Wednesday, May 04, 2011

5/4/2011 Results

LMaD: They're on a Girl's Night Out Deal- Tracey (dressed as a former cheerleader) & Natalie (who's wearing a pink chalk face). They end up trading every time until they reach Curtain #3. Here's what neither of them will win:

Small Box (Jonathan): PORTABLE- Canon weather-resistant digital SLR camera & Sony camcorder ($2,479)
Silver Envelope: SOUTH- Trip to South Carolina ($5,694)
Curtain #1: OCEAN- Doghouse boat

Since both of them are taking The Big Risk on #3, they're also giving back $800. With all that being said...THEY'VE JUST MADE HISTORY ON THIS VERSION OF THE SHOW BY EACH WINNING THE HYUNDAI ELANTRA- THIS IS THE FIRST TIME TWO OF THE SAME CAR HAVE BEEN WON IN A SINGLE DEAL (PERFECT DEAL)!!!!

Wayne Brady's debuting a new character today called Chance Squadron, which is the name of a fictional motivational speaker! In the first round, Chad (a DJ dressed as a warrior) asks for a honeymoon trip to Fiji, but Chance writes down on a board brought out by Jonathan "honeymoon", "bees" & the letter A. After Chance tells him there could be a Fiji holiday behind Curtain #2, Chad walks away w/ $1,100...& finds out there was actually a giant box of vinegar flakes w/ a garlic crunch & extra vinegar added. During Round 2, Michelle (who's wearing lots of netting) is offered the Big Box & doesn't want $800...it's the Kawasaki KLR-650 motorcycle worth $6,149- PERFECT DEAL #2!

Next up, Kathleen (dressed as a yellow "Tetris" piece) is tempted w/ the Box Full O' Money, but she wants Curtain #1 instead...good for her- instead of grabbing from over 200 $1 bills, she has the rights to sleep in a bedroom worth $6,999- PERFECT DEAL #3!

The first couple to play Time I$ Money this year are Christopher & Debbie (who are yet another one of those who want to dress as the ketchup & mustard bottles; they've been together for 13 years). The clocks chosen by them are #2, #8, #10 & #13.

1. #8- :04 ($11K)
2. #10- DUD
3. #2- :01 ($10K)

In the Sure Thing Jackpot this morning is a home office worth $4,176 (BB)...but they're going the distance.

FINAL CLOCK: #13- DUD; NEW RECORD!!

OTHER DUDS: #1 & #15

The next deal's the Jonathan's Sketches Deal. As it leads off, Christy (dressed as a baby dolly) sees Jonathan draw what appears to be a range that could be found in Curtain #2. She's buying the following for $800...a stainless-steel gas range & dishwasher worth $2,548. Mr. Mangum then draws a city for Elette (who's wearing a blue religious suit); if there's a trip at all, it's inside the SB (Tiffany in front of Curtain #2). Alas, she sells its contents for a grand...indeed, it was a bookit.com trip to the Distrikt Hotel in NYC valued at $3,300.

As of today, the $600 Red/Green Boxes Deal has become the $1K Red/Blue Boxes Deal. Going to the trading floor is Seth (dressed as the guy from the last day of a Halloween sale) & he buys the red for half the cash...in the blue was a bed bug farm, but he's still got $500 & IS THE THIRD AUTOMOBILE WINNER OF THE DAY w/ a 2011 Toyota Tacoma 2WD Regular Cab (Std., Window, Mats/Sills, Lights)(Curtain #3) worth $17,490- PERFECT DEAL #4!

THE BIG DEAL: Well, Kathleen's going for the Big Deal of the Day, although Tracey nearly gave up her Elantra. Wednesday's Big Deal has a value of $24,455. Up to now, a whopping $68,517 in cash & prizes have been won; should Kathleen win this BD, the daily winnings record will be shattered. Her moment of truth selection is Door #3...
























































































































































































...IT DOESN'T HAPPEN; darn. But she does finish w/ the middle deal of a trip to St. Thomas worth $8,114.

#1: Small game room, including the XBOX 360 ($3,023)
#2: Volkswagen Tiguan w/ Philips portable DVD player system

The final grand total: $76,631- THE SECOND-HIGHEST EVER!!!!!

