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Family Feud by Jason Huhn
Syn: check local
listings Host: Steve Harvey
Halsell Toe, Denise, Robert, Tyeshia, Rob
THREE DAY CHAMPIONS
McNulty Tommy, Christine, Kim, Katie,
We're back with returning champions
the McNulty family and they will now face the Halsell family.
SINGLE: one word for someone who tells on another person. 1. Snitch 50
5. Squealer 3
2. Tattletale 20 6. Gossip 2
3. Rat 12
4. Narc 3
SINGLE: something the police might find in a criminal's freezer. 1. A body/parts 44
5. Food 2
2. Drugs 27
3. Cash/Stolen goods20
4. Gun/Weapon 6
DOUBLE: something you might be tempted to steal from a doctor's
office. 1. Drugs/Samples 17
5. Hot nurse 7
2. Magazine 15
3. Stethoscope 11
4. Gloves 11
TRIPLE: something people say is "on the house". 1. Drink/Food 91
2. The chimney 2
3. The address 2
4. The roof 2
The last survey was tough aftre the #1 answer, in fact, neither
family was thinking fourth dimensional if they listened to the
question more carefully. Luckily, the McNultys had control and the
Halsells haircut for the steal was not up there, resulting in
another McNulty win.
Colleen & Christine play Fast Money once again. Colleen had some
good answers, with some light ones at the end, but she still
scored 104. Christine wished she looked down at her feet and not
the back, as that goose egg resulted in falling short by one
point. They now have a four-day total of $22,510 and a win on
Thursday's show, means winning a new car.
Fast Money #1 answers
- An animal you might encounter in the woods that would not scare
you: Squirrel (Colleen)
- 1-10, how afraid are you of growing old?: 10 (Colleen)
- Something you'd be lost without: Family/Mate (Colleen)
- A part of the body that's spelled with four letters: Feet/Foot
- Something people do when they're alone: Read (Christine)
Let's Ask America by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings Host: Kevin Pereira
Let's Make a Deal by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C OR 3p/2C on CBS Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Kat Gray
Eric - $22,495(traded from $6,778)
Daniyah/Travis - $11,710
Jhoanna - $6,099
Crystal - $2,000
Alvin - $1,740
Peter - $800
April - $800
Abbigail - $0.
Marisa - OLE!
Katherine - OINK
Big Deal Choice 1 - 25
Big Deal Choice 2 - 77
Big Deal Choice 3 - 54
Big Deal Location 1 - 65
Big Deal Location 2 - 40
Big Deal Location 3 - 51
Big Deal Wins- 46/156
Total for Week 34- $105,461
Total for Season - $6,403,112
$6M Passed - 05/03/13
Midweek Madness starts off with Eric
the Chef, Alvin the Graduate and Sarah the Renaissance Lady. They
each have 1/3 of the LMAD Mini Vault(with cash). Eric takes
Curtain 2 for his share of the cash and wins a pair of Piaggio
Scooters worth $6,778! Alvin/Sarah have 50% of the Mini Vault.
Alvin can keep the cash or the Curtain. He keeps the vault and
passes on hiking gear for him/her and longboards worth $3,325!
Sarah can take her share or take the LMAD Envelope. She takes the
cash and passes on a ZONK VIDEO GAME(ZONK). The vault is worth
$3,480! They each win $1,740 in cash!
Daniyah/Travis(the elves) are playing for a Gray Line of Alaska
rail tour of Alaska for 6N worth $11,710! They are playing TIME
LINE. They have to put these shows in order of their US Debut:
PERFECT STRANGERS, FAMILY MATTERS AND CHEERS. If they do it right,
they are going to Alaska. They go CHEERS, PERFECT STRANGERS,
FAMILY MATTERS. They win the trip as it was 1982,1986, 1989!
BUT...they can play for a new Ford Fiesta Hatchback worth $16,465!
