LMAD: Yesterday's episode was a DISASTER, as less than $5,000 in cash and prizes was given away. Let's hope this one goes a lot better. A couples deal is first, and the team consists of James (dressed as Dr. Zonk) & Teresa (who’s wearing a “Baby Wayne” on her shirt). They can either have $800 or one of the following:
Blue small box (Jonathan): LUXURY
Curtain #1: ENTERTAINMENT
Curtain #2: PARTY
Curtain #3: BIG RISK
They keep their money all the way out so that they can take care of their children. Let’s see everything they’ve passed up by doing that:
Box- Michael Greene & Co. diamond/sapphire earrings ($1,910)
Curtain #1- Home entertainment center, including an LG 47” LCD HDTV and a three-month Netflix subscription ($3,451)
Curtain #2- Dining room, including a one-day private chef ($4,438)
Curtain #3- Kawasaki motorcycle ($5,599)
Secondly, Edith plays the One-Die Deal for a Chevrolet Aveo LT (Std., Paint) from Rydell Chevrolet worth $15,015 (Curtain #1).
1. 4- $500
2. 2- $600 ($1,100)
3. 1- $300 ($1,400); STOPS
At this point, she can keep her cash or buy what’s behind Curtain #3, but she does not…a ton of rotten onions!
Third, Wayne Brady calls on a group of female firefighters and an injured skateboarder that they saved and tells them that whoever pulls out some lipstick first gets to take part in the next deal with $700. That lady is…Laura, and she wants to buy the big box. But then, she’s offered $500, $800, $900, $1,100, $1,300 and $1,500 to sell that box back. She’s going all the way…but all she gets is a shark trip.
The next contestant is Markeeda, who’s playing the Foreign Word Deal. The three German words on the board (Jonathan) this morning are reisen, ubung and taktgeber. Her choice is ubung. Reisen stood for…”travel”, as in a trip to Germany worth $9,356 (Curtain #1). Taktgeber meant…”clock”, as in a grandfather one, but the one behind the big box was broken! She can either keep the word that she has now, or she can trade the mystery prize for the American equivalent of 600 Euros inside the bronze envelope. Markeeda’s final choice is the ubung prize behind Curtain #2. If she had gone with the envelope, 600 Euros would have turned into…$812. The actual English translation of ubung is…”exercise”, which obviously means a TuffStuff home gym that includes the Samsung 32” LCD HDTV, all worth $2,949.
Time now for the Silent Movie Deal. First, Thyron (who is an L.A. firefighter) turns down $700, $800 and a grand for Curtain #3’s contents…there’s another home entertainment package back there, but it’s of the ZONK variety. After Shawn sees her movie, she thinks that there’s a bad hot tub behind Curtain #1, so she quickly sells it for $700…but it was a good one from Jacuzzi valued at $5,970.
The last deal with the red and the green small boxes goes to Wendy. She gets $600 to begin with.
Wendy keeps the six bills because she has six kids, meaning Markeeda will be going for the Big Deal of the Day. Let’s see what she won’t be getting:
Red: HP laptop ($930)
Green: Weekend Palm Desert trip ($3,568)
THE BIG DEAL: The $20,860 Big Deal Markeeda could win today is presumably the Chrysler Sebring. Her last pick of the day is Door #2. The Bank Vault was behind Door #1, which today contained…$4,278. Door #2…MAKES HER THE FIRST BIG DEAL WINNER OF THE WEEK! The bad news is that the BD does NOT have the Sebring or any car whatsoever, but the good news is that she’s won trips to Stove, VT and the Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa, along with some skiing and snorkeling equipment! BTW, Door #3 had a black extra-capacity gas range and some pizza-making accessories, which was a prize package worth $1,850.
TPIR: Coming on down first on Episode 5121K are David Hirsch, Sandra Hoah, Stephanie Zyga and Raynee Hendryx. The opening IUFB is the 13” MacBook (Lanisha & Rachel).
Raynee plays Lucky $even for the Ford Taurus (Std., Prot, Organizer)(Manuela). As of this playing, when the gameboard is revealed, the first digit of the car is already shown, which in this case is 2. Her second digit guess is 4, which will cost her…
$ 2 6 , _ _ _
…two bucks. Her second number choice is 5…
$ 2 6 , 7 _ _
…there goes another pair of dollars. She next goes with 3…
$ 2 6 , 7 1 _
…and she’s down to her last dollar. She agrees with me that the last number is 9…
$ 2 6 , 7 1 6
…NO -I thought she had it! That's very unfortunate.
