Wednesday, June 08, 2011

6/8/2011 Results

TPiR: Wednesday's First Four turn out to be Vernica Clark, Dakota Sotto Santo, Jessica White & Darren Pearson. As for what's on offer in the first one-bid, it's the Fuego O1 (Amber behind splitting sign).

Darren: $700/Jessica: $800/Dakota: $850/Vernica: $500

ARP: $649

Vernica could be cooking up at least a $10K win playing 1/2 Off (Rachel on the left, Manuela on the right).

1.
Ice cream maker: $45
Tote bag: $16
PICK: Ice cream maker ($90)
BOXES REMAINING: #1, #3, #5, #6, #11, #12, #14 & #16

2.
Fondue pot: $75
Personal blender: $22
PICK: Blender

3.
Thermal carafe: $20
Tea kettle: $19
PICK: Kettle

Her chosen box of #11 (Rachel) is absolutely...wrong- #3 was correct.

Going to her hot spot next is Shanna Mederios & the second PUFB's five Danielle Nicole NY handbags (Manuela in the clam).

Darren: $400 (STAGE GARF)/Jessica: $375 (STAGE GARF)/Dakota: $401/SHANNA: $499

ARP: $506

Shanna plays Any Number for either a couple Nikon Coolpix cameras w/ a 2 GB memory card attached to each one (Rachel) or the RAM 1500 (Std., PEG, Prot)(Amber at Door #3).

1. 4- RAM ($ 2 _ , _ 4 _)
2. 6- RAM ($ 2 _ , _ 4 6)
3. 3- Pricey Ziffel ($ _ . _ 3)
4. 5- Cameras ($ 5 _ _)
5. 7- RAM ($ 2 _ , 7 4 6)
6. 2 (after nearly choosing 1)- WINS RAM! ($22,746)

Cameras: $518
Left behind in Piggy Bank: $9.03

Baa- Player #6's Erica Lamb & the third IUFB's a six-night trip to the Harbor View Inn in Santa Barbara (Rachel near Door #3).

Darren: $751 (STAGE GARF #2)/Jessica: $900 (STAGE GARF #2)/Dakota: $901/ERICA: $750 (STAGE GARF)

By default, Dakota wins the $3,708 California getaway & plays the Range Game for a Hydropool (Manuela at Door #3). The range today goes from $9,700-$10,300 (& the commas are included on each of the main prices on this scale) & his stopped range is $9,839-$9,989...$9,878 is just good enough!

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Vernica ($755): Three Quarters
Dakota ($13,586): 65 + 20 = $.85
Shanna ($23,252): 15 + 45 = $.60- DAKOTA GOES ON

Seventh is Michael Johnson & the fourth GUFB's a nine-pice Panasonic home theater sound system (Manuela behind GPT).

Darren: $900/Jessica: $901/MICHAEL: $850/Erica: $851

All are over.

Darren: $501/Jessica: BUCK/Michael: $650/Erica: $500

Michael rings up a $500 bonus & plays Most Expen$ive for a Golden West Billiards table (Rachel), the Panasonic 54" plasma HDTV (Manuela) & the Inspire M-2 (Amber). After polling the audience near each prize, he keeps the table.

TV- $1,699
Gym- $2,495
Table- $3,595

Going orange third is Allison Dunlon (who's wearing a picture of the Season 37 Showcase set on her purple T-shirt) & the next PUFB's a Gateway 20" touchscreen desktop computer system (Rachel behind GPT).

Darren: $1,300/Jessica: BUCK/ALLISON: $1K/Erica: $1,001

ARP: $830

Because Jessica's one-buck bid worked that time, she plays Check-Out for the $18K Hyundai Elantra Touring (Manuela at Door #3). The groceries are Easy Cheese, Glad Trash Bags, Campbell's Soup at Hand Classic Tomato, Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup & the two-ounce package of Gold Bond Cream.

