Monday, May 10, 2010

5/10/2010 Results

TPIR: Monday morning’s First Four is rounded out by Marisa Pizzonia, Jason Lindo, Deborah King (who is an Army girl) and Tammy Sibsley. The first IUFB is a pair of surfboards/wetsuits (Rachel behind splitting sign).

Marisa: $500
Jason: $750
Tammy: $899
Deborah: $900

ARP: $1,544


Deborah plays Dice Game for the Chevrolet HHR (Std., Tire, AT, Prot)(Manuela at Door #3; Lanisha pushes the dice table). If she can survive the back-to-back 1s of the $21,134 HHR, she’ll probably win…

Second number rolled: 1- CORRECT
Third number rolled: 3- NO; HIGHER
Fourth number rolled: 1- NO; HIGHER FREEBIE
Last number rolled: 4- CORRECT

…but it does NOT happen. Had the second and third rolls been reversed, we would’ve had the second-ever EXACTA in this Pricing Game.


Fifth is Megan Edwards-Meyers and IUFB #2 is a Lenovo laptop (Lanisha & Manuela).

Megan: $899 
Marisa: $1,500
Jason: $700
Tammy: $1,501

ARP: $849


Jason plays One Right Price for some Cape Spade handbags (Manuela) and a tool set (Lanisha). He tells Rachel to place today’s ORP of $2,075 on the tools…but they’re $2,996.

Contestant #6 is Sheila Townsend and the third IUFB is a Napoleon BBQ (Rachel behind rising sign).

Sheila: $1,500
Tammy: $999

Megan: $1,501
Marisa: BUCK

ARP: $1,200


Tammy plays Check-Out for a home theater package that includes three chairs, a DirecTV system and the JVC 46” LCD HDTV, all worth $7,492 (Lanisha at Door #3). The five grocery items are the Strawberry Splash Gushers, a three-pack of Fleischmann’s RapidRise Highly Active Yeast, Pepperidge Farm Milanos, Mt. Olive Kosher Dill Spears and Gold Bond Foot Cream.

GUESSES:
Gushers, cookies & pickles- $3 each
Yeast- $4
Cream- $5
TOTAL GUESS: $18


ANSWERS:
Gushers: $2.99 (she only missed this by a penny!)
Yeast: $2.29
Cookies: $3.39
Pickles: $3.19

Cream: $7.49

ACTUAL TOTAL: $19.35
DIFFERENCE: $1.35- WIN!


SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Jason ($849): Three Quarters
Deborah ($1,544): 45 + 80 = OVER BY A QUARTER
Tammy ($8,692): 70 + 95 = OVER; JASON ADVANCES


Coming on down seventh is Daisy Loney and the fourth IUFB is a Nokia Smartphone w/ the one-year nationwide calling plan (Rachel).

Daisy: $629
Megan: $599

Marisa: $1,000
Sheila: $700


ARP: $779

Sheila goes to the Safe Crackers safe (Lanisha) to try to unlock her way to a trio of black Jenn-Air kitchen appliances (Manuela) and a selection of Zojirushi kitchen appliances (Rachel), all totaling $6,897.

NUMBERS IN APPLIANCES: 0, 5 & 8

She sets her combination at $850…and that’s it!

Heading on down next from the U.S. Army is Gabriel Howard and the next-to-last IUFB is a Stamina Products, Inc. pilates machine (Manuela behind the Giant Price Tag).

Gabriel: $1,150
Daisy: $9,999 (ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE)
Megan: $1,000
Marisa: BUCK

ARP: $699


Video Bonus: Daisy's WILLY OF THE CENTURY

Because Daisy was over by a whopping $9,300, Marisa, the last of today’s First Four, will play Spelling Bee (Lanisha) for the latest of “The Price is Right’s” classic cars- a 1966 Pontiac GTO valued at $27,500 (Rachel at Door #3). She starts off with Cards #14 & #5.