TPiR: The "Rain" musical group will be the house band of today's episode in Door #3! Coming on down first are Donald Tracy, Rose Park, Corbin Snyder & Muriah Sanati & the first IUFB's the harmon/kardon stereo system w/ three "Rain" CDs (Amber behind Door #3).

Donald: $1,100/Rose: $1,300/Corbin: $1,050/Muriah: BUCK

ARP: $2,547

Rose plays Side By Side at Door #3 for a trip to the Hotel Mela in NYC (which, of course, also includes tickets to see that band). Board:

76
61


She locks in $7,661...that's too much.

Hoping not to get drenched in the rain of losing next is Fabiana Press & the second one-bid gift's a Novara ladies' mountain bike (Rachel).

Donald: $536/FABIANA: $535/Corbin: $520/Muriah: $400

ARP: $599

Donald plays Any Number for either a 20-piece Clean Skin Care package (Amber) or the Jeep Wrangler (Rachel at Door #2).

1. 2- WRANGLER ($ 2 2 , _ _ _)
2. 7- WRANGLER ($ 2 2 , 7 _ _)
3. 4- Beauty ($ _ _ 4)
4. 3- Pricey Ziffel ($ _ . _ 3)
5. 9- WRANGLER ($ 2 2 , 7 9 _)
6. 6- Pricey Ziffel ($ 6 . _ 3)
7. 1- Beauty ($ _ 1 4)
FINAL PICK: 0- PAINFUL LOSS (Wins $6.03)

WRANGLER: $22,795
Beauty: $814

Trying to help us recover from that bad loss is Eli Devich, Jr. & PUFB #3's the Jura espresso machine (Amber on the turntable).

ELI: $550/Fabiana: $316 (Stone Cold Steve Austin, anyone?)/Corbin: $650/Muriah: $670

ARP: $1,199

Muriah better get her feet ready, because she's playing the Race Game for a dinette (Rachel), the Ivanko colored dumbbell set (Rachel), the Can-Am DS-90 ATV (Amber) & the stainless-steel French door refrigerator/freezer (Amber). The price tags in play:

$900
$2K
$2,499
$3,519


FIRST TRY:

Dinette: $2,499
Dumbbells: $900
ATV: $2K
Fridge: $3,519

TWO RIGHT- :28 LEFT

SECOND ATTEMPT:

Dinette: $2K
Dumbbells: $900
ATV: $2,499
Fridge: $3,519


WIN W/ :15 REMAINING!

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Donald ($605): TWO HALF-DOLLARS FOR ANOTHER $1K
Rose ($2,547): 70 + 60 = OVER
Muriah ($10,117): WINS $1K ALSO

BONUS SPIN-OFF:
Donald: $.85
Muriah: $.35

Muriah departs w/ $11,117 in total winnings.

Seventh is Akila Jones & PUFB #4's a decoflame USA wall-mounted fireplace (Rachel behind rising sign).

Eli: $825/Fabiana: $1,300/Corbin: $1,301/AKILA: $750

ARP: $2,243

Corbin completes the First Four Sweep & plays One Wrong Price for a carolinachair.com daybed marked at $1,535 (Rachel), the Samsung 50" 3-D plasma HDTV marked at $3,300 (Amber) & a Howard Miller Total Home wine credenza marked at $1,060 (Amber). He's confident that the incorrect price's w/ the credenza...no wonder- it's $2,004!

Orange player #2's Drew Sheppard & next in the offering one-bid wise will be a trio of Antler luggage (George & both models in front of Contestant's Row).

Eli: $725/Fabiana: $920/DREW: $850/Akila: $900

ARP: $1,020

Fabiana's got a challenge on her hands, because she's playing Hi-Lo for the $23,530 Camaro (Amber at Door #2). The groceries this day are a small box of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, the Dec-A-Cake decorations, the Mini Oreos, the regular Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce, the Orbit gum & the two-liter SunKist bottle.

