Monday, November 28, 2011

11/28/2011 Results

TPiR: Last week, Michael Dimich instituted a new $10K fireworks graphic for Grand Game that's a hybrid of the Bart Eskander Pricedown graphics & the current animated graphics; plus, the animation's similar to the money graphics for Pay the Rent! If there ever is a $100K or $1M win on this show in the future, IMO, I would like to see the spotlights animation from the current $1M graphic on "Wheel of Fortune" added to the graphics.

Currently, the First Four players are Racheal Battle, Kevin Horstman from Ohio State University, Marine wife Loni Pesce & Erica Percell. The first PUFB this week is a pair of outfits courtesy of a Theory seven-piece collection (Rachel Reynolds-Dellucci behind splitting sign).

Erica: $680/Loni: $305/Kevin: $750/Racheal: $595

ARP: $1,455

21-year-old Business major Kevin plays Side By Side for a trip to the Hotel Monteleone (Manuela at Door #3). The blocks:

43
58

He's going on a $5,843 New Orleans trip!

Going blue second is Darlene Gage & the second PUFB's a Michael C. Fina 18-karat white gold ring (Gwendolyn).

Erica: $1,950/Loni: $2,301/DARLENE: $1,800/Racheal: $2,300

ARP: $2,200

Erica plays Hi-Lo for the $6,449 Ski-Doo Tundra (Rachel at Door #3; George was pausing like it was going to be played for a car instead) w/ these groceries- a six-ounce box of Good & Plenty, a CoverGirl freshcomplexion concealer, a 1.5-quart container of Breyers All-Natural Strawberry Ice Cream, a 7.5-ounce container of Vaseline original 100% pure petroleum jelly, a bottle of Mr. Clean Multi-Surfaces Summer Citrus antibacterial cleaner & the red economy-sized bag of Pine Bros. Wild Cherry Softish Throat Drops.

1. Concealer- $4.99
2. Ice cream- $5.69
FINAL PICK: Cleaner- $2.49

Candy- $1.99
Vaseline- $3.29
Drops- $4.29

Player #6's Christopher Domondan & the third IUFB's an ESP LTD Surveyor 414 maple wood bass guitar w/ the 10 lessons (Manuela in the clam).

CHRISTOPHER: $440/Loni: $900/Darlene: $1,200/Racheal: $1,201

ARP: $1,649

We mean it this time- if Racheal wins this That's Too Much! "Battle", she'll win the car that "The Amazing Race" didn't give away last night, the Ford Focus SE (Gwen at Door #3).

1. $13,455
2. $14,310
3. $15,001
4. $16,121
5. $17,860
6. $18,421- LOSS
7. $19,770 (ARP: $19,185)

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Racheal ($1,649): $.90
Erica ($2,200): Quarter + Half-Dollar = $.75
Kevin ($7,298): 75 + 60 = OVER

Going green second's Christopher Cluck & IUFB #4's the Atomic air hockey table (Gwen & Rachel at Door #3).

Domondan: $1.5K/Loni: $1,400/Darlene: $1,101/CLUCK: $1,100

ARP: $1,470

The first Christopher was over by $30, so Loni completes the FF Sweep, but only sets her Magic # at $1,185.

CHS grill set (Manuela): $1,995
Round Beachcomber Hot Tub (Rachel): $3,995

The next new player's Eve Robson from the next-to-front row (who climbs over a front-row seat to get to her spot in Contestant's Row) & the next one-bid prize's the Hamilton Beach small appliances (Manuela behind rising sign).

Domondan: BUCK (originally $1K)/EVE: $750/Darlene: $1,080/Cluck: $775

ARP: $590

Because his shirt says so, Christopher D. plays Master Key for the FIAT 500 HB AT (Rachel; MGHS theme used), in addition to the Fiesta dinnerware (Manuela) & a five-piece contemporary dining set (Gwen).

1. Meatball basket
SETUP: 250
PICK: $25

2. Versace Eau Fraiche fragrance
SETUP: 571
PICK: $71- PICKS KEY #4

KEY #4- ZONK (first time this Pricing Game's been lost like that in the Drew era)

We don't have a third Christopher to round out today's contestant list, but we do have Cynthia Gilmer & the last GUFB's that decently-sized cotton candy machine (Manuela & Rachel).

CYNTHIA: $450 (STAGE GARF)/Eve: $550/Darlene: $460/Christopher C.: $551

The other Christopher (who's a member of the Army that lost one of his legs while serving our country) wins said $1,428 gift...followed by the $6,119 home gym package that includes the 10 personal trainer lessons (Gwen at Door #3) playing Freeze Frame!

