Now, the Marines couple of Antoni & Marie try to climb the Starcase to Money.
Marie: #8- ZONK
Antoni (after turning down $500): #2- WIPEOUT!!!
CONSOLATION PRIZE PICK FROM ANTONI: #1- $1; WINS $100
Video Bonus: WORST STAIRCASE TO MONEY PLAYING EVER
(Note: As of this episode, some new sound effects make their debut; also, some of the other ones have been remixed.)
Let's see if we can rebound from that HORRIBLE deal with Donna (who's wearing a very bright green wig), who begins the Jonathan's Sketch Deal. The sketching prize is behind Curtain #3 (and Wayne gives Jonathan the answer with the silver envelope), but she instead goes with the curtain at the opposite end of the spectrum...at the very least, she passes up a home office package that included an Asus computer system worth $3,143. She also gives back $500...but as of right now, that KIA from earlier is hers! A second round of this deal will commence later.The next two traders are Jose (who's wearing some space pajamas and is holding a Koala teddy bear) and Nicole; whoever makes the better opening deal of the two of them will get to continue on in this round of play. We start off with two bankrolls- one has a $10 bill on the outside, while the other begins with a $50.
Afterwards, Jose buys the big box...inside his bankroll were 16 $50 bills, so he gave up a total of $810 for a trip to The Hotel @ Times Square in New York City worth $5,242! Nicole next elects to keep her bankroll, meaning she's definitely OUT with...an additional $900 (nine Benjamins), so she leaves us with $950. If she had gone with the box, she would have won a vacation at the Grand Hyatt Hawaii Restaurant & Spa in Kauai worth $7,649 and would've continued on in the deal instead of Jose. Finally, we can reveal that The Big Risk is attached to Curtain #2, but Jose wisely waves it off...because there was a giant fake cream pie back there! Also, he would've gotten hit in the face with a real cream pie, but Jonathan instead gets hit by it!
Video Bonus #2: Jonathan gets creamed
It's time for the $20,000 Die Deal with Lorraine (who's holding a fairly small football; the past few times, this deal was played for a car). For each number she successfully rolls, I will light up a letter in the word TWENTY.
1. #5 (----T-)- $500
2. #3 (--E-T-)- $900 ($1,400); QUITS THIS DEAL FOR GOOD
Let's return to the Jonathan's Sketch Deal. Mary (dressed as a flight stewardness) is told that what Jonathan draws now has to do with Curtain #2 (Jonathan is given the clue with the bronze envelope this time). She thinks a bedroom's behind the middle curtain, but she instead settles for $600...well, she was incorrect, but there was a living room that included the Sony 40" LCD HDTV and a Blu-Ray Disc Player, all worth $4,434. After that, everybody in this morning's studio audience (including Mary) will receive a copy of "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel"!
THE BIG DEAL: Christina trades in her ATVs for a chance to win The Big Deal of the Day, which has a total value of $22,420. She chooses Door #3. The middle door contained a BMW G650 GS motorcycle valued at $8,340. Behind Door #1 was...the Bank Vault with $1,885 inside! And that means she's won...a Jeep Patriot Sport FWD (Std., Paint, CVT, #26E) and a $500 gas card! Besides the movies, a grand total of $52,159 in cash and prizes was given away today!
At the end of the last-taped episode for this season, while he's trying to make some Quickie Deals, Jonathan gets his revenge on Wayne by hitting him with a pie! This is followed by a PIE FIGHT BEHIND DOOR #2 INVOLVING THE REST OF THE STAFF!!!
Video Bonus #3: End-of-show pie fight!TPIR: The first four contestants to hear the magic words this week are Christy Baldoza, Ressonia Anderson, Denise Zupan and Christian Babikan from Pepperdine University. Behind Door #3 is the day's first IUFB, some camping equipment (Rachel).
Christy, who attends Texas Tech University, plays Temptation for the Nissan Altima (Amber at Door #2).
