LMaD: Yvonne, who's a high school business teacher, has her choice of the Small Box (Jonathan), Curtain #2 or the Big Box. She first trades the BB to Robert (who's fittingly dressed as a graduate) & he buys this for $700...the $3,278 pizzeria package. The other thing Yvonne gives away is the middle curtain to a Special Education teacher named Loren (dressed as a picnic). But she wants $1,500 so badly, that she didn't even come remotely close to getting...a seaweed sofa! Finally, at the cost of a thousand dollars, Yvonne wins from her box...a trip to the Windjammer Landing ($7,749)- PERFECT DEAL!
Now, for a couple of stories. Cristin (dressed as a banana) hears from the host that Curtain #1 has some electronical stuff used by "The Three Little Pigs". After also being offered the SB (Tiffany), she stays w/ the curtain...the SB had a luxury spa day valued at $1,640, but she does win a small home entertainment suite worth $2,949. Jonathan's story for Nathaniel (dressed as a baker) is based on "The Tortoise & The Hare". Nathaniel's confident about a new car being behind #3, so $1.5K goes back in Wayne's pocket...he's right w/ the Hyundai Accent GL- PERFECT DEAL #2!
Both of these next contestants are tempted w/ the One-Swap ATM Card. Diana keeps it right away, so Benjamin (who's wearing a green hat w/ a feather in it) will buy Curtain #2 for a flat $500...it's a dining room group worth $5,072! As for Diana's cash total...it's $3,800 & she gave up a Silver Envelope w/ a ZONK I.O.U. w/ Wayne's picture on it- PERFECT DEAL #3!
We're on a roll so far this morning & Matthew (dressed as soap) & Renee (dressed as a body pouf) could be giving the car wash treatment to this Honda Fit Sport priced at $17,160 (Curtain #1) if they make Tic-Tac-Deal. The envelopes they lock up are #4, #3, #5 & #7.
1. #4- X
2. #3- X
In the Sure Thing Jackpot today are his/her No Gas America electric-powered scooters worth $3,598 & they leave w/ them right away.
3. #5- O
FINAL ENVELOPE: #7- O
If they hadn't chickened out a round too early, they might've added some gas money.
Next to make a deal are Carey (dressed as a monkey), Christopher (dressed as a hunter) & Gina (dressed as a karate kid).
Bronze Envelope Round:
Gina: Red Box (Tiffany in front of Curtain #2)- YES
BOX: ASUS laptop w/ a year's worth of Internet service ($1,800)
Silver Envelope Round:
Christopher: Green Box (Tiffany in same location)- NO
BOX: Vintage sweatsocks
Carey's Final Round: All three envelopes or Curtain #3?
GOLDEN ENVELOPE: $155 ($655 total)
CURTAIN: Trip to Scottsdale, AZ ($3,830)- PERFECT DEAL #4!
Collena, who's dressed as a pregnant version of The Tin Man, sees Tiffany bring out a $498 Michael Kors purse. Next, a SE is sent to Kenneth (dressed as a chicken) & this is what he's found after refusing $700...the second of the regulation-sized ZONK greeting cards. After Collena's offered Curtain #2, she keeps her purse bonus...which happens to be a $400 Blackberry Curve 8900, but that will cost her...a Sunlighten sauna/patio furniture set worth $7,446.
THE BIG DEAL: The value of Benjamin's possible Big Deal is worth $28,450. But it's definitely NOT behind Door #2; at least he does slightly trade up to a check for $6,543.
#1: Trip to Rome & Toyota Corolla (which was revealed second)
#3: Small game room ($1,950)
Today's final total in cash & merchandise: $47,745.
TPiR: Not sure if the show will offer a trip to London sometime during Friday morning's episode because of the Royal Wedding taking place that day. But George Gray knows for certain that this week's first four participants are Steve James, Lucy Rodriguez, the Navy's Jason Cox & Quinnette Bryant. The first IUFB is a FujiFilm digital camera set coming down from the ceiling.
Jason: $325/Quinnette: $425/Lucy: $475/Steve: $295 (STAGE GARF)
Lucy wins the $880 camera stuff by default & this church member plays Punch-a-Bunch (Manuela holding the big bill, Rachel w/ the SPs).
