Friday, April 16, 2010

4/16/2010 Results

LMAD: Let’s conclude what has been a sub-par week on a good note, perhaps with the all-female team of Claire (dressed as a clown) & Cynthia (dressed as a flower). Here’s what they get to choose from:

Bankroll: $20 BILL ON THE OUTSIDE
Curtain #1: FOR THE HOME
Curtain #2: AWAY FROM IT ALL
Curtain #3: ???

After they initially choose Curtain #1, Gene (dressed as a gas worker) gets a chance to win a Benjamin if he can guess the total amount of cash in the bankroll within $50 (originally $25). He guesses $300. Inside the bankroll was another…$1,000 in Benjamins, so with the correct answer being $1,020, he’s well out of range. The ladies secondly trade for the middle curtain…and behind the first one was a sauna package worth $1,821. Finally, since they’re on their own, Cynthia trades for Curtain #3. Behind Claire’s curtain is…a trip to Geneva on the Lake in New York Wine Country worth $6,426! As for Cynthia…she’ll have to settle for a rocking cow and horse.

Let’s go from two women to two men with Sean (dressed as a fisherman) & Gregory (who’s wearing a Raiders replica jersey). They’re both asked to take out all the money they have in their wallets. Whoever has more will get $1,000 and a chance to move on in this deal; the other one will leave with a Benjamin.

Sean: $12 (plus some foreign money that will NOT COUNT)
Gregory: $18

Sean can either keep his grand or give it back for a chance to win a KIA Rio LX (Std., AT) worth $15,185 (Curtain #1). He’s playing this show’s version of the “Sale of the Century Winner’s Board”. There are 15 cards. Behind 12 of them are matching pairs for $100, $250, $500, $1,500, $2,500 and the car, while the other three have ZONKs. If he matches any of those prizes before ZONKING out, the one he matches up first is what he will win. Sean decides to do it.

1. #7- $250
2. #12- $100
3. #15- ZONK

4.#6- $500
5. #10-
WINS $250

The CARS were behind #4 & #13. Unfortunately, this is the last automobile that will be offered this week, so we finally have the first-ever WEEKLY CAR SHUTOUT.

Gary (who is dressed as a member of a barbershop quartet) is the next contestant. He’s shown a golden envelope with either a $250 or $2,500 check inside, and he can either have that or Curtain #2. He goes with the curtain…and because he gave up a $250 check, he’s won a tool package that includes a DeWalt table saw worth $2,743. This deal will continue.

Next is a couples deal with Erin (dressed as a white kitchen range) & Kyle (dressed as a baker), who have been married for 4.5 years. Tiffany Coyne comes out with a Burbury murse and purse. Kyle begins the action of this deal by electing to keep his murse. If he had traded it for the blue small box (Jonathan)…he would have won an HP laptop and a pair of Dr. Dre headphones worth $2,400. His murse contains…$800. Erin, however, gives back her purse for what’s at Curtain #2…the Pier 1 Imports bedroom and a Magnavox 40” LCD HDTV, all worth $2,999. Her purse had half the money of Kyle’s murse. Finally, the couple decides to walk from this behind Curtain #3…42 years of bad luck!

The next deal has three participants- Jamie (who’s wearing an afro), Lauren & Cheryl (who’s wearing a pink flower on the right edge of her head). As it turns out, they’re playing the Red/Green Cans Deal for a trip to the St. James’ Club in Antigua valued at $7,771 (Curtain #1).

RED CANS:
Jamie: #2- $500
Lauren: #3-
$1,000
Cheryl: #1- DUD

While Lauren bails out with her thou, Jamie picks the second green can…and quadruples her cash! The vacation was in the first one.


The last regulation trader of the week is Michele (dressed as a lobster chef). Her decision is to either keep the check that’s inside the silver envelope, which either has $350 or $3,500 on it, or purchase what’s behind Curtain #3. She tries the curtain, and the check was valued at…$350, winning her a Bull BBQ island worth $4,846! PERFECT DEAL!

