Monday, May 07, 2012

5/7/2012 Results

LMaD: For the week's first aired Money Envelopes Deal, only one trader out of these three can buy one of the first two items in play- Lyle (dressed as a SCUBA diver), Baylie (who's wearing all sorts of birthday props) & Briana from Portland, OR.

R1 (CURTAIN #1): Lyle- ELIMINATED (Houseboat)
R2 (BB): Briana- Burbury accessories ($2,565)
FR (CURTAIN #2): Baylie- Game room ($4,508)


Let's do another Dice Duel, shall we? This morning's competitors are Eileen (dressed as a bee) & Matthew (dressed as a banana).

Control Round:
Eileen: 6
Matthew: 3

THE DUEL:
E: 4/1- $1,100
M: 3/5- $600
E: 1/2- $1.5K ($2,600)
M: 3/3- $800 ($1,400)
E: 3/5- DANGER ZONE
E: 3/6- $700 ($3,300)
M: 6/4- $1,300 ($2,700)
E: 6/4- ZONK

MATTHEW'S BIG RISK (CURTAIN #3): YES- Mazda2 Sport AT 

PERFECT ROUND!

Vanessa's Fast Deal Decision (dressed as a crybaby)(the SB has something green, which might be that same Mazda that was just won): $1,100- Broccoli purse
Edward's "Hollywood Squares" FD Decision (a member of the military from FL dressed as a lobster)(CURTAIN #2 has a trip to NYC): DISAGREE FOR $1K- Three-night trip to the Montbleu in Lake Tahoe ($4,490)

Anna's NOT playing Checkers as her costume indicates, but Smash for Ca$h.

1. #3: BUCK
2. #7: BUCK ($2)
3. #2: ZONK
4. #10: $2 ($4; $1K)
5. #8: LAST $1 BANK ($5; $2K)
6. #4: $3 ($8; $3K)- BAILOUT
7. #1: $2
8. #6: OTHER $3 BANK
FINAL PICK: #9- ZONK

Daniella (wearing a pink wig) is the latest bachelor on The Dealing Game.

Questions:
1. If I were to take you home to meet my parents, what would be the first thing my parents would notice about your prize?
2. If we spent a quiet night at home together, would we want our prize to stay outdoors or indoors w/ us?

Because she heard about some wheels from Mr. Mangum behind #1, that's the curtain she takes.

#3- Range w/ cookware, butcher block & spices ($4,126)
#1 (after declining $800)- "The Flintstones" car

Gynneth plays Think Big for a five-night trip to the Dreams Riviera Cancun (RB) valued at $5,805. There are only three statements in this playing:

Number of "Friday the 13th" feature films

Record-setting number of people crammed into an old model MINI Cooper according to Guinness World Records
Number of grams in an ounce

GUESS: Grams


GB
Sure Thing- Michael Kors accessories ($1,770)


"Friday the 13th" films
: 12

MINI Cooper crammers: 21

After Charles guesses 28 for the grams in a single ounce...Gynneth goes for it, meaning Charles will win $100 if Gynneth does get the trip in this deal.


Ounce grams
: 28- PERFECT DEAL #2!


THE BIG DEAL:
But she's going right on for DOOR #2, which is absolutely...WRONG- she has to sleep in a visiondecor.com bedroom group totaling $3,716.


#1- Home gym ($8,803)
#3- Nissan Sentra 2.0 ($16,972) & trip to the PalmerHouse in Chicago ($7,300)

Alexander (court jester) wins the $500 twitter wad for displaying to Jonathan a white golf tee. Elsewhere of note in Quickie Deals, Jason spells "birthday" backwards within seven seconds for $200.

