Monday, November 21, 2011

11/21/2011 Results

LMaD: Their three-day week starts off on a BAD note when Jennie (dressed as a black cat) passes up TWO real cars & ends up w/ an iPhone4 ($749) & $1,800.

Curtain #1: Carpool
Curtain #2: Nissan cube
Curtain #3: Hyundai Accent

Daniel Curry & Margot Leitman from New York (dressed as pirates) are playing Time Is Money.

CLOCKS: #4, #5, #1 & #12

1. #4- :05 ($10K left)
2. #5- :02 ($8K left)
3. #12- :03 ($5K left)

They do a BAILOUT w/ the trip to Palm Desert in Palm Springs (Big Box).

FINAL CLOCK: #1- ZONK
DUDS: #2, #7, #8 & #11

The next three individual traders are Charles (dressed as a "Clockwork Orange" character), Ester (dressed as a clothes hamper) & Julie; their deal's titled Odd Man/Woman Out.

Charles' Round: $1K or Curtain #1?
DECISION: Curtain #1- Exercise bike/dumbbells package ($2,551)

Ester's Round: $1K or Red Box?
DECISION: RB- Diamond jewelry set ($3,590)

Julie's Round: $1K or Green Box?
DECISION: $1K- Beauty products & $1K SEPHORA gift card ($1,958)

THE BIG RISK (Curtain #3): Charles & Ester- Rocking cow

Mark's Fast Deal: Non-car vehicle behind Curtain #1?
DECISION: NO ($800)- Sea-Doo GTS 130

Kellie's Hollywood Squares Round (dressed as a crazy housewife): Something entertaining's behind Curtain #2
PICK: AGREE ($1,100)- Home entertainment center, including an LG 50" 3-D HDTV, the SAMSUNG Blu-Ray Disc player & a one-year TiVo package ($3,259)

Video Bonus: Crazy Housewife Pre-Deal Moment

Robyn should realize that exactly one week ago today, Card Sharks was won for the Dodge Caliber Express. If she should win her playing this morning as well, she'll get the Mazda6 (Curtain #3). Since it's Thanksgiving Week, she must spell out TURKEY before going for the CAR.

T: KING OF SPADES- LOWER
U: 7 OF DIAMONDS- HIGHER
R: 8 OF HEARTS ($1K)- LOWER
K: 8 OF CLUBS- DANGER ZONE ENFORCED; LOWER
E: QUEEN OF DIAMONDS- LOSS; LOWER

She's playing the rest of the board at $50 for each correct prediction.

Y: 5 OF CLUBS- HIGHER
C: JACK OF HEARTS- LOWER
A: 9 OF HEARTS- LOWER
R: JACK OF DIAMONDS- WINS $150

She could've left w/ $2.5K had she gotten past that second eight.

There could be a nice prize inside a treasure chest for the last regular deal. Ashley (dressed as a yellow crayon) keeps it for now.

Shannon's Round (dressed as a pumpkin): SB (Jonathan)($700)- Panasonic LUMIX HD camera & HD camcorder ($1,899; she could've instead gotten some money to buy her husband a new rocking chair)

Pauline's Round (dressed as a Math teacher): $1.5K
Silver Envelope- Trip to the Bermuda Triangle

Ashley's Round: $2K
CHEST- Tour of Panama ($4.5K)

As a result, Daniel & Margot will go for the Big Deal of the Day (although Margot wanted that second honeymoon to Palm Springs).

Video Bonus: Pre-BD Blooper

THE BIG DEAL: Their new "ship" could be the Toyota prius. They want Door #2. #3 had the $6,898 bedroom...while #1 had the $3,330 cupcake factory- WIN!

Remembering to bring a poker chip results in Jonathan paying Maria (dressed as a New Orleans slot machine) $300 to close the show. The 400th episode will air a week from tomorrow.

TPiRecap

FF: This is their last first-run week of episodes this year; actually, this ISN'T a doubleheader week.

