Rejected in R1: At Least $100- $600
Rejected in R2: SB (At Least $500)- MacBook Pro w/ iPad & iPhone ($3,047)
Rejected in R3: At Least $300- Luxury spa day ($2,595)
THE BIG RISK:
Suzanne: CURTAIN #3 (At Least $1K)- Game room ($6,894)
Tameka: CURTAIN #2- Giant paper airplane ($100)
For the last time without the iPads, we're playing Rock, Paper, Scissors.
RB: Linda (church lady)- ROCK
BB: Veronica (pink pajamas; chosen first)- SCISSORS
Linda might win the $16,483 Toyota Yaris (Curtain #3) if she goes for it...NO.
Noelle's Fast Deal Decision (Fall tree): BB- Louis Vuitton accessories ($2,875)($1 bankroll: $121)
Jeffrey & Sheena (who are celebrating their 2nd Anniversary) are in the Inkblot Deal.
Rejected in R1: CURTAIN #3- Strong Spa 8
FINAL D: $1.5K
SB (Tiffany)- Aquarium shoes
Martina (Hawaiian) & Joseph (No Man) take part in what should be the season's final aired Dice Duel.
Control Round Question: How many grooves are on the typical edge of a U.S. dime?
J: 121- 118
J: 6/4- $1,200 (the money text on the small turntables for the deal at this point were smaller than usual, & the ZONK graphics were yellow on a green background instead of the other way around)
M: 2/5- $400
J: 2/6- $600 ($1,800)
M: 1/5- $700 ($1,100)
J: 1/2- $2.5K ($4,300)
M: 5/1- IN THE PENALTY
M: 5/3- ELIMINATED
CURTAIN #1- Honda Civic DX-VP
(Note: The short ZONK cue was heard twice in a row.)
Billie Lou (airline lady) controls the GE at least for now.
Joanna's R (penguin)(SB): GO ($700)- Three-night family trip to the Pechanga ($5,247)
Timmie Lee's R (CURTAIN #2): GO ($800)- Dining room w/ private chef ($2,450)
Billie Lou's R (GE): GO ($1K)- ZILLION DONKEY DOLLARS ($200)
Elslyn's FD Decision (another Hawaiian): CURTAIN #3 (CH_____)- (GIANT) CHICKEN
BB (AT_____)- Honda ATV ($4,399)
THE BIG DEAL: Suzanne simply chooses DOOR #2 because I think it's about time it has at least one more BD of the Day this season...& IT IS- she's packing her bags for Hawaii ($13,045) & Morocco ($13,118)!
#1- Outdoor entertainment room w/ gardening services for a yr. ($8,144)
#3- Washer/dryer ($2,496)
The $500 Quickie Deal twitter item of the day was a cassette tape according to Jonathan, but Shelby didn't have it.
TPiR: On the contestant roster as the First Four are Jacob Spillman, Daisy Dodson, Asher King Abramson & Brandy Slampa. On offer first will be a pair of SAMSUNG mobile phones made out of corn w/ the one-year plan (ceiling platform)("Everybody Talks" by Neon Trees).
Jacob: $950/Daisy: $850/Asher: $1K/Brandy: BUCK
Asher plays That's Too Much for a Chevrolet Sonic 1LS (Manuela at Door #3)(new car cue).
4. $15,9815. $16,950- MIDDLE OUT (ARP: $15,560)
The Peanut Gallery wanted him to go at least one more; where was that $16,660 Sonic 2LS when he needed it?
Allison McCurdy takes his place in Bidder's Row & the second PUFB's the harman/kardon home theater (Gwendolyn at Door #5)(saxy main prize cue).
Jacob: $1,950/Daisy: $1,501/ALLISON: $1,250/Brandy: $1.5K
Jacob from Fulton, CA plays Most Expen$ive ("Fortune Hunter" by Edd Kalehoff) for these other movie night gifts- a leather sofa trio (Manuela), a 70" SHARP HDTV (Daniel) & that 14-ounce popcorn cart (Gwen).
TV: $3,299- MIDDLE OUT #2
The sixth called down person's Marlene Quintchett & the last IUFB this half's a six-piece Heys USA Crown XC luggage set (Daniel & Manuela behind splitting sign)("Without You" by David Guetta featuring Usher).
MARLENE: $1,200/Daisy: $8K (WILLY OF THE CENTURY)/Allison: $1,800/Brandy: BUCK
Marlene from CT gets the $500 bonus w/ her one bid down there, so she could use it as spending money on her $5,032 trip to the Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites (Gwen at Door #3)('94 Trip Cue by Edd); she's playing the Bonus Game.
