Jeopardy!: The Vault by Chico Alexander @DinoRAlexander Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings Host: Alex Trebek Tonight's dive into The Vault gives us the first big star of Jeopardy! in the modern era, as we see Chuck Forrest defend his title for the fourth--and final--time en route to "bouncing" to a record total take. OAD: October 4, 1985. FOUR DAY CHAMPION Chuck Forrest Grand Blanc, MI law student $60,000 Susan McGowan San Francisco office automation manager Linda Alznauer Los Angeles student & actress JEOPARDY! ROUND: Presidential Middle Names, Celebrity Sayings, WWII Trivia, Science, 12-Letter Words, Bear Facts Chuck starts with $100 Presidential Middle Names. Susan has $800 when she finds the Daily Double under $400 12-Letter Words. She wagers the level on this: the university choral group whose theme song is the following: "Yes, the magic of their singing / Of the songs we love so well / 'Shall I Wasting' and 'Mavoumeen' and the rest..." "Who are the Whiffenpoofs?" RIGHT for $1200! She ends up with $2200 to $4400 for Chuck. Linda has $800 and the first pick in... DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: The '50s, Odd Customs, The Bible, Classic Country, Islands, Fruits & Vegetables. ... with $200 The '50s. Susan finds the first Daily Double under $800 Islands. She wagers $400 of her $3400 on this: 1st to claim California gold said he found it on this island named for St. Catherine. "What is Santa Catalina?" RIGHT for $3800! Chuck finds the other under $600 Classic Country. He wagers $3000 on this: 1 of 3 original members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. "Who is Hank Williams Sr.?" The other two are Jimmie Rodgers & Fred Rose for $11,000! He ends up with $12,800 to $6400 for Susan. Linda is all but out of it with $1400. Second place wins a White-Westinghouse washer/dryer and Jules Jurgensen his & hers diamond watches. Third place goes home with a Waring set of kitchen electrics. FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Business & Industry": over 1/2 of Fortune 500 & 42% of all NY Stock Exchange companies are incorporated in this state. Correct response: what is Delaware? Chuck is the only one to get it right to win $12,800, giving him a five-day total of $72,800! A record for 1985... but it wouldn't last forever, and we'll meet the man who'll break it tomorrow. Jeopardy!: The Vault by Chico Alexander @DinoRAlexander Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings Host: Alex Trebek Tonight's dive into The Vault gives us the first big star of Jeopardy! in the modern era, as we see Chuck Forrest defend his title for the fourth--and final--time en route to "bouncing" to a record total take. OAD: October 4, 1985. FOUR DAY CHAMPION Chuck Forrest Grand Blanc, MI law student $60,000 Susan McGowan San Francisco office automation manager Linda Alznauer Los Angeles student & actress JEOPARDY! ROUND: Presidential Middle Names, Celebrity Sayings, WWII Trivia, Science, 12-Letter Words, Bear Facts Chuck starts with $100 Presidential Middle Names. Susan has $800 when she finds the Daily Double under $400 12-Letter Words. She wagers the level on this: the university choral group whose theme song is the following: "Yes, the magic of their singing / Of the songs we love so well / 'Shall I Wasting' and 'Mavoumeen' and the rest..." "Who are the Whiffenpoofs?" RIGHT for $1200! She ends up with $2200 to $4400 for Chuck. Linda has $800 and the first pick in... DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: The '50s, Odd Customs, The Bible, Classic Country, Islands, Fruits & Vegetables. ... with $200 The '50s. Susan finds the first Daily Double under $800 Islands. She wagers $400 of her $3400 on this: 1st to claim California gold said he found it on this island named for St. Catherine. "What is Santa Catalina?" RIGHT for $3800! Chuck finds the other under $600 Classic Country. He wagers $3000 on this: 1 of 3 original members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. "Who is Hank Williams Sr.?" The other two are Jimmie Rodgers & Fred Rose for $11,000! He ends up with $12,800 to $6400 for Susan. Linda is all but out of it with $1400. Second place wins a White-Westinghouse washer/dryer and Jules Jurgensen his & hers diamond watches. Third place goes home with a Waring set of kitchen electrics. FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Business & Industry": over 1/2 of Fortune 500 & 42% of all NY Stock Exchange companies are incorporated in this state. Correct response: what is Delaware? Chuck is the only one to get it right to win $12,800, giving him a five-day total of $72,800! A record for 1985... but it wouldn't last forever, and we'll meet the man who'll break it tomorrow. Game Show Newsnet
   
