LMAD: Let’s not dilly-dally around- we begin the week with a couples deal featuring Duane (dressed as a chef) & Laderra (dressed as a shower). Here are their options:
$800 (Wayne Brady)
Big box (Tiffany Coyne): WORK
Curtain #1 (Tiffany): PLAY
Blue small box (Jonathan Mangum): REST
They go with the money all the way out. In the big box was…a home office that included a HermanMiller chair and an HP computer system worth $4,386. The curtain furthest to the left had…a ZONK version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey! But in the smaller box was…a trip to the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa in St. Thomas worth $7,474.
The second pair of contestants today are Emanuel (dressed as a Poker player) and Alex (who’s wearing a black mask with a panda bear in his hands), and they get the Nine Checks Deal.
Alex gives back his check for what’s behind Curtain #2…the Velocity moped ($2,899). His check was worth...$75.
Emanuel decides to keep the check he’s got…but it only has $99 on it. Let’s see what he could have had behind Curtain #3…it was the Panasonic 40” LCD HDTV, a Yamaha home theater system and the Vudu box, a home entertainment package worth $1,728. Here were the rest of the checks:
FINAL CHECK: $3,500
Deal #3 is the Jonathan’s Sketch Deal. First up is Heather (who’s dressed as a cave girl), who gives the sketch to Beverly (who’s dressed as an Army girl) for what’s back at the big box…but she’s OUT with a DUD Merry-Go-Round. This deal will continue.
Next to make a deal are Linda (dressed as a blue Crayola crayon), Jonae (dressed as a flapper girl) and Christina (dressed as a female clown). They get to choose from three bronze envelopes, two of which have a $250 check inside, while the other has one for $500:
Christina buys what’s behind Curtain #1 for her $500…and there’s a dining room set worth $3,171. Linda & Janae then get to pick from two silver envelopes. One is worth $250, while the other is worth triple that amount:
Linda: $750 ($1,000)
Jonae: $250 ($500)
Linda then rejects the blue small box (Jonathan)…which contained some international breakfast dolls! Finally, Jonae is given the option of her three checks, including the mystery one inside the golden envelope, or what’s inside the blue box that Tiffany’s holding. She also cashes out…the last check happens to be worth two grand, for a total of $2,500. But could she have done better with the box…NO- she would’ve been crowned Miss ZONK 2010- PERFECT DEAL!
Next is the Rock, Paper, Scissors Deal with Jayme (dressed as a cowgirl) & Maria (dressed as a graduate).
Jayme: Green- SCISSORS
Maria: Blue- ROCK
After Jayme sits down with $100, Maria could either keep her C-note or buy one of the three envelopes, one of which will win her a Nissan Versa Sedan valued at $10,710 (Curtain #3). Her final decision is to keep the cash. If she had played on with the Scissors envelope…she would’ve been ZONKED! The car card was in the Rock envelope, which she could’ve very well chosen instead, since she won with the Rock just a few minutes ago.
Let’s get back to the drawing Jonathan was working on. Beverly can keep it or sell it for some cash. She’s offered $400 before she accepts $500. Her gut feeling was a washer/dryer…and she would have been CORRECT- it was a red one with a price tag of $2,008 (Curtain #2). Regardless of how she did, Christina moves on to play for the Big Deal of the Day.
THE BIG DEAL: One door has the Volkswagen Jetta ($21,700) behind it, and Christina thinks it’s behind Door #2. Let’s begin with Door #3, which had an Aspen ski trip valued at…$5,946. Now, does she win the automobile…NO, she trades down to $1,876 from the Bank Vault, making Alex the day’s top winner.
(Note: Door #1, which had the BD today, was revealed second.)
TPIR: Here are the first four people coming on down on Episode 5154K- Phillip Shipman, Soutchai Paulson, Reggie Polk and Meggie Nelson. The first IUFB is a Viking refrigerated beverage center (Rachel Reynolds-Delucci at the turntable).