THE BIG DEAL: If Claire wins the Big Deal of the Day, she’ll win $20,694 in cash and/or merchandise. She thinks it’s behind Door #1…but it does NOT happen for her. At least she traded up a bit to a trio of stainless steel kitchen appliances totaling $8,492.

Door #2: Samsung 40” LCD HDTV and Blu-Ray Disc home theater ($2,400)
Door #3: Trip to the Treasure Island Resort in Fiji and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle


TPIR: Episode 5124K is the second annual salute to The Academy of Country Music Awards, and filling out Contestant’s Row first are Elizabeth Karlock, Justin Ehlers, Alison Wilson and Pamela Claraty. The first IUFB at Door #3 is presented by the country-singing duo Bomshel, which is a stereo system that includes the 160 GB iPod and a wide array of country music CDs.

Pamela: $1,250
Alison: $875
Justin: $1,325
Elizabeth: $1,400

ARP: $1,813

Elizabeth plays Switch? for a three-piece bar set marked at $5,595 (Lanisha) and an UltraPin pinball machine marked at $6,737 (Amber). She leaves them as they are, disagreeing with the audience…but the Peanut Gallery was correct.

Adela Guardado is Contestant #5 and the second IUFB, coming out on the train (Lanisha), is a Honda CRF100 off-road motorcycle (Amber).

Adela: $1,290
Pamela: $2,350
Alison: $1,695
Justin: BUCK

ARP: $2,699

Pamela plays ½ Off, with the six SPs being modeled by country singer Blake Shelton and Lanisha!


1.
Keurig single-cup coffee brewer: $50
Carafe: $40
PICK: Carafe- INCORRECT

2.
Digital camera: $45
Picture frame clock: $44
PICK: Clock-
NO

3.
Headphones: $35
Sunglasses: $75
PICK: Sunglasses-
WRONG AGAIN

She then hopes for a miracle with #7 as Blake brings it to her...SHE JUST PULLED A KYLE JEFFERIES!!!!!! AND THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IN ½ OFF HISTORY THAT SOMEBODY WIPED OUT ON THE FIRST SIX PRIZES AND STILL WON THE $10,000!!! Thanks for being nice, Fingers Greco!

Video Bonus: Greatest 1/2 Off Comeback EVER!!!!

Coming on down sixth is Lauren Wong and the third IUFB is the Samsung 52” LCD HDTV (Lanisha behind GPT).

Lauren: $800
Alison: $1,000
Justin: $2,500

Adela: $1,690

ARP: $2,898

After Justin does a Rich Fields impression, he plays the Money Game for the Ford Focus S (Std., Prot)(Amber at Door #2). Board:

(98)(79)(54)
(17)(18)(19)
(35)(85)(60)


MIDDLE NUMBER: 2 ($ _ _ , 2 _ _)

After picking 19 and 18 for $37 to begin this playing, he gets the front of the car with 17 ($ 1 7 , 2 _ _). His next choice is 54…good guess, but there’s a dollar sign back there, taking the bank to $91. He finally chooses 79…that wins him the $17,279 Focus! He knew about the paint/fabric protection rule- well done!

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Elizabeth ($1,813): 55 + 40 = $.95
Pamela ($12,699): 35 + 60 = $.95
Justin ($20,268): $.95

TRIPLE THREAT SPIN-OFF:
Elizabeth: $.30

Pamela: $.30
Justin: WINS ANOTHER $1,000 AND SHOWCASE BERTH!


Justin’s Bonus Spin is worth…a quarter.

The orange podium secondly goes to Trevor Anderson and the fourth IUFB is a chaise lounge set (Rachel at Door #2).

Trevor: $1,250
Adela: $1,500
Lauren: $1,100
Alison: $1,300

ARP: $2,743

Adela, an event manager from El Paso, TX, plays Squeeze Play for a Beachcomber Hot Tub and a Bull BBQ (Lanisha at Door #3). Board:

87925

She removes the deuce for a price of $8,795…


$ 8 7 9 5


…yes indeed!