GUESSES:

Cheese: $2.79
Bags: $5.99
Soup: $1.99
Syrup: $2.59
Cream: $7
TOTAL GUESS: $20.36

ANSWERS:

Cheese: $4.19
Bags: $7.29
Soup: BULLSEYE ($1.99)
Syrup: $3.89
Cream: $7.83


ACTUAL TOTAL: $25.19

The last player called down is Abigail d'Andrea & the final one-bid's the small stainless-steel popcorn cart (Amber at Door #3). Darren's been here the whole show but will be making the final bid.

Darren: $250 (SUICIDE BID)/ABIGAIL: $527/Allison: $350 (STUPID BID)/Erica: $400

BOOTED TO CLUBHOUSE: Darren

Abigail banks the $1,489 cart & plays Safe Crackers (Rachel) for a Honda Shadow Aero (Manuela) w/ accessories (Amber), a prize package worth $8,389.

NUMBERS IN ACCESSORIES: 0, 6 & 9

COMBINATION GUESS: $960

SCSD #2 (winner becomes Top Winner in the Showcase):
Jessica ($830): 65 + 15 = $.80
Abigail ($1,489): 15 + 80 = $.95
Michael ($8,939): 60 + Half-Dollar = OVER BY A DIME- ABIGAIL QUALIFIES

SHOWCASE #1:

Door #1- Steel kitchen appliance trio (Manuela)
In between Doors #1 & #2- Four-course dinners for a year courtesy of GourmetStation (Manuela)
Door #3- Ford Taurus (Rachel)

DAKOTA PASSES TO ABIGAIL; ABIGAIL BIDS $26,311 ON CAR SHOWCASE- STAGE GARF (barely covers the Taurus)

MY BID FOR CAR SHOWCASE: $33,766

DAKOTA'S SHOWCASE:

Door #1- OceanRodeo kiteboarding equipment (Amber)
Door #4- Trip to Auckland, NZ (Rachel)
Door #2- Compact Yachts 14" picnic sailboat (Manuela)

DAKOTA BIDS 28 GRAND ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE

MY BID FOR TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE: $25,236

ABIGAIL'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $26,311
ARP: $31,442
DIFFERENCE: $5,131

DAKOTA'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $28,000
ARP: $28,551
DIFFERENCE: $551- WIN

Dakota just missed a Double Showcase Win, but he still wins a total of $42,137 in merchandise.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $77,402

The notable guests appearing on "Price" very soon are Tracey Bregman & Christian LeBlanc from "The Young & The Restless" & WWE Divas The Bella Twins (whom I deem the second-ever co-Divas Champions; Brie's technically the sole champ) & Kelly Kelly! Also, the Father's Day teams episode will air a week from Friday.

21: The Episode 4116 player lineup (tomorrow's episode was taped right after this one):

Matt Kelling (Katy, TX)- Ballroom/Latin dancer
Carrie ?- An executive assistant who does animal disaster response
Tom ? (Springfield, MA)- Just married

Round 1 Base Cards:

Matt: KING OF CLUBS
Carrie: JACK OF CLUBS
Tom: 4 OF HEARTS

Maingame Bonus Prize: Pier 1 Imports gift card

1. Iceland's Prime Minister definitely broke the ice in 2010 when she became the first national leader ever to do what?

Tom: Marry a person of the same sex- CORRECT (100)

CARD: 2 OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO MATT (12)

2. It might benefit White House pages to read the pages of whose bestseller "The Audacity of Hope"?

Tom: President Barack Obama (200)

CARD: 10 OF SPADES, WHICH BUSTS MATT

3. The 2009 Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Game Show went to what program, which may have the world's smallest set- "Jeopardy!", "Ca$h Cab" or "The Newlywed Game"?

Tom: "Ca$h Cab" (300)

CARD: 3 OF SPADES; PASSES TO CARRIE (13)

4. If The Village People recorded a song titled "ACLU", the lyrics would most likely focus on what group of people- investment bankers, pet lovers or civil rights activists?