With a good rooting section in this morning’s studio audience, Reggie, who just got back from serving in Iraq, plays One Right Price for the Segway (Manuela Arbelaez) and the Yamaha Clavinova digital piano (Lanisha Cole). After Rachel brings out the ORP of $5,885…he incorrectly places it on the piano, which cost $6,399 instead.
Fifth is Robert Little and the second IUFB is a T-Mobile cell phone with the one-year calling plan (Lanisha & Manuela).
Georgia native Meggie just broke a shoe when she comes up on stage, but maybe it’ll be a good luck charm for her when she plays Ten Chances (all prizes behind Door #3) for a world time clock (Rachel), the Craftsman lawn mower (Rachel) and the Nissan Altima (Std., Conv.)(Manuela).
POSSIBLE NUMBERS IN CLOCK: 0, 6 & 8
1. $86- DQ
2. $80- CORRECT
POSSIBLE NUMBERS IN LAWN MOWER: 0, 5, 8 & 9
3. $980- RIGHT
NUMBERS IN ALTIMA: 0, 2, 3, 4 & 7
4. $34,720- STAGE WILLY
5. $24,073- DQ
6. $24,730- WIN!!!
Considering her head wasn’t totally into the game, winning with only six chances is quite impressive- that broken shoe was indeed a good omen for her!
DQs: 2 (Zero Rule Violations)
Sixth is Carla Eisner and the third IUFB is a fireplace (Rachel behind the Giant Price Tag).
Soutchai from Sasktchewan, Canada plays Pushover (this is the second aired episode in a row to have this Pricing Game) for the JVC 47” LCD HDTV w/ the 160 GB iPod attached to the Import Advantage lift console (Lanisha at Door #2). Board:
She’s the second straight player in this PG to only send one of those tiny blocks to China, making her guess $6,547…
…and she wins!
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Reggie ($2,099): Two 55s
Souchai ($8,233): $.60
Meggie ($27,790): WINS WITH $.85!
Coming on down seventh is Pepperdine University student Adam Park from and the fourth IUFB is a pair of exercise bikes (Rachel behind splitting sign).
Phillip completes the First Four Sweep, so this Special Education high school teacher from Orange County, CA will play Hi-Lo for a Beachcomber Hot Tub worth $5,733 (Manuela at Door #3). The six groceries are the Space Bag, L’Oreal bright red nail polish, Sunsweet Ones, Gold Bond Ultimate Hand Sanitizer, 24 Chlor-Trimeton Allergy tablets and some of The Laughing Cow Light French Onion Cheese Dip.
Let’s see what he should’ve chosen:
DQ: Choosing the least expensive grocery item on the board
Next is Gisette Minasesian and the fifth IUFB is a Kenwood car audio system (Manuela inside the clam).
Robert plays Gas Money for the Jeep Wrangler (Std., Prot)(Lanisha)…but he loses the $22,496 Jeep right away, making this the first WIPEOUT here this season. Let’s see about the rest of the board:
(Note: Paint/fabric protection at Buerge Motor Car Company for at least this Jeep and the Ford Escape Hybrid is $581.)
Rich Fields last calls on Michelle Lynn and the final IUFB this morning is four pieces of Burton luggage (Lanisha & Rachel).
Because Carla was over by five bucks, Adam, who just graduated from Pepperdine with a degree in Philosophy, gets to play Cliff Hangers (Rachel) for a trip to Athens worth $6,767 (Manuela at Door #4). The trio of SPs consists of the duct tape wallet, a six-pack of Niagara Conservation light bulbs and a power converter.
Wallet: $28- $20 ($17 left)
Bulbs: $40- $35 ($12 left)
Converter: $40- BULLSEYE FOR THE WIN!
My PG lineup today:
1. One Right Price
2. Cliff Hangers
3. Ten Chances
6. Gas Money
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Phillip ($1,100): 20 + 35 = $.55
Robert ($1,950): $.85
Adam ($7,657): WINS $1,000 AND SHOWCASE BERTH!
The only way Adam can become the Top Winner in Monday’s Showcase is if he can win the $25,000 in his Bonus Spin…but he gets 55 cents instead.