Going green third is Tennessee Hillbilly Rick Russell and the next-to-last IUFB is a portable XM satellite radio kit (Amber & Rachel; includes three years worth of service and a docking station).

Rick: $800
Lauren: $900
Alison: $950
Trevor: BUCK

ARP: $696

Trevor plays Gas Money for the Nissan Cube (Std., Designer, Wheels, Guards, Lighting)(Rachel). Board:

$16,835
$21,050
$22,765
$18,420
$19,899


1. $16,835- $1,000; GOES ON
2. $22,765- $2,000 (TRIPLE); GOES ON
3. $18,420-
LOSS

Rest of the board:

$21,050- $3,000
$19,899- $4,000

Rich last says the magic words to Jacob Bowers (with a musical note replacing the "Price" dollar sign around his calldown window) and the final IUFB is some Justin & Wrangler Western wear (Amber behind splitting sign). Alison has been stuck in CR the whole time, but she does get to make the final bid.

Jacob: $500
Rick: $850
Lauren: $1,100
Alison: $1,101

ARP: $1,831, so Alison escapes!


She then plays Side By Side (this is the second aired episode in a row to have this Pricing Game played) for a trip to the Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson, AZ (Rachel at Door #2). Board:


63
85


Alison locks in $6,385…NO.

My lineup today:

1. 1/2 Off
2. Switch?
3. Money Game
4. Side By Side
5. Gas Money
6. Squeeze Play

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Trevor ($696): 30 + 95 = OVER
Alison ($1,831): 40 + 60 = WINS $1,000!
Adela ($11,538): 65 + 95 = OVER

Alison needs to win the $25,000 in her Bonus Spin in order to become the Top Winner in the Friday Showcase Round…but she also spins a quarter, so the Runner-Up Showcase podium is hers.

The first Showcase is all about the world of Country. First, you could start a country music band with these musical instruments (Amber & Rachel at Door #1). Second, you might be getting two tickets to a Carrie Underwood “Play On Tour” event at the Hollywood Bowl (Rachel next to Door #1)! Third, here’s a vacation that I doubt Rick would’ve liked- one to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Nashville (Rachel next to Door #1; includes performances by Dave Matthews & Miranda Lambert). And finally, you could be going on a four-night Sailing Southern Ground Cruise to the Grand Cayman Islands (Rachel next to Door #1; includes a performance by the Zac Brown Band).

JUSTIN PASSES TO ALISON; ALISON BIDS $25,250 ON INSTRUMENTS/TRIPS SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF

MY BID FOR INSTRUMENTS/TRIPS SHOWCASE: $35K

Blake then returns to kick off Showcase #2 at Door #2 to introduce a Country Road Trip, which includes stops at Palm Beach, FL to see Montgomery Gentry during a Country Throwdown Tour presented by Rockstar Energy Drink and Washington, D.C. to see Taylor Swift perform in the middle of her sold-out “Fearless” tour (includes two tickets to see both musical artists). And you could complete your journey with this Ford Ranger (Std., AT)(Lanisha at Door #3).

JUSTIN BIDS $13,500 ON TRIPS/TRUCK SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE INTENTIONAL GARF


MY BID FOR TRIPS/TRUCK SHOWCASE: $28,800

Just like last year’s show, whoever wins their Showcase will also win a trip to this Sunday’s ACM in Las Vegas (Bomshel near Door #4; this vacation also includes two tickets to the "ACM Presents: Brooks & Dunn Last Rodeo" concert event that will air on May 23rd).

JUSTIN’S SHOWCASE:
BID: $13,500

ARP: $33,769
DIFFERENCE: $20,269

ALISON’S SHOWCASE:
BID: $25,250

ARP: $19,260
OVER- JUSTIN WINS!

