Monday, October 11, 2010

10/11/2010 Results

LMaD: Despite the fact that friends Bernadette & Tamara are dressed as giant dice, they are NOT taking part in any kind of dice deal. Instead, in the first round of this deal, Bernadette gets the choice of either $800 or what's inside the red small box, and it's the box she takes for the team...which contains a pair of Michael Green & Co. amatheus/diamond earrings worth $2,646. Tamara's round has her deciding from either $900 or the green small box, and she goes with the cash...but they leave behind a shopping trip to NYC worth $8,288. After that, this duo rolls the dice on Curtain #1, giving back $3,546 in cash & jewelry as a result...and they've won the Ford Fiesta Hatchback- PERFECT DEAL!

Now to two unrelated people- Mary (dressed as a bee) & Delbert from Oceanside, CA. Jonathan Mangum brings down these three grocery items- Funyons, Parkay & Trix. If they can pick an item that was nationally introduced before 1960, they'll win $3,000:

Mary: Parkay
Delbert: Trix

The decision this time is to either go for the three grand, take a sure $700 or go for the unknown prize (s) behind Curtain #3. Delbert wants the nicer money, while Mary's risking it all on the curtain. Here were the actual years for the groceries:

Funyons: 1969
Parkay: 1937
Trix: 1954


Delbert's $3K richer as of right now, but Mary instead has...a ZONK time machine.

Tracy (dressed as a doctor) plays the Four-Card Board Deal for either a golf retreat at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort in Palm Desert, CA with some TaylorMade golf clubs ($5,238) or the KIA Forte (Curtain #2).

1. #4- CAR

Her bailout offers are $500, $800, a grand, $1,200 & $1.5K, but she's going for the automobile.

2. #3- LOSS

The other car was behind #2.

Next is the Small Box Prize Deal for Merilee.

Red- $1K CB2 gift card
Green- at&t Go Phone w/ a year's worth of service ($2,100); QUITS
Blue- $5K
Yellow- KIA Forte (which was now behind Curtain #1)

The next three traders are Candice (dressed as a balloon girl), Davian (dressed as a prisoner) & Samantha (dressed as "Miss LMaD"). First, Candice gives the bronze envelope to Samantha and Curtain #2 to Davian...Samantha sees a $400 check, while Davian wins a kitchen appliance suite worth $3,472. Secondly, Davian adds the silver envelope to Samantha's bronze one, meaning Candice collects whatever's in the silver small box...Sam adds $500 to her winnings, and Candice wins a flash memory HD camcorder package worth $1,240. Third, Samantha hands over the golden envelope to Candice, so Curtain #3 belongs to Davian...Candice's check is worth $600, and Davian wins something else for his home- a Pier 1 Imports bedroom worth $4,070. Finally, we have The Big Risk behind Curtain #1, and both ladies are doing it...but they run into a giant broken computer.

The last regulation trader of the day is Michel, and he can either make a single withdrawal from the ATM or forfeit that for what's behind Curtain #2. He's going for the middle curtain...but it's the DUD golf set. That means instead of $4,200, he only gets $100 of that.

THE BIG DEAL: Bernadette & Tamara give back their car (maybe it's because they already had one at home?) for a chance at a $25,851 Big Deal of the Day. They pick Door #3, and behind Door #2 was an outdoor BBQ package worth $7,124. Behind Door #1 was...THE BD, which was a Trophy fishing boat. That means Davian ends as the day's top winner with $7,542 in merchandise and they are sent packing with a $2K Panasonic home theater.

TPiR: On Episode 5301K this morning, Jeff Davis is the designated announcer. After he calls for Jaclyn Montgomery, Peter Stasanky, Jametta Barda & 2010 Boston Contestant Search winner Christina Paquinot, the first IUFB is an Inspire home gym (Lanisha at Door #2).