1. Blender
BID: $40
ARP:
$22
 

2. Carafe
BID: $15
ARP: $40


3. Toiletry bag
BID: $20
ARP: $17- SELECTS CARD #19

She’s going for the car with her three cards. The first one has an R, the second one has an A…AND SHE WINS BACKWARDS WITH THE LAST CARD!


Video Bonus #2: The entire segment that includes a very exciting Spelling Bee playing

A 4-2 day could be completed by our last player, Michael Dowd, and the final IUFB is a pendulum swing w/ canopy from Sunset Swings (Lanisha at Door #3).

Michael: $795
Gabriel: $525
Daisy: $800 

Megan: $801

ARP: $2,295


Megan, who’s a stay-at-home mom, plays Freeze Frame for a trip to an executive room at the Hotel Mela in New York City and a $1,000 gift card to Neiman-Marcus w/ a personal shopper being provided (Manuela at Door #4). The most logical prices on that clicking board this time are $5,033, $6,322, $7,698, $8,563 and $9,812, but she goofs with $3,385 instead. ARP: $6,322.

My PG lineup today:

1. Spelling Bee
2. Safe Crackers
3. Check-Out
4. Freeze Frame
5. Dice Game
6. One Right Price


SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2 (winner gets the Top Winner’s Showcase spot):
Megan ($2,295): 35 + 40 = Three Quarters
Sheila ($7,676): 15 + 85 = WINS $1,000!
Marisa ($28,216): Two 30s

In Sheila’s Bonus Spin…
30 cents.

The first Showcase has things that some of the world’s mothers might have relaxed with over the weekend. First, they might have had a drink or two while at a Tiki Kev Tiki Bar (Lanisha & Rachel at Door #1). Second, they might have spent Mother’s Day on the beaches of Maui at the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel (Lanisha & Rachel at Door #1; includes some snorkeling lessons). Finally, some of the moms might’ve gotten this as a nice Mother’s Day gift- a Kawasaki jet ski (Manuela at Door #3).

SHEILA PASSES TO JASON; JASON BIDS $22,500 ON TRIP/JET SKI SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF


MY BID FOR TRIP/JET SKI SHOWCASE: $28,245

Sheila’s Showcase is about convertibles. First, your kids might enjoy riding around their backyard in a Power Wheels Ford Mustang Convertible (Lanisha). Second, most of the family could be playing with a fusiontables convertible dining room/pool table (Manuela & Rachel). Finally, the Power Wheels convertible might’ve been nice, but nothing beats the real Mustang Convertible (Lanisha at Door #2).

SHEILA BIDS 27 GRAND ON CONVERTIBLES SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF #2 (that doesn't quite cover the Mustang)


MY BID FOR CONVERTIBLES SHOWCASE: $32,222

SHEILA’S SHOWCASE:
BID: $27,000

ARP: $35,035
DIFFERENCE: $8,035

JASON’S SHOWCASE:

BID: $22,500
ARP: $20,283

OVER- SHEILA WINS!

Sheila wins $43,711 in cash and prizes!


TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $85,307

DOND: The first contestant to get chosen by that Deal Wheel is #5 Sara Coughlin from Buffalo, NY (who is a Science teacher). She's looking to win enough to buy a new bedroom for her son, because he's been sleeping in the living room instead. Sara swaps out for Carolyn's #21.

ROUND 1:
1. #7 (Jersouk)- BUCK
2. #11 (Paul)- $10
3. #22 (Sarah)- $25,000
4. #5 (Carolyn)- $5
5. #17 (Timothy)- $10,000

OPENING OFFER: $22,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 2:
1. #15 (Patsy)- $75,000
2. #13 (Kasem)- $100
3. #1 (Jason D.)- $50,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED ALREADY)
4. #3 (Eddie)- $500
5. #19 (Mehran)- $25

SECOND OFFER: $29,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 3:
1. #16 (Vilma)- $250,000 (STRIKE ONE)
2. #20 (Vince)- $200
3. #8 (Bob)- $300
4. #12 (Jason R.)- PENNY

THIRD OFFER: $19,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 4:
1. #9 (Jen)- $5,000
2. #6 (Susan)- $50

FOURTH OFFER: $45,000- NO DEAL

ROUND 5:
1. #2 (Felicia)- $7,500
2. #18 (LaToya)- $400; LEFT SIDE CLEARED!

