Friday, April 13, 2012

4/13/2012 Results

TNG: After tonight's episode, there are four weeks to go in this 130-episode season:

Mat & Megan (who got matching wrist tattoos about a month after they tied the knot)
Victor & Emily (who do the Chicken Dance)
Madsin & Krista (who had to separate after five years because he had to serve in the Marines)

R1:
1. When your head dips to your wife's hips, where do you usually find her hands?
2. "She does it so often that my wife must be going for some sort of record as the woman who _______________ the most in one day."
3. Be honest, fellas- what's the one part of your wedding ceremony that your wife insisted on, but you could've done without?

MAT & MEGAN:
1. On his shoulders- BEHIND HIS HEAD
2. Makes his man happy- SMILES
3. Nothing- BOUQUET TOSS

VICTOR & EMILY:
1. On his shoulders- SAME UNACCEPTABLE ANSWER
2. Enjoys the ride (usually more than once)- COMPLAINS
3. Location (she preferred a beach)- SAD CEREMONY

MADSIN & KRISTA:
1. On his shoulders- SAME UNACCEPTABLE ANSWER
2. Kisses- LAYS AROUND
3. Garter tossing- MONTAGE VIDEOS

FIRST R1 WIPEOUT IN THE SHERRI ERA

SECOND HONEYMOON: Windjammer Landing

R2:
1. Your husband may think he's a brilliant conductor in the bedroom, but if you were forced to make one change to his "baton", what would you do- elongate it, thicken it or teach it some new moves?
2. There's no place like home, but if your husband could click his heels & goes one place besides home, where would he go?
3. You decide to start a line of edible panties dedicated to your husband's favorite foods. What's the first flavor you'd put on the market?
30-POINT BONUS QUESTION: Complete the following using the choices shorter, longer or the same- "Compared to the early days of our courtship, I would say phone calls from my husband are __________, while the sex's definitely ___________."

MEGAN & MAT:
1. Teach- TEACH (10)
2. Cabo- CABO (20)
3. Chocolate- CHOCOLATE (30)
BONUS: Shorter & the same- SHORTER/LONGER (45)
 

EMILY & VICTOR:
1. Teach- TEACH (10)
2. Cayman Islands- BAR
3. Pomegranate- COTTON CANDY
BONUS: Shorter & the same- SHORTER/SHORTER (25)

KRISTA & MADSIN:
1. Teach- TEACH (10)
2. Venice- THE FELLAS' PLACE
3. Pork- BEEF
BONUS: Shorter & the same- TOTAL MATCH (40)

Consolation Prize: NETFLIX

TPiRecap

WoF:

$1K T-U: Thing

R E _ _ _ _ _ _ G
D O O _

Not too many buildings in the world have this, but Mike solves REVOLVING DOOR. Those who have already entered this studio to play the game this evening are:

Mike Pugliese (Norristown, PA)- A director of operations for a nonprofit children's organization married to Sara for seven yrs. w/ a 20-month-old child named Jayden
Collin Rice (Waldorf, MD; originally from Kilmarnock, VA)- A third-year dental student at VCU married to Helene for five yrs.
Ashley Hudson (L.A.; originally from Maui)- An L.M.U. freshman majoring in Business Management & minoring in Theatre who's traveled to nine different countries

$2K T-U: Food & Drink

_ E _ O N _
A N _ / L I _ E S

My favorite soda Sprite's usually made from this & Collin knows they're LEMONS AND LIMES.

Final Featured SS: Dick's Sporting Goods

Gorton's Jackpot Round: Phrase

A non-negative N starts him off w/ three Benjamins, then three T's to multiply that by six, an E, two A's, a $600 S pairing, a $2,400 R set & a couple of both the O's & U's. After that are a $600 M, the leftover two I's, a $900 P, a couple of Y's for another grand & a $1,200 pair of L's before we get a peek...

Y O U R / _ A L L
I S / _ E R Y
I M P O R T A N T
T O / U S

...YOUR CALL IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US, sir, & he replies correctly for a sum of $7,250.

PERFECT ROUND
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $9.5K

Current Scores:

Collin: $9,250/Ashley: $0/Mike: $1K

Mystery Round: Before & After

Ashley starts her letter-calling w/ an automatic dud of T. Second, Mike calls a $300 R & two S's to tack on a C-note to that amount & the green 1/2 KIA, buys six E's & wants two N's while on the Mystery Wedge in between Free PLAY & Lose a Turn. He gives back the sure $2K, risking $1,050 & his plate...the $10K's behind it! After buying two O's, he lights up two V's to turn his current cash stake into $2K, an I & triple L's for the Wild Card...but he then hits a stopper of C. After Collin also says a dud in F, Ashley calls the three H's for the Bookperk stuff but then spins LaT, giving Mike a chance to solve...

H E _ _ / O V E R
H E E L S / I N
L O V E
H _ N _ L E S

...he's HEAD OVER HEELS IN LOVE HANDLES for another $11,750, first place & retains his turn.

DUDS: $600 S (Collin), $550 T (Ashley)

Current Scores:

Collin: $9,250/Ashley: $0/Mike: $12,750 (WC)(1/2 KIA)

Prize Puzzle Round: What Are You Doing?

After he spins the wheel once more, he Bankrupts next to top dollar to lose both pieces of cardboard. Collin secondly claims the three $300 N's, two G's to make that $900 two thou, the obvious I & tres A's, but he then says S for sorry while on $3.5K. Third for Ashley are a couple R's for eight bills, three L's for a $2,700 deposit & the rest of the vowel department (three E's, an O & trip U's), then we have...