Tom: Civil rights advocates
Carrie: Civil rights activists (100)

CARD: THE OTHER RED EIGHT; PASSES TO TOM (8)

5. Committing to 200 shows at Caesar's Palace was no gamble for which legendary female artist who must "Believe" her voice's strong enough to hold up- Cher, Celine Dion or Madonna?

Carrie: Celine Dion
Tom: Cher (400)

CARD: JACK OF SPADES- WINS FIRST ROUND (900)

Round 2 Base Cards:

Matt: 7 OF CLUBS
Carrie: ACE OF SPADES
Tom: QUEEN OF CLUBS

1. If your boyfriend pulls out his horn & empties his spit valve, he's probably preparing to play what member of the brass family- saxophone, trombone or clarinet?

Matt: Trumpet
Carrie: Trombone (200)

CARD: 9 OF CLUBS; FREEZES AT 20

2. What actor's probably still finding sand in weird places after starring in three "Mummy" movies & "Journey to the Center of the Earth"?

Tom: Brendan Fraser- RIGHT (1K)

CARD: 10 OF CLUBS, WHICH GETS PASSED TO MATT (20)

3. Pennsylvania farmers might've been drinking Jack Daniel's during what 1794 uprising protesting the liquor tax- Pontiac's Rebellion, Shay's Rebellion or Whiskey Rebellion?

Tom: Shay's- INCORRECT
Matt: Whiskey (100)

CARD: KING OF HEARTS, WHICH IS PASSED TO TOM (20)

4. Like General Custer, coach Phil Jackson announced the 2010-11 NBA season will be his last stand w/ what championship team?

Tom: Los Angeles Lakers (1,100)

CARD: 8 OF DIAMONDS- MATT ELIMINATED

TOM'S FINAL CARD: JACK OF HEARTS- BUST

Championship Round Base Cards:

Christine: JACK OF DIAMONDS
Tom: 10 OF HEARTS

1. Separate beds is one thing, but a man & a woman watched the sun set from separate bathtubs in commercials for what medication?

Tom: Cialis- RIGHT

CARD: 9 OF DIAMONDS; PASSES TO CHRISTINE (19)

2. According to Forbes, what physicist made $10M in 2009; not bad for a dead guy, last seen as a bobblehead in "Night at the Museum: Battle of The Smithsonian"- Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein or Isaac Newton?

Tom: Newton- NO
Christine: Einstein- YES; FREEZES

TOM:
3. 8 OF CLUBS (18)
4. 8 OF HEARTS- CHRISTINE WINS

BLACKJACK BONANZA W/ THREE POWER CHIPS:

OPENING CARDS:

HAND #1: 10 OF SPADES
HAND #2: 4 OF HEARTS
HAND #3: 8 OF HEARTS

1. 6 OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #2 (10)

2. 8 OF CLUBS; CHANGES IT (two PCs left)

3. 3 OF CLUBS, WHICH IS PLACED IN HAND #3 (11; could've already been on the board)

4. 9 OF DIAMONDS; PLACES IN HAND #2 (19)

5. 5 OF SPADES; CHANGES IT (one PC left)

6. ACE OF HEARTS- HAND #2 CLEARED ($1K)

7. 8 OF SPADES- FINAL PC USED (could've won it all already)

8. 10 OF CLUBS- HAND #3 CLEARED ($5K); BAILOUT

FINAL CARD: 7 OF HEARTS

Fastest board of the day:

HAND #1: (10S)(8C)(3C)
HAND #2: (4H)(6D)(AH)
HAND #3: (8H)(5S)(8S)
PASSED: (AH)

TNG: Wednesday's wackos:

Steven & Crystal (he was a patient in the ER where she worked)
Rob & Jen (who love scavenger hunts)
Adam & Vanessa

Round 1:

1. When your wife reaches the peak of her performance in the bedroom, are her eyes wide open, closed tight or blinking like she's possessed?
2. "Michelle Obama's Secret Service code name is Renaissance, Jackie Kennedy's was Lace, but if my wife were First Lady, they would probably name her __________."
3. They say that every time you have sex, you burn a hundred calories. So tell me how many calories you burned in the room last month?