1. Sauce: $1.99- GAME OVER ALREADY
2. Gum: $3.69
3. Mac & Cheese: $2.99

Rest of the items:

Decorations- $3.09
Mini Oreos- $1.29
Soda- $1.79

Diane Ronnerberg joins the program last as the final IUFB comes into view, a cotton candy machine (Rachel behind GPT).

Eli: $1K/DIANE: $999/Drew: $325/Akila: $650

ARP: $1,418

Eli's asked if he should Switch? the prices of the following- a $2,049 stainless-steel BBQ (Amber) & the $3,695 Halo spa (Rachel)...he doesn't for the win!

My Pricing Game rundown:

1. One Wrong Price
2. Side By Side
3. Hi-Lo
4. Race Game
5. Switch?
6. Any Number

SCSD #2:
Fabiana ($1,020): $.70
Eli ($7,162): Quarter + Nickel = $.30
Corbin ($9,082): 55 + 65 = OVER; FABIANA BECOMES SHOWCASE RUNNER-UP

"ROCK BAND: THE BEATLES" SHOWCASE:

In front of CR- Said video game package (Amber)
Near Door #4- Trip to London (Amber)
Door #1- MINI Cooper HT (Std., Paint, MCaps)

DONALD PASSES TO FABIANA; FABIANA BIDS $24,600 ON MINI COOPER SHOWCASE- STAGE GARF

MY BID FOR MINI COOPER SHOWCASE: $33,233

DONALD'S SHOWCASE:

Left of Door #2- Three Beatles guitars (Rachel)
Right of Door #2- MacPro desktop computer system w/ $1K iTunes gift card (Rachel)
In Door #2- PORSCHE BOXSTER (Std., AT, Seats, Storage, WCaps)(Amber)

DONALD BIDS 52 LARGE ON PORSCHE SHOWCASE- GARF OF THE CENTURY

MY BID FOR PORSCHE SHOWCASE: $64,123

DONALD'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $52,000
ARP: $66,794
DIFFERENCE: $14,794

FABIANA'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $24,600
ARP: $31,796
DIFFERENCE: $7,196- WIN

Donald has to live w/ $1,605 in cash & bike while Fabiana wins $32,816 in stuff, including that MINI.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $64,329

WoF: Let's continue the New Orleans road trip w/ this $1K TU in the category of Thing:

_ _ R _ _ / G R _ S

_ _ _ _ _

Nick is incorrect w/ MARDI GRAS BEADS.

M _ R _ _ / G R _ S

_ _ O A _

Lyndsey steals MARDI GRAS FLOAT, meaning we have to talk to her first:

Lyndsey Jalvia (NO)- Pre-school teacher for the deaf/hearing impaired
Tiffany Clavier (Violet, LA)- A tour/story writer who owns a Pug named Ace & fishes
Nick Missios (NO)- Business banker

Onto the $2K TU board we go, w/ the topic proving to be Occupation:

R _ _ I O

_ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ Y

Nick's on the ball this time w/ RADIO DISC JOCKEY.

Whether he's ever had that position or not in his life, Jim Thornton gets the chance to announce that tonight's featured vacation's to the British Colonial Hilton in Nassau worth $8,900. After the category of the Eggland's Best Jackpot Round's Phrase, Nick calls a $450 N, buys two A's & spins up Lose a Turn. Secondly, Lyndsey gets the right-side Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge. Third, Tiffany calls for a $900 T, buys an E, calls a $300 L & purchases the I & O before calling D for dud while on the $2.5K spot. Afterwards, Nick puts up a $500 S & two $500 P's while on the Jackpot before we see...

_ _ S T / O N E

_ I _ / _ A P P _

_ A _ I L _

...after going a while without one, WE HAVE TWO JACKPOT WINS IN A ROW (& 7th overall this season)! He solves JUST ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY for a $10,150 pot & a total this round of $11,850; that currently makes him $13,850 richer!

SOLE DUD: $2.5K D (Tiffany)
SOLE LaT: Nick
SOLE BANKRUPT: Lyndsey

It's Before & After Round time; this puzzle has three words. First off, Lyndsey calls two R's for the Brennans gift tag & two T's for $1,200, purchases an A & three E's, gets up there an $800 S & buys two O's prior to calling a $500 W & buying an I to clean out the round's vowels. After that comes a $300 N & this board...

