Thursday, June 17, 2010

6/17/2010 Results

TPIR: As promised, Lonestar is here the whole time on Episode 5214K, playing some musical cues at times as the morning's house band behind Door #3! After we hear Rich Fields announce our First Four (while Lonestar's playing the show's theme!), Kendall Evans, Shantra Dickerson, David Moudy & Katelyn Skorka, the first IUFB is the two Fender guitar's they're holding onto right now (and they're playing the cue for it; they'll also play us out after each commercial break).

Katelyn: $900
David: $1,450
Shantra: $1,200
Kendall: $901

ARP: $2,700

Once he gets up to the home base area, David picks Drew Carey up! And Drew will have to run for cover if David wins this Scion tC (Std., AT, Bluetooth, Net)(Manuela at Door #2) in Cover Up. Board:

First number: 1 or 3?
Second number: 1, 3 or 8?
Third number: 0, 1, 8 or 9?
Fourth number: 1, 3, 4, 5 or 7?
Last number: 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 or 9?

OPENING DUD PRICE: $20,580

His first guess is $18,975...the first three numbers are right. He secondly locks in $18,959...AND MAXES OUT. ARP: $18,918. I probably wouldn't have won this car, either.

Fifth is Julia Beardsley and the second IUFB is a pair of Tissot watches that Amber's holding.

Julia: $750
Chauntra: $800
Kendall: $600
Katelyn: BUCK

ARP: $950

Chauntra plays One Right Price for the Crosley jukebox package that includes a $500 iTunes gift card and the 160 GB iPod Classic (Lanisha) and one of the Mizerak pool tables (Manuela). Amber's holding the ORP of $2,245, and Chauntra agrees with me on the musical stuff...and it is! The table was only $1,250.

Coming on down as the sixth contestant is Debbie Anthony and IUFB #3 is a selection of the Zojirushi appliances (Manuela behind the GPT).

Debbie: $599
Kendall: $400
Katelyn: $450
Julia: $600

ARP: $850

Julia from Port Hueneme, CA plays Pushover for an Ashley living room group w/ a 52" Pantel Outdoor Waterproof HDTV (Lanisha at Door #2). Board:

120579917

She pushes to $5,799, which doesn't sound right to me at all...but it is indeed!

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
David ($2,700): $.95
Chauntra ($4,445): 55 + 20 = Three Quarters
Julia ($6,649): WINS $1,000 AND SHOWCASE BERTH!

Does Julia hit paydirt with her Bonus Spin just like Bradley Sarian did yesterday...YES WITH THE $10,000 NICKEL!

Afterwards, Ryan Mazuca heads on down to the blue podium and the fourth IUFB is a selection of designer accessories (Amber behind rising sign).

Ryan: $1,850
Debbie: $799
Kendall: $2,000
Katelyn: $1,300


ARP: $1,800

Katelyn takes advantage of Ryan's $50 overbid to play Range Game for a trip to Orlando (Manuela at Door #4). The range is $4,900-$5,600, and she freezes up the board at $5,133-$5,283...but the trip's $5,337.

Going red second is Ronald Inglehart and the next-to-last IUFB is twin Randy Ross Stepper Bicycles (Amber & Manuela).

Ronald: $700
Ryan: $800
Debbie: $3,400 (STAGE WILLY)
Kendall: $801

ARP: $1,600

Kendall, the last of the First Four to make it out of Contestant's Row, plays Pass the Buck for the Chevrolet Aveo5 (Lanisha).

1.
Quaker Strawberries & Cream Oatmeal: $3.49
Ragu Pizza Sauce: $1.89
PICK: Sauce- INCORRECT

2.
Gold Bond Ultimate Lotion (tube): $6.18
Space Bag: $6.99
PICK: Lotion- $7.18

BIG BOARD:

1. #4- DUD
2. #3- WINS $5K

Rest of the board:

#1- $3K
#2- $1K
#5- DUD
#6- CAR

Finally comes Rosanell Martin and the last IUFB on the train (conducted by Lanisha) is flowers for a year (Manuela).

