TPiR: Taping-wise, this is Rich DiPirro's swan song. On the calldown list first are Mark Williams, Lou McClendon, Army staff sergeant Filemon Mendez & Kenita McNeil & the first one-bid offers up some Shure headphones & the 160 GB iPod (Amber & Rachel).
Kenita: $400 (STAGE GARF)/Filemon: $450/Lou: $555/Mark: $301 (STAGE GARF)
Lou wins the $949 digital stuff & this presumed breast cancer survivor plays Spelling Bee (Rachel) for the Mazda6 (Manuela at Door #3). Her free cards are #11 & #23.
1. Bamboo tool set: $15- $21; CAPTURES CARD #22
2. Garlic chopper/mixer: $26- $15
3. Potato ricer: $25- $32; CAPTURES CARD #3
Her daughter tells her to go on...but she gets three C's & an A.
(Note: The losing horns didn't play when she lost.)
Fifth is Perri Feinstein & the second IUFB's a snack dispenser (Amber behind rising sign).
Kenita: $1,350/Filemon: $500/PERRI: $400/Mark: $1,300
Filemon plays Switch? for a home theater sofa trio marked at $2.5K (Manuela) & the Samsung 60" LCD HDTV marked at $4,199 (Rachel)...& he makes the right Switch? at the right time!
Reporting for pricing duty sixth is Rebecca Martin & a DELL touchscreen desktop computer's the third GUFB (Manuela behind Giant Price Tag).
Kenita: $700/REBECCA: $600/Perri: $625/Mark: $641
Kenita plays Pushover for a black baby grand piano w/ the playing lessons (Teddy "Zig Zag" Andreadis at Door #2). Board:
She pushes to $7,914...but she pushed one block too many (ARP: $9,149).
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Kenita ($889): 35 + Half-Dollar = $.85
Lou ($1,002): 35 + 60 = $.95
Filemon ($7,399): Two 30s = LOU ADVANCES
George next spots Taylor Snyder from the back of the studio & IUFB #4's an exercycle (Rachel behind splitting sign).
TAYLOR: $550/Rebecca: $750/Perri: $1K/Mark: $670
A $25 overbid by Rebecca means Mark completes the First Four Sweep & plays Pick-a-Pair for a trip to the Hilton San Francisco Union Square worth $13,651 (Amber at Door #4). Today's tasty groceries are Hidden Valley Ranch, King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, a two-liter bottle of Dr. Pepper, Trader's Choice Chopped Onion, Listerine Strips & Creamsicles. His initial picks are the soda & the rolls...the drink's $1.89, but the rolls are just 99 cents. He then dumps the rolls for the strips...WIN! The onion was the other 99-cent item & both the Creamsicles & the dressing were $3.49 each.
Green contestant #2's Harry Cafarelli & the next PUFB's a couple pairs of Paul Smith sunglasses coming down from the ceiling.
Taylor: $800/Rebecca: $600/Perri: $576/HARRY: $575
Rebecca plays Bonkers for a Yamaha WaveRunner (Manuela at Door #3). Base price:
7 4 5 6
1. LHHL- INCORRECT
2. LLHH- INCORRECT
3. LHHH- INCORRECT
4. LLLL- NO WAY
5. HLHL- NO
FINAL TRY: LLHL- LOSS (ARP: $9,334)
Last comes Nancy Gray & the concluding IUFB's being worn by Rachel, a Dev Valencia diamond pendant.
Taylor: BUCK/NANCY: $4,600 (STAGE WILLY)/Perri: $1,200/Harry: $1,775
Perri plays Line 'Em Up for the Ford Focus (Std., AT, Prot)(Rachel at Door #2). Board:
?- $628, Bradley Smoker (Amber)
?- $75, messenger bag
?- $546, stemware (Manuela)
She becomes the second straight $18,769 Focus winner in this Pricing Game! Preceding that correct answer was $16,769; Manuela gives Perri her license plate instead of Rachel.
Rebecca ($625): $.85
Mark ($14,376): 65 + 35 = WINS $1K
Perri ($21,278): 80 + 75 = OVER
Mark's Bonus Spin ends at...half a buck.
