Feud by Chico Alexander and Chris
Air time: Check listings or
Host: Richard Karn
A trip to Mexico and $120,000 is on
the line as Burton welcomes us to the Feud's "Lovable Losers
Tournament!" In the first semifinal, it's the City of Oaks vs. the
(Margie, Victor, Tania, Judy, Alisha) from Raleigh,
Sarah, Alyssa, Beth, Irene) from Chicago
Round 1: a reason why
someone would leave a house through a window (6). Janice
gets #4, a locked door. Sarah sneaks out for #3. Alyssa
shouts FIRE! for number 1. A burglar also makes the
survey. The Parkers try to steal with hanging
decorations.... Not there! The Kobuses have 94.
Other answers: being chased, broken door.
Round 2: something a wife
tells her husband to get rid of (full board). Sarah's
clothes beat Victor's magazines, 1 to 5, but the Kobuses
go no further. The Parkers try old friends to steal...
Not there! The Kobuses are up to 137. Other answers:
pet/animal, trash, mistress, adult videos,
car/convertible, bad attitude.
Double Round: a place
where you were so nervous, you made promises to God (5).
Alyssa gets #2, church. Irene gets #1, the doctor's. The
Parkers go with court for the steal... Not there! The
Kobuses have 237! Other answers: airplane, jail (said!),
Triple Round: a reason
you don't allow your children to swim in the ocean (4).
Beth gets #2, afraid to drown, while Judy gets the top
answer with SHARK!. The tide is high, but the Kobuses
have one more shot with too deep... Not there! The
Parkers are on the board with 234! Other answer:
Sudden Death: a state
where you'd expect to find cactus. That's Alisha..
"Arizona." The Parkers win, 420-237.
Back on the Fast Money
spot are Judy and Victor, as they fail to add $20,000.
But they'll be playing in the finals for up to $100,000
and a trip to Mexico.
Got a Secret by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 11:30p ET/10:30p CT on GSN
Host: Bil Dwyer
First up on tonight's party
is Stephanie Curtis! She moved to San Diego from Bil's
hometown, Chicago. Her secret: "I can blow up 2 balloons
with my nose." Suzanne gets that a prop is involved.
Frank gets that it involves the head. Billy, in a
rarity, comes up empty. Jermaine gets a nose. He calls
conference... and they get blowing things out of her
nose. Almost... Stephanie wins dinner for two and $1000.
Next from Springfield,
IL, it's Steve Jenne. His secret... an interesting piece
of historical memorabilia. It's not a body part, but it
is from the 1960s. It's a singular thing found that
isn't made of metal. It's political, but you wouldn't
find this in the White House... or WOULD YOU? It has
something to do with a President...
His secret: "I have
Richard Nixon's half-eaten sandwich." Actually, this is
from when Richard Nixon was vice-president. We see the
sandwich, amazingly kept well.
Finally, a proud military
mom, Victoria Pettigrew. Her secret: "I make bikinis out
of dog hair." Billy gets that it has to do with women's
fashion, and the material is unique. Jermaine gets hair.
Suzanne gets it. With a little help from Bil.
To end the show, we see a
fashion show with some of Victoria's suits in action...
Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: Check listings or
Host: Alex Trebek
(psychologist from Seattle); $17,500
(oncologist orig. from Lawton, OK)
(respiratory therapist from Corsicana, TX)
Laura didn't chance the
game for a big paycheck, as she had a big lead going
into the Final. Can she do the same today?
Laura starts up with $200
New York Times News of 2006. Laura gets a bit lost for
words when she misses a clue about the Cascades (she
lives by there, as Travis can tell you), but still
leads, $3000 to Luke's $1800 at the TV time out. Robbi
is still waiting to break out.
Luke finds the Daily
Double under $800 Fountains. Leading by $800, he bets
$2000 on this: unveiled in 2004, the Hyde Park fountain
that memorializes her is a deceptively simple-looking
oval granite ring. "Who is Princess Diana?" Right for
$6200. He takes $8600 into the next round, while Laura
has $4400. Robbi, who finally gets off the zero mark
with $2200, gets to go first in the Double Jeopardy!
