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by Jason Huhn
Syn: check local
Host: Steve Harvey
TWO DAY CHAMPIONS
Jeremy, Jenni, Chris, Tony,
Marcia, Katelyn, Jeremy, Alicia,
Flower Mound, TX
Returning champions the Adams
family, still hoping to try again to win big, will now face the
SINGLE: something a teenage boy wants his parents to buy him.
1. Car 74
5. Bicycle 3
2. Video game/console9 6. Motorcycle 2
3. Cell phone 5
4. A chick 3
SINGLE: living or dead, a first lady who would make a great mom on
a TV show.
1. Michelle Obama 47
5. Laura Bush 9
2. Barbara Bush 12 6. Jackie
3. Hilary Clinton 11 7. Mamie Eisenhower 2
4. Nancy Reagan 11
DOUBLE: something grandma complains that grandpa does ten times a
1. Let one rip 19
5. Snore 5
2. Drain lizard/Poop 15
3. Nap 9
4. Forget/Repeats self 8
TRIPLE: something a police officer would get in big trouble for
1. Gun 67
2. Badge 16
3. Temper 10
4. Squad car 4
The Gackles couldn't keep up with the Adams in the game, even the
Adams got the winning steal on the last survey by knowing the #3
answer left in play, (maybe they saw that same survey from 2006)
to keep their title once again.
Jeremy & Tony are determined to get Fast Money done right. Jeremy
had some light answers on his side to score 66. Tony could only
get one of the #1s on his side, so it was another rough one for
the guys, and finish with an additional total of $600.
Fast Money #1 answers
- The musical instrument that sounds the worst when it's played by
a beginner: Violin
- A word or phrase that starts with "fast": Fast food
- Tell me a piece of sporting equipment most guys own: Baseball
- How long does a movie star's marriage last?: 2 years (Tony)
- Something you think other people spend too much money on: Car
by Chico Alexander
Syn: check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
Congrats to Jim Coury for a tournament
well fought. Today, John hopes to play for a TOC spot.
THREE DAY CHAMPION
Staten Island, NY
bookseller & writer
John starts with $200 Religious
Leaders, finding the Daily Double under $800. He bets the max of
$1000 on this: in the 1880s she taught her healing methods to
students at her Massachusetts Metaphysical College. "Who is Mary
Baker Eddy?" Right for $1800! He has the lead going into the half
with $8000 to $5600 for Paul. Robyn's $2400 gives her the first
crack at the board in Double Jeopardy!...
... with $400 Unreal TV Newspeople.
Paul finds the first Daily Double under $1600 Chemistry. He fronts
$2400 on this from Jimmy in the J! Lab. "On TV,
these 2 symbols play a part on 'Breaking Bad'. But in
chemistry, they represent these 2 elements, one a toxic liquid,
the other a metal." "What are bromine & barium?" FOR $10,800! John
finds the other under $1600 Classical Music. He's a little more
than halfway to Paul with $12,400 to his $24,000. He bets $2000 on
this: this haunting Mussorgsky work was inspired by a Nikolai
Gogol story about witches gathering to hold a Sabbath. "What is...
'Night on Bald Mountain'?" Should've went all-in, it's good for
$14,400. He ends up with that much to Paul's $24,000. Robyn has
If you're reading this and you've
been a player at the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions, go to
Jeopardy.com now and update your contact information. "Jeopardy!
may have plans for you." That's all Alex is saying right now.
Final Jeopardy! in "20th
in a PS to an April 12, 1945 letter, he wrote, "This was dictated
before the world fell in on me... What a blow it was. But--I must
meet it." Correct response: who was Harry Truman?
Everyone said Hitler. Everyone's
wrong. Paul bets enough to win with $19,103. John leaves with
Let's Ask America
by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings
Host: Kevin Pereira
Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: Friday 10a/9C OR 3p/2C on CBS
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Kat Gray
Hector - $27,769(Traded from $9,080)
Leah - $8,350
Keith - $6,200
Alexandra/Ryan - $6,038
Kallie - $3,848
Raymond - $2,000
Carolyn - $1,500
Victoria - $400
Big Deal Choice 1 - 25
Big Deal Choice 2 - 78
Big Deal Choice 3 - 55
Big Deal Location 1 - 65
Big Deal Location 2 - 41
Big Deal Location 3 - 52
Big Deal Wins- 47/158
Total for Week 34- $211,738
Total for Season - $6,509,389
$6M Passed - 05/03/13
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
CBS: Friday 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Amber Lancaster,
Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith & George Gray
Record today: 2-4
Record this week: 2-4
Record this season: 404-504-34
Total today: $43,504
Total this week: $43,504
Total this season: $10,636,905
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/1
$9M Passed: 5/7/13
Brand new week starts with Patricia
Brierley, Jamel Settles, Christine deMeo, and Janaye Williams
bidding on a laptop. The $900 Vaio goes to Patricia, and she'll
use that to plan her trip to New York City, provided she wins
Freeze Frame. She stops it at $6325... and that's good!
