Thursday, October 06, 2011

10/7/2011 Results

TPiR: Better late than never, it's the Breast Cancer Awareness Day episode (w/ the screen of Door #4 in pink)! Contestant's Row gets filled out by Brenda Parker from the front row, Lorien Clark, Ardriano Aldridge & Staci Smesded. Here's today's first IUFB, 29 Ford Warrors in Pink accessories (Manuela behind splitting sign; everybody in the studio today at least gets one of their special scarves).

Brenda: $350/Lorien: $800/Ardriano: $500/Staci: $501

ARP: $590

Staci, a realtor from Phoenix (too bad she's not playing Pay the Rent given her occupation), is playing a special edition of Pl!nko! Before even playing it, she has $10K donated in her name to Susan G. Komen for the Cure courtesy of the Ford Warriors in Pink (thus, don't be surprised if all the cars on this morning's episode come from said American motor company; also, this charity bonus won't be counted in her total winnings like the scarf). These pink SPs are controlled by Rachel.

1. Hand mixer
IS NOT: $54
PICK: 4- $50

2. Ice cream scoop
IS NOT: $18
PICK: 1- $15

3. Five KitchenAid kitchen shears
ARE NOT: $27
PICK: 7 (originally the 2)- $37

4. Four KitchenAid prep bowls
ARE NOT: $16
PICK: 6- $19

Amber awards the other pair of Pl!nko Chips.

1. $500 (Right)
2. $100 (Left)
3. DUD (Right)- WINS $600

Deenie Glass then breaks free from the audience & the second PUFB's the Mosconi Donovan II pool table (Manuela & Rachel).

Brenda: $2K/Lorien: $900/Ardriano: $2,100/DEENIE: $799

ARP: $1,630

Lorien, a full-time City/Regional Planning student from San Luis Obispo, CA, will have a six-night stay to the Marriott San Francisco Marquis (Amber at Door #4) paid for if she can make this number line look like a Pushover:

296213007

Does she push to $6,213...actually, she gets DISQUALIFIED for only pushing to the first price of $3,007.

SOLE DQ: Stopping right off the bat

Here's Ashley Nesby & the third PUFB of a WUSTHOF 12-pice knife block set (Amber & Manuela).

Brenda: $251 (STAGE GARF)/ASHLEY: $420/Ardriano: $250 (STAGE GARF)/Deenie: $199 (STAGE GARF)

Ashley from Grand Rapids, MI wins this $962 one-bid gift by default & plays 10 Chances for a pink Cuisinart 24-ounce coffee maker (Manuela), some Noritake Quantum crystal stemware for eight (Manuela) &/or a silver 2012 Fiesta SE Hatch (Std., #201A)(Rachel).

Possible Coffee Maker Numbers: 0, 4 & 6

1. $40- INCORRECT
2. $46- DOH
3. $60- WIN

Possible Stemware Numbers: 0, 2, 7 & 9

4. $270 (originally $20x)- GARF
5. $970- WRONG
6. $290- GARF
7. $720 (originally $920)- WIN

FORD NUMBERS: 0, 1, 6, 8 & 9

8. $16,890- BULLSEYE!

She played pretty well, especially since there were no fives anywhere on the gameboard (despite underbidding that stemware twice)! After winning the first two prizes, she guaranteed she's going to spin The Big Wheel third no matter what.

SOLE ZERO RULE VIOLATION: Chance #2

Video Bonus: Another TC Win (SD)

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Staci ($1,242): Half-Dollar + 80 = OVER BY THREE DIMES
Lorien ($1,630): 55 + 30 = $.85
Ashley ($18,632): 20 + BUCK = OVER BY TWO DIMES- LORIEN ADVANCES

The latest blue podium occupant's Lisa Avalos & the Hatteras Hammock's on offer for the fourth one-bid (Amber at Door #3).

Brenda: $525/LISA: $450/Ardriano: $1,250/Deenie: $699

ARP: $811

Deenie then WINS the $9,495 Summerset kitchen island in Double Prices! Left in play was $7,250.

The third green player's Robert Bagwell & next in line as far as the PUFBs are concerned is a home theater speaker system (Manuela at GPT).

