LMaD: The opening deal has Komal from California (dressed as a housewife) deciding if she wants to keep the Cold Weather-related prize inside the treasure chest Jonathan Mangum's holding or Curtain #2. She wants the curtain in the middle...and behind it are a few things that she can use outside, a BBQ, a patio set & a sauna, all worth $7,090! With Adriana (dressed as a schoolgirl) now in possession of the chest, she gives the chest to Clayton from Detroit (dressed as a bass fisherman) for what's behind Curtain #1...a Honda ATV worth a buck shy of $3,000. Back to Clayton, he's offered $600 & $800 before he settles on $900...yes, it was a ski trip to Lake Tahoe at the Montbleu Resort, Casino & Spa & the Heavenly Mountain Resort worth $5,077.
Before we play the Lotto, we must do the first-ever elimination round for it; being called on are Dailese, Benjamin (dressed as a soccer referee) & Amelia (dressed as a clown). Here, they will each choose one of three colored lottery tickets. One of them is worth $100, another's worth $250 & the other says WIN. Whoever has the WIN will get a chance to play for a car.
Dailese: Green- $250
Benjamin: Red- $100
Amelia: Blue- WIN
Here's The Board:
Wayne Brady: $89.95
Tiffany Coyne: $5K
Jonathan: $3K (at Amelia's request)
CAR (Curtain #2): Suzuki SX4 Crossover (includes automatic transmission)($17,989)
Her three choices are #2, #4 & #7.
1. #2- SUZUKI
2. #4- WAYNE
She can go for either the Suzuki or the money in the host's piggy bank, or leave w/ a Sony video gaming package that includes the Samsung 46" LCD HDTV worth $2,880 (big box). She's going for it.
FINAL SCRATCH-OFF: #7- WINS SUZUKI; PERFECT DEAL!
(Note: Wayne scratched off all of her chosen spaces w/ the big coin.)
Brenda (dressed as a pirate) has a tough act to follow w/ the choice of the silver small box or Curtain #3. She picks the curtain...the Bank Vault's back there, but w/ $187 inside. That will cost her...a Jimmy Choo hobo bag, a pair of red Manolo Blahnik heels & a blue topaz necklace totalling $7,142.
The next person to see the same small box is Heather (dressed as a portrait); to help her out determine what's inside, Wayne & Jonathan will Rap Her a Deal. The rap we hear sounds like it could be a trip someplace. She passes up $700...& she's won some skydiving lessons, but they're DUDS. Nicole's round involves Curtain #2; her rap is about a car back of there. It's the KIA Soul...but she forfeits it for $1,300.
After that minor disappointment, Ciana goes aboard The Ca$h Train.
1. #2- $250
2. #1- QUADRUPLE
The Sure Thing Jackpot for this playing leads off w/ a $2,499 dining room (Curtain #1), but she'll go at least one more round.
3. #2- $1,250 ($2,250)
$300's added to the STJ, but Ciana will stay on the train.
4. #3- $2K ($4,250)
With no hesitation, she's going the distance.
FINAL ROW: #3- LOSS
For a quickie deal, Lisa (dressed as an Irish dancer) can either have a minimum of $200 in the silver envelope or Curtain #2. She takes the curtain...that sends her home w/ $100 & a supply of ZONK Chinese food instead of two G's.
THE BIG DEAL: Komal DOESN'T win a $24,499 Big Deal of the Day w/ Door #2. As it turns out, she was just meant to get some cooking stuff; in this case, it's a stainless-steel range & cookware, all valued at $2,743.
Door #1: Modern home office ($6,637)
Door #3: Trip to Puerto Rico w/ luggage & Jeep Patriot Sport FWD (which was revealed second)
TPiR: Now reporting to Contestant's Row are Nicole Williams, Aaron Cronen, Abolene Bernstrom & Jessica Eiland. After Connor comes out & stays w/ Drew Carey through the first Pricing Game, the first IUFB is a Nintendo Wii package (Manuela behind splitting sign).
Abolene: $299 (STAGE GARF)
Aaron was off by a $4 margin, so he could turn it into as much as $100K playing PAY THE RENT (Rachel at the house, Manuela w/ the groceries). His items to the super-de-duper win are Kermel Season's White Cheddar Popcorn Seasoning, a family-size box of Cocoa Pebbles, a 16-ounce bag of Goya Salvadorean Beans, Sara Lee Strawberry Cheesecake, a bottle of Pedialyte bubble gum flavor & 50 Solo plastic cups.