1. AeroGrow vinaigrette maker
IS NOT: $13
PICK: LOWER- YOU FOOL ($20)
2. 2 GB iPod Shuffle
IS NOT: $39
PICK: HIGHER- $49
3. Tomato press
IS NOT: $26
PICK: LOWER- $38
4. Portable scanner
IS NOT: $150
PICK: LOWER- $100
She punches Holes #38 & #44. The first slip's worth $50...well, maybe it's just as well she didn't win any more punches than she did- the other one's worth five big ones!
The second orange player today's Cheryl Anderson & the second IUFB's the Dimplex wall-mounted fireplace (Amber behind splitting sign).
Jason: $400/Quinnette: BUCK/CHERYL: $500/Steve: $495 (iffy bid)
Cheryl makes it 2-for-2 in the orange podium this morning w/ that $599 gift & plays One Wrong Price for a La-Z-Boy sofa marked at $1,650 (Rachel), a Chloe dress w/ shoes & a purse marked at $2,390 (Manuela) & a PowerMac desktop computer marked at $3,618 (Amber). She's going w/ the accessories...but the sofa's only $849.
Sixth is Bryan Army & PUFB #3's a stainless-steel gas range (Rachel behind rising sign).
Jason: $900/Quinnette: $1,300/BRYAN: $1,250/Steve: $795
Steve plays Any Number for either a GT Avalanche 1.0 mountain bike (Amber) or the Mazda3 Hatchback (Std., Prot, Compass, Mats)(Manuela at Door #2).
1. 1- MAZDA ($ 2 1 , _ _ _)
2. 3- MAZDA ($ 2 1 , _ _ 3)
3. 5- Bike ($ _ 5 _)
4. 8- Bike ($ 8 5 _)
5. 4- Pricey Ziffel ($ _ . _ 4)
6. 7- Pricey Ziffel ($ 7 . _ 4)
7. 9 (originally 6)- WINS $859 BICYCLE
Left behind in Piggy Bank: $7.04
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Cheryl ($599): 45 + 85 = OVER
Steve ($1,758): Dime + BUCK = OVER
Lucy ($6,029): WINS BY DEFAULT W/ HALF A DOLLAR
Next on GG's calldown list is Elaine Hoshen & the next gift up for bids is some Head snowboarding gear (Manuela behind Giant Price Tag).
Jason: $899/Quinnette: $750/Bryan: $929/ELAINE: $600
Bryan from Logansport, IN's grocery knowledge from the past & present's being put to the test in Now or Then for the $6,449 Ski-Doo Skandic Tundra (Amber at Door #2). Then's August 2000 & the groceries are a box of Quaker Honey Graham Oh's marked at $2.49, Flintstones Vitamins marked at $6.72, Kraft Cool-Whip marked at $2.19, a 64-ounce bottle of Heinz Tomato Ketchup marked at $3.99, a 79-cent Snickers bar & the Clabber Girl Baking Powder marked at $1.89.
1. Ketchup: NOW- NO
2. Cool-Whip: NOW- YES
3. Vitamins: THEN
He must say Now from here on out to win...but he loses on the very next pick of the cereal.
Alec Pinkston comes down eighth & the next IUFB's a portable XM Satellite Radio w/ three years of service (Amber & Rachel).
Jason: $699/Quinnette: $700/ALEC: $525/Elaine: $550
Elaine plays the Dice Game for the Dodge Nitro (Std., Prot, Tow)(Manuela at Door #3).
Second digit rolled: 1- HIGHER FREEBIE
Third digit rolled: 4- HIGHER
Fourth digit rolled: 3- HIGHER
Last digit rolled: 4- LOWER (ARP: $24,153)
Going green last will be Laura Roberts & the final PUFB's a Dev Valencia 1/4-carat diamond ring (Manuela). Surprisingly, we've only had three First Four Breakfast Club double banishments. Will this be #4?
Jason: $899/Quinnette: $900/Alec: BUCK/Elaine: $1,099
BOTH SENT TO CLUBHOUSE: Jason & Quinnette
Alec plays Flip-Flop w/ the reveal button moved a little up for a trip to the El Dorado Hotel & Spa in Santa Fe, NM w/ $500 in spending money (Rachel at Door #2). Board:
He Flips to $6,998...& wins!
