LMaD: First to meet Wayne this morning are Heather, Laurann & Ronald, who each start w/ $700.
Round 1 (Big Box): Ronald- SAMSUNG 46" 3-D HDTV ($2,900)
Round 2 (Curtain #1): Ladies ($1K each)- Kitchen ($5,822)
The final trader of this deal's Kirsten (dressed as a bride).
Final Round (Curtain #2): NO ($2K)- Beehive
Denzel (dressed as a SWAT Team member) could replace his police car w/ a Chevrolet Cruze (Std., Paint, Tire)(Curtain #3) valued at $17,570 if he can bank the entire $1.5K Pair a Dice has to offer.
1. #3- SIX
2. #5- ZONK
3. #1- FIVE
4. #8- ZONK
$50 Consolation Pick: #2- WINS $200
Whitney has a shot to win a $7,900 five-night trip to the La Playa Beach & Golf Resort in Naples, FL (Curtain #2) if she's smart enough during the Airport Codes Deal. She's looking for the one that leads to the Southwest Florida International Airport.
On the Board: MCO, PBI, RSW & PIE
She goes for it after declining a Christian Louboutin pink snakeskin bag held by Tiffany w/ a SkimWear by Dice private fitting session worth a total of $3,195 & $500.
RSW- PERFECT ROUND #2!
MCO- Orlando International Airport
PBI- Palm Beach International Airport
PIE- St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport
Jairenee (dressed as a ladybug) has these things to choose from:
Red Box: 1 ITEM
Green Box: 2 ITEMS
BB: 3 ITEMS
Her selection's the BB.
RB- Sapphire/diamond white gold ring ($2,350)
GB- Dr. Sharp's Deluxe Broken GLASS INSOLES
BB- MacBook Pro, iPad2 & Nikon 16-pixel digital SLR camera ($4,398)
PERFECT DEAL #3
Next to compete in the Head-to-Head For a Car Game are James (dressed as a cowboy named El Guapo w/ a picture of a baby named Noah in the center who just celebrated his birthday) & Winona.
OFFERS: $500, $800, $1K, $1,100, $1,200, $1,400, $1,600- THAT'S ENOUGH FOR WINONA (next amount was $2K)
CURTAIN #3- Mazda3 Sport Sedan (Curtain #2: Drag-racing golf cart)
PERFECT ROUND #4!
The boxes in play at this point are the Yellow Box & the Blue Box; near each of them's a different pair of shoes related to the prize inside.
Elizabeth's Blue Box Flip-Flops Round (dressed as a taco): YES ($1,200)- Five-night stay at the Abaco Beach Resort At Boat Harbour ($6,415 total)
Beatrice's YB Sneakers Round (an old lady who just turned 90 & is holding a pink garden hat w/ a fake bee on it; she previously played in '66): NO ($2.5K)- Used gym socks
PERFECT ROUND #5!
THE BIG DEAL: Whitney will give back her Florida getaway for a chance to win trips to two different destinations worth a total of $23,833. She's locking Door #2...NOT there, so she's going home w/ a BLUDOT bedroom including the SAMSUNG 55" HDTV worth $6,797.
#1- BULL BBQ package ($2,443)
#3- Hawaii & Ireland
Amanda (dressed as a Rubik's Cube) doesn't win the day's $500 Quickie Deal regarding an aluminum pop top, however. As for Carl (dressed as a football player), he correctly calls tails on a Jonathan coin toss for a Benjamin.
WoF: Greg does the pre-intro bumper before this week's intro montage. First on our puzzle course is a Places Toss-Up:
_ E _ U T I F U L
_ _ _ _ S E _
Cathy may be about to see some BEAUTIFUL COURSES in the golf world, because she's scored the first $1K of this game, whose players tonight are:
Cathy Horner (Otoe, NE)- A resort & conferences center human resources manager married to John for 27 years
John Bower (Natick, MA)- A Seventh & Eighth Grade French teacher & Redline a capella group singer who got married this past Summer
Monica Ford (Bakersfield, CA)- A high school Math teacher & overall Math geek married to Trent for 17 years
$2K T-U talks about a Person:
C _ P _ _ I N / _ F
_ _ _ / _ H _ P
Cathy's the CAPTAIN OF THE SHIP so far tonight, because she's at least $3K happier.
Once the FAMOUS footwear Jackpot Round category's shown to be Event, she begins her letter calls w/ a dud of T while on the blue 1/2 KIA. Second, John calls S for sorry while on the $2.5K wedge. Third, Monica calls a $550 R, two N's for the Wild Card & buys an A & two E's before she next calls a dud in G. After Cathy loses another turn w/ the L, John calls an $800 D & two M's for a total of $2K, buys the two I's & lights up a $900 C. We have now...
A / C _ M E - _ R _ M -
_ E _ I N D / _ I N
...he pulls out A COME-FROM-BEHIND WIN good for $2,650 & the right to keep spinning the wheel.
DUDS: $300 G (Monica), $500 L (Cathy), $2.5K S (John), $500 T (Cathy)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $11,650
First on a Mystery/Before & After Round puzzle, John Free Plays two A's, calls two G's as in gift tag & two T's for six Benjamins, buys three E's & calls for a $450 S, then come an I & two N's while on the Mystery Wedge in between FP & Lose a Turn. He risks $1,550 in cash & Golf Channel apparel...& has the $10K! After he buys the U to finish off the vowel department, he gets two G's for $600 extra, two P's to add a thou & a $450 B before we look at...