GAME #1 THIS WEEK: Archilas (originally from Columbia) vs. Tolberts

Round 1: According to 100 married women, what would you do if your husband wanted you to get a boob job? First response (s) of the week:

#1: Say "No (way)" (48)(Asya)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

Tolberts (each member is holding a picture of the whole family in what looks to be a church on one side, w/ a picture of Steve on the back; according to the back of their signs, this episode was taped last July):

Denise: "Yes/anything for you, honey"- #2 (19)
Willie: "How large?"- X
Christine: XX (TIME OVER)
Sonja: "Soft or firm?"- XXX

Video Bonus #1: Willie's Quote
Video Bonus #2: The Steve Pictures

Santiago Steal (for 67): "I'm leaving"- #3 (12)

#4: Laugh/"Are you crazy?" (9)
#5: Say "Get dong done" (4)
#6: Think about it (2)

R2: Name something you'd hate to find in your hotel room when you turn on the light (s). First up:

#1: Bugs/(cock)roaches (60)(Denise)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:

Tolberts:

Willie: Dirty lenins/bed- TIED FOR BOTTOM (2)
Christine: Another person- #2 (20)
Sonja: Dog- X
Asya: Nothing- XX
Denise: Hair- XXX

Santiago Steal (for another 82 & to retain their early lead): Dirty room- NO

#3: Mice/rats (6)
#4: Dead body/bodies (3)
OTHER BOTTOM ANSWER: Tossed condoms (2)

Double: Name something associated w/ mummies. A thought or two:

#1: Pyramids/tombs (42)(Willie)
#2:
#3: Egypt (10)(Pilar)
#4:

Tolberts:

Christine: Cloth/bandages/wrapped- #2 (29)
Sonja: White- X
Asya: Halloween- XX
Denise: They're lying still- XXX

Santiago Steal (for another 162 & the lead back): King Tut- NO (Tolberts: 244)(#4: A daddy)(3)

Triple: Name a profession where your hands better NOT be dirty. Starting with:

#1: Doctor/surgeon (64)(Felipe)
#2: Chef/food service (28)(Christine)
#3:
#4:

Archilas:

Jose (an architect in Dublin): Hotel/hospitality business- X
Santiago: Manicurist/cosmetology/hair- BA (2)
Juan: Politican- XX
Pilar: Teacher- XXX

Asya Steal for the Title: Babysitter- LOSS (OTHER BA: Model/hand model)(2)

FAST MONEY Q's:

1. According to 100 ladies, tell me how many pounds overweight you think the average guy is.
2. Name a room in the house where you make the most important decisions.
3. Name something that gets traded.
4. Name a city that New Yorkers feel superior to.
5. Name something women take off to be more comfortable.

Juan:

1. 15- 7
2. Bedroom- 27
3. Players- 11
4. Chicago- 20
5. Shoes- 37
TOTAL- 102

Jose:

1. 50- 16
2. Dining room- 4
3. Cars- 26 (tied for #1 w/ stocks)
4. L.A.- 38
5. Dress- DUD
TOTAL- 186 ($930)

#1s:

1. 20
5. Bra

WoF: This is the next-to-last night of the sears Secret Santa Sweepstakes. First on the Toss-Up agenda is a Thing:

_ I _ M _ N D

_ _ N _ A _ T

Not sure if Lori's wearing a DIAMOND PENDANT right this second, but she's already won $1K to buy any new piece of jewelry. And now, to the contestant bios for the evening:

Lori Rowson (Bakersfield, CA)- A lady who cooks her family Sunday dinners every weekend who's married to Bill for 19 years; they've got four grandchildren
Becky McCormick (Princeton, KY; originally from Hinsdale, NH)- A Navy Lieutenant Reserve who navigate ships around the world & is also a substitute teacher
Daniel DiBona (Fredericksburg, VA)- An auto sales supervisor for a Richmond insurance company who's been training for skydiving & marathons; he also enjoys roller coasters

Fun & Games is the second TU category:

_ _ N _ _ C T

_ _ _ _

One of Hasbro's classic games, Daniel solves CONNECT FOUR.

FAMOUS footwear Jackpot Round category's Show Biz & he calls first a T for the sears gift card & a $300 S, buys four E's, calls a $600 L & buys two O's before saying D for the week's first dud. Secondly, Lori loses her turn on the Bankrupt next to $2.5K right away. Third, Becky calls two R's while on Jackpot for a grand...but then goes right on to call a dud in H (she could've won a $6,700 Jackpot by now). As Daniel regains control, he calls two M's for another C-note & the green 1/2 KIA & the board...

