonight's Goldywed Couples:
Harris & Mary Ouiji (married 32 years; originally appeared in 1977)
Dave & Mary J. (married 38 years; only got one question right back in 1972)
Ron & Lorraine (married 41 years)
Randy's Intro: "A woman who never tires of hearing the word whoopee"
1. Does your wife have to nag you more about your duties around the house or in the bedroom?
2. Complete the following: "If there's one person I do not want to see a picture of while we're in bed, it would be _________."
3. Complete the following: "I rarely get a night at home by myself, but when I do, I'm usually ___________."
1. In the bedroom
2. Phyllis Diller- ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE
1. Around the house
2. Her mother
3. Watching TV
1. In the bedroom
2. Her mother
3. Watching TV
SECOND HONEYMOON TRIP AT STAKE: Barbados (Almond)
1. In the bedroom- MATCH (5)
2. Her mother- NO MATCH
3. In the garage- NO MATCH
1. Around the house- MATCH (5)
2. Jeff- NO MATCH
3. Watching TV- MATCH (10)
1. In the bedroom- MATCH (5)
2. Her mother- MATCH (10)
3. Watching TV- MATCH (15)
ROUND 2 (after a clip of Harris & Mary's first appearance is shown!):
1. If love-making were a basketball team, who would your husband play for- the Miami Heat, Portland Trailblazers or Houston Rockets?
2. What personal talent is your husband most proud of?
eHarmony.com Dimension (Kindness): Your husband is late for work and a car has stalled in the lane in front of him. Does he honk and drive around the car, call highway patrol and alert them or pull over and offer them assistance?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "The famous person my husband thinks he looks like is _____________, but if you ask me, I think he looks more like ___________."
2. His ability to engineer and build things
3. Pull over and help
BONUS: Jackie Chan (both)
2. His piloting skills
3. Pull over and help
BONUS: Nobody, Tom Selleck
2. Making money and being successful with his business
3. Honk and drive around
BONUS: Nobody, George Clooney
HUSBANDS' RESPONSES (after a clip of Dave & Mary's originally appearance is shown!):
1. Heat- MATCH (TRIPLE to 15)
2. Fix/repair things- ACCEPTABLE (25)
3. Pull over and help- MATCH (35)
BONUS: Nobody (both)- NO MATCH
1. Heat- NO MATCH
2. Flying- MATCH (DOUBLE to 20)
3. Pull over and help- MATCH (30)
BONUS: John Wayne, Paul Newman- ELIMINATED
1. Heat- NO MATCH
2. Operating his business- MATCH (25)
3. Honk and drive around- MATCH (35)
BONUS: Nobody (both)- WIN! (50)
Today's Consolation Prize: Arthur Murray gift certificate
WOF: This week, we're saluting International Food. And the first Toss-Up category is, fittingly, Food & Drink:
_ _ _ D _ _ H
M _ _ _ _ _ L L S
Ken solves SWEDISH MEATBALLS for $1,000. Let meet the week's first three contestants:
Ken Hodgeman (Fredon, NJ)- Classic car restorer/repairer
Christy Nester (San Diego)- 4th Grade teacher
Manchie Hughes (Olney Springs, CO)- Does professional rodeo events with her husband Kyle
The $2,000 Toss-Up category is Place:
_ R A _ N
S _ A _ I O N
Manchie takes the TRAIN STATION to $2,000.
Campbell's Jackpot Round category is Show Biz and out on the wheel now is a $10,000 trip to the Harbour Plaza in Hong Kong from World Hotels.com. Manchie first calls a $550 N and buys two E's, then she calls two R's for another $1,800 and purchases an A and three O's. But she next spins Lose a Turn. Secondly, Ken calls a $400 S and a $500 T while on Jackpot...
S O _ _ - O _ T
_ E R _ O R _ A N _ E
...and he solves SOLD-OUT PERFORMANCE to add a $7,350 Jackpot! That gives him a new total of $9,250!
The next category is Before & After. Ken, who broke the Jackpot just now, starts off this round with an LAT hit. Christy secondly calls a $500 T, a $600 S and buys five E's, followed by a $300 H and two C's for another $800. Afterwards, she purchases a pair of A's, lights up a $600 N and a couple of D's for an additional $600 and buys double O's to clean out the vowels. She then calls a $400 M and we have...
_ _ E E T _ O O D
M A C
A N D / C H E E S E
...she solves FLEETWOOD MAC AND CHEESE for $3,050.
Meineke Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round category is Phrase. Christy's up first with three T's for a $1,000 Gourmet Foodstore.com gift certificate and three S's for $2,400 before buying a pair of E's. Next up is a $500 L, an A buy, a $900 H and the purchase of a trio of I's, all of which is followed by an N for the Hong Kong trip. Then comes a $500 G and here's the board...
L E T ' S / S _ I _ E
T H I N G S / _ _
A / _ I T
...she nails LET'S SPICE THINGS UP A BIT for an extra $3,550, the gift tag, the Hong Kong vacation and a trip to the Dorado Pacifica Beach Resort in Ixtapa, Mexico worth $5,370! When we add this round's big haul of $19,920 in cash and prizes to her total, she now has total winnings of $22,970!