Showcase #1 is a Harley-Davidson Showcase. First, you could ride one of their motorcycles during a 10-day American Southwest Motorcycle Tour (Lanisha at Door #4). Second, you might be playing pool on this Harley-Davidson pool table (Manuela & Rachel at Door #3). And before we end this Showcase, we must include this Harley Sportster Iron 883 (Rachel).
MEGGIE PASSES TO ADAM; ADAM BIDS $27,500 ON HARLEY-DAVIDSON SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR HARLEY-DAVIDSON SHOWCASE: $26,633
Meggie now has a chance to win the Trip of a Lifetime to Hawaii (Rachel at Door #2). This includes accommodations at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa, a helicopter tour of the island, a para-sailing ride along the Oahu coastline, a Ferrari Modena 360 Spyder rental and the chance to relax on a private yacht.
MEGGIE BIDS 28 GRAND ON HAWAII SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR HAWAII SHOWCASE: $29,277
LOSS- DOUBLE OVERBID #10
Meggie still leaves as the day’s big winner with $27,790 in prizes, while Adam heads home with $8,657 in cash and stuff.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $49,829
DOND: The last month of shows begins with Police Week and #14 Jerry Desmond. But he swaps out his briefcase for #3, which is being held by George.
1. #17 (Anthony)- $100
2. #22 (Michael)- PENNY
3. #13 (Patrick)- $500,000 (his original case was ONE OFF the big one; that's the second episode in a row that's happened!)
4. #21 (Rich)- $5,000
5. #6 (Greg)- $250,000
OPENING OFFER: $4,000- NO DEAL
1. #1 (Dan)- $1,000
2. #5 (Diana)- $25,000 (DANGER ZONE ENFORCED ALREADY)
3. #18 (Todd)- $100,000 (STRIKE ONE)
4. #4 (Angelique)- $300
5. #10 (Bob)- $200
SECOND OFFER: $6,000- NO DEAL
1. #19 (Andres)- $2,500
2. #12 (Tiffany)- $10,000
3. #16 (Marty)- $500
4. #20 (Shanna)- $400
THIRD OFFER: $9,000- NO DEAL
1. #7 (Joe)- $75,000 (STRIKE TWO; VERY LIMITED SAFETY NET LEFT)
2. #11 (Andre)- $7,500 (NO SAFETY NET LEFT)
FOURTH OFFER: $2,500- NO DEAL
1. #9 (Rosemarie)- $25
2. #15 (Tara)- $50
FIFTH OFFER: $7,500- NO DEAL
19th PICK: #2 (Vera)- $5
SIXTH OFFER: $14,000- DEAL
20th PICK: #8 (Rachel)- $50,000; PERFECT DEAL!
His final case contained...$10, which is 10 times the amount he had in his old one.
The Newlywed Game: Monday night's couples:
Todd & Sherene (married a month shy of two years)
Gerald & Oluwatope (married 1 3/4 years)
Tyler & Kelbe (married seven months)
Randy's Intro: "America's most beloved marriage meddler"
1. Which of the following best describes your wife's best body part- The Alps, Outback or Down Under?
2. When your wife leaves the house and you know you'll be alone for a while, what's the first thing you do?
3. What's the one bedroom maneuver that your wife just can't seem to get the hang of?
2. Watch ESPN
2. Watch TV
2. Call his guys
3. Doggy Style
SECOND HONEYMOON TRIP AT STAKE: St. Croix (The Buccaneer)
1. Outback- MATCH (5)
2. Watch ESPN or go to ESPN.com- MATCH (10)
3. Doggy Style- NO MATCH
1. Outback- NO MATCH
2. Take his clothes off- NO MATCH
3. Being on top- ACCEPTABLE (5)
1. Outback- MATCH (5)
2. Play a video game- NO MATCH
3. 69- NO MATCH
1. When you take a solo trip to O-Town, do you get there the old-fashioned way, or is there some kind of technology involved?
2. Complete the following: "The one night I would love to erase from my memory is the night we went to _____________."
Ladies Home Journal Question of the Night: If your husband won a grant tomorrow to start a new type of business, what would his company do?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "The sexiest thing in my closet is ________________, and the least sexy thing I own is _________________."
