Reaction by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 9p ET/8p CT on GSN
Host: Dylan Lane
Porsha & Jackie (Bronx schoolteachers)
Rick & Andrew
(rockers from Philadelphia)
Round 1 ($100 per word): connect
HUNG with HORSE. Andrew gets hung JURY. Porsha gets jury DUTY. Ben
gets duty CALLS. Rick calls HOME. Andrew finishes it with WORK.
Speed Chain: BASEBALL - B - C - PAINTING. Is it "bat chest"? No,
it's "bat cave."
Round 2 ($200 per word): connect
TUMBLE with UP. Porsha spells out tumble DRY. Andrew orders a dry
MARTINI. Ben wants a martini GLASS. Rick has a glass JAW. Ben
finishes it with BONE. Guys lead $1200 to $300 going into the next
Speed Chain: ROACH - M - S - FIGURE. "Motel Six" does it for
Round 3 ($300 per word): connect
RUBY with PUZZLE. Daria spells out ruby RED. Ben counters with Red
CROSS. Andrew solves a WORD puzzle. Porsha gets cross DRESS. Rick
gets CODE for the chain. They lead it, $2300 to $900. Final Speed
Chain: MADAME - B - N - PROFIT. "Butterfly Net" does it for $2600.
Round 4: connect
SAUSAGE with LICSENSE. Chain: FACTORY - DIRECT - ACCESS
- HOLLYWOOD - MARRIAGE - LICENSE. The ladies run out of
money as the guys win $2900.
The guys get milk, nine, trigger, kryptonite, oink, high
heels, and Astroturf for the tripler and $8700.
Feud by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Host: John O'Hurley
Lindsay, Susan, Dane, Dick)
(Michael, Annie, Stacy, Keith, Sheila); $700
Round 1: a kind of
lunchmeat that describes your mate's personality (5).
Don's bologna is #3. Michael's turkey is #2. Annie gets
the top answer with "ham". Salami is also there. The
DeBoers try chicken for the steal... Got it for 86.
Round 2: something people
do with their index finger (6).
Annie fires with point... and that's top points. Rest of
the family gets picking your nose and scratching.
Dialing a phone is the steal for the DeBoers for 174.
Other answers: apply makeup, wear a ring.
Double: somebody famous
you think probably has no sense of humor at all (5).
Susan gets the big one with President Bush. Dick Cheney
is also up there. The Davises try to steal with the
Governator... Not there! The DeBoers have 252. Other
answers: Tom Cruise, Martha Stewart, Michael Jackson.
Triple: a sport where
people and animals team up (4). Dane gets polo.. #2. Don
gets #1, horse racing. Dogsledding is also up there.
Rodeo... is good for the sweep and the shutout, 543-0.
Don and Susan team up for
195, giving them $975.
In the nightcap, the
Gomezes (Jasmin, Peter, Jessica, Billy, Roxy; $980) take
on the Knowles (Darren, Vanessa, Ron, Susan, Lauren).
Champs lead after 3, 196-83. Triple: something French
that Americans enjoy (4).
Food is #1 for Billy. We also get French kissing, while
the Knowles go with wine... Up there for 284. Other
Sudden Death: what do you
think Christie Brinkley should do with her husband?
That's Roxy... "Divorce him." Got it for the win,
Billy and Jasmin take on
Fast Money again, earning $20,000 for a two-day total of
Jeopardy! by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Host: Alex Trebek
orig. from Destal, NY
Ray had to take down a
heck of a champ yesterday. Will todays performance
prove that the youngblood is the real deal?
Ray starts with $200 National Parks. At the TV time out,
he leads it, $4400 to Lynns $3800 and Jasons $600.
Lynn has $4400 when she finds the Daily Double under
$800 Adjectives. She bets $1000 on this: its synonyms
include level, candid & consecutive. What is even?