Christina: $1,400
Jametta: $1,200
Peter: $999
Jaclyn: $1,700

ARP: $2,499

Jaclyn plays Super Pick-a-Number (Rachel) for the same Fiesta that was just traded away moments ago on "Deal" (Gwendolyn at Door #3). Board:

$ 1 _ , 7 9 5

NUMBERS AVAILABLE: 5, 6 & 8

She OVERBIDS this car by a C-note.

Fifth is Deborah Lenares and the second IUFB is an XBOX 360 package that includes the Wanamaker Music LCD HDTV (Rachel at the turntable).

Deborah: $600
Christina: $800
Jametta: $1,199
Peter: BUCK

ARP: $1,534

Jametta takes on Punch-a-Bunch (Gwen holding big bill). The SPs in this playing are modeled by Lanisha, and all of them are "Star Wars"-themed.

1. Pancake molds set
IS NOT: $36
PICK: LOWER- $20


2. R2-D2 trash dispenser
IS NOT: $149
PICK: LOWER- $100


3. Lightsaber desk lamp
IS NOT: $50
PICK: LOWER- $26

4. Darth Vader alarm clock
IS NOT: $31
PICK: HIGHER- $42


She punches out Holes #25, #1 & #39. The first slip has a grand on it, but Jametta's going on. Slip #2 has $100, and she goes all the way for...$250.

Sixth is Heidi Islas and the third IUFB is a selection of accessories from the Charlie Lapson Collection (Lanisha & Rachel).

Heidi: $1,300
Peter: $1,200
Deborah: $325
Christina: $950

ARP: $1.5K

Heidi plays the Balance Game (Gwen) for a Royal Caribbean Cruise (Rachel at Door #3). The last three numbers in the cruise price are 5, 1 & 6.

DOLLAR VALUES AVAILABLE: $2K, $3K & $4K

She places the lower two bags on the scale for a total guess of $5,516...but that's a thou short.

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Heidi ($1,500): 55 + 45 = WINS $1K
Jametta ($1,946): 85 + 70 = OVER
Jaclyn ($2,499): 35 + 55 = $.90

Heidi's Bonus Spin hits...$.20.

Our next winner wannabe is Bruce Hewitt and the fourth IUFB is a Bounceland (Jeff at Door #2).

Bruce: $555
Peter: $556
Deborah: $250 (STAGE GARF)
Christina: $251

ARP: $499

Christina plays the $1K Clock Game for a Carolinagirlfurniture.com sofa (Gwen) & the Paradigm home theater system, plus a 52" LCD HDTV (Rachel).

1. Sofa ($899)
BIDS: $2.5K, $2,400, $2K, $1.5K, $1K, $699, $705, $749, $750, $775, $800, $850, $900, $875, $879, $891 and one ups from there
TIME LEFT: Three seconds

2. Home theater system ($849)
BIDS: $2.5K, $2K, $1.5K & $1K

Next to try and win something major is Amy Eckberg and the next IUFB is a 30" freestanding electric range (Gwen behind splitting sign).

Amy: $525
Bruce: $600
Peter: $1,599
Deborah: $1,600


ARP: $1,599, so Peter wins a $500 bonus and is the last member of the First Four to get out of Contestant's Row on the day!

And he plays Stack the Deck (Rachel) for the Scion tC (Std., Bluetooth, Knob)(Lanisha at Door #3). Board:

1345689

1. Tastycake Chocolate Cupcakes & Sunsweet Ones
PRICE: $3.99
PICK: Cupcakes- YOU BET; SELECTS LAST DIGIT ($ _ _ , _ _ 4)


2. Pine Sol & Hi-Lo Cereal
PRICE: $3.50
PICK: Cereal- $4.79


3. Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Ice Cream & Box of Super Pretzels
PRICE: $3.09
PICK: Pretzels- RIGHT; SELECTS THIRD DIGIT ($ _ _ , 9 _ 4)


His final guess for the Scion is $18,954...

$ 1 8 , 9 5 4

...looks like he should've taken the fourth digit as his other freebie instead. ARP: $18,934.

Our last chance to avoid this morning's skunking might come with the Navy's Michael Todd and the last IUFB of the day is some of that Noritake stemware (Rachel in the clam).

