Wednesday, May 11, 2011

5/11/2011 Results

LMaD: Shauna (who's wearing green pajamas) plays Keep on Rollin' for:

Curtain #1: Fitness center ($2,501)
Curtain #2: Aico bedroom ($7,194)
Curtain #3: KIA Rio

Fitness:
1. TWO
2. SIX
3. ONE
FINAL ROLL: FIVE

Bedroom:
1. TWO
2. THREE
FINAL ROLL: TWO

She then rolls a four & leaves w/ $200.

Time for the third "Let's Make a Deal Pageant" w/ Wanda (dressed as a police officer) & Christopher as the contestants. Wanda sings, while Christopher sings & the $1,500 winner is...Christopher, so Wanda gets $500. After that, it's Christopher who buys the Silver Envelope...which contains the $6,900 Chicago getaway!

Fourth to be called on is Rita. She can either have the Foreign prize inside the Small Box (Jonathan) or the item (s) w/ a remote control in the Big Box. Rita's going small & also refuses $1K...but it's a few Learn Gibberish Language Arts Tapes. That means she misses out on a video gaming suite worth $4,080 & has to settle for $100.

The next couple of players hoping to play the Numbered Cubes Deal 2.0 are Stephanie (who's a birthday girl dressed as a pirate) & Elizabeth (who's wearing the colors of a traditional candy cane).

Stephanie- DEAL
Elizabeth- $250

Curtain #1: Hyundai Accent GL
Curtain #2: Small entertainment lounge w/ a year's worth of Internet service ($5,368)
Curtain #3: Gorilla in a Box

1. FOUR- FURNITURE
2. TWO- HYUNDAI
3. DEAL- PERFECT DEAL!

Next, Monica buys the Red SB for $800...which has a Canon EOS 70 digital camera worth $2,179. That's immediately followed by Eddie (dressed as a marching band leader) selling the Green SB for $800...when there was some diamond/ruby earrings worth $2,613. Finally, Arlene (who's wearing some hair rollers) steals the first two unclaimed prizes worth a total of $3,413 in cash & camera, but left behind in the BB was...the six-night Caribbean getaway at The Sands at Grace Bay ($7,923).

Perena's dressed as if she's a Christmas present & she might get an early one courtesy of the fortune cookie w/ a blue bow on it (Tiffany). Alas, she passes it to Arnold (dressed as a fortune teller) for Curtain #1's contents...how fitting it would've been for Arnold, a ZONK fortune teller booth. After that's out of the way, Arnold turns $1,300 into...$3,311!

THE BIG DEAL: If Christopher chooses correctly from Doors #2 & #3, he'll win the Big Deal of the Day priced at $27,345. He chooses #3...but he's unsuccessful & departs w/ a range & cookware totaling $2,424.

#1: Ducati motorcycle
#2: Trip to Hawaii & Chevrolet Aveo5 (which was revealed second)

TPiR: George Gray's contestant list kicks off today w/ Debbie Schnitzler, Veronica Glen, Robert Shorty & Danielle Maresca; here's the first IUFB from Rachel, some Dev Valencia diamond/rhodium earrings.

Danielle: $2K/Robert: $599/Veronica: $2,200/Debbie: $1,200

ARP: $1,140

It's that time again for a man like Robert to PAY THE RENT. Amber's controlling these grocery items- Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce, Planters Deluxe Whole Cashews, no gray hair coloring, Golden Creme Milk, Gold Bond Foot Cream & Pepperidge Farm Milanos.

(Notes: For the first time, Drew mentions that the correct order for this Pricing Game isn't necessarily from least to most expensive; also, the original stinger for this game is back.)

My House:

Mailbox: Nuts
Level 2: Cookies & Coloring
Level 3: Sauce & Milk
Vault: Cream

ROBERT'S HOUSE:

Mailbox: Sauce
Level 2: Milk & Nuts
Level 3: Cream & Cookies
Vault: Coloring


At this point, I can tell you the $100K's OUT OF PLAY.