L O U N G I N G
U N _ E R / A / _ E A _ _
U _ _ R E L L A

...& she's on the board w/ $2,750, plus she'll be LOUNGING UNDER A BEACH UMBRELLA at the Breezes Curacao courtesy of Hotwire.com worth $5,700.

SOLE DUD: $3.5K S (Collin)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Mike

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: LT03604 (Lori T.)

Current Scores:
 

Collin: $9,250/Ashley: $8,450 in cash & Curacao/Mike: $12,750

$3K T-U: Person

_ _ M P
_ _ _ _ S _ L _ R

Mike identifies CAMP COUNSELOR to go to $15,750.

Last Chance Round: In the Kitchen

That's a $1.5K Final Spin. After three P's are put up by Vanna...

S _ _ T / & / P _ P P _ R
S _ _ _ _ R S

...Collin gets out some SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS for another $7.5K & the victory by $1K! Mike could've added $4.5K to his haul.

SOLE DUD: N (Mike)

Final Scores:

Collin: $16,750/Ashley: $8,450 in cash & trip/Mike: $15,750
GT: $40,950

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: 1/2 KIA & WC

Big Money Round #142: Collin has spun the I in WIN; I wish this VCU student much luck.

Category: Person

The last letter of this one is:

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
_ _ _ L

DCMA adds...

_ _ _ _ _ _ D
_ D _ L

...without at least the the O's, he won't necessarily be my BOYHOOD IDOL (he thought the first word was WEEKEND) because...









































































































































































...HE'S THE EIGHTH $100K LOSER THIS SEASON, so he'll have to take solace that $16,750's more than he walked in there w/. I'm so sorry, man.

J!: Can Judy Nichols avoid the shutout? Find out tonight against:

Cat Still (L.A.)- Educational consultant
Peter Allen (Fresno, CA)- HS Chemistry teacher

BTW, Alex's mom turns 91 tomorrow.

Friday's Base Six:
1937
DOUBLE TALK
"E"ASY SCIENCE?
FIRST NAMES
HEY, U2!
GET A ROOM!

Cat's sitting pretty, because she's in Lock Game Territory w/ $3,400 halfway through the opening round; Judy has $1,200 & Peter's $400 shy of the champion for second place. Late in the interviewing, an incorrect response by Judy on the $800 Hey U2! clue is reversed, so her score's upped to $2,800 & knocks Cat out of LGT in a heartbeat. Furthermore, the very next selection of the $1K clue to wrap up the First Names conceals the Daily Double. Judy wagers the face value of:

This French name means "reborn", a reference to Christian baptism.

"What is baptist?" is wrong; Renee was right & she dips to $1,800. But she's gotten it up to $4K at round's end; Cat's ahead of her for first by $1,800 & Peter's leading off the next round of play w/ $2,200.

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $800 (1937)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $2,400

Last Half-Dozen Topics This Week:
ROLE IN COMMON
CANADA'S MARITIME PROVINCES
HARVARD ALUMNI
THE "KID" STAYS IN THE CATEGORY
POETS & POETRY
THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE TITANIC

Cat grabs a DD in the center spot regarding the Titanic & she's still leading the champ, $13,400-$11,600; Peter's still got hope w/ $5,400. Cat puts $4K at risk w/ the following:

The first rescue ship on site was this British liner that picked up more than 700 survivors, mostly women & children.

"What is..The (RMS) Lusitania?"...NOT it; we were looking for another RMS ship, The Carpathia. W/ that, she slips to second w/ $9,400 & eventually $8,600 after a wrong question on the $800 answer about Canada's Maritime Provinces, but she can redeem himself w/ its $1,200 clue, because that's where the week's final DD lurks. For $2K additional this time:

When the French ruled Canada, the region was known as this.

"What is..Le Nord?"...this was also the same name of a kind of GMC car & that's definitely NOT right. In this case, that referred to the Acadia, so we have a DD SHUTOUT tonight & she falls even further to $6,600.

ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $2,800
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $3,200
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $6K

Heading into the Final:
Judy: $13,200

Peter: $5,800
Cat: $8,200

CORYAT SCORES:
Women: $14,200 each
Peter: $5,800


FINAL J! SUBJECT: Word Origins.

An exploited part of a law, originally it meant an opening in a castle wall used to look at or shoot at an enemy.

Peter Allen wrote down "What is a loophole?"...there wasn't one regarding that right response & he's up to $10,001 as a result. Cat Still's...right too to advance to $11,601...
























































































































...BUT JUDY NICHOLS HAS SAVED THE WEEK W/ $8K MORE! Two-day total: $46.5K.

Millionaire Friday:
Conclusion of Lisa Brown's Game
Game 2
Game 3

(Also on "Let's Make a Deal" today: Nobody got either of the Big Deals today, so Rebecca settled for $7,076 worth of outdoor living room stuff behind Door #2 at the end of that episode. The BD Surprise behind that door earlier was a trip to London w/ luggage worth $10,685, while the BD of the Day behind #1 was a RAM 1500 Regular Cab w/ camping gear worth $24,693.)

Episode ratings:
7: "Jeopardy!"
6: "Let's Make a Deal", "Millionaire" & "The Price is Right"
5: "Wheel of Fortune"

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