Besides the ACM getaway, Justin has won $55,037 in cash and prizes! His Focus is still behind Door #2. Alison goes home with $2,831 in cash and clothing.


TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS (excluding the ACM trip): $84,614

WOF: The end-of-week episode begins with the $1,000 Toss-Up category being Food & Drink:

_ _ _ R I D A

O R _ N G _ _

William solves FLORIDA ORANGES for a grand, and now let’s meet the contestant gallery:

William Morris (Myrtle Beach, SC)- Restaurant worker
Vicki Tomberlin (Monument, CO)- Student management coordinator for her local school district
Laurie Seewater (Los Osos, CA)- Fitness instructor/social worker


$2,000 Toss-Up category is Occupation:

D _ _ _ _

I N S T _ _ _ _ O R

If you want to be on “Dancing With the Stars” and/or “So You Think You Can Dance”, according to Vicki, you need a DANCE INSTRUCTOR for $2,000.

Campbell’s Jackpot Round category is Event, and to honor National Train Day (which will take place on May 8th), the prize that is on the wheel right now is an Amtrak Glacier Park train trip worth $7,810. Vicky starts things out with three N’s for $1,800 and buys three I’s and two A’s before calling a $500 H while on Jackpot; she obviously can’t solve the puzzle at this point for a $6,100 Jackpot. She then calls a dud in S. Secondly, Laurie calls four T’s for $1,200, buys five E’s to clean out the vowels, then she lights up three R’s for another $1,800 and a $900 H and we have…

R E _ E I _ I N G / A

H A N _ _ R I T T E N

_ E T T E R

…she will be at least RECEIVING A HANDWRITTEN LETTER about the fact that she’s won $3,650.

SOLE DUD: $550 S (Vicki)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $8,450

It’s Prize Puzzle Time with a Phrase. Still in control, Laurie begins the second main round with two T’s for $1,000, the buying of four O’s and E’s and an $800 N, then she buys two I’s, calls three R’s for another $900 and purchases three A’s. Next, she calls a $900 D and a $300 C before we see this…

R E _ _ E _ T

_ E R _ I _ _ I O N / T O

C O _ E / A _ O A R D

…she wins another $2,900 and the chance to REQUEST PERMISSION TO COME ABOARD a Costa Caribbean Cruise worth $5,550, for a new total of $12,100 in cash and cruise.

PERFECT ROUND

TONIGHT’S SPIN ID: KS9130241 (Kevin S. from Kentucky)

Meineke Mystery Round subject is Same Name. First is William, who calls an R for the train trip but then a dud of T. Second, Vicki hits a Bankrupt. Third, Laurie calls a $500 N but she then purchases a dud vowel of E. After William loses his trip to the left Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge, Vicki’s back in control with two S’s for $600, but she duds out just as quick with the A. After Laurie calls another dud in L, William puts up an I while on Free Play but he then Bankrupts naturally; that’s his second Bankrupt of the round. Vicki next calls a $350 D and buys three O’s to close the vowel department, but she then also gets her second Bankrupt of this round to lose $450. Afterwards, Laurie lights up a $300 G, but her next call of F while on the Wild Card is a dud. William follows that with a $600 M, a $900 W and a C for a gift tag from The Cheesecake Factory…

M O O D / &

_ O R C _

S W I N G S

…and he solves MOOD & PORCH SWINGS for $2,500 in cash and gift certificate, increasing his winnings to $3,500.

DUDS: A (Vicki), E (Laurie), F (Laurie), $450 L (Laurie), $350 T (William)
BANKRUPTS: 4 (2 each by Vicki & William)

The last Toss-Up topic this week is What Are You Doing?:

M _ L T I _ _ _ K I N G

William’s MULTITASKING to move up to $6,500.

