Monday, March 19, 2012

3/19/2012 Results

LMaD: Remember, next week starts the celebratory Super Deal shows! And playing Keep On Rollin' are Michael (dressed as a cowboy) & Whitney. Here's what they might win:

Curtain #1: Beverly Hills Experience ($2,625)
Curtain #2: AICO dining room ($6,319)
Curtain #3: Dodge Caliber

B.H.:
1. 4
2. 1 (5)
3. 4 (9)- CLINCH
4. 6- WIN

D.R.:
1. 6
2. 2 (8)
3. 1- LOSS BY A POINT

$50 Consolation Roll: 1

Nicholus, a substitute teacher who's wearing purple-colored balloons, becomes The Man Who Can't Say No.

Lisa's Round (dressed as a bride): $900
Red Box (Nicholus)- Android w/ one-year plan ($2,040)

Nikki's Round (a realtor dressed as a lumberjack): Green Box- Home office ($3,026); she needed furniture like that, BTW)

NICHOLUS' BIG RISK ROUND: STOP ($2,940)- Giant cream pie

PERFECT DEAL

Courtney's Fast Deal Decision (dressed as an Indian): Silver Envelope- VIP shopping trip ($2,250)

According to the jack-in-the-box that Jonathan has brought out, it's BIG DEAL SURPRISE time for Sheena Epps! Today, one of those doors has the $10,542 trip to Smugglers' Notch & Door #3's her choice. #1 had a baking kitchen worth...$5,574...while #2 had the Honda Metropolitan scooter- WIN!

However, she's going for the real Big Deal of the Day later on this morning.

Going on the Box Shopping Spree are Amber & Michelle (dressed as a pirate). Each of the first three boxes cost $400 apiece, as the girls start out $800 wealthier.

RB: Michelle- Michael C. Fina ruby & diamond white gold ring ($2,350)
GB: Amber- Slightly-used beauty supplies
BB: BOTH- Manicures & pedicures for a year w/ 30 pairs of Naughty Monkey footwear ($3,200)
SE: NEITHER- One zillion ZONKY dollars

For the first time all year long, we're seeing a playing of Check's in the Mail! The traders are Carla (dressed as grandma), Erika & John Richard.

$500 WINNER- Carla

She then could add to that the $16,433 Toyota Yaris (Curtain #3).

MAILBOX SELECTIONS: #1, #8, #4 & #5

1. #4- $1,200 ($1,700)
2. #1- WIPEOUT

#2- YARIS
#5- $2K
#8- OTHER BOUNCED CHECK


Melanie's FD Decision: $1,200
SB (Jonathan)- Pair of Tiffany & Co. watches ($5,250)

Sound Effects Deal Match-Up- Allison (who's wearing a yellow hard hat) vs. Matthew (dressed as a pink kayak)
$1K WINNER- Matthew

TBR (CURTAIN #1): NO- Small game room ($4,160)

THE BIG DEAL: Since it was so good to her the first time, Sheena picks on #3 again. We've had both BDs in a day behind #1 earlier this season on Veteran's Day...that strategy DOESN'T work today, though- she finishes w/ a $7,040 retro appliance set. If she had gone to #2, she would've also won a $2,100 3-D HDTV package (#1) & a $13,192 trip to France courtesy of Wyndham.

Christopher pulls out at least three business cards at Jonathan's request for $100, but Tiffany can't pay Melody $500 because she didn't bring along a piece of chalk.

TPiR: Remember, LFaTs, the Twins show is this Wednesday. But today's First Four regular people are Gary Kolojeski, Sylvia Williams, Peter Vallon (who's wearing a sling on his left arm) & Tawney Barrick. Leading off the PUFBs is a six-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Suites Palm Springs (Door #6)("We Are Young" by Fun featuring Janelle Monae).

Tawny: $2K/Peter: $2,300/Sylvia: $928/Gary: $2,301

ARP: $2,550

Gary, a 60-year-old birthday man who's part of a Marine Corps family (his mom got a gold star), plays the Grand Game for some All-American cash. The groceries ("Feel So Close" by Calvin Harris) are the Gorton's Skilled Crisp tilapia, some Bailey's Coffee Creamer, the 10-tablet box of Allegra-D, a 20-ounce spray can of Wegmans Light Body Magic Sizing Fabric Finish, the Kingsford Charcoal & a 26 oz. bottle of Windex Original. The target's $5.

