Reaction by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 9p ET/8p CT on GSN
Host: Dylan Lane
John & Corey
Jordana, Ariel & Dara (sisters)
Round 1 ($100 per word): connect
FRESH with BREEZE. John gets a BAY breeze, while Corey gets fresh
MEAT. Ariel is a meat HEAD. John is a head HUNTER. Jordana
completes the chain with GREEN for $200 to the guys' $300. Speed
Chain: FULL - M - R - DECK. "Moon Roof" is right for the tie.
Round 2 ($200 per word): connect
HOT with WITNESS. Corey goes with hot STOVE. Ben gets stove TOP.
Dara is a MATERIAL witness. Jordana follows with top SPEED. Dara
breaks out into the lead with READING to complete the chain and
get this Speed Chain: PUMP - I - F - FIGHT. "Iron Fish" is right
for $1100 to the guys' $700.
Round 3 ($300 per word): connect
PINK with EXAM. Ariel passes the BAR exam. Jordana goes with PIANO
bar. John drinks pink LEMONADE. The girls STAND UPRIGHT to
complete the chain for $2300. Final Speed Chain: THREAD - B - B -
LINE. The good news: they figure out "Bare bottom." The bad news:
their first answer was "bottom".
Round 4: connect
SILKY with LACE. Chain: SILKY - SMOOTH - FINISH - LAST -
CHANCE - MEETING - PLACE. The girls win with a record,
$3500 to $800.
The girls get peanut butter, denim, reindeer, Mexico,
Johnny Depp, chili... and ran out of time! They do get
Feud by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Host: John O'Hurley
(Shelia, Margie, Olivia, Subrena, Lawrence) from
Jenny, Justin, Dina, Kristen)
Round 1: if someone you
knew saw you try to rent an X-rated video, what would
you say to them (7)? Bill: "My wife made me do it." It's
number one (under "not for me/other"). Rest of the
team.. blanked. The Thompsons go with experience for the
steal... Not there, DeGrees get 39. Other answers: wanna
watch?, nothing, mind your own business, hi, what you
Round 2: something you
wouldn't want to see an ambulance driver do while he's
rushing you to the hospital (5).
Jenny's eating beats Margie's sleeping, 4 to 5. Rest of
the family... blanked again. Thompsons try with
reading... Not there, the DeGrees get 52. Number one:
get in accident. Other answers: talk on phone, stop/make
Double: real or
fictional, a famous Ann/Annie (full board). Justin gets
#4, Raggedy Ann. Dina gets the big one, Annie Oakley.
Anne Frank, and Little Orphan Annie are also on the
board, but can the Thompsons steal with Auntie Annie?
No! DeGrees get 194. Other answer: Anne Bancroft, Anne
Triple: something you
sometimes don't bother to take off when you go to bed (4).
Dina fires with underwear for #1. Jewelry, makeup,
and... how about dentures? The Thompsons hope so.... and
we're going to Sudden Death!
Sudden Death: a reason
someone might be on one knee. That's Kristen. "Propose."
That's the win, 410-288.
Together, Dina and Justin
get 136 for $680.
In the nightcap, the
Himenes (Justin, Kasey, Jeff, Jason, Roy), who are
second-generation Feuders (Justin's mother was on 22
years ago in '84, pregnant with him), challenge the Dominguezes (Rio, Toni, Manny, Brian,
Louanna, $20,585). After three, the champs lead, 198-44. Triple:
something people get paid to predict (4).
Jason fires with weather, #1. Also on the board, the
stock market and the future. The Dominguezes try with
horoscopes.. Not there! Himenes "take it home", 320-198.
Other answer: earthquakes.
Kasey's first at Fast
Money, getting the family 76. Jason gets ... up to 154
Jeopardy! by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Host: Alex Trebek
(educational researcher from Los Angeles); $20,801
(attorney from Lincoln, NE)
(traffic director from Columbia Station, OH)
Eric could not be caught
yesterday. Let's see if he can keep that momentum up
He starts with $200 NHL Teams in Other Words. At the TV
time out, it's a two man race between Eric ($5200) and
Brett ($3200). Brenda is still trying to get on the
Brett finds the Daily
Double under $800, Get Your Facts Straight. He bets two
large on this: Carlsberg is a Danish brewery; this
Swiss-style cheese from Norway has a similar name.