TPiR: Before I begin this U.S. "Price" recap, I want to make several notes:

-The premiere of the latest Aussie version has it a half-hour long & is much like the '94-95 U.S. syndicated version. The top two Pricing Game winners will face off in the Showcase Playoff; in the event of a tie, a small prize tiebreaker is held under the traditional One-Bid rules to determine who wins that gift & a Showcase Playoff berth. The new announcer is NOT John Deeks as first reported, but rather former Aussie "Big Brother" houseguest Brodie Young. Finally, only the current Aussie "Come on Down!" theme is used as the new version's main theme & the set's designed like the French version titled "Le Juste Prix".
-(Super) Squeeze Play was the only car PG won on the U.S. version last week- who would've thunk it? Unless I'm mistaken, the past three times (including that one) a car winner from a non-car PG who went on to win at least one Showcase won a Chevrolet in their game (an HHR in the Bonus Game on May 11th of '09 that led to a Double Showcase Win, a Cobalt Coupe on the Range Game on Dec. 7 of '09 & the Colorado Work Truck from last Tuesday's episode on Squeeze Play)

And this morning's American episode has an Olympian stopping by to be the male guest model for at least this day- Bryan Clay (who won a gold medal in the Decathlon). Our First Four winner wannabes are Thomas Smith, Deborah Rais from the front row, Alicia Garcia & Megan Archuleta, w/ the first PUFB being some Ralph Lauren accessories (Bryan & Rachel; includes two white Team USA outfits)("We Run the Night" by Havana Brown featuring Pitbull).

Megan: $395 (STAGE GARF)/Alicia: $450/Deborah: $350 (STAGE GARF)/Thomas: $425 (STAGE GARF)

Alicia wins the $979 apparel by default & now has the chance to become the second Scion tC (Amber at Door #3)("Pay the Rent" by Michael Karp) winner at the Spelling Bee (Rachel). For free, she has #23 & #13 removed.

SPs (using a current Edd Kalehoff cue):
1. Black Cuisinart coffeemaker: $25- $30 (#12)
2. Trio of red ceramic jars w/ serving spoons: $20- BULLSEYE! (2nd this season after not having one at all in the Drew Carey era)(#8 & #20)
3. Cuisinart Smart Stick: $55 (not revealed on TV)

Drew's turning all of the cards in this playing. The first two cards have a C & A respectively...but the last three have C's.

Coming on down fifth will be Vincent Vasquez & GUFB #2's a Leica 10.1 MP digital SLR camera (ceiling w/ another Edd prize cue heard in the background).

Megan: BUCK (STAGE GARF #2)/VINCENT: $450/Deborah: $650/Thomas: $800

Thomas overbid by a buck, which means Deborah comes up w/ a pink/black T-shirt that says "We were in it to win it"- in this case, we're referring to a six-night stay at the Marriott S.F. Marquis w/ the helicopter tour & sunset cruise (Amber at Door #2)("International Love" by Pitbull feat. Chris Brown) playing Side By Side. The blocks:

90 
69 

She's a winner of that $6,990 vacation as Mike intended!

Player #6 is Dianne Warren (probably NOT related to Curtis) & the first half of one-bidding wraps up as they unveil that Avanti XFIT 209L treadmill (Brian working out on it behind splitting sign)("Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes feat. Adam Levine).

Megan: $1,300/Vincent: BUCK/DIANNE: $1,100/Thomas: $900

ARP: $2,499


Given Bryan's here, it's appropriate that someone like Megan runs that Race Game (Bryan)("It Will Rain" by Bruno Mars) for a Gateway 23" all-in-one touchscreen computer (Rachel), the Honda CRF 100F motorcycle (Rachel), an American Range Saute step-up gas range (Amber) & a foozball table (Amber). Tags, please:

$880
$1,202
$2,880
$5,299 

First Try:
Computer: $2,880
Motorcycle: $5,299
Range: $1,202
F. Table: $880

ALL WRONG (:18)

Second Chance:
Computer: $5,299
Motorcycle: $2,880
Range: $880
F. Table: $1,202

ONE RIGHT (:07)

Her final answers ARE EXACTLY THE SAME AS LAST TIME, SO SHE HAS BEEN DISQUALIFIED FROM THIS PG & HAS THE WORST POSSIBLE SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN POSITION.

