Tuesday, March 05, 2013

3/5/2013 Results

LMaD:

R1 (Courtney Moore, a kids' party planner & actress dressed as a skunk):
Blake (a real-estate broker & aspiring author dressed as a Mardi Gras King): CURTAIN #1- Typhoon scooter
Lita (a caretaker dressed as a green crayon): GE- $2K

R2 (Blake):
Courtney: SE- $1,800
Lita: SB- SAMSUNG android tablet (CT: $2,550)

R3 (Lita):
Courtney: CURTAIN #2- Home office electronics (CT: $4,830)
Blake: BE- $2.5K (CT: $5,789)

TBR (CURTAIN #3): NOBODY- '13 Nissan Versa

Ashley plays Money in the Bank.

Retail price of first ski-doo snowmobile sold in '60
Top advertised ticket price of Celine Dion's '13 Las Vegas show
In the "Peanuts" comics, Lucy's advertised cost for psychiatric help
Price of one share of Walmart stock at its initial public offering in '70
Amounts Available: $1,095, $250, $16.5 & NICKEL

GUESSES:
ski-doo: $1,095- $250
Celine: $250- $1,095
Lucy: NICKEL- NICKEL
Walmart: $16.5- $16.5

$1K BAILOUT

#5- DOUBLE (#3: x5)

TODAY'S BD VALUE: $24,205

Timothy's FD Decision (an EMT dispatcher dressed as a Game Boy): BB- Trip to Spain ($12,368)(CURTAIN #2: ZONKY-ZONKY Bang-Bang car)

PD

Raquel (Air Force reserve) plays Strike a Match.

1. #9: $2K
2. #18: $2K
3. #2: #3
4. #3: #3- '13 MAZDA2
5. #1: ZONK- DEAL OVER

$500- #4 & #13
$1K- #6 & #19
$1.5K- #11 & #21
SB- #5 & #24
SE- #7 & #16
#1- #10 & #14

Jessica (Medusa) & Anthony (statue) are Tues.'s featured couple (they've been together for six yrs.).

Rejected in R1: $5 BANKROLL- $1,305 (13 Benjamins on inside)
Rejected in R2: RB (portable)- DUD handbags
Rejected in R3: GB (fly)- Five-night trip to the Marriott St. Kitts Resort & The Royal Beach Casino ($6,204)
FR: CURTAIN #3- BUSTED Buick

Diana's SE Guess (Katy Perry & Lady GaGa)(choose the artist w/ more Billboard Hot 100 hits to double the $500): Katy- $1K
FD (she's dressed as a cowgirl): CURTAIN #2- Home theater ($3,548)

PD #2

BD #108 (Timothy):

SD (#1): AXT-25 home gym
MD (#2): Living room ($5,198)- GAME OVER
BD (#3): Trip to Treasure Island & Chevrolet Spark w/ luggage & $3K

AIRED QDs:
Mary (the bug whisperer): Fly swatter for $100 or bug spray for $200- NEITHER
Yui (waitress): Drinking straw ($500)(Jonathan)- FOUND
Willie: Glasses case ($100)(Tiffany)- NO
Neda: After picking number from 1-100, find that many cents; she chose 99 ($100)(Jonathan)- SORRY

TPiR FF: Candace Hadley, Joseph Citizen, Caitlin Albert & Jiaconda Raudale
IUFB #1: deni small appliances (Rob in clam)

JIACONDA: $850/CAITLIN: $575/JOSEPH: $400/CANDACE: $650

ARP: $1,070

Jiaconda from Corona, CA plays the Bargain Game ("Fortune Hunter") for the SAMSUNG 46" 3-D HDTV (Manuela) & an iMac (Amber).

iMAC ($1,779): $2,279 ($500)
SAMSUNG ($1,499): $2,999 ($1.5K)- WIN!

PCH PRIZE PATROL LOCATION OF THE DAY: Door #3

5. Sharon Spanberger (VA tye-dye shirt)
IUFB #2: AT480 treadmill (Rob behind splitting sign)

SHARON: $1,650/Caitlin: $950/Joseph: $1K/Candace: $1,200

ARP: $1,699

Sharon plays Cliff-Hangers for flowers, movie tickets & groceries for a yr. worth $5,851 (Amber).