SHOWCASE #1 W/ PRIZES THAT WILL HELP YOU SEE FLOWERS & PLANTS:
Near Door #4- Trip to the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa (Manuela)
Door #3- Aquavista wall aquarium w/ $500 (Rachel)
Door #2- Fiesta SE (Std., #201A, AT, Prot, Lighting/Radio)(Amber)
MARK BIDS $25,207 ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $24,998
LOU'S OUTDOOR SHOWCASE (Manuela):
Door #1- 19 pieces of climbing equipment, including a wall
In between Doors #1 & #2- Trips to the Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite & the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu near Mt. Everest w/ $3K
LOU BIDS 23 GRAND ON TRIPS SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIPS SHOWCASE: $20,568
DOUBLE OVERBID #11
That means Perri definitely becomes the top winner of the day & Mark's sent home w/ $15,376 in cash & prizes. That WASN'T the best way to close out Rich's tenure, but I wish him well w/ "Family Game Night" & his other projects.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $46,569
21: Four weeks are left to go as Episode 4115 is upon us:
Karyn O'Bryant (Hollis, NH)- Textbook reader for the blind
Rebecca ? (originally from Akron, OH)- Getting married in eight weeks
Charles ? (originally from Bay City, TX)- Personal trainer/"Catch 21" fan
Round 1 Base Cards:
Karyn: ACE OF HEARTS
Rebecca: 2 OF CLUBS
Charles: 3 OF SPADES
Maingame Bonus Prize: Palm Springs trip
1. If you're gaga for Lady GaGa, you know the glam-rock singer refers to what as her "Little Monsters"- breasts, fans or fingers?
Charles: Fans (100)
CARD: 2 OF SPADES, WHICH IS PASSED TO KARYN (3/13)
2. Last year, USA Today reported 66% of divorced lawyers cited what as the source of damaging evidence for clients headed towards splitsville- YouTube, anonymous tips or facebook?
Karyn: YouTube- INCORRECT
Rebecca: facebook (100)
CARD: 7 OF SPADES; KEEPS IT (9)
3. If your wife wants to show her strudel to Chef Gordon Ramsay, she should audition to be a contestant on what FOX show?
Rebecca: "Hell's Kitchen"- NO
Choices for everybody else: "MasterChef", "Top Chef" or "Iron Chef"
Charles: "Top Chef"
Karyn: "MasterChef" (100)
CARD: 6 OF HEARTS; FREEZES AT 19
4. Amy Winehouse could've been doing just fine now if she had listened to what anti-drug campaign initiated by First Lady Nancy Reagan?
Charles: "Just Say No!"- RIGHT (200)
CARD: 10 OF SPADES, WHICH IS PASSED TO REBECCA (19)
5. What movie maverick might consider using his "Top Gun" training to put some distance between himself & his 2010 flop "Night & Day"?
Charles: Tom Cruise (300)
CARD: 10 OF HEARTS, WHICH BUSTS REBECCA
6. JACK OF HEARTS (13)
7. 4 OF SPADES (17)
8. 9 OF CLUBS- KARYN WINS FIRST ROUND (600)
Round 2 Base Cards:
Karyn: ACE OF CLUBS
Rebecca: 2 OF DIAMONDS
Charles: 9 OF DIAMONDS
1. If you're leaving Las Vegas & heading for The Grand Canyon, you might pass what landmark on the Nevada-Arizona state line- Mt. Rushmore, Hoover Dam or The Rocky Mountains?
Karyn: Hoover Dam (700)
CARD: ACE OF DIAMONDS, WHICH IS PASSED TO REBECCA (3/13)
2. Call it "The Sisterhood of the Quirky Pants", but what celebrity sisters launched their own clothing lines, including Elizabeth & James- Kim & Khloe Kardashian, Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen or Jessica & Ashlee Simpson?
Charles: Mary-Kate & Ashley- RIGHT (400)
CARD: 8 OF HEARTS, WHICH IS PASSED TO KARYN (9/19)
3. Having nothing to do w/ Hugh Hefner's anatomy, The Dead Zone's an area in the Gulf of Mexico where sea life dies because the ocean lacks what?
Rebecca: Oxygen- CORRECT (200)
CARD: KING OF CLUBS; PASSES TO CHARLES (19)
4. Bryan Adams & Joe Cocker might be proud that the gravel-voice singer's alive & well in Chad Kroeger, who's the lead singer of what band- Nickelback, Maroon 5 or Green Day?