Sauce- $2.99

Level 2- Milk ($.99) & Nuts ($6.79) = $7.78

Level 3- Cream ($8.27) & Cookies ($3.39) = $11.66


Does he stop w/ 10 G's before seeing the price of the coloring...NO. It was $5.99.

Right Order:

Mailbox: Coloring = $5.99
Level 2: Cookies ($3.39) & Sauce ($2.99) = $6.38
Level 3: Milk ($.99) & Nuts ($6.79) = $7.78
Vault: Cream = $8.27


The playing before this one was the easiest one to date, IMHO (but that's not saying much).

Player #5's Nancy Lavender & the second one-bid's a Gaggia Brera espresso machine w/ four pounds of coffee from Whole Latte Love.com (both).

Danielle: $450/NANCY: $275 (STAGE GARF)/Veronica: $475/Debbie: $476

Debbie wins the $900 coffee package by default & faces the Squeeze Play board, where she can win three stainless-steel kitchen appliances (Amber at Door #3). The numbers:

78267

She tosses out the snowman...

$ 7 2 6 7

...& wins!

The second green contestant's Samuel Rather II & the third PUFB's the VocoPro machine (Amber on the turntable).

Danielle: $750/Nancy: $850/Veronica: $851/SAMUEL: $650

After Veronica wins the $1K karaoke machine, she plays That's Too Much for the $20,435 Mazda3 Hatchback (Rachel at Door #3).

1. $14,699
2. $15,206
3. $16,464
4. $17,175
5. $18,012
6. $19,334- LOSS
7. $20,950

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Veronica ($1K): TWO $.40s FOR $.80
Robert ($1,140): TWO $.75s
Debbie ($8,167): Dime + Nickel = $.15; VERONICA GOES TO SHOWCASE

Next to get out of the audience's Chelsea Molica & the following IUFB's a Hatteras Roman Arc Hammock (Rachel at Door #3).

Danielle: $600/Nancy: $741/CHELSEA: $500/Samuel: $840

ARP: $811

Nancy gets her choices of these Double Prices, $6,879 & $9,006, one of which is the price of a Howard Miller Total Home bar set w/ a mirrored back bar & 25 pieces of Mikasa crystal stemware (Amber at Door #2). $9,006's her answer...but that's too much.

The blue gets occupied third by Deidra Duffy & the IUFB after that announcement's a purple Phillip Lim dress worn by Rachel in front of Contestant's Row.

Danielle: $1,202/DEIDRA: $1,200/Chelsea: $1K/Samuel: $1,201

Good news, Deidra & Samuel- you're all over.

Danielle: $801/Deidra: $750/Chelsea: $700/Samuel: $800

ARP: $875

Danielle, the last of the First Four to leave CR, plays Line 'Em Up for the Ford Ranger (Std., SpdCtrl, Seat)(Amber at Door #2). Board:

1
?- $859, GT Avalanche ladies' mountain bike (Amber)
?- $25, Kill-a-Watt measuring device
?- $653, Nintendo Wii package (Rachel)
0


Her first guess on the truck's $18,530...NONE are right, so my gut of $19,230's out the window. She then forms a price of $19,260, which was my second guess...WIN!

Saul Pinto pops into the red spot as the final IUFB comes into play, the Butterfly table tennis package (both at Door #3).

SAUL: $450/Deidra: $626/Chelsea: $700/Samuel: $701

ARP: $635

Deidra plays Cliff-Hangers (Rachel) for obviously not any automobile like the last time, but a trip to Rome worth $10,733 (Amber at Door #4).

Libman Wonder Mop: $16- $10 ($19 left)
Microplane herb chopper: $24- $20 ($15 left)
12-piece cup/saucer set: $34- $30

Good thing she didn't use the 20-30-40 trick on this setup, or she would've lost by five dollars!

SCSD #2:
Nancy ($811): $.80
Deidra ($11,428): 50 + 80 = OVER
Danielle ($21,672): 40 + Half-Dollar = WINS W/ $.90!