STEVEN & CRYSTAL:
1. Closed- CLOSED (5)
2. Two-piece- BABY GIRL
3. 500- NONE

ROB & JEN:
1. Open- CLOSED
2. Oxygen- MARATHON WOMAN
3. 1K- 300

ADAM & VANESSA:
1. Closed- CLOSED (5)
2. Patience- BE NICE
3. 1.5K- 700

SECOND HONEYMOON: Almond Beach Club & Spa

ROUND 2:

1. When preparing for your next sex session, are you & your husband more likely to take out your calendars to schedule it, a toy to spice it up or a bottle of wine to get the juices flowing?
2. "If I could change one thing about my wedding day, it would be _____________."
3. What item does your husband always pack in his suitcase that airport security would assume belonged to you?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "My husband's so smart when it comes to _____________, but he's completely clueless about _______________."

CRYSTAL & STEVEN:
1. Wine- WINE (15)
2. Not crying under a sink in a hotel- LIMO DRIVER WAS LATE TO THE CASINO
3. Cuticle pusher- LOTION
BONUS: Home repair & the house- STREET SMARTS & NO CLUE

JEN & ROB:
1. Calendar- WINE
2. Nothing- WAITING HALF AN HOUR FOR HER BRIDE
3. Electric toothbrush- NOTHING
BONUS: Disagreeing w/ me & cleaning- FITNESS & BEING POLITICALLY CORRECT- SKUNKED!!!

VANESSA & ADAM:
1. Toy- TOY (15)
2. The drinks in most of their wedding pictures- DOING THEIR TWO-YEAR ENGAGEMENT SOONER
3. Red hygiene bag- BATTERY-OPERATED SHAVER
BONUS: Books & common sense- BOOKS & CLUELESSNESS IN SPORTS (30)

Consolation Prize: Cusiniart food processor

WoF: We're probably going to be on the dark main set for the rest of the week, w/ the Desert Oasis Week theme attached to tonight's episode. The category of the first Toss-Up is Person:

C _ _ _ _ _

R _ N G _ _ _ _ E R

Daniel makes the $1K CIRCUS RINGMASTER solve, so we're meeting the players in this order:

Daniel Anaya (Albuquerque, NM)- Heavy equipment operator/occasional stage actor married to Jackie
Sarah Klukas (NYC; originally from New Britain, CT)- A legal secretary who writes to overseas soldiers for an organization called AdoptaPlatoon
Jennifer Frady (Woodland Hills, CA)- Hairstylist/makeup artist married to Jerry for six years

The $2K TU identity's On the Map:

_ A I _ _ _ N K S

A _ A _ _ _

Daniel now has $3K after saying FAIRBANKS, ALASKA.

Meineke Jackpot Round category's Thing & the featured desert vacation's to the JW Marriott Desert Springs in Palm Desert worth $5,165. First from him is a dud of T. Second, Sarah calls two S's for $5K, buys two I's, calls for a $500 N & purchases three O's, then comes an F for the Swan gift tag, the first letter of A & two E's to clean out the vowels, two R's for another $1,200, an M for the vacation, a $600 K at the end, a $550 P, but then an unfortunate dud of L to leave $13,015 in cash & goodies on the table. Following a $300 W, a $400 V & a dud of C while on Free Play, she duds out of this round for good w/ an H. Daniel then gets the B...

A N / I M P R E S S I V E

B O _ _ / O F / W O R K

...& it hasn't been AN IMPRESSIVE BODY OF WORK overall, but he's perfect so far w/ $4K to his credit.

DUDS: $2.5K H (Jennifer), $300 L (Sarah), $800 T (Daniel)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $14,850

The lead's on the line in this Prize Puzzle Round w/ a Phrase on the big board. Sarah starts it off by calling for a $300 M & buying two I's, followed by a negative of S. Second, Jennifer lands on Lose a Turn. Third, Daniel calls two G's for 18 bills, purchases four A's & calls two D's for another C-note prior to buying two O's, inserting a $300 H & getting the LaT. Fourth, Sarah makes a $3.5K N & two $300 Y's appear & we have...

