LMaD: The next people on Beat the Dealer are David (who's wearing a purple outfit), Randee (dressed as a ladybug) & Krisha (who's wearing a multicolored hat).
David: D- THREE
Randi: B- TWO
Krisha: E (she's referring to the Center Square from "Hollywood Squares"- NINE
(Notes: Just before revealing the final letter in this round, Wayne made a "Squares" quip of his own & Jonathan makes a "Wheel of Fortune" reference!)
Round 2 Prize (Big Box): 3-D electronic suite ($4,100)("Music Sound Better With U" by Big Time Rush featuring Mann)
Krisha: I- FIVE
David: G- SEVEN
CAR: FIAT 500 MT (Curtain #1)("Marry the Night" by Lady GaGa)
Wayne: C- ZONK (ONE)
The next two ladies to make a deal on the morning are Grace (dressed as a washer/dryer; she breaks a shoe on her way down) & Judy (who's wearing an old-fashioned bathing suit); this is Don't Blame Me.
Judy's Round for Grace: $800
Small Box (Jonathan)- Diamond necklace ($3K)("In the Dark" by Dev)
Grace's Round for Judy: $800
CURTAIN #2- Maytag washer/dryer set ($3,201)("Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People)
THE BIG RISK (CURTAIN #3): BOTH- WIPEOUT (Popcorn living room)
James' Fast Deal Decision: $1,200
SB (Tiffany- the kindle clue was "Sand Between the Toes")- Trip to the Aruba Marriott ($6,921)("Fly" by Nicki Minaj feat. Rihanna)
Jenny's Wayne's Diary Deal (Jonathan) Decision (CURTAIN #1): $1,200- Dining room w/ Dine W/ 9 private chef ($7,566)("Blackout" by Breathe Carolina)
Competing in Ca$h Marbles are Mbili (dressed as a cowboy; his name means "second son") & Alexandria...Mbili wins $3K for his family w/ six children, but NOT what's behind Curtain #3- a five-night trip for two to the Maruba Resort Jungle Spa in Belize valued at $8,042 ("Vacation" by The Go-Gos).
Spell Me a Deal time! Kate's the base trader from the very top of the crowd.
FIRST LETTER: C
Brittany's Round (dressed as a pink ghost)(Silver Envelope): $1,300- DUD Arctic Getaway
SECOND LETTER: O
Rickey's Round (who's going green)($1K): CURTAIN #1- Avanti IS 400 rowing machine courtesy of Workout World USA & Sony 40" HDTV ($3,199)("Takin' Care of Business" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive)
The last letter Kate gets for free's an R. I'll tell you that the $17,460 Toyota COROLLA's behind CURTAIN #2 ("Super Bass" by Nicki Minaj) & if she turns down Wayne's $2K, it's hers (& maybe her husband Timothy's as well)...PERFECT DEAL!
Catherine's Jonathan's Diary (Wayne) Round Decision (BB): GO ($1.5K)- Giant jack/ball set
THE BIG DEAL: David doesn't want a second chance at an automobile, so Rickey gets the Big Deal of the Day opportunity. Since three kinda rhymes w/ "green", he chooses Door #3...NO cash anywhere, but he's a BD winner anyway w/ a trip to The Fairmont Waterfront in Vancouver, BC ($7,250) & a Jacuzzi J365 ($13,860), a total of $21,110 in merchandise!
#1- Sea-Doo GTS 130 ($7,999)
#2- Home office ($2,629)
Mark & Tina (who's dressed as the old ZONK sign) are later quizzed by Tiffany on what was the very last ZONK seen on today's edition of "Deal"...& they know it was the balls & the jack for $200! The third Dealy Awards episode airs tomorrow.
TPiR: This morning's First Four people in Contestant's Row are Debra Schweltzer, Francine Paulino (might be related to former "$ale of the Century" champ Elaine from the Winner's Big Money Game era), Rosa Obetz & Michael Worth. Tuesday's one-bid prize haul starts out w/ that LG 32" HDTV (Gwendolyn & Rachel)("I Wanna Go" by Britney Spears).
Debra: $700/Francine: $500/Rosa: $400/Michael: $501
Michael, a student majoring in Business from Denver (Eve Torres' hometown), wins the $650 TV & plays Temptation for the Ford Focus SE (Std., #201A)(Gwen at Door #2)("Mr. Know It All" by Kelly Clarkson for the car, "Domino" by Jessie J for the gifts). The first number's 1.