Michael: $1,145
Deborah: $850
Amy: $1,200
Bruce: BUCK

ARP: $1,008

Deborah plays the Range Game for the $9,770 West White Potter Sailboat (Lanisha at Door #3). Her range is $9,400-$10K...






















































































































































...AND SHE WINS IT NO PROBLEM AT $9,684-$9,834 TO SAVE THE DAY!

(Note: There was no comma at the $10K mark up at the top of the scale.)

My lineup today:

1. Clock Game
2. Range Game
3. Stack the Deck
4. Punch-a-Bunch
5. Pick-a-Number
6. Balance Game

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Christina ($1,398): $.80
Peter ($2,099): $.90
Deborah ($10,778): 65 + 55 = OVER; PETER GOES TO SHOWCASE

The first Showcase entirely modeled by Gwen at Door #2 has a Sony digital camera and a Canon HD camcorder that one might take on a Big Five African Safari.

HEIDI PASSES TO PETER; PETER BIDS $15K ON SAFARI SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE GARF OF THE CENTURY

MY BID FOR SAFARI SHOWCASE: $28.5K

Heidi could be going on a trip to the Mall of America (Door #4; includes a $1K shopping spree there) in the Dodge Challenger (Rachel at Door #3) if she wins this Showcase. Also available is an iMac computer system plus the iPhone4 w/ the one-year calling plan (Lanisha).

HEIDI BIDS $26,300 ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE

MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $30,795

HEIDI'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $26,300
ARP: $32,214
DIFFERENCE: $5,914


PETER'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $15,000
ARP: $18,850
DIFFERENCE: $3,850- WIN

Thanks to a cheaper-than-expected safari, Peter wins his Showcase and $20,949 in cash & prizes. Heidi leaves with $2.5K in cash & stuff.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 1-5
TOTAL WINNINGS: $40,070

Pictureka!: The host of this is Cory Almeida, the announcer/guitarist is a guy named George "G" Gabriel and here are the first two teams:

Green Team: Laurelle & Loryn
Orange Team: Shannon & Tara

TRIP AT STAKE: The Verandah Resort & Spa (Antigua)

Round 1: They will have 15 seconds to grab as many of their colored fish cutouts from the studio audience at 10 points apiece.

Both teams grab 14 fish for 140.

Round 2: The GT's mother Laurie is dressed up as a boxed-up bunny and the OT's mom Dori is wearing a golfing gal costume. Each of them has a minute to find up to six different characters from a big maze before returning each one to her team's bin. Each match is worth 20.

LAURIE:
1. Miss Fro (160)
2. Flying Nozilla (180)
3. Wind-up pig (200)
4. Stubborn deer (220)
5. Alien announcer

DORI:
1. Happy snake (160)
2. Testy tiger (180)
3. Blindfolded Belinda (200)
4. Toaster ghost (220)
5. Skating elves

Round 3: In "Rock the Block!", both teams have to knock down a pyramid of blocks with images on them, and one member per team has to set a cube on a five-step staircase so that it matches the given object. The point values double again to 40 for this round of play, but the first team to complete their staircase, grab their checkered flag and shout out this show's title earns a 25-point bonus.

OBJECTS:
1. Money
2. Egg
3. Cat
4. Screwdriver
5. Angel

WINNERS: GT, 5-4 (they now take the outright lead, 445-380)

FINAL ROUND: On each turn, the team (while being harnessed to each other) will be asked to find an object that fits the prompt given by Cory before one team member deposits it into their bin. The first correct answer within the one-minute time limit is worth 50, and each right answer after that will be worth 10 more than the last. Whoever has the highest score at the end of this round wins the game and will play the bonus round for a chance at the family vacation.

OT:
Tara: Something with a hairy upper lip- Hairy pumpkin (430)
Shannon: A food you eat for dessert- Bundt cake (490)
Dori: A person in a uniform- Baseball player (560; they nearly went for Moustache Mack instead)
Not gotten to in time: A person wearing a cowboy hat

The GT also needs to find all of the first three objects to win with 625...and they do with five seconds left!