"What's Swedenburg?" Nope. It was Jarlsberg, leaving him
with a grand. At the end of the round, it doesn't get
any better for him, as he's $400 under. Eric, on the
other hand, is still playing pace-setter with $6400 to
Brenda's $1800. Brett has his work cut out for him as he
has first pickings in Double Jeopardy!...
... with $400 of the Western World, where he finds the
first Daily Double under $1200. He bets the max of $2000
on this: this city of 20 million is the westernmost
capital city in the Americas. "What is Mexico City?"
Right for $2800. Brenda finds the second under $2000
Names You Should Know. She halves the level on the
publisher of the NY Weekly Journal, acquitted of libel
in 1735. "Who is... Zubin?" Nope. It was John Peter
Zenger, leaving her with $2400. Eric's not yet in the
clear, though, with $12,800 to Brett's $7600. Brenda's
also still in it with $5600.
Final Jeopardy! in "Literary Cinema": a silent film
of this Russian tale was released in 2 versions: in one,
Garbo commits suicide; in the other, Garbo lives.
Correct question: what is "Anna Karenina"?
All three are right, as Eric bets his difference to win
$15,201, giving him a two-day take of $36,002.
Price is Right by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 11a ET/10a CT on CBS
Host: Bob Barker
Dustin Overton, Michael
Romero, Brenda Donaldson, and Mildred Ziemke are the
first to bid on an HDTV. It's worth $2799, and Dustin
gets to put it...and a few more prizes on his Credit
Card. The prizes today: roller blades, luggage,
serveware, a kitchen block, and a gas grill. The credit
limit today: $1600. First up, the roller blades... $200.
Second prize... the kitchen block... $1044. Finally, the
serveware... $1023. He's maxed out. Of course, that
wouldn't have happened if he picked the other two prizes
Cassiani is down... and up... thanks to a $598 pair of
iPods. But that's chump change compared to $50,000 on
the Plinko Board! With chips from mop and a shaver, as
well as the WGMC, she only manages a) $500 and b) to
have Bob mangle her name on air. Woops.
Brenda wins a $1299 area
rug and a chance at a Ford Focus on the Money Game
board. Here it is.
Middle number is 3. She
begins at the beginning... 16 is the first two!
Unfortunately, it snowballs from there. 85, 90, 35, and
66 are all wrong and worth $276. The back was behind 57.
She ties Melinda on the Big Wheel, but Dustin puts them
both out with a 90-cent spin.
Sandra Douglas starts the
second half of play with a $1295 keyboard. But can she
win a trip to Brazil? It's either $6309 and $5121. Which
of the Double Prices is it? She goes with $6309... and
she's off to Brazil!
Michael takes a $1300
fireplace en route to the Card Game table for a
Chevrolet Malibu. He's got a $2000 window. He draws up
to $16,300. Actual price... $16,990! That's a win!
Last chance for Mildred
comes with a set of golf equipment. Actual price: $1440.
Winner... Henry Baer. He gets to play Hi-Lo with Jelly
Belly jellybeans, Airborne, Pillsbury crescent rolls,
Pringle's chips, Carapelli olive oil, and Aspercreme
patches. And if he does it right, he could take home a
$4407 bedroom group with sleep set. Henry puts the
Airborne, the oil, and the patches on the Hi row. Their
prices: $6.49, $5.49, and $8.99. The jellybeans are...
$1.49. The crescent rolls... $2.39. And the chips...
But Sandra wins the
Showdown and a spot against runner-up Dustin in the
Showcase. First up, a trip to Port o'Price, where a Coke
machine replica, a dinette, and a wave runner are among
today's deliveries. Sandra passes to Dustin, who bids
$14,500. Sandra gets a plethora of questionable items
tied into a TheraSauna, a home gym, and a travel
trailer. She bids $17,375. Actual price: $19,409.
Difference: $2034. Actual price of Dustin's Showcase...
$16,718. Difference... $2218. By $200 or so, Sandra wins
the day with $27,013.