_ _ E S O M E

M O _ _ E

T R _ _ L E R

...he knows that most blockbusters have an AWESOME MOVIE TRAILER for another $6,400 in cash & shopping, $8,400 total.

DUDS: $300 D (Daniel), $500 H (Lori)
SOLE BANKRUPT OF THE ROUND: Lori
FINAL UNWON JACKPOT: $7,700

To lead off a Mystery/Before & After Round, Lori calls an instant dud of R while on the other 1/2 KIA wedge. Second, Becky & Daniel go Bankrupt back-to-back next to the Wild Card, so the guy just lost his 1/2 KIA. Third, Lori calls for a $500 T, buys an E & two A's, calls out four N's for $1,200 & a $1K pair of D's for the 1/2 KIA from the same location Daniel claimed it from, followed by the other vowels (an I, O & two U's), a G as in the Gourmet Gift Baskets.com gift tag, & triple P's to add $2,400...but she then Bankrupts out on the Million Dollar Wedge's right side to lose her plate & $4,850 in cash & gift certificate; that's her second Bankrupt tonight. After Becky calls a couple M's & a J for $300 apiece, we have...

J U M P I N G

U P / A N D

D O W N

P A Y M E N T

...she will be JUMPING UP AND (be given a $100) DOWN PAYMENT, so she's on the board & keeps control of the wheel.

SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND: $500 R (Lori)
BANKRUPTS: 3 (Everybody)

Monday's Prize Puzzle Round topic will be Song/Artist. Lori's first letters in this round of play are a couple of T's for $600, two H's to add a thou to that & a pair of E's, but she then hits the same Bankrupt of the MDW to lose the remaining $1,350; both women have two Bankrupts apiece so far. Second, Daniel lights up a $3.5K C, an A pairing, a quartet of O's & quad B's for another two grand, then...

_ O O _

_ _ B _ A T _ O _ _

B _ / T H E / B E A C H

B O _ _

...he solves "GOOD VIBRATIONS" BY THE BEACH BOYS for another $5K that he could use as spending money for his $6,700 trip to the Almond Casuarina Beach, adding onto his lead w/ $20,100 in cash & prizes.

SOLE BANKRUPT OF THE ROUND: Becky

TONIGHT'S TRIP SPIN ID: DD3118817 (Danny D.)

(Note: As of this week, the state for each winning Wheel Watchers Club member's no longer revealed.)

For $3K, here's the Proper Name of an actor/actress:

T _ D / D A N _ O N

Daniel gets newest "CSI" cast member TED DANSON to rise to $23,100.

We're going to identify more People on this next puzzle, because that's the theme for it. First up for him are the $450 S at the end but then a negative of M. Lori also loses a turn w/ a T call. Going Becky's way third are two N's for six bills, a $600 R but then a dud vowel of E. On Daniel's next turn, he puts up a $300 L before we go to Last Chance Mode...

_ _ _ _ - R _ N _ _ N _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ L S

...w/ the rest of the consonants worth $1,900 apiece. After two F's are called for by Becky...

H _ G H - R _ N _ _ N G

_ F F _ C _ _ L S

...after meeting some HIGH-RANKING OFFICIALS, she cashes in on $6,650 this round for a final total of $7,650. Lori leaves w/ a non-gooseegged grand & Daniel's the latest Virginian to become a "Wheel" champion w/ $23,100 in cash & stuff!

So far, $31,950 in cash & other goodies have been awarded.

DUDS:
Prior to final bell: E (Becky), $350 M (Daniel), $400 T (Lori)
Afterwards (both by Daniel): D & P

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding license plates): $6,200

LORI SPIN ID: JB33103 (Jeff B.)
BECKY SPIN ID: KL7618104 (Ken L.)

Maxwell House Big Money Round #42: Daniel's Bonus Wheel spin calls a stop on the N in WIN. Let's reveal the tournament for a big Phrase:

T _ _ _ N _ / _ _ T _

T _ E / _ _ E _

He quickly calls CDMO...

T O _ _ N _ / _ _ T _

T _ E / _ D E _

...we're TOYING WITH THE IDEA of giving away the Camaro Convertible, but he doesn't get the first word, so he leaves w/ $23,100 in cash & merchandise.