Charles: Maroon 5
Rebecca: Nickelback (300)
CARD: 4 OF DIAMONDS, BUSTING CHARLES
5. If you enjoy big, fat, sweaty guys in speedos, you'll love what Japanese sport that's big on size & small on clothing?
Karyn: Sumo wrestling (800); FREEZES
6. 10 OF DIAMONDS (13)
7. 2 OF HEARTS (15)
8. 9 OF SPADES- ELIMINATED
Championship Round Base Cards:
Karyn: 5 OF SPADES
Charles: 7 OF DIAMONDS
1. A royal pain for the British royal family, Sarah Ferguson was reportedly banned from accepting $1 Million to do what last year- appear on "Celebrity Rehab", become a TMZ correspondent or pose nude for Playboy?
Charles: Playboy- NO
Karyn: "Celebrity Rehab"- RIGHT
CARD: KING OF DIAMONDS, WHICH GETS PASSED TO CHARLES (17)
2. If you catch Humpty Dumpty beating up his egg whites, he may be whipping up what fluffy dessert that's French for "faux"- souffle, mousse or fondue?
CARD: QUEEN OF CLUBS, WHICH IS PASSED TO KARYN (15)
3. The Joan Rivers collection of jewelry, not of one-liners, is available now on what 24 hours a-day shopping channel- HSN, QVC or CSN?
CARD: 4 OF CLUBS (19); FREEZES
4. JACK OF SPADES- KARYN SWEEPS MAINGAME!
BLACKJACK BONANZA W/ ALL POWER CHIPS: Karyn's been addicted to stopping on 19s so far today.
HAND #1: 9 OF SPADES
HAND #2: 3 OF CLUBS
HAND #3: ACE OF CLUBS
1. 5 OF HEARTS; PLACES IN HAND #2 (8)
2. JACK OF CLUBS- HAND #3 CLEARED ($1K)
3. KING OF CLUBS; CHANGES IT (three PCs left)
4. 9 OF DIAMONDS; CHIPS IT ALSO (two PCs left)
5. 4 OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (13; could've won $5K by now)
6. 2 OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #1 (15; could've ran the table)
7. JACK OF SPADES; CHIPS IT (one PC left)
8. 2 OF HEARTS; PLACES IN HAND #2 (10)
9. KING OF SPADES; USES FINAL PC
10. 3 OF HEARTS, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #1 (18)
11. ACE OF DIAMONDS- HAND #2 CLEARED ($5K) & BAILOUT
FINAL CARD: 8 OF SPADES
If only she had played that second nine in Hand #2, she would've won the $25K w/ at least three PCs to spare.
TNG: Before I begin Week 8, I would like to announce that through the 25th of this month, you can log on to WorldMarket.com for your chance to win a trip to a Sandals resort in The Bahamas or St. Lucia. You can also win a $3K Cost Plus World Market gift card & GSN-related prizes. But let's focus on tonight's players:
Duke & Stacy (who have been wearing wacky costumes together in 34 U.S. states)
Corey & Tonyia (who allegedly do sex every day)
Sam & Rachel (who are training for a seven-mile mud obstacle course)
1. If you wrote down all of the sounds your wife makes during a night of sex, would it fell a Post-It, piece of paper or an entire posterboard?
2. "I may not have been there, but in high school, I feel like my wife was a total ____________."
3. If you had to re-name your wife after her favorite drink, what would her new first name be?
DUKE & STACY:
1. Posterboard- POSTERBOARD (5)
2. Tomboy- CLASS CLOWN
3. "Stacy's Sunfire Surprise" (which consists of Crystal Light, vodka & no water)- RUM
COREY & TONYIA:
1. Paper- PAPER (5)
2. Nerd- B&#^!
3. Muscata- MUSCATA (10)
SAM & RACHEL:
1. Paper- PAPER (5)
2. Popular girl- JOKESTER
3. Champagne- GIN
SECOND HONEYMOON: Almond Morgan Bay
1. If your husband was a maple tree, would you say his sap's something you sample regularly, try only on special occasions or find to be sticky & gross?
2. "I haven't found the cane or the seeing eye dog, but my husband must be blind because he thinks _________ is a sexy woman."
3. What's the one thing you love about your husband that everyone else can't stand?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If there's one thing I miss about the sex in our early days, it's the _________, but since then, we've gotten so much better at __________."