Dice La Gente? by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 7p ET/6p CT on Telefutura
Host: Marco Antonio Regil
Schannell, Alexandra, Fernando, Grisel)
Villaverde (Doris, Doria, Diana, Ligia, Johanna)
The Villaverdes lead after three,
Double: a tool used to cut grass (3). A lawn mower is #2
for Fernando. Lawn shears tie for #1 with 44 more. A
shovel sweeps the board with 244 for the Guzmans.
Triple: a reason why you
are told to call your child's school (3). Grisel gets
behavior for #1. Bad grades is #3. Sickness does it for
the sweep and the win, 517-131.
Dinero Rápido: Fernando
and Jose get only 175 for $500.
Schannell, Alexandra, Fernando, Grisel); $500
Norma, Alma, Jorge, Enrique); $6000, three games
The Terrons are walking
the challengers after three, 138-80. Double: a reason
kids give in the mornings when they have to go to school (3).
Jorge dreams of #2. They can't capitalize, as the
Guzmans don't like their teacher for the steal.. Not
there, Terrons have 210. Number one: they have to get up
early. Other answer: they're weak.
Triple: a part of the
body that you tap on someone (3). Enrique gets #2 with "las
pompis" (the butt). Back is #1 for Grisel. Shoulder
rounds it out for the new champs, the Guzman family, by
a score of 377-210.
We've got Fernando and
Jose stepping up again to the board at Dinero Rápido, where
Fernando draws... $500! Together, they get ... so close.
194 means only $500 more, giving them $1500 for two
the Schwab by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 7p ET/6p CT on ESPN Classic
Host: Stuart Scott & Howie Schwab
(distribution manager from Dallas); $2000
(student from Albany, NY; returnee from season 3);
(financial advisor from New York City); $1000
It's semi-final time!
Remember what's at stake here, $1000 and a spot on
Finalists' Row for the win today, and five G's if you
accomplish the titular task.
Leading Off: First off,
2006 Miami Heat NBA Finals roster. Schwab, Lee, and Carl
all have 3, while Chris runs out with 4. Next, 23 Super
Bowl winning coaches. The four ballers run out again,
giving Chris the lead with 10, Schwab & Carl the tie
with 9, while Lee has 8. Finally, 17 perfect game
pitchers. Chris and Carl are tied at 12; they're moving
on. Lee, on the other hand, has $1000 to cozy up to.
Schwab, by the way, has
Who's Got More?: after
round 1, 11 for Carl and 13 for Chris. After round 2...
Chris wins, 37-33.
But can he stump the
Schwab for $5000? The Schwab Showdown: The categories are...
Lakers Lose? (Laker playoff ousters), Linebacker U.
(Penn State LBs), Temper Temper (coaches who have lost
it on the field), and An Arnie of One (Arnold Palmer).
Schwab gets his first
strike on Temper Temper for 2. Chris gets his first in
the same category for 3. Final score: Schwab 10, Chris
9. But Chris has $3000 total and a spot in the Finals on
of Fortune by Jason Block, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
We are heading to the end of
September and we are into the "Great Outdoors":
The $1,000 Tossup is PHRASE. Scott Bischoff is from LA.
He is in advertising and solved OFF TO A FAST START for
$1,000. He is into poker and has a 1 yr old. Teng is an
interior director. Stacy Burkee is from South Milwaukee,
WI. She works in a bank in Human Resources.
The $2,000 Tossup is ON THE MAP. Scott is up to $3,000
with HELSINKI FINLAND. He starts the first spin round
and we add a Last Minute Travel.com trip to St. Moritz,
Switzerland worth $4,500. The category is BEFORE AND
AFTER. He misses...over to Teng. She misses...and so
does Stacy...back to Scott. He solves CLOSET SPACE
SHUTTLE for $2,050. He has $5,050.
The jackpot round is sponsored by BrandSource. The
category is THING...and a PRIZE PUZZLE. Teng starts and
hits Bankrupt...over to Stacy. She misses a vowel...over
to the Red hot Scott who is cooled off by a
Bankrupt...over to Teng. Teng hits the Jackpot wedge.
She hit 2 M's and since she can't solve, we have a new
rules change. We give her(and any other player) $500 per
letter she got on the jackpot space. She misses...over
to Stacy. She solves MULTI-COLORED SOMBRERO for $1,800.