W A T E R

S _ I _ E

T R O _ _ O N E

...she says WATER SLIDE TROMBONE for another $2,800 in cash & gift card, so she's inched up to $3,800.

PERFECT ROUND

Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round category's What Are You Doing? Tiffany opens w/ the MDW's other Bankrupt. Second, Nick lights up two N's for $600, a $400 G, four I's, a $400 T, an E, a $400 H & two A's, followed by a dud of S. Coming down Lyndsey's path third are a bad vowel of O while on Free Play & a negative consonant of R. Following a $1,350 trio of C's, she calls trip K's while on the Mystery Wedge next door to the MDW for $3K more & the layout now...

K I C K I N G / _ A C K

I N / T H E / _ A C _ _ _ I

...she'll be KICKING BACK IN THE JACUZZI after pocketing $4,350; had she taken the flip...she would've been broke for the second time this round! Instead, she's also won a $7K trip to the Conrad Punta del Este Resort & Casino (w/ airfare from AmericanAirlines), for a second-place haul of $11,350 & a $2.5K margin between her & Nick.

DUDS: E (Lyndsey), $800 R (Lyndsey), $900 S (Nick)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Tiffany

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: CF9176015 (Carol F. from New Hampshire)

The $3K TU's identity will be Food & Drink:

B A _ _ _ A S

_ _ _ _ _ _

Lyndsey guesses BANANAS FOSTER...yes indeed to send her to $6,800.

Last Chance Round topic's Person & consonants are each valued at...$1,300. After a C's called...

C _ R

_ N T _ _ S I _ S T

...Nick might be a CAR ENTHUSIAST soon, but he makes the $2,600 solve to seal the match w/ $16,450! Tiffany goes away w/ her $11,350 worth of Mystery/PP Round earnings & Lyndsey leaves w/ $6,800 in cash & gift certificate.

The maingame winnings add up to $34,600.

Maxwell House Big Money Round: Nick spins the second A of AMERICA'S & he sees a nine-letter Show Biz puzzle. The RSTLNE lights up:

_ E _ _ _

_ _ _ E

HMDA's a very good letter combination to call, because we now have...

M E D _ A

H _ _ E

...he'll be getting some MEDIA HYPE over winning the $30K here & walking out of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center w/ $46,450; $12.5K's now in the Rebuilding Together charity bank!

We get a shot of clothing designer Harold Clarke in the audience to end this episode.

MtWI: This is Mother's Day Head-to-Head Week. Tonight's teams, both of whom have played before but only won a C-note on their first appearance:

Heidi Billington & Donna Speakman (previously competed on a head-to-head show February 16th)
Lynn & Bethany Gerber (previously competed on January 12th)

1. "Temper Tantrum"

Heidi: 177 + 176 = 353
Bethany: 194 + 189 = 383

2. "Movin' On Up"
Matchup: Donna vs. Lynn
WINNER: Lynn (2)

3. "A Bit Dicey"
Matchup: Donna vs. Bethany
WINNER: Bethany (3)

4. "Face the Cookie"
Matchup: Heidi vs. Bethany (three cookies needed to win)
WINNER: Heidi

5. "Suck It Up"
Matchup: Heidi vs. Bethany
WINNER: Heidi (2)

6. "Noodling Around"
Matchup: Heidi vs. Bethany, again
WINNER: Bethany- WINS ANOTHER $50K

$75K: "Mega Bubble"

1. Lynn- PASS IN :22

$125K: "High Roller"

It's all Bethany from here...& w/ just three seconds to spare on her last attempt, they leave w/ $125K tonight for a grand total of $126K!

J!: There's still one empty slot on the Wild Card Leaderboard in this Teachers' Tournament thanks to Viki Radden fizzling out towards the end of Tuesday night's Double Jeopardy!, but Elisabeth Raab, Matt Polazzo & Virginia's Lori Kissell just want to win this game so that they can assure themselves of coming back next week.