STACY & DUKE:
1. Regularly- REGULARLY (15)
2. Tori Spelling- TORI SPELLING (25)
3. Farting- PEAR FIGURE
BONUS: Frequency & doing it in public places- RANDOM PLACES & SNUGGLING
TONYIA & COREY:
1. Regularly- REGULARLY (20)
2. Regina King- REGINA KING (30)
3. Buying her gifts all the time- HAIR
BONUS: Orgasms & communication- ORGASMS & SEX (45)
RACHEL & SAM:
1. Occasions- OCCASIONS (15)
2. Gisele (Bundchen)- MILA KUNIS
3. Pestering- PERSONALITY
BONUS: Frequency & trying new moves- SPONTANEITY & "WHEELBARROW" (30)
Consolation Prize: Cusiniart Smartpower blending/chopping system
WoF: For the last week of the season, the intro's the same one that uses the puzzleboard. We're on the set where Katie Cantrell got to do her job as Vanna For a Day.
First on the Toss-Up lineup is a Quotation:
G O / W E S T
Y O U N _ / _ A N
Wanda says "GO WEST, YOUNG MAN" to strike first blood. Here are Monday night's contestants:
Wanda Williams-Brown (Cedar Hill, TX)- Retired L.A. Department of Water & Power worker/poet
Joseph Scholl (Coram, NY)- A restaurant caterer who's working on his Basic Associate's Degree in Liberal Arts at a local community college; he's engaged to Marissa
Christine Klieber (Yorba Linda, CA)- A Second Grade teacher at Cornerstone Prep School in L.A. who has done the Camp Pendleton Mud Run for the past three years
The $2K TU board has a Fun & Games theme:
T W _ N T _
Q U E S _ I _ _ S
We don't have TWENTY QUESTIONS for Wanda, but another $2K for her.
Meineke Jackpot Round category is People (w/ the spark serving as the week's category wipe) & tonight's featured trip, sponsored by the new version of the movie "True Grit", is to the 320 Guest Ranch in Big Sky, MT worth $6,250; the Swan Chocolate gift tag's in play for most of the week. Wanda first calls a $2,500 S & two R's for another grand, buys an E, two A's but then the sole dud vowel of O. Secondly, Joseph calls the U while on Free Play & three N's while on the Jackpot for $1.5K but then hits Lose a Turn. Third, Christine calls a dud of L while on the top dollar wedge. Fourth, Wanda calls the D at the end for that Wild Card & a $2.5K M, then we have...
U N _ _ E R S _ _ _
M A R _ _ _ N _ / _ A N D
...& she solves UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND for another $5,250 & new cash winnings of $8,250.
DUDS: $2.5K L (Christine), O (Wanda)
SOLE LaT OF THE ROUND: Joseph
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: 14 grand
The Prize Puzzle Round subject's What Are You Doing? First, Joseph automatically Bankrupts in between $600 & $900. Second, Christine calls a $700 S, two T's for another $600 & three N's for a total of four G's, then she purchases three E's but then the O costs somebody a turn for the second straight round. Third, Wanda calls a $300 G, FPs two A's but then gets the cuckoo for re-buying the E. Right after that, Joseph tries to solve this...
_ _ _ _ _ N G
_ _ / _ E E T
_ N / T _ E
_ A _ _ / S A N _
...but he's incorrect by three letters w/ PUTTING MY FEET IN THE WARM SAND. Back to Christine, she buys the rest of the vowels (two I's & a U), then calls a $3.5K D, a $550 H, a $300 F, two M's for $1,600 more, a couple of Y's worth another seven large but then a critical dud of L. Wanda then takes a stab at this new board...
_ U _ Y I N G
M Y / F E E T
I N / T H E
_ A _ M / S A N D
...she gets BURYING MY FEET IN THE WARM SAND for another $50 bill & a $6,200 trip to the Fairmont Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, which makes her new total $14.5K in cash & Mexico.
DUDS (both by Christine): $900 L, O
SOLE BANKRUPT OF THE ROUND: Joseph
DQs: 2 (Wanda's E repeat, Joseph's missolve)
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: TK3907459 (Tracey K. from Florida)
Christine has been capitalized on by our current leader the past two rounds, but she can bounce back in the Mystery/Before & After Round; there's three words. First up for her are an S for the gift certificate & two N's while on the Mystery Wedge in between FP & LaT. She risks her chocolate...for the cash! Then come three T's for nine Benjamins & her purchases of an A & three I's & E's to clean out the vowels in one sitting. Following those are a $2K pair of R's, a $300 F, an $800 L & a $600 L, then we have...