My Monday lineup:
2. One Wrong Price
3. Dice Game
5. Any Number
6. Now or Then
Elaine ($696): 40 + 45 = $.85
Bryan ($1,348): $.95
Alec ($7,708): 25 + 80 = OVER BY A NICKEL; BRYAN BECOMES SHOWCASE RUNNER-UP
Door #1- Trip to the Hotel Mela in NYC (Amber; also includes a Dylan's Candy Bar VIP tour & 50 pounds of candy, neither of which will factor in this Showcase's ARP)
Door #3- Ford Fiesta SES (Std., Paint, AT)(Rachel)
LUCY PASSES TO BRYAN; BRYAN BIDS $21,589 ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $28,231
LUCY'S FUN & GAMES SHOWCASE (Manuela at Door #2): Panasonic 50" 3-D plasma HDTV (Manuela), a two-year DirecTV package, a Golden West Billiards table, a year's worth of Papa John's Pizza & a Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycle
LUCY BIDS $15.5K ON FUN & GAMES SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF #2
MY BID FOR FUN & GAMES SHOWCASE: $24,464
DIFFERENCE: $3,212- WIN BY $497
Lucy wins $24,741 in cash & prizes.
Everybody in the audience picks up a Dylan's Candy Bar lollipop.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 1-4-1
TOTAL WINNINGS: $36,850
TNG: Sherri has a crown on during the intro tonight & she almost witnessed her first perfect game on her birthday last Friday. Each of these three couples met at a castle:
Joe & Dori
Vitaly & Elena
Bob & Brenda (they actually first met while they were all the way back in kindergarten & re-connected at a White Castle restaurant)
1. If your wife's "rolling hills" were actually mountains, what would be the view from the peaks- a neighbor's yard, a neighboring town or a neighboring country?
2. "They say a man's home is his castle, but when you see all my wife's ___________, you know it's really the princess' palace."
3. Say you & your wife have been taping all of your sexual escapades. Which one could you submit to "America's Sexiest Home Videos" to really embarrass her?
JOE & DORI:
1. Town- TOWN (5)
2. Shoes- SHOES (10)
3. Their second date in his office- FIRST DATE
VITALY & ELENA:
1. Country- COUNTRY (5)
2. Shoes- SHOES (10)
3. Stairwell in a random building- STAIRWELL OF A NIGHTCLUB (15)
BOB & BRENDA:
1. Country- COUNTRY (5)
2. Hair care products- CLOTHES
3. On the balcony- ON THE ROOF
SECOND HONEYMOON: Long Bay Beach Resort & Villas (British Virgin Islands)
1. When your husband wants to release his "knights" into your palace, do you prefer that he send them in unarmed, use a Trojan horse or just storm you from the rear?
2. What was the closest ocean to your honeymoon location?
3. "Let's face it, my husband's usually a prince, but when it comes to ______________, he's a royal pain in the ass."
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If my husband had to choose a second career, he'd make an amazing ________, but he'd be broke in a week if he quit his job to become a ________."
DORI & JOE:
1. Unarmed- UNARMED (20)
2. Atlantic (Turks & Caicos)- ATLANTIC (30)
3. Cleaning- SNORING DURING HIS SLEEPING
BONUS: Actor & comedian- COMEDIAN & CLEANER
ELENA & VITALY:
1. Rear- UNARMED
2. Indian (South Africa)- INDIAN (25)
3. Playing video games- NOT PUTTING THINGS AWAY IMMEDIATELY
BONUS: Pilot & basketball player- TRADER & HOUSEKEEPER
BRENDA & BOB:
1. Unarmed- UNARMED (15)
2. Atlantic (Jersey Shore)- ATLANTIC (25)
3. Washing the dishes after himself- PLAYING ON THE COMPUTER
BONUS: Actor & car mechanic- ACTOR & PROFESSIONAL DANCER (WIN at 40)
Consolation Prize: Cuisinart 12-cup coffee maker
WoF: This is Desert Oasis Week w/ Jimmy as the announcer once again; I think he may announce the rest of the season, as well (including the New Orleans shows that will start airing next week). In the animated intro, Pat & Vanna are in a desert w/ the show's logo appearing on The Sun & Pat in a swimming pool.
