TNG: No gay couples of any kind tonight, but we do have:
Richard & Victoria (married 2/3 of a year)
Josh & Beka (married 23 days)
Mike & Megan (married 1/2 a year)
Randy's Intro: "The woman who's fluid in the language of Love"
1. What's the consensus among your wife's friends when it comes to the way she gossips- she's got a vault like Ft. Knox, she's had the occasional security breach or she's got the loosest lips in town?
2. Complete the following: "My wife's breasts are like a pair of _____________."
3. When it comes to your wife's exterior decorating, does her carpet match her drapes?
2. Supple Jell-O molds
SECOND HONEYMOON TRIP AT STAKE: Flamingo
1. Lips- NO MATCH
2. Beautiful breasts- NO MATCH
3. No- NO MATCH
1. Breach- MATCH (5)
2. Little darlings- NO MATCH
3. No- MATCH (10)
1. Lips- NO MATCH
2. Melons- MATCH (5)
3. No- NO MATCH
1. What embarassing guilty pleasure do you think your husband is most likely to have- enjoying the music of Miley Cyrus, following Jessica Simpson on Twitter or recording episodes of "Dancing with the Stars"?
Ladies Home Journal Question of the Night: When your husband asks if he wants a massage, how do you usually respond- "Do I really have to?", "I'll do you if you do me" or "Can't you just pay for one"?
3. The last time you let go of your inhibitions and did something completely wild, please tell us what you did.
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "On a scale of 1-10, I'd have to say my sex drive is a __, while my husband's is a __."
2. "I'll do..."
3. They went to Yosemite a few years ago
BONUS: 2, 10
2. "I'll do..."
3. They held a laundry dance party
BONUS: 7, 9
2. "I'll do..."
3. They gambled for whoopee the other night and won
BONUS: 2, 10
1. "Dancing"- MATCH (10)
2. "I'll do..."- MATCH (20)
3. Victoria drank a lot more than he did at a Freemont St. New Year's Eve party in Las Vegas- NO MATCH
BONUS: 7, 10- ONE MATCH (35)
1. Miley- MATCH (20)
2. "I'll do..."- MATCH (30)
3. Removing their upper articles of clothing at a bar- NO MATCH
BONUS: 10 (both)- ELIMINATED
1. Jessica- NO MATCH
2. "Do I..."- NO MATCH
3. Baked a cake- NO MATCH
BONUS: 5, 10- LOSS (20); RICHARD & VICTORIA WIN
Reeds Romance Moment of the Night: Beka & Josh after their second match of Round 2
Tonight's Consolation Prize: S.F. cruise
CC: Alana, Elaina & Matt start the Friday episode off with a 46-block ride to 80th & Broadway.
1. Located on the web at amw.com, what TV show celebrated its 1,000th fugitive arrest in 2008 (and shares its title with a former TNA Wrestling tag team)?
Guess: "America's Most Wanted"- YOU BET ($50)
2. To make Fargo seem less frigid, what U.S. state once considered whopping off the first word of its name?
Guess: North Dakota- CORRECT ($100)
3. Protesting its animal cruelties since 2002, the Running of the Nudes takes place two days before what annual Pamplona event?
Guess: Running of the Bulls- OF COURSE ($150)
4. A famous Facist, what WWII leader flirted with Socialism before becoming Italy's El Duce?
Guess: (Benito) Mussolini- RIGHT ($200)
1. A favorite interjection of Rocky Balboa, what two-letter word often refers to the number 11 in a game of Craps?
Guess: Yo- RIGHT ($300)
2. Fletching is the term for the aerodynamic feathers that enhance accuracy in what Olympic sport?
Guess: Archery- RIGHT ($400)
3. Often overtaxed during Adolescence, what system of the body plays a central role in calculating hormones & moods?
Guess: Endocrine system- RIGHT ($500)
RED LIGHT CHALLENGE: Aside from its former republics, Russia shares its land border with six foreign nations. Name five of these six Russian neighbors.
Correct countries given: China, Poland, Mongolia & Finland (Not given: Norway & North Korea)
4. Though she’s flirted with Kabaalah, what pop star’s name is an anagram of the word “presbyterian”?
Guess: Madonna- STRIKE ONE (A: Britney Spears; that was their first instinct)
1. In 1835, what tough as nails President survived an assassination attempt with the help of Davy Crockett?
Mobile Shout-Out: Matt calls his dad Wayne, who thinks of Andrew Jackson.