SHOWCASE #1:

In front of CR- Canon camera/snapfish package (Amber)
Near Door #4- Five-night trip to the Sorrento Hotel in Seattle (Amber)
Door #2- $17K+ West White Potter Sailboat (Rachel)

DANIELLE PASSES TO VERONICA; VERONICA BIDS 33 BIGGIES ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE- STAGE WILLY

MY BID FOR TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE: $24,985

DANIELLE'S SHOWCASE:

Door #1- 14 pieces of camping equipment & a five-night stay at the Tenaya Lodge in Yosemite (Amber)
Door #3- Pair of KTM 250 SFX motorcycles (Rachel)

DANIELLE BIDS $27.5K ON TRIP/MOTORCYCLES SHOWCASE- DOUBLE OVERBID #10

MY BID FOR TRIP/MOTORCYCLES SHOWCASE: $19,125

The Showcase ARPs:

Veronica: $27,568
Danielle: $20,619

If Danielle had switched Showcases, she would've been the second Double Showcase Winner of the week (& third in the past five episodes). At least she still has $21,672 in stuff to be happy about.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $44,218

21: Wednesday afternoon's panel:

Brian (San Diego)- Enjoys country music & traveling
Allison (Northern Ontario)- Band guitarist
Rob (San Gabriel, CA)

Round 1 Base Cards:

Brian: 6 OF SPADES
Allison: 5 OF CLUBS
Rob: 4 OF CLUBS

Maingame Bonus Prize: Pier 1 imports gift card

1. If you factor in that he told a co-worker his sexual fantasies, it's no wonder what FOX News host got sued for harassment in 2004- Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann or Bill O'Reilly?

Rob: Chris- NO
Brian: Bill- CORRECT (100)

CARD: 7 OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO ALLISON (12)

2. Kathie Lee Gifford might talk about herself a lot, but, according to a recent Pew poll, what subject do Americans talk about most- losing weight, the economy or health care?

Allison: The economy- CORRECT (100)

CARD: ACE OF SPADES; PASSES TO ROB (5/15)

3. Angelina Jolie's 2010 movie character "Salt" might know the proper scientific name for salt is what?

Brian: Sodium bicarbonate- RIGHT (200)

CARD: 3 OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO ALLISON (15)

4. If you like it hot like Mexico, you'll like what Lady GaGa hit in which she sings about Roberto & Fernando- "Poker Face", "My Boys" or "Alejandro"?

Allison: "Alejandro" (200)

CARD: 5 OF DIAMONDS; FREEZES AT 20

5. Before Vigara popped up as a male-enhancement drug, its original intent was to treat problems where- eyes, heart or bones?

Brian: Heart- RIGHT (300)

CARD: 6 OF DIAMONDS (12)

6. Ladies, if you want to lose a guy in one day, make him see a DVD of "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" starring what actress- Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson or Sarah Jessica Parker?

Rob: Kate Hudson- CORRECT (100)

CARD: KING OF CLUBS, WHICH BUSTS BRIAN

ROB:
7. 8 OF SPADES (13)
8. 9 OF SPADES- ALLISON WINS FIRST ROUND (700)

Round 2 Base Cards:

Brian: 7 OF CLUBS
Allison: 9 OF HEARTS
Rob: 7 OF HEARTS

1. Now nearly a century old, the assembly line's a method of production revolutionized by what auto icon?

Brian: (Henry) Ford- YOU BET (400)

CARD: QUEEN OF HEARTS; PASSES TO ROB (17)

2. Courtney Cox may have ruffled some feathers by dating Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz after he separated from what "Friends" co-star- Jennifer Garner, Aniston or Love Hewitt?

Brian: Aniston- RIGHT (500)

CARD: KING OF SPADES- ROB ELIMINATED

3. If Richard Branson flies a Virgin Atlantic plane to an island in the Atlantic Ocean, where might he touch down- Tahiti, Barbados or Madagascar?