ANSWERS:
Computer: $880
Motorcycle: $2,880
Range: $5,299
F. Table: $1,202

SCSD #1:
Alicia ($1,084): Nickel + 35 = Four Dimes (could've had $21,389 by now)
Megan ($2,499): $.95
Deborah ($7,789): 80 + Dime = NICKEL SHORT

Who wants to see University of Wisconsin alum Robert Preuss get out of the Peanut Gallery after hearing the magic words? We do; the fourth IUFB's the Ocean Kayak Nalu 12.5 (Amber behind rising sign)("Not Over You" by Gavin Degraw).

ROBERT: $1,199/Vincent: $800/Dianne: $801/Thomas: $900

ARP: $985


Thomas completes the FF Sweep & plays Hi-Lo (which was the first PG played on the Aussie revival, BTW) for a dining room designed by Michael Amini & Jane Seymour w/ Michael C. Fina Cape Spade dinnerware & the one-year Dinner of the Month club membership, making this prize package worth $12,324 (Rachel at Door #3; current Line 'Em Up/Rat Race/10 Chances opening prize cue by Edd). Monday's groceries ("Good Feeling" by Flo Rida) are Bailey's Toffee Almond Cream Coffee Creamer, Unisom Sleep Tabs, Maybelline NY medium pink blush compact, a 16-pack of Kraft Singles American cheese, 12-Hour Children's Allegra Allergy medicine in berry flavor & Aspercreme Heat Gel.

1. Makeup compact (the audience didn't like it)- $5.51
2. Unisom- $12.39
3. Aspercreme G.- $6.79

Creamer: $2.49
Cheese: $3.89
Children's Allegra: $10.78- LOSS

Freya Peters gets the green podium second & the fifth one-bid's dealing w/ Oakley accessories- three pairs of sunglasses & three watches (Amber & Bryan, the latter of whom puts on a gold medal on the host)("Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera).

Robert: $1,299/Vincent: $1,100/Dianne: $550/FREYA: $525

ARP: $1,980

Drew puts that medal on Robert, because this Elroy, WI native may need all the luck from it playing That's Too Much for the Hyundai Sonata (Rachel at Door #3)(current truck/convertible cue by Karp, I think).

1. $13,455
2. $14,941
3. $15,690
4. $16,582
5. $17,175
6. $19,280
7. $21,060
8. $23,107- NAILED IT!

He won even though he said "That's it" & the crowd does a "USA" chant as we go to break!

The "Clock on the Wall" isn't used today, but Barbara Pye knows exactly what to do; last PUFB's a red donatienne L.A. leather bag (Rachel in front of Contestant's Row).

BARBARA: $425/Vincent: $625/Dianne: $650/Freya: $651

ARP: $899

Freya from Carmel's free to play Switch? ("Sexy & I Know It" by LMFAO) for the Panasonic 55" 3-D HDTV marked at $3,297 (Rachel) & a BOSE home entertainment center marked at $2,499 (Amber). She makes the ill-advised move of Switching...but we have a breakeven day!

SCSD #2:
Thomas ($985): 30 + Half-Dollar = $.80
Freya ($6,695): 45 + 80 = OVER BY A QUARTER
Robert ($23,635): 40 + 60 = WINS $1K & SHOWCASE BERTH!

Does Rob win some more American cash in his Bonus Spin...YES W/ THAT $25K & HE NOW HAS $49,635 IN CASH & STUFF TO HIS NAME!!!!

BACKYARD BLISS SHOWCASE ("Glad You Came" by The Wanted):
Door #3- Beachcomber Hot Tub & six-piece porch outdoor seating group (Rachel)
Door #4- Trip to Turtle Bay Resort
Door #1- Six-night African Safari from The Thornyoush Collection courtesy of South African Airways (Amber)

ROBERT PASSES TO MEGAN; MEGAN BIDS $22,253 ON BACKYARD/TRIPS SHOWCASE- POSSIBLE STAGE GARF (I doubt that covers much more than that safari)

ROBERT'S BRYAN SHOWCASE (Door #2)("Stronger" by Kelly Clarkson):
Right- Six pairs of aSICS running shoes (Bryan)
Inside- 2012 BMW 128i Coupe (Std., AT, Moonroof) w/ a year's worth of bp gasoline valued at $3,245 (Amber)

ROBERT BIDS $31,229 ON BMW SHOWCASE


Hot Door Prediction of the Day: If Robert wins at least his Showcase, both TBW & the Sonata will be behind Door #3 (just like it was over a year ago)

Also, not factoring into anyone's winnings, everybody will receive a copy of Bryan's book Redemption.