1. $949 cash box (Rachel)
SECOND NUMBER PICK: 9
2. Can-Am Renegade 500 EMI ATV (Manuela)
THIRD NUMBER PICK: 9
3. AbCoaster (Rachel)
FOURTH NUMBER PICK: 3
4. Black computer desk/hutch (Manuela)
LAST NUMBER PICK: 0
After looking to the audience on which numbers to change, she just simply decides to leave her PATHETIC car guess of $29,930 as it is, resulting in her getting the air horn, but at least she then walks with $9,697 in gifts. The ARP of the Altima was just $24,730.
DQ: Back-to-back 9s
Coming on down fifth is Reina Otaro and the second IUFB is an outdoor cooler (Manuela behind splitting sign).
Reina plays Flip-Flop (second episode in a row this Pricing Game has been played) for some outdoor furniture that includes a Broilermaster Premium Gas Grill (Amber at Door #3). Here's the board this time:
She Flips to $4,734...
$ 4 7 3 4
...and wins- I thought for sure she had underpriced all of that!
Sixth is Mark Brandt and the third IUFB is a Prada handbag and some shoes (Amber & Rachel).
Mark completes the First-Half Red Podium Sweep and this Calgary gas/oil company worker will play Cliff Hangers (Rachel) for a home theater system that includes the Samsung 52" LCD HDTV and a Blu-Ray Disc home theater system, along with a variety of Blu-Ray Disc movies, all worth $4,081 (Manuela at Door #3).
Eco-friendly wallet: $7- $15 ($17 left)
Travel mug: $21- $20 ($16 left)
Lemonade juice stand: $35- $29
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Reina ($5,233): $.95
Mark ($5,990): 15 + Half-Dollar = $.65
Christy ($10,613): 30 + 45 = Three Quarters; REINA QUALIFIES FOR SHOWCASE
Plugging in the red spot fourth is Alma Sarria and IUFB #4 is several of the SportsStuff inflatables (Amber at Door #3).
Resonya plays Danger Price (which is $1,173 today) for a Dell computer system (Rachel), a pair of Avalanche 1.0 mountain bikes (Rachel), a carolinachair.com English loveseat (Manuela) and an Oasis refrigerator/water dispenser (Manuela).
1. Cooler/refrigerator- $599
2. Loveseat- $1,510
FINAL PICK: Bikes- WIN! ($2,408)
The second player to go to the blue spot is James Schatcher and the fifth IUFB is the twin Nikon digital cameras w/ built-in projectors (Manuela inside the clam).
Good news, Denise & Christian- you have all overbid.
Now that the blue spot's on a roll, James from Los Angeles plays Stack the Deck (Amber) for the Chevrolet Equinox (Rachel at Door #3). Board:
If he gets at least the last two digits revealed for free, he's got a shot at this.
1. Pillsbury Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough & Heinz Ketchup
PICK: Ketchup- CORRECT; CHOOSES LAST DIGIT ($ _ _ , _ _ 4)
2. Gold Bond Foot Cream & Jumbo Space Bag
PICK: Space Bag- YOU BET; CHOOSES THIRD DIGIT ($ _ _ , 9 _ 4)
PICK: Medicine- $11.99
Does he win the $23,954 Equinox...NO, he's over at $25,984.
Leaving their chair last is Rupal Kalariya and the final IUFB is a his/her Atlas snowshoeing package (Rachel at the turntable). Denise & Christian will follow her in this final bidding round; not good news for either of them.
BOTH BANISHED TO FIRST FOUR BREAKFAST CLUB: Christian & Denise
Alma plays Double Prices in front of Contestant’s Row (Manuela) for a trip to the Renaissance Vancouver Hotel Harbourside in Canada (Amber at Door #2). She picks $5,210…no.