PENGUIN PRIZE HUNT: They will be shown a board of nine different-looking penguins for 10 seconds; the home viewers will get to see the board the whole time. After that, in relay form, the winning team will have 1:30 to go into the maze and correctly place as many of the penguins in the proper squares as they can. Once during that time, they can hit their buzzer to see the correct grid again. After time expires, if they clear the board, they win the vacation no questions asked. If not, they can still win the trip if one of their captured penguins conceals it.

They place seven penguins before finally hitting their stopper with 10 seconds to go, and they correctly place an eighth before time expires. If the trip is behind anywhere other than #7, they're going to Antigua...IT'S ACTUALLY BEHIND THE VERY LAST PENGUIN THEY CAPTURED, #4!

(Note: The winning card has the word "WIN!" behind it, while the other eight say "OOPS".)

21: Come on now, will somebody from this panel break the $25,000 winless streak on this show, please?:

Dakota (NYC)- A guy who loves to grocery shop and has a rating system for the clothing that he wears
Jessica (Phoenix)- Public speaker
Austin (Santa Barbara)- A UCLA graduate who's about to serve in the Air Force

Round 1 Base Cards:

Dakota: KING OF CLUBS
Jessica: 10 OF HEARTS

Austin: 6 OF DIAMONDS

Maingame Bonus Trip: Las Vegas

1. If Robin Leach hosted "Knifesiles of the Rich & Famous", he'd know what was the top cosmetic surgerical procedure last year?

A: Nose job
B: Breast augumentation
C: Eyelid surgery

Dakota: Eyelid surgery- INCORRECT
Austin: Breast augumentation- CORRECT (100)

CARD: QUEEN OF DIAMONDS; KEEPS IT (16)

2. Lucky, Guess or Docker's- which clothing brand is famous for using a question mark in its logo?

Jessica: Guess- RIGHT (100)

CARD: KING OF DIAMONDS; FREEZES AT 20

3. Earlier this year, we lost what TV star famous for playing Blanche on "The Golden Girls"?

A: Rue McClanahan
B: Angela Lansbury
C: Cloris Leachman


Dakota: TIME OVER
Austin: Rue- RIGHT (200)

CARD: 9 OF CLUBS, WHICH IS PASSED TO DAKOTA (19)

4. Since Senator Bob Dole was born "Four score and seven years ago", how old is he?

Dakota: 87- YOU BET (100)

CARD: 10 OF CLUBS, BUSTING AUSTIN OUT

DAKOTA:
5. KING OF SPADES- JESSICA WINS ROUND 1 (600)

Round 2 Base Cards:

Dakota: 2 OF CLUBS
Jessica: 4 OF HEARTS
Austin: THE OTHER RED FOUR

1. From drop out to diva, what queen of Hip-Hop & Soul has found "No More Drama" after selling nearly 45 million records?

Dakota: Mary J. Blige- RIGHT (200)

CARD: JACK OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO AUSTIN (14)

2. Silent but deadly is one way to describe what stealthy Martial Arts mercernaries from Japanese society?

Austin: The Ninjas- RIGHT (300)

CARD: JACK OF HEARTS; PASSES TO DAKOTA (12)

3. A regular lord of the rink, what athlete is considered by many to be the greatest hockey player of all-time (and was also a former head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes)?

Dakota: Wayne Gretzky- RIGHT (300)

CARD: 8 OF DIAMONDS; FREEZES AT 20

4. Long before Lindsay Lohan got her alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet, what mythical Greek hero was known for the weak spot on his heel?

Austin: Achilles- RIGHT (400)

CARD: 10 OF DIAMONDS, WHICH IS PASSED TO JESSICA (14)

5. Launching the 2009 horror film "Paranormal Activity", I felt screaming like a woman at the sight of the spooky goings on where?