SPs (Manuela):
Bacon press: $15
Hair dryer: $35
Pitcher: $52- $40

Rob has some "flowers" at the end for her.

6. Alan Sihoe
IUFB #3: BlackBerry w/ one-yr. plan (Manuela inside CR)

ALAN: $840/Caitlin: $825/Joseph: $999/Candace: $900

ARP: $1,420

Joseph (a handbag seller from Orange County) plays the Money Game for a Scion tC (Std., Knob, Net)(Rob):

(83)(41)(96)
(34)(19)(78)
(18)(57)(20)

1. 19-
2. 18- $ (37)
3. 20- FRONT ($ 2 0 , 6 _ _)
4. 57- $ (94)
FINAL PICK: 83- LOSS (177)($20,634)

SCSD #1:
Joseph ($1,597): 30 + 60 = $.9
Sharon ($7,640): NICKEL + 90 = $.95
Jiaconda ($26,348): 15 + 40 = $.55

(Note: Jiaconda's been unemployed for a yr.)

7. Tatum Brimmer
IUFB #4: His/her Burberry trenchcoats (Rob & Amber behind rising sign)

Alan: $650/Caitlin: $1,600/TATUM: $1,200/Candace: $4K

ARP: $2,395


Caitlin (who celebrated a birthday recently) plays Squeeze Play for a six-night trip to The Hotel Wolcott (Manuela):

71921

REMOVAL CHOICE: 1- WIN!

8. Marilyn Holtby
IUFB #5: Big Green Egg (Amber at Door #5)

Alan: $1,400/MARILYN: $1,695/Tatum: $1,100/Candace: $675

Alan wins that $1,414 thing & Scott Hostetler might say "Hong Kong, all right!" at the TV right now because Alan's from that country; he plays LINE 'em UP for the KIA Rio AT (Std., Mats, Net, Sealer)(Amber):

1
?- $659, assorted camcorders (Rob)
?- $28, PAC-MAN clock
?- $649, novara Spam X-5 ladies' mountain bike (Manuela)
6

1. $16,896 (he originally considered $15K+)
FA: $15,846 (originally $15,296)- WIN!

FINAL PLAYER: Blaine Marcy (& Candace has the last-bid adv.)
FINAL IUFB: Four pieces of CHiKaHiSa StuDiO bronze & stone jewelry (ladies w/ JB)(you can win a piece on the show's site)

BLAINE: $900/Marilyn: $999/Tatum: $500/Candace: $1K

ARP: $1,008- Candace's out of the row!


This Temecula hostess & SDSU News Team student plays It's in the BAG w/ the following- Liquic-Plumr Urgent Clear, Heinz Cocktail Sauce, the tube of Gold Bond Ultimate lotion, Schiff Move Free, Nestle Nutrition Carnation Breakfast Essentials & a can of Pedigree country stew dog food (Rob & Amber). Candace places her guesses herself:

$1.59: Pedigree
$31.99: Schiff
$2.49: Heinz
$5.79: G-B
$3.99: Carnation

WINS $4K

SCSD #2:
Candace ($5,008): 20 + 30 = H-D
Caitlin ($10,316): TWO 45s = $.9
Alan ($18,596): NICKEL + 40 = $.45

SHOWCASE #1 (Door #2):
Left (Sugar)- Sephra chocolate fountain (Amber)
Right (Spice)- Six-night trip to the Ritz Carlton Istanbul (Amber)
Inside (Nice)- '13 Ford focus S (Manuela)("Pay the Rent")

SHARON BIDS $27,436 ON TURKEY/FORD SHOWCASE (ARP: $37,517)(Diff.: $10,081)

MY BID FOR SUGAR, SPICE & NICE SHOWCASE: $31,333

CAITLIN'S "GRANDEUR SHOWCASE":
Right of Door #1- Confidence golf equipment (Rob)
Inside- Four-night trip to The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort (Rob)
Door #3- Compact Yachts Legacy (Manuela)

CAITLIN BIDS $32.5K ON S.C./YACHT SHOWCASE- OVER (ARP: $26,745)

MY BID FOR "GRANDEUR SHOWCASE": $24,222

Sharon didn't win any money for her very fine effort this morning, but she does have $45,157 in prizes.