Brian: Barbados- RIGHT AGAIN (600)

CARD: 4 OF DIAMONDS (11)

4. Liam Neeson can take pride in voicing the respected lion character Aslan in what children's fantasy film series?

Allison: "The Chronicles of Narnja"- YES (800)

CARD: ACE OF HEARTS; FREEZES AT 20

BRIAN:
5. ACE OF CLUBS (12)
6. 8 OF CLUBS (20)
FINAL CARD: 7 OF SPADES- BUST

Championship Round Base Cards:

Brian: KING OF DIAMONDS
Allison: 6 OF HEARTS

1. Puppy, baby or saturated fat- which is a popular brand of jeans?

Brian: Baby- YES

CARD: QUEEN OF CLUBS; FREEZES AT 20

ALLISON:
2. JACK OF HEARTS (16)
3. 3 OF CLUBS (19)
4. 2 OF CLUBS- SWEEP!

BLACKJACK BONANZA W/ EVERY POWER CHIP:

OPENING CARDS:

HAND #1: 5 OF DIAMONDS
HAND #2: 4 OF HEARTS
HAND #3: 7 OF DIAMONDS

1. 8 OF HEARTS; PLACES IN HAND #2 (12)

2. QUEEN OF CLUBS; CHANGES IT (three PCs left)

3. ACE OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #3 (8/18)

4. QUEEN OF DIAMONDS; CHIPS IT (two PCs left)

5. KING OF HEARTS; ALSO CHIPS THAT (one PC left)

6. THE OTHER RED KING (no PCs left)

7. 8 OF SPADES; PLACES IN HAND #2 (20; could've already scored)

8. 6 OF DIAMONDS, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #1 (11; could've been at $5K by now)

9. 4 OF CLUBS; PLACES IN HAND #3 (12)

10. 8 OF CLUBS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (19)

11. 6 OF HEARTS, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #3 (18)

12. ACE OF SPADES; HAND #2 FINALLY CLEARED ($1K) & STOPS W/ $2.5K IN CASH & GIFT CARD

13. 10 OF SPADES

Here's one way she could've gotten everything:

HAND #1: (5D)(8H)(8S)
HAND #2: (4H)(AD)(6D)
HAND #3: (7D)(QC)(4C)
PASSED: (QD)(KH)(KD)

TNG: After yet another near-PERFECTO by a team last night, here are tonight's duos:

Murad & Mayra (who first met online)
Joe & Lauren (whose wedding had a Vegas nightclub theme)
Alan (who got on this show just to embarrass his wife) & Cindy

Round 1:

1. At what point in your relationship would you say the sex was the most wild- right at the start, when things got serious or now?
2. What's the last thing you did that gave her a boregasm?
3. "I mean this as a total compliment, the one friend of my wife's that would make the most money as a stripper would definitely be ________."

MURAD & MAYRA:
1. Serious- SERIOUS (5)
2. Watching the NY Yankees in the playoffs- WORKING HIS MAGIC ON HER
3. Nobody- KYANA

JOE & LAUREN:
1. Serious- START
2. Never- NOTHING (5)
3. Little Stacy Cupcake- HERSELF

ALAN & CINDY:
1. Start- NOW
2. Never- WHEN HE PLAYS HIS VIDEO GAMES
3. Jackie- JACKIE (5)

SECOND HONEYMOON: LaSource

ROUND 2:

1. Which part of lovemaking does your husband zoom through so fast, you want to give him a speeding ticket- the seduction, foreplay or the deed itself?
2. If your husband was legally allowed to take on another wife, what would be the first martial responsibility you would hand over to your sister wife?
e.l.f. Question of the Night: "The famous phrase 'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' must be true, because my husband keeps wearing his __________ & I can't figure out why."
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "Looking back to when I first eyzed at my husband, I was dead wrong in thinking he was __________ & dead on in thinking he was ___________."