My lineup today:
2. Danger Price
4. Double Prices
5. Stack the Deck
6. Cliff Hangers
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
James ($860): Dime + 45 = $.55
Alma ($1,119): $.85
Resonya ($6,540): 55 + 20 = Three Quarters; ALMA GOES TO THE SHOWCASE
You’ll enjoy the waters with these prizes in Showcase #1- a motorized surfboard (Manuela at Door #1), a trip to the Barcelo Hotel & Resort in Cabo San Lucas (Manuela at Door #1; includes an eight-hour stay on a charter boat) and the green Maxum ski boat (Rachel at Door #2).
REINA BIDS 31 GRAND ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE WILLY
MY BID FOR TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE: $25,799
If Alma wins her Showcase, she could go to a penthouse suite in London (Amber at Door #4; also includes $2,000 spending money) before she drives back home in the Chevy HHR (Manuela at Door #3).
ALMA BIDS 28 GRAND ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $29,649
OVER- ALMA WINS!
Alma wins $32,983 in cash and stuff.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-2-1
TOTAL WINNINGS: $62,219
The Newlywed Game: Before the Game Show Kings can compete tomorrow, we have to let these three couples battle it out tonight:
Andre & Twa'lea (married half a year)
Daniel & Lindsay (married 5/6 of a year; Daniel's parents won a sofa and an encyclopedia during a Valentine's Day Episode on the syndicated "Newlywed" back in 1978!)
Ryan & Jennica (married five months)
Randy's Intro: "The queen of conversation starters"
1. Which of the following has ever been restrained in your bedroom- your mouth, hands or eyes?
2. When you and your wife are fooling around, what's the move she uses when she really wants to kick things up a notch?
3. What's the easiest thing someone can do to really piss off your wife?
2. Playing with his ears
3. Cut her off while she's talking
2. Kissing his chest area
3. Driving bad in front of her
2. Get up and light her magic candle
3. Touch her face
SECOND HONEYMOON TRIP AT STAKE: Windjammer Landing
1. Mouth- MATCH (5)
2. Putting on lingerie and doing a little dance- NO MATCH
3. Messing up her food order at a restaurant- NO MATCH
1. Hands- MATCH (5)
2. Cowgirl action- NO MATCH
3. Bad drivers- MATCH (10)
1. Hands- NO MATCH
2. Adding lingerie- NO MATCH
3. Touch her face- MATCH (5)
1. If your love-making was a wild and sexy stage show, what opening act do you most enjoy before the big performance- an elaborate pole dance, a filthy stand-up or an amazing sword swallower?
Miracle Whip Question of the Night: "Everyone knows I keep it really real, but if there's one thing about me that's fake, it's my ____________."
3. If your husband were to get pulled over in the bedroom, what would it be for- speeding, driving under the influence or running a red light?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "I'll never forget our first 'I love you'- we were in ____________, and ________ said it first."
BONUS: Fridays, I
BONUS: Phone, Daniel
2. Hair color
BONUS: Bed, Ryan
1. Stand-up- NO MATCH
2. Hairstyles- MATCH (15)
3. Speeding- MATCH (25)
BONUS: My house, Twa'lea- ONE MATCH (40)
1. Swallower- MATCH (20)
2. Hair color- NO MATCH
3. DUI- MATCH (30)
BONUS: His bed, Daniel- ONE MATCH (45)
1. Dance- NO MATCH
2. Shoe comfort from Ryan- NO MATCH (Carnie Wilson calls this the strangest answer they've ever heard on this version of the show)
3. Speeding- MATCH (15)
BONUS: His bed, Ryan- TWO MATCHES (TRIPLE to 45)
Ryan & Jennica: 5
Daniel & Lindsay: 35- THIS FAMILY HAS WON AGAIN ON THE SHOW!
Tonight's Consolation Prize: Cuisinart Elite 12-cup food processor
Daniel & Lindsay's parents join them on stage to close the episode!
WOF: This is Dads & Grads Week! The first Toss-Up category on the week is Rhyme Time:
S T U D Y
_ U D _ _
Brad & Jourdan solve STUDY BUDDY for $1,000.