Guess: Andrew Jackson- RIGHT ($700)
2. A mixture of Creole & English, Beigian is the language spoken by residents of what Caribbean nation?
Guess: Barbados- RIGHT ($900)
3. From a Latin word meaning “pardonable”, what adjective describes minor sins such as “pilfering Post-Its”?
Guess: Venial- RIGHT ($1,100)
4. A terrifying shape-shifter from French folklore, the Loup-Garou is a Golic version of what supernatural creature?
Guess: Werewolf- RIGHT AGAIN ($1,300)
5. Named for its signature logo, Roundel is the monthly magazine for drivers of what brand of luxury car?
Guess: Lexus- STRIKE TWO (A: BMW)
6. Pioneered by James Ferrier, what esoteric branch of Philosophy is concerned with the nature of knowledge?
Guess: Epistemology- WINS $1,500!
Despite the fact they had two strikes late in their game, they’re going for the three grand with this:
AFLAC VIDEO BONUS: Located in Washington State, this super-sized dam boasts enough concrete to circle the Equator twice. Harnessing the free-flowing power of the Columbia River, what’s the name of this massive dam?
They finally say the Grand Coulee Dam…AND THEY’VE JUST WON THREE LARGE!
In Game #2, Ivan Hernandez plays a 25-block game to Battery Park City…BUT HE WIPES OUT, SO THIS SHORT GAME WAS COMPLETELY A LOST CAUSE.
The last game of the week attempts to reach Anna, Cambra, Mary & Nikki’s destination of Third & 60th…including an RLC about some of the fluids you need to have checked in your cars from time to time, THEY RUN THE TABLE AND QUIT WITH $1,050!
Jeopardy!: Paul Kursky’s second pair of challengers as the defending champion are:
Katherine Thompson (NYC)- Graduate student in Psychology
Jon Zerolnick (L.A.)- Non-profit policy researcher
Friday’s first six categories are these:
CLASSIC NOVELS’ ORIGINAL TITLES
WHO’S YOUR DADDY?
USUALLY INCORRECT “JEOPARDY!” RESPONSES (each correct response is something you might say when you buzz-in and draw a blank on a clue)
THE SHORT LIST
“EAK” FOR YOURSELF
Just before the first batch of commercials, Zerolnick slightly leads Kursky, $2,000-$1,800, while Thompson isn’t far behind either of them with a grand. The first Daily Double of the night is uncovered by Kursky under the $800 Classic Novels’ Original Titles clue with both guys tied for the lead at $2,400 each; Thompson trails them both by $600. His wager is $600. For the outright lead, here’s the clue:
This small-town Sinclair Lewis novel began as “The Village Virus”.
He BLANKS OUT on “Main Street”, so we drop him to $1,800. But he then ties the game back up at $2,400 apiece by being correct on the middle Living Things clue. At the end of this round, he’s tied with Thompson this time at $3,400 a player; Zerolnick’s down to $1,600.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $3K
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $5,600
LAKES & RIVERS
TV MILLIONAIRES-- WHO PLAYED ‘EM?
TELL TCHAIKOVSKY THE NEWS
Shortly after taking over sole possession of first place, Thompson finds one of the DDs attached to the $800 clue about Lakes & Rivers with $5,800; Zerolnick’s now up to $2,800. She wagers two C-notes on this clue read by Kelly Miyahara:
Of the five Great Lakes, Superior is the farthest North; this one is the farthest South.
“What is Heron?”…NOT it. It was Erie, so her lead over the champion falls to $400. Early in the second half of the round, Zerolnick closes out the DDs with the one on the $1,600 Here, King! clue and $5,200; Kursky’s still ahead of him by a decent $4,200 margin with $9,400 and Thompson’s currently at $3K. He only bets a thou on this:
After ruling for 50 years, George I was assassinated on March 18, 1913 and Constantine I became king of this country.
“What is Belgrade?”…and we have a DD SHUTOUT to wrap up the week, because that's an American city instead of a country. Correct: What is Greece? And with that, he goes back to $4,200 and Kursky’s in Lock Game Territory, at least for the time being. As the round ends, Zerolnick uses the High School Strategy, starting with the $2K Here, King! clue.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $12,400
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $14,800
SCORES FOLLOWING DOUBLE JEOPARDY!:
Katherine: $1K- MATHEMATICALLY OUT
FJ! TOPIC: Sports Venues.