Nope, its straight, sending her back down to $3400. She
rebounds to $4600 in time for Double Jeopardy!, but Ray
is way out in front with $9400. Jason, with -$1600, has
the dubious honor of starting the next round
with $400 Ancient History. Lynn finds the first Daily
Double under $800 Tales of ETA Hoffmann. She now trails
by $2800, bidding $2000 on this: a Hoffmann tale title
lost the words and the Mouse King when it became this
Tchaikovsky ballet. What is The Nutcracker? Right
for $13,000! Last category is in Yoga. Jason finds the
second Daily Double under $1600. He risks just $500 on
the control of pranayama. What is breathing? Right for
$1700. Thats where he ends the round, while Lynn is
within striking distance with $15,000 against Rays
Final Jeopardy! in National Capitals: the citys
website calls it the last divided capital in Europe.
Correct question: what is Nicosia?
All are wrong, and in Erics case, it costs him dearly,
as he winds up in second. Lynn takes the crown and
$10,000. Eric leaves with $30,801.
Next week, we're going back
Price is Right by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 11a ET/10a CT on CBS
Host: Bob Barker
Kaitlyn Evans, Ryan Evans
(no relation), Tammy Rozelle, and Michelle Thomas start
the party in a greenhouse. A $388 greenhouse, that goes
to Tammy as she gets a shot at a trip to Canada playing
Pushover. The lineup...
6 1 3 5 7 9 0 2 5
She pushes to $5790.
Actual price.. $3579. She was one off.
Ryan wins an $1801 sofa.
The prize rolls onto the stage, it's a Pontiac Vibe. The
first number is a 1. The game is Lucky Seven. First
pick... 8... Right on the money. Next, 6... She's four
off at 2. Next, 5... It's a 3. One dollar left. Final
pick... 5.... Right! She wins the $18,235 whip set.
Wilbert French is down
and up thanks to a $1599 treadmill. Instead of feet, he
gets wheels... two offroad motorcycles with helmets in
Safe Crackers. The numbers in the price of the helmets
are 0, 3, and 4. He sets the combination lock at 430.
Should've gone with $340. Big winner of this half is
Ryan, who goes onto the Showcase.
Sherri McElroy starts the
second half with a $560 digital camera. Can she win a
Jeep Wrangler? The game is Temptation. Bob's gifts: a
$799 clock, an $1199 fireplace, a $1881 serveware set,
and a pair of massagers worth $500. Using those numbers,
she sets the price at $19,185. Then at $17,185. Now for
the Temptation... does she take $4379 in swag or go for
the car? She... goes for the car. Actual price... she
was closer earlier. It's $19,180.
Michelle Thomas scores an
$887 set of six flowboard and backpacks. Next, perhaps a
home entertainment center with HDTV. The game is Now or
Then. Now: ... well, now. Then: August 1998. On the
wheel: Johnson's baby shampoo ($4.09), Altoids ($1.99),
Airborne ($6.99), Colgate toothpaste ($2.39), Oxford
index cards (69¢), and Hot Pockets ($2.49). First, the
toothpaste. She goes with then... RIGHT! Next, the index
cards. She goes with then... It's NOW. How about the
Airborne? She says now. RIGHT again. She can win with
the Altoids. She says now... it's then. No win there.
Michelle Samuel wins a
$3295 day sailer. Can she win a piano in Side By Side?
Is it $9768 or $6897? She goes with $6897.... Right!
Which Michelle goes to
the Showcase? It's Michelle T., as she takes on top
winner Ryan. First Showcase: the importance of 35. We
have I-35 through Dallas, an HP35 featured in a laptop
computer, and 35 years of giving away cars like a
Pontiac Grand Prix. Ryan bids $22,500. Michelle gets a
new bedroom with sleep set, beach towels, and a hot tub.
She tags it at $16,300. Actual price: $17.499.
Difference: $1199. Not bad. Ryan's Showcase... $30,000
and change. Michelle wins the Showcase with $18,386, but
Ryan's the top winner today with over $20,000.
Stats: 2-4, $52,161.
Dice La Gente? by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 7p ET/6p CT on Telefutura
Host: Marco Antonio Regil
Sandra, Cecilia, Phillips, Luis)
Hector, Maria, Jaime, Liliana)
The Abads lead after
Triple: other than Fred,
a character on "The Flintstones" (3). Liliana fires with
Barney for #1. Wilma is #2. Betty finishes it for the
Dinero Rápido: Jaime gets
50. Juan gets.. 197. Ouch. So close, yet so not. They
take $500 into the next round with...