Janaye gets a $719 satellite radio, which goes surprisingly well
with a Chrysler 200LX. The price is among the 5 Pricetags.
... but Janaye ends up wiping out instead. If you find yourself
playing for a Chrysler 200LX, remember, they're $19,990.
Verlee Marion takes a $964 set of watches, which you can win at
priceisright.com. Now guess what time it is... it's time for a
digital smoker, a 3DTV, and a pair of folding bikes. It's also
time for Eazy as 1-2-3. The smoker... $699. The bikes... $1398.
The TV... $3149!
Janaye spins out $1000 on the Big Wheel. Meanwhile, Edward Buck
III, the first deaf player in the show's 41-year history, spins
out a winning bid on a $1150 digital camera with lens. Now he (and
his ASL interpreter Matthew) can share a jetski (if that's not
against show policy) in Squeeze Play. The board:
Edward takes out the 0... Needed to take out the 3 instead.
Michael Leal goes down and up thanks to a $3000 electric guitar.
Next for him... $10,000 in Grand Game! Target: $5.50. Reynolds
baking cups... $1.69! Kingsford lighter fluid... $4.39! Jell-O
no-bake cheesecake... $3.49! He's going for it on Minties dog
Which leaves us with Jamel and Christine, who've been in Bidder's
Row the entire show. One of them, or perhaps both of them, are
heading to the Land of Parting Gifts if they don't get in on a
Gucci purse & wallet combination. The price: $1760. The winner...
Christine! Now she gets to play with a Chevrolet Spark in Balance
Game. The bags: $920, $6000, $7000, and $8000. She bags up
$14,920... but it was too much. It's $13,920.
Edward (and Matthew) take on Janaye in the
Meek-Shall-Inherit-the-Earth Showcase Round. First up, get your
drink on with a trip to Idaho, a wine fridge, and a trip to Italy.
Top winner Janaye passes, and Edward bids $20,000. Janaye gets the
deep blues of a sapphire/diamond bracelet, a cruise of the
Mediterranean, and a sailboat. She bids $21,000. Acutal price:
$31,639, a difference of $10,639. Actual price of Edward's
Showcase... $22,440, a difference of $2440. What's the sign for
"winner"? It's the smile on Edward's face, as he takes away
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Syn: check listings
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today: $32,200
Total for Week 35: $203,378
Total for the Season: $8,711,183
Bonus Win Percentage: 66/175
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 17/1
Mystery Round Prizes won: 13
Car Wins: 18
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 229/17
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 4/4
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 44/175/6
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 90/175/24
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 71/40
Gift Tags won: 38
Free Play Hit: 149
Jackpot wins: 11
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 17/175
$8M Passed: 4/24/2013
Best Week: Week 15 $377,702
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
by Don Harpwood
Syn: check local listings
Host: Meredith Vieira
Michael Barbour (Syracuse, NY) -
His great-great-great-granduncle was a pirate.
He gets $1,000 from the 1st question, then jumps the 2nd, which
only had $500. He then sees this...
[Q3 - Leading Lady]
In 2012, Marissa Mayer became the first pregnant woman to become a
A: Surgeon General
B: NASCAR driver
C: Fortune 500 company CEO
D: NASA astronaut
Michael asks the audience, and 55% say C. He agrees with them, and
they're right, giving him... $5,000 more for a total of $6,000!
He then jumps the 5th question, which had just $100. Eventually,
he gets to this with $33,000...
[Q9 - That's the Truth]
What poet's 1823 work "Don Juan" is commonly credited with
introducing the phrase "truth is stranger than fiction"?
A: Rudyard Kipling
B: Lord Byron
C: Alfred Tennyson
D: William Butler Yeats
Michael is not familiar with this work. He feels that A is later,
and C is primarily a poetry writer. He also says that B "loved his
ladies." In the end, he walks with $16,500! As for the answer,
Jill Bristow (Canoga Park, CA) - Security officer
She also likes to do palm readings.
After getting $2,000 from the 1st question, she faces this...
[Q2 - Literary Ladies]
What best-selling author was the first person to be inducted into
the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame?
A: Sue Grafton
B: Nora Roberts
C: Patricia Cornwell
D: Mary Higgins Clark
After eliminating A and C, Jill goes with D... but it's B! That
sends her home with $1,000.
Jonathan Reinstein (Dix Hills, NY) - Legal researcher
He is also a student (at night).
He has $10,000 from the 1st question when this pops up...
[Q2 - Best Sayings]
Which of these animal parts is used to describe something of the
A: Frog's feet
B: Beaver's teeth
C: Tiger's tail
D: Bee's knees
Jonathan is stuck between two of those, but he does have something
in mind. Still, he turns to the audience, and 80% say D. He goes
with that, and it is indeed D, adding to his bank... $2,000! That
makes his total $12,000 as the horn goes off; Jonathan returns