I N S T A N T
_ E L I E F
_ I T C _ E R
...& this INSTANT RELIEF PITCHER throws to her $14,850 in cash & gift tag & the lead by a $600 margin!
The $3K TU topic's Occupation:
H _ U S E
_ A I _ T E R
Wanda blows her chance to re-take the lead w/ a response of HOUSE WAITER.
H O U S E
_ A I N T E R
Christine steals HOUSE PAINTER to up her leading bank to $17,850.
Onto the Last Chance Round we go w/ at least two Living Things; consonants are worth...$1,600 apiece. After a C call by Joseph...
C _ _ _ _ S _ _ _ _
H _ R S _ S
...he missolves for the second & hopefully final time this evening w/ CHAMPIONSHIP HORSES; he might've just lost out on $3,200. But he does get a second chance at it after he says the D's...
C L _ D _ S D _ L _
H _ R S _ S
...& he correctly solves CLYDESDALE HORSES for $6,400! If Wanda had called those D's instead of him & solved, she would've won the match by just $200; instead, she leaves w/ $14.5K in cash & trip & Christine's won it w/ $17,850 in cash & chocolate!
$38,750 in cash & merchandise was won upfront.
DUDS: M (Wanda), N (Wanda), T (Christine)
SOLE DQ: Joseph (missolve)
NO BANKRUPT TRASH TONIGHT
Maxwell House Big Money Round: Christine could win more money &/or the $27K+ RX-8. She spins the R & the category's Thing. Starting w/:
_ _ _ _
_ N _ _ _ _ E
_ _ I D
I N _ _ I _ E
...but she's way off track w/ POID INQUIRE & WIDE INQUIRE. She doesn't earn the PAID INVOICE of $35K & leaves w/ $17,850 in cash & sweets.
J!: Jericho Saria needs to beat tonight's challengers as well as tomorrow's to have any good shot of making the Tournament of Champions:
Sam Meyer (originally from St. Joseph, MN)- Graduate student of Middle Eastern studies
Joanna Liff (Chicago)- Electronic publishing specialist
The week's first category list:
WE'RE ANIMATED ABOUT BOOKS (each clue's a Catch Phrase w/ a verbal clue being heard)
WE MAKE MONEY
THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY
WE "URN" WAY
At the break, Jericho's in the lead w/ $3,200 & is ahead of Joanna by a grand & Sam by two. To end the round, Joanna has the Daily Double from We Make Money & only trails Jericho $4,800-$4,600 (thanks in part to a reverse ruling on his correct response regarding the $1K We're Animated About Books clue); Sam's a close third w/ $3,600. She wagers the face value of this answer for the lead heading into Double Jeopardy!:
Soon after The Constitution's ratification, this Secretary of the Treasury prepared plans for a U.S. Mint.
"Who is (Alexander) Hamilton?"...makes her the new leader w/ $5,600!
LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $1,200
ROCK YOUR WORLD (only the $400 clue comes from Jimmy Maguire at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Geology Museum)
CAPITAL CITY BIRTHPLACES (a person's given on each clue)
LAND OF LANDSCAPES
100 YEARS OR OLDER
WHAT DID JESUS DO?
Joanna's second DD comes on the $1,600 "Od" Word w/ $8,400 & still first place, followed by Jericho at the $6K mark & Sam w/ $5,200. For the second time in a row, she's betting the face value of a clue like this one:
Thomas Edison developed a method to extract rubber from this yellow wildflower, but it proved too expensive.
"What is a daffodil?"...no, it was a goldenrod, so her lead drops to $800. And for the second consecutive round, we end w/ a DD, which in this case goes to Sam at $11,600 to close out Rock Your World; Joanna's up to $9,600 & Jericho's still in the game w/ $8,400. He's gambling $3,400, so his leadership role's on the line w/ this:
Scattered material that can include sand & dust is called this "rock", after the layer below the Earth's crust.
"What is mantle?"...also sounding like a thing to hang some of your accomplishments, that's right to get him to 15 G's!
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $3,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $5,200
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $8,800
Scores After DJ!:
FINAL JEOPARDY! TOPIC: Colorful Titles.