$25,000 SPIN ID #1: AR01004
Let's meet the teams now, who are all of the father/daughter variety:
Brad & Jourdan Wise (Chino Hills, CA)- Jourdan's a soon-to-be high school graduate and a member of both a water pool and swim team, while Brad's a sergeant for the LAPD
Lauren & Rodney Tatum (Arleta, CA)- Lauren's graduating from UC-Riverside, while Rodney works for a public trasportation department in L.A.
Becca & Mickey Brice (Mesa, AZ)- Mickey's a pastor of a small church, while Becca's graduating from Arizona State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Music & Theatre
$2,000 Toss-Up category is Place:
_ A C K _ _ R D
T R _ _ / _ _ _ S E
Becca & Mickey solve BACKYARD TREE HOUSE for this week's house minimum of $2,000.
Eggland's Best Jackpot Round category is Before & After and out on the wheel now, sponsored by the upcoming movie "Shrek: Forever After" (which will open in theaters this Friday), is a $12,000 pair of trips to Edinburgh, Scotland. Becca & Mickey start things off on the wrong foot with the Bankrupt next to the $2,500 wedge. Secondly, Brad & Jourdan call two N's for $800 and a $900 D, then they buy two A's and call a $550 S and a $300 R. After they buy an E, they call a $500 G, a $900 C and buy two O's to clean out the vowels before lighting up a $600 P and two W's for another $900 and we have:
S _ O W E R
C A P
A N D / G O W N
They solve SHOWER CAP & GOWN for another $4,700 and $5,700 total.
SOLE BANKRUPT: Becca & Mickey
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $9,600
Prize Puzzle Round category is What Are You Doing? Brad & Jourdan begin this round with a $400 N, two G's for another $1,000 and buy three E's, then they call three R's for another $1,800, but they then hit Lose a Turn. Second, Lauren & Rodney call two T's for the trips and a $300 S, followed by the buying of two I's. After they put up a $300 C, a $500 H and buy the last remaining vowels, two A's, they call a $300 B but then spin LAT to likely say goodbye to $24,014 in cash and trips. Becca & Mickey then ring in with this showing after making an M appear for $300...
R E C H A R G I N G
M _ / B A T T E R I E S
...while I'M RECHARGING MY BATTERIES, Becca & Mickey add that little bit of money to their bank plus a pair of trips to the Pueblo Bonito Resort & Spa in Cabo worth $10,114, for a new total of $12,414 in cash and trips.
LATs: 2 (Brad & Jourdan, Lauren & Rodney)
TRIP SPIN ID: RL6168530
$25,000 SPIN ID #2: HB01674
IHOP Mystery Round category is Things. Lauren & Rodney are first with two T's for $1,200 and two N's while on the Mystery Wedge next to the Million Dollar Wedge. They flip it over...but they Bankrupt. Second, Becca & Mickey call four S's for $3,600, a $600 D and buy two A's and four E's before calling a $450 Y and purchasing a trio of I's. The board now:
_ _ _ T I _ _ E -
_ _ _ I _ E / A N D
E S S A Y
_ _ E S T I _ N S
They nail MULTIPLE-CHOICE AND ESSAY QUESTIONS for another $3,900 and a new total of $16,314 in cash and vacations.
SOLE BANKRUPT: Lauren & Rodney
$3,000 Toss-Up topic is Title:
_ H E / _ C A R _ _ T
_ _ _ _ _ _
Brad & Jourdan get "THE SCARLET LETTER" to move up to $8,700.
Speed-Up Round category is Phrase and consonants are worth...$1,500 apiece. After Brad & Jourdan call an H...
_ _ _ T _ N / T _
_ _ _ R / _ _ T H _ R
...they're incorrect with LISTEN TO YOUR FATHER, but they then give the right solution of LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER...A SPLIT-SECOND TOO LATE, which likely will cost them an additional $4,500. Lauren & Rodney then light up the first letter of this puzzle, L...