Next category is On the Map. He spins Lose a Turn immediately. After that, Vicki calls a couple of R’s for $600, buys five E’s and calls a pair of J’s for another grand before the Speed-Up Bell rings with this board…

J E R _ E _ / _ _ _ _

_ E _ / _ E R _ E _

…and the remaining consonants are each worth $1,600 apiece. She next makes a trio of Y’s appear…

J E R _ E Y / _ _ _ Y

_ E _ / _ E R _ E Y

…and she nails JERSEY CITY NEW JERSEY for an additional $6,150 and a final second-place total of $8,150. William takes with him $6,500 in cash and gift tag and Laurie’s tonight’s champ with $12,100 in cash and trip!

All told, $26,750 in cash and prizes has been given away thus far tonight.

SOLE LAT: William

TONIGHT’S BANKRUPT TRASH: $8,260 in cash and trip

Maxwell House Big Money Round: The car on offer this evening and for a future week of shows is a Buick Enclave. Laurie Seewater spins the apostrophe and the category is Fun & Games. Starting with:

R _ _ _ L

_ L _ S _

She calls H, D, C and A and gets…

R _ _ A L

_ L _ S H

…she makes a $30,000 ROYAL FLUSH for a grand total of $42,100 in cash and cruise; the Feeding America Bonus Round Charity Bank grows to $47,500!

At the end, Pat’s holding one of the trains from this particular set.


Jeopardy!: These are the final three celebrities participating in the Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational:

CCH Pounder (“Avatar” & “Brothers”)- African Millennium Foundation
Isaac Mizrahi (“The Fashion Show”)- Good Shepherd Services
Jane Curtin (actress)- The U.S. Fund for UNICEF

Opening categories:

THE SHIELD
THE 82nd ACADEMY AWARDS
TELL ME EVERYTHING
EDIBLE STATE SYMBOLS (at least two are listed on each clue)
CURTAINS
SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER

$200 CURTAINS CLUE:

This film character’s curtain dress, made to match Vivien Leigh’s eyes, is stored at the University of Texas.

Jane: “Who is Scarlett O’Hara?”- CORRECT ($200); $400 CURTAINS CLUE

In London during World War II, blackout curtains were drawn in anticipation of these Luftwaffe attacks.

Isaac: “What are air bombs…raids?”- ACCEPTABLE ($400); MIDDLE CURTAINS CLUE

The curtain with its rod halfway up the window is named for this four-letter type of establishment, seen here.

Jane: “What is a cafĂ© curtain?”- RIGHT ($600); $800 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

DAILY DOUBLE! She wagers just $300 on this clue:

The thermaweave, which blocks light, is from a line of curtains named for this astronomical event.

“What is an eclipse?”…correct for a new total of $1,100.

FINAL CURTAINS CLUE:

In a theater, the curtain falls immediately behind this arch.

Isaac: “What is the proscenium?”- CORRECT ($1,400); $200 SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER CLUE

Food bought in a restaurant to be eaten at home.

Isaac: “What is take-out?”- YOU BET ($1,600); $400 SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER CLUE

The most populous city in Poland.

Jane: “What is Krakow?”- NO WAY ($700)
CCH: “What is Warsaw?”- CORRECT ($400); $200 THE SHIELD CLUE

In The Middle Ages, circular shields were largely replaced by this shape, like something kids would “go fly”.

Jane: “What is a kite?”- RIGHT ($900); $400 THE SHIELD CLUE

The Targe, a wooden shield of this country north of England, was in use from the 12th Century through the Rebellion of 1745.

Jane: “What is Scotland?”- RIGHT ($1,300); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

Late Medieval “heater shields” are so called for their resemblance to the bottom of this household-pressing device.

CCH: “What is an iron?”- CORRECT ($1,000); $200 THE 82ND ACADEMY WARDS CLUE

These two men who played romantic rivals in “It’s Complicated” were your hosts.

CCH: “Who are Steve Martin & Alex Baldwin…Alec Baldwin?”- ACCEPTABLE ($1,200); $400 ACADEMY AWARDS CLUE

Barbra Streisand said, “The time has come” before announcing this Best Director winner.