FIFTH OFFER: $85,000- NO DEAL

19th PICK: #14 (Quan)- $1,000!

SIXTH OFFER: $128,000- NO DEAL!

20th PICK: #10 (Twanna)- $500,000 (STRIKE TWO; NO SAFETY NET LEFT)

FINAL OFFER: $40,000- DEAL

Was 100 grand in Sara's final case...YES.

(Note: Several of this week's gallery members are carryovers from the week of April 26-30.)

The Newlywed Game: Now entering the studio are the first three couples of Week 4 of Season 3:

Ulysses & Vanessa (married 1 2/3 years)
Luke & Shawnee (married 10 months)
Steve & Alyssa (married half a year)

Randy's Intro: "The First Lady of Love"

ROUND 1:

1. If your bedroom was a courtroom, what position would your wife most likely take- on top demanding order, on her knees pleading her case or up against the wall knowing she's going down?
Foster Grant Question of the Night: "Whenever my wife puts on her _________, all I want to do is take it off and have my way with it."
3. Where is your wife more anal- in the kitchen or in the bedroom?

HUSBANDS' RESPONSES:

Ulysses:
1. On her knees
2. High-heeled shoes
3. Kitchen

Luke:
1. On her knees
2. Nurse outfit
3. Kitchen

Steve:
1. Up against the wall
2. Bra
3. Kitchen

SECOND HONEYMOON TRIP AT STAKE: Hilton Hawaiian Village

WIVES' RESPONSES:

Vanessa:
1. On top- NO MATCH
2. Any new pair of shoes- MATCH (5)
3. Kitchen- MATCH (10)

Shawnee:
1. On top- NO MATCH
2. Nurse outfit- MATCH (5)
3. Bedroom- NO MATCH

Alyssa:
1. On top- NO MATCH
2. Bra- MATCH (5)
3. Kitchen- MATCH (10)

ROUND 2:

1. If your love life were like the economy, how long did your worst recession last- a couple weeks, a couple months, or are you in desperate need of a stimulus package?
2. Complete the following: "Besides love, __________ is what keeps us together."
3. Where does size matter most- in your bedroom, in your bank account or on your ring finger?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If my husband was a polygamist, his other two wives would be _________________."

WIVES' RESPONSES:

Vanessa:
1. Stimulus package
2. Poker
3. Bank account
BONUS: Beyonce Knowles & "SportsCenter"

Shawnee:
1. Two months
2. Whoopee
3. Bank account
BONUS: Her identical twin sister Stephanie & her best friend Lisa

Alyssa:
1. Two weeks
2. Friendship
3. Bank account
BONUS: Her friends Traci & Betsy

HUSBANDS' RESPONSES:

Ulysses:
1. Two months- NO MATCH
2. Foodee- NO MATCH
3. Bank account- MATCH (20)
BONUS: Angelina Jolie & Salma Hayek- NO MATCH

Luke:
1. Two months- MATCH (15)
2. Whoopee- MATCH (25)
3. Bank account- MATCH (35)
BONUS: Lisa & Amy- ONE MATCH (50)

Steve:
1. Two weeks- MATCH (20)
2. Friendship- MATCH (30)
3. Ring finger- NO MATCH
BONUS: Kira Knightley & Elle McPherson- LOSS; LUKE & SHAWNEE WIN!

Reed Romance Moment of the Night: Luke & Shawnee after their second match of Round 2

Tonight's Consolation Prize: ShoeBuy.com gift certificate

WOF: This week, we're saluting the country's State Fairs. Toss-Up #1 has a category of Thing:

_ _ R R I S

_ _ E _ _

Staci knows you'll probably see a FERRIS WHEEL at most fairs for $1,000.