Toss-Up #1 features a Rhyme Time puzzle:
B _ _ _ / _ _ E
H _ _ T
Jim's able to BEAT THE HEAT for $1,000. Here's Monday's panel:
Jim Scholt (Jamaica Estates, NY)- An 11-year NYC transit bus operator & ABBA fan who wants to visit all 50 states (so far, he's 15 away from doing so)
Deidra Debnam (Fayetteville, NC)- A University of North Carolina senior majoring in Exercise & Sports Science who plays the piano & is training for her first half-marathon
Tracy Stowe (Bedford, TX; originally from Pierre, SD)- Married nurse
The $2K TU category's Fun & Games:
_ _ _ O _ O L Y
_ _ _ R _
Tracy remembers at least one MONOPOLY BOARD to gain control.
Meineke Jackpot Round category's Fictional Characters (w/ the category graphics appearing after we see a small deserted island) & the first $6K desert vacation this week's to the Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn in Sedona, AZ (w/ airfare from Bed & Breakfast.com's Diamond Collection); the Monday/Wednesday/Friday gift tag comes from TravelSmith. She starts her run by calling three R's for $1,650, buying an A & four E's, but she then calls a dud in S while on the gift tag. Secondly, Jim calls a $550 D & purchases three O's, then he calls a $400 T, two N's for another grand & we have...
R O A D / R _ N N E R
& / _ _ _ E / E .
_ O _ O T E
...he does solve ROAD RUNNER & WILE E. COYOTE, but it's DISQUALIFIED because his pronunciation of WILE isn't allowed; there goes $1,700 as a result of that bad break. After a Lose a Turn by Deidra, Tracy calls a C for that Wild Card &...
R O A D / R _ N N E R
& / _ _ _ E / E .
C O _ O T E
...correctly pronounces the whole puzzle to inch up to $3,150.
SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND: S (Tracy)
SOLE LaT OF THE ROUND: Deidra
SOLE DQ: Jim (unacceptable WILE pronunciation)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $7K
Jim gets a chance to redeem himself in the Before & After Round, because he's going first, but he Bankrupts next to the $3,500 wedge on the spot. Second, Deidra calls a dud of R. Third, coming Tracy's way are three S's for $1.5K, an A, but she then hits the other regular Bankrupt to lose the WC & $1,250. As Jim gets the wheel back, he calls two N's for $1,800, buys a U, but then runs into LaT. Next for Deidra are a $600 P, a $550 D & a $900 B before we have...
_ P _ N
S _ S A _ _
S _ _ D / B U N
...& she eats an OPEN SESAME SEED BUN for her first $2,050.
SOLE DUD: $550 R (Deidra)
SOLE LaT: Jim
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Jim, Tracy)
It's Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round time w/ Event as the subject. Deidra first calls a T while on the Mystery Wedge next to the Million Dollar Wedge & flips it over...but she finds nothing. Second, Tracy loses a turn w/ the S. Third, Jim lights up a $400 R, three N's for the gift certificate & purchases a pair of A's, followed by a $500 L, seven E's, but then the same Bankrupt Tracy got in the last round to fork over $1,400 in cash & gift tag; that's his second one of the night. Deidra decides to ring in on the next go-round...
A / _ N _ E - _ N -
A - L _ _ E T _ _ E
E _ _ E R _ E N _ E
...& wins for herself A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME EXPERIENCE to the Treasure Island Resort worth $9,650, $11,700 total in cash & Fiji Islands.
SOLE DUD: $500 S (Tracy)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Deidra, Jim)
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: AM2615361 (Amy M. from Iowa)
People's what the $3K TU deals w/:
_ _ L _ _ G _
_ O _ _ _ A T _ S
Deidra's only half right w/ COLLEGE COLLEGIANS.
C O L L _ G _
_ O _ M _ A T E S
Tracy says COLLEGE ROOMMATES to increase her second-place score to $6,150.
She'll also lead off a Place puzzle, but she duds out quickly w/ T. Second for Jim is the same result w/ R. Third, Deidra puts up two S's for $1,800 & three E's, but she then Bankrupts in between $600 & $900 like the rest of this group has done to toss aside $1,550; she also has two Bankrupts to her credit. Next on Tracy's radar are two L's for $1,600, a $700 V, a trio of A's & a $10K couple of G's, followed by the last vowel buy of I, a $500 N, but then a negative of M to leave $12,300 sitting there as we go to Last Chance Mode...