Brenda: $650/Lisa: $2K/Ardriano: $1,250/ROBERT: $499

ARP: $2,595

The mission for Lisa from West Covina right now is to avoid the $889 Danger Price to bank a DELL touchscreen desktop computer system (Amber), a French door refrigerator (Amber), a SAMSUNG 59" plasma HDTV (Rachel) & an ELLIPTIGO 3C elliptical trainer (Rachel).

1. Fridge- $2,899
2. TV- $2,599
FINAL PICK: Computer- LOSS (Trainer: $1,799)

Once George has called out Tracy Valentorich's name, the last aired IUFB this week's the android 4G w/ the one-year plan (Rachel). Somebody's guaranteed to go to the First Four Breakfast Club.

Brenda: $601/TRACY: $550/Ardriano: $600/Robert: $599 (SUICIDE BID)

ARP: $1,460

SOLE CLUBHOUSE VICTIM- Ardriano

Brenda, a waitress from Erie, PA, plays That's Too Much for a red 2012 Fusion SE (Std., Paint)(Manuela at Door #3).

1. $18,280
2. $19,770
3. $20,950
4. $21,480
5. $22,050- LOSS
6. $23,460 (I would've stopped here)
7. $24,750 (ARP: $24,020)

SCSD #2:
Brenda ($1,460): $.60
Lisa ($2,595; second spin of $.60 was a DUD): 55 + Dime = $.65
Deenie ($10,306): Nickel + 20 = Quarter- LISA BECOMES TOP WINNER IN THE SHOWCASE

Just to let you know, each of today's Showcases will end w/ a FWiP-customized 2012 Focus Titanium 5-Door (both fairly loaded; the one for Showcase #1's in black behind Door #3, while the silver one for Showcase #2's inside Door #2).

ADDITIONAL SHOWCASE #1 PRIZES:

Ceiling platform- iPad2 encased in pink crystals (Rachel)
Door #1- West White Potter Sailboat (Manuela)($10,250)

LISA PASSES TO LORIEN; LORIEN BIDS $38.5K ON BOAT/CAR SHOWCASE

MY BID FOR BOAT/CAR SHOWCASE: $36,666

ADDITIONAL SHOWCASE #2 PRIZES:

In between Showcase podiums- TACORI pink ribbon pendant (Manuela)
In between Doors #2 & #3- Pink VESPA LX-150 (Amber)

LISA BIDS 35 LARGE ON SCOOTER/CAR SHOWCASE

MY BID FOR SCOOTER/CAR SHOWCASE: $31,111

LISA'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $35,000
ARP: $40,894
DIFFERENCE: $5,894

LORIEN'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $38,500
ARP: $44,044
DIFFERENCE: $5,544- WIN BY $350!

Including the other Ford auto won this morning, Lorien goes home w/ $45,674 in stuff.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 2-4 (w/ Technical Loss in Pl!nko)
TOTAL WINNINGS: $79,909

LMaD: For the second time this season, Mr. Brady's in the audience instead of the hub, because Albert (dressed as a warrior w/ wings) will play Car Pong for a 2011 Toyota Corolla (includes automatic transmission) worth $17,460 (Curtain #3).

Topic: New Kids on the Block Members
Choices: Jonathan Knight, Danny Wood, Brian Littrell, Donnie Wahlberg & Joey McIntyre
GUESSES: Joey, Jonathan, Donnie & Danny

Every ball has to bounce once for it to count; also, after the first try, contestants can stop w/ $500 for each ball they have left.

END RESULT- LOSS

But he does leave w/ a $100 bill after sinking one last ball into the bottom-right cup.

Starting Deal #2's Autumn (dressed as a referee; her children, Casey & Hayden, are LFaTs). The featured item in the Big Silver Envelope (Jonathan) starts w/ SA.