A: On a space station
B: In an abandoned hospital
C: In a suburban home


Austin: Home- RIGHT (500)

CARD: ACE OF CLUBS; PASSES TO JESSICA (15)

6. Talk about a family guy- what U.S. President appointed his younger brother Bobby as U.S. Attorney General?

A: JFK
B: Abraham Lincoln
C: ???

Jessica: JFK- CORRECT (700)

CARD: 8 OF CLUBS, WHICH BUSTS AUSTIN

JESSICA:
7. 7 OF SPADES- AUSTIN ELIMINATED

Championship Round Base Cards:

Dakota: 8 OF HEARTS
Jessica: 7 OF DIAMONDS

1. When you're acting loco with the guys on Team Coco, you're hanging with a bunch of nerds who love which late-night talk show host?

Dakota: Conan O'Brien- OF COURSE

CARD: 9 OF HEARTS; PASSES TO JESSICA (16)

2. If you're too pooped to pass the potatoes, you can rely on what revolving tray that brings the food to you?

Jessica: Lazy Susan- RIGHT

CARD: 6 OF SPADES, WHICH GOES TO DAKOTA (14)

3. To meet The Caped Crusader at the Cape of Good Hope, Superman would fly to the southern tip of what continent?

Jessica: Africa- RIGHT

If this next card is a five or anything higher than a seven, she's won the championship. But a seven will give the game to Dakota.

CARD: 2 OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO DAKOTA (16)

4. Here's one tiger that wasn't dropped by Gatorade- who was the tiger companion of Bill Waterson's comic strip character Calvin?

Jessica: Hobbes- RIGHT AGAIN

She now needs at least a five to win.

CARD: 10 OF SPADES- WIN

BLACKJACK BONANZA WITH THREE POWER CHIPS:

OPENING CARDS:

HAND #1: 2 OF HEARTS
HAND #2: 10 OF SPADES
HAND #3: 5 OF CLUBS

1. 7 OF SPADES; PLACES IN HAND #3 (12)

2. 6 OF HEARTS; PLACES IN HAND #3 (18)

3. QUEEN OF CLUBS; CHANGES IT (two PCs left; could've been on the board by now)

4. JACK OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (12)

5. 8 OF SPADES; CHANGES IT (one PC left)

6. 6 OF DIAMONDS; CHANGES THAT ALSO (no PCs left)

7. 2 OF CLUBS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (14)

8. 3 OF SPADES; HAND #3 CLEARED ($1K)

9. KING OF HEARTS, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #2 (20); GOES ON

10. 9 OF DIAMONDS- LOSS

She should've placed a six and a face card in Hand #3, Cards #6-#8 in Hand #2 & a face & the nine in Hand #1.

WoF: The intro for "The Good Life Week" sees Pat & Vanna toasting each other at a NYC restaurant. And the first Toss-Up category of the week is Landmark:

B U _ _ I N _ H _ M

_ _ L _ C E

Christy solves the London landmark BUCKINGHAM PALACE, and it's time to meet everyone now:

Christy Evans (Raleigh, NC)- A married inside direct sales representative/event organizer for a women's networking group
Alicia Tolbert (L.A.)- An Asian Classics Institute of L.A. student who also volunteers for a charity called Soldiers' Angels
Matt Janson (Jacksonville, FL)- Married branch manager for a manufacturer of concession equipment/supplies

$2,000 Toss-Up category is Living Things:

S E _ _ _ L L S / &

_ E L _ _ A _ S

Christy triples her base money with SEAGULLS & PELICANS.

Gorton's Jackpot Round category is Phrase (w/ this week's category wipes featuring a limo) and out on the wheel now is a $7.5K check from Maxwell House. Christy calls a T for a Swan Chocolates gift tag and two N's for $1,800, but she then hits Lose a Turn after buying an I. Secondly, Alicia calls D for the first dud of the night. Third, Matt calls a $300 G but then a dud of S. Christy also duds out with an L. Back to Alicia, who calls an R for the Wild Card but she then loses it right back to the left Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge. Matt next calls a C while on Jackpot for $500, but he obviously can't solve the puzzle at this point for an $8,850 Jackpot, so he buys four E's and calls a $700 M before trying to solve with the following...