Is this the second aired episode in a row to have a non-Showcase winner win more than the day's Showcase victor, or has Robert become one of the highest winners this season (if not ever)?...



































































































































































Showcase ARPs (Drew didn't do the little prize recap for either Showcase prior to revealing their total price):
Robert: $37,125 (Difference: $5,896)
Megan: $33,844 (Difference: $11,591)

...YES- ROBERT HAS JUST BECOME THE THIRD-HIGHEST MALE DAYTIME "TPiR" WINNER EVER W/ $86,760 IN CASH & PRIZES- CONGRATULATIONS, SIR!!!!!!

FINAL MAJOR PRIZE LOCATIONS: Both of his cars are actually behind Door #2; the Hyundai's on the left. However, TBW DOESN'T appear again at all. Oh well, I guess you can't have everything.

TODAY'S PG RECORD: 3-3
TOTAL WINNINGS: $105,812

(One more thing: A message noting Bob Stewart's passing was seen just before the FreemantleMedia North American logo & the closing credits; you only saw that on TV. A tribute page is now on the show's website.)

FF: Yes, they're still here.

TODAY'S GAME: De Jesuses vs. Brewers (whose two-day cash winnings total $20,695)


R1: Name something after which you usually get hungry. First answer(s) this week:

#1: Sports/exercise (35)(Derrick)
#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:

#6:
#7:
#8:
DUD- Sleep (Rafael)

Brewers:
Michelle (a Navy Commander): Making love/sex- #2 (22)

Kim: Gardening- X
Robert: Working (all day)- #4 (10)
Mel: Shopping- BOTTOM ANSWER (3)
Derrick: Cooking- XX
Michelle: A fast- XXX

Rafael Steal (for 70): Chores/housework- ALSO NO GOOD


#3: Light meal/Chinese (11)
#5: Drinking booze (4)

OTHER BAs: Watching movie & smoking weed (3 each)

R2: Name something a bride hopes will be long. I bet I know at least one of these:


#1: Her marriage (44)(Rebecca)

#2:
#3:
#4:
#5:
#6:
#7:

De Jesuses:

Nancy (housewife): Honeymoon- #2 (30)
Kathie (a property manager in Harlem, NY): Reception line- X
Rafael (a Salsa-singing entertainer who sings a little song about this program): Veil- XX 
Rafael III: Dress- #5 (3)
Rebecca: Reception party- BA (2)
Nancy: Long sex life/sessions w/ husband- #3 (9)
Kathie: Cake- XXX

Derrick Steal (for another 88 & to stay in the early lead): Limousine- NO


#4: Groom's "pole" (7)
#6: Love/romance (2)


Double: Name something that people get removed from their body. This could get painful:


#1:

#2:
#3:

#4:
#5: Warts (8)(Kim)
TIME OVER AS SHE WAS SAYING HEART- Nancy

Brewers:

Robert: Tattoo- #2 (21)
Mel: Hair- X
Derrick: Toenail- XX
Michelle: Fat- XXX

Rafael III Steal #2 (for another 58 & to stay in first place): Tonsils- #4 (9)(146)


#1: Mole (37)

#3: Teeth (9)

Triple: Name something an auto racer hopes won't happen to him in an auto race. Start your answer engines:


#1: Crashes/get killed (76)(Kathie)
#2:
#3:
#4:


De Jesuses:

Rafael Sr. (after Steve pulls out this yellow thing from this family member's suit & they say "Wepa", also the title of a recent Gloria Estefan song that features Pharrell Williams): Flat tire- #2 (12)
Rafael III: Lose the race- #4 (2)
Rebecca: Gets pulled over by the cops/police- X
Nancy: Run out of gas- WIN (6)(434)

FAST MONEY: The new champions' girlfriend Iliana & her doggus are in their Comfort INN Home Town Family Moment.