MAYRA & MURAD:
1. Foreplay- FOREPLAY (15)
2. Cleaning- CLEANING (25)
3. White T-shirts- T-SHIRTS (35)
BONUS: Capable of cleaning & working it in the bedroom- A NON-CARING MACHO MAN & A SOFTIE/SWEETHEART

LAUREN & JOE:
1. Deed- FOREPLAY
2. Paying the bills- COOKING
3. Crazy sunglasses- UNDERWEAR
BONUS: Never growing up (until last week) & a freak- SMALLER THAN HE REALLY WAS & FITTING ME PERFECT

ALAN & CINDY:
1. Seduction- FOREPLAY
2. Cooking- COOKING (15)
3. Underwear- RING
BONUS: Cleaning & nerdy- NERDY & SEXY

Consolation Prize: eBates.com

WoF: Here's the first pop quiz puzzle of the night, a Toss-Up in College Life:

_ C _ _ E _ _ _

_ _ H O _ _ _ S _ _ P

Mary Katherine realizes she's on an ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP to strike first blood among these solvers:

Mary Katherine Graham (Germantown, TN)- An Ole Miss senior majoring in Public Policy, Leadership & Accounting who just finished up as the president of the Delta Gamma Founding Chapter
Abbie Lapeyrouse (Oklahoma, LA)- Nichols State University senior majoring in Nursing
Ryan Jones (Flydale, LA)- A Tulane junior majoring in Musical Theatre & Political Science who also serves as a campus ambassador (prospective student tour guide)

$2K TU topic's Person:

_ _ _ E R B O A T

C _ _ T _ _ _

Mary Katherine's tripled up after solving RIVERBOAT CAPTAIN.

The puzzle category for this episode's Eggland's Best Jackpot Round is Proper Name & gapadventures.com now offers a trip to Peru worth $6,080. First called by her are two N's while on Jackpot for a grand, then she buys four E's, calls two T's for another $800, purchases two A's & calls for three S's for a $2,700 addition, but she then buys a dud vowel in O. Secondly, Abbie calls three L's for the Wild Card but the right Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge takes it right back from her. Third, Ryan calls a $5K pair of W's & a Jackpot R, then we have...

_ L A _ W R _ _ _ T

T E N N E S S E E

W _ L L _ A _ S

...& he nails PLAYWRIGHT TENNESSEE WILLIAMS for the season's eighth Jackpot victory (& third on this road trip alone) at $9,800, giving him a cash total this round of $15,300!

SOLE DUD: O (Mary Katherine)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Abbie

What Are You Doing? is tonight's Prize Puzzle Round question. Abbie begins the puzzle by calling two S's for $1,800 & buying three E's & A's, then she gets up there three T's for another nine bills & three I's but then Bankrupts the regular way next to the $3.5K wedge to lose the remaining $1,950; that's her second Bankrupt of the evening. Second, Ryan lights up two L's for $1,200 & the board...

_ A T E _ - S _ I I _ _

A L _ _ _ / T _ E

_ _ A S T L I _ E

...he's capitalized on an Abbie Bankrupt for the second round in a row, so he'll be WATER-SKIING ALONG THE COASTLINE during a $6,800 vacation to the Sandals Grand St. Lucian Spa & Beach Resort, giving him a new total of $23,300 in cash & trip.

SOLE BANKRUPT: Abbie

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: SB0592966 (Scott B. from Maryland)

He's also starting the Mystery/Before & After Round puzzle w/ a $3.5K T, two E's & four R's while on the Mystery Wedge next to that MDW. He then risks his $3,250...but his luck has just ran out, at least for now. Second, Mary Katherine calls the first bad consonant all night w/ S. Third, Abbie inserts a $450 F & buys five O's, followed by quad M's for another $1,200, a $900 D, a $450 N & an I buy to clean out the vowels...

D O R M

R O O M / F O R

I M _ R O _ E M E N T

...before he gets DORM ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT for her first $2.5K.

SOLE DUD: $900 S (Mary Katherine)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Ryan

This next TU's a Place:

_ E _ E A R C H

_ _ _

Before Ryan even thinks about going to a RESEARCH LAB, he pockets another $3K & is up to $26,300 in moolah & St. Lucia.

