TPiR: The first four "Links" in Contestant's Row this morning according to George Gray are Alisha Robison, Donna Holland, Sharon Stephens & Tyler Heckeman, and Door #2 houses the opening IUFB of the Avanti home gym (Rachel).
Sharon's T-shirt wants her to play Pl!nko, but she'll have to settle for Punch-a-Bunch (Manuela w/ big bill & Gwendolyn w/ the SPs).
1. Fondue set
IS NOT: $129
PICK: LOWER- $150
2. Armani Exchange sunglasses
ARE NOT: $100
PICK: HIGHER- $75
3. Drink mixer
IS NOT: $15
PICK: HIGHER- $30
4. Red portable kettle smoker
IS NOT: $50
PICK: HIGHER- $80
She punches out Holes #16 & #24. The first one is worth $250...while the other costs her $150.
Immediately following her is Margaret Jenkins & IUFB #2 is a selection of designer boots/shoes (Gwen & Rachel).
Donna, who's making Drew Carey's chest look like a punching bag, plays Any Number for either 60 pieces of porcelain dinnerware (Manuela) or a 2011 Ford Ranger (Std., SpdCtrl, Prot)(Rachel at Door #2).
1. 6- Pricey Ziffel ($ _ . 6 _)
2. 5- RANGER ($ 1 _ , 5 _ _)
3. 7- Pricey Ziffel ($ 7 . 6 _)
4. 8- Dinnerware ($ 8 _ _)
5. 4- Dinnerware ($ 8 4 _)
6. 9- RANGER ($ 1 9 , 5 _ _)
7. 3- RANGER ($ 1 9 , 5 _ 3)
FINAL CHOICE: 2- HEAD FOR THE HILLS, DREW! ($19,523)
Left behind in Piggy Bank: $7.61
Sixth is Marine Corps member Chase Dittrich & the third IUFB of the morning will be a nine-foot shuffleboard table from Escalade Sports (Manuela at Door #3).
Tyler: BUCK (STUPID BID)
Chase, a control officer, plays One Wrong Price for a Bose home theater sound system marked at a grand (Gwen), the JVC 47" LCD HDTV w/ the 160 GB iPod marked at $1,448 (Rachel) & a Flexsteel Jet Stream home theater chair group marked at $2,199 (Manuela). He picks the sound stuff...but the TV package was $2,048.
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Chase ($599): Quarter + 20 = $.45
Sharon ($3,209): 30 + 35 = $.65
Donna ($22,408): WINS W/ $.90!
Edwin Callaise, Jr. then reports to the orange spot & the fourth IUFB today's a pair of Sonim XP3 Quest Pro cell phones w/ the one-year family calling plan (Rachel).
Tyler plays Safe Crackers (Manuela) for a trip to Walt Disney World (Gwen; includes hotel accomodations at the J.W. Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes) & four pieces of Diane von Furstenberg luggage blue/white luggage (three rolling bags & a tote bag), all worth $7,455.
NUMBERS IN LUGGAGE: 0, 6 & 8
Tyler sets the dials at $860...pack your bags, sir!
Cynthia McManus next gets chosen on & the next IUFB up for grabs is a Le Vian men's diamond ring coming down from the ceiling.
ARP: $3,299- that's NOT good for Alisha.
Edwin plays Double Prices for a pair of blue Honda Rebel CMX-250s (Manuela & Rachel). They're either $7,998 or $8,598. The price he wants is $7,998 & Rachel stands next to the board...yes!
The last contestant at The Bob Barker Studio this week is Natasha Williams & the final one-bid prize's gonna be a contemporary glass buffet set (Gwen behind splitting sign). Alisha needs to win this to avoid joining the First Four Breakfast Club.
HAVING TO CHECK IN AT THE MEMBERSHIP DESK: Alisha
Natasha plays Stack the Deck for, get this- a 2011 BMW 328i Convertible (Fairly loaded)(Manuela at Door #3)!!! Board:
(Note: The text for the grocery prices in this game is smaller as of today.)