1. Creamer- $2.49 ($10)
2. FF- $1.89 ($100)
3. Windex- $4.29 ($1K)
FOR $10K: WIN W/ THE $3.49 CHARCOAL!

Tilapia- $5.69
Allegra- $14.35

While Gary's celebrating, Drew kicks the charcoal bag in the air, causing it to bust open & all of that charcoal spills everywhere- LOL!!! It would've been even funnier, IMO, if George had said something like "Cleanup on Aisle #3" during that time.

LaChandra Marcetta also hopes she can clean up in a good way on her birthday on this GS; here's the second IUFB, a Michael C. Fina 14-karat white gold pendant (Gwendolyn)("Bad Romance" by Lady GaGa).

Tawny: $1,800/Peter: $1,300/Sylvia: $928/LACHANDRA: $2K

ARP: $1,650

Peter, a beach bar worker from San Diego, doesn't Switch? ("Turn Up the Music" by Chris Brown)...at a good time- winning him that $6,987 ScootCoupe (Manuela) & an $8,390 pair of vanilla-colored Elmira Stove Works kitchen appliances (Rachel)!

Looking healthy as player #6 today will be Karen Chronister; an Old Town Charles River Canoe package's the third GUFB (Manuela at Door #3)("A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri).

Tawny: $1,112/KAREN: $950/Sylvia: $1,111/LaChandra: $2.5K

ARP: $1,360

Tawny from Canyon Lake, CA, who apparently fell when she came on down at the start of this episode, plays Any Number for either six pieces of non-stick bakeware w/ a mixer (Gwen; Triple Play third car description music by Edd Kalehoff) or the 2012 Nissan Versa S HB AT (Std., Plus/Guards, Mats, Prot/Armor)(Rachel at Door #2; "The One That Got Away" by Katy Perry). As of this playing, the first number in a car price for this Pricing Game's already lit without Drew asking for it to be revealed.

1. 7- VERSA ($ 1 7 , _ _ _)
2. 5- Baking ($ 5 _ _)
3. 3- Butt Bank ($ 3 . _ _)
4. 8- VERSA ($ 1 7 , _ _ 8)
5. 1- Butt Bank ($ 3 . 1 _)
6. 4- Baking ($ 5 4 _)
7. 9- WINS BAKING STUFF ($549)

VERSA: $17,628
Left behind in Piggy Bank: Three bucks & a dime

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:
Tawny ($1,909): $.60
Gary ($12,550): 65 + BUCK = OOPS
Peter ($17,027): 20 + 90 = OVER BY A DIME

The next lucky member of Contestant's Row may be Koreal Tharpe; in the meantime, the fourth one-bid's about a LUXSauna (Manuela at Door #2)("Princess of China" by Coldplay feat. Rihanna).

KOREAL: $1,385/Karen: $1,900/Sylvia: $2,800/LaChandra: $1,386

ARP: $3,295

Sylvia, a flight attendant from The Big Apple, completes the FF Sweep & plays the Range Game for a home gym w/ an Avanti home gym & treadmill w/ six months of weekly one-hour personal trainer lessons (Rachel at Door #3)(MGHS underscore by Edd). She stops the rangefinder at $5,873-$6,023 & forgot about the personal trainer part of the prize package...but she wins anyway at $5,998!

Orange contestant #2's Alexandra Treiber & the next PUFB's an XM Satellite Radio package w/ a three-year subscription (Gwen & Rachel)("Work Out" by J. Cole).

Koreal: $420/Karen: $425/ALEXANDRA: $500/LaChandra: $599

ARP: $671

LaChandra's part of a three-generation family; her grandmother won a Showcase in the '70s & her mom won a PG back in the '80s. At this point in time, she could continue her clan's winning on "Price" w/ the Ford Focus S (Std., AT, Prot)(Manuela at Door #3)("Part of Me" by Katy Perry) off of this Pathfinder board:

(6)(0)(8)(7)(6)
(2)(7)(5)(9)(4)
(9)(6)(1)(8)(3)
(4)(8)(7)(5)(9)
(6)(3)(2)(4)(7)


SPs (Gwen)("Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes feat. Adam Levine):

Blender: $65 or $100?
Iron: $39 or $50?
Cutting mats: $16 or $28?