2. The airport
BONUS: Todd's lingerie, his oversized large sweatshirt
2. Mexico on their honeymoon cruise
3. Start an education institute
BONUS: Heels, her periods
2. Our wedding night
BONUS: Her lingerie/underwear, pajamas
1. Old-fashioned- MATCH (20)
2. The airport- MATCH (30)
3. Networking- NO MATCH
BONUS: Lingerie, gigantic black sweatshirt- WIN! (DOUBLE to 60)
1. Technology- MATCH (15)
2. Hooters- NO MATCH
3. Something with education- MATCH (25)
BONUS: Lingerie, pair of flannel pajamas- OUT
1. Technology- NO MATCH
2. Look for houses- NO MATCH
3. Construction- MATCH (15)
BONUS: Lingerie, sweater- ONE MATCH (DOUBLE to 30)
Reeds Romance Moment of the Night: Sherene & Todd after their second match in Round 2
Tonight's Consolation Prize: Cuisinart cookware
WOF: It's the first week of the second Thanks a Million! Sweepstakes, and we begin it with a salute to Andy Nguyen & Pat Sajak's hometown of Chicago! But, I would like to warn you that on the first week of the debut edition of this sweepstakes, we got SKUNKED. Let's hope that history does not repeat itself as we continue our quest towards avoiding the dreaded Bonus Round Shutout all season long.
The first Toss-Up category is Place:
_ _ _ / _ _ _ _ Y
_ _ _ _
Scott wastes no time solving Chicago's nickname, THE WINDY CITY, for $1,000.
FIRST $25,000 SPIN ID: KMo6594
Here are tonight's contestants:
Scott Silwick (Tucson, AZ)- Geological engineer
Heather Cone (San Diego; originally from Illinois)- Audio Audiology doctoral student
Vivian Moore (Orlando; originally from Detroit)- Facility maintenance worker for the area's public transportation system; she's also a college student and wants to be an EMT somebody
$2,000 Toss-Up category is Rhyme Time:
_ / H I _ T
_ _ / _ _ N T
Scott guesses A HINT OF MINT...correct for another $2,000.
IHOP Jackpot Round category is Person. All this week, the trips placed on the wheel before the first main round will be to Chicago; the one on offer tonight is to the Omni Hotel worth $5,600. He first calls two T's for that trip, two A's while on Free Play, but then a dud of N. Secondly, Heather calls two R's for $900 but she then buys a dud vowel in O. Third, Vivian calls a $300 H, but next comes a dud of S. Back to Scott, who calls a T for a $1,000 cash gift tag from Harry Carey's Restaurant and a $400 D, then he buys three E's, lights up a $550 C and we have...
C E _ E _ R A T E D
_ _ A _ _ R _ G H T
...he knows Tennessee Williams is an example of a CELEBRATED PLAYWRIGHT (although he gets a bit tongue-tied on the first word) for another $1,700 and the vacation, giving him a new total of $10,300 in cash and Chicago.
DUDS: $500 H (Heather), $600 N (Scott), O (Heather)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $8,300
Time now for a Before & After puzzle, and Heather starts it out with a $550 R and a $900 M to fill out the first word of MR. After she buys two E's, she calls three T's for another $2,400, two H's for another $600 and buys three A's before putting up a $550 D and purchasing a trio of O's to clean out the vowels. Following that, she lights up a $300 P, an $800 F and two S's for an additional $600 before we see this...
M R . / P O T A T O
H E A D
O F / T H E / _ _ A S S
...she solves MR. POTATO HEAD OF THE CLASS for $5,950.
$25,000 SPIN ID #2: PB00982
Meineke Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round category is Phrase. We lead off this time with Vivian, who calls an instant dud of R. Second, Scott calls three N's for $1,800, buys the I at the start of this puzzle and two E's, calls a D for the Wild Card and purchases five A's before dudding out with the Y. Third, Heather hits the Bankrupt next to the $3,500 wedge. Back over to Vivian, she calls a $3,500 H but she then purchases the only dud vowel on the board (U). Scott then puts up a T for the same amount, but he elects to hold onto the WC. Afterwards, he calls a quartet of S's for another two grand and buys the last remaining vowels, a pair of O's, before ringing in with the following...