1. Male or female, which airline do you think has the best-looking flight attendants?

2. Name something people remove their glasses to do.
3. About how many times per day do you burp?
4. Name a big animal w/ a short tail.
5. Name something people have in their den.

Rafael III:

1. JetBlue- 4
2. Read- 14
3. Four- 16
4. Cat- DUD
5. TV- 36
TOTAL- 70

Nancy:

1. AmericanAirlines- 17
2. Wipe tears away- 9
3. Five- 19
TOTAL- 115 ($575)

#1s:
1. Southwest Airlines

2. Clean them
3. Three
4. Elephant

WoF: This was the first week taped from the Oregon Convention Center.

$1K T-U: On the Map

_ H _ / P A _ _ _ _ C

_ O R T _ _ _ S _

Before Vanna started the random letter process, I thought it might've been NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. As it is, Scott knows that Portland, OR is in THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Let's meet tonight's puzzle solvers:

Scott Dees (Cedar Hills, OR; originally from MT)- A clinical research associate for a cardiovascular device company who likes to hunt & fish
Matt Frisbie (home; moved from WI in a cheese truck five years ago)- A store manager for a worldwide retailer
Dani Kopf (home)- A licensed massager who performs musical theatre

$2K T-U: Things

_ _ _ L S / O F

_ _ _ / T R _ D E

Monday's Featured Trip: Brendan Worldwide Vacation to England courtesy of Hotwire.com ($6,180)
Monday/Wendesday/Friday Gift Tag: jura coffee package

Eggland's Best Jackpot Round: Phrase
Maingame Category Wipe of the Week: Deer


She starts off the letter-calling w/ two T's for $1,100 (one at the end of each of the first two lines of the puzzle) & three R's to make that $2K, then she buys six E's & an A to fill out the last word of this solution (ARE) before calling the $600 V & the two C's for the holiday & we have...

C _ _ E / _ _ T

C _ _ E / _ _ T

_ _ E R E V E R

_ _ _ / A R E

...her telling Pat "COME OUT, COME OUT, WHEREVER YOU ARE" to win that trip & another $2,100 in potential spending money.

PERFECT ROUND
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $6,450

Current Scores:

Scott: $1K/Matt: $0/Dani: $10,280 in cash & England

Mystery Round: Same Letter


Scott
starts by calling for an R worth six bills & the $550 S at the end, buying an E at the end of the first line & one I in both lines & then Bankrupting out next to $3.5K to lose his remaining 650 bucks. Secondly, Matt scoops up a $300 T & then calls a couple of L's while on the Mystery Wedge in between Free PLAY & Lose a Turn. He gives back $2K to take the gamble...& the $10K's on the back side! Following that is N for negative, however, while on the blue 1/2 KIA. Third, Dani FPs the A, calls the twin P's for $1,600 & here's the board...

_ A _ _ R I T E

_ L I P - _ L _ P S

...her FAVORITE FLIP-FLOPS add onto her current winnings.

SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND:
$500 N (Matt)
SOLE BANKRUPT OF THE ROUND: Scott

Current Scores:


Scott: $1K/Matt: $0/Dani: $11,880 in cash & vacation


Prize Puzzle Round: Event

Matt's
road has coming at him right away a $450 T, three A's but then the LaT. Dani secondly puts in three N's & two S's for $300 a pop, an I, two O's, $7K worth of double D's & the sole dud vowel on the board (E). Third for Scott are a $300 G, two R's for that Million Dollar Wedge & a $450 B, then...

S T A N D I N G / _ _

O N / A / S _ R _ B O A R D

...he adds $750 to his till & will be STANDING UP ON A SURFBOARD in the middle of his $6,300 Pleasant Holiday to the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa.

SOLE DUD OF THE ROUND:
E (Dani)
SOLE LaT OF THE ROUND: Matt

TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: GB1108432 (Gail B.)

