Friday, August 06, 2010

8/6/2010 Results

LMAD: Today's first two traders are Shawnee (who's wearing a long-haired wig) & Earl (dressed as a fashion designer). They're each given an Amazon Kindle by Alison Fiori and $500. First, Earl's book clue for the small box (Alison) is "The Wizard of Oz", and he's taking that...inside is a $4,700 14 karat white gold emerald necklace from the Kazangian Bros.! Shawnee's Curtain #1 clue is "Animal Farm". At the risk of getting knocked out of the game by some live animal (s), she's giving back the Kindle and the money for hopefully some kind of car named after an animal...guess what- the Volkswagen Beetle's back there, and this one's worth $19,390! PERFECT DEAL!

The third contestant today is Elizabeth (dressed as Major Trouble from the Army). She's shown a big portfolio (Jonathan Mangum) with 5,000 of something in it. She starts off by handing control of Curtain #2 to Sheela, but this lady sells it for $1,000 (originally $500)...and she just threw away the same amount of heads of foreign cabbage! To be continued...

Three people are fittingly needed for Deal #3, which is called Don't Blame Me. They are Nicole (dressed as a cowgirl), Alvin (dreessed as a hippie) & Natalie (birthday girl). First comes the choice of $700 or the small box (Alison) for Nicole to give to Alvin. She chooses the cash...in the box was an HP notebook computer worth $430. Secondly, Alvin's decision for Natalie is the same amount of moolah or the big box, and he also hands her the dough...being passed up this time was a stainless-steel French door refrigerator and a $500 bonus, for a total value of $3,198. In Round 3, Natalie rejects $700 and turns over what's behind Curtain #3 for Nicole to potentially receive...a four-night Palm Springs getaway (includes three spa treatments and limo service) worth $4,391! But folks, they all then take The Big Risk on Curtain #2...but the cabbage back there ELIMINATES THEM ALL FROM TODAY'S EXTRAVAGANZA- truly an EPIC FAIL.

Let's rejoin the action of the second deal. Elizabeth trades the small box to Jean (dressed as a Mardi Gras girl) and she immediately rejects a $400 offer to get what's inside...a hair care package worth $965. Again, we're taking a break from this particular deal.

Moving on to Lori (dressed as a die) now, Wayne Brady shows her three different coins. The first one is an 1838 half-dollar worth $145, the second is a half-dollar from 1940 valued at $200 and the mystery value coin is a silver dollar from 1886. She gives up the trio of coins for the big box... the last coin only had a $50 value. After that, she's told a clue for Curtain #3- whatever's behind that curtain has a motor. But she's keeping the box...and all she gets is a turtle. That means she ultimately misses out on...a Sea-Doo RXT 255 worth $13,229.

This morning's featured couple is Diane (dressed as a deviled egg) & James (dressed as a bottle of chiwawa hot sauce), who have known each other for 45 years. They have a chance to win a second honeymoon trip to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands worth $7,127 (Curtain #1). They get their choice of three consecutive numbered bills out of seven; each bill is either worth $50 or $100. They need at least $250 to buy the vacation, and they choose Bills #3-5.

1. #3- $50
2. #4- $100 ($150)

They can go for the third bill or bail out with the following at the big box- an eliptical machine with a retail value of $3,495. But they're going for the trip...

3. #5- $50

...and they're going to have to settle for $200.

Before we get to The Big Deal of the Day, we have some unfinished business with that portfolio Elizabeth's been holding the whole time. She could trade it away for the middle curtain, but she doesn't since Curtain #3 wasn't offered instead...and she definitely gave up a home theater system that included a Samsung 46" LCD HDTV worth $2,549. In her portfolio is 5,000...airline miles worth a total value of $138 (actually $137.50).

THE BIG DEAL: Earl's not interested in jewelry, so he will try for today's Big Deal, which has a $21,780 prize package behind one of those three doors. He's agreeing with me on Door #1...WE'RE BOTH RIGHT! That wins him a Ford Focus SES Sedan plus a $3K gas card!

Door #2: $5,516
Door #3: Home office ($2,593)

Today's total winnings is $43,473!

TSB: Roger Cain of the Beehive looks like Dean Cain, according to Melissa Peterman.