Autumn's Round: Big Box- Tennis rackets & bags w/ tennis lessons & a $100 bonus from the host ($2,725)

Sheri's Round (dressed as a red person): BSE ($1,200) - SANDCASTLE DUST

Rajvi's Deal (a Buffalo, NY native who's wearing a sari): Viewer e-mail gift in Small Box (Jonathan) or black Fergamo wallet ($180)?
DECISION: SB- Eight-day Grand Canyon Tour ($4.5K)(Wallet: Two $20s)

This morning's Sound Effect Deal's between Cheick from West Africa (who's representing Jonathan) & Kelsey (dressed as a pink horse)...Kelsey's won a chance at the season's first BIG DEAL SURPRISE! Today, it's the $15,460 smart car. No offense, she chooses Door #2. #1 had a bedroom worth $6,374. As for her...she DOESN'T win & sits down w/ a $2,240 video gaming package headlined by a SONY 55" LED HDTV & an XBOX 360.

Amanda (dressed as a pink princess) plays the Blank Check Deal.

1. Red
2. Blue
3. Yellow
4. Green

Green: 3

Yellow: 3 ($33)

Blue: 6 ($633)

The BB doesn't necessarily have a sure thing, but she doesn't want it anyway...good, because there was a green building block version of that ZONK in the Box.

Red: 6- PERFECT ROUND FOR $6,633!

Taking a stroll down the ZONK & Winding Road's Janet (dressed as a lobster; her mom passed away eight years ago & was a fan of Wayne).

Curtain #1: HOME
Curtain #3: AWAY

She goes all the way on #3.

CURTAIN #1- Maytag washer/dryer w/ seventh GENERATION detergent for a year ($2,986)
CURTAIN #2- Squid ink factory
Green Box- $160
CURTAIN #3- Suzuki Boulevard S40 motorcycle ($5,099)

PERFECT ROUND #2

The couple taking on the Ca$h & Prizes Deal before it's Big Deal of the Day time are made up of Jaime & Patrick (who have been together for 2.5 years).

Round 1: Prize (BB)- android ($700)(At Least $100: $2,100)

Round 2: Prize (SE)- Beverly Hills Shopping Spree ($3,800)(At Least $300: $350)

THE BIG RISK (Tiffany w/ SB): NO- EVERYTHING IN THE DEAL

That means they also forfeit any chance of playing for the Big Deal, because Amanda's going for it.

THE BIG DEAL: Amanda, however, goofs on a $27,925 car opportunity by picking Door #3 & ultimately will be going on a trip to NYC worth $6,368.

#1- Volvo C30
#2- $3,015

TS: This afternoon's episode takes place in an auditorium instead of a classroom as usual.

Things You Should Know:

Extra Credit #1 (#3- Fabio vs. Joey): What country's people are called the Dutch?
Fabio: The Netherlands

EC #2 (#7- Eric vs. Jake): Contrary to a popular myth, what President's famous false teeeth were made from human & animal teeth, NOT from wood?
Jake: George Washington

Other Match Results:

1. Christian d. Donny
2. Sheryl d. Chelsea
4. Bill d. Henry
5. Coley d. Justin
6. Jared d. Melissa
8. Daniel d. Kyle
9. Rachel d. Sam
10. Nicole d. Allie

EC Q: In what long-running video game franchise is the main character a mustachioed Italian plumber (for a Nintendo Wii package)?
Jake: "Super Mario (Bros.)"

Things You Do Know:

Bill vs. Jake: Lady GaGa's 2011 album & the first single released off it both have what title?
Bill: "Born This Way"

Nicole vs. Daniel: On "Glee", Jane Lynch plays Sue Sylvester, the conniving coach of what team?
Nicole: The Cheerios

Fabio vs. Jared: On his sketch comedy TV show, what standup popularized this catchphrase- "I'm Rick James, b!*!&"?
Fabio: Dave Chappelle

Coley vs. Rachel: Johnny Depp has said that he based his performance of what character on Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards?
Rachel: (Captain) Jack Sparrow

Christian vs. Sheryl: Last year, what fast food chain introduced a sandwich called the Double Down that uses two pieces of fried chicken in place of bread?
Sheryl: KFC

Scrambled Eggs Topic: Historic Firsts

CORRECT ORDER:

1. First flush toilet
2. First Wright Bros. airplane flight
3. First TV
4. First modern bikini swimsuit
5. First man on The Moon
6. First videos on YouTube