_ _ N C _

M E E T I N G

_ _ _ / _ E R E

...he solves FANCY MEETING YOU HERE for $1,250.

DUDS: $800 D (Alicia), $450 L (Christy), $900 S (Matt)
SOLE LaT: Christy
SOLE BANKRUPT: Alicia
FINAL UNCLAIMED JACKPOT: $9,550

The burning question What Are You Doing? is tonight's Prize Puzzle Round category. Alicia leads off with a $500 G, a $300 N and buys four E's, followed by four R's for another $2,400, three I's, but then a dud in L. Second, Matt calls four O's while on Free Play, a $900 D, two S's for another grand, a $550 C, but he then buys the only dud vowel on the board (A). Third, Christy Bankrupts in between $600 & $900. Alicia follows that with two M's for another $1,600, but she then gets the beeper for repeating the L. Matt then rings in...

O R D E R I N G

R O O M / S E R _ I C E

_ O / M _ / S _ I _ E

...he won't be ORDERING ROOM SERVICE TO MY SUITE, but maybe he will on his own at the Spice Island Beach Resort during a trip worth $8,105. With another $2,200 in his pocket, his new total's $11,555 in cash & trip.

DUDS: A (Matt), $800 L (Alicia)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Christy
SOLE DQ: Alicia (L repeat)

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: AW0013005 (Arlene W. from Pennsylvania)

Meineke Mystery Round category is Before & After. Our current leader Matt calls three T's for $2,400 right off the bat and buys an A, then he calls an E while on FP, a $500 S and buys two O's to already clean out the vowels. He next lights up a $400 R, a $300 L, a $500 B, but he then spins up the other regular Bankrupt to lose $3,600. Afterwards, Christy makes the obvious mistake of duplicating the L, then Alicia calls a dud of C. As we get right back to Matt, he puts up a $500 P before he calls D for dud. After Christy calls an N while on FP for $500, we have...

L O B S T E R

T A N _

T O P

...and she solves LOBSTER TANK TOP to double that and inch up to four large.

DUDS: $300 C (Alicia), $300 D (Matt)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Matt
SOLE DQ: Christy (L bobble)

My favorite category of Rhyme Time goes with this $3K Toss-Up:

_ U M B O

_ U _ B O

Christy gets rid of some MUMBO JUMBO to sweep the TUs and go to seven thou.

Last Chance Round category is Thing and consonants are worth...$1.5K apiece, but Christy could still possibly catch up. After Alicia calls a pair of D's...

R _ N D O _ / _ _ T

O F / _ _ N D N _ S S

...it's always a RANDOM ACT OF KINDESS when we credit a solve to people like her when she starts staying it by the time the buzzer sounds for $4.5K! Christy leaves with $7K and Matt's won the match with $11,555 in cash & vacation!

So far, $23,055 in cash & Spice Island has been given away tonight.

SOLE DUD: G (Alicia)

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding WC): $3,600

Maxwell House Big Money Round: As previously mentioned at the beginning of last week, the car available to be won this week is a Mercedes-Benz C300 Sport Sedan from Rusnak Mercedes-Benz of Acadia. Matt spins the ampersand and the topic is Thing. Starting with:

_ _ _ _ _ _ N E

He calls H, B, G and O and gets...

B _ _ _ B O N E

...his BACKBONE just won him...




























































































...that sleek blue Mercedes (Std., Paint, AT, Trim) worth $38,275 plus another $5K, for a grand total of $54,830 in cash & stuff! And that brings the Feeding America Bonus Round Charity Bank to $177.5K!

BTW, each member of tonight's studio audience will also receive a can of Maxwell House Coffee!