Fifth is Linnea Petzke from Grand Valley State and the second IUFB is a green Maytag 5000 Series washer/dryer (Lanisha at Door #3).
Sandra plays One Wrong Price for a pair of Lance Powersports motorscooters marked at $2,117 (Manuela), some designer accessories marked at $2,345 (Rachel) and the JVC 42” LCD HDTV w/ a Sony Blu-Ray Disc player marked at $1,749 (Lanisha). She needs to pick those scooters or else…AND SHE DOES- they’re actually $2,998!
Getting called on sixth is Marco Littig and the third IUFB is the Inspire multi-station home gym (Manuela at Door #2).
Stephanie plays Hi-Lo for a steam shower and $2,000, a prize package worth $7,327 (Rachel at Door #3). Today’s grocery items are a big bag of Meow Mix, the Space Bag, Egg Beaters, a bag of Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmellows, Garnier Fructis Fortifying Shampoo/Conditioner and a box of 12 Pepsis.
Cat food- $8.46
Space Bag- $6.99
Rest of the groceries:
Egg Beaters- $3.49
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Raynee ($999): Half-Dollar + 15 = $.65
Stephanie ($2,195): 30 + 60 = $.90
Sandra ($9,832): 75 + 95 = OVER
Stephanie goes to the Showcase.
Coming out of the Peanut Gallery next is Michael Noce from the Navy and the fourth IUFB is a gas grill w/ a cart (Lanisha behind GPT).
Marco, who owns a bakery, plays Side By Side for a trip to New Zealand (Rachel at Door #4). Board:
He tries $7,662 for the vacation…it sure is!
The next winner wannabe is Michelle Costner and IUFB #5 is a GPS receiver package (Manuela).
David: $250 (STAGE GARF)
Michael plays Pocket Change for the Chevy Malibu (Std., Prot, Remote, Mats, EBH)(Lucky Lanisha’s Car Lot at Door #3). The first digit is 2.
REMAINING NUMBERS IN PLAY: 3, 4, 7, 8 & 9
1. 4- INCORRECT ($.50)
2. 3- CORRECT ($ 2 3 , _ _ _)
1. 8- YES INDEED ($ 2 3 , 8 _ _)
1. 4- NO ($.75)
2. 9- NO ($ 2 3 , 8 7 _; $1)
LAST NUMBER: 9- YES ($23,879)
The first envelope has…a tripler! The second one contains…the other quarter he needs to buy the car! The rest contained a dime and $.75!
The last player to leave her seat is Jonathan Marshall and the final IUFB is an ESP electric guitar being played by Alfredo Hertz on the turntable and the 10 one-hour private playing lessons. David’s been here the whole show, but he will get to bid last in this round of play.
TODAY’S FIRST FOUR BREAKFAST CLUB MEMBER: David
Linnea, who’s majoring in Occupational Therapy, plays Pl!nko, with the four SPs being modeled by Rachel.
1. Universal remote control
IS NOT: $70
PICK: 0- $75
2. Lady Susan Electric Buffet
IS NOT: $42
PICK: 2- $49
3. Rechargeable toothbrush
IS NOT: $27
PICK: 7- $57
4. Libman mop
IS NOT: $30
PICK: 0- $10
The additional pair of Pl!nko Chips are given to her by Manuela. Linnea’s first two chips land in the right $100 slot...but the last one lands in the left gooseegg.
I really liked today’s Pricing Game lineup!
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2 (winner gets the Top Winner’s spot in today’s Showcase):
Linnea ($2,916): Dime + Half-Dollar = $.60
Marco ($9,298): $.90
Michael ($24,499): 35 + 75 = OVER BY A DIME
The first Showcase has a seating group (Lanisha at Door #1), a trip to the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa in St. Thomas (Rachel at Door #4; includes two days on the Dream Weaver yacht) and the Maxum red ski boat (Manuela at Door #3).
MARCO BIDS $36,500 ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE: $33,444
Stephanie gets her chance to win trips to these three Southern Bed & Breakfast locations modeled by Lanisha- the Henderson Park Inn in Destin, FL (also includes a six-hour fishing adventure), the French Quarter Inn in Charleston, SC (includes a tour of the city) and Savannah, GA (also includes a riverboat dinner cruise). But after she’s visited all of those locations, she could drive home in the Mini Cooper Convertible (Rachel at Door #2)!