(Note: As of May 21st, a new small turntable's used for the SPs in at least this Pricing Game.)
Designated SP Song of the Day: "Domino" by Jessie J
Breville electric wok ($180): LOWER- $150
Cookie cutters ($39): LOWER- $20
Espresso maker ($200): LOWER- $249
Turkey fryer ($150): HIGHER- $250
CUTTERS: BONUS- WIN!
(Note: The audience said "1, 2, 3" along w/ Drew on the final reveal- I wish they could do the same during 1/2 Off nowadays.)
SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1 (Drew's wearing a fake mustache from Stefan, who attends the University of Arkansas):
Asher ($1,340): Half-Dollar + 55 = OVER BY A NICKEL
Jacob ($2,069): WINS $1K & SHOWCASE BERTH
Marlene ($7,152): 85 + 80 = OVER
Jacob has The Big Wheel stop for his Bonus Spin on...$.30.
Once the host gives the mustache back, Henry Francovig's cued & the ladies bring out near Contestant's Row some Amanda Sterrett jewelry (& you can win some of your own on the show's website)("Love You Betta" by Neon Hitch).
HENRY: $1,200/Daisy: $1.5K/Allison: $1,550/Brandy: $2K
By being $5 off on the right side, Daisy from the Hollywood Athletic Department plays It's in the BAG (Daniel & Gwen). The groceries ("Good Feeling" by Flo Rida) are a pint of Sweet Grape Tomatoes Tomato Raisins, Sunlight OXIClean dish detergent, Cheez-Whiz, Colgate Cavity Protection toothpaste, Schift MegaRed & the Aspercreme Heat Gel. While she looks over the groceries herself, here are her guesses:
$4.99: Aspercreme G.
ONE & DONE (only the supplement was right; not too surprising, given her earlier $8K bid)
Following that fiasco, Theresa Weeks comes on down next today & here's the next GUFB, the Danby Silohouette 146-bottle wine cooler (Daniel behind rising sign)("Honestly" by Hot Chelle Rae).
Henry: BUCK/THERESA: $1,200/Allison: $1,900/Brandy: $1.5K
Texan Brandy's won the $1,700 prize, so she's the last of the FF to get on stage & she's playing any number for either a pair of Nikon COOLPIXes ("We Found Love" by Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris) or this really nice thing that matches her black T-shirt (w/ pink text on her shirt)- a 2013 Ford Mustang (Std., Prot)(Gwen on turntable)(MDS theme by Michael Karp).
1. 4- MUSTANG ($ 2 _ , _ _ 4)
2. 8- Cameras ($ _ _ 8)
3. 7- Piggy Ziffel ($ 7 . _ _)
4. 5- Cameras ($ 5 _ 8)
5. 6- MUSTANG ($ 2 _ , 6 _ 4)
6. 3- MUSTANG ($ 2 3 , 6 _ 4)
7. 9- WINS MUSTANG! ($23,694)
Left behind in Butt Bank: $7.02
The green podium then goes to Crystal Berrellessa from the front row (w/ the mustache on top of Door #6, which shows the "Clock on the Wall") & last revealed in terms of the PUFBs is a brown-mounted, stainless-steel fireplace (Gwen behind GPT)("How We Do" by Rita Ora).
Henry: $1,850/Theresa: $900/Allison: $1,801/CRYSTAL: $1,700
Henry's the other $500 wad winner of the morning! That means he'll spin TBW second after he loses a tooth, kisses Mr. Carey and plays Super Squeeze Play for a couple of VESPA LX 150 ies (Manuela at Door #3)("Turn Me On" by Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj). Board:
He removes the 5...$10,978's $400 too much.
Video Bonus: Tooth Blooper
Daisy ($1,505): WINS $1K & SHOWCASE BERTH
Henry ($2,350): H-D (& his tooth goes out again) + 15 = $.65
Brandy ($25,394): 90 + 15 = OVER BY A NICKEL
Daisy lastly hits...the $10K nickel!