Isaac: “Who is Kathryn Bigelow?”- CORRECT ($2,000); FIRST BREAK

$600 SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER CLUE:

A change of job within a company that’s not a promotion or demotion is this kind of side-to-side move.

Jane: “What is a lateral?”- RIGHT ($1,900); $800 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

A four-letter U.S. state (remember the category!).

Jane: “What is Ohio?”- RIGHT ($2,700); FINAL SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER CLUE

Someone who owns a big cattle farm.

Jane: “What is a rancher?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($3,700); $200 EDIBLE STATE SYMBOLS CLUE

Apples, Walla Walla Onions

Isaac: “What is New York?”- INCORRRECT ($1,800)
Jane: “What is Washington?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($3,900); $400 EDIBLE STATE SYMBOLS CLUE

Chile, Frijole

FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE NIGHT: New Mexico

MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY:

Mayhaw Jelly, Crawfish, Beignet

Jane: “What is Louisiana?”- RIGHT ($4,500); $800 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT

Huckleberries, potatoes

Jane: “What is Idaho?”- RIGHT ($5,300); FINAL EDIBLE STATE SYMBOLS CLUE

Baked Navy Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cranberry Juice

Isaac: “What is Massachusetts?”- CORRECT ($2,800); MIDDLE ACADEMY AWARDS CLUE

“Did I just wear you all down?”, plaintively asked this actress and first-time winner.

Jane: “Who is Sandra Bullock?”- RIGHT ($5,900); $200 TELL ME EVERYTHING CLUE (one-minute alert)

Your average garden variety of this creature moves at about .03 miles per hour.

Jane: “What is a snail?”- RIGHT ($6,100); $800 THE SHIELD CLUE

When threatened, Roman legions joined shields to form a box called a testudo, the Latin term for this reptile.

Jane: “What is a turtle?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($6,900); FINAL THE SHIELD CLUE

Hoplits, ancient warriors of Thebes and other parts of this land, got their name from a shield called the Hoplon.

Jane: “What is Egypt?”- NO ($5,900)

TRIPLE STUMPER #2: Greece

$800 ACADEMY AWARDS CLUE:

He continued a major awards haul for his performance as Nazi officer Hans Landa.

CCH: “Who is Christoph Waltz?”- CORRECT ($2,000); FINAL CLUE ON THE ACADEMY AWARDS

Supporting Actress winner Mo’Nique wore a Gardenia in her hair in honor of this pioneering African-American actress.

Issac: “Who is Patty McDaniels?”- YES ($3,800); TIME EXPIRES

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,000
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $800
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $1,800

SCORES AFTER FIRST ROUND:

Jane: $5,900
Isaac: $3,800
CCH: $2,000

DJ! Categories:

MOUNT RUSHMORE
GRAMMY SONG OF THE YEAR (each correct response is a songwriter)
COMPLETE THE AD SLOGAN
BESTSELLERS
“CEL”EBRITY WORDS
I’D RATHER PAY TAXES

CCH BEGINS WITH THE $400 COMPLETE THE AD SLOGAN CLUE:

McDonald’s: “We love to see you _______.”

Isaac: “What is smile?”- CORRECT ($4,200); $800 COMPLETE THE AD SLOGAN CLUE

Visine: “Gets the ___ out.”

Isaac: “What is red?”- RIGHT ($5,000); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

Rolaids: “How do you ______ relief?”

Isaac: “What is spell?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($6,200); $1,600 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT

Visa: “It’s __________ you want to be.”

Isaac: “What is where?”- WRONG ($4,600)

FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THIS ROUND: Everywhere

FINAL COMPLETE THE AD SLOGAN CLUE:

Libby’s: “…you will like it, like it, like it on your ______, ______, ______.”

TRIPLE STUMPER #4: Table, table, table

$400 BESTSELLERS CLUE:

The early 1900s saw two different types of bestsellers in “The Jungle” & “Rebecca of” this “Farm”.