1. Three-pack of Extra Winterfresh gum & a bag of Corazona's Heart-Healthy Lightly Salted Tortilla Chips
PICK: Gum- CORRECT; SELECTS LAST DIGIT ($ _ _ , _ _ 2)
2. Wesson Oil & Snuggle Fabric Softener
PICK: Oil- YES INDEED; SELECTS THIRD DIGIT ($ _ _ , 8 _ 2)
3. Invisible Glass cleaner & a big jug of SunnyD
PICK: SunnyD- $2.99
For the Beamer, she forms together a price of $47,852...
$ 4 7 , 8 5 2
...not a bad guess, but she's NOT even close. It was $51,872.
Video Bonus: Stack the Deck played for a BMW!
My lineup today:
1. Stack the Deck (because of the BMW)
3. One Wrong Price
4. Safe Crackers
5. Any Number
6. Double Prices
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Natasha ($1,200): $.65
Tyler ($9,105): $.85
Edwin ($11,297): $.85
Showcase #1 has the MacPro desktop computer system (Manuela), a trip to The Westin NY (Manuela) & the Camaro (Gwen at Door #3).
DONNA BIDS $35.5K ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE (which means if she wins at least this extravaganza, the Ranger will stay in Door #2)
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $32,333
As for Edwin, he could win two outdoor cabanas w/ an outdoor shower (Gwen at Door #1), a trip to the Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort (Manuela at Door #4) & the Sanibel sailboat (Rachel at Door #2).
EDWIN BIDS 25 GRAND ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE- GARF OF THE CENTURY
MY BID FOR TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE: $38,125
ARP: $38,316 (I DSWed)
OVER- EDWIN WINS!
Edwin wins $49,613 in merchandise.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $86,134
LMaD: The first deal is called Majority Rules.
Round 1: $700 or Silver Envelope?
Tyava: TAKE THE DEAL
Anthony (referee): KEEP IT
Brianna (mad hatter): TAKE THE DEAL
ENVELOPE: Fred Segal Salon makeover ($1,220)
Round 2: The Big Box?
Tyava: TAKE THE DEAL
Anthony: TAKE THE DEAL
Brianna: TAKE THE DEAL
BOX: Lance Cali Classic 125 motorscooter ($1,999)
Round 3: Curtain #2?
Tyava: TAKE THE DEAL
Anthony: KEEP IT
Brianna: KEEP IT
CURTAIN: Home entertainment center, including the Samsung 55" LED LCD HDTV & one-year Netflix subscription ($5,504)
THE BIG RISK (Curtain #1): Anthony & Brianna- Crime-fighting donkey
Friday's featured couple is Ronald (who's wearing a red wig) & Takeya from New Jersey (who's wearing black/yellow attire), who are playing the Roll the Car Envelope Deal for the $19,994 VW Golf (Curtain #3).
Late in their playing, they're offered $1K, $1,200, $1,300 & $1.5K...but they're going for the VW. Well...THEY DIDN'T NEED THE SECOND ROLL- ENVELOPE #2 WAS IT ALL ALONG; PERFECT DEAL!
Travis could take a $4,900 10-day Caravan.com tour of Costa Rica if he picks the Costa Rican flag out of the three displayed. He picks Flag #1...but he listens to those moaning in the audience & bails out w/ a Nikon digital SLR camera & a JVC flash-memory HD camcorder, a prize package worth $2,050 (Curtain #3). Had he kept his flag...he would've gone nowhere. #3 was what needed to be chosen.
The next deal starts w/ Erica (dressed as Pocahantas) being given the option of a bankroll w/ a $20 bill on the outside or what's in the given black Marc Jacobs designer purse. She takes the bag...& in it is an AjMadison washer/dryer, for a total deal of $3,593. Since she passed on the money, it's going to William (dressed as a monkey) before being offered Curtain #2. William wants the money...in the bankroll are 34 $50s, so the cash adds up to $1,720. Finally, the middle curtain's passed over to Jennifer (who's wearing a bird hat), but she could give it back for Curtain #1 w/ a clue of Outdoors. She keeps her curtain...but gets eaten up by a ZONKMOBILE. That's going to cost her...a Bull BBQ island, patio furniture & gardening services for a year, which was all worth $7,832.
Whether he likes it or not, Wayne Brady's being put on the spot by Tiffany Coyne, forcing Jonathan Mangum to take over as host for most of this deal! He makes Brent the interrogator for this deal involving Curtain #3. Even though Brent's car broke down recently, he walks away from this for $1.5K...the Mazda2.