J!: Mike Hodel made a respectable improvement in the winnings column while retaining his title at the end of last week, and he's going to try to do even better tonight against:

Carol Denny (Arnold, MD)- Writer for a non-profit environmental foundation
Dylan Payne (NYC)- A psychatrist whose wife Meredith was previously on this show; they got married 10 days before this episode was taped

The first six categories of the week are:

STATES' FORMER CAPITALS
NBA HALL OF FAMERS
SECRET MENUS
DIED ON THE SAME DAY
LET'S CALL TRIPLE "A"
STRING THEORY 101

Hodel hits the Daily Double under the $800 clue in Let's Call Triple "A" with a C-note to his credit; he's $400 behind Denny for the early lead, while Payne's starting out with two Benjamins. He wagers the face value of the answer, so to shift the $400 lead over to his side, here's the clue:

The university environment.

"What is academia?"...correct for a new leading total of $1,800! He adds a grand to that by the first break; he's leading Payne by $800, and Denny's not too far behind with $1,800.

(Note: The $600 Died on the Same Day clue was about Art Fleming dying on April 25, 1995.)

LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $2,400

Scores after First Round:

Mike: $3,400
Dylan: $6,400
Carol: $5K

DJ! Subjects:

LIBRARIES
THE HOUND OF MUSIC
PLAY ADJECTIVES
JERSEY GIRLS
RUSSIAN
STRING THEORY 201

Hodel has DD #2 of the night with the $800 clue about Libraries. With $7,400, he's $2,200 behind Payne for second place and $6K behind Denny for first. He's making it a True DD. To jump back into the lead with $14,800 or probably lose any hopes of retaining his crown, the answer this time is:

Raffaele Farina, known as Bibliothecarius XLVI, is its head librarian.

"What is The Vatican?"...DOUBLE to $14,800, giving him the lead back; furthermore, he SWEEPS that category to climb to $19,600! But when we get to the end of the round, the last DD attached to the last Jersey Girls clue is controlled by Denny with a second-place score of $14,600; Payne has $12K and Hodel's still leading with 20 big ones. She puts four C-notes and her second-place position on the line with this:

Governor of New Jersey from 1994-2001, she appointed the state's first female attorney general.

"Who is Christine Whitman?"...that's got it to stay in second heading into the final with $18,600!

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS OF THE ROUND: $2K (String Theory 201)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS OF THE ROUND: $1,600 (The Hound of Music)
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $3,600

Scores after Double Jeopardy!:

Mike: $20K
Dylan: $12K
Carol: $18,600


CORYAT SCORES:

Mike: $13,400
Dylan: $12K
Carol: $16,600


They're entering a 4/5 betting situation.

FJ! TOPIC: Prisons.

Nazi Rudolf Hess in 1941 & the notorious Kray Twins in 1952 were among the last people briefly heard here.

Dylan Payne's response was "What is Alcatraz?"...no wonder why he's shaking his head about that response- he's incorrect. His suggested betting range was $6,601-$9,199...BUT HE BLOWS EVERYTHING. Carol Denny wrote "What was Nuremburg?"...NO. Her suggested wagering window was $5,401-$6,599...and she went with the former part of that range, making her final score $13,199. Mike Hodel risked $17,300 instead of $17,201...BUT HE SAID ALCATRAZ ALSO, making Denny the new champ and sending him home with $22,200. Correct: What was the Tower of London?

DFtL!: Will 18-year-old Jessica Garcia from Lakewood, CA (who is a sophomore college student that's also a singing/dancing car hop on skates) become the first $50K winner on this show? She'll have to know a song from each of these categories first before she even thinks about accmoplishing that:

ROCK
1970s
POP
TV THEMES

1. Rock
A: "Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969)
B: "Pride & Joy" by Stevie Ray Vaughan (1983)
PICK: "Fortunate Son"
MISSING WORDS: Three

PREVIOUS LINE: "Ooh, they point the cannon at you, Lord, it ain't me"
BASE GUESS: "Why don't you?"