STEPHANIE BIDS $32,500 ON TRIPS/CONVERTIBLE SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIPS/CONVERTIBLE SHOWCASE: $35,525
DIFFERENCE: $772- WIN
Marco wins $46,570 in prizes.
IMPORTANT NOTES: After this episode was finished, it was revealed that Sandra was declared INELIGIBLE, so she has been STRIPPED of all her winnings and OWP is therefore declared a NO CONTEST. On the positive side, it was also announced that the ARP of $26,716 for the Taurus was WRONG- it was supposed to have been $26,739, so Raynee has gotten herself a TECHNICAL WIN! With the $2 in gas money she would have gotten had the LS board been set up correctly, her actual total in cash and merhcandise is $27,740!
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-2, 1 NC (includes one TW)
TOTAL WINNINGS: $104,100
WOF: The car that could be won tonight and during an entire week of shows a little later in the season is the Mazda RX-8. The $1,000 Toss-Up category is Phrase:
S A F _ _ Y
F I R _ _
Ashley solves SAFETY FIRST to get on the board. Here are tonight's contestants:
Ashley Morgan (Lamar, AR)- 1st Grade teacher
Tamara Heirs (Colorado Springs)- Software project manager
Paul Martinez (Pleasant Valley, PA)- Boys teacher
$2,000 Toss-Up category is Thing:
L E A T _ E R
_ _ L L E T
Tamara puts her first $2,000 in her LEATHER WALLET.
Campbell's Jackpot/Prize Puzzle Round category is and out on the wheel this time is a $5,000 trip to the Topsl Beach & Raquet Resort in Destin, FL. Tamara gets the Million Dollar Wedge right off the bat with two R's, but she then loses it right back to a Bankrupt on her second spin of the wheel. Secondly, Paul calls three N's for the Hayneedle.com gift tag, two T's for $1,000 and we have...
_ / _ _ _ T / _ _
_ _ _ R T / _ N
_ _ N / _ R _ N _ _ _ _ _
...he nails Tony Bennett's "I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO" for $8,582 in cash and prizes, including the bonus trip to S.F.'s Cova Hotel worth $6,582!
SOLE BANKRUPT: Tamara
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $5,500
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: CN6664740 (Coila N. from Ohio)
The Round 2 puzzle category is Family. He starts off with a $450 R and the buying of three E's, but he then Bankrupts to lose the remaining $200. Second, Ashley calls three S's for $1,350 and buys two A's, then she calls two L's for another $600 before ringing in with this board...
_ E _ _ S / &
S E R E _ A
_ _ L L _ A _ S
...she solves the tennis stars VENUS & SERENA WILLIAMS for another $1,700 and $2,700 total.
SOLE BANKRUPT: Paul
Meineke Mystery Round category is Before & After. Ashley gets us going with two T's for $1,800 and buys three E's, but she then hits Lose a Turn. Second, Tamara calls two R's for $900, buys an A, but she then calls the first dud of the night in C while on the Mystery Wedge next to the former MDW. Third, Paul calls a $3,500 N and purchases an I and a pair of O's to clean out the vowels. After he puts up a couple L's for an extra $1,600, we have...
R O L E
_ O _ E L
T R A I N / _ E T
...and he solves ROLE MODEL TRAIN SET for an additional $4,600 and a new total of $13,182 in cash and merchandise.
SOLE DUD: C (Tamara)
SOLE LAT: Ashley
The $3,000 Toss-Up's identity is the Proper Name of a major-league sports team:
C I N _ _ N N _ T I
_ E D S
Paul scores another hit with the CINCINNATI REDS to move up to $16,182!
Next category is Quotation, but this one isn't as big like the past ones. Anyway, he begins with a couple T's for $1,600 but he then buys a dud vowel in A. Second, Ashley calls five N's for $2,500 but she also duds out while buying the O. Third, Tamara lights up double G's for a C-note, purchases a quartet of I's, inserts a $500 W but she then lands on LAT. Paul then tries to solve this puzzle immediately afterwards...
W I N N I N G / I _ N ' T
_ _ _ _ _ T _ I N G
...and he does with "WINNING ISN'T EVERYTHING", which is the first half of the famous quote from the legendary NFL coach Vince Lombardi for $1,350 more and $17,532 altogether.
DUDS: A (Paul), O (Ashley)
SOLE LAT: Tamara
Let's try and solve a Show Biz puzzle next. Ashley's first in line with a $500 T and an E buy before calling a dud in S. Tamara secondly calls another dud in R. Third, Paul lights up a $300 N and buys twin A's, then he calls the same number of M's for another grand and...