I ' _ _ / _ A _ _ / A S
S O O N / A S / T H E
_ _ A N E / _ A N D S
...he'll be saying "I'LL CALL AS SOON AS THE PLANE LANDS" for an extra $6,300 and his second trip, which is to the Divi South Winds Beach Resort in Barbados worth $5,450, making his new total $22,050 in cash and trips. But if he had used that WC, he probably would be over the $30,000 mark by now.
DUDS: $300 R (Vivian), U (Vivian), $800 Y (Scott)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Heather
TRIP SPIN ID: TH0014253 (Tinh H. from California)
$3,000 Toss-Up subject is Fun & Games:
I _ _ / H _ C _ _ Y
Vivian knows that the Chicago Blackhawks play ICE HOCKEY to get on the board.
Speed-Up Round category is What Are You Doing? and consonants will all pay off at...$1,600 apiece. After Scott calls the B...
M _ _ _ N G / _ _ T
_ _ _ _ / _ / B _ N D _ T
...he's MAKING OUT LIKE A BANDIT for $6,400 more and a winning match total of $28,450 in cash and prizes; his WC also goes to the endgame! Heather leaves with $5,950 and Vivian will receive three large.
So far, $37,400 in cash and merchandise has been given away tonight.
DUDS: R (Vivian), S (Heather)
Maxwell House Big Money Round: If Scott's successful here tonight, not only will we tie the amount of BR wins from all of last season at 72, he'll either win a Buick Enclave or as much as $100,000. He spins the R and the category is Phrase. Starting with:
T _ R _ _
_ / _ _ S _
After he calls M, C, D and O, he makes H his WC Choice...
T H R O _
_ / _ _ S H
...he's incorrect originally with THROW A FISH, but he then earns the right to THROW A BASH with...
...$30,000, making his final winnings $58,450, and increasing the Feeding America Bonus Round Charity Bank to $65K!
We wrap things up by seeing a picture of Pat Sajak singing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" at Wrigley Field, as well as hear the story of Vanna White performing the exact same song on one of his later visits to that ballpark!
Jeopardy!: Pat’s now ready to compete in his Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational game against Jane Curtin & Harry Shearer! The winners of each of these semi-final games DO NOT win any additional money for their charities, but will move on to the Million-Dollar Final. The runners-up each receive an extra $50K apiece for their causes.
Here are tonight’s first six categories:
NO WAY! IT’S NORWAY!
“Joy of Cooking”
WHEN “GH” SOUNDS LIKE F
PAT GETS THIS GAME STARTED WITH THE $200 WHEN “GH” SOUNDS LIKE F CLUE:
Proverbially, you can do this “…out of the other side of your mouth”.
Jane: “What is laugh?”- CORRECT ($200); $400 “GH” CLUE
A person difficult to know or convince is a this nut to crack.
Pat: “What is tough?”- YOU BET ($400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
This long, narrow receptacle holds food for animals.
Pat: “What is a trough?”- RIGHT ($1,000); $800 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
It means having a coarse surface; you can find it bordering a golf fairway.
Jane: “What is a rough?”- RIGHT ($1,000); FINAL “GH” CLUE
An adequate quantity.
Pat: “What is enough?”- RIGHT ($2,000); $200 LITERARY CHARACTERS CLUE
Robinson Crusoe writes, “I made him know his name should be…” this, “…which was the day I saved his life”.
Jane: “Who is Friday?”- RIGHT ($1,200); $400 LITERARY CHARACTERS CLUE
In “To Kill a Mockingbird”, Recluse Arthur Radley is known by this nickname.
Pat: “Who is Boo?”- RIGHT ($2,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
In “A Streetcar Named Desire”, Mitch is a more genteel friend of this man.
Harry: “Who is Stanley?”- CORRECT ($600); $800 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
This greedy individual died seven years before the narrative opens in “A Christmas Carol”.