First Turn:
1. 7

Second Turn:
1. Iron is $39

Third Turn:
1. Blender's $100
2. 8 ($ 1 8 , _ _ _)
3. 3

FINAL TURN:
1. Cutting mats are $16
2. WIN! ($18,572)

Video Bonus: Second Pathfinder Win This Season

A second straight aired 5 out of 6er may be finished off by Michael Gill (who's wearing glasses); today's last PUFB's an A.B.S. silk strapless dress w/ a pair of Prada leather wedge heels, all worn by Rachel in front of CR ("Someone Like You" by Adele).

Koreal: $400/Karen: $1,900/Alexandra: $1,901/MICHAEL: $1,200

ARP: $1,300

Michael, a retired hostess/truck driver from Apple Valley, CA, plays One Wrong Price ("Starships" by Nicki Minaj) for a Gateway desktop computer marked at $880 (Manuela), the RCS BBQ marked at $1,875 (Rachel) & a wayfair ping-pong table set marked at $2,049 (Gwen). He chooses the ping-pong package...Tawny's off the hook- the BBQ was $3,798. But win or lose, he'll spin The Big Wheel first coming up next.

SCSD #2:
Michael ($1,300): WINS $1K & SHOWCASE BERTH
Sylvia ($9,293): Quarter + Dime = $.35
LaChandra ($19,359): Nickel + 20 = Quarter

Michael...just misses the $10K w/ $.80, but will still be the Top Winner in the Showcase Round.

FAMILY-SIZED SHOWCASE (Manuela):

Door #3- Playroom, including a Howard Miller Total Home poker table, the SAMSUNG 46" 3-D HDTV & a Nintendo Wii package ("Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & Afrojack)
In between Doors #2 & #3- Five-night trip for four to the Beaches Negril Resort & Spa ("Holiday" by Madonna)

MICHAEL PASSES TO TAWNY; TAWNY BIDS $16,522 ON TRIP SHOWCASE

MY BID FOR TRIP SHOWCASE: $19,095

MICHAEL'S SHOWCASE:

Left of Door #2- Four Kate Spade accessories, including a keychain (Rachel)("Domino" by Jessie J)
Inside- '12 Jeep Compass (Gwen)($20,075)(MDS theme by Michael Karp)

MICHAEL BIDS $24K ON CAR SHOWCASE

MY BID FOR CAR SHOWCASE: $22,222

Showcase ARPs:

Tawny: $25,918
Michael: $20,908

Michael leaves w/ $2,300 in cash & accessories, while Tawny wins $27,827 in other prizes.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 4-2
TOTAL WINNINGS: $88,356

(Final note: By this taping week, contestants who make it on stage are now fitted w/ lav microphones.)

TNG: Before Sherri can do "Dancing", she needs to host a couple of these games, starting w/ these teams:

Kelvin & Jody (who first met when they worked together at a prison)
Chris & Lala (who first met 12 yrs. ago as Marines)
Daniel & Cassie (who own some kind of bear)

R1:

1. The original Hindu sex guide "Kama Sutra" states there are a total of 64 sexual positions. How many do you & your wife have left to try?
2. "Trust me, I always tell my wife she looks beautiful, but I have to admit sometimes her __________ freaks me out."
3. How would you describe your wife's relationship w/ the stove- they make beautiful things together, they've got a love/hate relationship or they barely met?

KELVIN & JODY:
1. Seven- SEVEN (5)
2. Hair- BOOBS
3. Beautiful- BEAUTIFUL (10)

CHRIS & LALA:
1. None- ZERO (5)
2. Flat butt- "HER GIRL"
3. Beautiful- BEAUTIFUL (10)

DANIEL & CASSIE:
1. 54- 40
2. Butt- NOTHING
3. Beautiful- BEAUTIFUL (5)

SECOND HONEYMOON: Caravan.com

R2:

1. The first time your husband's "Little Columbus" discovered "Your America", what impressed you the most- the size of his ship, duration of his voyage or his skills as a sailor?
2. Knowing what you know now, what's the one habit of his that would've made you say "I don't"?
3. Besides your husband, who knows the dirtiest details about your sex life?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: "If a company wanted to make the perfect robotic husband, they should use my man's __________ for their prototype, but his __________ should not play any part in their creation."