L _ _ T _ N / T _
_ _ _ R / _ _ T H _ R
...and come up with the correct solution in time to take home six grand! Brad & Jourdan leave with $8,700 and Becca & Mickey win with $16,314 in cash and voyages!
So far, $31,014 in cash and vacations has been given away tonight.
SOLE DQ: Brad & Jourdan (missolve)
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: $3,200
Maxwell House Big Money Round: For the first time in about a decade, the car prize on offer this week consists of two different vehicles, which are both Nissans- the Cube & the Xterra. After Mickey spins the W, the bonus puzzle category for the Brices is Person. Starting with:
_ _ _ T _ _ _ L
S _ _ E _ _ _ _
CDMA gives them...
_ A _ T _ _ _ L
S _ D E _ _ C _
...they quietly get SIDEKICK, but that's it. Without the F's, they can't solve FAITHFUL SIDEKICK (The late Ed McMahon was it for the late Johnny Carson) for $25,000, so they depart with $16,314 in cash and trips.
Pat's credit in this week's full credit roll: Flipper Gripper
Jeopardy!: The first three Tournament of Champions semi-finalists to compete are all five-time champions- Commander Dave Belote, Stefan Goodreau & Terry Linwood. As of this tournament, the words “Semi-Finalist” or “Finalist” will appear atop a contestant’s name while he/she is being introduced by Johnny Gilbert during any semi-final or final game.
HARK, IT’S ARKANSAS!
YANKEE STADIUM MOMENTS
“B”s ON BOTH ENDS
TERRY STARTS THIS GAME WITH THE $200 YANKEE STADIUM MOMENTS CLUE:
October 18, 1977: This Yankee star hits three home runs off the Dodgers in Game 6 of the World Series.
Dave: “Who is Reggie Jackson?”- CORRECT ($200); $400 YANKEE STADIUM MOMENTS CLUE
June 22, 1938: This German heavyweight boxer is beaten in the first round.
Dave: “Who is (Max) Schmeling?”- RIGHT ($600); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
June 21, 1990: After 27 years in prison, this South African’s first stop on a U.S. tour is to New York & Yankee Stadium.
Dave: “Who is (Nelson) Mandella?”- RIGHT ($1,200); $800 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
December 28, 1958: In “The Greatest Game Ever Played”, this quarterback leads the Colts over the Giants in the NFL title game.
Dave: “Who is (Johnny) Unitas?”- RIGHT ($2,000); FINAL YANKEE STADIUM MOMENT
October 4, 1965: Over 90,000 cram into Yankee Stadium as he celebrates the first Papal mass on American soil.
Stefan: “Who is John XXIII?”- INCORRECT (-$1,000)
Terry: “Who is Paul VI?”- CORRECT ($1,000); $200 “B”s ON BOTH ENDS CLUE
The opposite of a blockbuster at the box office.
Stefan: “Who is bomb?”- CORRECT (-$800); $400 “B”s ON BOTH ENDS CLUE
Cratchit or sideshow.
Terry: “What is bomb?”- RIGHT ($1,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
To divulge confidential info.
Stefan: “What is blab?”- RIGHT (-$200); $800 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
Slang for a short, written promotional statement.
Terry: “What is a blurb?”- RIGHT ($2,200); FINAL “B” CLUE
An early name for Google was this type of massage.
Dave: “What is back rub?”- YES INDEED ($3,000); $200 CUT! CLUE
To move text to another part of a computer document is called “Cut and” this.
Stefan: “What is Paste?”- YOU BET (NOTHING); $400 CLUE CUT TOLD BY KELLY MIYAHARA
When clipping a dog’s nails, be careful not to clip this part of the nail- blood vessels and nerves there will create pain for your pooch (this is also a synonym for “fast”).
Terry: “What is the cuticle?”- NO ($1,800)
Dave: “What is the quick?”- RIGHT ($3,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
Named for a NYC restaurant, this cut of beef contains Filet Mignon & NY separated by a big bone.