Nancy, Daysi, Natalia, Ricardo); $1500, two games
Hector, Maria, Jaime, Liliana); $500
The Abads lead, 121-46.
Double: other than gold, something that is mined (4).
Coal is good for #1 for Natalia. Silver, copper, and...
diamonds put the Herreras back in the game with 226.
Triple: something you
clean a floor with (3). Luis wins control with a mop. A
broom and a disinfectant mean that the champs are still
Dinero Rápido: Nancy
draws DOUBLE! Nancy gets... three gooseeggs for 37.
Rafael gets the family to 151 for $2000.
the Schwab by Chico Alexander, GSNN
Air time: 7p ET/6p CT on ESPN Classic
Host: Stuart Scott & Howie Schwab
(student at U. of Missouri from Skokie, IL); $8000
(student at Temple from Philadelphia); $3000
(student from Albany, NY; returnee from season 3);
After a long month or so
of competition, we're down to the final three. One will
take on the Schwab for $30,000.
... which could be easier
than we thought, as Schwab takes a baseball to the head.
We almost have to name the show "Stump the Monkey" when
a miracle happens... One word: "Krzyzewski." It's
Leading Off: First up, 16
NFL passing TD leaders since 1980. Brian and Chris are
out at 1 a pop. Marty gives up 4. Schwab has 5. Next,
the first 16 in the 2006 NBA Draft. Chris runs out for 6
to Marty's 8. Brian has 4. Schwab has 9. Finally, NL
stolen base leader since 1959. Marty moves with 11.
Chris has 7. Brian... gone with 5.
Schwab, by the way, has
Remember When: give each
player 100, please. How many of them can you hold onto?
Marty leads going into the Ultimate Year, 104-96.
Chris's Ultimate Year question: Hale Irwin wins his
third US Open. "I should've said it twice earlier,
1990." Right for 2. Marty's Ultimate Year question.
Larry Brown resigns as head coach at UCLA. "1981."
Showdown is set as Marty win it, 106-98.
At long last, the
quadruple header for all the cheddar. The $30,000 Schwab Showdown: The categories are...
Bracket Science (NCAA Men's Basketball tournament), I
Feel a Draft (MLB Draft), Top of the Heap (NFL record
holders), and Suit Up, Santa (sporting events on
Marty passes I Feel a
Draft for 2. Big mistake. Schwab gets it. Marty gets his
first strike on Top of the Heap for 3. But it's all for
naught. Schwab, the ultimate closer, closes the season
on a winning note by a score of 14-7. Marty leaves with
$4000 and... a bronze Schwabbie and one of his
throwbacks to keep.
So the question
remains... can ANYONE stump the Schwab? The quest
of Fortune by Jason Block, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
We end the month indoors
at Culver City celebrating the Great Outdoors!
The $1,000 Tossup
is PHRASE. Carrie Lebatt quickly solved NO DOUBT OF
IT. Her husband and her are Barbra Kefilian is from
Reno, NV. She is a semi-retired wine storage
businesswoman. David Brewer is from San Luis Obispo
and is an accountant.
The $2,000 Tossup is SHOW
BIZ. Barbra is on the board with $2,000 and MIDNIGHT
MOVIES. We add an Earth River Expeditions river
rafting trip to Patagonia with airfare from American
Airlines worth $9,300. Barbra starts this round which
BEFORE AND AFTER. She misses...over to David. He
misses...over to Carrie. She misses...back to Barbra.
She misses...over to David. He solves THE COWARDLY
LION TAMER. for $1,950. And everyone has some cash!
The jackpot round is
sponsored by BrandSource. The category is WHO IS IT?
David starts. He hits the $1,000 Gift Tag from Coleman
Outdoors. After a lot of spinning, David misses...over
to Carrie who picks up the Chilean River Rafting
trip...next spin Bankrupt! Over to Barbra who solves
TOUGH TV SHRINK GIVES ADVICE WITH A TEXAS TWANG for
$4,650. And of course that is DR. PHIL (McGraw), and
Barbra yells it out for another $3,000! She has $7,650
this round...and $9,650 in cash total.
The mystery round prize is
$10,000. The category is PLACE...and a PRIZE PUZZLE.