Level 2: Beans & Cups
Level 3: Formula & Seasoning
Level 2: Beans & Cereal
Level 3: Cups & Formula
$1K: Seasoning- $2.79
$5K: Beans ($1.49) & Cereal ($4.49) = $5.98
$10K: Cups ($3.49) & Formula ($5.29) = $8.78; QUITS
I hope that dessert's not worth at least nine bucks or so...
...NO, it was $6.69! He came close, though, on the correct house placements- the formula & the seasoning should've been swapped. This is the third time that's happened (the first two times, $10K was lost when trying for the grand prize).
Fifth is Mark Root, Sr. & the second IUFB is a pair of ladies Burbury coats (Manuela & Rachel in front of CR).
Jessica plays Lucky $even for the Hyundai Genesis (Std., AT, Prot, CMat)(Rachel). Her second digit guess is two, which will cost her...
$ 2 4 , _ _ _
...two dollars. Her second answer is six...
$ 2 4 , 9 _ _
...and down to $2 she goes. She says five the rest of the way...
$ 2 4 , 9 6 8
The sixth player's name is Loana Hernandez & IUFB #3 will be some Igloo camping equipment (Manuela behind rising sign).
Loana: $295 (STAGE GARF)
Mark: $420 (STUPID BID)
By default, Nicole bags the $704 gear & plays Pick-a-Number (Manuela) for a trip to Martha's Vineyard (Rachel at Door #3). Board:
$ 5 0 _ 0
NUMBERS AVAILABLE: 1, 3 & 5
She goofs w/ the three; the ARP was $5,010.
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Nicole ($704): 35 + 40 = Three Quarters
Jessica ($1,090): 15 + 40 = $.55
Aaron ($10,654): 40 + Nickel = $.45; NICOLE MOVES ON
Next to "Come on Down" is Daniel Dorr & the fourth IUFB's a Saeco stainless-steel espresso machine (Rachel inside the clam).
Loana plays Secret X (Rachel) for a home gym priced at $7,295 (Manuela at Door #3). For starters:
The SPs are:
Rubbermaid sweet tea brewer: $50 or $79?
Ice cream sphere: $34 or $56?
She's right about the $50 brewer & the $34 ice cream maker. In her case, she doesn't want to get tripped up by Rock Bottom...
...and she didn't!
The next possible winner is Kayla Cherry & the fifth IUFB's identity is that Frigidaire contemporary glass-door refrigerator (Manuela behind the Giant Price Tag).
Abolene: Two G's
Mark from Riverside, CA plays Most Expen$ive for a bar set (Rachel), a DirecTV package (Manuela) & the Panasonic 50" plasma HDTV (George). He agrees w/ me on the bar.
Bar set- $2,700
Christopher Sotiropoulos gets called on last & the final IUFB on this morning's episode is a nine-piece jewelry collection from Banana Republic. Abolene's been here the entire show, but she will be bidding last.
Kayla: BUCK (SUICIDE BID)
Abolene: $350 (SUICIDE BID)
TODAY'S CLUBHOUSE CASUALTY: Abolene
Daniel plays the Money Game for the Mazda3 (Std., AT, Prot, Compass)(Manuela at Door #3) w/ this setup:
MIDDLE NUMBER: 9 ($ _ _ , 9 _ _)
He gets the front right away...but the Front & Back Trick wins out in the end (ARP: $21,983), so he's gonna have to settle for $209 (40 + 95 + 20 + 54).
SOLE DQ: 20 pick on next-to-last try
(Note: On his third choice, he initally said "85", which was NOWHERE to be found on the gameboard.)
Bobby's Pricing Game Lineup:
1. Pay the Rent
2. Money Game
4. Most Expen$ive
5. Secret X
6. Lucky $even
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:
Daniel ($816): $.65
Mark ($6,866): $.70
Loana ($8,979): 55 + Quarter = WINS W/ $.80
The first Showcase could send somebody on an off-road adventure in Nambia (Manuela at Door #4) & later inside a 2011 Toyota Highlander L4 (Std., Mats, Net)(Rachel at Door #2).