SCSD #2:
Christopher D. ($661): 65 + 60 = OOPS
Loni ($1,470): 30 + 60 = $.90
Christopher C. ($7,547): 40 + 55 = WINS W/ $.95

SHOWCASE #1 (featuring Door #2):

Right- Trip to the Villa del Arco Beach Resort & Spa in Cabo San Lucas (Manuela)
Inside- Sea-Doo Challenger (Rachel)

CHRISTOPHER BIDS $28.5K ON TRIP/BOAT SHOWCASE

RACHEAL'S SHOWCASE:

Right of Door #1- DELL touchscreen desktop computer (Gwen)
Inside Door #1- Panasonic 50" 3-D plasma HDTV w/ Nintendo Wii package (Gwen)
Door #3- Jeep Compass Sport (Manuela)($20,220)

RACHEAL BIDS $24,250 ON JEEP SHOWCASE

CHRISTOPHER'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $28,500
ARP: $29,971
DIFFERENCE: $1,471

RACHEAL'S SHOWCASE:
BID: $24,250
ARP: $24,349
DIFFERENCE: $99- SECOND DOUBLE SHOWCASE WINNER OF THE SEASON!!!

While Mike gets a possible message not to offer the Challenger ski boat again in the Showcases at least for a while because it's been part of both of the DSWs so far this season, Racheal finishes w/ $55,969 in stuff.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 2-4
TOTAL WINNINGS: $75,145

Video Bonus: "TPiR" Season 40 DSW #2

WoF: On a totally fresh new week, the first Toss-Up category's Food & Drink:

_ W I S _

_ H _ C _ L A T E

Donyelle eats some SWISS CHOCOLATE to strike first blood. We're about to find out if any of these three players can warm the studio up in a good way:

Donyelle Gorham (Lanham, MD)- A Towson University sophomore studying Early Childhood Education, as well as being a part of their Step team
Josh Desmond (Bristow, VA)- A man who started Delta Analysis Group & is married to married to Lindsay for three years
Gina Melchor (Santa Fe, NM)- A federal agency worker that manages Western public lands who's married to Randy for 18 years

The $2K T-U identity's Living Thing:

_ N O _

L _ O _ _ _ D

Donyelle solves SNOW LEOPARD to get control & triple her money.

The first Alpine Adventure up for grabs this week's to The Fairmont Chateau Whistler worth $5,800; category of the UnitedHealthcare Jackpot Round's Same Name (w/ a snowman category graphic). Donyelle leads off by calling for an N to immediately pick up the Monday/Wednesday/Friday gift tag from Bed and Breakfast.com, two D's for $600 & four R's to add 10 grand, then she buys three A's, calls two P's for another $1K & the blue 1/2 KIA & two S's for the ski vacation prior to buying two I's & an E. Following a $500 T call, we have...

S _ R P R I S E / A N D

_ R I D A _

P A R T _

...I fear she'll say SURPRISE AND FRIDAY PARTY...& she does, likely costing her the 1/2 KIA she's currently got & $18,150 in cash & prizes. After Josh Bankrupts on the spot next to $2.5K, Gina calls the $600 B...

S _ R P R I S E / A N D

B R I D A _

P A R T _

...& steals SURPRISE AND BRIDAL PARTY for the other $400.

SOLE BANKRUPT OF THE ROUND: Josh
SOLE DQ OF THE ROUND: Donyelle (missolve)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $9,400

The subject of the Mystery Round puzzle's Song Lyrics. Josh Loses a Turn this time. Secondly, Gina calls two R's for seven bills & two S's for another six, purchases two A's & an E, lights two T's for another $600, three O's & two I's, but then comes the week's first dud of an M. Third, Donyelle gets the Million Dollar Wedge's left-side Bankrupt. Josh's third spin of the wheel lands on a pink $450 wedge & he calls two P's for twice that amount, a $300 Y & trip N's for an additional $10.5K, then we see...

_ A _ _ / _ R O S T

N I P P I N _ / A T

Y O _ R / N O S E

...he solves "JACK FROST NIPPING AT YOUR NOSE" from "The Christmas Song" courtesy of Nat King Cole for the lead w/ $11,700.

SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND: $350 M (Gina)
SOLE LaT OF THE ROUND: Josh
SOLE BANKRUPT OF THE ROUND: Donyelle

It's that time for the Prize Puzzle Round w/ the category of Phrase. Gina goes first & calls $1K worth of two S's & four T's to add $3,600. After four I's, two A's & three I's come a Free Play O & the final vowels of two U's...