Rachel- 2

Bill- 2

Fabio- 2

Nicole- 3

Sheryl- 3 SLOWER

PEOPLE'S CHAMP- Sheryl

THINGS YOU THINK:

1. After how many days would you say that leftover pizza's too old to eat?

Sheryl: Seven- 6%
Nicole: Two- #2 (27%)

#1: Three (29%)
#3: Four (16%)

2. Who's your favorite Martial Arts movie star?

Sheryl: Jackie Chan- #1 (43%)
Nicole: Chris Rock- DUD

#2: Bruce Lee (26%)
#3: Jet Li (16%)

3. What foreign accent do you think sounds the sexiest?

Nicole: Italian- #3 (9%)
Sheryl: Russian- 2%

#1: French (31%)
#2: British (20%)

4. What one item should you always take w/ you to the beach?

Sheryl: Tanning lotion- #1 (42%)
Nicole: A towel- #2 (18%)

#3: Bathing suit (11%)

Final Question: How many pages was the longest paper you've ever written?

Sheryl: 20- 2%
Nicole: 10- WIN AT 13%!

FF: So far today in the GS world when it comes to giving away Ford automobiles, two have been won (a 2012 Fiesta & a customized 2012 Focus). One family's going to try to make it three when it comes to this year's Taurus.

GAME #1: Rileys (whose four-day cash winnings total $21,985) vs. Haywoods

Round 1: Name something a woman hopes a blind date doesn't have. Starting out as follows:

#1: Bad breath (26)(Greg)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:
#7:
#8:
DUD: Pimples (Glenn)
TIME OVER: William

Rileys:

Taylor: Gas- X
Steph: Bad personality- #5 (5)
Megan (she has two grandmothers in the audience): Cold sore- #3 (15; all diseases)
Glenn: Bad haircut- XX
Greg: Body odor- #8 (3)
Taylor: Girlfriend- #2 (20)
Steph: Dirty/torn clothing- XXX

William Steal (for 69): Criminal record- NO

#4: Bad/missing teeth (11)
TIED FOR #6 (4 each): Bald head & pot belly

Round 2: Name something men like seeing sexy women wear in a size too small. First given:

#1: Lingerie/nightgown (29)(Greg)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:

Rileys:

Taylor: Miniskirt- X
Steph: T-shirt- XX
Megan: Bikini- #2 (26)
Glenn: Dress- XXX

William Steal (for 55; he's been driving trucks at truck stops for a decade): Shorts- #5 (9)

#3: Jeans/pants (12)
#4: Blouse (11)

Double: Name something a person might do right after eating a big Thanksgiving dinner. The answer (s) during the face-off:

#1: Sleep/nap (56)(Taylor)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

Rileys:

Steph: Unbutton pants/belt- #3 (10)
Megan: Burp- #2 (21)
Glenn: Have leftovers- X
Greg: Do the dishes- XX
Taylor: Watch football- #4 (7)
Steph: Go for a walk- TIED FOR BOTTOM (2)
Megan: Talk with family/share stories- XXX

William Steal (for another 192 & the lead): Go to bathroom- NO (Rileys: 261)

Other Bottom Answer (2): Fart

Triple: Name something a man might be holding while sitting on the couch watching TV. Starter (s):

#1: Remote control (70)(Steph)
#2:
#3:
#4:
DUD: Newspaper (Randy)

Rileys:

Megan: Bag of chips- #3 (5)
Glenn: Cold beverage- #2 (22)
Gary: Wife- WINS CAR W/ TOTAL CLEAN SWEEP! (2)(558)

Haywood Not Accounted For In This Game: Chris

FAST MONEY Q's:

1. Name something you'll touch today that has the most germs.
2. Tell me a word women use for a very good-looking guy.
3. Name something people have on their skin.
4. How much would someone have to pay you to pose nude?
5. Name something people feel guilty about leaving early.

Steph:

1. Toothbrush- DUD
2. Hot- 24
3. Freckles- 16
4. $500K- DUD
5. Church- 41
TOTAL- 81

Greg:

1. Bathroom sink- 4
2. Sexy- 5
3. Pimples- 8
4. $50K- 2
5. Wedding- 6
TOTAL- 106

Altogether, their total winnings: $48,760.