Dave: “What is Porterhouse?”- RIGHT ($4,000); $800 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
This “royal” cut of diamond is designed to get maximum brilliance from a square cut.
Dave: “What is princess?”- RIGHT ($4,800); FINAL CUT CLUE
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLYYYYY DOUBLE! He risks half on this clue:
The forte is the lower, sturdier part of a sword; this upper, weaker part of the blade also refers to any human flaw.
“What is the hilt?”…incorrect. The right part was the foiable, and we reach our first commercial break.
$200 BRITISH AUTHORS CLUE:
His professor, Dr. Joseph Bell, a master of diagnostic deduction, was his model for Sherlock Holmes.
Terry: “Who is Conan Doyle?”- RIGHT ($2,000); $400 BRITISH AUTHORS CLUE
He originally wrote “The Hobbit” to entertain his kids.
Stefan: “Who is (J.R.) Tolkien?”- CORRECT ($400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC
After a Fatwa was issued against him in February 1989, he went into hiding under police protection.
Terry: “Who is Salman Rushdie?”- RIGHT ($2,600); $800 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
He helped cover the Apollo 12 & 15 space missions with Walter Cronkite & Wally Schirra.
FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE NIGHT: Arthur C. Clarke
FINAL CLUE ON BRITISH AUTHORS:
In his memoir “Experience”, he explores his relationship with his author-father Kingsley.
TRIPLE STUMPER #2: Martin Amis
$200 HARK, IT’S ARKANSAS! CLUE:
Like Tennessee, Arkansas has a city named this, but it isn’t the “Country Music Capital of the World”.
Terry: “What is Nashville?”- OF COURSE ($2,800); $400 ARKANSAS CLUE
This presidential daughter was born in Little Rock, AR on February 27, 1980.
Stefan: “Who is Chelsea Clinton?”- CORRECT ($800); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC
A member of this illustrious and wealthy family was governor of Arkansas from 1967 to 1971.
Terry: “Who is (Winthrop) Rockefeller?”- RIGHT ($3,400); $800 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
The collapse of Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan was at the heart of this Arkansas scandal.
Terry: “What is Whitewater?”- RIGHT ($4,200); LAST ARKANSAS CLUE
State Line Avenue divides this city in Miller Country from the same-named city in the Lone Star State.
Terry: “What is Texarkana?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($5,200); FIRST CLUE ON TECH-TONICS
On January 27, 2010, this CEO announced his company’s latest creation, the iPad.
Stefan: “Who is Steve Jobs?”- CORRECT ($1,000)
The Bloggie one of these from Sony has a lens that swivels 270 degrees.
Stefan: “What is a camera?”- RIGHT ($1,400)
In 2000, tired of Malware, Patrick Kolla came up with this “Search & Destroy” software and gave it away for free.
Stefan: “What is Spybox?”- RIGHT ($2,000)
The GO 550 Live GPS from this double-talk company scouts both fuel prices & traffic problems.
Terry: “What is TomTom?”- RIGHT ($6,000)
FINAL CLUE OF THE ROUND:
The Blackberry Bold 9000 by R.I.M, this Canadian company, has a 624 MHz processor.
Dave: “What is Research in Motion?”- YES ($3,400)
LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $1,800
SCORES AFTER FIRST ROUND:
LESSER-KNOWN ART & ARTISTS
BEST PICTURE LETTER DROP
MASADA (the first, third and last clues on this topic are read by Alex Trebek from said city in Israel)
$400 CHEMISTRY CLUE:
In 1814, Jakob Berzelius proposed the idea of having these, instead of hieroglyphics, stand for the elements.
Stefan: “What are letters?”- CORRECT ($2,400); $800 CHEMISTRY CLUE
This stormy natural phenomenon is a cause of significant amounts of nitrogen oxides.
FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE ROUND: Lightning
MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY:
Bittern, a solution rich in bromines, is what’s left after this is crystallized from seawater.