And she will see them in Mexico. It's a trip to Ixtapa
from Last Minute Travel.com worth $4,500. And if you
have the SPIN ID of KT03697, you are off to Mexico. And
if you have the Sony Card...you have $50,000. She has
the lead with $6,300.
The mystery round prize is $10,000. The category is FOOD
AND DRINK. Stacy starts. She hits the Mystery
wedge....and wont risk over $5,000 to get $10,000! She
hits Lose A Turn....over to Scott who solves CRISPY
ROASTED DUCK WITH ORANGE SAUCE for $2,500. He is back in
the lead with $7,550.
The $3,000 Tossup is SHOW BIZ. Stacy jumps back in the
lead with NEW AGE MUSIC. She has $9,300. Stacy starts
with PERSON. She misses...over to Scott. He hits Lose A
Turn...over to Teng. And she prevents the gooseegg with
MEMORABILIA COLLECTOR for $4,600. We have time for
...which is PLACE. And we jump right into the FINAL
SPIN. $1,400 a letter tonight. And Teng comes back from
worst to first with PLANNED COMMUNITY for $7,000. She
wins with $11,600! Stacy is going to Mexico with $9,300
in cash and trip. Scott leaves with $7,550 in cash.
Can Teng's comeback continue into the bonus round? She
lands on the *** wedge. Her category is THINGS. With the
normal 6 and her choices of C M H A we have:
C _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ T S
This is tough. If she would have picked the O, she might
have had a shot at COWBOY BOOTS. She lost $35,000. But
she leaves with $11,700 in cash.
Total for today: $28,550
Total for Week 3: $28,550
Total for the Season: $511,684
Bonus Win Percentage: 5/11
Mystery Round Prizes won: 2
Car Wins: 0
Wants to Be a Millionaire? by Don Harpwood, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Host: Meredith Vieira
It's the start of a new
week, so it's only appropriate that we start with a new
And that player is Rick Browne (Vermillion, OH). He's
currently a high school art teacher, but before, he was
a retail mall manager. At one point during that time, he
was on top of a ladder, trying to hang a sign, but he
fell, wedging himself between the window and the ladder.
And he had to wait until the mall opened to get help!
Yipes. Well, anyway, Rick starts by knowing that a
school district is typically run by a superintendent
(which probably ain't "Joe Mama"). He gets to $1,000,
then eventually gets to this point...
On the TV series "The Simpsons," Marge has the same
maiden name as what First Lady?
A: Hillary Clinton
B: Jacqueline Kennedy
C: Nancy Reagan
D: Mary Lincoln
He hasn't seen "The Simpsons," so Rick asks the
audience. 53% thinks it's B. He trusts them... and
they're right! (The maiden name is Bouvier.) Next
In 1928, anthropologist Margaret Mead published her
landmark study titled "Coming of Age in" what country?
D: New Zealand
Rick thinks it might be C, but he's not completely
confident, so he uses the 50:50. C and D remain. He goes
with C... and he has $25,000! On to the upper tier...
Catalogued by musicologist Wolfgang Schmieder, what
composer's 1000-plus works are identified by BWV
Rick calls his niece, Leah, but she doesn't give an
answer in time. So, Rick switches the question, and
after seeing that it was D, this is substituted in...
In 2003, what did VH1 select as the greatest song of the
past 25 years?
B: Sweet Child O' Mine
C: Smells Like Teen Spirit
D: Billie Jean
Rick thinks it's not B, and if a Michael Jackson song
was to be picked, it wouldn't be D. He then remembers
how big of a song C was, so he goes with C... and he's
right! Still going...
Trimethylxanthine is a chemical name for what?
Rick tries to reason his way through this, but though
said reasoning leads him to believe that it's A, he
feels like he just can't take the risk. So, he decides
to walk. Good thing, too; it was actually C! So he did
the right thing in taking the $50,000!
Next up is Jim Lokay (East McKeesport, PA). He's a
traffic reporter, and yes, he did face some traffic
while on the way to the studio. But he's here now, and
he starts by knowing that in a common kids' chant,
preceding the phrase "pants on fire" is "liar, liar". He
then gets to $300...
..before the horn goes off. Jim will continue his run
if Jim looks familiar, he's been a staple in the online
fan community for years).
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