JODY & KELVIN:
1. Ship- SKILLS
2. Watches TV all the time- WATCHES TV ALL THE TIME (20)
3. Paula- BILLY
BONUS: Hands & feet (because he thinks they're some of the ugliest in the world)- N/A & HEAD

LALA & CHRIS:
1. Ship- SHIP (20)
2. Drops his clothing everywhere- CLOTHES ON THE FLOOR (30)
3. Her mom- GINA
BONUS: Private parts & hinie- "LITTLE COLUMBUS" & FLAT BUTT (60)

CASSIE & DANIEL:
1. Skills- SHIP
2. Not knowing how to pick out his clothes (& she did it for him just before they came on the show)- ATTITUDE
3. Her mom- GREG
BONUS: Butt & attitude- TOOL & MOUTH (20)

Consolation Prize: Fandango

Game #2:

Peter & Rebecca (who call themselves the Evel Knievel couple)
Brandon & Iesha (who love to play w/ their toys; his is their cars)
Ben & Ro (who were born as Canadians)

R1:

1. If you wanted to cover up the noise your wife makes during lovemaking, would you need an air-raid siren, stereo or kazoo?
2. If "The Seven Deadly Sins" really were deadly, which sin would be the death of your wife?
3. "If any experienced mountain climbers are looking for some top-notch peaks to climb, they might want to ask my wife's friend ________ if her boobs are available."

PETER & REBECCA:
1. Stereo- STEREO (5)
2. Pride- PRIDE (10)
3. Jenn- KELLY

BRANDON & IESHA:
1. Siren- SIREN (5)
2. Pride- PRIDE (10)
3. Alayh- ALAYH (15)

BEN & RO:
1. Stereo- SIREN
2. Anger- ANGER (5)
3. Jessica- JESSICA (10)

SH #2: Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa

R2:

1. Based on your husband's abilities in the bedroom, in which of these Olympic events would he have had the best shot of winning a Gold Medal- Marathon, Gymnastics or Diving?
2. "Charlie Sheen likes to party w/ porn stars, but if my husband had his way, he would want to party w/ the stars from _____________."
3. If you could leave a comment in your husband's romance suggestion box, what romantic thing would you suggest he do more of?
30-POINT BQ: "I'm OK w/ my wife flirting w/ ___________ if it means getting some free ____________."

REBECCA & PETER:
1. Diving- MARATHON
2. "CSI"- OZZY OSBOURNE
3. Back massages- NOTHING
BONUS: Brad Pitt & action on the side- GUYS & ACTION (25)

IESHA & BRANDON:
1. Diving- GYMNASTICS
2. "Jersey Shore"- MARTIN LAWRENCE
3. Flowers- FOREPLAY
BONUS: Trey Songz & lollipop action- WAITERS & FOOD

RO & BEN:
1. Diving- DIVING (20)
2. "The (Real) Housewives of Orange County"- "THE REAL HOUSEWIVES..." (30)
3. Saying nice, sweet things- GIVING HER CARDS
BONUS: Men & head massages- MEN & GOLF TIME (45)

CP: HomeGoods

WoF: This week's Prize Wedges are good for Weekend Getaways.

$1K T-U: What Are You Doing?

_ L _ _ N I _ _ / M Y

E S C _ P _

I'm not PLANNING MY ESCAPE any time soon, but Heidi has made the $1K solve. First panel of the week:

Heidi Ambrozaitis (Fitchburg, MA; originally from Vermont)- A Spanish teacher at Monty Tech High School who recently got engaged & is getting married this Summer
Jeff Neely (Ooltewah, TN)- A process operator 2 for a snack cake married to Valerie w/ a nine yr. old son named Bryce
Asia Ahmonuel (Burbank)- A manager of enrollment services for a health care advocacy firm who just started it on a Monday & has a 3.5 yr. old troublemaking daughter named Isabella

$2K T-U: People

_ _ _ E _ O N G

_ _ _ E _ _ _

Heidi barely gets the second word of LIFELONG FRIENDS in for the tripler.