FINAL SPIN ID TONIGHT: TE00582 (Toni E.)

YDI: This is one of the very few shows where contestants aren't playing for themselves, but somebody they know. Chris Harrison's the in-studio host (this is his second full-fledged game show; his first was GSN's "Mall Masters") & Brooke Burns does the outside work.

In this case, Stacey Finnerty (a high school teacher & coach) will play for Michelle Brislen; they first met while they were on the University of California-Berkeley soccer team. Five months ago, Michelle's husband died due to a diving accident.

The game's played for five rounds. After the main subject of the puzzle's revealed to be a Who, What or Where & a free clue's given, s/he must select one of nine other clues, each of which will deduct a certain amount from that round's top prize. Once s/he solves a puzzle, the remaining money from that round will be put in their friend's bank; if a wrong answer's given, no money's awarded for that puzzle. If things go really well, over $400K could be banked by the end of the night.

$10K ($100, $200, $300, $400, $500, $1K, $2K, $2.5K & $3K): WHO
Free Clue: MADE UP

1. #8 ($200; for her lucky college number): NOBLE NAME
2. #3 ($300): PAPARAZZI
3. #1 ($3K): ITALIAN-AMERICAN
4. #5 ($400): CROSS-DRESSER
5. #9 ($1K): 2008 FAME
6. #4 ($500): OUTRAGEOUS VIDEOS
7. #1 ($2K): MEAT DRESS- LADY GAGA ($2,600)
Others: GOO GOO & SUPERSTAR SINGER

$25K ($100, $200, $300, $400, $1.5K, $4K, $5K, $6K & $7.5K): WHAT
Free Clue: NOISEMAKER

1. #4 ($5K): MORNING
2. #2 ($4K): THREESOME
3. #8 ($300): MAKE GREAT TREATS
4. #9 ($7.5K): PUFFY- RICE KRISPIES ($10,800)
Others: JUST ADD MILK, COCOA AND FROSTED, THE TALKING CEREAL, KELLOGG'S & SNAP! CRACKLE! POP!

$50K ($500, $1K, $1.5K, $3K, $5K, $6K, $8K, $10K & $15K): WHO
Free Clue: WHITE COLLAR

1. #6 ($8K): KNOW-IT-ALL
2. #2 ($1.5K): WORKS AT NIGHT
3. #3 ($3K): 99705
4. #9 ($15K): SHORT STAFF
5. #4 ($10K): ANNUAL VISITS
6. #1 ($6K): CHUBBY
7. #8 ($500): NAUGHTY OR NICE- SANTA CLAUS ($16,800)
Others: XMAS & HO, HO, HO!

$100K ($1K, $2K, $3K, $4K, $10K, $12.5K, $17.5K, $20K & $30K): WHERE
Free Clue: "THIN" CITY

1. #2 ($30K): BREWERS
2. #6 ($12.5K): LARGEST U.S. AIRPORT
3. #1 ($17.5K): MINT
4. #4 ($2K): NEAR SOUTH PARK?
5. #7 ($3K): 5,280
6. #3 ($1K): OMELETTE
7. #8 ($10K): ROCKIES- DENVER ($40,800)
Others: BRONCOS & COLORADO'S CAPITAL

$250K ($2.5K, $5K, $7.5K, $15K, $25K, $30K, $40K, $50K & $75K): WHAT
Free Clue: HUNDREDS IN VEGAS

1. #8 ($50K): LOADED
2. #3 ($7.5K): BUTTONS
3. #6 ($15K): SAFETY PIN
4. #1 ($30K): AFTER HOURS
5. #5 ($2.5K): HOLE IN THE WALL
6. #9 ($75K): TWENTIES- ATM ($110,800)

Millionaire (Start of Double Your Money Week #2):

Game 1

Start of Game 2

(Also on "Jeopardy!" tonight: Morgan Polikoff lost & left w/ $27K, but Francis Lansangan's returning tomorrow w/ $28,401.)

Episode ratings:

7: "Family Feud", "Jeopardy!", "Millionaire", "The Price is Right", "Wheel of Fortune" & "You Deserve It"
6: "Let's Make a Deal"

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