Stefan: “What is salt?”- RIGHT ($3,600); $1,600 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYYY DOUBLE #1! He wagers face value on this:
It’s the conversion of a carbohydrate such as sugar into an acid or an alcohol.
“What is fermentation?”…is right to move to $5,200 and be just $800 shy of the lead!
FINAL CHEMISTRY CLUE:
These compounds contain the same types of atoms in the same proportions, but in different arrangements.
Dave: “What are ions?”- WRONG ($1,400)
TRIPLE STUMPER #4: Isomers
$400 MISSING LINKS CLUE:
Litmus _____ tube baby
Stefan: “What is test?”- RIGHT ($5,600); $800 MISSING LINK
Prom _____ palm
Dave: “What is queen?”- RIGHT ($2,200; “date” would’ve also been acceptable); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC
Hammer _____ rug
Terry: “What is throw?”- RIGHT ($7,200); $400 POLITICAL ANIMALS CLUE
In July 2009, Sarah Palin said she didn’t want to accept this status of late-term ineffectiveness, so bye-bye.
Stefan: “What is lame duck?”- RIGHT ($6,000); $800 POLITICAL ANIMALS CLUE
A “dog” this is something only canines can hear; politically, it’s a subtle signal to one’s base.
Dave: “What is a whistle?”- RIGHT ($3,000); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
They’re supposedly untouchable programs; in 2009, Washington Governor Gregoire said it’s time to put them out to pasture.
TRIPLE STUMPER #5: Sacred cows
$1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC:
Someone too liberal for his party may be dubbed a RINO, short for this “in name only”.
Dave: “What is Republican In Name Only?”- RIGHT ($4,600); FINAL CLUE ON POLITICAL ANIMALS
A candidate put forward to ease the way for another candidate is called a “Stalking” this.
Dave: “What is horse?”- RIGHT ($6,600); $1,600 MISSING LINK
Golden _____ trotter
Stefan: “What is globe?”- RIGHT ($7,600); FINAL MISSING LINK
Battle _____ Indian
Terry: “What is Creek?”- RIGHT ($9,200); $400 BEST PICTURE LETTER DROP CLUE
A chauffeured lady from 1989 joins Greg Louganis in competition.
Stefan: “What is Diving Miss Daisy?”- RIGHT ($8,000); $800 BEST PICTURE LETTER DROP CLUE
People from Copenhagen get to know wild canines when the letter C falls from the 1990 winner.
Stefan: “What is Danes With Wolves?”- RIGHT ($8,800); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
A NYC-set musical from 1961 becomes a member of Britain’s conservative party.
Terry: “What is West Side Tory?”- CORRECT ($10,400); $1,600 CLUE, SAME THEME
A quiet 1991 film minus a letter becomes this, as seen here.
Stefan: "What is Silence of the Labs?"- YES INDEED FOR THE LEAD! ($10,400); FINAL BEST PICTURE LETTER DROP CLUE
When a 1952 Cecil B. DeMille circus film loses a letter, there aren’t enough awards to give the pig.
Terry: “What is Greatest Sow on Earth?”- RIGHT FOR THE LEAD! ($12,400); $400 MASADA CLUE
The Romans would come out of their encampment down below and harried the defenders of Masada by hurling stones, such as this one, over the walls using this ancient artillery weapon.
Terry: “What is a catapult?”- RIGHT ($12,800); $800 MASADA CLUE
Masada is dominated by the remains of the palace of this infamous New Testament King called “The Great”.
Stefan: “Who is Herod?”- CORRECT ($11,200); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
The thousand defenders were able to survive for two years because they had more than a dozen of these defensive assets- collectors of water, from the Latin for “box”.
Dave: “What are cisterns?”- RIGHT ($7,800); $1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
The Roman attacking force, 15,000 strong, was the 10th one of these Roman military units.
TRIPLE STUMPER #6: Legions
The defenders chose death over surrender, and then they drew lots to determine who would get to kill the others; we get the story from this Roman historian, who had been in a lot-drawing situation himself as a Jewish fighter.