They have to give back their trip and place THE WONDER YEARS
either before 1982, 1982-1986, 1986-1989 or after 1989. They keep
the trip! For fun, they place it 1982-1986. They were WRONG. It
premiered in 1988.
Marisa the Mardi Gras Girl has the small box with a sombrero on
Tiffany. That hat is a clue to the prize in the box. Will she take
the box or $500? She takes the box...$600...and wins a NACHO
SOMBRERO(Viewer Submitted ZONK). Jhoanna the Pizza has Curtain 2
with a clue of 2-12 words based on a die roll. She gets 7 words
and they are: "Push and Shoot enjoy fun time tonight". She passes
on $700 = $100/word and wins a new gaming package including a 47"
LED HDTV with a PS3 System and Move Controller. We also have an EA
Sports Package including PS Vita and 2 EA Games along with a 13
Game Arcade Cabinet worth $6,099!
April the Bunco Babe, Peter the Bologna and Katherine(as Pippi
Longstockings). Peter is the boss. The Red Box is HIS/HERS and the
Green Box is UNISEX. He picks the Green Box and passes on his/her
Red Line/A Line designer watches worth $2,280 from
Worldofwatches.com. Will Peter keep the Green Box or take the Big
Box which has BUTTONS. He passes on the Big Box which was an All
In One Computer, 24MP DSLR Camera, HD Camcorder and a digital
photo frame worth $4,360! The Ladies are in charge. Will they keep
unisex or take the small box which involves water? They pass on
the small box which was a trip to Puerto Rico at the Rincon Beach
Resort for 7N worth $6,022! Individual decisions time. Who takes
the Box and who takes $800? Peter and April take $800. Katherine
keeps the box and wins PIGS WITH WIGS(ZONK).
Abbigail the Rocket gets $1,500 which she can use to win a 2013
Mazda 2 Sport worth $15,515! She is playing the Great Escape. She
has 15 seconds to release the keys to the Mazda from the locked
box. She has 15 keys and can only use one key at a time. She can
buy up to 15 more seconds at $100/per second to try and win the
car. She buys all 15 seconds and has all 30 to win the car. She
does not WIN THE CAR. 11 was the winner.
Last deal involves the LMAD ATM and Crystal the "Candy Lady" has
the ATM Card. She can make as many withdrawals as long as she
isn't overdrawn. We start with $650. She goes on with $200. She
has $850 and goes on with $1,150. She has $2,000 and stops. She
leaves at the right time. No money was left. Will she keep $2,000
or Curtain 3? She passes on Curtain 3 which was a Pink Box Tool
Set and 32" LED HDTV worth $2,463!
Who trades for a shot at $22,495? It's Eric with his scooters. He
picks 1. 2 was new kitchen appliances with refrigerator, range,
dishwasher and small appliance collection worth $6,996! 1 was THE
BIG DEAL and it is a 2013 Ford Fusion Sedan worth $22,495! 3 was a
trip to Palm Springs for 4N at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells
Resort worth $2,116!
The Price Is Right by Chico Alexander
CBS: 11a/10C Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Amber Lancaster,
Rob Wilson & George Gray
Record today: breakeven
Record this week: 9-8-1
Record this season: 397-493-34
Total today: $62,924
Total this week: $204,307
Total this season: $10,449,184
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/1
$9M Passed: 5/7/13
Middle of the week TPIR gives us Sarah
Beyazian, Devon del Valle, Kathleen O'Brien, Marquis Cox, and an
iPhone 5. With service, it comes to $1040. Now call your mom,
Devon, because it's PLINKO TIME! With just the chip from Drew, he
Marquis wins a $1274 kayak. He can try that out either in Cancun
or Seattle if he can plant the 1 Right Price if $5532 on the right
trip. He goes with Cancun... and that's a winner!
Sarah sets her sights on a $1308 cutlery set. Will Sarah smile
after winning a Honda Civic? The game is One Away. The price is
NOT $27,845. She tries $18,756... and the lady in the back with
all the buttons gives us FOUR! How about $18,754? How about...no.
It was $18,956.