Opening Categories:

AN APPLE FOR TEACHER
THE NEW YORK TIMES: MOVIES
BILLIONS & BILLIONS
SHOW & TELL
JOB DESCRIPTION
"Y"s UP

Elisabeth ends the "Y" category w/ the Daily Double & $2,800; she's $400 ahead of Matt & $1,400 over Lori. She opts for the face value of this answer:

It's right below Saudi Arabia.

"What is Yemen?"...that's $3,800. She makes that $5,600 before halftime.

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS OF THE ROUND: $400 (Movies)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS OF THE ROUND: $600 (Movies)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $1K

Scores Following First Round:

Lori: $3K
Matt: $4,800
Elisabeth: $8,800

The Lowdown on DJ!:

THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY
SCHOOL OF ROCK
SISTER CITIES
DO ASK
REED-ING
"RITE"-ING

Lori locates one of the two DDs underneath the $1,600 Do Ask clue w/ $5,400; Matt has $6K now. Her wager on this clue is $2.5K:

The answer to this poetic question: "To the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach..."

"What is how do I love thee?"...she had a reason to smile just before saying that, because she's right to take over second place w/ $7,900! The other DD's also hers from the center square in Reed-ing & she's in first w/ $16,700, followed by Elisabeth w/ $11,200 & Matt at $9,600. This time, she puts $1.5K at risk:

In 1920, American Communist & author John Reed died of Typhus in this foreign capital.

"What is Moscow?"...that major Russian city's the right one to boost her to $18,200!

DJ! LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $3,200

Heading Into the Final:

Lori: $19,800
Matt: $14,800
Elisabeth: $12,400

CORYAT SCORES:

Lori: $18,600
Matt: $14,800
Elisabeth: $12,400

FINAL JEOPARDY! TOPIC: Famous Speeches.

Just 10 sentences, this speech is wrong on one point: It is long remembered.

ELISABETH:
Response: "What was the Gettysburg Address"
Wager: $4K
Final score: $16,400

MATT:
Response: "What is the Gettysburg Address"
Wager: $5,001
Final score: $19,801

LORI:
Response: "What is the gettysburg address?"
Wager: $9,900
Advances to semis w/: $29,700

WCL:

1. Dan Crosby- $21K
2. Matt Polazzo- $19,801
3. John Shoe- $17,201
4. Elisabeth Raab- $16,400

Caitlin Millat officially leaves this tourney w/ $5K.

HitW: Here are tonight's two regular teams, whose member names are all alliterative; also, both trios have twins of some sort:

Sugar & Spice and Everything Twice: Kelly, Kisha (twin sister/belly dancer) & Kennedy
Twin It to Win It: Joel, Joseph (twin brother) & Jordan

Two-Player Regular Wall Round:

Kelly & Kisa: FAIL
Joel & Joseph: FAIL

Solo Blackout Wall Round:

Kennedy: NO
Jordan: NO

Three-Player Wall Round:

S & S & ET (cannonballs on a ship): FAIL
TItWI (beach volleyball): 10

Two-Player Prop Speed Wall Round:

Joel & Joseph (weights): 20 (30)
Kelly & Kisha (toothbrush & a tooth): WIPEOUT

IMPOSSIWALL #6: Jordan will be wearing a series of balloons on one of his arms & another on one leg...but he crashes & cools.

TNG: Wednesday's big group:

Mervyn & Etophia (who dated at a McDonald's)
Josh & Kymberli (she got drunk before he picked her up)
Pete & Jamie (who plan their weekly & sex schedules in advance)

Round 1:

1. Based on her bedroom skills, what type of circus performer could you see your wife as- a ringmaster, contortionist or sword-swallower?
2. "50 years from now, I'm sure you'll still hear my wife yelling at me 'How many times do I have to ask you to _____________________?'."
3. What's the one food that, when eaten in public, could very well land your wife in jail for lude conduct?