TODAY'S PG RESULTS- 4-1-1
TOTAL WINNINGS- $107,022

Millionaire: Another Virginian's competing on TV today- Navy Captain Cynthia Womble from Norfolk.

Pre-Randomized Categories: Hungry Heathens, Up in Da Club, Pinball Wizard, Time to Party, Sing for a Spell, Bush Abroad, Hollywood Remedy, Doll Talk, Go Team & My Bad Memoir
TT: Up in Da Club, Hungry Heathens, Hollywood Remedy, Pinball Wizard, Time to Party, Sing for a Spell, Doll Talk, My Bad Memoir, Bush Abroad & Go Team

1. Which of the following "clubs" is a type of evergreen plant?

A: Club Monaco
B: Club Moss
C: Club Med
D: Club Dread

JUMPS ALREADY (A: Moss, which she would've been right on)- $3K

2. Burger King once offered free sandwiches to those who unfriended 10 friends on facebook in a strange online promotion called what?

A: Whopper Sacrifice
B: Sourdough reJacktion
C: Big Mac Castoff
D: Meatball Sub Snub

AtA

A: 85%
B: 3%
C: 11%
D: 1%

FA: Whopper Sacrifice- $2K

3. W/ the aim being to dull future symptoms, Botox has been FDA-approved as a viable means of treating what ailment?

A: Asthma
B: Migraine headaches
C: Vertigo
D: Multiple personality disorder

FA: Migraine headaches- x6

4. Debuting in '47, the first pinball machine to have flippers depicted a castle wall & what nursery rhyme character?

A: Jack Sprat
B: Little Bo Peep
C: Humpty Dumpty
D: Little Miss Muffet

FA: Humpty Dumpty- $7K ($19K)

5. Launched in 2007 & made from meat broth & malt barley, non-alcoholic "Bowser Beer" is touted as the first domestic "beer" named for whom?

A: Kids
B: Turtles
C: Parrots
D: Dogs

FA: Dogs- $7K ($26K)

She has her mom Louise.

6. Besides its title, what other legal term does Tammy Wynette spell out in her '68 hit "D-I-V-O-R-C-E"?

A: "A-R-S-O-N"
B: "P-E-R-J-U-R-Y"
C: "C-U-S-T-O-D-Y"
D: "H-E-A-R-S-A-Y"

JtQ #2 (A: "C-U-S-T-O-D-Y")- $100

7. Which of the following common slang terms derives from the name of a doll that was released in the '60s?

A: John Q. Public
B: Plain Jane
C: Roger Dodger
D: Suzy Homemaker

FA: Suzy Homemaker- $500 ($26.5K)

8. Insisting he has matured over his career, who has publicly regretted dedicating his '92 memoir to a private part of his anatomy?

A: Mark Wahlberg
B: Robert Downey, Jr.
C: Ice Cube
D: Mike Tyson

FA: Tyson (A: Wahlberg, which she first eliminated)

Next's Steve Simons (a server/bartender from Northvale, NJ), who makes "The Viera" on set.

TT: Alternate Versions, Punny Jokes, Name Game, That's Hot, Fantasy Sports, Fact or Fiction, What Do You Want, Jazz Greats, Fictional Homes, We'll Drink to That

1. In anatomical terms, the song "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes" would most accurately be called "Cranium, Scapulae, Patellas..." & what?

A: Fibulas
B: Tibias
C: Mandibles
D: Phalanges

FA: Phalanges- $500

2. One of the 10 funniest jokes of last yr.'s Edinburgh Fringe Festival was the quip "I'm good friends with 25 letters of the alphabet...I don't know" what?

A: How
B: Why
C: Where
D: When

FA: "...why"- $10K ($10.5K)

3. Though it's meant to evoke the sound of a bell, may have noted that Bing's also an acronym for "But It's Not..." what?

A: Google
B: GEICO
C: Goodyear
D: Gatorade

FA: Google- $15K ($25.5K)

Q of the Day: Though it sounds like something much nastier, Crappie World is actually a magazine devoted to a type of what?

A: Computer language
B: Jewelry
C: Fish
D: Art

A: Fish

Steve brought parents Martin & Jean.

4. Which of these's the hottest?

A: Lava
B: Surface of The Sun
C: Bolt of lightning
D: Center of the Earth

JtQ (A: Lightning bolt)- BIG ONE

5. W/ "beach-ready" teams such as the Hollywood Hotties & the Orlando Lady Cats, what new sports league plans to launch this June?