Marquis wins the first Showdown of hthe day. John Bellany wins an
$849 skeeball on his first shot. Now can he shoot for a match for
his home theatre speakers at the Swap Meet? The choices: a 3DTV, a
set of Stella McCartney accessories, and an exercise bike. He
seals for the exercise bike....$699 is a good bet. The price of
the speakers.... $699!
Kathleen takes a $1300 mini-fridge and a chance at a Toyota Tacoma
in Pass the Buck. She too gets just the freebie and with it, pick
#4... $3000 isn't bad, but the nuts were behind #1.
Sheryl Young Graham wins an $850 sapphire/diamond ring. Now she'll
try and ring in a patio set with outdoor kitchen island to go with
the $500 bonus. It's Side by Side. It is either $8857 or $5788.
She goes with $8857... that's a win!
And we have a clash of the Titans Showcase with Marquis and Sheryl
playing. First up, trips to Carmel, Arizona, and everywhere in
between with a Jeep Patriot Sport. Top winner Marquis passes, and
Sheryl bids $21,500. Marquis gets a MacBook pro, a train trip
through the Canadian Rockies, and a Honda Fury motorcycle. He bids
$25,000. Had he kept his Showcase, he'd be off by some $2000.
Instead, he's over the $21,867 cost. Actual price of Sheryl's
Showcase... $27,660. That gives her the game and $37,867!
Before we check out of this recap,
here's something you NEED to see from SCSD#2. If it doesn't truly
reaffirm your faith in the franchise, call your doctor and have
him check out where your heart is supposed to be.
Good luck, Scott! We'll meet you again someday!
Wheel of Fortune by Jason Block
Syn: check listings Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today: $65,745
Total for Week 34: $211,537
Total for the Season: $8,507,805
Bonus Win Percentage: 66/170
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 17/1
Mystery Round Prizes won: 12
Car Wins: 18
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 229/17
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 3/4
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 44/170/6
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 88/170/24
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 68/38
Gift Tags won: 37
Free Play Hit: 144
Jackpot wins: 11
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 17/170
$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
Keith Romer (Brooklyn, NY) begins this
episode with $58,500 through 8 questions, and with both Jumps
still on the table.
Those Jumps are used on the 9th and 10th questions, leaping over
$10,000 and $100. That brings him into Classic Millionaire...
Who was once a golf caddy for OJ Simpson and competed against
Tiger Woods in the American Junior Golf Association?
A: Mario Lopez
B: Nick Lachey
C: Seth Meyers
D: Carson Daly
Keith has a feeling that it's D, but he's not sure enough, so he
walks. D turned out to be right, but hey, he does leave with
Teddy George (New Orleans, LA) - Sports radio personality At
night, he teaches salsa dancing.
[Q1 - Statuesque]
Surpassing the towering figure overlooking Rio de Janeiro, a town
in Poland erected a 118-foot-tall statue of what Biblical man in
Teddy says that a statue of C is in Rio de Janeiro, but he's not
100% sure about this, so he asks the audience. 68% say C, though
Meredith notes that that vote could have been influenced by what
he said. Still, he goes with C, and that is right, giving him...
He then gets $3,000 from the 2nd question, making his total
$28,000; he then jumps the 3rd and 4th, missing out on $5,000 and
$15,000. After that is this...
[Q5 - Funny Flavor]
In a nod to an SNL sketch featuring Alec Baldwin, Ben & Jerry's
recently introduced a limited edition ice cream flavor called
B: Schweddy Balls
C: Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer
D: Coffee Talk
Teddy eliminates A and D. He looks at the question again, then
says that he thinks Ben & Jerry's is family-friendly, so he
wouldn't expect B "all over the place." In the end, he decides to
walk with $14,000! As for the answer, it is B.
Nadine Lubka (New York, NY) - Elementary school teacher
She jumps the 1st question, which had just $100. By the time the
horn goes off, she has a total of $22,000 after 3. Nadine will be
back tomorrow for more!