CCH: “Who is Honeybook Farm?”- CORRECT ($2,400); $800 BESTSELLERS CLUE

Good grief! His “Happiness is a Warm Puppy” was a bestseller in 1963.

Isaac: “Who is Charles Schultz?”- RIGHT ($5,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT

If you want to make it in fashion, pick up Kelly Cutrone’s “If you have to” do this, “…go outside”.

Isaac: “What is change?”- NO ($4,200)

TRIPLE STUMPER #5: Cry

$1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC:

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLYYYY DOUBLE #1! And he makes it a True Daily Double, folks! For $8,400 and the lead, here’s the clue:

This Sci-Fi scribe of “The Time Machine” also wrote hit nonfiction with “The Outline of History”.

“Who is (H.G.) Wells?”…it's a wild guess from him, but it’s a GREAT ONE TO DOUBLE UP TO FIRST PLACE!

FINAL CLUE ON BESTSELLERS:

A Sawtelle is a breed of dog in 2008’s “The Story of” this man.

TRIPLE STUMPER #6: Edgar Sawtelle

$400 “CEL”EBRITY WORDS CLUE:

The basement, or last place in the standings of a sports league.

Jane: “What is the cellar?”- CORRECT ($6,300); $800 “CEL”EBRITY WORDS CLUE

These fatty deposits cause a dimpled appearance around the hips and thighs.

Jane: “What is cellulite?”- RIGHT ($7,100); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

This clear wrap used to package food was developed from a failed attempt to invent stain-proof tablecloths.

Jane: “What is cellophane?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($8,300); $1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC

This temperature scale has 100 units between the freezing point and the boiling point of water.

Jane: “What is Celsius?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($9,900); FINAL “CEL” CLUE

Originally, this word meant “unmarried”; its other meaning is a more recent development.

Jane: “What is celibate?”- SWEEP! ($11,900); $400 MOUNT RUSHMORE CLUE

Mount Rushmore is named for Charles Rushmore, a lawyer sent to check on land ownership in 1885 in what’s now this state.

CCH: “What is North Dakota?”- NO ($2,000)
Jane: “What is South Dakota?”- YES ($12,300); $400 GRAMMY SONG OF THE YEAR CLUE

1970: Him for “Bridge Over Troubled Water”.

Isaac: “Who is James Taylor?”- NO ($8,000)
Jane: “Who is Paul Simon?”- RIGHT YET AGAIN ($12,700); $800 GRAMMY SONG OF THE YEAR

2007: Her for “Rehab”.

Jane: “Who is Amy Winehouse?”- RIGHT YET AGAIN ($13,500); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT

1983: Him for “Every Breath You Take”.

Jane: “Who is Sting?”- RIGHT YET AGAIN ($14,700); $1,600 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

1971: Her for “You’ve Got a Friend”.

Isaac: “Who is Carole King?”- CORRECT ($9,600); FINAL GRAMMY SONG OF THE YEAR

1986: “That’s What Friends Are For” (one of two)

CCH: “Who is Dionne Warwick?”- WRONG (NOTHING)

TRIPLE STUMPER #7: Bert Bacharach & Carole Bayer

$800 MOUNT RUSHMORE CLUE:

This third President’s head originally was on Washington’s right, then blasted away and resculpted on George’s left.

TRIPLE STUMPER #8: Thomas Jefferson

$400 I’D RATHER PAY TAXES CLUE:

He died April 15, 1865, after a really bad night at the theater.

Jane: “Who is (Abraham) Lincoln?”- RIGHT ($15,100); $800 TAXES CLUE (one-minute alert)

This screen legend found herself alone at last April 15, 1990.

Isaac: “Who is (Greta) Garbo?”- RIGHT ($10,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY

Raymond Bailey, who played banker Milburn Drysdale on this sitcom, made his final withdrawal April 15, 1980.