Rosanell: $750
Ronald: $800
Ryan: $1,150
Debbie: $550

ARP: $900

Ronald plays Danger Price (which is $2,100, BTW) for the Harman/Kardon home theater speaker system (Amber), the Sony eco-friendly 52" LCD HDTV (Amber), one of the Honda CRF 100 motorcycles (Lanisha) and double FujiFilm cameras (Lanisha).

1. Motorcycle- $2,699
2. TV- LOSS

Rest of the stuff here:

Stereo- $1,798
Cameras- $865

My lineup would've gone like this:

1. One Right Price
2. Cover Up
3. Danger Price
4. Range Game
5. Pass the Buck
6. Pushover

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Ronald ($900): 20 + BUCK = OVER BY TWO DIMES
Katelyn ($1,800): Quarter + 30 = $.55
Kendall ($6,600): WINS WITH $.60!

The first Showcase (all modeled by Amber) has a Dell computer system (in front of Door #1 to the left), a Pioneer car satellite radio system (in front of Door #1 to the right) and the Ford Focus S (Std., AT, Prot)(inside Door #1).

JULIA PASSES TO KENDALL; KENDALL BIDS 27 GRAND ON CAR SHOWCASE- STAGE WILLY

MY BID FOR CAR SHOWCASE: $20,899

This second Showcase features Lonestar singing "Party Heard Around the World"! The prizes in this extravaganze are a Lonestar package that includes their CDs (to the right of Door #3; everybody in today's studio audience gets a copy of their "Party Heard Around the World" CD), a trip to one of their concerts in Del Mar, CA (to the left of Door #3; includes limo service, backstage passes and a meet & greet session) and the ElectraCraft party boat (Lanisha & Manuela at Door #2).

JULIA BIDS $21,200 ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE- UNINTENTIONAL STAGE GARF

MY BID FOR TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE: $28,813

JULIA'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $21,200
ARP: $26,275
DIFFERENCE: $5,075

KENDALL'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $27,000
ARP: $21,357
OVER- JULIA WINS!

Julia concludes this three-day week by winning $43,924 in cash and prizes.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 2-3-1
TOTAL WINNINGS: $60,369

Next Friday, there will be at least one Daytime Emmys '10 Showcase featuring former "Bingo America" host Patrick Duffy and Peter Bergman; whoever wins their Showcase will also get a trip to The 37th Annual Daytime Emmys in Las Vegas!

CC: Beth, Brian & Simon start this Thursday episode off by playing a 34-block game to 2nd & 30th.

$50 Round:
1. Treating chihuahuas with bad “Chi“, what needle-based Chinese practice is increasingly used on pets with arthritis?
Guess: Acupuncture- CORRECT ($50)
2. A staple of the playground, what synonym for “louse” is believed to derive from the Malaysian word “kutu”?
Guess: Cooties- RIGHT ($100)
3. Lagging behind Vegas, what Central Florida city has the second-highest number of hotel rooms in the U.S.?
Guess: Orlando- YES INDEED ($150)
4. In a hypothetical conversion to metric, what famous Ray Bradbury novel would be called “Celsius 233”?
Guess: “Fahrenheit 451”- RIGHT ($200)

$100 Round:
1. Sometimes called “The Curse of the Celts”, what chronic skin problem gives Bill Clinton his reddish, ruddy complexion?
Guess: Rosation- RIGHT ($300)
2. Born with the first name Pioush, what Louisiana governor changed his name to reflect his love of “The Brady Bunch”?
Mobile Shout-Out: Beth calls her friend Stan, who wastes no time saying Bobby Jindal.
Guess: Bobby Jindal- RIGHT ($400)
3. Reminiscent of rodeo, what potent brand of herbicide was first marketed by Monsanto in 1973?
Guess: Roundup- RIGHT ($500)
4. Meaning “little box” in French, what audio format was introduced by Phillips Electronics in 1963?
Guess: Cassette- RIGHT AGAIN ($600)

$200 Round:
1. In the field of Game Theory, what’s the term for a cutthroat situation where one man’s loss is another man’s gain?
Guess: Zero Sum- RIGHT AGAIN ($800)
RED LIGHT CHALLENGE: In ice hockey, seven nations rule the rink. Name five of those countries that make up the so-called Big Seven of hockey.
Correct countries given: Canada, U.S., Sweden, Russia, Finland & Czech Republic (Not given: Slovakia)- SWEEP FOR $1,050!