Carrie starts. After a lot of work, Carrie loses
$2,100 on Bankrupt. Barbra misses and its over to
David. He solves THE DEEP END OF THE POOL for $2,000.
And he can cannonball his way to a big splash
in Hawaii! It's a trip to the Outrigger Kiahuna
Plantation worth $5,640. And if you the SPIN ID of
EL02501, you have a Kauai Getaway...and the Sony Card
give you $50K....That round was worth $7,640 and he
has $9,690 in cash and trip.
The $3,000 Tossup is
LIVING THING. Carrie misses, and David solves SHETLAND
SHEEPDOG. He has $3,000 more and leads with $12,690.
He starts this round which is FOOD AND DRINK. He
misses...over to Carrie. But we go into a $1,400 a
letter FINAL SPIN. And Barbra solves COLD MACARONI
SALAD for $4,200. She wins with $13,850. Carrie leaves
with $1,000. And David is going to Hawaii with a nice
second place total of $12,690 in cash and trip.
Can Barbra stay as excited
as she is to win the bonus round? She lands on the 2nd
0 in $100,000. Her category is THING. With the six and
her choices of D G M O we have:
_ _ R D
_ O R _
And she quietly says YARD WORK for the win. And work
is its own reward...a new $24,515 Jeep Liberty and
she leaves with $38,365 in cash and car! And
if you have the SPIN ID of GC06597....grab those keys
to the Jeep! And if you have the SONY CARD...you have
As we end the week, Pat lets us know that tonight's
show is show #4,500 in the nighttime version! Congrats
WOF, Harry Friedman and the cast and crew of the show!
Next week, it's "Just For Fun"!
Total for today:
Total for Week 3:
Total for the
Toss Up Sweeps: 1
Mystery Round Prizes
Car Wins: 2
Wants to Be a Millionaire? by Don Harpwood, GSNN
Air time: Check local listings or
Host: Meredith Vieira
Last time, Cynthia Robbins
(San Diego, CA) needed 3 lifelines, but she did get to
As she played, Cynthia has been keeping her focus on the
questions, and worrying about the money later. And she
has been able to keep her language in check, though she
admits to having a small problem with profanity. Let's
see if he can continue to keep control of herself, as
the game resumes...
With over 5 million subscribers, XM Satellite Radio
operates two orbiting satellites nicknamed what?
A: Music and Talk
B: AM and FM
C: R and B
D: Rock and Roll
Cynthia figures that it's A, and it is a free guess, so
she goes with A... but it's D! And she goes home with
Next up is John Vile (Lacey's Spring, AL), a retired
helicopter salesman. He considers himself to be the
ambassador of Alabama, and he says that Alabama says
"hello" to Meredith. Isn't that nice? Well, what's also
nice is that John starts by knowing that most medical
schools require incoming students to have taken biology
(I don't see how advanced scribbling would help). He
gets the $1,000, then after a couple more questions, he
In 1988, midwesterners Mark Badgley and James Mischka
joined forces to become famous names in what industry?
A: Interior design
John feels that it's time to ask the audience, and 48%
are saying B. He trusts them... and they're right! He
then goes on to complete the middle tier, and with
$25,000 secure, he has this to ponder...
John Lennon's first wife, who penned the 2005 memoir
"John" about her life with the former Beatle, has what
He thinks he knows, but John decides to use the 50:50 to
be sure. A and B remain. His answer is still there, so
he says B... and he's right! Moving on...
Which of these McDonald's menu items was not introduced
in the 1990s?
B: Arch Deluxe
C: Fajita Chicken Salad
D: McLean Deluxe
John isn't sure, so he switches it out. He'd have
guessed C, but it's A, so it was a good move. Then, this
What animal's eyes are the largest in the animal
kingdom, measuring up to 20 inches wide?
A: Giant squid
B: Komodo dragon
C: Blue whale
D: African elephant
John figures that it's not B or D, then calls his family
physician, Scott. He thinks it's A, with his certainty
being 70/30. John goes with A... and it's A! Next
The first Miss Universe, crowned in 1952, was a woman
from what country?
John says, "It's been fun." And with that, he walks with
$100,000! The answer, by the way, is D.
That's a nice way to finish a week, don't you think? See
ya on Monday!
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