Monday's WG: JW Marriott Desert Springs Palm Desert ($5,165)
Monday/Wednesday/Friday Gift Tag: Vegas.com

IHOP Jackpot Round: Quotation
Category Wipe of the Week: A WG-like car

Heidi's first stop is the Bankrupt next to $2.5K. After Jeff secondly gets the same fate, Asia calls two T's for that trip, two R's for the green 1/2 KIA & $1K & three M's for another $7.5K, then she buys two O's & A's, calls two D's while on Jackpot for another thou, purchases four E's & calls the $550 H before buying the sole dud vowel on this board (U), likely costing her a plate & $14,215 in cash & California. Back to Heidi, she calls the back-to-back S's for $1K the other 1/2 KIA & a $300 P...

T O / D R E A M / T H E

_ M P O S S _ _ _ E

D R E A M

...the next-to-last word of this quote was missolved as "INCREDIBLE" the last time, but she does exactly say "TO DREAM THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM" from "Man of La Mancha" to keep the extra $1,300.

SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND: U (Asia)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Heidi & Jeff)
FINAL UNWON JACKPOT AMOUNT: $9,850

Current Scores:

Heidi: $4,300 (1/2 KIA)
Opponents: $0 each

Mystery Round: Before & After

Jeff leads off w/ the call of two T's for 12 bills & the purchase of three O's, then the $300 S at the end, a $450 R, an A, a Free Play of a $500 N & a W for the Wild Card, at which point...

_ O R N / T O / _ _

W _ _ _

O A T S

...he solves "BORN TO BE WILD" OATS for $1,950.

PERFECT ROUND

Current Scores:

Asia: BUPKIS/Heidi: $4,300 (1/2 KIA)/Jeff: $1,950 (WC)

Prize Puzzle Round: Things

Asia begins the wheel-spinning & letter-choosing process for this round of play w/ the same Bankrupt from two rounds ago. Second, Heidi puts in four $500 R's but then says N for no. Third for Jeff are a $400 W at the beginning of the last word but then the right Bankrupt of the Million Dollar Wedge, costing him both that much money & the WC; that's his second tonight. On Asia's next turn, she takes two $300 T's, an E but then D for dud. Heidi follows w/ two S's (including the obvious one at the end) for an extra $1,800, quadruple A's, a $300 P, twin O's, a couple of F's for $1,600 additional & a $300 Y, but she then buys the sole negative vowel (I) to likely lose out on the KIA Soul, in addition to the mystery vacation & $5.5K. After a dud of F by Jeff while on top dollar, Asia calls a $1,600 pair of L's at the end of the second word to leave only the U up there...

A / F _ L L

A R R A Y / O F

W A T E R S P O R T S

...and she earns her first $1,950 & she'll have A FULL ARRAY OF WATERSPORTS to choose from on her holiday to the Sugar Bay Resort & Spa from Hotwire.com worth $7,025.

DUDS: $550 D (Asia), $3.5K M (Jeff), $500 N (Heidi)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Asia & Jeff)

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: KC0633426 (Krista C.)

Current Scores:

Asia: $8,975 in cash & St. Thomas/Heidi: $4,300/Jeff: $1,950

$3K T-U: Show Biz

S E Q U _ L _ / &

_ R _ Q _ E L S

Asia knows SEQUELS & PREQUELS do exist to be $25 shy of $12K in cash & trip.

R4: Landmark

She initially puts up a $500 L, then she buys four A's from the vowel shop, calls for the $500 S at the end but then the T stops her. Heidi secondly calls the repeating L's for a C-note & the $300 N leading off this puzzle...

N _ A _ A R A

_ A L L S

...& identifies NIAGARA FALLS for yet another $1,300.