#1s:

1. Toilet
2. Hunk
3. Hair
4. $1M

GAME #2: Fays (whose one-day cash winnings total $880) vs. Rankinses

(Note: This is the third straight double-run episode Joey's current full intro has been heard.)

Round 1: Name someone you might frighten a woman if you answered your front door naked. First answer (s) this game:

#1: Postman/delivery (36)(Thomas)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

Rankinses:

Brandy (Thomas' wife; she's a stay-at-home mom, full-time student & Christian author): Pastor- #2 (23)
Thomas Sr.: Bill collector- X
Yvonne (married): Newspaper boy- XX
Latonya: Parents- #5 (5)
Thomas: Neighbors- #3 (15)
Brandy: Grandparents- XXX

Mindi Steal (for 79): Trick-or-treaters- NO

#4: Boy/Girl Scout (6)
#6: Mate/spouse (3)

Round 2: Name the worst place to find a toenail clipping. Here's an evil idea or two:

#1: Food (60)(Marc)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

Fays:

Sandy: In your drink- #5 (5)
Tammy: In your bed- #2 (9)
Merry: In your mouth- TIED FOR #3 (6)
Mindi: In your Bible- X
Marc: On your dinner table- #6 (4)
Sandy: In your bra- XX
Tammy: In your sink- XXX

Thomas Steal (for another 84 & to stay in the lead): In your hair- NO (Other Answer Tied For #3: Hair)(6)

Double: Name something a wife might buy to put on a strip show for her husband at home. Here's what gets said first:

#1: Thong (83; all sexy clothes)(Thomas Sr.)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

Rankinses:

Yvonne: Good-smelling perfume- X
Latonya: Whipped cream- #6 (2; all fun foods)
Thomas: Rose pedals- XX
Brandy: Stripper pole- TIED FOR BOTTOM (2)
Thomas Sr.: Wig- XXX

Mindi Steal (for another 174 & to keep the lead): Sexy music- #2 (4)(258)

Other Answers (2 each): Feather boa & adult toys

Triple: Name something horses do standing up that you might not. This round starts w/:

#1:
#2: Poop (34)(Yvonne)
#3:
#4:
DUD: Neigh (Tammy)

Rankinses:

Latonya: Eat/drink- #3 (20)
Thomas: Sleep- #1 (42)
Brandy: Ride people on their back- X
Thomas Sr.: Making out w/ little ponies- WIN AT 379! (4)

FM #2 Q's:

1. Name a place in the house men spend more time in than women.
2. What percentage of all American families are in debt?
3. Name an occupation in which you get to travel the world.
4. Name a character in Shakespeare an actor might name their child.
5. Name something people squeeze.

Thomas:

1. Basement- 6
2. 50- 6
4. Romeo- 31
5. Hands- 12
TOTAL- 55

Thomas Sr.:

1. Living room- 15
2. 75- 20
3. Pilot- 25
4. Juliet- 25
5. Fruit- 41
TOTAL- 181 ($905)

If Thomas had said the #1 answer of bathroom for the first question, they would've won the $20K.

WoF: Friday's puzzle solvers have to solve a Thing Toss-Up right away:

_ R E _ _ _ _ E

C _ E S _

Jeremy takes $1K from the private TREASURE CHEST. Now, let's get to know them a little better:

Jeremy Bartels (North Vegas; originally from Freedom, WI)- A stay-at-home dad whose wife has a job in Vegas
Emily Fergason (Greenwood, IN)- Indiana University senior studying Sports Broadcasting
April Bell (Harvey, LA; originally from Ft. Stockton & San Antonio, TX)- Insurance claims adjuster

This $2K TU's the Proper Name of an NFL team:

_ _ _ N E _ O T A

_ I _ I _ G _

Jeremy blanks, but April solves the winless MINNESOTA VIKINGS (at least for now this year).