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Jeopardy!: The Vault
by Chico Alexander
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WILD CARD WATCH
- Leslie Frates: $22,000 (LOCK)
- Eric Newhouse: $20,000
- Leslie Shannon: $20,000
- Claudia Perry: $17,400

--- CUT LINE ---
- Rachael Schwartz: $12,401
- Frank Spangenberg: $6799
Our deep dive into the Jeopardy! Vault continues with another round of Million Dollar Masters from 2002. This preliminary features a later-day legend, the first ever blind five-time champion.

Leslie Shannon
Sydney, AUS
manager of a research lab
Eddie Timanus
Arlington, VA
sports reporter
Bob Verini
Los Angeles
film journalist & test prep teacher

As before, the only advantage that Eddie will get is a card with every category in Braille.

JEOPARDY! ROUND: The New York Times Best Sellers, PEople from India, Track & Field, White, Wheat, Wry

Leslie drew first position and gets to start with $200 Wry. Bob finds the Daily Double under $400 New York Times Best Sellers. He wagers it all on this: this sequel by Alexandria Ripley, published 55 years after the original novel, entered the list at No. 1 in 1991. "What is 'Scarlett'?" FOR THE DOUBLER, $2000! He ends up with $8400 to $4400 for Leslie. Eddie, on $2400, gets the board to start...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: European History, Movies By Character, Poetic License, Scientific Discovery, Music Appreciation; You've Got a "Tude", Mister

... with $400 You've Got a Serious "Tude", Mister. Bob finds the first Daily Double under $1600 Poetic License. He goes for $1800 on this: one week after a secret wedding at St. Marylebone Church, she ran off to Italy, escaping Wimpole Street forever. "Who is Elizabeth Barrett Browning?" RIGHT for $16,600! Eddie finds the other under $1600 Music Appreciation. He goes for it on this: the name of this small harpsichord may come from the Latin for "rid" or the Latin for "maiden". "What is a clavichord?" Nope, it was a virginal, dropping him to zero. He recovers to $800 to $10,000 for Leslie, but with $21,000, it's Bob's game to lose.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "US Cities": founded in 1758, it's named for a British prime minister who was a noted defender of the American colonists. Correct response: what is Pittsburgh?

Leslie is right... but so is Bob to win with $21,000. He'll return next week... but who'll join him? Stay tuned...

Cannonball
by Chico Alexander
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USA: 8p/7c
Host: Mike Mizanin & Rocsi Diaz with Simon Gibson
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(Cannonball is an extreme water competition that is designed, tested, and supervised by folks who have expertise in this sort of thing. The challenges depicted should never be duplicated anywhere by anyone at any time. GSNN cares)

A brand new set of sliders are ready to put their floaties where their mouths are.

HIGH WATER MARK: Our brave group of athletes will slide down the seven-story Mega Slide for height on a suspended cylinder. The eight who make it the highest will advance.
- Na'eem Walton (fitness director): 10'6"
- Dana Kippel (alien specialist): 2'11"
- Connor Gowland (Groton, MA): 10'5"
- Andrea Logan (bodybuilder): 7'6"
- Krisalys Paulino (Bronx, NY; IT specialist): NO CONTACT!
- Chad Reinhart (cat dad): 10'7"
- BEST OF THE REST™: Katherine Barbosa, Dakota Moxon, Tony Ruiz

SAVAGE SWING: Cling onto a torpedo 5 stories in the air and time your drop onto a yellow spot in the lagoon. The six closest will advance.
- Dakota (rapping gym teacher): 12'5"
- Katherine (aviation specialist & Army vetera ): 8'7"
- Chad: 11'9"
- Andrea: 10'6"
- Na'eem: 13'
- Connor: 6'9"
- Tony (commercial builder): 16'2"
- Dana: 13'11"
ELIMINATED: Tony, Dana

SURFRIDER: Leap onto a surfboard 4 stories into the air and hang on. For every 0.1 second your hands touch the board, it's a foot penalty. The top five advance.
- Chad: 18'1"
- Dakota: 53'10"
- Na'eem: 14'10"
- Andrea: 70'9"
- Connor: 87'11"
- Katherine: 11'7"
ELIMINATED: Katherine