Jane: “What is ‘The Beverly Hillbillies’”?- YES INDEED ($16,300); $1,600 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT

George Calvert, better known as Lord this, died clear across the pond from Maryland April 15, 1632.

Jane: “Who is Lord Baltimore?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($17,900); FINAL TAXES CLUE

On April 15, 1980, this French Existentialist got a firsthand look at being & nothingness.

Jane: “Who is (Japo) Sarfe?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($19,900); MIDDLE CLUE ON MOUNT RUSHMORE

About 90% of the carving on the mountain, removing about 450,000 tons of granite, was done using this.

CCH: “What is dynamite?”- CORRECT ($1,200); TIME’S UP

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,800
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,800
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $9,600

SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:

Jane: $19,900
Isaac: $10,400
CCH: $1,200- MATHEMATICALLY ELIMINATED

CORYAT SCORES:

Jane: $20,400
Isaac: $7,800
CCH: $1,200

For the second night in a row, it’s Crush time.

FJ! CATEGORY: Actors.

In 1970, he became the first professional actor to be named a Lord.


CCH:
Response: “Who is Alec Guiness”
Wager: ALL IN
BUST FOR $25K

Isaac Mizrahi came up with a response of “Who is Lawrence Olivier (sp)?”…exactly right! He could have either wagered $7,999 or less or at least $9,501. He actually…DOUBLES to $20,800! Jane Curtin…




























is also right and she bet a whopping 18 grand (she exceeded her suggested betting limit by $501) to win the $50K charity payoff with $37,900! She and Mizrahi averted a major upset by Pounder at the end because of their overwagering!

Instant Recall: Here is this week’s first contestant:

Elisabeth (originally from Seattle)- A nanny who hates long walks on the beach, is able to cry on command, has a nickname of “ET” and wants to be a stay-at-home mom

The crew is setting her up as if she’s working on a photo shoot.

$500 Challenge: Match up the four investors’ names.

1. Dedrich
2. Jamie
3. Sergio
4. Phil

RESULT: FAIL (Dedrich & Phil were switched around)

$1,250 Challenge (originally $750): Make the exact drink Phyllis asked her to make using most of the ingredients on the table.
RESULT: PASS ($1,750)

$1,000 Challenge: While wearing a device called the Sit & Fit, she has to pop the six colored balloons that appeared in the studio.
Guesses: Grey, green, purple, blue, pink & black- NO (pink and blue should have been replaced by two red balloons)

Elisabeth leaves with $1,750.

Game #2 is a head-to-head game:

Jeff (Fargo, ND)- A photographer whose favorite dance is the Crip Walk, is afraid of snakes and dreams of running the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory
Scott (Bloomfield, MI)- A financial analyst who says the hippo is the animal he’s most afraid of, claims he can do The Worm and laugh when he gets complemented

These two men are about to attend a bogus cooking class.

Buzz-In Speed Round:

1. T or F: Including yourselves, there were five students in Chef Rico’s class.
Jeff: True- INCORRECT (there were actually six)

2. Which vegetable did Chef Rico say had the highest megacell count?
Scott: Carrots- CORRECT ($650)

3. You had two jars. One contained sugar; what was in the other?
Jeff: Money- RIGHT ($650)

4. T or F: When placed in the iced tea, the sugar and honey both dissolved.
Jeff: False- YES ($800)

5. Name one of the three codes Chef Rico used.
Scott: Black Code 23- NOT ACCEPTABLE (the right codes were 23 Green, 19 Red & 11 Black)

$1,000 Challenge: Which of the three men wearing masks is Chef Rico?

BOTH GUESS C- RIGHT

Jeff finishes with $1,800, while Scott collects $1,650.

(Note: A new buzz-in sound was introduced this week.)

Recap of the last "Millionaire" game Steve Harvey hosted

Episode ratings:

9: "The Price is Right"
8: "Jeopardy!"
7: "Wheel of Fortune"
6: "Instant Recall", "Let's Make a Deal" & "Millionaire"

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