1. Nikon digital camera (Rachel; small manually-operated turntable)($799)
SECOND DIGIT PICK: 7
2. Ca$hbox (Manuela)($1,551)
THIRD DIGIT PICK: 5
3. 47cc Mini Bikes (Rachel)($998)
FOURTH DIGIT PICK: 8
4. Pair of Velocity micro cruz readers (Manuela)($600)
LAST DIGIT PICK: 0
His Focus final answer's actually $19,580 (I'm not sure whom exactly he listened to on changing the second digit)...& he's going all-in. If this gamble pays off, it's "Worth" $23,528 in cash & gifts to him...
$ 1 9 , 5 8 0
...HE DID IT- HE'S THE FIRST WINNER IN THIS PRICING GAME IN ALMOST FIVE YEARS!!!!!!!!
(Notes: I would've revealed the last four digits backwards like Larry Edmur did at least once in Australia. Also, Rachel gave him his license plate instead of Gwen.)
Video Bonus: Temptation Winless Streak OVER!
Trying to even follow that is Michelle Hernandez & the second PUFB's an orange Juicy Couture dress w/ a pair of Tory Burch sandals, an aged leather handbag & a pair of Jackie O' sunglasses (all worn by Gwen in front of CR)("Tonight is the Night" by Outasight).
Debra: $500/Francine: $700/Rosa: $900/MICHELLE: $1.5K
Rosa from Dallas plays Pushover for a vacation to the Las Villas Hotel & Spa Estrella Del Mar in Mazatlan (Rachel at Door #3)("Headlines" by Drake). The line of numbers...
...& she wins the $7,156 Mexican retreat!
Sixth's Crystal Sullivan & the third IUFB's a 14-piece Playstation3 set (Manuela at Door #5)("Self Back Home" by Gym Class Heroes featuring Neon Hitch).
Debra: $751/Francine: $752/CRYSTAL: $625/Michelle: $750
Since Francine told Stan Blits that she wanted to do a Pl!nko dance if she ever got out of CR, she's playing that PG as her WBMG! Handling the SPs will be Rachel ("Just a Kiss" by Lady Antebellum); if Francine doesn't win at least five figures in this playing, she'll spin The Big Wheel first.
1. Non-stick P-Zone maker ($30): 0- $50
2. Coach pouch ($46): 4- $42
3. Chef'sChoice knife sharpener ($56): 5- $53
4. Collapsible cooler ($35): 3- $25
Gwen has her other three Pl!nko Chips.
2. $1K (Left)
3. $500 (Left)
4. $500 (Other)- WINS $12K
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Rosa ($8,258): $.85
Francine ($13,065): 15 + 75 = $.90
Michael ($24,178): Dime + Quarter = $.35
Coming on out next's Ian Rico & the fourth GUFB's a Cafe Reteo Espressione machine (George & Rachel behind rising sign)("Heartbeat" by Fray).
Debra: $651/IAN: $120/Crystal: $585/Michelle: $650
Ian lucked out, so this Long Beach native plays Now or Then for a Howard Miller Total Home eight-piece dining room w/ the LENOX stuff & a one-year Ice Cream of the Month club membership, all worth $8,817 (Manuela at Door #3)("You Da One" by Rihanna for the trip, "I Like It Like That" by Hot Chelle Rae feat. New Boyz for the grocery items). The groceries which could be from Oct. 2002 or today are Clorox bleach marked at $1.59, Pillsbury Funfetti cake mix marked at $2.49, Pine Bros. Softish Throat Drops Wild Cherry marked at $2.99, the Ortega Yellow Corn Taco Shells marked at $2.89, a three-bag box of Jolly Time KettleMania Kettle Corn marked at $1.99 & a 750-milliliter bottle of Perrier sparkling water marked at $1.79.
1. Bleach: THEN
2. Water: THEN
3. Corn: NOW
He must say NOW from here on out to win...but he loses on the very last item, the cake mix.
Going blue next's Tracey West & the fifth PUFB's the 15-piece Murad cosmetics set (Manuela in the clam)("Wish You Were Here" by Avril Lavigne).
Debra: $501/TRACEY: $300 (STAGE GARF)/Crystal: $700/Michelle: $500
Debra, the last FF member to make it on stage, plays 1 Right Price for the Powersurf FX surfboard (Gwen) & the can-am DS 90 (Manuela)("Work Out" by J. Cole). Does she place $3,249 (Rachel) on the surfboard...yes! The ATV was $2,499.
The final winner wannabe's Jaclyn DiBenedentto & before someone else tries for a ride, they have to bid on this Whirlpool 25-inch stainless-steel French door refrigerator from Plessers.com first (Gwen behind splitting sign)("Set Fire To the Rain" by Adele).