I T ' S

_ E A U T I _ U _

T _ I S / T I _ E

O _ / _ E A _

...before she says "IT'S BEAUTIFUL THIS TIME OF YEAR" for the remaining $3,600 in her bank & a sunny stay at the mount cinnamon resort in Grenada within the West Indies worth $6,540, bringing her close second-place score to $11,140 in cash & travel.

PERFECT ROUND

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: EM02332 (Emily M.)

If she ends up solving this TV Title T-U, she'll take over first:

_ _ _ / _ _ . / _ Z

S _ _ _

Josh goofs by a letter w/ "THE MR. OZ SHOW".

_ _ _ / _ _ . / O Z

S _ _ _

Donyelle gets the T-U Sweep w/ "THE DR. OZ SHOW".

On this next Thing waiting to be solve, she puts up a $400 N, two FP A's, a $5K T & a $2,700 trio of R's before dudding out w/ an I purchase. Second for Josh is a dud consonant of G. Gina next controls a $500 H & buys three E's before the Last Chance Mode signal sounds...

T H E R _ A _

_ N _ E R _ E A R

...& the remaining four consonants are worth $1,300 each. She then calls the D...

T H E R _ A _

_ N D E R _ E A R

...& she wins the championship w/ THERMAL UNDERWEAR for a total of $12,690 in cash & Grenada. Josh leaves w/ his $11,700 MR bank & Donyelle has all that TU money.

Thus, $30,390 in cash & vacation have been won to date this evening.

DUDS (both before big bell): $600 G (Josh), I (Donyelle)

Maxwell House Big Money Round #46: The more expensive ute that could be won here this week's a Nissan Xterra 2WD. Gina spins up the N in SPIN & the BMR subject of the episode's Thing. This five-letter answer starts w/:

_ L _ _ E

She calls GCMO...

G L O _ E

...her final answer's GLOVE...NO. Darn. It was GLOBE & she loses the $30K. That sends her home w/ $12,690 in cash & trip.

Pat's Credit in This Week's Full Credit Roll: Your Swiss Master

J!: Kendra Anspaugh's already won a lot of money, but will she outlast tonight's challengers?

Patti Clements (Audubon, PA)- Attorney
Clayton Hanson (Spokane, WA)- Park ranger

Let's see if any of these first six categories get your attention:

THE MIDDLE AGES
GOV. ABBREV.
THE SPOUSE IMMEDIATELY BEFORE
THE LIGHTER "SIDE"
MICHIGAN
GO BLUE!

Kendra's off to a $1,200 start on Michigan before the Daily Double comes up on its $800 spot. For $2,400 or nothing, here's the clue:

The wives of the co-founders of the city now home to the University of Michigan both had this first name.

"What is Anne?"...yes & she SWEEPS the category for a total of $3,400! She's deep in Lock Game Territory w/ $8,200; Patti has $800, twice as much as Clayton.

SOLE TS OF THE ROUND (unattempted): $800 (The Spouse Immediately Before)

After Opening Round:

Kendra: $11K
Clayton: $2K
Patti: $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Rundown:

MADAM, I'M ADAM SMITH
A TALE OF ONE CITY
DOCUMENTARIES
NEW MATH
3 CONSECUTIVE LETTERS
NATIVE AMERICAN FOODS (Clue Crew clues from the Mitsitam Cafe at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian)

Patti picks a good time to find a DD under the $1,600 Madam, I'm Adam Smith answer, because she has $6,200 compared to Kendra's $17,800; Clayton's third w/ $4,800. Patti decides to make this clue worth $5K:

I once wrote that, without seeing it, men are led to "advance to the interest of the society" by this anatomical agent.

"What is...the brain?"...is NOT right; it was an invisible hand, dropping her to last w/ $1,200. But the champ gets her second & final one of the match behind the next-to-last New Math clue w/ $21,800, followed by Clayton w/ $7,600 & Patti at $5,200. Kendra risks $1K.

Four score & seven, minus the syllables in a Haiku.

"What is 70?"...80 + 7 is 87 & once you take away 17, we find out she's right on the money to get her to $22,800!

DJ! LACH TRASH (all unattempted): $5,600

Scores After DJ!:

Kendra: $22,800 (LG!)
Clayton: $7,600
Patti: $5,200

CORYAT SCORES:

Kendra: $23K
Clayton: $7,600
Patti: $10,200

FINAL JEOPARDY! TOPIC: 16th Century Names.