I ' M / H A _ I N G

A / _ _ A _ _ Y

G O O D / D A Y

...she's saying "I'M HAVING A REALLY GOOD DAY", because she's in first place w/ $10,150 in cash & trip (including the $6K Costa Rican Tour).

SOLE DUD: $400 S (Sarah)
LaTs: 2 (Jennifer, Daniel)

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: JW11112 (Joseph W. from Texas)

The first turn in the Mystery/Same Name Round belongs to Jennifer & coming her way now are
a $900 N, an $800 D, two A's, two L's for another thou & three E's, followed by a $300 S, an O but then a baddie of T. Second for Daniel are a $500 C, a $300 B, but then the only dud vowel purchase of the round (I). Afterwards, Sarah gets up there a $1,200 pair of R's and the final vowel of U...

S U _ E R

A N D / C E R E A L

B O _ L

...& she gets gonged for adding a P in the first word, so no $50 bonus for her as Jennifer steals SUPER AND CEREAL BOWL for $2,250.

DUDS: I (Daniel), $350 T (Jennifer)
SOLE DQ: Sarah (blown solve)

The theme of the $3K TU's Around the House:

_ U _ L - _ _ _ _ _ H

_ _ _ R _ R

Jennifer looks in a FULL-LENGTH MIRROR to claim second just like that w/ $5,250.

Not only is it Last Chance Round time, it's Rhyme Time w/ the consonants paying off at $1,300 apiece. After three H's are shown...

W H _ T ' S / H _ T

_ _ D / W H _ T ' S / _ _ T

...after we've seen WHAT'S HOT AND WHAT'S NOT in regards to this maingame, we declare Sarah the champ w/ $19,250 in cash & trip! Jennifer pockets $5,250 & Daniel has four big ones to lean on.

$28.5K in cash & vacation was won tonight prior to the bonus round.

SOLE DUD: L (Jennifer)

Maxwell House Big Money Round: Sarah could win even more money &/or the Jeep Liberty. She spins the I in WIN & the RSTLNE gives her the following on a seven-letter Thing:

_ _ _ E

E _ _

Her letter combination's HDMO...

H _ _ E

E _ O

...she may have a HUGE EGO, but NOT the Jeep, because she's incorrect w/ HAVE ECHO, HOPE ECO & HOME ECO. She leaves w/ $19,250 in cash & tour.

L: Episode 1030's all-female teams:

Jeannie & Lana (retired wrestlers)
Christine & Tamara (Krav Maga teachers)

Jeannie & Lana's Base Board:

(43)(XX)(07)(64)(XX)
(35)(XX)(39)(14)(23)
(XX)(44)(XX)(XX)(11)
(XX)(82)(22)(77)(52)
(01)(88)(XX)(57)(XX)

Christine & Tamara's Base Board:

(88)(XX)(23)(XX)(39)
(35)(57)(XX)(11)(43)
(XX)(77)(XX)(14)(44)
(52)(82)(XX)(22)(XX)
(64)(XX)(07)(01)(XX)

First Ball Pulls:

J & L: 52
C & T: 64

Round 1:

#1 (C & T): Embarrassing for a guy

1. S C A R E
2. S L A C K
3. S H O R T
4. S T O C K
FINAL TRY: S H O C K

AFTER BONUS LETTER: S O _ _ _
J & L: STUMPER (A: SOFTY)

#2 (C & T): The last one can mean trouble

1. N O I S E
2. N E A R S
3. N E R V E ($100)

1. 14
2. PRIZE- $250 COST PLUS WORLD MARKET GIFT CARDS

#3 (C & T): Much ado about something

1. D O U B T
2. D E A R S
3. D R A F T
4. D R A N K- TO

AFTER BL: D R A M _
J & L: D R A M A ($100)