MERVYN & ETOPHIA:
1. Ringmaster- CONTORTIONIST
2. Clean out the tub- LISTEN
3. Banana- BANANA (5)

JOSH & KYMBERLI:
1. Contortionist- CONTORTIONIST (5)
2. Stop cussing- STOP FLIPPING/CURSING LIKE A SAILOR (10)
3. Hot dog- ICE CREAM

PETE & JAMIE:
1. Ringmaster (because she always kick the cat off her bed)- RINGMASTER (5)
2. Be on time more- BE ON TIME (10)
3. Banana- HOT DOG

SECOND HONEYMOON: Hilton Waikoloa Village

ROUND 2:

1. If I gave you a chair for every woman your husband's ever hooked up w/, how many seats would you have- enough to fill a small cafe, church or college cafeteria?
2. How many times has your husband chucked your oyster before he found the big pearl?
"Jumping the Broom" Question of the Night: Which of your female friends most likely came to your wedding w/ the definite plan to land a man?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION (w/ low, medium & high as the choices): "When it comes to sex, my husband prefers the lighting level to be _____ & my audio level _____."

ETOPHIA & MERVYN:
1. Cafe- CAFE (15)
2. First time- FIRST (25)
3. Dawn B.- SARITA
BONUS: Medium & high- LOW (both)

KYMBERLI & JOSH:
1. Cafe- CAFE (20)
2. 100- 10
3. Jessie- JESSIE/JESSICA (30)
BONUS: High (both)- HIGH (both)(60)

JAMIE & PETE:
1. Cafe- CAFE (20)
2. First- ONE (30)
3. Rachel- KATIE (sister)
BONUS: Low & medium- LOW & HIGH (45)

Consolation Prize: Fandango

SL: Here are six 19-year-old girls from Yonkers:

Sam
Cheyenne
Emily
Nicole
Zaina
Julianne

$300 Round:
1. "Jump Spike"- Cheyenne has a spiked helmet to pop five soup-filled balloons w/ in 30 seconds; the soups are shrimp bisque, clam chowder, split pea, butternut squash & cream of mushroom.
RESULT: PASS ($300)
2. "Stirrup Strike"- Cheyenne now has to put on some black pants w/ stirrups; her teammates each have to snap them against her pretty feet.
RESULT: FAIL
3. "Drunk Cup" (Nicole)
RESULT: PASS ($600)

$400 Round:
1. "Not Wanted Five"- In Nicole's second straight stunt, she's gotta be slapped by a high-five rubber hand wheel for :20.
RESULT: PASS ($1K)
2. "Big Bad Breath" (Nicole's third consecutive challenge tonight)
RESULT: PASS ($1,400)
3. "Hair Treat" (Sam)
RESULT: TIME OVER

$800 Round:
1. "Sheep Transfer" (Emily)
RESULT: FAIL
2. "Pie Fire" (Zaina)- For her very first assignment, while holding a pie crust, she has to get plastered by these pie purees from the guns- pumpkin, Key Lime, apple, blueberry & cherry.
RESULT: PASS ($2,200)
3. "Fish Suck" (Julianne)
RESULT: TO #2

GRAND CHALLENGE: Nicole controls the inflation/exploding device for "Explosive Stool". The stools that the other five girls have to sit on until they've exploded during the inflation process come from a bar.
RESULT: LOSS (they leave w/ $367 apiece)

21: Yesterday, Sara from Houston finally brought home a $25K win on this stage in 2011. Here were the players on Episode 4072 attempting to do the same:

Sara ? (originally from Baltimore, MD)- Pregnant w/ her first child
Kimberly Stanfield (originally from Ontario, CA)- Works for a company that makes bikes for low-income kids
Walter ? (originally from Atlanta)- A guy who ate dinner w/ Muhammad Ali at a party

Round 1 Base Cards:

Sara: 8 OF SPADES
Kimberly: 8 OF HEARTS
Walter: 2 OF SPADES

Maingame Bonus Trip: Reno

1. The night she won her Best Supporting Actress Oscar, who created a scandal as big as her lips by kissing her brother?

Sara: Angelina Jolie- CORRECT (100)

CARD: KING OF HEARTS; PASSES TO KIMBERLY (18)

2. According to Men's Health, which is the biggest aphrodisiac for women- boosting her confidence, acting macho or bringing her flowers?

Sara: Boosting her confidence- YES (200)

CARD: JACK OF DIAMONDS, BUSTING KIMBERLY

3. Who went from Abbey Road to Pennsylvania Avenue to pickup a 2010 Gershwin Prize for his achievement in music from President Obama?