In 2010, 467 years after his death, this man at odds w/ the church was reburied w/ honors at a Polish cathedral.

Everybody wrote down "Who is Copernicus?"...that's right...

Patti: $5,199 = $10,399
Clayton: $2,801 = $10,401 (he leaves w/ $2K)
Kendra: $4,200 = $27K

...& Kendra has a very fine two-day total of $61,300!

YDI: Ja'Ire Hattley's playing for her mom Alice, who created a non-profit organization called House of Praise; Ja'Ire's trying to win enough to buy Alice a new house & save her organization.

$10K (What): HOLIDAY DECORATION

1. #2 ($100): INSPIRED MANY SONGS
2. #4 ($400): COURTROOM
3. #7 ($3K): RED & WHITE STRIPES
4. #6 ($300): ON THE MOON- THE AMERICAN FLAG ($6,200)
Others: STARS, UNCLE SAM, PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE, BETSY ROSS & PATRIOTIC SYMBOL

$25K (What): Over 50K in NYC

1. #2 ($100): STOP & GO
2. #5 ($300): SOME HAVE WINDOWS
3. #6 ($6K): 11, 12, 14
4. #4 ($400): VERTICAL- ELEVATOR ($24,400)
Other Clues: SHAFT, "LOVE IN AN...", LIFT, INSTEAD OF STAIRS & GOING UP?

$50K (Who): FAMOUS COUPLE

1. #6 ($1.5K): TEENS
2. #4 ($6K): FAMILY DRAMA
3. #3 ($15K): ITALY
4. #9 ($500): LEO & CLAIRE
5. #1 ($8K): TRAGIC ENDING
6. #7 ($5K): BALCONY- ROMEO & JULIET ($38,400)
Other Clues: CLASSIC PLAY, SHAKESPEARE & STAR-CROSSED LOVERS

$100K (What): HOT TREND

1. #3 ($30K): 1971
2. #2 ($2K): A.M. TRAFFIC
3. #4 ($12.5K): OVER 50 COUNTRIES
4. #8 ($20K): CHAIN
5. #1 ($17.5K): MERMAID
6. #6 ($10K): TALL IS SMALL
7. #5 ($4K): FRAPPUCCINOS- STARBUCKS ($42,400)
Other Clues: SEATTLE & COFFEEHOUSE

$250K (Who): TOP 5 ON TWITTER

1. #2 ($5K): BASKETBALL PLAYER
2. #3 ($75K): BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
3. #5 ($40K): #44
4. #7 ($7.5K): COLUMBIA
5. #8 ($50K): LEADING MAN- PRESIDENT OBAMA ($114,900)

First "Millionaire Play It Forward Week II" Game of the Week
$1K Question Game (at this point in the tapings, the new XBOX 360 version of the game's offered win or lose)

(Also on "Let's Make a Deal" today: On the episode before #400, Akanni qualified for the Big Deal of the Day to end the regulation deals w/ the Strong Spa 6, but didn't get the Big Deal w/ Door #2 & left w/ a $6,306 trip to the Grand Cayman Islands. The $25,146 boat BD was behind Door #3.)

Episode ratings:

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

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Edited from 11/28 Comment

Well Bobby McBride you put a TPIR Recap done by yours truly, Bobby McBride, but beginning Tomorrow i prefer we will start Decoy Prize Cues (Similar to these Project Runway Recaps for the finale using Models consist of Dancers and Cheerleaders from High Schools and Colleges across the Country) but we will use music from today's charts on American Top 40 via Mediabase 24/7.

So Here's The Chart

If a Song hits #40-#31 in the Charts: It will be Used for IUFB Cues
If a Song hits #30-#26 in the Charts: It will be Used for Small Prize and/or Grocery Item Cues
If a Song hits #25-#21 in the Charts: It will be used for Prize Cues that have Medium Prizes usually 2-4 prize games like Race Game, Danger Price, Magic Number and so on.
If a Song hits #20-#16 in the Charts: It will be used for Prize Cues that have Large Prizes
If a Song hits #15-#11 in the Charts: It will be used for Car Prize Cues
If a Song hits #10-#1 in the Charts: It will be used for Showcase Cues

Note: All of the Charts will be taken from the Top 40 Chart at at40.com

And In Some Ocassions if a TPIR Cue which is shown on TV Pops Up Like Starcrossed (Score Productions) and Bean Stalker (Score Productions) it will be used as it did in real life.

And for Project Accessory which will air 12/1: I Predict The Joke Models will be NHL Stars (unfortunately we turned it down on Recaps of Season 9 of Project Runway, that means we can used, this time.)