A N _ M A T E _
_ _ _ M
...he solves ANIMATED FILM to add $1,050 to his haul, which now stands at $18,582!
DUDS: $300 R (Tamara), $500 S (Ashley)
People is the next subject on the evening's docket. After Tamara puts a $500 T on the board, she buys an E and an A and calls a $300 M before we finally hear that Speed-Up Bell. The setup now:
_ _ _ _ _
T E A M
Each of the remaining four consonants are each worth $1,700. She next makes an R appear...
R _ _ _ _
T E A M
...and she gets RUGBY TEAM to double her final third-place sum to four large. Ashley leaves with $2,700 and Paul's our champion this evening with $18,582 in cash and other loot!
So far, $25,282 in cash and prizes has been awarded tonight during one of those rare maingames with nine puzzles played.
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding the MDW): $200
Maxwell House Big Money Round: I hope Paul Martinez can continue to prove he's great playing this game. He spins the E in AMERICA'S and the category is Thing. Starting with:
_ _ _ _
_ L _ N _ E T
CPMO gives him...
C O _ _
_ L _ N _ E T
...he goofs with COOL BLANKET and COLD BLANKET. If he had the Y up there, he probably would have been relaxing with a COZY BLANKET and $50,000. He leaves with $18,582 in cash and stuff.
Jeopardy!: This is our next-to-last trio of celebrities for this Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational:
Hill Harper (“CSI: NY”)- Manifest Your Destiny Foundation
Rebecca Lobo (ESPN analyst and former basketball player)- St. Mary’s School
Neil Patrick Harris (“How I Met Your Mother”)- Food On Foot
Tonight’s first six categories:
RHYME SCENE INVESTIGATION
TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM? (two different TV characters are listed on each clue)
IT’S ALL ABOUT HER
A LOAD OF LOBOS
I WANT “A_E”
$200 RHYME SCENE INVESTIGATION CLUE:
Poe rhymed, “Thy Naiad airs have brought me home/to the glory that was Greece/and the grandeur that was” this.
FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE NIGHT: Rome
$400 RHYME SCENE INVESTIGATION CLUE:
Duran Duran song, “Her name is Rio & she dances on the sand…oh Rio, Rio, dance across” this two-word Texas river.
Neil: “What is Rio Grande?”- CORRECT ($400); MIDDLE RSI CLUE
“See the Pyramids along the Nile, see the sunrise on” this.
TRIPLE STUMPER #2: A tropic isle
$200 I WANT “A_E” CLUE:
It’s a hidden advantage you keep “up your sleeve”.
Neil: “What is an Ace?”- YOU BET ($600); $400 I WANT “A_E” CLUE
The military strategy used in the early days of The Iraq War was known as Shock & this.
Neil: “What is Awe?”- RIGHT ($1,000); MIDDLE “A_E” CLUE
Checkov’s “The Cherry Orchard” ends with the sound of this striking a tree.
Rebecca: “What is an axe?”- CORRECT ($600); $800 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
Newcastle is a popular brand of brown this.
Neil: “What is ale?”- RIGHT ($1,800); FINAL “A_E” CLUE
It can also mean to mimic, ya big hairy…
Neil: “What is ape?”- RIGHT ($2,800); $200 TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM? CLUE
Shirley Schmidt & Murphy Brown
Hill: “Who is Candace Bergen?”- CORRECT ($200); $400 TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM? CLUE
Bar owner Sam Malone & Dr. John Becker
Hill: “Who is Ted Danson?”- RIGHT ($600); MIDDLE TV CLUE
Thomas Magnum & Chief Jesse Stone
Hill: TIME OVER (NOTHING)
Rebecca: “Who is Tom Selleck?”- CORRECT ($1,200); $200 A LOAD OF LOBOS CLUE
The town of Lobo in Culberson County, TX is one of these “haunted” communities.
Hill: “What is a ghost town?”- CORRECT ($200); $400 A LOAD OF LOBOS CLUE
Joe Eubanks uses the name Lobo when competing in this pro “sport” that often involves tag teams and pile drivers.
Rebecca: “What is wrestling?”- OF COURSE ($1,600); MIDDLE LOBOS CLUE
The band Los Lobos “Goes Disney” in a 2009 album whose tracks include “The” this this this “Room”.
