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"Episode 2.46" - February 18

Last time, Kate Miller turned $75 into $109,000. Next, Cheryl Clarke continues her game with the family she never knew watching.

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8

Cheryl's Case

After a quick "Chando" (which means turn around)... Two more cases must be played...

22

$75,000

24

$1,000

There's a one-in-six chance at $300,000. The banker weighs all of the odds together and comes up with this...

BANK OFFER
$57,000

 

$ 5 $ 50,000
$ 200 $ 100,000
$ 300 $ 300,000

There's a safety net in play still. NO DEAL. One more case.

15

Cheryl's birthday...

"It could be worse." $100,000. Easy for you to say.

Safety net is now gone. This is all going to be gut as the banker offer...

BANK OFFER
$51,000

 

$ 5 $ 50,000
$ 200 $ 100,000
$ 300 $ 300,000

Cheryl comes from a family of risk-takers. "The $300,000 is in my case. No deal."

One more case...

4

After the break... "I think you're going to need to see this one." $300

Alrighty. Now we have a 75% at $300,000. Bank offers...

BANK OFFER
$78,000

 

$ 5 $ 50,000
$ 200 $ 100,000
$ 300 $ 300,000

The family feels good about Cheryl going on. How does Cheryl feel?

Good as well. No deal! One more case...

26

... I can't tell who's shouting, but it's good... $200

After all of that... after all of that... the banker chimes with... an offer that makes one girl cry.

BANK OFFER
$118,000

 

$ 5 $ 50,000
$ 200 $ 100,000
$ 300 $ 300,000

"My mama didn't raise no fool." But what does that mean? It means... DEAL for $118,000!

But was it the right decision? Hayley had... $5. Bank offer would've been.... $172,000. In Cheryl's case...

$300,000

8

Cheryl's Case

She was right. Cheryl did have the big money.

Next in the deal is ... TONY KOLTON. This big guy is from Chicago, the greatest city in the world, where he's a new father.

Tony, after watching the game a long time, picks an irrelevant number... #19 for the drunk in Chicago.

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19

Tony's Case

Now for the sobering task of opening six cases to start.

1

Last time, the big money. Today... $10.

He got the number from a fortune cookie.

9

$1,000

21

$500

26

$5

6

$100

2

$25,000

Still, potatoes.

Tony looks like Babe Ruth. I would've guessed... yeah, Fred Flintstone. Or Jackie Gleason. Okay, first offer of the game is... the highest first offer ever.

BANK OFFER
$80,000

 

$ .01 $ 1,000
$ 1 $ 5,000
$ 5 $ 10,000
$ 10 $ 25,000
$ 25 $ 50,000
$ 50 $ 75,000
$ 75 $ 100,000
$ 100 $ 200,000
$ 200 $ 300,000
$ 300 $ 400,000
$ 400 $ 500,000
$ 500 $ 750,000
$ 750

$ 1,000,000

That's a first offer! But it's not gonna cut it. NO DEAL! Five more.

7

Lucky to some, absolutely BANOODLES! to Tony.

20

$100,000

13

Unlucky to some, absolutely meaningless to Tony.... $200

5

$300

12

$400

Five meaningless picks later, and Tony's still in the driver's seat. How good will this second offer be? Another record...

BANK OFFER
$153,000

 

$ .01 $ 1,000
$ 1 $ 5,000
$ 5 $ 10,000
$ 10 $ 25,000
$ 25 $ 50,000
$ 50 $ 75,000
$ 75 $ 100,000
$ 100 $ 200,000
$ 200 $ 300,000
$ 300 $ 400,000
$ 400 $ 500,000
$ 500 $ 750,000
$ 750

$ 1,000,000

Today on the sidelines are Tony's younger brother, Auntie Pam, and mama Leslie. With a more or less 50/50 chance at six figures, Tony wants to see if he can get three records in a row tonight. NO DEAL.

Four more numbers that mean absolutely nothing.

18

$50

25

$750.....,000.

8

$75,000

11

Katie's from Chicago, too...

$1.

$750,000 was a big amount. Might not get the record, but the offer will still be pretty much decent. After a staredown...

BANK OFFER
$169,000

 

$ .01 $ 1,000
$ 1 $ 5,000
$ 5 $ 10,000
$ 10 $ 25,000
$ 25 $ 50,000
$ 50 $ 75,000
$ 75 $ 100,000
$ 100 $ 200,000
$ 200 $ 300,000
$ 300 $ 400,000
$ 400 $ 500,000
$ 500 $ 750,000
$ 750

$ 1,000,000

As long as the million is still alive, Tony'll play on. No deal!

Tony needs more support... How about Dick Butkus and Scottie Pippen? Both Chicago sports greats are on hand tonight for a quick meet-and-greet before joining the sidelines.

14

This is for Butkus...

$1,000,000... Fumble.

17

$400,000

10

$75

Aside from those two big cases, there's still a net in play, so it's all good. The banker... drops the offer, though.

BANK OFFER
$94,000

 

$ .01 $ 1,000
$ 1 $ 5,000
$ 5 $ 10,000
$ 10 $ 25,000
$ 25 $ 50,000
$ 50 $ 75,000
$ 75 $ 100,000
$ 100 $ 200,000
$ 200 $ 300,000
$ 300 $ 400,000
$ 400 $ 500,000
$ 500 $ 750,000
$ 750

$ 1,000,000

The support say that Tony's playing well enough to continue. They're right. Tony needs to relax. But it's getting harder, as the numbers start to mean something... so he deals for $94,000.

That's a bit of a shocker due to his great board. Next round.. Keltie had $10,000. Brooke had $500,000. The bank would've offered... Well, I don't know, because that's when the DVR kicks off. Well, if anyone can fill in the blanks, drop me a line. Meanwhile, we've got a new player next time.

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