Harry: “Who is Scrooge?”- INCORRECT (-$200)
Pat: SAME AS HARRY ($1,600)
Jane: “Who is Bob Marley?”- ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE, AND THAT’S THE FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE NIGHT ($400)(Correct response: Who was Jacob Marley?)
$200 MUSIC FESTIVALS CLUE:
It was billed as “An aquarian exposition in White Lake, N.Y., 3 days of peace & music”.
Harry: “What was Woodstock?”- CORRECT (NOTHING); $400 MUSIC FESTIVALS CLUE
Telluride’s festival for this “colorful” style of country music is a good place to fiddle around.
Harry: “What is Bluegrass?”- RIGHT ($400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC
DAILY DOUBLE! He risks half his current score on this clue:
The Beale Street Music Festival in this city has been called the “Mardi Gras of the Mid-South”.
“What is Memphis?”…is correct to put him solely in second place for now with $600.
$800 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY:
Founded by Hugh Hefner, this two-day festival has been grooving at the Hollywood Bowl since 1979.
Harry: “What is the Playboy Jazz Festival?”- RIGHT ($1,400); FINAL CLUE ON MUSIC FESTIVALS
In 2006, year-long festivals in Salzburg & Vienna celebrated his 250th birthday.
Harry: “Who is Mozart?”- SWEEP! ($2,400); $200 NO WAY! IT’S NORWAY! CLUE
The original site of this city, Norway’s largest, was east of the Aker River, which it now straddles.
Jane: “What is Oslo?”- CORRECT ($600); FIRST BREAK
$200 JOY OF COOKING CLUE:
For Thanksgiving, “Joy of Cooking” suggests starting out with a bisque made with these shucked bivalves.
Jane: “What are oysters?”- RIGHT ($800); $400 JOY OF COOKING CLUE
Under “Hot Dogs”, there’s a Mexican dog topped with salsa and a German dog topped with this fermented cabbage.
Pat: “What is sauerkraut?”- RIGHT ($2,000); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
The section on “Pasta, Noodles and Dumplings” includes a recipe for these Chinese dumplings served in soup.
Pat: “What are wontons?”- RIGHT ($2,600); $800 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
For your Super Bowl party, the book recommends the traditional dip of this many layers.
Pat: “What is nine?”- OOPS ($1,800)
TRIPLE STUMPER #2: Seven
FINAL CLUE ON JOY OF COOKING:
Move over, Lea & Perrins—“Joy of Cooking” has a recipe for this made with walnut catsup, vinegar & anchovy essence.
Pat: “What is Worchestershire Sauce?”- RIGHT ($2,800); $400 NO WAY! IT’S NORWAY! CLUE
In 1814, the Norwegian Parliament accepted this country’s King Charles XIII to rule Norway as well.
TRIPLE STUMPER #3: Sweden
MIDDLE NO WAY! IT’S NORWAY! CLUE:
Norway occupies the western side of this peninsula.
Jane: “What is the Scandinavian Peninsula?”- CORRECT ($1,400); LAST LITERARY CHARACTERS CLUE
In his “Secret Life”, this James Thurber character imagines himself as a surgeon and a WWI soldier.
Jane: “Who is Walter Mitty?”- RIGHT ($2,400); $1,000 PEOPLE CLUE (High School Strategy Alert)
We believe the only Canadian political wife to make the cover was this one linked in the ‘70s to players like Mick Jagger.
Jane: “Who is Margaret Trudeau?”- RIGHT ($3,400); $800 PEOPLE CLUE
A 2000 issue had Caroline Kennedy on the cover with the line “Profile in” this.
Harry: “What is Courage?”- CORRECT ($3,200); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
A 2010 story informed us that Mike Sorrentino, aka The Situation, is loving his new fame as part of this show.
Jane: “What is ‘Jersey Shore’?”- OF COURSE ($4,000); $1,000 NO WAY! IT’S NORWAY CLUE
Norway rakes it in off this resource and has high hopes for more from the Goliat Field in the Barents Sea.
Jane: “What is oil?”- RIGHT ($5,000); FINAL NORWAY CLUE FOR $800
For its continuous daylight from mid-May through July, the far north of Norway is called “The Land of” this.