The last cruise on the wheel this week's across the Danube River from the Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection worth $10,850. As for the Eggland's Best Jackpot Round puzzle's identity, it's Same Name. April's off to a bad start w/ a dud T call. Second, Jeremy calls four N's for an instant 10 G's, buys four A's, calls three T's for $7.5K more & purchases two E's & I's before he calls a $500 W & buys the U to finish off the vowels...

D A N _ I N _ / A N D

D A I _ _

Q U E E N

...& he nails "DANCING AND DAIRY QUEEN" for 17 thou this round alone & 18 already; he also still controls the wheel!

SOLE DUD: $600 T (April)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $11,100

The past two nights, the KIA Soul has been won in the second main round. For this one, a big Food & Drink puzzleboard's in play & he continues his potential reign of terror by saying two T's for $7K, five E's, three I's, two H's for another $600 & an R for the cruise, then comes three A's but then a Lose a Turn spin that may cost him $17,700 in cash & cruise. Second, Emily calls for a C to get the Wild Card & three W's for $2,700, then after buying the last vowel of O, she inserts a $300 M, an S, N & two L's that are all valued at $900 apiece, four P's for the Maui Jim gift tag & we see...

_ E L _ I A N

W A _ _ L E S / T O P P E _

W I T H / W H I P P E _

C R E A M

...NO Belgium vacation for her, but she eats some BELGIAN WAFFLES TOPPED WITH WHIPPED CREAM anyway for $7,350 in cash & merchandise, as well as the right to keep control.

SOLE LaT: Jeremy

Maybe she'll win the secret trip in tonight's Mystery/Prize Puzzle Round thanks to a Song Title. Off she goes in this round of play w/ a $350 L, an $800 T, a quartet of E's & an H while on the Mystery Wedge in between Free Play & LaT. She's risking her money & the WC...& has the $10K! Following that are a trio of I's, the same number of R's for an extra $1,800 & a buzz-in...

I ' _ E / _ E E _

_ _ R _ I _ _ / _ _

T H E / R _ I L R _ _ _

...since my brother Andrew sings it all the time, he'll get a kick out of this- this lady solves "I'VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD" for an additional $12,450, a Rocky Mountaineer Train Trip valued at $11,560 & the lead w/ $31,360 in cash & prizes!

PERFECT ROUND!

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: TG9682645 (Teresita G. from California)

Loaded up for the $3K TU is a Fun & Games puzzle:

_ _ N I _ _ U _ E

_ _ _ F

April knows Putt-Putt's an example of MINIATURE GOLF for $5K total.

On this Phrase that's up next, she leads off w/ double S's for 10 grand, but after buying three E's, she duds out w/ an I buy & it's that time for Last Chance Mode...

_ _ _ ' S / _ E _ _

_ _ _ _ / E _ _ S / _ E _ _

...& the rest of the consonants are worth $6K each, so we could see Emily setting a new maingame record! Unfortunately, the six L's aren't called, but after a D call by someone...

_ _ _ ' S / _ E _ _

_ _ _ _ / E N D S / _ E _ _

...April says "ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL" to leave as a $20.5K runner-up! Jeremy definitely doesn't look like a third-place loser, especially w/ $18K in his pockets! And Emily becomes the first player this season to take the WC to Bonusland w/ $31,360 in cash & merchandising!

A SEASON-HIGH $69,860 was won in terms of maingame dough!

DUDS:
Prior to big bell: I (April)
During Speed-Up: R (Emily)

NO BANKRUPT TRASH TONIGHT!

Maxwell House Big Money Round #12: Emily pulls out the envelope from the S in SPIN & the last bonus puzzle of the week's a Phrase. Starting help:

_ / _ _ N ' T

_ _ _ _ E

She calls CDPOM & now has...

_ / _ O N ' T

_ _ D _ E

...the $30K in the BR envelope says "I WON'T BUDGE" because she doesn't get the last word, but she had nothing to lose there- she leaves w/ $31,360 in cash & stuff.

Furthermore, a grand total of $307,740 was given away this week!