Neil: “What is ‘Boom Boom Boom’?”- INCORRECT ($2,200)
TRIPLE STUMPER #3: “Tiki Tiki Tiki”
AFTER THE FIRST BREAK, HERE’S THE $800 CLUE IN THE SAME CATEGORY:
The 1962 film “The Legend of Lobo” told the story of the life and adventures of one of these critters in the Southwest.
Rebecca: “What is a wolf?”- RIGHT ($2,400); FINAL LOBOS CLUE
The web browser called Lobo uses this programming language that sounds like an Indonesian island.
TRIPLE STUMPER #4: Java
$200 DOCTOR HORRIBLE CLUE:
From plants of the Genus Strychnos, this was the prescription of 19th Century killer Dr. Thomas Cream.
Hill: “What is Strychnine?”- CORRECT ($400); $400 DR. HORRIBLE CLUE
Hosmony Ramos, a plastic surgeon from this country, smuggled drugs, committed murder and stole Pele’s watch.
Rebecca: “What is Brazil?”- YES INDEED ($2,800); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY (one-minute alert)
In 2010, a Detroit doctor was convicted in a $4.2 Million scheme to defraud this program for the elderly.
Hill: “What is Medicare?”- RIGHT ($1,000); $800 RSI CLUE
Springsteen said to “Put your make-up on, fix your hair up pretty and meet me tonight” in this New Jersey gambling town.
Neil: “What is Atlantic City?”- RIGHT ($3,000); FINAL RSI CLUE
Ogden Nash started a Limerick, “There was an old man of…” this city in India “…who coated his tonsils with butta”.
Neil: “What is Calcutta?”- RIGHT ($4,000); $800 TV CLUE
Detective Mary Beth Lacey & Maxine Gray
TRIPLE STUMPER #5: Tyne Daly
FINAL TV CLUE:
Charlie Salinger & Jack Shephard
Hill: “Who is Three’s Company?”- ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE (NOTHING)
TRIPLE STUMPER #6: Matthew Fox
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $4,000
SCORES AFTER OPENING ROUND:
IN THE BEGINNING
THE CENTURY OF ITS INVENTION (an invention is given on each clue, and the stars have to respond with the century in which it first came out)
THE 13 COLONIES’ NAME ORIGINS
THE LONDON STAGE
HILL BEGINS THIS ROUND WITH THE $400 STOCK SYMBOLS CLUE (after he wanted a $400 clue on “CSI: NY Character Names, which is NOWHERE on this board!):
This company goes by GE.
Neil: “What is General Electric?”- YOU BET ($4,400); $400 THE LONDON STAGE CLUE
“Thriller-Live”, which opened in London in 2009, is a song and dance celebration of his career.
Neil: “Who is Michael Jackson?”- RIGHT ($4,800); $800 THE LONDON STAGE CLUE
Rowan Atkinson recently picked a pocket or two as Fagin in this musical.
Neil: “What is ‘Oliver!’?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($5,600); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
With the haunting taking place in Coney Island, “Love Never Dies”, the sequel to this musical, opened in London in 2010.
Neil: “What is ‘Phantom of the Opera’?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($6,800); $1,600 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
In 2000, she made a “Splash” in London playing the Marilyn Monroe part in “The Seven-Year Itch”.
FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE ROUND: Daryl Hannah
FINAL CLUE ON THE LONDON STAGE:
In 2007, Jessica Lange took to the London stage as Amanda Wingfield in this Tennessee Williams drama.
Hill: “What is ‘Cat On a Hot Tin Roof’?”- NO (-$2,000; he also would have been wrong with his second guess of “What is ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’?”)
Neil: “What is ‘The Glass Menagerie’?”- RIGHT ($8,800); $800 STOCK SYMBOLS CLUE
Smile and say cheese for this picture-perfect company, EK.
Rebecca: “What is Eastman-Kodak?”- CORRECT ($3,600); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
Dinner should be delivered in less than 30 minutes from this, DPZ.
Rebecca: “What is Domino’s Pizza?”- RIGHT ($4,800); $1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
BAC- it’s in the money biz.
Hill: “What is Bank of America?”- CORRECT (-$400); FINAL CLUE ON STOCK SYMBOLS
What’s really rad is that the stock symbol for this drugstore chain is really RAD.