JACLYN: $2,222/Tracey: $2K/Crystal: $1,200/Michelle: $2,223
Crystal, a real-estate broker & bank teller, plays That's Too Much for the 2012 Mazda6 (Manuela at Door #3)($21,035)(MDS theme by Michael Karp).
7. $20,161- LOSS
Ian ($500): 20 + Quarter = $.45
Crystal ($1,899): 40 + Dime = Half-Dollar
Debra ($6,422): WINS W/ $.80
Door #3- Outdoor theater (Manuela)("It Will Rain" by Bruno Mars)
Near Door #4- Four-night trip to Park City, UT w/ tickets to the Sundance Film Festival (Gwen)(Classic Trip Cue by Edd)
Door #2- '12 Fiesta HB (Std., #201A, Mats, Winter)(Rachel)(Consolation prize cue by Edd)
FRANCINE BIDS 27 GRAND ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE- STAGE WILLY
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $20,899
DEBRA'S GOLDEN SHOWCASE (Door #1)(Manuela): Tacori rose gold heart pendant ("Someone Like You" by Adele) & trips to the Oheka Castle Hotel & Estate in Long Island, NY & Brisbane, Australia ('94 Trip Cue by Edd for the first trip only; a newer "Waltzing Matilda" rendition by Score Productions was played after that)
DEBRA BIDS 30 GRAND ON PENDANT/TRIPS SHOWCASE- GAME OVER
MY BID FOR PENDANT/TRIPS SHOWCASE: $19,132
I was surprised we had our FOURTH DOUBLE OVERBID of the season by that little. What a shame for it to happen after Temptation just ended its long drought.
TODAY'S PG RECORD: 4-2 (w/ one Technical Win)
TOTAL WINNINGS: $54,322
WoF: Tonight's stop's on the Desert Hideaways set. The first Toss-Up topic appears to be Proper Name:
T _ _ _ A _
_ E _ _ E R _ _ N
Maggie solves former President THOMAS JEFFERSON. Let's get to the panel:
Maggie Woelke (Calipatria, CA)- A teacher at Apex Academy High School
Katrina Julian (San Diego)- A law school student who has a Chihuahua named Pac-Man
Mitch Kimbrell (Cordova, TN; originally from Doerun, GA)- A student Mid-America Baptist Seminary married to Sara who's also a fan of the University of Georgia Bulldogs & the Atlanta Braves
Here's a slightly more general $2K T-U puzzle within the realm of Show Biz:
B E _ T - _ _ _ S _ E D
L I S T
Maggie might not necessarily be on our BEST-DRESSED LIST, but she's $3K richer as of now.
Eggland's Best Jackpot Round category's Same Letter & the ally BANK $5K wedge's on the wheel. The first letters from her are two L's for the Tuesday/Thursday gift tag of the jura coffee center, two S's for $1,200, an E & six N's for another three grand & the green 1/2 KIA, then she buys an I, calls two T's for another 11 bills & two G's for $1,200 additional & purchases an A in each of the three lines before she says the SL of trip C's for $1.5K more & we have...
C _ N S T A N T L _
C _ A N G I N G
C _ A N N E L S
...it's hard to be CONSTANTLY CHANGING CHANNELS if you're a fan of Maggie, who just won another $8,250 in cash & coffee stuff, $11,250 overall.
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $7,750
Song Lyrics make up the Mystery Round board this time. First from Katrina are three T's for $900 & six E's, but she then Bankrupts next to the Wild Card to give back $650. Secondly, Mitch captures four R's for $1,200, an I & O, an S for the WC & he tries to solve this now...
T _ R E E / _ _ E E R S
_ O R / T _ E / R E _
_ _ I T E / _ _ _
_ _ _ E
...he gets "THREE CHEERS FOR THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE" from "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean" to get $300 in vowel fees back & keep control.
SOLE BANKRUPT: Katrina
The category of the very important Prize Puzzle Round's Phrase. He uses that WC right away to call two T's & R's for $7K per pair, then he buys two O's. Following that are three N's for an extra $300 each, a quartet of I's, a $550 G & the rest of the vowels (two A's & U's & an E) & the puzzleboard as we see it...
_ E T / _ O U R
I _ A G I N A T I O N
R U N / _ I _ _
...LET YOUR IMAGINATION RUN WILD, sir- you've won another $14,200 & a trip to the Outrigger Reef on the Beach courtesy of Hotwire.com worth $6,035! His first-place score's $21,235 in cash & Hawaii.
PERFECT ROUND #2
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: DA6426549 (Debra A.)
T-U #3's about Living Things:
_ _ C K I _ _ _ I R D S
Maggie gets the T-U Sweep w/ MOCKINGBIRDS, so up to $14,250 she goes.