Lastly, Leah (dressed as a cop) sells this for a thou...a DUD yellow skateboard against a brick wall- PERFECT DEAL #2!
THE BIG DEAL: Erica takes a shot at a $26,174 Big Deal. She picks Door #2, which holds The Bank Vault...but w/ only $2,274 in it.
Door #1: Bayliner ski boat & trip to South Carolina (which was revealed second)
Door #3: Living room & a Gateway laptop ($6,433)
TNG: Episode 4060's couples:
Rich & Jolynn (1/3 a year; he first met her at her own hair salon by continuously buying their products until she took him out on a date)
Fabio & Latasha (1 1/2 years; they once got pulled over by the po-po for swerving)
James & Jaime (1/3 a year; they spent their honeymoon driving on Route 66)
Gary's Intro: "The leader of the love pack"
1. Which one of these peanut butter varieties best describes your wife's backside- smooth & creamy, firm & all-natural or chunky delicious?
2. What's the most obsessive thing your better half does right before leaving to go on vacation?
3. If you were business partners, which one of you would definitely want to be the boss?
2. Going to the bathroom repeatedly
2. Double & triple-checking the cat named Princess so that it's well taken care of
1. S & C
2. Double-checking their alarm clocks
SECOND HONEYMOON AT STAKE: Almond Beach Club & Spa in Barbados
1. CD (5)(Reeds Romance Moment of the Night)
2. Plan & pack
3. Herself (10)
1. CD (5)
2. Pack several days ahead of time
1. S & C
2. Plan an order
3. Herself (5)
1. Did your very first love-making session run like a well-oiled machine, a work in progress or a shaky experiment?
2. If your life depended on your husband answering one trivia question & you got to pick the category, what specific subject would you choose for him?
Air Wick Question of the Night: You just found out that you're the heir to a fashion empire. Does your husband think you should sell the biz & become a lady of leisure, take over the company & become his sugar mama or keep your day job & let his mom run the company?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If I was in charge of the Five-Star Guide to Dating, I would have rated our first date ___ stars out of five, while my husband would have probably given it ___ stars."
3. Take over
BONUS: Five (both)
3. Take over
BONUS: Five (both)
BONUS: Five (both)
1. Machine (20)
BONUS: Five (both)- WIN! (50)
1. Machine (15)
BONUS: Four, five (30)
1. Machine (15)
3. Take over
BONUS: Five (both)(45)
Consolation Prize: Cuisinart Elite II food processor
WoF: As Lora Cain's first week comes to a close, this episode begins w/ a $1,000 Toss-Up in the category of Thing:
A / _ I C E
B I G / S _ I L E
Stephen gets disqualified for leaving out the third word. That allows Alexandra to put on A NICE BIG SMILE & be talked about first:
Alexandra McNay (Kansas City, MO; originally from Quincy, IL)- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers worker
Nichelle Thomas (Inglewood, CA)- Event company owner/former 20-year member of the Navy
Stephen Hutchings (Huson, MT)- Missoula County building official
The theme of the $2K TU's On the Map:
_ _ _ / A R _ _ I C
O _ _ _ _
Alexandra's 2-for-2 w/ THE ARCTIC OCEAN.
A cruise to the Mediterranean from Oceania Cruises worth two bucks shy of $8K now floats on the wheel as we find out that the Gold Bond Jackpot Round category is Phrase; this is the other episode of the week to offer the Ritz Camera Image gift tag. She calls an immediate dud of N, however. Secondly, Nichelle calls two S's for $600 & two N's for another $900, but she then buys the only dud vowel on the board (I). Third, Stephen calls two T's for $1,600, buys three E's, calls a $600 V, purchases an O, but then comes a dud of H. Returning to Alexandra, she calls a $900 L, buys three A's, calls a C for the cruise & buys the last vowel of U. After that, though, she duds out w/ P to likely lose $8,398 in cash & cruise. Nichelle then lights the $300 B & $800 D to complete this board...
B A S E D / O N
A C T U A L / E V E N T S
...and she pronounces "BASED ON ACTUAL EVENTS" correctly for $2,350 & stays in control.