TRIPLE STUMPER #8: Rite- Aid
$400 THE CENTURY OF ITS INVENTION CLUE:
Neil: “What is the 20th Century?”- OOPS ($8,400)
Rebecca: “What is the 21st Century?”- RIGHT ($5,200); $800 INVENTION CLUE
The neon light
Hill: “What is the 20th Century?”- CORRECT ($400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
Neil: “What is the 19th Century?”- RIGHT ($9,600); $1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
The cotton gin
Neil: “What is the 18th Century?”- RIGHT ($11,200); FINAL INVENTION
Hill: “What is the 16th Century?”- NO (-$1,600)
Rebecca: “What is the 17th Century?”- YES ($7,200); $400 THE FIRST COLONIES’ NAME ORIGINS CLUE
The name of this little colony may come from a Greek island.
Rebecca: “What is Rhode Island?”- RIGHT ($7,600); $800 COLONIES CLUE
What’s now this “Granite State” was named for a county in South Central England.
Rebecca: “What is New Hampshire?”- RIGHT ($8,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
This Southern colony was named for a King of England, the II of that name.
Hill: “What is Georgia?”- CORRECT (-$400); $1,600 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
Virginia was named for this “Virgin Queen”, maybe at the suggestion of Sir Walter Raleigh.
Neil: “Who was Queen Victoria?”- NO ($9,600)
TRIPLE STUMPER #9: Queen Elizabeth
FINAL CLUE ON THE FIRST COLONIES’ NAME ORIGINS:
The wife of King Charles I gave her name to this colony.
TRIPLE STUMPER #10: Maryland
$400 IN THE BEGINNING CLUE:
This day once usually fell every four years on March 4th; now it’s January 20th.
Hill: “What is Inauguration Day?”- RIGHT (NOTHING); $800 IN THE BEGINNING CLUE
The first play of a soccer or football game.
Neil: “What is a kickoff?”- OF COURSE ($10,400); $400 STAG FILMS CLUE
Songs in this 1942 film include “Little April Shower” & “Thumper Song”.
Neil: “What is ‘Bambi’?”- RIGHT ($10,800); $800 STAG FILMS CLUE
This character’s patronus spell summons a magic stag that’s good for warding off dementors.
Neil: “Who is Harry Potter?”- RIGHT ($11,600); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYYY DOUBLE! For $2,000, here’s the clue:
In this 1978 film, Robert De Niro says, “One shot is what it’s all about”.
“What is ‘Deer Hunter’?”…he’s right again for a new total of $13,600!
$1,600 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY:
In this film, Helen Mirren encounters a fitting stag, an “Imperial 14 Pointer”.
TRIPLE STUMPER #11: “The Queen”
THE LAST CLUE ABOUT STAG FILMS:
In the film version of a Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings title, this title creature keeps returning to Jody Baxter’s farm.
TRIPLE STUMPER #12: “The Yearling”
MIDDLE IN THE BEGINNING CLUE:
It’s a five-syllable formal ceremony for admission into an organization such as a college fraternity.
TRIPLE STUMPER #13: Initiation
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYY DOUBLE #2! This time, he wagers only $600 on this clue:
This five-letter word is from the French and means “to make one’s first appearance”.
He BLANKS OUT on “What is debut?”, sending him back to an even 13 grand.
FINAL CLUE OF THE ROUND:
On June 7, 2007, Bill Gates spoke at this graduation ceremony in Harvard.
Hill: “What is Commencement?”- CORRECT ($2,000)
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $10,400
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $12K
SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
Hill: $2K- MATHEMATICALLY ELIMINATED
We’re in a Crush situation tonight.
FJ! CATEGORY: Beatles Songs.
The title of this Beatles song is a Yoruba phrase that means “Life Goes On”.
Response: “What is ‘Hey Jude’?”
Wager: ALL IN
BUST FOR $25K
Rebecca Lobo wrote down “What ‘Se Lavi?’”…I DON’T THINK SO. Her suggested wagers were either no more than $4,399 or at least $4,601…and she took the former route at $4K, leaving her with $4,400 and likely sending her back to the ESPN studios with $25K for her charity. Neil Patrick Harris responded with “What is ‘Let It Be’?”…NOT it, either. The right song was “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”. That costs him…$4K, giving him the $50K win with $9K!
The first round of competition concludes on Friday night with a group that includes the host of “The Fashion Show”, Isaac Mizrahi!
Millionaire (Steve Harvey Week, Day 4):
Conclusion of O.T. Wells' game
Start of Gabrielle McMahan's game
8: "The Price is Right"
7: All of the other shows