Next topic's Show Biz. He leads off w/ a $600 couple of T's, an H to double that amount & a trio of E's, then comes two R's for an additional $1,600 & a $400 P before it's time for Last Chance Mode...

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ / T H E

R E _ / _ _ R P E T

...w/ the consonant value being $1,350. After his next call of C...

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ / T H E

R E _ / C _ R P E T

...he'll be WALKING THE RED CARPET to Bonusland w/ a final maingame haul of $30,600 in cash & trip! Mary Katherine picks up $3K in TU cash & Abbie has $500 less than her.

$36,100 in cash & travel was won upfront on this edition of "Wheel".

PERFECT ROUND

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding WC): $9,200

Maxwell House Big Money Round: Yesterday's Tulane champ didn't do so hot here; let's see if Ryan Jones does any better. He spins up the N in SPIN & his BMR subject's Thing. The big board to begin:

_ N _ E N _ _ _ S

_ E _ _ _ E

CDPA brings up...

_ N _ E N _ _ _ S

D E _ _ C E

...he's just won this INGENIOUS DEVICE after Pat does a quick search, a MINI Cooper Countryman FWD worth $24,450, bringing his grand total to $60,050 in cash & prizes & the Rebuilding Together charity bank to $17.5K!

SL: Here's six Pennsylvania player:

Elijah (25)(Cochranville)
Paul (25)(Avondale)
Landon (24)(Avondale)
Billy (21)(Avondale)
Steve (20)(Media)
Isaiah (23)(Avondale)

$300 Round:
1. "Snap Toe"- Paul's toes have rubber bands around them & one team member has to turn a crack so that they all snap against Paul's feet.
RESULT: PASS ($300)
2. "Flagged"- While dressed as a red/white football player, Elijah has to be hit by a referee's weighted penalty flags for 20 seconds.
RESULT: PASS ($600)
3. "Fancy Rip off"- Elijah now has an "adhesive tuxedo shirt" to entirely rip off himself.
RESULT: PASS ($900)

$400 Round:
1. "Tipping Bird" (Landon)
RESULT: PASS ($1,300)
2. "Piano Smackdown" (Landon)
RESULT: PASS ($1,700)
3. "Food Dog"- Isaiah gets 45 seconds to eat a dog food sculpture.
RESULT: EPIC FAIL

$800 Round:
1. "Navel Attack"- Billy's dressed as a battleship & has to endure :30 worth of hard rubber balls from a cannon.
RESULT: PASS ($2.5K)
2. "Private Workout" (Paul)
RESULT: PASS ($3,300)
3. "Jelly Buff"- Isaiah has a stinky jellyfish placed on his head & it has to rotate on his head for the next :20.
RESULT: PASS ($4,100)

GRAND CHALLENGE: A $5K+ day's NOT to be for these guys, as even w/ Elijah sitting out, they can't survive the "Pedal Pop"; they still each receive $684.

HitW: On his cue, Teck tells Aaron to introduce these teams:

Hog Wild: Ali, Jada "The Hammer" (soccer player) & Barry "Papa Bear" (dad; they all ride Harleys, w/ the girls riding on the backs of them)
XL: Zane (violin player), Scott (dad/wrestler) & Zach (girl)

Regular Solo Wall Round:

Ali (winding road sign): FAIL
Scott (butt attack): PASS (10)

Two-Player Mirror Wall Round:

Jada & Barry: FAIL
Zane & Zach: FAIL

Three-Player Wall Round:

HW (bunny/carrot crossing): 20
XL: 10 (20)

Two-Player Blindfold Speed Wall Round:

Ali & Barry (blindfolded): NO
Zane & Scott (blindfolded): WIN! (40)

IMPOSSIWALL #7: They make a questionable call by having Zack handle the balloons instead of Scott on a Jack-O'-Lantern wall...well, a few balloon pops end it all for them.

J!: The last berth in the two-day finals will be claimed by either Matt Polazzo, Charles Temple or Kathy Casavant. Alex reveals just before the start of this game that John Shoe left out the first one in $16,100 for his intended wager in Final Jeopardy!, causing him to lose.