SHOWCASE #1 (Door #2)("Payphone" by Marron 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa):
Left- Eight-piece swimsuit collection (Manuela)
Right- Trip to the SuperClubs Breezes Grand Resort & Spa Negril (Manuela)
Inside- Kawasaki STX-15F jet ski (Daniel)
JACOB BIDS $17.5K ON TRIP/WATERCRAFT SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIP/WATERCRAFT SHOWCASE: $19,795
DAISY'S SHOWCASE ("Starships" by Minaj):
In front of CR- iPad 3G, iPod Classic & iPod Shuffle (Gwen)
Door #4- Six-night holiday at the Parc Waikiki
Door #3- FIAT 500 Pop AT ($17,200)(Daniel)
DAISY BIDS 26 LARGE ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE
MY BID FOR TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $26,234
Jacob: $21,707 (Difference: $4,207)
Daisy: $25,820- WSD BY $180
That makes Brandy the day's top winner, sends Daisy home w/ $12,505 in cash & jewelry and makes Jacob the Showcase victor w/ $24,776 in cash & prizes.
TODAY'S FINAL RESULT: 2-4
TOTAL WINNINGS: $73,517
$1K T-U: Event
B _ _ _ / M A _ ' S
_ P _ E C _
Mike & Katie identify BEST MAN'S SPEECH. And here are our newlyweds for the night:
Mike & Katie Lane (Mechanicsville, VA)(a yr.)- He's about to finish two Liberty University degrees, while she's a 5th Grade teacher at Lakeside Elementary School; they're college sweethearts & got married in a Vegas toga party
Amber & Patrick Winslow (Lawrenceville, GA)(10 months)- She's a master country police officer near Atlanta, while he's a lead repairs electronics technician in Norcross
Elys & Kenny Perez (Philadelphia; originally from Cuba & Miami, FL)(two months)
$2K T-U: Person
_ _ _ A _ W I N _ E R
Katie solves BREADWINNER to triple their money.
Wednesday's Featured Second Honeymoon: Oceania Cruise to the Mediterranean ($9,225)
Eggland's Best Jackpot Round: Movie Quote
They get the letter-choosing started w/ the back-to-back L's at the end of the first word for $900, two S's for that cruise & a $500 T, then Mike goes for the solution...
_ ' L L / _ _ _ _
_ _ _ T / S _ _ ' S
_ _ _ _ _ _
...he nails "I'LL HAVE WHAT SHE'S HAVING" from "When Harry Met Sally" for a total this round of $10,625 in cash & voyage & $13,625 so far.
PERFECT ROUNDLEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $5,950
Mystery Round: Author/Title
The Winslows start calling an $800 T at the end, buying five E's, making the calls of two R's for $1,200 extra and three S's to pick up the blue 1/2 KIA & add $1.5K to their bank & purchasing four A's, then they call an H for the SpaFinder gift tag & we see...
_ _ _ _ _ A _
S H A _ E S _ E A R E ' S
R _ _ E _ / A _ _
_ _ _ _ E T
...her solving WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO AND JULIET to earn them $4K in money & gift card.
PERFECT ROUND #2
M & K: $13,625 in cash & cruise/A & P: $4K in cash & tag (1/2 KIA)/E & K: $0
Prize Puzzle Round: Food & Drink
The Perezs Bankrupt on the Million Dollar Wedge's left side automatically. Secondly, The Lanes find nothing by calling for an L while on the other 1/2 KIA. Third, The Winslows get a $450 S to begin the second word out of three, two E's but then the Lose a Turn. Fourth, Elys & Kenny spin up the Bankrupt next to top dollar. Next, The Lanes put up a $500 N at the end of the first word & an O before having the most recent fate as The Perezes. Once The Winslows call two $500 T's, they can pick up the other 1/2 KIA & say an I and half a dozen R's for 4,800 more bucks...now, to the board...
_ R O _ E N
S T R _ _ _ E R R _
_ _ R _ _ R I T _
...a FROZEN STRAWBERRY MARGARITA is on us- they've won the $15K KIA Soul, another $5,750 & the $5K mystery trip to the Hawks Cay Island Resort, Martina & Villas in FL!
SOLE DUD: $500 L (Mike & Katie)
SOLE LaT: Amber & Patrick
BANKRUPTS: 3 (two by Elys & Kenny, Mike & Katie)
TONIGHT'S SPIN ID: PH9878727 (Phill J.)
M & K: $13,625 in cash & trip/A & P: $29,750 in cash & stuff/E & K: TOUGH LUCK
WHEEL Deals! Wednesday Offer of the Week: $20 BabyAge.com voucher for half that; use the SonyCard & it's only $8
$3K T-U: Fun & Games
_ I _ _ _ B _ C K
_ _ D _
The Lanes blank out on their T-U Sweep bid.
_ I _ _ Y B _ C K
_ _ D E
The Winslows get on a PIGGYBACK RIDE to jump to $32,750.