$25,000 SPIN ID #1: MS00428

Here are tonight's three contestants:

Staci Payne (Las Vegas)- Bartender at a major strip casino
Marily Martinez (Sacramento, CA)- 2nd Grade teacher
Laurie Gillis (Choctaw, OK)- Supervisor at the Department of Defense; she's also renovating her house

$2,000 Toss-Up category is Event:

_ I V E _ T _ _ K

_ U _ T _ O N

Staci triples up with LIVESTOCK AUCTION.

Eggland's Best Jackpot Round category is Fun & Games and out on the wheel now is a trip to The Great New York State Fair worth $6,362 (during the maingame, the puzzle categories are revealed after they're dragged on screen by some pigs!). After he calls three T's for that trip and two H's for the Wild Card, he calls the first dud of the week in S. Secondly, Marily calls two N's for $1,100, a $300 G and buys two I's, followed by two L's for another $5,000 and the purchasing of both an A and four E's. After she lights up two C's for another $1,800, we have...

E I G H T / _ A L L

I N / T H E

C _ _ N E _ / _ _ C _ E T

...she solves the Pool Phrase EIGHT BALL IN THE CORNER POCKET for $7,450.

SOLE DUD: $350 S (Staci)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $9,600

A Before & After Round starts with Marily calling a $400 T, a $500 H while on Free Play and she buys an E before she calls a $700 S and buys two I's. She then calls a $400 N, a $500 G while on FP, buys an O, but she then hits the Bankrupt near the $3,500 wedge to lose $1,750. Second, Laurie calls a $500 F, a $450 P and two L's for another grand before we see this...

F I S H I N G

P O L E

_ _ _ L T

...and she solves FISHING POLE VAULT for $1,950.

SOLE BANKRUPT: Marily

$25,000 SPIN ID #2: HH8063767

IHOP Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round category is Food & Drink and it's a pretty big puzzle. Laurie immediately Bankrupts in between $600 and $900. Second, Staci calls an S on the Mystery Wedge next to the Million Dollar Wedge and gambles his WC by flipping it over...and $10,000's there! After that, he calls a $500 T, buys four E's, calls two D's for another C-note and purchases an I and four A's. Next, he calls a pair of L's for another $600 and buys an O and a couple U's to clean out the vowels, then he puts up a $3,500 G and uses his WC to call a pair of M's to triple that amount! Afterwards, he lights up a $350 B, twin C's while on FP for another thou, an N for a $1,000 Cotton Candy Express cash gift tag and here's the board...

C _ U N _ _

G U A C A M O L E

M A D E

T A B L E S I D E

...he wins another $23,700 (including the gift tag) and the chance to eat some CHUNKY GUACAMOLE MADE TABLESIDE on his vacation to the Dorado Pacifico Beach Resort in Ixtapa, Mexico worth $5,370, which balloons his total to $32,070 in cash and prizes!

SOLE BANKRUPT: Laurie

TRIP SPIN ID: JD0495594 (Jen D. from Washington)

For the $3,000 Toss-Up, we're seeking the Proper Name of a Comedian:

J _ R R _

_ E _ N _ E _ D

Marily solves the creator/executive producer of NBC's "The Marriage Ref", JERRY SEINFELD, to go to $10,450.

Speed-Up Round category is People and consonants are worth...$1,600 each. After Staci calls the H's...

H _ _ H / S _ H _ _ L

S _ _ _ T H _ _ R T S

...I'm not sure if he remembers any of his HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEARTS, but I do know he solves this puzzle for $11,200 more and a really big winning total of $43,270 in cash and prizes! Marily will receive $10,450 and Laurie leaves with $1,950.

So far, $55,670 in cash and merhchandise has been given awya tonight!

SOLE DUD: N (Laurie)

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: $1,750

Maxwell House Big Money Round: This week's car is a Ford Mustang. Staci Payne spins the C and the category is Thing. Starting with:

_ _ _ _ / _ _

_ _ E _ S

He calls D, F, H and O and gets...

_ O O _ / O F

_ O E _ S

...he'll be writing in his BOOK OF POEMS about his time on this show, including the fact that he's won...