Current Scores:

Scott: $8,050 in cash & Hawaii MDW/Matt: BAD LUCK/Dani: $11,880 in cash & England


$3K T-U: What Are You Doing? (one-wordy alert)

D _ Y _ _ _ A M I _ G

Scott's NOT DAYDREAMING- for real, he's pulled within $830 of first.

Last Chance Round: Food & Drink

Consonants are worth $1.5K; this game is still up for the taking. After a B call as in Bobby...

B _ T T _ R S _ _ T _ _

_ _ _ _ _ N _

...Matt avoids being gooseegged w/ $6K due to some BUTTERSCOTCH PUDDING; in addition to his $1M opportunity, Scott misses out on $3K additional.

Final Scores:

Scott: $11,050 in cash & HI/Matt: $6K/Dani: $11,880 in cash & U.K.

GT: $28,930

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: $650

Maxwell House Regular BR #157: That '12 Nissan LEAF wasn't won last week, but maybe this '12 Chevy Volt will. Dani spins the A in GAME.

Prompt: Person


The last three letters in the first word are lit by Ms. White from the get-go:

_ _ _ _ _ T E R

_ _ _ _


HCPO are all there...

C O _ P _ T E R

_ H _ _


...but COMPUTER TECH & COMPUTER CZAR are both incorrect. Because she definitely didn't prove to be a COMPUTER WHIZ, she's not adding the $30K & is out w/ $11,880 in cash & vacation.


We then see Vanna's visit to Voo Doo Doughnuts before handing Pat a "Wheel"-shaped doughnut to close this show.

TS: The second half of their second season begins w/ the NJ vs. NY rivalry.

What You Know Results:

1. Tim d. Ciara (first Q was a stumper)
2. Daniel d. Patricia
3. Emily d. Myrella
4. Daniella l. Max (their first Q stumped them)
5. Raphael l. Omar (they both got their first query incorrect)
6. Alexa d. Jovany ("The Amazing Race" was the answer to their Q!)
7. Andrew l. Shakima
8. Joshua l. Kevin S. (they were stumped on their first Q)
9. Nicole l. Kevin M. (an MMA guy)

Extra Credit #11
(Breanne vs. Lacretia)(Nintendo Wii): Before her appearances in films like "Hairspray" & "Easy A", what actress headlined the nickelodeon sketch comedy show "The Amanda Show"?

Breanne: Amanda Wilson
Lacretia: Amanda Bynes

What You Should Know:

Kevin S. vs. Max: Which war saw more American deaths than any other because both sides in the conflict were American?

Max: The Civil War

Alexa vs. Omar: The nucleus of an atom's made up of protons, which have a positive charge & what particles which have NO charge?

Alexa: Neutrons

Lacretia vs. Emily: What classic holiday tale by Charles Dickens was about Ebenezer Scrooge being visited by ghosts of his past, present & future?

Emily: A Christmas Carol

Tim vs. Shakima: In 1826, Noah Webster published the first American edition of what kind of reference book?
Tim: Dictionary

Kevin M. vs. Daniel: Which U.S. President addressed The Great Depression w/ an economic program known as The New Deal?

Daniel: FDR

WTH Topics: Nations of the World & Muppets on "Sesame Street"

Torture: Snow globe (w/ styrofoam peanuts acting as the snow)

Results:

Alexa: 16
Daniel: 19
Emily: 13- PEOPLE'S CHAMP
Max: 10
Tim: 23- WINNER

WHAT YOU THINK #11:


1. What color do you wear most frequently?

Tim: White- 9%
Emily: Blue- #1 (29%; #2 was black w/ 19% & #3 was pink w/ 17%)

2. What grade was the year of school that you most enjoyed?
Tim: Senior (12th)- #1 (25%)

Emily: Eighth- #3 (13%; #2 was 11th at 15%)

3. What's the most ticklish spot on the body?

Emily: Stomach- #3 (15%)
Tim: Armpit- 13% (#1 was sides w/ 25% & #2 was the feet at 20%)

4. Aside from facebook, what one website do you visit more than any other?
Emily: twitter- WIN (16%)
Tim: Google- #2 (13%)

FQ: According to the guys, how many minutes does it take you to get ready for school in the morning?
Emily: 10
Tim: 30


TNG: The final week of the current season gets started as these couples enter the studio:

Lewis & Kim (who once took turns on a stripper pole)
Hirak & Millie (who were married in an India-themed ceremony w/ 500 friends)
Andrew & Jenell (who've been married for almost a yr.)