Base Category Lineup:

1840s AMERICA
CELEBRITIES IN HIGH SCHOOL (picture clues; we see such a picture of Alex just as we go into the first break!)
JINGLES ALL THE WAY
2011 NEWS
LET'S VISIT OTTAWA
RHYMES WITH COOL

Kathy's ahead of the pack early on w/ three thou; Matt has $1,600 & Charles' at $1,200. The Daily Double's still up for the taking in the last selected full category of Let's Visit Ottawa...Kathy gets it from the $400 spot w/ $4,400 & a $200 advantage over Matt; Charles' a C-note behind her. She wagers the $1K margin between her & Charles on this clue:

In 1857, she picked out Ottawa to be the capital of Canada.

"Who was Queen Victoria?"...it was her to inch Kathy up to $5,400. But Charles ends the round in first place w/ $5,800.

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1K (Rhymes With Cool)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,200 ($400 & $800 2011 News clues)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $2,200

Layout for Double Jeopardy!:

TAILS FROM SHAKESPEARE
MEAN GIRLS
THE EYES HAVE IT
LOST PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES?
THE NON-WASHINGTON CAPITALS
FRENCH SCRAMBLE (once the anagram's unscrambled, the correct French word (s) will be formed)

At $4,600, Matt could do some catching up w/ the DD behind the $1,600 clue on The Non-Washington Capitals, since Charles' a pretty close second w/ $9,800 & Kathy's currently $2K ahead of Charles. He's going for the $9,200 True DD w/ this answer staring him in the face:

It lies on the shore of its same-named bay, at the mouth of the Pasig River in Luzon.

I don't know if he said Sean Penn, but I do know that's definitely NOT correct & he's down to zero; it was Manilla (as in "The Thrilla in Manilla"). A few clues later, Kathy gains the last DD underneath the center of Lost Parent-Teacher Conferences; she's still slightly ahead of Charles, $12,600-$11,800. Again for $1K & to remain in the leadership position, the clue:

His schoolmaster Mr. Chauvet called him incorrigible & he replied "Irredeemable, incurable, inveterate".

"Who is Jean Valjean?"...incorrect; that answer was referring to Peter Roget, leaving her a couple hundred out of the lead.

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1,600 (Mean Girls)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $5,200
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $6,800

Scores After DJ!:

Kathy: $12K
Charles: $21,800
Matt: $400- MATHEMATICALLY ELIMINATED W/ $10K

CORYAT SCORES:

Kathy: $12,400
Charles: $21,800
Matt: $5K

FJ! TOPIC: 20th Century Novels.

"A Girl From a Different World" & "Train to the Urals" are chapters in this 1957 work.

MATT:
Response: "What is 'Exodus'?"
Wager: $88
Final score: $312

Kathy Casavant had "What is 'Doctor Zhivago'?"...good for $11K & 23 in total! Charles Temple's actual response was "What is "Dr. Zivago'?"...the omitted H has NO effect on him, as he advances to the finale w/ $24,001!

BrainSurge: Family Week continues w/ these twins:

Cailin (who once got stuck underneath a bus' seat) & Hannah (who accidentally locked herself in a storage locker)
Connor (who can't sleep at night) & Brian (who blows his nose so loud it sounds like a trumpet)
Jade & Jasmine

Level 1:

For 10: Who captured more rooms of the house between the yellow & blue witches, or was it a tie?
ANSWER: Yellow

Jade picked the wrong witch, Cailin incorrectly called it a tie, Jasmine misunderstood the puzzle w/ the number six & Brian completely missed it w/ 11.

For 20: Which colored parachute wasn't used- red, yellow, green, purple or blue?
ANSWER: Green

Both members of the Purple Team goofed w/ #8.

For 30: Which of the six pairs of twins didn't enter the photo booth?
ANSWER: #3

Hannah was the only one wrong w/ #6.

For 50: Foodmaker 3000
ANSWER: #6

Cailin & Jasmine were each a square short.