...30,000 additional bucks, bringing his grand total to $73,270 in cash and stuff! The Feeding America Bonus Round Charity Bank now increases to $67,500!

At the end of this episode, we get a tour of the new Wheel of Fortune Hall of Fame section at Stage 11 at Sony Pictures Studios!

Video Bonus: Strong State Fair Week start

Jeopardy!: The first three participants in the 2010 Tournament of Champions are Patrick Tucker (2009 College Champion), Liz Murphy (five-time champion) & Ryan Chaffee (four-time champion).

(Note: Each word in "Tournament of Champions" appears left to right in the middle of the contestants' podium.)

Tonight's first six categories:

NONFICTION
TV SHOWS BY GROUPS
WHOSE DISH IS IT ANYWAY?
4 SCORE & 7
"TOC"
A VISIT TO ANTARCTICA (video clues featuring Sarah Whitcomb and National Geographic naturalist Tom Ritchie)

On the seventh clue of the evening, Murphy hits the Daily Double under the $800 Nonfiction clue with $200; Chaffee has $800 and Tucker's the early leader with $1,000. For a grand, here is the clue:

The 2009 Pulitzer for History went to Annette Gordon-Reed for "The Hemingses of" this home.

"What is Monticello?"...correct to take the lead for now with $1,200! Afterwards, she goes DD Hunting, even though she already found the first DD of the night. When we reach the first commercial break, she has $2,200 and is $600 ahead of Tucker.

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,400
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,200
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $5,600

SCORES AFTER OPENING ROUND:

Ryan: $1,400
Liz: $7,400
Patrick: $1,600


DJ! Topics:

BAYS
DIRECTORS & THEIR FILMS
CARRIAGES
LET'S GET DRESSED IN THE 1920s

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
11-LETTER WORDS

Following the second Triple Stumper of this round, Murphy finds one of the two DDs with the $1,600 clue on Bays and $9,400. She's deep in Lock Game Territory, compared to Chaffee's three grand and Tucker's two. Her wager this time is $3,200.

During one tide cycle, more than 100 billion tons of seawater flow in and out of this bay between New Brunswick & Nova Scotia.

"What is the Bay of Bundy?"...right to move up to $12,600! And it doesn't take her too long to complete the DD Sweep with the $1,600 International Organizations clue. She's now at 13 large, whereas Chaffee has $4,200 and Tucker's still in third with $2,800. Her last DD bet of this evening is two G's on the following:

BSEC is the economic cooperation zone named for this body of water; its 12 members include Bulgaria.

"What is Black Sea?"...that's good to take her to $15K!

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4K
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $10K
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $14K

SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:

Ryan: $7,800
Liz: $17,400 (lock game!)
Patrick: $2,400 (after a reverse ruling one of his correct responses that is announced just before the Final Jeopardy! round begins)

CORYAT SCORES:

Ryan: $7,800
Liz: $13,600
Patrick: $2,400

FJ! CATEGORY: English Literary History.

Immediately before the Caroline Era came this one, also from the monarch's Latin name.

PATRICK:
Response: "What is Jacobean?"
Wager: $2,300

Final score: $4,700

RYAN:
Response: "What is Elizabethan?"
Wager: $6,000

Final score: $1,800

LIZ:
Response: "What is the Augustan?"
Wager: NOTHING

Advances to semi-finals with: $17,400

Millionaire (John Henson Week begins):

Game 1
Game 2

(Also: The first 20 minutes or so of today’s “Let’s Make a Deal” was pre-empted in the 10 PM EST markets due to President Obama’s announcement of the next Supreme Court Justice. Scott was unsuccessful at winning the Big Deal of the Day, but he did finish as the day’s top winner with a $7,398 bedroom behind Door #2. The BD was behind Door #3, and it contained a trip to Switzerland and a pair of motorcycles, all worth $24,964.)

Episode ratings:

9: "Wheel of Fortune"
8: "The Price is Right"
7: "Deal or No Deal", "Jeopardy!" & "The Newlywed Game"
6: "Let's Make a Deal" & "Millionaire"

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