1. STOPPER

Round 2:

#1 (J & L): There's one on top & one on bottom

1. L A T E R
2. L A V E R- TO
C & T STEAL: L A Y E R ($300)

1. 01 (Mystery Ball or 07)
2. 88

#2 (C & T): Fan w/ no ceiling

1. F E A R S
2. F R E A K ($500)

1. 57 (22)
2. MB; MAKES IT 07 FOR LINGO ($700)

C & T's Second Board:

(XX)(64)(XX)(35)(39)
(07)(11)(01)(XX)(57)
(45)(XX)(XX)(14)(82)
(52)(22)(XX)(88)(XX)
(XX)(23)(77)(XX)(44)


#3 (J & L): Genetic lottery

1. K I L L S
2. K I L O S
3. K I N G S ($300)

1. 64
2. PRIZE- DIGITAL CAMERAS

#4 (J & L): Some of the population can touch theirs; half can't

1. B A C K S
2. B A L L S ($500)

1. 39
2. 35

Round 3:

#1 (J & L): This helps if you're full of it

1. E X L A X

AFTER BL: E N _ _ _
C & T: E N T R Y, E N E M A ($1,200)

1. 57
2. 52

The next score by C & T will win them the game.

#2 (C & T): Foxy singers

1. I D I O T
2. I D O L S- WIN! ($1,700)

1. 39 (MB or 22)
2. STOPPER

$100K BL: Christine & Tamara have $2,200 in cash & prizes so far, but let's show how much they can add to that, at least for the first four words:

1. $1,700
2. $3,400
3. $6,800
4. $13,600

For good luck, Tamara does a square dance w/ Bill.

#1: H E _ R _

1. H E A R S
2. H E A R T (L----; $3,400)(1:19 left)

#2: B U _ _ _

1. B U _ L _
2. B U I L D
3. B U I L T (LI---; $5,100)(one minute left)

#3: S T _ _ _

1. S T A R S
2. S T R U M
3. S T R U T (LIN--; $8.5K)(:39 left)

#4: C _ R _ _

1. C A R R Y
2. C U R R Y
3. C U R V E
4. C U R L S (LING-; $15,300)(:16 left)

FOR $100K AND TOTAL CASH OF $101,700:

1. W H I T E
2. W H I L E (LINGO)- WIN W/ TWO SECONDS LEFT!!!!!!!!!!!

CHRISTINE & TAMARA HAVE (I THINK) SET THE NEW WORLD RECORD GRAND TOTAL ON THIS SHOW- $102,200 IN CASH & STUFF!!!!!!!

J!: Sam Meyer hopes that these people won't deny him his third win on the program:

Chris Hauck (Providence, RI)- Communications director
Tim Kuehn (Venice, CA)- Theatrical designer

Wednesday Category Lineup #1:

THE 90's
FOR THE BIRDS
JUST CHUTE ME
"KICK"ING
ASSETS
TAKING NAMES

Sam's currently in Lock Game Territory to the tune of $4K, w/ Chris ($1,200) & Tim ($800) trailing him.

Immediately after the timeout, Sam's correct response on the $800 clue regarding The 90's is DQed & he's down to $2,400, which is exactly twice Chris' total. Tim then goes Daily Double Hunting starting at the $400 "Kick" clue...but Sam's found it under the $400 Just Chute Me window & is back at 10 times that amount (& in LGT to boot); Tim's only $200 ahead of Chris for second place, $1,800-$1,600. The champion wagers 3/4 his bank on this:

In 1797, Andre Garnerin became the first to use a parachute without a rigid frame when he jumped from one of these.

"What is a mountaintop?"...oops- the object was instead a hot air balloon, so he's dropped to third w/ a grand. At round's end, the entire panel's separated by $1K- Sam gets the first pick in Double Jeopardy! w/ $2,600, Chris' got $3,600 & Tim's the leader w/ $4,600.