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: LM2871214 (Lanar M. from Pennsylvania)
The last Toss-Up board asks for something In the Kitchen:
_ V _ N
_ _ _ _ S
Ken solves OVEN MITTS to also break five figures with $12,250.
Next category is Title. He first calls triple T's for $2,400 (I already know the puzzle at this point; the last two words also form the name of a kind of candy bar) and buys six E's, then he lights up the U while on Free Play to already finish off this particular puzzle's vowels. After that, he lights up twin R's for another $1,800...
T _ E / T _ R E E
_ U _ _ E T E E R _
...and he solves THE THREE MUSKETEERS for $3,950 more, giving him $16,200!
We next ask that burning question What Are You Doing? Christy opens this go-round with a $700 G, buys a couple E's, but she then calls the first dud all night with T. Second, Manchie puts up a $500 N and purchases double I's, followed by a couple R's to add $1,200 and we then hear the big bell for Speed-Up Mode. Board at this moment:
_ I _ _ I N G
_ R E _ _ / _ _ _ _ E R _
The remaining consonants are worth $1,900 apiece. She next calls two S's...
_ I _ _ I N G
_ R E S _ / _ _ _ _ E R S
...but she goofs at the last second with PICKING FRESH BERRIES, probably costing her $5,250. Ken then has the L lit up...
_ I _ _ I N G
_ R E S _ / _ L _ _ E R S
...and he steals PICKING FRESH FLOWERS to finish with a very nice runner-up score of $18,100! Manchie leaves with $2,000 in Toss-Up money and Christy holds off the competition with $22,970 in cash and merchandise!
So far, a decent $43,070 in cash and prizes has been given away this evening.
DUD (before big bell): $500 T (Christy)
DQ: Manchie (blown solve)
NO BANKRUPT TRASH TONIGHT
Big Money Round: As I previously stated in the middle of last week, the car that could be won this week is a Mini Cooper. With that, Christy Nester spins the E in GAME and the category is Thing. Starting with:
_ E _
_ R _ _ S E R
This bonus puzzle resulted in the first bonus round win of an outstanding Season 23. She calls D, B, P and A and gets...
_ E B
B R _ _ S E R
...about halfway in the countdown, she gets WEB BROWSER for a 2010 Mini Cooper Clubman (Fairly loaded) worth $29,250, making her grand total $52,220 in cash and stuff!
To end this episode, we see a clip from the December 10, 2009 episode of "Jeopardy!" where then-champion Jove Graham talks about the daytime version of "Wheel" helping him learn the alphabet! Immediately after that, Pat plugs his upcoming appearance on the "Jeopardy! Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational" a week from this Thursday!
Catch 21: Here are the three TV daughters competing tonight:
Tracey Gold (played Carol Seaver on “Growing Pains”)(Charity: Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation)
Erin Moran (played Joanie Cunningham on “Happy Days”)(Charity: Emergency Response Team)
Susan Olsen (played Cindy on “The Brady Bunch)(Charity: Precious Paws)
ROUND 1 BASE CARDS:
Tracey: QUEEN OF DIAMONDS
Erin: KING OF SPADES
Susan: 7 OF DIAMONDS
1. Before starring in “The Proposal” with Sandra Bullock, who got some real-life practice by proposing to his wife Scarlett Johannsen?
Tracey: Ryan Reynolds- CORRECT (100)
CARD: 7 OF SPADES; PASSES TO SUSAN (14)
2. Credited with being the first person to sail around the world, which explorer has a popular brand of GPS units named for him?
Erin: Magellan- YOU BET (100)
CARD: 9 OF SPADES; BUSTS SUSAN
3. A movie titled “Feta Attraction” would probably star a crumbly white cheese traditionally made from which animal’s milk?
Erin: Feta cheese (she rang in early on this question)- ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE
Choices for Tracey:
Tracey: Goat- RIGHT (200)
CARD: 6 OF CLUBS; PASSES TO ERIN (16)
4. French-Canadian Trappers gave an American mountain range the name “Grand Tetons”, which translates to what?
A: Big Mouths
B: Big Butts
C: Big Boobs
Erin: Big Mouths- NO
Tracey: Big Boobs- RIGHT AGAIN (300)
For Tracey to win this round, she needs at least a six.
CARD: 7 OF HEARTS- WINS ROUND 1 (800)
ROUND 2 BASE CARDS:
Tracey: 10 OF HEARTS
Erin: 6 OF HEARTS
Susan: 10 OF CLUBS
After three questions, here are the hands now:
Tracey: (10H)(5D) = 15 (900)
Erin: 6 OF HEARTS (200)
Susan: (10C)(4S)(KC) = ELIMINATED FROM THE GAME AT 24 (100)
4. She's Australian for "babe"- what six-foot tall Australian supermodel is known as "The Body"?
Tracey: Elle MacPherson- RIGHT (1,000); GOES ON
CARD: KING OF HEARTS, WHICH IS PASSED TO ERIN (16)
5. What popular wireless personal digital assistant device with a fruity-sounding name was introduced in 1999?
A: Kiwi Sidekick
Tracey: Blackberry- YOU BET (1,100)
If the next card is at least a six, she wins at least another round. But if it's a five, both this round and a $500 charity bonus will go to Erin.