At its premiere in NYC in 1924, this composition was part of a concert billed as "an experiment in modern music".
Jericho Saria's going to have to had bet big & be right w/ his last question of "What is 'Rhapsody in Blue'?"...that George Gershwin work was right, but he only risked $2,400 to finish tonight at $10,800. Joanna Liff...also got it & wagered a more sensible $7,201 to make it to $16,801. Does Sam Meyer win the title w/ $19,201...NO, he actually becomes champ w/ $20,432! Jericho leaves w/ $54,602.
L: Here we G-O! The first aired episode is Episode 1039 & here are Bill Engvall's first shown teams:
Melissa & Michelle (who lived in a haunted building while at college; Michelle can also suck her nose in)
Toni & Candace (who were a part of the same college sorority; Candace also sleeps in the nude & doesn't own a TV)
Making a Lingo is worth the same amount of money you earn for solving a word. The team w/ more money at the end of three rounds keeps it & goes on to play Bonus Lingo for a chance at $100K.
M & M's First Board:
T & C's First Board:
The Mystery Balls are sponsored by Progressive.
Opening Ball Pulls (these will be marked off on their respective boards):
M & M: 44
T & C: 77
#1 (T & C): Doggy style
1. L I N G O
2. L O N E R
3. L O N G S
4. L O A N S
FINAL TRY: L O S E R
AFTER BONUS LETTER: L O Y _ _
M & M: L O Y A L ($100)
#2 (M & M): Completed fork play
1. E X I T S
2. E M A I L - DQ
AFTER BONUS LETTER: E A _ _ _
T & C: E A T E N ($100)
#3 (T & C): There's always one when you least expect it
1. C A K E S
2. C A R O L
3. C A B L E
4. C A M P S- TIME OVER
AFTER BONUS LETTER: C A T _ _
M & M: C A T C H ($200)
1. 07 (needs MB, 14 or 88 for Lingo)
#1 (T & C): Palace porn on display
1. N A S T Y
2. N O I S E - TO
AFTER BL: N U _ _ _
M & M: N U R S E , N U D E S ($400)
1. STOPPER #2
#2 (T & C): Like a promise from a politician
1. B E S T S
2. B E A T S
3. B O A T S
4. B O M B S
FT: B O R E S
AFTER BL: B O G _ S
M & M: B O G U S ($600)
2. 39 (77 added to the mix)
#3 (M & M): They like to hang around
1. P A I N T
2. P O I S E
3. P O S S E ($800)
1. 11 (22 added to the winning balls)
2. 88- LINGO ($1K)
M & M's Second Board:
#4 (T & C): Use your lips
1. F I N G S- DQ
AFTER BL: F L _ _ _
M & M: F L A M E , F L I T E- DQ
AFTER BL: F L U _ E
T & C: F L U T E ($300)
1. 64 (MB or 07 for Lingo)
2. 52 (35 added)
#1 (T & C): Always comes in the end
1. D I C K S (that's one reason why this show's usually rated TV-14 now)
2. D U M P S
3. D O D G E
4. D I N G S- TO
AFTER BL: D E _ _ _
M & M: D E A L S
AFTER BL: D E A T _
T & C: TO (A: DEATH)
#2 (T & C): Arresting development
1. S T O P S
2. S A U C E
3. S E A M S
4. S E M E N - TO
AFTER BL: S I _ E N
M & M: S I R E N ($1.5K)- LOCK GAME!
2. MB; MAKES IT AN 11
$100K BL: Here are the values of Melissa & Michelle's first four correct answers here:
Also, for each right word, I will light up a letter in this show's title; they will sometimes get three letters in the first word only courtesy of Progressive; usually, two letters will be shown for every word in this round. As they said on "Caesar's Challenge", "Let the tournament begin"!
#1: P E _ A _
1. P A P E R
2. P E A R S
3. P E D A L (L----; $3K)(1:07 left)
#2: H _ D _ _
1. H I D E S
2. H O U N D
3. H E A R T
4. H E D A L
FT: H E R D S (A: HEDGE)(:18 left)
#3: A _ _ S _
1. A R I S E
2. A H E A D- LOSS (A: ANTSY)
Incidentally, Bill's also a producer on the program.
8: "Catch 21"
7: "Jeopardy!" & "The Newlywed Game"
6: "The Price is Right" & "Wheel of Fortune"