A: Negligee Tennis Tour
B: Strip Dodgeball Conference
C: Bikini Basketball Association
D: See-through Softball Union

FA: BBA- $5K ($30.5K)

To Return: Archaeologists in Bulgaria recently found over 100 graves for what believed "monsters", w/ iron rods notably piercing their chests?

A: Mummies
B: Vampires
C: Zombies
D: Werewolves

FA: Vampires- $7K ($37.5K)

WoF Encore Flashback Moment: AN ONLY CHILD Triple Stumper

The Girl Scouts are in the audience again.

$1K T-U: Thing

D E S I G _ E R

_ U _ S _

Just as he runs out of time, Rob adds two letters too many w/ DESIGNER CLOTHES, so Victoria gets the money instead from a DESIGNER PURSE. Tonight's participants:

Victoria Carney (Wellington, FL)- A married paralegal w/ two daughters
Laura Hart (Norristown, PA)- An actress/singer w/ nine nieces & nephews who's a Disney fan (well, why didn't she compete on the Making Disney Memories Week that same taping week?)
Rob McCorkle (Vegas)- A law-enforcement agency consultant married to Candi who once Aussie repelled off the Hoover Dam

$2K T-U: On the Map

A _ _ A _ _ _ C

_ I _ _

Laura solves ATLANTIC CITY fairly fast.

$5K SS: RetailMeNot
Tues./Thurs. Cash GT: MyPerfectGift.com

Egg.Land's Best Jackpot R: Fun & Games

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_ _ / _ _ _ / _ _ _ _

_ _

Laura: 3 T's ($500 + 1/2 CAR next to $900), E, BANKRUPT (next to top dollar)
Rob: SAME BANKRUPT
Victoria: BANKRUPT (MDW's right side)
Laura: R ($800), OTHER BANKRUPT OF MDW
Rob: 2 S's ($550), P ($550), K ($400)
Victoria: OTHER NORMAL BANKRUPT
Laura: 2 G's ($500 via JACKPOT), 5 O's, M (FP), N ($500 via JACKPOT), F ($700)
Rob: J ($800), L ($500 + SS), 2 A's, 2 I's

G O / _ I R E _ T L _

T O / J A I L

_ O / N O T / P A S S

G O

This famous MONOPOLY saying starts w/ "GO TO JAIL..." & ends w/ "...DO NOT COLLECT $200"; he fills in the middle words of "...GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL, DO NOT PASS GO..." for $7,950 in cash & spree & he'll continue to spin.

DUDS: F (Laura), K (Rob), M (Laura)
BANKRUPTS: 5 (two by each lady)
FINAL UNCLAIMED JACKPOT CART: $11,300

Current Scores:

Victoria: $1K/Laura: $2K/Rob: $7,950 in cash & SS

Millionaire Maker Mystery R: Same Name

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _

Rob: D ($900), 2 N's ($700), 2 A's, 3 E's, S ($550), 2 R's ($600), T ($600)
Victoria: I (FP), 3 G's ($900), O (NMV), C ($500 via FP)

G R O C E R _ / A N D

S _ E E _ I N G

_ A G

She solves GROCERY AND SLEEPING BAG to retain control & another $2,950; GROCERY BAG (or something similar to that) was the bonus puzzle on 3/17/04 & a PT Cruiser was won in a TOTAL CLEAN SWEEP by Yolanda.

SOLE DUD: T (Rob)

Current Scores:

Victoria: $3,950/Laura: $2K/Rob: $7,950 in cash & shopping

Bonus Puzzle Blast from the Past #95 (S16 SP Week from Pittsburgh)(Occupation)(CMDI):

_ _ _ E R

A: BAKER (a pair of working women didn't solve it; the non-cash bonus prizes that week were a Corvette, a Mercury Mountaineer, a Dodge RAM & a boat package)

PP: What Are You Doing?