A: "Let it be"
B: "Is it me?"
C: "It ain't me"


CHOICE: C- CORRECT

2. 1970s
A: "Please Come To Boston" by Dave Loggins (1974)
B: "Kiss You All Over" by Exile (1978)
PICK: "Kiss You All Over"

MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "I wanna kiss you all over..."
FINAL GUESS: "...and all over again..." (A: "...'til the night closes in")


3. TV Themes
A: "Three's Company (1977)
B: "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" (1990)

PICK: "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "On the playground is where I..."

FINAL GUESS: "...spent most of my days"

4. Pop
A: "(I Just) Died In Your Arms" by Cutting Crew (1986)
B: "Breathe" by Faith Hill (1999)
PICK: "Breathe"
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "Baby, isn't that the way..."
FINAL GUESS: "...that love's supposed to be?"


Domino's Pizza Fun Fact: Coldplay's song "Yellow" was inspired by The Yellow Pages.

She leaves with $5K.

ENCORE: "Womanizer" by Britney Spears (2008)
MISSING WORDS: 10
PREVIOUS LINE: "Womanizer, woman, womanizer"
GUESS: "You're a womanizer, oh, womanizer, oh, you're a womanizer baby"


5th Grader: In Cheer Week, the coaches of some high school cheerleading teams will be going for the big money, and there's a cheerleading version of the theme song! First up is Matt Goldberg from Agoura Hills High School (who was a student at the University of Tennessee; he's been coaching for 11 years). Subjects, please:

1st Grade Anatomy
1st Grade Grammar
2nd Grade Measurements
2nd Grade Science
3rd Grade English
3rd Grade U.S. History
4th Grade Math
4th Grade Social Studies

FIRST CLASSMATE: Antonio (who can name all the Greek gods/goddesses)
OPENING SUBJECT: Anatomy

T or F: A typical human hand's made up of one bone.

He gets on the board with False.

SUBJECT #2: Measurements

If three identical blocks laid end to end total one foot in length, how many inches long is one of those blocks?

After Matt does the math, he correctly locks in four.

SUBJECT #3: U.S. History

Which of the following machines was patented by Thomas Edison in the 1870s?

A: Sewing machine
B: Phonograph
C: Radio

He's pretty sure in locking in the phonograph...he should be, because he now has $5K.

SECOND CLASSMATE: T.J. (who won first place in the science fair at least once)
SUBJECT #4: Social Studies


What U.S. state was named for Queen Henrietta Maria, the wife of King Charles I of England?

After talking it out, Matt guesses Maryland...yes indeed!

SUBJECT #5: Math

What numbers make up the intersection of the set (3,4,5,6) and the set (0,2,4,6)?

Matt's not sure at all about four & six, so he uses the Copy on T.J., who instead wrote three & five...MATT HAD IT RIGHT, BUT HE GETS CHEATED OUT OF $12.5K.

SUBJECT #6: English

"Fled" is the past tense of what verb?

Matt quickly locks in "flee" for $3.5K.

FINAL CLASSMATE: Madison (who loves to ride horses)
SUBJECT #7: Science

If Jill wanted to view an enlarged image of an amoeba, which of the following instruments should she use?

A: Sthethoscope
B: Microscope
C: Gyroscope


He uses the Peek on Madison and accepts her answer of microscope...yes.

FINAL SUBJECT: Grammar

How many words in this question are nouns?

Matt makes three his final answer...to get him back to $5K. But he gives that back for a shot at 50 G's.

BONUS QUESTION TOPIC: U.S. Geography

Dedicated by LBJ in 1964, the Eufaula Dam created Eufaula Lake, one of the world's largest man-made lakes. In what U.S. state are both the dam and the lake located?

He takes a wild guess of Minnesota...NO, it was Oklahoma, so at least he never would've won the whole thing. In any event, he gets the $2.5K gift card.

Millionaire:

Conclusion of Christine Wertheimer's game
Start of Dan Maggin's game

Episode ratings:

8: "Pictureka!" & "Wheel of Fortune"
7: "Don't Forget the Lyrics!" & "Millionaire"
6: "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?", "Jeopardy!" & "The Price is Right"
5: "Catch 21" & "Let's Make a Deal"

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