Pick Four:

1. "Ain't Nothing About You" by Brooks & Dunn (2001)
Previous line: "There ain't nothing about you..."
Suzanne: "...that don't do somethin' for me"


2. "Wasted" by Carrie Underwood (2005)
Previous line: "...waiting to wake up one day and find..."
Michelle: "...that I let my whole"
Dave: "...that I let all those years go by wasted"
Dennis: SAME AS DAVE
Rockey: "...that ____ all _____ years go by_______"
Shannon: "...that I let all these years go by wasted"

3. "These Days" by Rascal Flatts (2002)
Previous line: "Go to bed, dream of you"
Michelle: "That's what I'm doin' these days"

4. "Three Wooden Crosses" by Randy Travis (2002)
Previous line: "It's what you leave behind you..."
Dave & Dennis: "...when you're gone"
Rockey: "...when you go"

Semi-finalist bios:

Suzanne (Youngstown, OH)
Shannon (Middlestown, PA)- She and her mother have matching tattoos "Wish" after they danced to Rascal Flatts' "My Wish" during her wedding
Michelle- Once ate a live goldfish on a dare
Rockey- Cheerleading coach/former male cheerleader

Random Shuffle:

SUZANNE: "That's How Country Boys Roll" by Billy Currington (2008)
Previous line: "Singin' in bars"
Guess: "Soupin' up cars just to see how fast they'll go" (5)

SHANNON: "Philadelphia Freedom" by Elton John (1975)
Previous line: "Philadelphia freedom took me knee-high to a man, yeah"
Guess: "Gave me peace of mind that my daddy never had" (A: "Gave me peace of mind my daddy never had")

MICHELLE: "Mambo No. 5" by Lou Bega
Previous line: "A little bit of Jessica, here I am"

Guess: "A little bit of me makes me you_ ___" (A: "A little bit of you makes me your man")

ROCKEY: "God Bless Texas" by Little Texas (1993)
Previous line: "Gave 'em a place where they could dance"

Guess: "If you wanna see heaven, brother, here's your chance" (5)

Singing with the Enemy:

SUZANNE & SHANNON: "Daddy Sang Bass" by Johnny Cash (1969)

CORRECT MISSING LYRICS:

Suzanne: SWEEP! (QUADRUPLE to 20)
Shannon: Two (10)

MICHELLE & ROCKEY: "Sounds Like Life To Me" by Darryl Worley (2009)

CORRECT MISSING LYRICS:

Michelle: One (5)
Rockey: One (DOUBLE to 10)

KARAOKE CHALLENGE:

MICHELLE: "Six Days On the Road" by Sawyer Brown (1997)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS (needs at least three to stay in the game): Seven
FINAL SCORE: 19

SHANNON: "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive (1974)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS (needs at least five to stay in the game): SWEEP!

FINAL SCORE: 40

ROCKEY: "Do You Want Fries With That?" by Tim McGraw (2004)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS (same mission as Shannon): 19
FINAL SCORE: 38


SUZANNE: "Girls Lie, Too" by Terri Clark (2004)
CORRECT MISSING WORDS (needs at least 10 to go to the Chorus Showdown): 13
FINAL SCORE: 46

Chorus Showdown:

Round 1:
Suzanne: "It's Five O' Clock Somewhere" by Alan Jackson w/ Jimmy Buffett (2003)(four lines)- WIN!
Shannon: "Cowboy, Take Me Away" by The Dixie Chicks (1999)- FAIL

THE FINAL COUNTDOWN:

1. "Love Story" by Taylor Swift (2008)- $500
2. "Roll With Me" by Montgomery Gentry (2008)- $1K
3. "Hold On Loosely" by 38 Special (1980)- STRIKE ONE
4. "The Chair" by George Strait (1985)- $1.5K
5. "Makes Me Wonder" by Maroon 5 (2007)- $2K
6. "Lesson In Leavin'" by Jo Dee Messina (1998)- WIN!

YCTD:

1. Clayton Ferris & Tania Pawcett ("Soft Tacos") - "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" by Big & Rich (2004)
Choreographer: Becca Sweitzer
SCORE: 7.7

2. Abacy, Carrie, Elaine, Heather, Melissa & Valerie ("The Blended Projekt")-"Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani (2004)
Choreographer: Jason Young
SCORE: 8.9

3. Allison Weber- "Love is a Battlefield" by Pat Benetar (1983)
Choreographer: D.J. Guthrie
SCORE: 5.9- WORST SCORE SO FAR


4. Chuck Clinton & Janet Stegman- "Why Don't We Just Dance" by Josh Turner (2009)
Choreographer: Alison Faulk
SCORE: 7.3

5. Miguel Cheetam & Punky Golquez- "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins (1984)
Choreographer: D.J.
SCORE: 9- WIN BY ONE-TENTH OF A POINT!

All shows get an 8 out of 10 rating today.

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