Pat's Credit in This Week's Full Credit Roll: Skipper

J!: Joon Pahk tries to sweep this week at these challengers' expense:

Adam Perrotta (originally from Saratoga Springs, NY)- A writer who occasionally plays "Drinking Jeopardy!"
Bret Jacobs (Irvine, CA)- Financial consultant

Time to go to work w/ these subjects:

HISTORY
SPLITSVILLE
IN THE PINK (to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month)
HOW IS THAT PREPARED?
NAME CALLING
"National Geographic Channel: Brain Games" (which debuts this Sunday on said cable channel)

The first Daily Double this game's literally History after Joon picks it from that $800 slot w/ the top face value for a clue in the Jeopardy! Round ($1K); if you put that w/ Adam's -$200, you'll get Bret's early second-place score of $800. For $2K or nothing, here's Joon's clue:

Delegates from 34 countries attended this body's final session April 18, 1946.

"What is The League of Nations?"...yes. He's slightly in Lock Game Territory w/ $3,800, followed by Adam w/ 1,600 positive dollars & Bret's barely up to $1,200. Incidentally, Joon fell asleep while on a bicycle at least once in his life (no offense to him personally).

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1K (How Is That Prepared?)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $2,600

After One Round:

Joon: $7K
Bret: $5,400
Adam: $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Docket:

GET YOUR WORDSWORTH HERE!
OLD (REALLY OLD) PHOTOS
AMERICAN ISLANDS
"SIT" OR "STAND"
MAGAZINES
LATINOS IN HOLLYWOOD

Adam, currently at $3K, picks off DD #1 under the $2K Magazine answer while using the High School Strategy; Bret's got $7,800 & Joon's still ahead of the pack w/ $12,200. This is the second True DD attempt of the night, so it's for $6K or zilch:

The documentary "The September Issue" showed Anna Wintour prepping for this magazine's 2007 Fall Fashion issue.

"What is Vogue?"...that's the one. The champ's got the last one that was buried underneath the $2K American Islands answer w/ $23,400 & the LGT positioning back, followed by Bret at $9K & Adam at $7,600. For $2.5K more:

The University of Texas Medical Branch is on this island.

"What is Boston Island?" isn't correct; Galveston Island was.

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,800
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $5,200

After Two Rounds Are In the Books:

Joon: $19,300 (LG!)
Bret: $8,200
Adam: $8K

CORYAT SCORES:

Joon: $21,600
Bret: $8,200
Adam: $4K

LAST FINAL JEOPARDY! TOPIC OF THE WEEK: Royalty.

The son of an Oscar winner, this prince's also a five-time Olympian.

ADAM:
Response: "Who is Rainier?"
Wager: $201
Final score: $7,799

BRET:
Response: "Who is Prince Albert?" (the son of Grace Kelly)
Wager: $8,199
Final score: $16,399

JOON:
Response: "Who is Prince Rainier"
Wager: $2.5K
Becomes five-time champ w/: $16,800

After one week on the show, he's $146,200 richer & is the biggest winner of the season so far!!!

FGN: Competing for a possible $15K Monopoly Crazy Cash Card were:

Red Team (who's said to be the wackiest on their block): Kyla (a young chef), Lisa (a mom who's focused on taking pictures), Gus (a weird dad, especially when talking in funny accents) & Brianna (a sister who spends hours in the bathroom)
Yellow Team: Payton (a dancing machine), Lori (mom/beauty queen), Barry (dad/grill sergeant) & Dylan (a brother who has some cool trampoline tricks)

House of Cards #2 Winners: RT

First CCC Choices:

Kyla: Train
Payton: Dog

Sorry! Sliders Monopoly Party Prize: Trip to ECO Dive Center

Round 1:

RT: SORRY + 1 = 1
YT: 1 + SORRY = 1

Round 2:

YT: SORRY + 3 = 3
RT: SORRY + 1 = 1

Payton's Second CCC: Roller skate

bop it! boptagon MPP: Three-day Queen Mary Cruise in Long Beach, CA

ELIMINATION ORDER:

1. Gus (Whack It wipeout)
2. Dylan (missed Kick It)
3. Barry (late Whack It during a Crash It)
4. Payton (bad Rotate It)
DOUBLE ELIMINATION- Breanna & Kyla (bad Rotate Its)
FINAL ELIMINATION- Lisa (Rotated It one station too many)