LOANA BIDS 36 GRAND ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $42,676
Nicole's Showcase is completely modeled by Rachel:
In her hands- $7.5K
Door #1- Trips to the Argonaut Hotel in S.F. & the Grand Hyatt Beijing
NICOLE BIDS $18.5K ON CASH/TRIPS SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR CASH/TRIPS SHOWCASE: $20,398
DIFFERENCE: $3,504- WIN BY $404
Nicole's final total is $22,708 in cash & merchandise.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 2-3-1
TOTAL WINNINGS: $51,113
TNG: After this evening's teams duke it out, there will be only 10 episodes left in the season:
Michael & Amanda Johnson (1/3 a year)
Mark & Joanna (1/3 a year)
Craig & Maria (five months)
Gary's Intro: "She's fresh, she's forward, she's..."
1. Which of these iconic songs best describes the time of day your wife prefers to do the deed- "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning", "Afternoon Delight" or "Midnight Train To Georgia"?
2. What's the first thing you do to rev up your wife's "engine"?
3. What's something your wife believes in but you don't?
1. "Midnight Train To Georgia"
2. Kissing her back & flipping her over
3. She doesn't hit the accelerator pedal while she's driving in her car
1. "Midnight Train To Georgia"
2. Kiss her around the neck & slap her ass a little bit
3. Long family get-togethers & dinners
1. "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning"
2. Kissing her
3. Make whoopie crazier (in terms of role play)
SECOND HONEYMOON AT STAKE: Almond Morgan Bay
1. "Midnight Train To Georgia" (5)
2. Kiss her breath
3. Snacking a lot
1. "Midnight Train To Georgia" (5)(Reeds Romance Moment of the Night)
2. Foreplay in chest area
1. "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" (5)
2. Neck-kissing (10)
3. '80s cartoons being the world
1. When it comes to measuring you, if your husband starts at your forehead, he would go down to your what?
Playtex Question of the Night: "If I had become my man's matchmaker instead of his wife, I would've said that he & my friend _______ make a nearly perfect fit."
3. Other than your bedroom, what location would your husband consider to be his adult playground?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If Dr. Oz did a show on the perfect male body, he would definitely feature my husband's ______, but if the segment was about body parts that needed improvement, then my husband's ______ would be a perfect example."
2. Amy (sister)
BONUS: Hand, torso
BONUS: Shoulders, stomach/abs
3. Movie theater
BONUS: Blue/green eyes, belly
1. Baby toe
3. Basement (15)
BONUS: Manhood, stomach (30)
1. Chin (15)
2. Elyse (25)
3. Family room couch
BONUS: Shoulders, stomach- WIN! (55)
2. Jinny (20)
BONUS: Manhood, stomach (35)
Consolation Prize: Netflix
WoF: Leading off Tuesday's Toss-Up lineup is Events:
S U _ _ I S _ / _ _ D
_ _ N _ E T
At SUNRISE AND SUNSET, Stephen wins $1,000. Here's the lowdown on tonight's contestants:
Stephen Thomas (Charleston, SC; originally from Baltimore, MD)- 2nd Grade teacher/youth sports teacher
Alyssa Levy (Edgewater, NJ)- A speech/language therapist in NYC who got engaged immediately after she had done some skydiving
Martha Flager (West Hills, CA)- A 19-year travel agent who has been married for 43 years (she also plays poker)
Food & Drink is what's next on the TU menu:
S _ _ T E E D
S _ R I _ P
Alyssa draws a blank.
S _ U T E E D
S _ R I M P
I ate some SAUTEED SHRIMP w/ onions covered in hot sauce while eating Mexican take-out food last night & Stephen has the tripler.
After a trip to Fiji's Treasure Island Resort worth $9,650 appears on the wheel, the Eggland's Best Jackpot Round category's Phrase, but Stephen duds out immediately w/ T (the gift tag for tonight & Thursday is scheduled to come from TravelSmith). Secondly, Alyssa calls two S's for $1,200, buys an A & I, inserts two R's for another $1,800 & purchases six E's before running into Lose a Turn. Third, Martha calls three N's for $1,800 & she tries to solve this right now...
N _ / E _ _ E R I E N _ E
N E _ E S S A R _
...there's NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY for her to do just that.
SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND: $300 T (Stephen)
SOLE LaT: Alyssa
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $7,400
It's Same Name Round time. First off, Alyssa hits the Million Dollar Wedge's right Bankrupt. Second, Martha calls two N's for $1,200 & buys the same number of E's, followed by three R's to add $1,350, two I's, but then a dud of F. Third, Stephen calls for a couple S's for a C-note & buys two A's to clean out the vowels prior to lighting a $500 P & T & Bankrupting in between $600 & $900 to lose $1,750. After Alyssa gets her second LaT tonight, Martha lights up a $600 G but then calls a dud of C. With another chance in this round because of her, Stephen calls a $500 L while on Free Play, but next comes another dud of M while on the Wild Card. Eventually, Alyssa just tries to solve given the following...
P A S S E N G E R
& / _ R I _ A L
T R A I N
...and she takes the PASSENGER & BRIDAL TRAIN to get on the board.
DUDS: $900 C (Martha), $300 F (Martha), M (Stephen)
SOLE LaT: Alyssa
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Alyssa, Stephen)
IHOP Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round topic is What Are You Doing? To begin, Martha calls two N's for $800 & buys an obvious I, then comes a $600 G, a $450 R, but after her E buy is a negative O purchase, the only dud vowel on this board. Second, Stephen spins the other regular Bankrupt. Third, Alyssa calls two L's for the MDW but loses it just as quick to the first Bankrupt Stephen hit in the last round; both have his/her Bankrupts to their credit this evening. Returning to Martha, she calls a $450 P, buys an A, lights up double M's for $7K extra and we have...
P L A _ I N G
M _ / L _ _ _ _
N _ M _ E R _
...she won't be PLAYING MY LUCKY NUMBERS, but she has won another $8,300 & a stay at The Venetian valued at $5,510, so she now has in her till $15,610 in cash & Las Vegas.
SOLE DUD: O (Martha)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Stephen, Alyssa)
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: AA2950093 (Aimee A. from Georgia)
The $3K TU asks for the Proper Name of an actress:
_ H R I _ T _ _ A
_ P _ _ _ G A T _
Alyssa's correct on CHRISTINA APPLEGATE to multiply her thou by four.
Some Living Things are now on the board. She starts by lighting the obvious S's for a grand, buys five E's, but her next vowel buy of A is a dud. Second, Martha calls a $300 T but then LaTs out. Third, Stephen has a $5K N lit before we go to Last Chance Mode...
_ E N T _ _ E _ E S / &
_ _ _ _ _ _ E _ E S
...& each of the remaining consonants yields a $1.5K payoff. He next has the L pairing appear...
_ E N T _ _ E _ E S / &
_ _ L L _ _ E _ E S
...but he can't make the $8K solve. Alyssa's next w/ those P's...
_ E N T _ P E _ E S / &
_ _ L L _ P E _ E S
...w/ about a second left, she catches these CENTIPEDES & MILLIPEDES for $3.5K more & a total take tonight of $7.5K. Stephen heads home w/ $3K in TU cash & Martha wins w/ $15,610 in cash & trip.
So far, $26,110 in cash & vacation has been won tonight.
SOLE DUD (prior to final bell): A (Alyssa)
SOLE LaT: Martha
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding MDW): $1,750
Big Money Round: After Martha spins the Bonus Wheel, it lands on the R. The bonus puzzle subject will be Event. Here's what Vanna lights up first:
_ _ _ E
T _ _ R
The CDMO combination brings her...
_ _ _ E
T O _ R
...looks like she'll have to take more than one BIKE TOUR in the near future, because she loses the Miata. She'll have to settle for $15,610 in cash & Vegas.
J!: Anthony Fox's hoping that he'll get at least an important fourth win tonight as he goes to war w/:
Carrie Oken (NYC)- TV lighting technician
Ali Binazir (Santa Monca)- Author/hypnotherapist
The First Six Categories:
ITS LONGEST BORDER (each correct response is a country)
THE GARMENT DISTRICT
On the night's eighth clue posed, Binazir takes the Daily Double under the middle clue in Its Longest Border & narrowly trails Fox $1,400-$1,200, while Oken's off to a bad start w/ $1K in negative territory. He wagers "the whole schmeer" (which is his way of saying "Let's make it a True DD") on this clue:
"What is Thailand?"...NOT it; Laos was the correct country. But he does make it to $1,800 by the first break, which is half of Fox's halftime score. Time runs out before we can get to the last two Team Jacob answers.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,200
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $4,600
Scores After Opening Round:
Double Jeopardy! Has To Offer:
AMERICAN WOMEN NOVELISTS
ALBUM TITLE REFERENCES
THE BEAR FACTS
WHERE YOU'D FIND
Fox leads off this round of play w/ right responses on the first two clues regarding Album Title References prior to the DD behind its middle clue. Even though he's slightly in Lock Game Territory w/ $5,400, he's also going for a TDD. For $10,800 or to fall to last place, here's the clue:
U2: Yucca Brevifolia
"What is Joshua Tree?"...IS RIGHT FOR THE $10,800 DOUBLER! Towards round's end, he finds the other one underneath the middle Team Edward spot w/ $19,200, but he's NOT in LGT at this time, since Binazir's at $10,400. He only wagers five Benjamins on:
His first play was 1959's "The Zoo Story", a one-act drama.