L A S / V E G A S
_ E _ _ I N G / _ _ A _ E L
...& the rest of the letters are worth the $1,300 minimum. Jim calls those double D's...
L A S / V E G A S
_ E D D I N G / _ _ A _ E L
...& solves LAS VEGAS WEDDING CHAPEL to leave w/ $3,600. Tracy also loses the match because of her late dud, so she goes home w/ $6,150 & Deidra survives w/ $11,700 in cash & trip.
$21,450 in cash & travel has been won so far this evening.
DUDS (prior to final bell): $600 R (Jim), $500 T (Tracy)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Deidra
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding WC): $5,200 in cash & gift certificate
Big Money Round: As mentioned at the beginning of last week, this week's automobile is a Jeep Liberty. DD spins the S in SPIN & Monday's BMR puzzle calls for some Things, starting as follows:
_ _ _ _ L _
L E _ S
DMPO adds this...
_ O _ _ L _
L E _ S
...she doesn't even get the obvious second word right w/ LOGICAL LENS. That means she won't be using her WOBBLY LEGS in the Jeep & is going to the islands of Fiji w/ $2,050 to spend there.
J!: BTW, this show just added their own Facebook game. Brian Meacham won Friday's game the Christopher Short way & tries for another win tonight against:
Chuck Narikiyo (Waipahu, HI)- Attorney
Emily Barkley-Levenson (West Hollywood, CA)- Graduate student
The Week's First Six Categories:
THE 112TH CONGRESS
ONE-WORD FILM TITLES
PUMP UP THE JAM
COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALUMNI
"V" 8-LETTER WORDS
PACIFIC OCEAN LIFE (Clue Crew clues from the Maui Ocean Center; this might be up Chuck's alley)
To conclude the second selected category of The 112th Congress, the champion finds the Daily Double w/ $2,400; Chuck has $400, which is twice as much as Emily's early score. He's going for a $4,800 True DD w/ this answer:
In the Senate, Mark Kirk replaced Roland Burris, who had replaced this man.
"Who is Barack Obama?"...the current U.S. President's right for the DOUBLER! At the halfway point in the round, he's in Lock Game Territory w/ $5,800; Chuck's up to the $2K mark & Emily's up slightly to $600.
LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $2,600
Scores After First Round:
Double Jeopardy! Board:
TOP OF THE CHARTS
COUNT IT "OFF"
1,2,3,4 (all of these clues are lists)
THE OPENING VERSE...
TIME FOR A SOLO
Four clues into The Opening Verse, Brian digs up his second DD of the game w/ $6,200 & leads Emily by $600 & Chuck by $800. He wagers $2K & the lead on this:
...of "The Courtship of Miles Standish" mentions this man, "...friend, and household companion" of Miles.
"Who is John Smith?"...no. The right John was Alden, so he drops to third place for now w/ $4,200. But he finishes the DD Sweep after picking the $1,600 1,2,3,4 clue; w/ $7,400, he's $3,600 behind Chuck for first & is $1,400 ahead of Emily for second. The last DD bet from him tonight's $3K.
By electoral votes:
3. New York
4. This state
"What is Florida?"...yes indeed to raise him up to $10,400!
DJ! LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $4K
Brian & Emily: $12,800 each
FINAL JEOPARDY! TOPIC: British Landmarks.
Completed in 1858, it was to be named St. Stephen, but was nicknamed this, honoring the chief commissioner of the works.
Brian Meacham's final question tonight was "What is Big Ben?"...yes to add everything but a buck & jump to $25,599! Emily Barkley-Levenson messed up both parts of this round, writing "What is The Tate (Gallery)" & only gambling $6K. As for Chuck Narikiyo...he has a ZONK ANSWER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE w/ "What is Paul's hat?"; after he drops by $6,601, Brian repeats as champ! Three-day total: $61,099.
SL: The next week of Season 4 starts w/ this group from Ridgefield, NJ consisting of 18-year-olds, w/ the exception of one player:
1. "Cold Wet Roll"- Jair's first mission is to roll over & pop 10 fruit smoothie balloons without using his hands in :30.
2. "Brief Fish"- Ciaran's about to get a wedgie from a sport fisherman.