SEMIFINALS: BLAST OFF: The five athletes will have to stand on a small cannonball that shoots water up to 70mph. The water pressure increases the longer you ride. The four that hang on for the longest time move on to the final round.
- Dakota: 17.3s
- Connor: 18.6s
- Na'eem: 21.5s
- Andrea: 13s
- Chad: 25.2s
ELIMINATED: Andrea

FINALS: THE CANNON: Back at the Mega Slide, which added a 20-foot cannon that will launch in total darkness AND became 20% steeper. This time, you'll be measured in both length and height. The most total distance will win the $10,000.
- Connor: 57'10"
- Na'eem: 58'5"
- Chad: 63'9"
- Dakota: 62'2"

That was CLOSE, but Chad the cat daddy make the course his daddy for $10,000!

Don't
by Chico Alexander
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ABC: 9p/8c
Host: Adam Scott with Ryan Reynolds
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(C-Note: a lot of what goes on on this stage may look fun, but it's been designed, tested, and supervised by experts, far too many to imitate at home, so... DON'T)

Tonight, the "Don't Master" sets one up with the Jean family - sisters Jeannie (an account executive), Tamara (a nursing student), and Neside (the baby), and their honorary fourth sister Melissa (an opera singer).

DON'T GET CLOCKED: Neside and Melissa are under a clock. JEannie and Tamara have to answer questions whose answers are 1 to 12. Grab the correct number without getting clocked by the clock's hammers for $1500. The game ends when 5 minutes elapse or when both players are clocked.
- They end up with five right answers for $7500.

DON'T BUDGE: Tamara will be behind a sheet of glass wearing a pincushion helmet. Different objects will be shot at you at high speed. If you don't budge, you'll win money. If you pop a balloon, no money. Pop all three... Game over. The Don't Push Button is in play
- Tamara makes a stand for $17,000, giving them $24,500.

DON'T MISS A BEAT: Jeannie will perform several dances while on a spinning turntable. Every dance, she'll switch turntables. Each correct guess is worth $2000. Ten in three minutes... $20,000.
- DON'T YOU DARE: For another $5000, we'll crank up the speed by 50 percent. They'll do it!
- Jeannie conveys 6 for $12,000. With the Don't You Dare, it's another $17,000, giving the family $41,500.

DON'T USE FOWL LANGUAGE: Identify the celebrities pictured. If they share their name with a kind of bird, they have to push the bird-egg button before they can answer. IF they answer and correctly identify them as a bird, they win $2500. If they answer and correctly identify them as NOT a bird, they win $1000. If they fail to do either of those things, it's a goose-egg.
- The Jeans get $11,000, bringing them to $52,500.

DON'T BE SHOCKED: All four players will answer true/false questions worth $2000 each. Get one wrong, and you'll be shocked with electric shocks you're wearing... and you'll also be eliminated. Game ends when Adam runs out of questions or the Jeans run out of players.
- They get two for $4000, leaving with a total of $56,500.

Holey Moley II: The Sequel
by Chico Alexander
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ABC: 8p/7c
Host: Rob Riggle & Joe Tessitore with Jeannie Mai and Stephen Curry

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David Koonvirarak licked the course for the Golden Putter, the Plaid Jacket, and the shot at $250,000 at the end of the season. Today, another eight take the course.

ROUND 1
HOLE #1 is POLCANO - Putt up the side of the volcano through a rock-laden Plinko board. Land in the center to get the best position. Otherwise, it'll end up in the rough or the hazard depending on where it lands. In any case, you'll have to zipline your way around the pole in the lagoon to the green to finish the hole. Land in the water, it's a stroke penalty.
- Mallory "Six Pack" Sestak (Santa Barbara, CA; kickboxer) vs. Kris Mill (Chandler, AZ; food truck owner). WINNER: Mallory
HOLE #2 is BEAVER CREEK - Putt across the fallen tree, then cross over the rotating tree trunk. Land in the water, and it's a stroke penalty.
- James Aguilar (Inglewood, CA; USPS mechanic) vs. Gabi Lucas (Las Vegas; golf club seller). WINNER: James
HOLE #3 is DIVING RANGE - Three putters will dive off of a giant tee with three judges - Greg Louganis, Steve Guttenberg, and Sir Goph - scoring. The two highest scored dives will putt out the hole. Highest score dive gets better ball placement.
- Aaron Kaminski (Ocean City, NJ; mini-golf president) vs. Andi Neilson (Hempstead, NY; golf shop manager) vs. Joey Cifelli (Chicago Heights, IL; SWEATY). WINNER: Aaron.
HOLE #4 is BUNS & WIENERS - Putt across the rotating bun and ricochet the ball from the knife to the green, then run from the grill across the wieners to the green to putt it out. Falling off the wieners is a one-stroke penalty.
- Lauren Klein-Warren (New Haven, CT; statistician) vs. Uzo Utti (Bronx, NY; personal trainer). WINNER: Uzo