DUDS: $300 H (Stephen), I (Nichelle), $600 P (Alexandra), $300 R (Alexandra)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $10,350
Prize Puzzle Round's about tonight's answer to the question What Are You Doing? To begin this round, Nichelle Bankrupts next to $3.5K on the spot. Second, Stephen calls two N's for the Wild Card but then hits Lose a Turn along w/ Alexandra. On Nichelle's second chance this round, she calls two G's for $1,600 & buys both obvious I's at the top, followed by an $800 T but then LaT. Stephen next calls two E's while on Free Play, but he then gets the other natural Bankrupt to give up the WC. Alexandra then purchases three O's for free while on FP, calls three S's for $2,100, three H's for another nine Benjamins & the same number of R's for 2,700 more dollars prior to buying the U to clean out the vowels, lighting a $500 F while on FP & Bankrupting the same way Nichelle did to begin w/ to cost her $5,950. After a $1K pair of W's & a $500 K, her next call of L is no good. Stephen then lights up a P and...
S K I I N G
T H R O U G H / F R E S H
P O W _ E R / S N O W
...he also wins the right to be SKIING THROUGH FRESH POWDER SNOW during his visit to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort worth $5,700, $6,200 total.
SOLE DUD: $500 L (Nichelle)
LaTs: 3 (Everybody)
BANKRUPTS: 3 (ditto)
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: MP7672922 (Mary P. from Georgia)
Same Letter is the IHOP Mystery Round category. The new leader, Stephen, opens this round of action w/ a $300 T, the purchase of three E's & an $800 N, but that's followed by a dud vowel buy of A. Second, Alexandra hits LaT again. Third, Nichelle calls two R's for $900 but then a negative of S. Back to Stephen, he calls for a $350 L, but following that is his second Bankrupt of the night (next to top dollar in this case). Alexandra's second go-round sees her put up a $700 Y & a D while on the Mystery Wedge near the Million Dollar one. She risks her seven bills...& on the back is the 10 grand! That's followed by a trio of O's to close the vowel department but then a baddie of W, so she leaves $10,450 on the table this time. Following that, Nichelle lights up half a dozen P's as the SL for an additional $1,800 & we have...
P E R _ E _ T L Y
P O P P E D
P O P C O R N
...she eats some PERFECTLY POPPED POPCORN worth another $2,700 to her score, bringing her to $5,050.
DUDS: A (Stephen), $450 S (Nichelle), $900 W (Alexandria)
LaT: Alexandra (2nd tonight)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Stephen
This $3K TU under the theme of Person is important, because it's a low-scoring pitcher's duel...
S _ _ R E T
_ _ _ I R E R
...and Michelle acts as a SECRET ADMIRER to take first place over for now w/ $8,050.
Last Chance Round talks about the realm of Show Biz & consonants are valued at $1,300 a pop; this very likely will decide the match. When two T's are lit...
L _ M _ T _ _
_ N G _ G _ M _ N T
...Alexandra gets LIMITED ENGAGEMENT for an extra $2,600 & a final last-place cash haul of $5,600. Stephen's going skiing in Jackson Hole w/ $500 spending money & Michelle survives as the lowest-winning maingame winner of the season w/ $8,050.
Thus, just $19,850 in cash & ski trip has been won to this point on the episode.
SOLE DUD: R (Alexandra)
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding WC): $6,300
Big Money Round: Michelle Thomas spins the S in SPIN & the last BMR of the second week of '11 is Phrase. We give her to start:
_ _ R _
_ T / _ _ T
G, M, A & C DON'T appear in this puzzle...and she decides to POUR IT OUT instead of WORK IT OUT. That makes her the LOWEST-WINNING CHAMP OF THE SEASON...
...& she loses $35K.
J!: Anthony Fox's challengers this evening:
Matt McQueary (Cold Spring, KY)- Governmental auditor
John McLean (Pasadena, CA)- Software consultant
The Guys' First Six Categories:
DROP DEAD DIVA
THE BIG "C"
THEY'RE ON CABLE TV
Fox finds the Daily Double seven clues in on the second Drop Dead Diva clue; he's leading McLean $2,200-$800. He wagers $1,400, so to double his early lead, here's the clue:
This Jazz diva who sang "Strange Fruit" was just 44 & under arrest in her hospital bed when she passed away in 1959.