... with $400 Literary
Thrillers, finding the Daily Double under $1600. Robbi
bets $3000 for the lead. Here's Sarah: "A 1981 thriller
by this author opens with the discovery of 3 faceless
corpses here in the title setting, Moscow's Gorky Park."
"Who is Martin Cruz Smith?" Right for $7600! Robbi also
finds the second Daily Double under $1600 American
Places. in the lead by a wide margin, she bets $2400 on
this: named for an Army chaplain, this city near Phoenix
boasts more than 200 sunny days per year. "Who is
Flagstaff?" Nope, it's Scottsdale, leaving her with an
even $22,000. Seems like we say this a lot lately,
but it's her game to lose with $22,800, while Luke has
$9000 and Laura has $7600...
Luke and Laura... heh.
in "People in Space": in 2005, as the shuttle
Discovery prepared for landing, NASA played a Dexy's
Midnight Runners son in her honor. Correct question: Who
is Eileen Collins?
Complete washout, but
Robbi leaves to prepare for tomorrow with $20,800. Laura
leaves with $18,500.
Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 7:30p ET/6:30p CT on GSN
Hosts: Chuck Woolery & Shandi Finnessey
(musician) & Cristiana (marketing)
partners/literary managers Anthony &
BONUS LINGO JACKPOT:
The fiesta will only
begin once someone wins $30,000 today...
Jon & Cristiana get an A
to start, but Anthony & Monique AVOID them to steal.
They follow with WATER, BLAZE, and the Lingo for 125.
Jon & Cristiana get a J
for JOINT. That goes into DREAM and PINCH, but Jon draws
a stopper. They get the draw back with CONGA for the
Lingo, giving them 150 to the Red's 125.
Anthony & Monique tie the
game with H for HANDY. They follow with BROIL and
another Lingo to go into the half in the lead, 225-150.
Jon & Cristiana start
with an L for LIMES. Anthony & Monique steal SALTY, but
Anthony comes up red. They get the draw back with ADULT.
That's enough for game for them, 325-250.
Bonus Lingo for 30 G's. With
three Bonus Lingo
letters, Anthony & Monique get CANDY, VOICE, MANGO,
WORMS, GRAND, BLANK, and TOAST for $700. Time for the
final board. The money ball is 20. Monique get... 30.
They get the $5000 on pull 5.
Next up, $31,000 in the
Price is Right by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 11a ET/10a CT on CBS
(markets may vary)
Host: Bob Barker
With this, we wish a Happy
3rd Birthday to our friends at Golden-Road.net. Happy
happy, Marc & co.!
Where's Victor Calderon? We find him, Molly Norton,
Alicia Switzer, and Nathan Minnich-Weber as we start the
day off with his & hers ski/snowboard equipment. It all
costs $2834. And it all goes to Alicia, who gets a
chance to strap all of that swag onto a new Chevrolet
Malibu. The game is Five Price Tags. The first prize: a
food grater. Is it $29? She says false. It's true. Is a
digital compass $40? She says false... True again. Is a
jukebox radio/CD player $55? She says false... It's $90!
Finally, is a cereal dispenser $55? She says false...
$40! So she has two choices of the five tags. She
chooses $15,480... NO. She chooses $18,558... NO. It was
Molly takes an $1180
gemstone globe as she gets a shot at a spa playing
Bonkers. The price is not $8453. She goes low, high,
high, high... and it takes her a while to do it... And
it's not even right. Should've gone low, low, high,
(C-Note: No relation) wins a river bench worth $625. She
can decorate it with $10,000 if she wins the Grand Game.
Target: $7. Products: Viactiv chews, Hot Pockets, Bayer
Low Dose Aspirin, Carnation malted milk, Blue Star
ointment, and Fiji bottled water. She goes with the
water... $1.59! She goes with the Hot Pockets... $2.49!
