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"Episode 2.13" - October 13

Last time, Mark Williams turned $10,000 into $105,000. Now with PJ Dykes in the deal, having already turned down an offer for a tractor of her dreams, is the banker ready to call it quits? To recap, PJ holds case #4...

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4

PJ's Case

And still in play, two of the big seven, including $1 million.

15

$50,000

A big bank offer is only going to get bigger until PJ goes away.

BANK OFFER
$321,000

 

  $ 1,000
  $ 25,000
  $ 50,000
  $ 75,000
  $ 400,000
  $ 1,000,000

If she takes the offer, $321,000 is hers, but if she says no deal, then she must open one more case, but she still has two big amounts left, and two small amounts as well. Sister Sherri says deal. Dad says deal.

It's still a lot of money to turn down... 

DEAL for $321,000! That'll buy you a pretty loaded tractor. But could she have gotten more?

Stacey had $25,000. Bank would've offered $511,000. Megan A. had $400,000. Banker would've given $551,000 for it. In PJ's case...

$1,000

4

PJ's Case

A good deal! Could've been more, but hey, that's how you play the game.

Next up, JIM MAIDA. This Middletown, NJ mailman has been married 25 years. He's here because he's ready for Kristin, his 24-year-old daughter, to move out.

Jim makes his first move with route 12 for 12 years. Case 12 it is. Jill delivers... with no stamp.

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12

Jim's Case

You know the game by now. We start with six.

11

$25,000

13

BANOODLES!

And it seems that Leyla is dumbfounded.

19

$750,000

6

$1,000,000

"I'm so sorry..."

15

$10

16

$200,000

Three of the big seven are gone... But $500,000 is still in play. The banker's first offer...

BANK OFFER
$7,000

 

$ .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

"NO DEAL!"

Five more cases...

22

$100,000

24

$750

17

"Oh yeah."

$1

20

She pushes to the left a little bit. And it works.

$75

26

$100

A better round. Still not a great round. But now Jim's delivering, which means that the Banker has to deliver.

BANK OFFER
$28,000

 

$ .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

Michelle (wife), Kristin (daughter, who thinks this is ridiculous), and Carmine (family on Jimmy's route) are on hand. $28,000 could get Kristin out of the house, but the wife wants a trip to Curacao as well. NO DEAL.

Four to go.

18

"Not  so bad."

$75,000

7

$500,000

1

$300

2

$5,000

It was a so-so round. Jim thinks the offer will stay the same. The banker... went down.

BANK OFFER
$22,000

 

$ .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

Not even an option. NO DEAL.

Three to open.

3

No pressure.

$10,000

8

$25

14

"Give me five..."

Times 80. $400

We may have turned a corner here. The bank offers...

BANK OFFER
$49,000

 

$ .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

"We can do this." NO DEAL.

Two more.

25

$50

9

$300,000

One on each side. Now you have to think about the $400,000. Will Jim risk it? After the models reenter in mail uniforms (C-Note: There's a racy joke in there somewhere), the bank offers...

BANK OFFER
$39,000

 

$ 5 $ 1,000
$ 200 $ 50,000
$ 500 $ 400,000

He's got a better shot at opening another small amount, but he only has one big one. Will he risk it? The sidelines want another go. "I gotta look at these girls a little bit longer. NO DEAL".

21

Game over.

$400,000

The banker offers...

BANK OFFER
$8,000

 

$ 5 $ 1,000
$ 200 $ 50,000
$ 500 $ 400,000

A 20% chance at $50,000. Let's play the board out. NO DEAL.

5

"Got a delivery for you."

$1,000

Now a 25% chance at $50,000. The bank offer...

BANK OFFER
$13,000

 

$ 5 $ 1,000
$ 200 $ 50,000
$ 500 $ 400,000

Everyone says to deal now. Done. DEAL for $13,000.

Lindsay S had $200. Offer would've been $19,000. Aubrie had the $50,000. Jim had...

$500

12

Jim's Case

Needless to say, a good deal.

Next, TAMMY FULLER, a big time Jets fan. "The West Coast Jets fan." She's from Visalia, where she works in daycare. She's also a big time fantasy football player, having won her league. So there you go. It's game time. She wants money for a tattoo of this show.

Tammy chooses #8, because there isn't a #28 for Curtis Martin.

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8

Tammy's Case

Let's get into it. We start with six.

14

BANOODLES!

11

$25,000

22

$300

18

$50

12

$75,000

15

"I'm hoping for ya."

$200

Good first round. The Bank offers...

BANK OFFER
$28,000

 

$ .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

Favorite number, but still... "No deal". The big seven are still in play. But for how long? We'll find out next time. See you then.

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