"Who is Carmen Miranda?"...yes, she was a singer, but she WASN'T the right one- it was Billie Holiday, so he drops to a tie for first place at $800 apiece. He's back to $1,200 by the first break, which is 1/3 McLean's Lock Game Territory score of $3,600; McQueary's on the board w/ a couple hundred bucks.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1K (Rescue Me)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $200 (Drop Dead Diva)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $1,200
Scores After First Round:
Double Jeopardy! Board:
IT'S AN HONOR
SPOUSE IN COMMON TO... (two names are listed on each clue)
WHAT'S IN AN OLD TESTAMENT NAME?
WINE, WHITE WINE
SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGIC ENDINGS
The $1,600 It's an Honor clue nets McLean a DD w/ $7,600; he's leading McQueary by two grand & the champion by $2,600. His wager's $1,900 on this clue:
A communications building at Sam Houston State University in Texas is named for this alumnus & former CBS News anchor.
"Who is Dan Rather?"...that's who I would've guessed, & that's right to bump him up to $9.5K! McQueary later runs into the last one of the week underneath the $800 clue from What's in an Old Testament Name? w/ three clues left after that & this game's a real nail-biter- McLean's barely leading w/ $11.5K, followed by McQueary w/ $11,200 & Fox at $11K. This answer's worth an extra $1,200 & the lead to McQueary if he's right:
The first of the Hebrew patriarchs, his name means "father of many".
"Who is Abraham?"...correct for $12,400 & the right to go into first!
DJ! LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $6,400
Pre-Final Jeopardy! Scores:
FJ! WAGERING SUGGESTIONS (4/5 & Stratton's Dilemma):
John: Less than $6.5K or more than $10.5K
FJ! CATEGORY: The Presidency.
From the same state, they're the two Presidents whose occupations are listed by World Book as "planter".
Anthony Fox wrote "Who are (Thomas) Jefferson & (Andrew) Jackson?"...Jackson's incorrect. His wager...a grand, leaving him w/ 10 times that figure. John McLean came up w/ "Who are Jefferson & (Jimmy) Carter?"...Carter's NOT the other President we needed, either. That costs him...$2,501, so that ELIMINATES him w/ $8,999. Matt McQueary thought the other right President was John Adams...NO, it was the first President, George Washington, so down to $4,999 he goes & Fox retains! Two-day total: $25,800.
FGN: There's a $10K bank card & the Brazilian getaway up for the taking tonight as these two families engage in a fun feud:
Red Team: Connor (who does Karate), Matt (a dad who plays the piano), Dotty (a mom/chef who has a blue belt in Karate) & Madison (a fast-swimming sister who also does Karate)
Yellow Team: Daniel (whose nickname is Nathaniel), Willie (a joking dad), Diana (mom) & Michael (a brother who enjoys flying kites w/ Daniel)
1. ...grew up in Washington Heights, not far from Yankee Stadium?
2. ...was the World Series MVP at age 32?
3. ...has hit over 500 home runs in his career?
4. ...was traded to the L.A. Dodgers by the Boston Red Sox in 2008?
Madison (on third clue): Babe Ruth (A: Manny Ramirez)
First Monopoly Crazy Cash Card Choices:
Twister Lights Out Prize: Ping-pong table
KIDS' ROUND ELIMINATION ORDER:
FINAL ELIMINATION: Connor
ADULTS' ROUND ELIMINATION ORDER:
DOUBLE ELIMINATION: Dotty & Willie
FINAL ELIMINATION: Diana
SUDDEN DEATH W/ THE KIDS:
DOUBLE ELIMINATION: The Yellow Kids
Connor's Second CCC Choice: Wheelbarrow
Guesstures Freefall Prize: Celestron telescope
IMPORTANT NOTE: Tonight, the format for this particular game has changed again. 1:30 is put on the clock & each of the three designated teammates will get :30 to act out as many charades as they can. Each correct answer in the first :30 is worth 10 points; after that, the point value goes up by 10 every :30, so any right answers in the last :30 are worth 30 a pop. Also, up to three passes are allowed.