They then attempt their $2,100 Video Bonus.

AFLAC VIDEO BONUS: A dizzying example of high-tech design, this iconic building turned the architectural world upside down in 1977. Named for a former President in France, what’s this post-modern Persian center?

All they can come up with is De Gaulle…AND THEY LOSE. Correct answer: The Pompidou Center (named after Georges).

A quartet plays Game 2- they consist of Alice, Chenwith, Jim & Roy. They want to get some books at a bookstore called Strand Books (which I highly doubt is related to the company called Strand Home Video), but they have to survive 45 blocks of questioning first. They answer all of their $50 questions.

$100 Round:
1. Entombed in Moscow’s Red Square, what Soviet leader’s body is reportedly the most visited mummy in the world?
Guess: Lenin- CORRECT ($300)
RLC #2: Spelled BRIC, The BRIC Theory maintains that four countries will dominate the global economy in the future. Name these four nations.
Correct countries given: China, India, Brazil & Russia ($550)
2. In the exciting world of Emoticons, what sentimental symbol is created by typing in the “less than” sign and then the number three?
Guess: Heart- RIGHT ($650)
3. Home to Mt. Mitchell, what East Coast state boasts eight of the 10-highest peaks East of the Mississippi?
Guess: New York- STRIKE ONE (A: North Carolina)
4. Streaming TV and movies on-demand, what website’s name comes from a Chinese phrase meaning “holder of precious things”?
Guess: Hulu- YOU BET ($750)

$200 Round:
1. Dubbed “The World’s Best Flying Ring”, what frisbee-like toy has flown over a quarter of a mile in a single throw?
Mobile Shout-Out #2: Jim calls Alan, who’s not totally sure it’s the Aerobie.
Guess: Aerobie- YES ($950)
2. Pouring water directly into the nose, what variety of pot is commonly used to clear out the sinuses in South Asia?
Guess: Neti Pot- RIGHT ($1,150)
FINAL REGULATION QUESTION: After signing in a court with Adolf Hitler, what British Prime Minister incorrectly predicted peace for our time?
Guess: Neville Chamberlain- WINS $1,350!

Afterwards, they get to buying those books with that money.

Finally, Coleen & John realize that 39 blocks stand between them and a visit to Trader Joe…but thanks to missing their first two questions, they lose $200 on their third $100 query.

Jeopardy!: Despite his minor wagering mistake in Final Jeopardy! last night, Paul Kursky has earned the right to defend his championship tonight against:

Matt Cavanaugh (originally from Wilkes-Barre, PA)- Law school professor/CBA
Peggy Enright (Chevy Chase, MD)- Realtor

Opening categories:

BASEBALL NICKNAMES (this category list has that kind of a theme)
MR. OCTOBER

THE BIG UNIT
BABE
THE IRON HORSE
SAY “HEY”, KID


We start this game with Baseball Nicknames…and Kursky ends that subject with the Daily Double and $1,800, which is nine times Enright’s early total. He then goes for a True DD. For $3,600 or zippo, here’s the clue:

If this alliterative nickname were literally true, Babe Ruth would have ruled part of Northern Pakistan.

“What is The Sultan of Swat?”…THE $3,600 DOUBLER IS HIS! At the initial timeout, Kursky’s in Lock Game Territory with $5,800; Enright has $600 and Cavanaugh has double her score, but it’s that much in the hole (Enright was also in the red, to the tune of $400 early on).

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $800
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $3,200

POST-ROUND 1 SCORES:

Paul: $8,800 (still in LGT)

Peggy: $1K
Matt: $1,600

DJ! Topics:

ISLANDS
COMPLETE THE MOVIE QUOTE
TITLE CHARACTERS
NATIONAL PARKS & MONUMENTS
MEASURE MEN

NEW TONGUE TWISTERS

Kursky’s gotten deeper in LGT by the time he finds DD #1 under the $1,600 National Parks & Monuments clue with $11,600; Enright’s down to $200 and Cavanaugh currently has six times her total. His wager this go-round is three grand.