Built in 1914 and named for the club’s owner in 1926, it’s the oldest National League ballpark still in use.
Response: “What is Wrigley Field?”
Final score: $1,899
Jon Zerolnick…instead went for the home of the NY Mets, Shea Stadium (which NO LONGER exists), so that will cost him $4K and likely send him home as the night’s runner-up with $2,200. Paul Kursky agreed with…JON, so he adds $1,900 for a total take of $12,500 this evening and a three-game total of $51,801!
1. “Summer Nights” by Rascal Flatts (2009)
Previous line: “Summer nights”
Ausha: “Everybody’s feeling sexy”
2. “I’m the Only One” by Melissa Etheridge (1993)
Previous line: “Go on, believe her…”
Brian: “…________ tells you nothing’s wrong”
Juliette: “…when she tells you nothing’s wrong”
3. “Where I Come From” by Alan Jackson (2001)
Previous line: “Where I come from”
Jennifer: “…tryin’ to make a livin’”
4. “King of the Road” by Roger Miller (1965)
Previous line: “No phone, no pool, no pets”
Carrie: “I ain’t got no cigarettes”
Travis goes back into the show’s contestant pool. Incidentally, the same thing happened to Carrie, but in her case, it was because of a technical difficulty during her first appearance on the first episode of the Season 1 Finale Doubleheader on August 15, 2009.
CONTESTANT BIOS (all females):
Ausha- Stamped penny collector
Juliette- A journalist who was once voluntarily tazed by a policeman
Jennifer Kanen- A pool player who just got her doctorate
Carrie- Her husband once got injured by trying on a pair of her jeans
AUSHA: “My Maria” by Brooks & Dunn (1996)
Previous line: “Sweet Maria, the sunlight surely hurts my eyes”
Guess: “I’m a lonely dreamer in the highway in the skies” (A: “I’m a lonely dreamer on a highway in the skies”)
JULIETTE: “Married For Money” by Trace Adkins (2008)
Previous line: “Buy me a sweet sugar momma”
Guess: “With a whole lot of zeroes and commas” (5)
JENNIFER: “Sold- The Grundy Country Auction Incident” by John Michael Montgomery (1995)
Previous line: “She’s got ruby red lips, blonde hair, blue eyes”
Guess: “And I’m about to bid my heart goodbye” (5)
CARRIE: “Don’t” by Billy Currington (2008)
Previous line: “And I just can’t believe it”
Guess: “This feeling, it just keeps getting stronger” (5)
Singing with the Enemy:
AUSHA & JULIETTE: “Friends In Low Places” by Garth Brooks (1990)
CORRECT MISSSING LYRICS:
Ausha: SWEEP! (15)
Juliette: SWEEP! (20)
JENNIFER & CARRIE: “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her” by Mary Chapin Carpenter (1992)
CORRECT MISSING LYRICS:
Carrie: SWEEP! (20)
JENNIFER: “Young” by Kenny Chesney (2002)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS: 14
FINAL SCORE: 33
AUSHA: “One Headlight” by The Wallflowers (1996)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS: 10
FINAL SCORE: 35
JULIETTE: “Who Needs Pictures” by Brad Paisley (1999)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS: 13
FINAL SCORE: 46
CARRIE: “Here For the Party” by Gretchen Wilson (2004)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS: 14
FINAL SCORE: 48
Carrie: “It’s America” by Rodney Atkins (2008)- PASS
Juliette: “Our Song” by Taylor Swift (2006)- FAIL; CARRIE WINS!
THE FINAL COUNTDOWN: Carrie’s the champion this time. But can she win the big money?…
1. “The Fireman” by George Strait (1984)- $500
2. “My List” by Tony Keith (2001)- $1,000
3. “Wrong Side of Memphis” by Trisha Yearwood (1992)- STRIKE ONE
4. “Respect” by Aretha Franklin (1967)- $1,500
5. “I Am a Simple Man” by Ricky Van Shelton (1991)- $2,000
6. “Barely Breathing” by Duncan Sheik (1996)- STRIKE TWO
FINAL SONG: “Amarillo Sky” by Jason Aldean (2002)- WINS $10,000!
Conclusion of Kate Kobs' game
Start of Robyn Paul's game
9: "The Singing Bee"
8: "Ca$h Cab" & "Millionaire"
6: "The Newlywed Game"