Their first letter in this round is F for flunk. Second, The Perezs insert a couple of $500 T's, the same quantity of O's, a $500 N, vowel singletons of A (at the start) & U, a $550 F & the other letters the vowel department has to offer (a couple E's & an I), followed by triple L's for $900 more &...
A / L I T T L E
_ U N _ L E / O F / _ O _
...A LITTLE BUNDLE OF JOY adds another $300 to their winnings for this puzzle & they're on the board.
SOLE DUD: $500 F (Amber & Patrick)
M & K: $13,625 in cash & travel/A & P: $32,750 in cash & merchandise/E & K: $2K
R5: Show Biz
They start this next board off as well, first w/ the $600 T at the second word's ending, an E to end the top word, a Free PLAY I but then N for negative & we hear the Speed-Up Bell...
_ _ _ E
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T
...which means the rest of the consonants are worth $1,800 a pop. After Mike calls the L...
L I _ E
_ R _ _ _ C _ S T
...on this not-so LIVE BROADCAST, he wins another $3,600 for his team.
SOLE DUD (before Final Spin): $300 N (Elys & Kenny)
M & K: $17,225 in cash & cruise/A & P: $32,750 in cash & prizes/E & K: $2K
TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH: $250
Maxwell House Regular BR #179: Amber's BR envelope spin lands on the N of SPIN.
This biggie starts w/ this layout:
_ _ _ T E / _
_ _ _ _ L _ _ E N T
HDMA have Vanna get lit...
_ _ _ T E / A
_ _ M _ L _ M E N T
...I would've given them QUITE A COMPLIMENT had they not lost this- the $50K. At least they have $32,750 in cash & stuff.
Ernest Nino-Murcia (originally from Iowa City)- Court interpreter
Regina MacDowell (Nineveh, PA)- Ecclesiastic glass artist & housing counselor
CHAMPION: Claudia Gray (whose three-day cash winnings total $45,202)
SOUNDS LIKE A NOBLE GAS, MAN
Regina chooses the Video Daily Double under the $1K International Geographic answer w/ $3,400, followed by Ernest w/ $2K & Claudia w/ 1/10 his early score. Regina goes for the face value of this clue from Kelly Miyahara:
Once claimed in its entirety by Nicaragua, this coastal region named for its indigenous people was split in 1960 by the International Court of Justice, w/ the northern area goes to Honduras.
"What is the Mosquito Coast?"...& she now has $4,400. She's got $4,600 at the first break & is in Lock Game Territory; Claudia's multiplied her previous $200 by five.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $800 (Sounds Like a Noble Gas, Man)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $1K (Sounds Like a Noble Gas, Man)
TOTAL LACH TRASH: $1,800
Next on the Subject List:
HOLLYWOOD FAMILY VALUES
BORN & DIED: AUTHORS EDITION
FATS & OILS
EVERY OTHER LETTER
Ernest's almost in LGT himself w/ $12,200 by the time he grabs a DD at the end of Born & Died: Authors Edition, since Regina's improved to $6,600 & Claudia's down to $2,600. For an extra three $1K bills, here's his clue:
Born 1894, became Hellman's man in 1930, case solved for good '61.
"Who is (Agatha) Christie?"...incorrect. By not knowing Dashiell Hammett, down to $9,200 he's going. Another $2K answer, this one in Fats & Oils, has the last DD in play of the match & it's found by Regina at the $9K mark; Ernest has 12 (thus a $3K lead) & Claudia currently has $3,400. On this bit of info, Regina also risks its face value.
Fast consist mainly of these compounds, defined as one glycerol molecule & three molecules of fatty acids.
She's honest enough to say "I have no idea"; those are triglycerides & she's back to seven grand. The time's up beeps sound before we can view either of the last two clues from Every Other Letter.
ATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $1,600
UNATTEMPTED LACH TRASH: $5,200
TOTAL DJ! LACH TRASH: $6,800
Scores After Double J!:
Claudia: $5K- REIGN OVER
FINAL J! CATEGORY: The Presidency.
Between Jan. 1, 1841 & Dec. 31, 1850, the U.S. had this many Presidents, the most in a 10-yr. period.
Response: "What is 5?"
BUSTED (she leaves w/ $47,202)
Response: SAME AS CLAUDIA
BUSTED (she leaves w/ $2K)
Response: "What is four?" (originally three; the right number was six)
Wins crown w/: $11,599
7: "Let's Make a Deal", "The Price is Right" & "Wheel of Fortune"