Let's ask What Are You Doing? First, she calls for the $300 G & the three N's to quadruple that amount; following her obvious buying of two I's is a dud of S. Second for Katrina are two T's at $550 per appearance, the same number of O's but then the same Bankrupt that she hit earlier to cost her $850. Third, Mitch lights up a $300 R but then buys the sole dud vowel on the board (U). Returning to Maggie, she gets the $600 L at the start, the E & a $300 H before...
L E _ R N I N G / H O _
T O / _ N I T
...she wins another $1,600 towards LEARNING HOW TO KNIT, so she inches to $15,850 in cash & merchandising.
DUDS: $300 S (Maggie), U (Mitch)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Katrina
The ID of the next solution's Around the House. Katrina's base letter is a negative of T. Mitch then calls another dud of R, which means Maggie's next w/ a Free Play E but then the other Bankrupt ends her turn. On Katrina's next go-round, she calls up a $300 N before Bankrupting in the exact same fashion as she's done twice before & it's Last Chance Mode time...
_ _ _ _ _ _ N _
_ E _ _
...$1,600's the value of each of the remaining consonants. After an H's called...
M _ H _ G _ N _
D E S K
...Katrina avoids getting gooseegged thanks to a MAHOGANY DESK to the tune of $4,800. Maggie goes home w/ $15,850 in cash & prizes and Mitch's won the match w/ $21,235 in cash & trip!
$41,885 in cash & merchandise has been won so far tonight.
Prior to final bell: $800 R (Mitch), $550 T (Katrina)
After it: B (Mitch), C (Mitch), L (Maggie)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (females)
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: $1,800
Big Money Round #77: Mitch whips up the M in GAME & Things is the BMR category. Starting w/:
_ E _ _ _ N _
_ _ _ S
_ E D D _ N G
_ _ _ S
...he gets as close as WEDDING KISS & WEDDING BLISS before going off course w/ BEDDING. He definitely won't be making $30K worth of WEDDING VOWS here & leaves w/ $21,235 in cash & Aloha State.
J!: Dan McShane's part of the program's best run of returning champions in at least a long time. His challengers this evening:
Jennifer Osorio (Huntington Beach)- Librarian
Bryan Barnett (Potomac Falls, VA)- Military charter flight attendant
Tuesday's First Six:
STATE OF THE UNION
GOING TOO "FUR"
IT MIGHT SURPRISE YOU
Dan's barely leading at the halfway point in the Jeopardy! Round, $3K to Bryan's $2,200 & Jennifer's $2,400. It Might Surprise You that Dan ends said topic w/ a Photo Daily Double at $4,800; Jennifer has Dan's former first-half score of $3K & Bryan's down to $1,400. Dan's wager is $1,200 on this:
It's NOT one large bone below the waist; it's five bones- the coccyx, ilium, ischium, pubis & sacrum.
"What is the pelvis?"...correct to be right on the doorstep of Lock Game Territory w/ $6K. Not enough time for the final Slim Volumes clue, but he's in LGT now w/ $7,200 to Jennifer's $3,200 & Bryan's $2,400.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $400 (Jonathan Swifties)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $2,800
Double Jeopardy! Lineup:
SOUNDS LIKE A CAPITAL CITY
We have our second Photo/Video DD of the night under the middle clue about Architecture & it's found by Bryan w/ $6,800; he's trailing Dan by $5,200 for first place, but he's only $400 out of second. After slightly doing a Sean Connery impression, Bryan bets four grand on this by Jimmy Maguire from outside the New York Stock Exchange:
The six Corinthian columns of the NYSE facade are among the regions the building's considered a masterpiece of this architectural style, the true inspiration for Greek in Roman models.
"What is Neoclassic?"...he shouts for a good reason & now shoots to $10,800! But we run out of time before the last DD can be found underneath either the last two Motorcycle Makers answers or the last three Plate Tectonics spots.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $2K (Architecture)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4,800
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $6,800
After DJ! Round:
FINAL JEOPARDY! SUBJECT: Rulers in History.
Born in 1672 & named for a Saint, in 1703, he founded a city whose name represents both of them.
Jennifer Osorio's final response was "Who is Peter the Great?"...she nearly doubles up to $14,399 w/ that right question, but after Bryan Barnett BUSTS due to running out of time, Dan wins again w/ $16,001! Three-match total: $40,401.
Millionaire (Cruise In & Win Week, Day 2):
Conclusion of Michael McKeown's Game
One Question Game #2
Start of Game #3
7: "Jeopardy!", "Let's Make a Deal", "The Price is Right" & "Wheel of Fortune"