"Who is Robinson?"...for the second night in a row, wagering just $500 on the last available DD was a good move; the correct response was "Who was Edward Albee?" & he's back to $18,700.
DJ! LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $10,400
Carrie: $1,600 (she got such a clue in Team Edward just to even make it to Final Jeopardy!)- MATHEMATICALLY ELIMINATED
FJ! TOPIC: State Names.
These are the two U.S. states w/ only one consonant in their names.
Final score: $1,200
Ali Binazir's question here was "What are Iowa and..." that's it. The $2K penalty drops him to likely a final second-place score of $10,400. Anthony Fox completely missed it w/ "What are Hawaii & Alaska?"; the other correct state was Ohio. That's also the fifth straight episode we've had a TS in the final. He risked...the obvious $6,101, so he's done it again w/ a total of $12,599 & is in Tournament of Champions contention by hook or by crook w/ a four-game sum of $51,998!
MDMD: Tonight's first contestants are Sergeant David & Mandy Engleburk.
Category Pair #1: Ad Slogans & Music
1. Of these four syllables in the song "Do-Re-Mi", which represents the higher tone on the musical scale?
D: Ti- ALL-IN
Category Pair #2: Parades & Coins
2. What U.S. President's on the dime?
A: John F. Kennedy
B: Thomas Jefferson- BUST
C: Abraham Lincoln
D: Franklin D. Roosevelt
Hoping to go much farther in this game are Lana McKissing & Nathan Moore (who have been dating for a year & first met at a couples' game night).
Category Pair #1: Cocktails & Reality TV
1. According to the International Bartenders Association, a Screwdriver has the same non-alcoholic ingredient as what other drink?
B: Bloody Mary
C: Tequila Sunrise- ALL-IN
D: Long Island Iced Tea
Category Pair #2: "Shrek" & On the Road
2. Which "Shrek" actor fathered a girl w/ a Spice Girl?
A: The voice of Shrek
B: The voice of Donkey- ALL-IN
C: The voice of Puss in Boots
D: The voice of The King
Category Pair #3: Disco & Breakfast Cereal
PICK: Breakfast Cereal
3. Which of these was NEVER a Lucky Charms marshmallow shape?
A: Rabbit's foot- $780K LEFT
C: Horseshoe- $100K
D: Heart- $120K
Category Pair #4: Dogs & Fast Food
PICK: Fast Food
4. Which of these ingredients is NOT on a McDonald's Big Mac?
A: Lettuce- $200K
B: Pickle slices
C: Tomato- $580K LEFT
Category Pair #5: Board Games & U.S. Geography
PICK: U.S. Geography
5. How many U.S. states touch the Pacific Ocean?
B: Five- ALL-IN
Category Pair #6: Ad Icons & YouTube
6. Which music artist was the first to be viewed one billion times on YouTube?
They leave their Quick Change behind.
A: Justin Bieber- $280K
C: Lady GaGa- $300K LEFT
FINAL CATEGORIES: Driving & College
PICK: Driving (even though Lana says she doesn't do so very well)
FINAL QUESTION: According to a 2007-2008 study by the auto insurance consulting company GPC, who receives more speeding tickets- men or women?
Hint: The right gender also receives more tickets for wreckless driving & seatbelt violations
FINAL ANSWER FOR $300K: Men (partly because Nathan got at least one wreckless & seatbelt ticket)- WIN!!!!
DFtL!: Tonight's first wannabe singer was Vanessa Bryan from Eagle River, AK.