SOLE DUD: $800 T (Asia)

Current Scores:

Asia: $11,975 in cash & trip/Heidi: $5,600/Jeff: $1,950

Last Chance Round: In the Kitchen

After Pat initially hits the Bankrupt next to where the WC formerly was, consonants are worth $1,450 each. Jeff starts out his part of the round w/ two T's, then three S's on his second try...

S _ T / _ _

S T _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ S

...& he grabs a SET OF STEAK KNIVES worth $7,250 more to him.

DUDS: H (Asia), L (Heidi), R (Heidi)

(Note: The dings sounded when the T's were lit up.)

Final Scores:

Asia: $11,975 in cash & vacation/Heidi: $5,600/Jeff: $9,200
GT: $26,775

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding cardboard): $400

Big Money Round #123: The new automobile of the week's a '12 Rogue FWD. Asia's BR envelope comes from the M in GAME.

Topic: Thing

The first letter is:

T _ _ _ _

_ _ _

CDMI puts up at least a couple letters...

T _ I C _

_ _ _

...but she gets the first word wrong as TRICK; the THICK FOG phases out the $30K she could've won & she leaves w/ $11,975 in cash & St. Thomas.

J!: Hannah Spector's challenged by:

Kyle Roll (Richmond, VA!)- Compliance analyst
Alex Wright (Upper Arlington, OH)- University administrator

These are the week's first six categories:

HOLD EVERYTHING
POETS' MONOGRAMS
LOGO SECRETS
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR
"SQ"SES, "SQ"SES
DR. JANE GOODALL (video clues from her)

Hannah has the early lead w/ $3,400 at the halfway point, followed by Kyle w/ $2,200 & Alex w/ $1,200; however, while Trebek's interviewing Alex, $2K's given back to Alex because of an incorrect response reversal (for a total of $3,200). On the next-to-last clue regarding those Sportsmen of the Year (& of this round overall), Hannah intercepts the Daily Double & leads Kyle $7,200-$4,600; Alex's dropped to $2,400. The champion wagers $600.

1954: British track man

"Who is Sebastian...I don't know" doesn't work. She was thinking of Sebastian Coe, but the correct guy was Roger Bannister, so she slightly dips to $6,600. Alex starts Double Jeopardy! w/ $3,400.

SOLE TRIPLE STUMPER OF THE ROUND (attempted): $1K (Dr. Jane Goodall)

DJ! Listings:

BY GEORGE
FAMILIAR PHRASES
A YEAR ENDING IN 12
"YOU" ROCK
HERE I AM...
POTPOURRI

Alex's just taken Hannah's post-R1 score of $6,600 by the time he's picked a DD from the center of By George, but Hannah's at $8,200 now; Kyle's down to $3,800. He goes for an extra $2K & a $400 lead on this clue:

"The Sophisticated Poll Watcher's Guide"

"Who is Gallup?"...yes indeed for $8,600 & a slight lead. And speaking of A Year Ending in 12, the $1,200 clue gives him the other DD opportunity of the round; he's now $400 behind the champ w/ $10,600, but Kyle's not too far off either of them w/ $9,800. To regain the lead w/ 3K more dollars, his next answer is:

Ponce de Leon reaches the Turks & Caicos islands.

"What is 1512?"...exactly to move him to $13,600! Kyle, however, SWEEPS Here I Am... to put her in first place w/ $16,200!

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,400
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS OF THE ROUND: $800 ("You" Rock)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $3,200

Heading into the Final:

Hannah: $11K
Alex: $15,600
Kyle: $17,400

CORYAT SCORES:

Hannah: $11,600
Alex: $13K
Kyle: $17,400

FJ! SUBJECT: Movie Directors.

On visiting RKO in 1939, he described the studio as the biggest electric train set any boy ever had.

Hannah Spector responded "Who is Orson Wells?"...best known for "Citizen Kane", he was right to have the champ finish at the $19K level. Alex Wright...got it to go to $25,600 & so did Kyle Roll (after crossing out Alfred Hitchcock), but she only wagered $6,600 to fall $1,600 short of the championship. In any event, Hannah leaves w/ $30,201.

Episode ratings:

"The Newlywed Game":
6 PM: 8
6:30 PM: 7
7: "Jeopardy!" & "The Price is Right"
6: "Let's Make a Deal" & "Wheel of Fortune"

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