RESULT: PASS ($300)
3. "Ball Park Sundae"- Cesare has half a minute to eat a hot dog topping ice cream sundae.
RESULT: PASS ($600)
1. "Return Keys"- Danny has to slingshot a set of keys into a male stranger's crotch three times.
RESULT: PASS ($1K)
2. "Unfresh Cow" (Adam)
3. "Nut Cracker"- Somebody in a Nutcracker outfit has to kick Ryan in the nuts.
RESULT: PASS ($1,400)
1. "Dirty Ride"- While on a dirty motorcycle for the next :20, Danny has to be hit by dead bugs.
RESULT: PASS ($2,200)
Five-Player Challenge: "Nipples Tape"- Ryan has to rip off a gigantic piece of duct tape covering all five of his teammates' nipples.
RESULT: PASS ($3K)
3. "File Down"- Ciaran's second individual challenge has him being punished by an automatic file cabinet for :20 straight.
RESULT: PASS ($3,800)
GRAND CHALLENGE: After Ryan sees a "Lapped Santa", he's gotta suck up all the egg nog from his lap in :30...but it proves to be just too much for him to do; they leave w/ $634 each.
BrainSurge: This week, some special people will co-host both Round 1 & the bonus round w/ Jeff & be in the studio all night long! Tonight, it's the youngest "American Idol" to date, Jordin Sparks! The first six kids of the week are:
Caleb (a frog collector who sometimes puts BBQ sauce on cereal)
Katrina (aspiring engineer)
Lauryn (who has sent 20K text messages in a month at least once)
Alain (saxophone player)
Hope (school juggling club member)
Ben (who once got bitten in the butt by a duck)
For 10: Which of these pigeon house pooping paths is correct- 23222, 12212 or 13212?
Hope & Lauryn each picked the path w/ four twos in it & Caleb & Katrina both had TIME OVERS.
For 20: How many chin-ups did Melissa do before Jeff could even do one?
Alain triples up & Hope gets on the board this time; Katrina had her second straight TO, Ben was two short, Caleb was also by three & Lauryn's response of six didn't even cover half the right answer.
For 30: Which of these four songs was played twice- "You Go, Girl", "Breakdown Shakedown", "Stubbed My Toe" or "Grand Slamwich"?
ANSWER: "Grand Slamwich"
We've got a SWEEP on that puzzle.
For 50: Foodmaker 3000
Hope was just one square short & Alain was over by two.
1. Ben- 90
T2. Caleb, Katrina & Lauryn
IN DANGER: Alain (60) & Hope (50)
FOR 100: What was the next color in Jeff's lightsaber pattern- yellow, green, red or blue?
Alain (green) & Hope (red) are both going home w/ the Pulse scooter & slime bucket.
Level 2: After we hear that Katrina's from Arizona, we learn about some of the crazy things that allegedly happened to the host one day at school.
1. The zombies who danced against Jeff's team wore what type of uniform?
2. The zombies learned that winning sometimes took more than just what?
3. Who was the head coach of the Zombie High cheerleaders?
Ben: Scary Sue
4. What was Scary Sue always saying?
Kathryn: "Always eat your heart" (A: "Eat your heart out")
KO Round Pairs: #1 & #4, #2 & #5, #3 & #9, #6 & #7, #8 & #14, #10 & #16, #11 & #12 and #13 & #15
Caleb: #1 & #4
Ben: Front & Back Trick at #11 & #12
Caleb: Other F&BT at #6 & #7
Ben: #10 & #16
Caleb: #5 & #14
Ben: WIN W/ #13 & #15
Caleb & the two eliminated Brainiacs before him each take w/ them the Twin-Pro dance pad.
THE PATHS TO VICTORY: Ben's potential prize package consists of the "LEGO Rock Band" package & FujiFilm camera, as well as a trip to the San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park.
Even though he says he didn't feel ready for this part of the game, he gets through this grid in 5.59.
Maybe he was lying- he also instantly clears this grid & has 1:17.8 left over!
SAN DIEGO GRID:
Does Ben run the table...NO, but he pulls out the sliming victory w/ 15.74 to go; all three get slimed!
7: "Jeopardy!", "Let's Make a Deal", "Silent Library" & "The Newlywed Game"
6: "Millionaire" & "The Price is Right"
5: "Wheel of Fortune"