Walter: Paul McCartney- CORRECT (100)

CARD: 10 OF CLUBS; PASSES TO SARA (18)

4. If your husband's in the kitchen smearing honey on his nuts, he might be making what sweet pastry often served at Greek restaurants- Tiramisu, Baklava or Filo?

Walter: Baklava- RIGHT (200)

CARD: QUEEN OF DIAMONDS- WON ROUND 1 (700)

Round 2 Base Cards:

Sara: 3 OF SPADES
Kimberly: 5 OF HEARTS
Walter: QUEEN OF SPADES

After three questions:

Sara: (3S)(8D)(6S) = 17 (200)
Kimberly: (5H)(8C) = 13 (100)
Walter: QUEEN OF SPADES (1K)

4. What new host of "Don't Forget the Lyrics!" wouldn't dare forget the lyrics of songs from his band Sugar Ray- Mark McGrath, Chris Martin or Wayne Brady?

Walter: Mark McGrath- YOU BET (1,100)

CARD: 5 OF DIAMONDS, WHICH BUSTED SARA

5. Talk about spending too much time on the throne; which queen had the longest reign of any British monarch- Elizabeth I, Mary I or Victoria?

Kimberly: Victoria- RIGHT (200)

CARD: ACE OF HEARTS (14)

6. If Tony the Tiger played Major League Baseball for the Tigers, his home games would be held in what city- Pittsburgh, Detroit or St. Louis?

Kimberly: Detroit- SARA ELIMINATED (300)

CARD: 7 OF CLUBS- WON SECOND ROUND & TRIP

Championship Round Base Cards:

Kimberly: 9 OF DIAMONDS
Walter: 7 OF SPADES

1. William Shatner, Patrick Stewart or Scott Bakula- what British actor who played the captain of the Starship Enterprise was knighted last year?

Walter: Sir Patrick Stewart- CORRECT

CARD: 5 OF SPADES; PASSES TO KIMBERLY (14)

2. Mukluks, Hush Puppies or Zwiebacks- which is a type of shoe & a fried food eaten in the South & often seen at Long John Silver's?

Kimberly: Hush Puppies- YEAH

CARD: KING OF DIAMONDS, WHICH WAS PASSED TO WALTER (17)

3. If your geometry teacher accuses you of being obtuse, she may be comparing you to an angle of what size- less than 90 degrees, exactly 90 degrees or more than 90 degrees?

Kimberly: More- RIGHT

CARD: 4 OF DIAMONDS (18); FROZE

WALTER:
4. THE OTHER RED FOUR- WIN!

BLACKJACK BONANZA W/ TRIP POWER CHIPS:

OPENING CARDS:

HAND #1: 3 OF SPADES
HAND #2: 8 OF DIAMONDS
HAND #3: KING OF DIAMONDS

1. 9 OF SPADES; PLACES IN HAND #1 (12)

2. QUEEN OF SPADES; CHIPS IT (two PCs left)

3. 5 OF SPADES; PLACES IN HAND #2 (13)

4. 5 OF DIAMONDS; CHANGES IT (one PC left)

5. 2 OF HEARTS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (14; could've already been on the board)

6. 10 OF HEARTS; USES FINAL PC

7. 3 OF HEARTS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (17)

8. 4 OF DIAMONDS; HAND #1 CLEARED ($1K)

9. 10 OF CLUBS, WHICH WAS PLACED IN HAND #3 (20); GO ON

10. 3 OF CLUBS, WHICH WAS PLACED IN HAND #2 (16); CONTINUE

11. THE OTHER RED FIVE; HAND #2 CLEARED ($5K) & $6K BAILOUT

FINAL CARD: 8 OF SPADES


Here's one playout where he could've gone all the way:

HAND #1: (3S)(QS)(5D)(3H)
HAND #2: (8D)(5S)(3C)(5D)
HAND #3: (KD)(9S)(2H)
PASSED: (10H)(4D)(10C)

Millionaire Wednesday:

Conclusion of Seena Semerly's game
Game 2
Start of Game 3

Video Bonus: Hilarious "Millionaire" moment

Episode ratings:

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

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