SOLE NON-DQ TS: Attempted $800 Taking Names clue

DJ! Board:

ALL THINGS JAPANESE
SONGS OF THE '60s
THEY GIVE US GAS
AROUND THE BODY
WORDS IN SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES (every right word's found within a country's name)
"LAST" BOOKS

I don't know when was the last time this occurred...a round ending w/ both DDs being attempted (which are on two of the $2K clues)! Chris' got 'em, $15,200 & the lead; she's $4,200 ahead of Tim & $6,200 ahead of Sam. On the one in Around the Body, she makes the face value of something Jimmy Maguire's going to talk about:

When an injury like a cut's sustained, these blood cells change shape, become sticky, build up on the wound & form a plug.

"What are platlets?"...right for $17,200! In regards to the other one related to They Give Us Gas, she only risks $1K:

The "Our History" section of this gas giant's site shows its path from an "Anglo-Persian oil company to global energy group".

"What is bp?"...yes indeed!

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $800 (All Things Japanese)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600 ("Last" Books)
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $2,400

Heading into Final Jeopardy!:

Sam: $9K
Tim: $11K
Chris: $18,200

CORYAT SCORES:

Sam: $12K
Tim: $11K
Chris: $19,200

FJ! TOPIC: The Movies.

Lt. Col. A.P. Clark played a key role in the elaborate breakout from Stalag Luft III that inspired this 1963 movie.

Sam Meyer thought of "What is 'The Great Escape'?"...got it for $8,765 & a total of $17,765! Tim Keuhn...takes the title w/ $18,201. Chris leaves w/ $2K after a wrong response of "What is 'Stalag 17'?" & a $199 wager, meaning Sam leaves w/ $46,377.

HitW: W/ Aaron back on the lifeguard chair, here are the week's trios:

Quad Squad: Gage (who has a nickname of "Big Worm"), Jennifer (mom) & Brandy (cousin; they fittingly ride quads)
3 Alarm Fire: Patrick (who's a 12-year fire department veteran), Adam (who wants to be a Navy Seal when he grows up) & Makenna (straight-A student/cheerleader/dancer)

Round 1:

Brandy & Jennifer (horseshoe): 10
Adam & Patrick (shifted smile): 10

Solo Costume Wall:

Gage (fairy): NO
Patrick (caveman): NO

Round 3:

QS (potty break): 10 (20)
3AF (eye): 10 (20)

Question Wall:

Gage & Jennifer: T or F: A ton of bricks weigh more than a ton of feathers.
Guess: True

Adam & Makenna: In the song "London Bridge", how many times do you sing the phrase "falling down"- three or four?
Guess: Three

SUDDEN DEATH:

Gage: FIVE
Adam: SIX (after further review)

IMPOSSIWALL #11: This is a new kind called "Get a Grip". Here, Adam & Makenna will each try to hang onto a balloon w/ slippery goo all over it & try to get through the wall...they make it through, but w/o the balloons.

MtWI: Playing for National Down Syndrome Congress & The Teammates for Kinds Foundation on this episode are Steve-O & Ryan Dunn.

$1K: "Mad Dog"

1. PASS IN :21

$2.5K: "Bobblehead"

1. Steve-O- 172

$5K: "A Bit Dicey"

1. Ryan- X
2. Steve-O- PASS W/ :26 LEFT

$10K: "Speed Eraser"

1. PASS W/ :12 LEFT

(Note: "Egg Roll" was originally supposed to have been played at this point, but was replaced due to an uneven floor surface.)

$50K: "Just Hang On"- Balance four wire hangers on a clothesline by the tips of their hooks.

1. Steve-O- XX
OTHER TRY: Steve-O- PASS W/ EIGHT SECONDS REMAINING

$75K: "Defying Gravity"

Steve-O- GAME OVER W/ :11 LEFT

Episode ratings:

10: "Lingo"
7: "Catch 21"
6: "Jeopardy!", "Minute to Win It" & "Wheel of Fortune"
5: "The Newlywed Game"

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