CURRENT SCORES:

1. Connor- 110
T2. Brian & Jade- 100
4. Hannah- 60
BOTTOM TWO: Jasmine (50) & Cailin (30)

FOR 100: Which of the four female twins made a different face?
ANSWER: #3

Only the bottom two are right to move on. Connor's definitely joining them, but taking a trip down the Brain Drain w/ Hannah is...Brian; their consolation prize besides the slime bucket's the Streetsurfing board.

Level 2: Cailin's from N.J., but Jeff just took a snow day off.

Round 1:

1. What vegetable did he use to build his snowman?
Jasmine: Carrot

2. What article of his clothing did his sister put on his snowman?
Cailin: Scarf
Connor: Underwear

3. What did his grandma throw at him?
Jade: Snowball

Round 2:

1. Who made the middle snow angel?
Jasmine: Jeff

2. What was the name of the family member he used as a sled?
Connor: TIME OVER (A: Bobbi)

KO Round Pairs: #1 & #11, #2 & #5, #3 & #4 (Front & Back Jeffs), #6 & #8, #7 & #14, #9 & #10 (Front & Back Hot Cocoas), #12 & #15 and #13 & #16

Jasmine: Front & Back Jeffs
Jade: #13 & #16
Jasmine: Front & Back Cocoas
Jade: #1 & #11
Jasmine: #5 & #14
Jade: WIN W/ #7 & #14

For reaching the semi-finals tonight, there's the Kodak digital camera.

THE PATHS TO VICTORY: Now that she's the sole Blue Team representative here, Jade gets a chance to win the Wenzel camping package & Epiphone guitar before trying to travel to the Paradise Point Resort & Spa.

Camping Grid:

(--)(#1)(--)(--)
(#2)(#4)(--)(--)
(#3)(--)(#5)(--)
(--)(--)(#6)(--)


This is a toughie for an opening bonus board & she has 1:04.69 left as a result of facing it.

Guitar Grid:

(#1)(--)(--)(--)(--)
(--)(#2)(--)(--)(--)
(#3)(#4)(#6)(--)(--)
(--)(#5)(--)(#7)(--)
(--)(--)(#8)(--)(--)


GAME OVER- the producers definitely didn't want this endgame won tonight.

MtWI: BTW, for those of you getting Kids' Meals at Wendy's lately, "Minute to Win It" is also getting into the GS toy craze by putting in some of its challenges inside them for six weeks.

As for the real game, it's being played right now by the male team of Garrett Lemons from San Diego (who works for a Marine turtle research team) & Darren Conway from Concord, NC.

Zone 1:

$1K: "This Blows"

1. Garrett- PASS W/ :11 LEFT

$2.5K: "Marbles Grande"

1. PASS IN :23

$5K: "Kick Off"

1. Darren- PASS IN :11

$10K: "The Nutstacker" (as a team)

GAME OVER

Tonight's other team is made up of Lauren Solomon from Detroit & Jamilla Harris from Bellflower, CA (a superior court worker).

Zone 1:

$1K: "Floatacious"

1. Jamilla- X
2. Lauren- PASS IN :29

$2.5K: "Puddle Jumper"

1. Jamilla- PASS W/ :11 LEFT

$5K: "Re-Bounce"- Bounce a red ping-pong ball off two angled plates before landing in a fishbowl below.

1. Lauren- PASS W/ :19 LEFT

$10K: "Flip Off"- Flip a bottlecap into a glass & place a coaster on top of it in one motion.

THEIR GAME ALSO ENDS AT THE $1K MARK W/ LAUREN.

Millionaire Wednesday:

Conclusion of Jason Cofield's game
Game 2
Audience Game

Episode ratings:

8: "Jeopardy!", "Silent Library" & "Wheel of Fortune"
7: "Catch 21", "Hole in the Wall", "Millionaire" & "Let's Make a Deal"
6: "BrainSurge", "The Newlywed Game" & "The Price is Right"
3: "Minute to Win It"

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