Specialty Categories: 1970s & Country
A: "Here You Come Again" by Dolly Parton (1977)
B: "Boot Scootin' Boogie" by Brooks & Dunn (1992)
PICK: "Boot Scootin' Boogie"
MISSING WORDS: Three
PREVIOUS LINE: "When it's quittin' time, I hit..."
FINAL GUESS: "...the ground runnin'" (A: "...the door runnin'")
A: "Carry On, Wayward Son" by Kansas (1977)
B: "Gimma All Your Lovin'" by ZZ Top (1983)
PICK: "Carry On, Wayword Son"
MISSING WORDS: Three
PREVIOUS LINE: "When I'm dreamin', I can..."
BASE GUESS: "...feel the beating"
A: "...sleep so well"
B: "...fly so high"
C: "...hear them say"
MySpace Karaoke Featured Singer: Brenda (L.A.)
A: "Evil Ways" by Santana (1970)
B: "Brick House" by Commodores (1977)
PICK: "Brick House"
MISSING WORDS: Six
PREVIOUS LINE: "Well, we're together, everybody knows..."
FINAL GUESS: "...this is how the story goes"
A: "Summer Breeze" by Seals & Crofts (1972)
B: "Dress You Up" by Madonna (1985)
PICK: "Summer Breeze"
MISSING WORDS: Six
PREVIOUS LINE: "Summer breeze makes me feel fine blowing..."
BASE GUESS: "...through the chapels in my mind"
FINAL GUESS: "...through the chapters in my mind" (A: "...through the jasmine in my mind")
Trivia Question: What artist sang the line "I want my MTV" on the Dire Straits song "Money for Nothing"?
A: Mark Knopfler
C: Thomas Dolby
D: George Michael
Hint: His songs include "All For Love" & "Desert Rose"
Vanessa went for it.
ENCORE: "American Pie" by Don McLean (1971)
MISSING WORDS: 10
PREVIOUS LINE: "And do you have..."
BASE GUESS: "...faith in God above, 'cause The Bible tells you so"
FINAL GUESS: "...faith in God above, for The Bible tells us so" (A: "...faith in God above, if The Bible tells you so")
The player at 2:30 AM was Dawn Robinson from Rockwall, TX (who's an executive assistant & a singing secretary at work).
Specialty Categories: 1980s & Break-Up Songs
1. Break-Up Songs
A: "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" by Neil Sedaka (1962)
B: "Kiss & Say Goodbye" by The Manhattans (1976)
PICK: "Kiss & Say Goodbye"
MISSING WORDS: Three
PREVIOUS LINE: "Oh, was wrong; please, darling..."
FINAL GUESS: "...don't you cry"
A: "Magic Carpet Ride" by Steppenwolf (1968)
B: "Urgent" by Foreigner (1981)
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "Your desire is insane, you can't stop..."
BASE GUESS: NOTHING
A: "...before you try it again"
B: "...until you do it again"
C: "...until the time is right"
MySpace Karaoke Featured Singer #2: Christopher (Fredericksburg, VA)
A: "Mickey" by Toni Basil (1982)
B: "Simply Irresistable" by Robert Palmer (1988)
MISSING WORDS: Five
PREVIOUS LINE: "Oh, what you do Mickey, do Mickey"
FINAL GUESS: "Don't break my heart, Mickey"
A: "Honky Cat" by Elton John (1972)
B: "Can't Get You Out of My Head" by Kylie Minogue (2002)
PICK: "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
MISSING WORDS: Eight
PREVIOUS LINE: "I just can't get you out of my head, boy"
FINAL GUESS: "Your love is all I think about, boy" (A: "It's more than I dare to think about")
Other TQ: What nickname was Jimi Hendrix known by growing up- Buster, Beanpole, Buddy or Beast?
Hint: It was also the nickname of a character on "Arrested Development"
She bailed out w/ the five large.
ENCORE: "Dizzy" by Tommy Roe (1969)
Start of Game 2
(Also: Ant Atkinson of the Harlem Globetrotters failed to even make it to the Bonus Question on "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?" tonight, which meant the Make-a-Wish charity bank for them rose to $17,750 at that point.)
"Don't Forget the Lyrics!":
2 AM: 2
2:30 AM: 7
9: "Million Dollar Money Drop"
7: "Jeopardy!", "Let's Make a Deal", "Millionaire" & "The Newlywed Game"
6: "The Price is Right" & "Wheel of Fortune"
5: "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?"