This site, 20 miles from Philly, let Washington’s army keep pressure on the Brits, but was too far away for surprise attacks.


“What is Valley Forge?”…right for a new score of $14,600! But it’s Cavanaugh who gets control of the last one attached to the $800 clue on Measure Men with four large; with Kursky still dominating at $14,200, he really needs to bet big here. Meanwhile, Enright’s back up to $1,800. He tries for the second TDD of the night with this clue:

For a Germany physicist, this unit of electric resistance whose symbol is seen here.

“Who is Ohm?”…BULLSEYE TO STAY IN THE GAME FOR NOW WITH EIGHT C-NOTES!

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $6K
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $7,600

SCORES FOLLOWING DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:

Paul: $20,200
Peggy: $2,200- MATHEMATICALLY ELIMINATED
Matt: $14K

CORYAT SCORES:

Paul: $18K
Peggy: $2,200
Matt: $10,800

FJ! SUBJECT: Americana.

Made for only 19 years, it sold for $825 in 1908 & $360 in 1927.

PEGGY:
Response: “What is the Model-T?”

Wager: $2,150
Final score: $4,350


Matt Cavanaugh…gives the match to Paul Kursky, because he’s incorrect with “What is Currier + Ives?”, COSTING HIM EVERYTHING and sending him home with $1K. For the record, Kursky came up with the Model T to win $28,001 tonight and $39,301 overall!


TNG: Thursday's teams:

Derek & Sandra (married five months)
Garrett & Cameron Jackson (married 1 1/2 years)- FIRST CIVILIAN GAY COUPLE EVER ON THE SHOW; THEY'RE BOTH MEN
Steve & Brandy (married 3/4 of a year)

Randy's Intro: "The woman who always knows when you're faking it"

ROUND 1:

1. How much of a crier is your spouse- cries at sad movies, commercials or greeting cards?
2. On MTV's "Jersey Shore", The Situation is known for his rock-hard abs. So what body part would your spouse refer to as their "Situation"?
3. Complete this bumper sticker for your spouse: "I'd rather be ____________."

HUSBANDS' RESPONSES:

Derek:
1. Commercials
2. Legs
3. Sleeping

Garrett:
1. Commercials
2. Chest
3. Sleeping

Steve:
1. Movies
2. Bum
3. Snacking

SECOND HONEYMOON TRIP AT STAKE: Villa del Palmar in Puerto Vallarta

SPOUSES' RESPONSES:

Sandra:
1. Commercials- MATCH (5)
2. Legs- MATCH (10)
3. Travelling- NO MATCH

Cameron:
1. Movies- NO MATCH
2. Pecs- ACCEPTABLE (5)
3. Working out- NO MATCH

Brandy:
1. Cards- NO MATCH
2. Back side- MATCH (5)
3. Watching reality TV- NO MATCH

ROUND 2:

1. What was your first impression of your husband- "I wonder what he's doing later", "I wonder what he's doing for the rest of his life" or "I wonder if he's ever gonna shut up"?
2. Every time you take out the garbage, you marvel at how you and your husband use so much what?
3. If aliens landed and decided to abduct you and your husband and said you two could bring one thing with you up to the mothership, what would you bring?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If I had to compare my husband to two celebrities, living or dead, I would say he's a cross between ________________________."