Terry: "Who is Josephus?"- RIGHT ($14,800); OPENING CLUE ON LESSER-KNOWN ART & ARTISTS
This saint welds a candy cane-like lance in Il Sodoma's painting of him slaying a dragon.
Stefan: "Who is Saint George?"- RIGHT ($11,600)
$1,600 (DD Hunting Alert):
In a painting by John William Waterhouse, this femme fatale offers a cup to Ulysses.
Terry: NOTHING ($13,200)
Stefan: "Who is Circe?"- RIGHT TO TIE THE GAME! ($13,200)
This Jewish woman's face is grimly composed in Gentileschi's painting of her slaying Holofernes.
TRIPLE STUMPER #7: Judith
Niccolo Dell'abbate painted "The Death of Eurydice", the wife of this guy.
Terry: "Who is Orpheus?"- RIGHT FOR A CHANCE AT THE OTHER DAILY DOUBLE! ($15,200)
He's risking the outright lead he just re-gained on the following:
He's been thrown from his horse & struck blind in Parmigiano's painting of "The Conversion of" this man.
"Who is Saul?"...IT WAS INDEED HIM TO DOUBLE HIS LEAD!
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,000
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,800
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $6,800
SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
Tonight, the 3/4 Final Jeopardy! betting situation is in play.
FJ! CATEGORY: 20th Century Thinkers.
Refusing to imprison this man for demonstrating during the 1960s, De Gaulle said, "One does not arrest Voltaire".
Commander Belote's response was "Who was (John Paul) Sartre?"...RIGHT! He should've wagered it all or close to that...BUT HE ONLY WAGERED $213, so he's all but out of it with $8,013. Stefan Goodreau...is wrong with "Who is (Albert) Camus?". His suggested wager was $4,001...AND THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HE RISKED, so he's still in it with $9,199 and Belote will be heading home with another $10K in his pockets. Terry Linwood did make the suggested bet of $9,201...
...BUT ALL HE WROTE DOWN IS NOTHING BUT UNREADABLE CRAP, SO AN ADDITIONAL $10K WILL BE COMING HIS WAY. THAT MEANS GOODREAU'S GOING TO THE FINALS!
DOND: A completely new week began with #14 Kelly Fantasia (who is an accident-prone woman who hopes to win enough so that she can go on a second honeymoon to Australia with the husband she’s been with for seven years).
1. #4 (Diane)- $500
2. #8 (Sharla)- $500,000
3. #10 (Melissa)- $2,500
4. #17 (Tim)- $5,000
5. #3 (Erica)- $200
OPENING OFFER: $15,000- NO DEAL
1. #1 (Vannyra)- $50
2. #11 (Lisa H.)- PENNY
3. #6 (Keith)- $7,500
4. #13 (Pablo)- $100,000
5. #5 (Danille)- $75,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED)
SECOND OFFER: $8,000- NO DEAL
1. #19 (Marilyn)- $1,000
2. #16 (Marisa)- $10
3. #12 (Marie Lynn)- $400
4. #22 (Shawn)- $100
THIRD OFFER: TRIPLE TO $24,000- NO DEAL
1. #2 (Mike)- $5
2. #21 (April)- $250,000 (BIG STRIKE ONE)
FOURTH OFFER: $6,000- NO DEAL
1. #9 (Al)- $25
2. #18 (Nicholas)- $300
FIFTH OFFER: SAME AS FIRST ONE- NO DEAL
19th PICK: #7 (Jeanette)- $25,000 (STRIKE TWO)
SIXTH OFFER: SAME AS FIRST AND FIFTH ONES- DEAL
20th PICK: #15 (Barbara)- $10,000
FINAL OFFER: $25K
Her case contained...the 50 big ones.
8: "Jeopardy!", "Let's Make a Deal", "Millionaire" & "The Newlywed Game"
7: "The Price is Right"
6: "Deal or No Deal" & "Wheel of Fortune"