Payton's Third CCC: Pretzel

Spelling Bee MPP: Six season passes to Raging Waters

RT:

1. GLUE (It's sticky)
2. SALAD (It's usually green)
3. BANJO (It has strings)
4. HANGER (It's in your closet)
5. MAKEUP (This is used by clowns)
6. FOOTBALL

YT:

1. FORK (It pokes around)
2. GLOBE (It spins)
3. BENCH (It's at the park)
4. RADIO (It rides the waves)
5. SHOVEL (It's used by construction workers)

Kyla's Second CCC: Thimble

Simon Flash MPP: California State Parks Foundation one-year pass

1. RBGY- YT
2. RYBG- RT
3. BYRG- YT (2)
4. GBYR- YT (3)
5. RGBY- YT (4)
6. YBGR- YT WINS

Payton's Fourth CCC: Plane

Connect 4 Basketball MPP: hayneedle electronic dartboard
WINNERS- YT (horizontally on the top row)

Payton's Final CCC: Cell Phone

TRIP AT STAKE: Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek

RT:

Train- $920
Thimble- $2K ($2,920)

YT:

Dog: $760
Rollerblade: $380 ($1,140)
Pretzel: $485 ($1,625)
Plane: $515 ($2,140)
Cell Phone: $630- PAINFUL LOSS BY $150 ($2,770)

$15K: Soda

Millionaire: This was Russell Walks' second day; he had $50.5K & two lifelines remaining (Ask the Audience & the other Jump the Question).

Non-Randomized Category Order: Fighting Foods, Home Invasion, Signing Off, Home Furnishings, "The Matrix", Relationship Tips, The World's a Stage, Ancient Stones, Hellish Club & Conspiracy Theories
Randomized Category Order: Home Furnishings ($25K), "The Matrix" ($10K), Ancient Stones ($2K- JUMPED), Conspiracy Theories ($500), Relationship Tips ($15K), Signing Off, The World's a Stage, Home Invasion, Fighting Foods & Hellish Club

6. Which of these Internet & texting abbreviations is generally used to say "goodbye"?

A: LOL
B: OMG
C: TTYL
D: IMHO

FINAL ANSWER: TTYL- BANK $5K ($55.5K)

7. Haskell Opera House has its stage in Quebec, Canada, while most of its audience members sit in what state?

A: Minnesota
B: Washington
C: Vermont
D: Alaska

ASK THE AUDIENCE:

A: 15%/B: 17%/C: 61%/D: 7%

FINAL ANSWER: Vermont- BANK $100 ($55,600)

8. "A couple fill their rented home with 30 rabbits" is a TV Guide summary for an episode of what reality TV show?

A: "Deadliest Catch"
B: "Hoarders"
C: "Dog the Bounty Hunter"
D: "Miami Ink"

FINAL ANSWER: "Hoarders"- BANK $3K ($58,600)

9. Which branch of the U.S. Armed Forces gave its name to a type of bean which was one of its dietary staples?

A: Army
B: Navy
C: Air Force
D: Marines

FINAL ANSWER: Navy- BANK $1K ($59,600)

Final Round 1 Q (for another $7K): With 19 members, the "Halfway-to-Hell Club" was created for men who were saved by a safety net while building what structure?

A: Space Needle
B: Gateway Arch
C: Empire State Building
D: Golden Gate Bridge

OTHER JUMP USED (A: Golden Gate Bridge)

CLASSIC MILLIONAIRE:

$100K CATEGORY: Inventions

Graham crackers were introduced in the 1800s by Sylvester Graham, who created them as part of a diet w/ which of these goals?

A: Curing stuttering
B: Eliminating the need for sleep
C: Limiting children's growth
D: Decreasing sexual urges

BAILOUT (A: Decreasing sexual urges)

Last game of the week

Episode ratings:

8: "The Substitute" & "Wheel of Fortune"
7: "Family Feud", "Family Game Night", "Jeopardy!", "Millionaire" & "The Price is Right"
6: "Let's Make a Deal"

2 comments:

Craig said...

If someone called the 6 L's and won $36,000, that would have been the most ever on a single letter call, correct?

mcbriderb said...

I'm not sure.