SPOUSES' RESPONSES:

Sandra:
1. "...life"
2. Orange juice cartons
3. Chap-Stick
BONUS: Brad Pitt & Nicholas Cage

Cameron:
1. "...life"
2. Paper towels
3. TV
BONUS: A young Mick Jaggger & Julia Roberts

Brandy:
1. "...later"
2. Toilet paper
3. Her dog Sassy
BONUS: Morissy & Erik Estrada

HUSBANDS' RESPONSES:

Derek:
1. "...shut up"- NO MATCH
2. Toilet paper- NO MATCH
3. Their dogs- NO MATCH
BONUS: Nicholas Cage & Brad Pitt- TWO MATCHES (QUADRUPLE to 40)

Garrett:
1. "...life"- MATCH (15)
2. Paper towels- MATCH (25)
3. Netflix- NO MATCH
BONUS: Julia Roberts & Mick Jagger- TWO MATCHES (55)

Steve:
1. "...later"- MATCH (15)
2. Toilet paper- MATCH (25)
3. Phone- NO MATCH
BONUS: Wilmer Valderrama & Hugh Jackman- LOSS; CAMERON & GARRETT WIN!!!

Tonight's Consolation Prize: Omaha Steaks gift card

LNL: Week 2’s contestants:

Joleen Mullins (Dallas)- Medium worker
Amir Singleton (Jersey City)- Property manager

ROUND 1 PAYOFF: $559
TOPIC: Major League Baseball Players With Dirty-Sounding Names

Shelley: Urban Shocker
William: Rod Long
Cashmere: Omakase Wang
Sebastian: Pete LaCock

They both choose Shelley…but she’s NOT one of the liars. The two were Cashmere & William.

ROUND 2 PAYOFF: $893
TOPIC: American Kennel Club Dog Breeds That Sound Like Chinese Food

Shelley: Borzoi
William: Har Gow
Cashmere: Shiba Inu
Sebastian: Chow Chow

CHOICES:
Joleen: William- RIGHT ($893)
Amir: Cashmere- WRONG

ROUND 3 TOPIC: A Day at the Beach

Joleen: William- Key West is the Southernmost point of the Continental U.S.
Guess: Truth- RIGHT
PAYOFF: $213 ($1,106)

Amir: Shelley- “Baywatch” was cancelled by NBC after its first season
Guess: Lie- LOSS; JOLEEN WINS!

Amir’s gag gift besides the $500 is a Bottle Top.

DOUBLE PUPPET TWO TOPIC SHOWDOWN TOPICS:

Cashmere: Sarah Palin
Sebastian: Snooki from “Jersey Shore”

1. Chosen to host a cable reality show in 2010 about the state she lives in
Guess: Truth- RIGHT (1)

2. Appeared at Republican Mayor Bloomberg’s Inner Circle Gala
Guess: Lie- NO

3. Performed stand-up comedy for “The Tonight Show”
Guess: Truth- YOU BET (2)

4. On Time’s “Top 100 Most Influential People of 2010”
Guess: Lie- NO

5. Hosted “Saturday Night Live” last January
Guess: Truth- NO

6. Raised money for Haitian earthquake relief by signing autographs
Guess: Lie- WRONG AGAIN

7. In an October 2008 interview, told Katie Couric she got her news from Entertainment Weekly
Guess: Truth- WRONG AGAIN

8. Tweeted she’s reading her first book
Guess: Truth- RIGHT (3); TIME EXPIRES

She leaves with $2,606.

Millionaire:

Conclusion of Jamie Black's game

Game 2
Start of Game 3

Episode ratings:

9: "The Newlywed Game"
8: "Jeopardy!", "Millionaire" & "The Price is Right"
6: "Ca$h Cab" & "Late Night Liars"

2 comments:

--|> Squall said...

JFYI; Julia is from Port Hueneme...which is home to a Navy Base. Trust me; if you're not from the area or even familiar with the area, you probably wouldn't even know how to spell it :D....

Bobby said...

For game show fans, Pete LaCock (a former MLB player) is the son of Pierre S. LaCock, whose stage name is Peter Marshall.

And it was interesting that TPIR experimented with the "house band" idea. Trying a throwback idea with live music in a game show was an interesting move. Many game shows of the 50's had live music. Maybe Drew, Kathy, and other groups who want to perform would try an all-live music show, with Walking, the theme, and even the show's best known cues live. Imagine "Bean Stalker," "Bhen," "Big Banana," "Splendido," and every fan-favourite cue was played live. It would make Stan in a tizzy but fans would love it.