She goes with the malted milk... $4.39! She's going on
with the ointment... $6.19! That's $10,000 for
Christina! And that's all for her, because Molly beats
her out in the Showcase Showdown.
After two overbids,
Nathan wins a CD stereo worth $430. And he takes it to a
Clearance Sale, where he tries for a pair of banjos, a
Joust/Robotron cabinet, and a fireplace. The clearance
prices are $599, $1300, and $2650. He goes with $599 for
the banjos, $1300 for the game, and $2650 for the
fireplace. The banjos are... $1148. The game is...
$2995. Ooh... Bob tries to throw it to break, BUT
doesn't. The fireplace is... $1499. D'oh!
Mavy Chadwick wins a $599
pair of patio heaters. The 911 dispatcher from San Diego
now gets a chance to play Cover Up for a Ford Ranger.
9 8 0
6 7 6 1
1 4 2 9 8
3 0 8 1 2
$2 8 1 3 5
First try: $14,790. Two
right, the 1 and the 0. Next, $16,950... 6 is right.
Next, $16,280... 2 is right. Finally, $16,210. Right!
Last chance for Victor to
take the stage with a curio cabinet. Price: $2295.
Winner: Irene Brodbeck. Now she plays for trips to
Canada and Cabo. Toronto's marked at $4703. Cabo San
Lucas is marked at $3764. Should they be Switched? She
says Switch! Did she make the right move? No. Did she
make it to the Showcase? No. Mavy does.
First up: spoiled dogs.
They're fed off of dinnerware, walked on a treadmill,
and taken out on a travel trailer. Top winner Mavy
passes to Molly, who bids $14,000. Mavy gets a new
bedroom group with sleep set, new swimwear, and a new
jet ski. She bids $15,525. Actual price: $17,009,
a difference of $1484. Actual price of Molly's Showcase:
$17,137. Close, but $3137 is beaten by Mavy's bid. Mavy
goes home with $33,818.
of Fortune by Jason Block, GSNN
Air time: Check listings or
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
I am in the need of
a Rocky Mountain High...no not that--the
Wednesday edition of Great Outdoors Week on WOF!
The $1,000 Tossup is
PHRASE. Mirage Trams solved I'D RATHER BE
FISHING for $1,000. She is from Centennial,
Colorado. She is a standup comic and stay at
home mom. Kelly Gibson is a teacher's aide from
Sterling, Colorado. She gets booed from Broncos
fan. Tyler Holden is from Littleton, Colorado.
He is studying at the University of
Wyoming Sports Broadcasting and plays wide
receiver for the football team.
The $2,000 Tossup is
FUN AND GAMES. Tyler solves MATCHBOX CARS for
$2,000. And we add a trip sponsored by
Dreamworks's new animated feature "Over
the Hedge" with the voices of Bruce Willis,
Wanda Sykes and Steve Carell. It's a trip to
Beaches in Jamaica with airfare from Air Jamaica
worth $9,270. The category is THING....and a
PRIZE PUZZLE as well. Tyler starts. He picks up
the Free Spin. He picks up the Jamaica Trip. He
misses and uses the Free Spin. He controls the
wheel for the entire round and solves ROADSIDE
WATERFALL for $1,250. He is going to Jamaica
and he is going to Hawaii as well! It's a trip
to the Waikoloa Beach Marriott on the big island
of Hawaii worth $4,708! And if you have the
SPIN ID of CJ02020 you have the trip...and if
you have the SONY CARD you have $50,000 as well.
That round was worth $15,228 and he has a huge
lead of $17,228 in cash and trips.
The jackpot round is
sponsored by Gold Bond Ultimate Comfort Powder.
The category is ON THE MENU. Mirage starts. She
hits and picks up the $1,000 Body Glove Gift
Tag. She misses...over to Kelly. She hits and
picks up the $1,000 altrec Gift Tag. She hits
and picks up the $1,000 Gift Tag from Goode Ski.