1. Robot (10)
2. Baby (20)
1. Spider (40)
2. King Kong
2. Balance beam (all passes now gone)
3. Measure (70)
4. Jump shot
1. Sweeping (10)
2. Drums (20)
3. Boxing (30)
4. Painting (40)
5. Swim (50)
6. Dizzy (60)
1. Superman- WIN W/ :44 LEFT! (80)
Connor's Third CCC Choice: Battleship
Sorry! Sliders Prize: Raging Waters pass
YT: Two Ones
RT: Two Threes
YT: Three + SORRY = Three
Connor's Fourth CCC Choice: Boot
Cranium Prize: Cotton candy maker
TOPIC: Creative Cat
Identify the Clay Object Round:
RT: Tractor (80)
Blindfolded Drawing Round (w/ the kids guessing):
2. Moustache (20)(100)
1. Hot dog
Connor's Fifth CCC Choice: Hat
Bounce N' Boogie Boggle Prize: Ocean Kayak
Bonus: Digital music players
Bonus Word: CANDLE
Connor: END (3)
Nathaniel: ANGLE (5)
Madison: SELL (7)
Michael: MANGLES (12)
Dotty: MALE (11)
Diana: VEND (16)
Matt: ANGLES (17)
Willie: LIKES (21)
Connor: EVE (20)
Nathaniel: WINE (25)
Madison: ILL (23)
Michael: WALLS (30)
Dotty: EVEN (27)
Diana: MICE (34)
Willie: CLAM- WIN W/ A RECORD 38 POINTS!
Nathaniel's Other CCC Choice: Piggy bank
Wheelbarrow- $285 ($620)
Battleship- $615 ($1,235)
Boot- $2K ($3,235)
Hat- $625 ($3,860)
Piggy bank- $565 ($1,395); RT WINS!
BREAK BANK CARD: Horse
5th Grader: The Friday player is Kelly Bates (who's an executive assistant, a former dancer & a Radford University graduate). She'll use her winnings to buy some new shoes.
1st Grade Measurements
1st Grade Vocabulary
2nd Grade Astronomy
2nd Grade Grammar
3rd Grade Earth Science
3rd Grade Health
4th Grade U.S. History
4th Grade Social Studies
FIRST CLASSMATE: Danielle
OPENING SUBJECT: Measurements
Jane wants to make 15 cents using only U.S. pennies & nickles. If she has exactly two nickels, how many pennies does she need?
Three add up to $500.
SUBJECT #2: Astronomy
T or F: During a full moon, the near side of The Moon is illuminated by The Sun.
Kelly, since you think that's True...here's another C-note for you.
SUBJECT #3: Health
T or F: In humans, one of the jobs of white blood cells is to protect the body from infection by destroying germs.
Both she & Danielle know that's also True for $5K.
SECOND CLASSMATE: Ty
SUBJECT #4: U.S. History
John Hancock, the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence, was a representative of which of the 13 colonies?
She uses the Copy on Ty, who wrote Massachusetts. She would've guessed Pennsylvania...but Massachusetts sends her to $12.5K!
SUBJECT #5: Social Studies
The U.S. territory of Guam has how many U.S. Senators?
Kelly uses the Peek right away. Ty has a guess of two & she agrees w/ her (she was thinking one)...they're both wrong- the actual number was an ironic zero.
SUBJECT #6: Earth Science
The inner core of the Earth's comprised primarily of nickel & what other metallic element?
This is her worst subject. Kelly's guess is iron...good enough for $3.5K.
SUBJECT #7: Grammar
How many adjectives are in the following state- "Jill has two cats & one hamster"?
The number two puts her back up to $4.5K.
FINAL SUBJECT: Vocabulary
By definition, the word "steed" refers to which of the following animals- cow, goat or horse?
W/ an answer of horse, Kelly makes it back to the $5K mark before taking The Big Risk.
BONUS QUESTION CATEGORY: Science (oh dear)
The "Father of Genetics" nickname given to an Austrian botanist who was born in 1822 & helped develope the Theory of Hereditary Genes through experiments w/ pea pods. What was his first & last name?
Her final answer of Charles Darwin sends her home w/ the $2.5K card; Gregor Mendel had that nickname.
DFtL!: On the end-of-week doubleheader, Sally Bolger from Hickman, CA (who's a former Barbie spokesperson) got to sing first.