R1:
1. If your wife's breasts were eyes on a face, would that face be surprised, slightly sad or focused?
2. Hey, lucky you- it's your birthday & your wife's present to you is a gettin' busy session in any position you want, so what do you choose?
3. "If your wife starred in a motorcycle gang in the style of Hell's Angels, given where she spends most of her free time, it would be called _____'s Angels."

LEWIS & KIM:
1. Surprised- SURPRISED (5)
2. Her on top- HER ON TOP (10)
3. Couch- RUN-AROUND

HIRAK & MILLIE:
1. Surprised- SURPRISED (5)
2. Doggy style- SPOONING
3. Bed- BEDROOM (10)

ANDREW & JENELL:
1. Surprised- FOCUSED
2. Her on top- HER ON TOP (5)
3. Internet- BATHROOM

SECOND HONEYMOON: Smugglers Cove

R2:
1. If a coach popped into your bedroom to give your husband pep talk, would he say "Put some hustle into it", "Get your head into the game" or "The show ain't over until the fat lady sings"?
2. "I could write a novel about my husband, but his private ritual of _________________ is stranger than fiction."
3. The first time he met your family, was your husband dressed for a night at the opera, a night out w/ the boss or a night in w/ Chinese food?
30-POINT BQ: When making a pros & cons list about your husband, at the top of your pros list would be what & the #1 con would be what?

KIM & LEWIS:
1. "Get your head..."- YES (20)
2. Doing his hair- LEAVING A WHITE STAIN AFTER DROPPING SOME SALINE SOLUTION
3. Boss- BOSS (30)
BONUS: Fun & forgetful- SPONTANEOUS & FORGETFUL (45)

MILLIE & HIRAK:
1. "Put some hustle..."- YES (20)
2. Sleepwalking- GETTING WAXED
3. Boss- BOSS (30)
BONUS: Sense of humor & gives her nicknames that she doesn't like- SENSE OF HUMOR & DRINKING TOO MUCH (45)

JENELL & ANDREW:
1. "Get your head..."- YES (15)
2. Playing the magic card game- GETTING READY FOR WORK
3. Chinese- BOSS
BONUS: He's her strength & bites fingernails- GOOD PROVIDER & NOT CHANGING THEIR CAT'S LITTERBOX

SUDDEN DEATH:
Lewis & Kim: 50
Hirak & Millie: 40

Consolation Prize: eBates.com

Episode #2:
Michael & Kathlinn
Jacob & Hannah (who live near a cemetery)
Brian & Barbara (who met at a bowling alley)

R1:
1. If we ran all of your wife's clothing through a sex-o-meter, which item would make it buzz the loudest?
2. If there were a daily newspaper devoted to your wife's life, what would last week's top story have been about?
3. Besides your current neighbors, who's the last person to overhear the two of you going bump in the night?

MICHAEL & KATHLINN:
1. Red slip- JEANS
2. Work- LOSING HER CELL PHONE
3. Her Aunt Rosie- ROSIE (5)

JACOB & HANNAH:
1. Thong- SOCCER SOCKS
2. Her job (two of her assistants have been fired)- DRAMA IN THE WORKPLACE (5)
3. Her mom- HER MOM (10)

BRIAN & BARBARA:
1. Boy shorts- LITTLE BOY SHORTS UNDERWEAR (5)
2. Getting prepared to come here by cleaning the house- FUN W/ THE KIDS
3. Roommate Rich- SOMEBODY IN THE CAR NEXT TO THEM

SH #2: The Buccaneer

R2:

1. If I was blindfolded, what part of your husband's body could I touch & think that he might be a woman?
2. Did your husband first win you over w/ charm, looks or booze?
3. If your husband had an orgasm punchcard & for every 10 he gives you he gets one free, how many weeks would it be before he gets his free one?
30-POINT BQ: If you needed someone famous to sing you a serenade to get you both in the mood, you would choose whom & your husband would choose whom?