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_ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _

_ _ / _ _ _ _ _

Victoria: 3 N's ($500 + $1K BONUS), 3 I's, 2 O's, LaT
Laura: 3 G's ($550), 2 T's ($800), 2 E's, BANKRUPT (MDW's right side)(3rd tonight)
Rob: D ($350)
Victoria: 2ND LaT IN A ROW
Laura: R ($550), 3 L's ($800), 4 A's (NMV), C ($500), 3 H's ($450)

H I _ I N G

A L O N G / T H E

G R E A T / _ A L L

O _ / C H I N A

Laura's $4,550 happier & will be HIKING ALONG THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA after her $9,300 Viking River Cruise to that country courtesy of Hotwire.com.

SOLE DUD: D (Rob)
LaTs: 2 (both by Victoria)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Laura

Current Scores:

Victoria: $3,950/Laura: $15,850 in cash & cruise/Rob: $7,950 in cash & spree

$3K T-U: Person

_ I S K

T A _ _ R

Victoria the RISK TAKER's $50 shy of $7K now.

S-U: Show Biz
FS: $1,550


_ _ _ _ _ _ _ / _

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LETTERS: S, 2 N's, T, G, 2 R's

_ R _ T _ N G / _

S _ R _ _ N _ _ _ _

She might not have enough to be WRITING A SCREENPLAY, but Laura's got $6,200 extra.

Final Scores:

Victoria: $6,950/Laura: $22,050 in cash & China.Rob: $7,950 in cash & SS

GT: $36,950

TONIGHT'S BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding cardboard): $5,050

$100K BR #116: Pat's in charge of the I envelope from AMERICA'S.

Topic: Thing

Another one-wordy:

_ _ _ S T _ _ _

LAURA'S LAST LETTERS: DCMI

_ _ _ S T I C _

She doesn't even get the second part of the word; this JOYSTICK was worth $30K.

$5K SPIN ID #112: PJ9034452

Jeopardy!:

Ilene Morgan (Rolla, MO)- Mathematics professor
Drew Horwood (Minneapolis)- Business analyst
NEW CHAMP: Dylan Wint (Vegas)- Neurologist/psychiatrist

Openers:
FIRESTARTER
NEEDFUL THINGS
"IT"
CARRIE
THE SHINING
STEPHEN KING (semi-themed board)

Tight first half to this J! Rd.- Drew's the early leader w/ $2,600, followed by Dylan w/ $2,200 & Ilene w/ $2K. Shortly after the TO, Drew takes away that DD at the end of Stephen King; of his four grand, he wagers 1/4 of it (the face value).

Arnie Cunningham owns the jealous & deadly Christine, a Plymouth of this appropriate model.

"What is...uh, Rock- Plymouth Rock?"...no, it was a Fury. But he gets back to $4K at rd.'s end & will start DJ!; Dylan has $4,600 & because everybody's separated by $600 apiece, Ilene's the new leader w/ $5,200.

SOLE TS: Unattempted $800 Carrie clue

DJ! Board:
ALL ABOUT ANIMALS
TOUCHED BY AN ANGLE
IT BORDERS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
VIDEO-POURRI
MUSICALS' OPENING SONG
STARTS WITH A PIECE OF CLOTHING

Drew has his second DD appear from the $1,600 spot under It Borders the Atlantic Ocean & he has $6K; he's $400 behind Ilene for first place & Dylan's slightly dropped to $4,200. Drew wagers five bills this time out.

On its North, this African country also borders the Mediterranean.

"What is Morocco?"...he just took the lead by $100 w/ $6.5K. The $1,200 clue that has the last of the DDs is All About Animals & Ilene has it w/ $12,800 & the lead; she's $1,900 ahead of Drew & $3K over our current titleholder. For another grand:

Also called a suricate, this member of the mongoose family stands upright when watching for predators.

She misses Meerkat.

SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1,600 (Video-Pourri)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $3,600
TOTAL DJ! LT: $5,200

Post-DJ! Banks:
Dylan: $16,200
Drew: $8.5K
Ilene: $11,800

CORYAT SCORES:
Dylan: $16,200
Drew: $10,600
Ilene: $12,800

FJ! SUBJECT #122: Classic Novels.

In this novel, the title character says "It is a bad omen" after a guard doesn't hear a train & is crushed.

DREW: "What is Anna Karenina?" ($8,498) = $16,998
ILENE: SAME AS HIM ($3K) = $14,800
DYLAN: "What is Murder on the Orient Express?" ($7,400) = $8,800 (leaves w/ $8,199)

EPISODE RATINGS:

8: "Price"
7: "Deal"
6: Everything else

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