Specialty Categories: Love Songs & R & B
1. Rock (she thought this was the hardest subject on the board)
A: "Good Golly, Miss Molly" by Little Richard (1958)
B: "Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield (1981)
PICK: "Jessie's Girl"
MISSING WORDS: Four
PREVIOUS LINE: "Where can I find..."
FINAL GUESS: "...a woman like that?"
2. R & B
A: "Lovin' You" by Minnie Riperton (1975)
B: "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" by Ottis Redding (1968)
PICK: "The Dock of the Bay"
MISSING WORDS: Six
PREVIOUS LINE: "...on the dock of the bay, wasting time"
FINAL GUESS (nothing at first): "I left my home in Georgia"
A: "I Think We're Alone Now" by Tiffany (1987)
B: "...Baby, One More Time" by Britney Spears (1999)
PICK: "I Think We're Alone Now"
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "I think we're alone now, there doesn't..."
FINAL GUESS: "...seem to be anyone around"
4. Love Songs
A: "I'll Always Love You" by Taylor Dayne (1968)
B: "Friday, I'm in Love" by The Cure (1992)
PICK: "I'll Always Love You"
MISSING WORDS: Seven
PREVIOUS LINE: "With your sweet, sexy ways you gave..."
BASE GUESS (after initially blanking again): "...me strength when I needed so much"
A: "...me love when I wanted someone near"
B: "...me strength when I needed someone here"
C: "...me hope when I needed someone near"
CHOICE: B (A: A)
Trivia Question: Which state were both Bob Dylan & Prince born in- Minnesota, Arizona, Illinois or Georgia?
Hint: This state's home to the Mayo Clinic
She made the $10K gamble.
ENCORE: "Takin' it to the Streets" by The Doobie Brothers (1976)
MISSING WORDS: Nine
PREVIOUS LINE: "You will find him..."
FINAL GUESS: "...but not my mother..." (A: "...everywhere wherever people live together, tied in poverty's despair")
Closing out the week was Dominic Holland from Bakersfield, CA.
Specialty Categories: 2000s & Elvis!
A: "Windy" by The Association (1967)
B: "Ride Like the Wind" by Christopher Cross (1979)
PICK: "Ride Like the Wind"
MISSING WORDS: Four
PREVIOUS LINE: "And I've got such a..."
FINAL GUESS: "...long way to go"
A: "Don't Know Why" by Norah Jones (2002)
B: "Hanging By a Moment" by Lifehouse (2001)
PICK: "Hanging By a Moment"
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "I'm standing here..."
FINAL GUESS: "...until you make me move"
MySpace Karaoke Singer of the Night: Patricia (Bakersfield, CA)
A: "Hound Dog" (1956)
B: "All Shook Up" (1957)
PICK: "Hound Dog"
MISSING WORDS: Six
PREVIOUS LINE: "Well, they said you was high-classed"
FINAL GUESS: "But that was just a lie" (A: "Well, that was just a lie")
A: "American Woman" by The Guess Who (1970)
B: "Heartbreaker" by Pat Benetar (1980)
PICK: "American Woman"
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "Now woman, I said stay away; American..."
BASE GUESS: "...Woman, listen what I say"
A: His guess
B: "...Woman, listen up right now"
C: "...Woman, listen to my words"
Other TQ: Which of these singers was originally offered Isaac Hayes' role of Chef on "South Park"?
A: Barry White
B: Stevie Wonder
Hint: His original name was Barrence Carter
He didn't want to make the same mistake Sally did, so he walked w/ the $5K.
ENCORE: "I'm Coming Out" by Diana Ross (1980)
MISSING WORDS: 10
PREVIOUS LINE: "There's a new me coming out and I just..."
GUESS: "...got to live, I just wanna give, I'm completely positive" (A: "...had to live, and I wanna give, I'm completely positive")
Conclusion of Paul Bowden's game
Start of Game 3
"Don't Forget the Lyrics!":
2 AM: 5
2:30 AM: 7
8: "Family Game Night"
7: "Jeopardy!", "Let's Make a Deal", "The Newlywed Game" & "The Price is Right"
6: "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?" & "Millionaire"
3: "Wheel of Fortune"