KATHLINN & MICHAEL:

1. Hands- BUTT
2. Looks- CHARM
3. One- ONE (15)
BONUS: Marc Anthony & Jennifer Lopez- LADY GAGA & JAY-Z

HANNAH & JACOB:

1. Hair (including those locks)- CHEST
2. Charm- CHARM (20)
3. Two- ONE
BONUS: Jerry Garcia (both)- BRAD PITT & NATALIE PORTMAN

BARBARA & BRIAN:

1. Hands- HANDS (15)
2. Charm- CHARM (25)
3. Two- THREE
BONUS: Jason Mraz & Christina Aguilera- JESSICA ALBA & SAM CHAMPION

CP: Beyond the Rack


J!: The first three teens to compete at DAR Constitution Hall will be:

Eliza Scruton
Ben Greenho
Catherine Briley

Opening Subjects
(& I saw Harry in the front row just after Johnny introduced Alex):
THEY NAMED A SCHOOL FOR ME

BOOKS
THEME PARK FUN
ECONOMICALLY SPEAKING
BAD KISSERS
"HOLD" EVERYTHING (also the title of a short-lived GS hosted by Pat Bullard & produced by Barry & Enright)

Seven clues into this road trip, Eliza hits the Daily Double behind the $600 Books screen & both girls in this semi-final game have $1,200 each. Eliza makes it a True DD:

This H.G. Wells story says the title figure has "...googling spectacles and (a) ghastly bandaged face".

"Who is The Invisible Man?"...yeah. She's at $3,600 when halftime's called; the other two teenagers have $1,800 apiece.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Some time in the TT tapings from D.C., Alex reportedly gave away the correct response to a clue even before any player got to ring in on it, causing that clue to be thrown out in exchange for a new one.

LACH TRASH (all unattempted):
$1,400

Post-J! Round Scores:
Catherine: $6,800
Ben: $3K
Eliza: $5,200

Double J! Board:

THEATER
B.C.-ING YOU
POP CULTURE
MEDICAL CONDITIONS
THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
"V"OCABULARY

A DD is in the hands of Ben at the end of Theater w/ $7K & he's $200 ahead of Catherine; Eliza's a close third w/ $5,200. He gambles for a grand.

This long-running musical's based on a 1911 Horror novel by Gaston Leroux.


He's kicking himself on not wagering more, because he's right by saying "What is The Phantom of the Opera?" & has eight thou now. A lot more's in his score as he finds the other DD of this round under the final B.C.-ing You clue w/ $12,400; Catherine's still in front w/ $15,200 & Eliza's a more distant third at $5,600. His wager this time's $2,400.

A popular TV & movie subject, this gladiator led a slave revolt that ended w/ his death in battle in 71 B.C.

"Who is Sparticus?"...got him for $14,800.

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS OF THE ROUND: $1,200 (The Western Hemisphere)
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $4K
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $5,200

Scores Following DJ!:
Catherine: $18K

Ben: $17,600
Eliza: $6,400

CORYAT SCORES:

Catherine: $18K
Ben: $18,200
Eliza: $5,800


FINAL J! TOPIC: On the Periodic Table (this is the first time all season long that Alex has stood next to the video wall for the revealing of the FJ! clue).

Of the five elements w/ four-letter names, it's the only one that's NOT a solid at room temperature.

Eliza may have had to bet low whether her final response of "What is Neon?" is right or not...BUT SHE DOUBLES UP. Ben didn't look too happy about his late in the think music...but he's right as well to add $7,600, $25,200 total. What about Catherine...she gets the WIN w/ a $17,601 wager & a score of $35,601!

Millionaire Monday:

Official End of American Pride Week
Start of the Week's First Civilian Game


Episode ratings:

"The Newlywed Game":
6 PM: 7

6:30 PM: 6
10: "The Price is Right"

8: "Jeopardy!"
7: "Let's Make a Deal"
6: "Family Feud", "Millionaire", "The Substitute" & "Wheel of Fortune"

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