P U T T I N G
G R E E N
B A _ / P A _ _ E R S
...you'll never hear of a pro sports team named the PUTTING GREEN BAY PACKERS, but this guy's won another $13,350 in cash & gift tag for a total of $16K in cash & prizes!
Wheel Deals! Offer of the Week: Two CineMark movie tickets for $12; get a 25% discount w/ the SonyCard
Catch-up time's starting to get serious for the ladies, because we're in the match's Prize Puzzle Round w/ the dreaded query of What Are You Doing? First off from her are a $550 N, two I's, a $900 G, an A, two T's for an additional $1,600 & the rest of the vowels (an E, three O's & a U), followed by a $3.5K H & a couple P's courtesy of the WC to triple that amount but then the Million Dollar Wedge's left-side Bankrupt triggers a $12,300 disaster; ouch. Afterwards, Cathy calls out two $300 M's & a $600 L & this is what's up there...
_ _ I M M I N G / U P
T O / T H E
P O O L / _ A _
...she keeps the extra $1,200 & will be SWIMMING UP TO THE POOL at the Sandals Negril Beach Resort & Spa, a Jamaican vacation worth $5,750 to make her new cash/trip total $9,950.
SOLE BANKRUPT: Monica
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: GK02650 (Gregory K.)
As far as the T-Us go, the $3K topic's Proper Name:
_ E _ _ I F _ R
_ N I _ _ _ _
Cathy has the T-U Sweep on JENNIFER ANISTON, so she's $3,050 behind John.
The Last Chance Round bell sounds as we next need a Phrase, w/ the consonant value determined to be...$1.5K. After an F comes Cathy's way...
_ / F _ _ T _ _ R
_ N / M _ / C _ _
...she determines this solve's "A FEATHER IN MY CAP", but for only $3K more, so she loses the championship to John by $50 & goes to Jamaica w/ $15,950 in overall winnings; Monica has the $1K booby prize.
$32,950 in cash & goodies have been awarded in the building so far tonight.
SOLE DUD: S (Cathy)
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: $12,300
Maxwell House Big Money Round #58: Johnny on the Spot spins the S in SPIN at the last split-second & here's a relatively easy Phrase to solve. Show us some letters from RSTLNE, please:
_ T / _ _ _ L _
_ _ _ _ E N
CHMI gives him...
I T / C _ _ L _
H _ _ _ _ E N
...IT COULD HAPPEN & it does for $30K; he leaves w/ $46K in cash & merchandise! The Rebuilding Together bank's up to $175K.
Tonight's final chat takes place at home base as usual.
J!: Boomie Aglietti delivered a $34,399 "Boom" on the last show. Let's see if he's still smokin' in tonight's match against:
Matt Harriss (Clemson, SC)- Tire/lube technician
Jennifer Hills (Glen Falls, ID)- Librarian
Let's go to the board now:
MOVIE TITLE SUBJECTS (each correct response's a movie title)
"G", LOOK AT THAT
BACK TO SCHOOL
From the $400 Movie Title Subject, Jennifer picks up the True Daily Double & tries to double her $1K to $2K & take the early lead (Boomie has $1,200 & Matt has half his score) on this piece of information:
High priest imhotep (1999)
"What is 'The Mummy'?"...she's in first place for now w/ that correct response. At the first commercial break, she slightly trails Matt $2,800-$2,200; Boomie's down to $400 (he was once $200 in the red). Time runs out before any of the last four clues on those Undergarments can be read.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $1K (Religious Matters)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $2,600
Going into Second Round:
Incidentally, 84-year-old Shirley Smallwood's in the audience for the taping of this episode as part of a wish granted by the Wish of a Lifetime Foundation (she's joined by its founder, former skier Jeremy Bloom).
Double Jeopardy! Subjects:
WHAT'S ON YOUR iPOD? (which are clues read by the Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational participants)
THE COUNTRY'S NATIONAL HOLIDAY
THE NATO PHOENTIC ALPHABET
IT'S A GROUP THING
"C" IN SCIENCE
The champion's DD Hunting near the midway mark of the round has paid off so far after it works on the middle "C" clue w/ him at $7,600 & $2,400 off the other guy's lead; Jennifer's inched up to $3,200. For another $2.5K & to give Boomie a hundred-dollar lead:
Originally, this unit of measure was the amount of radioactivity given off by one gram of radium.
"What is...a Curie?"...$10,100 & the lead are his! Boomie also takes out the other one of the round behind the $1,600 clue under The Country's National Holiday; from his $11,300, he wagers $1,700 of his $2.5K lead regarding:
November 3: Separation Day, commemorating its 1903 split w/ Columbia.
"What is Panama?"...right again.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $2K (The Country's National Holiday)
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $4,400
Scores After DJ!:
Boomie: $22,200 (LG!)
FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY: Popular Baby Names.
Character names in a book & movie series, the top names for 2009 & 2010 were Isabella for girls & this Biblical one for boys.
Response: "What is Jacob?"
Final score: $8,600
Response: "What is Isaac?"
Final score: $3,199
Response: "What is Jacob?" (originally his own first name!)
Wins again w/: $24,400
Two-day total: $58,799.
Patti Simmons' Classic Millionaire Round
Start of Game 3
7: "Jeopardy!", "Let's Make a Deal" & "Wheel of Fortune"
6: "Millionaire" & "The Price is Right"