She hits 4 $3,500 L's and solves DOUBLE-CUT LAMP
CHOPS WITH MINT JELLY for $15,150. With the
prizes she has $17,150 and she is $78 away from
The mystery round
prize is $10,000. The category is SAME NAME.
Kelly starts. She loses $4,150 on Bankrupt. Over
to Tyler. He hits the mystery wedge and risks
$1,800...and he hits the $10,000! He keeps
spinning and spinning, but can't seal the deal.
He says I don't know and the audience groans in
pain. Over to Mirage who solves MUTUAL
ADMIRATION & AUDUBON SOCIETY for $600, which we
bump up to $1,000. She has $2,000.
The $3,000 Tossup is
ON THE MAP. Mirage is up to $5,000 with PUERTO
RICO...and we go right into a FINAL SPIN which
is $6,000 a letter! The category is OCCUPATION.
And Kelly adds a ton of cash to her total with
SNOWBOARDING INSTRUCTOR. She wins $36,000 and
has $53,150 in cash and prizes. Mirage leaves
with $5,000. Don't feel too bad for Tyler as he
is going to Jamaica and Hawaii with a total of
The front game gave
away $75,378 in cash and prizes. Can Kelly add
even more...she lands on the 4th 0 in $100,000.
Her category is PHRASE. With the RSTLNE we have:
_ _ N ' T
_ _ _ E _ _
She chooses D P M O and we have
D O N ' T
_ _ _ E _P
And she tells us one
of the greatest lessons in life...DON'T GIVE UP.
And that lesson paid off in $40,000! So she
leaves with $93,150 in cash and prizes! A huge
Wants to Be a Millionaire by Don Harpwood, GSNN
Air time: Check listings or
Host: Meredith Vieira
Last time at Walt Disney
World, Tiffany Hurley (Tulsa, OK) made it to $16,000.
Will she add to that?
As was mentioned yesterday, Tiffany left her kids at
home while she came to WDW, along with some other ladies
(seen in the audience). They again mention that if she
gets to $25,000, her family has a deal where they'd all
go to WDW. If she doesn't get that much, then no deal.
So I guess this next bit will essentially decide whether
it's Deal or N- Oops, wrong show. Anyway, the game
resumes with this...
The first U.S. presidential votes are traditionally cast
in Hart's Location and Dixville Notch, tiny towns in
B: Rhode Island
D: New Hampshire
The 50:50 leaves C and D. Tiffany then calls her
husband, Matthew, and she just asks for what state
Dixville Notch is in. Matthew says, "New Hampshire." So,
Tiffany goes with D... and she has the $25,000! Now that
a future trip has been locked in, she approaches the
upper tier, and after a good guess for $50,000, she gets
True to his word, General Douglas MacArthur returned to
what country in 1944 to liberate it from the Japanese?
Tiffany has an inkling, but it's not enough for her to
risk it, so she switches the question. After seeing that
it was A (which was what she was thinking), she then
Taking place in 1981, Muhammad Ali's final professional
fight was nicknamed what?
A: Showdown in Motown
B: Thunder Down Under
C: Drama in the Bahamas
D: Tussle in Brussels
Tiffany is thinking D, but she's not sure enough, so she
walks. It was actually C, so she's glad she took the
Minnie brings out the next player, Amy Low (Greenwood,
IN). She's happy that the last player won a lot of
money, but now, it's her turn. So, Amy starts by knowing
that kids are commonly taught that the vowels are "A, E,
I, O, U" and sometimes Y. She sweeps the lower tier,
then soon enough, this comes up...
On the TV series "Cheers," who had a never-seen wife
Amy asks the audience, and the polls favour C (83% of
the studio audience; 41% of the AIM users). Amy trusts
them... and they're right! Another question later, and
she has this...
Before their 2005 NYC debut, the Country Music
Association Awards were always held in what Southern
The 50:50 leaves A and B. Amy was thinking A, so she
goes with it... and she's right! Moving on...
Naproxen is sold over the counter under what brand name?
Amy says that she actually bought some the day before,
so she says B... and she has $25,000!
That's all for today. Amy goes into the upper tier
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