Jane: “What is The Midnight Sun?”- RIGHT ($5,800); $400 PEOPLE CLUE
The magazine loves those “mid-life moms”, like this actress who’s “Pretty in pink…and blue!”.
Jane: “Who is Molly Ringwald?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($6,200); FINAL CLUE OF THE ROUND FOR $200
In April 2010, People reported this daughter of Tom Cruise is turning four with a style all her own.
Harry: “Who is Suri?”- CORRECT ($3,400)
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $800
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $2,400
SCORES AFTER FIRST ROUND:
WORK THOSE APPS!
BRITS & AUSSIES ON TV
OUT OF YOUR LEAGUE
BEFORE & AFTER: SINGERS & PRESIDENTS
HE DIED A DEADLY DEATH
$400 BEFORE & AFTER CLUE:
I’m the “Tutti Frutti” singer who also made a historic visit to China.
Harry: “Who is Little Richard Nixon?”- CORRECT ($3,800); $400 HOMOPHONES CLUE
Walk through water, or measured the ounces of something.
Jane: “What is wade/weighed?”- YES ($6,600); $800 HOMOPHONES CLUE
Egotistical, or a blood vessel.
Jane: “What is vain/vein?”- RIGHT ($7,400); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
High-strung, or shelters for camping.
Pat: “What is tense/tents?”- CORRECT ($4,000); $1,600 CLUE, SAME TOPIC
A small sailing vessel, or a Southern contraction used to address two or more people.
Pat: “What is yawl/y’all?”- RIGHT ($5,600); FINAL HOMOPHONE
Sterile, like some women, or a member of the lowest grade of nobility, like some men.
Pat: “What is chased/chaste?”- NO ($3,600)
Harry: “What is barren/baron?”- CORRECT ($5,800); $800 BEFORE & AFTER CLUE
I sang “Atomic” as part of Blondie and also made the decision to use the atomic bomb.
Jane: “Who is Debbie Harry Truman?”- RIGHT ($8,200); $400 BRITS & AUSSIES ON TV CLUE
In the 1990s, she played “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”.
Jane: “Who is Jane Seymour?”- RIGHT ($8,600); $800 BRITS & AUSSIES ON TV CLUE
He’s gotten high praise for his American accent and his role as the curmudgeonly Dr. House.
Harry: “Who is Hugh Laurie?”- RIGHT ($6,600); MIDDLE BEFORE & AFTER CLUE
“B-B-B-B-Bennie!”- Bennie Franklin! You & I negotiated peace with Britain in the 1780s.
FIRST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THIS ROUND: Elton John Adams
MIDDLE CLUE ON BRITS & AUSSIES:
Michelle Ryan was “Better, stronger, faster” as Jaime Sommers in the 2007 remake of this series.
Jane: “Who is ‘Wonder Woman’?”- NO WAY ($7,400)
Pat: “Who is ‘The Bionic Woman’?”- YOU BET ($4,800); $1,600 CLUE, SAME CATEGORY
Before he was “The Mentalist”, this Aussie played “The Guardian”.
TRIPLE STUMPER #5: Simon Baker
$1,600 BEFORE & AFTER CLUE:
Helping win The Mexican War was nothing compared to being CMA Entertainer of the Year as a teenager.
TRIPLE STUMPER #6: Zachary Taylor Swift
FINAL BEFORE & AFTER CLUE:
Despite meeting “Mary Jane” & a “Super Freak”, I never married; I’m…
TRIPLE STUMPER #7: Rick James Buchanan
$400 OUT OF YOUR LEAGUE CLUE:
It includes Princeton & The University of Pennsylvania.
Pat: “What is the Ivy League?”- RIGHT ($5,200); $800 OUT OF YOUR LEAGUE CLUE
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYY DOUBLE #1! He wagers four big ones. To take back the lead, here’s the clue:
“Happy mothers, breasted babies” is the motto of this league whose name includes the Spanish for “milk”.
HE BLANKS OUT! Too bad. That phrase was referring to La Leche, putting him deeper in last place with $1,200.
MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC:
It’s what the “AD” stands for in the ADL, a league that’s been fighting Bigotry since 1913.
Jane: “What is the Anti-Defamation League?”- RIGHT ($8,600); $1,600 CLUE, SAME SUBJECT
Celebrating its 90th Anniversary in 2010, this non-Partisan political organization is open to men as well.
Jane: “What is League of Women Voters?”- RIGHT ($10,200); FINAL OUT OF YOUR LEAGUE CLUE
The name of this Northern European trade league comes from the Medieval German for “guild”.
Jane: “What is the Hanseatic League?”- RIGHT AGAIN ($12,200); FINAL CLUE ON BRITS & AUSSIES
Aussie actress Rachel Griffits & Welsh actor Matthew Rhys play two of Sally Field’s children on this series.
Jane: “What is ‘Brothers & Sisters?’”?- RIGHT AGAIN ($14,200; Lock Game Territory Alert); $400 WORK THOSE APPS! CLUE
The iFitness app’s exercises screen is organized alphabetically by muscle groups; these stomach muscles are first.
Pat: “What are abs?”- CORRECT ($1,600); $800 APPS CLUE
The Runkeeper app uses GPS to track distance, speed & other data for a host of other activities, such as this Bode Miller sport.
Pat: “What is snowboarding?”- WRONG ($800)
TRIPLE STUMPER #8: Skiing
MIDDLE CLUE, SAME CATEGORY:
Gym Goal Lite enables users to calculate both BMI, Body Mass Index, & BMR, Basal this Rate.
TRIPLE STUMPER #9: Metabolic
$1,600 CLUE, SAME THEME:
The “Relax” entry in this app series provides detailed descriptions of poses, including their Sanskrit names.
Harry: “What is Yoga?”- CORRECT ($8,200); $400 HE DIED A DEADLY DEATH CLUE
On January 28, 1547, after a physical & mental decline, this King of England was (surprisingly) survived by his wife Catherine.
Jane: “Who is Henry VIII?”- RIGHT ($14,600); $800 DEATH CLUE
This political legend of Texas had a problem—a serious problem—on July 26, 1863.
Harry: “Who was Sam Houston?”- YES INDEED ($9,000); MIDDLE CLUE, SAME TOPIC
After his death at 78 on July 1, 1974, Argentina could cry for this three-time President, too.
Harry: “Who was Juan Peron?”- RIGHT ($10,200); $1,600 CLUE, SAME NECK OF THE WOODS
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYYY DOUBLE #2! He also makes a $4K bet, but this time on the following:
On November 8, 1887, TB claimed the life of this O.K. Corral vet; he’s pretty famous for an ex-dentist.
He does NOT come up with “Who is Doc Holliday?”, dropping him to $6,200 and putting Curtin back in LGT for right now.
FINAL DEATH CLUE:
After the Second Battle of Philippi in 42 B.C., this Roman general could have said, “Et tu, me?”, as he killed himself.
Harry: “Who is Brutus?”- RIGHT ($8,200); FINAL CLUE OF THE ROUND IN WORK THOSE APPS!
Fitdeck helps users with this “timely” training in which short, intensive exercises alternate with slow, easy activity.
LAST TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE ROUND: Interval training
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $800
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $9,600
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $10,400
SCORES AFTER DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
Pat: $800- MATHEMATICALLY ELIMINATED
It’s Crush time.
FJ! CATEGORY: U.S.A.
Chocolate Avenue & Cocoa Avenue are two of the main thoroughfares in this town that was established in 1903.
Response: “What is Hershey, PA.”
Final score: $1,600
Harry Shearer…did the exact same thing Pat Sajak did, meaning he jumps to $16,400! But how about Jane Curtin…she completes the sweep and risked $4K, making her the first finalist!
Conclusion of Olivia Birdsall's game
Start of Meryll Hansen's game
8: "Jeopardy!", "Millionaire", "The Newlywed Game" & "Wheel of Fortune"
7: "Deal or No Deal"
6: "The Price is Right"
5: "Let's Make a Deal"