CARD: 2 OF HEARTS; KEEPS IT AND FREEZES AT 17
6. 3 OF DIAMONDS- WINS SECOND ROUND (700)
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND BASE CARDS:
Tracey: 3 OF HEARTS
Erin: JACK OF DIAMONDS
Here's the board three questions later:
Tracey: (3H)(2S)(QH) = 15
Erin: (JD)(4D) = 14
4. Called "The Cartoonist Laureate of the Scientific Community", Gary Larson created what comic strip that featured cows and guys in lab coats?
Erin: "The Far Side"- YES INDEED
If the next card in the deck is at least a seven, Erin has won this game.
CARD: 2 OF DIAMONDS; KEEPS IT (16)
5. There's no such thing as a free lunch, unless you're the picnic basket-snatching Yogi Bear, who paled around with what pint-sized cub?
Erin: Yogi- ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE #2
Choices for Tracey:
Tracey: Boo-Boo- YOU BET
For Tracey to win the match, she needs at least a six.
CARD: JACK OF HEARTS- WIN!
BLACKJACK BONANZA: Tracey has three Power Chips.
HAND #1: 10 OF CLUBS
HAND #2: 10 OF SPADES
HAND #3: 4 OF CLUBS
1. ACE OF HEARTS; HAND #1 CLEARED ($1,000)
2. QUEEN OF SPADES; PLACED IN HAND #3 (14)
3. JACK OF CLUBS; CHANGES IT (two Power Chips left)
4. 8 OF DIAMONDS; CHANGES THAT ALSO (one Power Chip left)
5. 9 OF HEARTS; CHANGES THAT AS WELL (no Power Chips left)
6. 3 OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #3 (17)
7. 5 OF SPADES, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #2 (15); GOES ON
8. KING OF SPADES- LOSS
One week from now, three music icons will compete for charity.
Silent Library: It's time for the start of the second season! Here are our first six contestants, all from Toms River, NJ: Brandon, Luke, Mike, Mark, Ed & Michael.
1. The first new challenge of the season is called "Horse Hit". After Mike is turned around, he has to get smacked by a horse jockey's spinning riding crop for 20 seconds.
RESULT: PASS ($300)
2. Luke's first challenge is called "Bad Taste Pastry". He's got 30 seconds to eat three tartar sauce-filled Canolis.
RESULT: FAIL (he took too long)
3. The first round concludes with Michael getting a task called "Cheer Up Clown". For the next 15 seconds, he has to endure a sad clown blowing on his belly (my dog Ginger absolutely hates that).
RESULT: PASS ($600)
1. For his second challenge, Ed's in a "Tight Squeeze". He has half a minute to squeeze into and button up a pair of a skinny woman's tight jeans.
RESULT: PASS (despite the fact that he ripped the jeans; $1,000)
2. Brandon gets to do a "Sticky Walk". He has to walk backwards on a velcro treadmill for the next 30 seconds.
RESULT: FAIL (he fell off about midway in the countdown, and the team got too loud late)
3. The next challenge is a very new one on this show, because only one contestant gets to sit it out (in this case, it's Luke) while everybody else has to take part in it. In "Clean Breath Fondue", they must dip pieces of garlic into a big, hot fondue pot with toothpaste in it. 30 seconds are put on the clock.
1. Mark's first assignment is titled "Little Leg Kick". For the next :20, he has to get kicked in the face by a spinning wheel of doll legs.
RESULT: PASS ($1,800)
2. Whether he likes it or not, Ed has to get a "Facing Wipe" on a moving dirty windshield for :20 straight.
RESULT: PASS ($2,600)
3. The second task for Luke on the night is called "Balled Spit". He has to get hit by three giant spitballs after they're launched from a big slingshot.
$1,000 CHALLENGE: Let's see if the third time will be the charm for Luke to complete a challenge. In a small "Mystery Cage", he's forced to feed cult porn star Ron Jeremy three carrots.
This just wasn't Luke's night. They miss out on each taking home $600 in the end, but they still leave with $2,600, which is $434 per player.
Millionaire (the Phone a Friend lifeline is no more as of the second game of this episode)
Conclusion of Carl Bartucca's game
(Also: Mariann Cook Andrews, an outreach specialist from Tumwater, WA, missed out on a $35K+ payday after being the only one to miss the FJ! clue, but she still scored a lock game victory for $23,400. Susan Polinak leaves with $8,600.)
8: "Let's Make a Deal" & "Wheel of Fortune"
7: "Jeopardy!", "Millionaire", "The Newlywed Game" & "Silent Library"
6: "Catch 21", "Deal or No Deal" & "The Price is Right"