ROUND 2
HOLE #5 is DOUBLE DUTCH COURAGE - Two giant windmills with more blades than season 1. You have to get your ball... and yourself... through. If either land in the water, it's a stroke penalty.
- Mallory vs. James. WINNER: Mallory
HOLE #6 is DRAGON'S BREATH - Putt into one of the three holes under the archway to lower the drawbridge and get access to the final hole. All while wearing a suit of armor AND putting downwind of actual fire.
- Aaron vs. Uzo. WINNER: Aaron

FINAL ROUND
HOLE #7 is... HOLE NUMBER TWO - Putt through a 30-foot stretch to the green, then get to the green by running the same stretch while avoiding opening port-a-johns. Drop into the drink, it's a one-stroke penalty.
- Aaron: 3 with two penalties.
- Mallory: TWO!

Mallory Sestak just scored the knockout on this round, winning the Putter and the Jacket and the right to put for $250,000 in the finale.

Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet
by Chico Alexander
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Netflix: season 3 available
Host: Hunter March with Candace Nelson & Adriano Zumbo
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  We're getting real on this TROPICAL VACATION-themed edition, as joining Candace and Adriano in this BLACKOUT-themed edition... actress, producer & real housewife Garcelle Beauvais.

Kate & Tennille
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baker friends
Chuck & Tom
parts unknown
colleagues
Sally & Bekah
Anchorage, AK
sisters
Angel & Mark
Dallas
married owner, It's Sugar-Coated Bakery

CUPCAKES (3 hours): Cupcakes inspired by their favorite tropical cocktail. EXTRA SWEET CHALLENGE: they have to incorporate something luau-themed
- Kate & Tennille: Coconut Rum Cupcakes with Pineapple Swiss Meringue Buttercream & Strawberry Rum Coulis filled with Haupia. EXTRA SWEET: Grass skirt (DONE: 1:55:14)
- Chuck & Tom: Blue Hawaii Cupcakes with Blue Curacao Swiss Meringue Buttercream filled with Pineapple & Rum. EXTRA SWEET: Buttercream hibiscus flower & pineapple wedge (DONE: 1:57:21)
- Sally & Bekah. Cardamom Cupcake with Grapefruit Curd Filling Topped with Tequila Lime Swiss Meringue Buttercream. EXTRA SWEET: Grapefruit macarons (DONE: 1:48:28)
- Angel & Mark: Pina Colada Cupcakes with Pina COlada Curd Filling, Coconut Buttercream & Toasted Coconut. EXTRA SWEET: Fondant lei. (DONE: 1:40:22)
WINNER: Sally & Bekah ($1500)
ELIMINATED: Kate & Tennille

CONFECTIONS (remaining time): Create a tropical inspired confection. EXTRA SWEET CHALLENGE: Use an exotic ingredient from the Extra Sweet Box.
- Chuck & Tom: Kalamansi Mousseline, Vanilla Chantilly Cream, Coconut Dacquoise, and Passion Fruit Pulp Garnish Deconstructed Trifle. EXTRA SWEET: Kalamansi (DONE: :48:31)
- Sally & Bekah: Tamarind Hibiscus Custard with Desiccated Coconut Crust & Basil Whipped Cream. EXTRA SWEET: Tamarind & hibiscus (DONE: :32:32)
- Angel & Mark: Dragon Fruit Sorbet with Homemade Waffle Cone Crisp. EXTRA SWEET: Dragon fruit (DONE: :21:32)
WINNER: Sally & Bekah ($1500)
ELIMINATED: Angel & Mark

CAKES: Create a tropical vacation-inspired cake. EXTRA SWEET CHALLENGE: Ckae must have a water feature
- Chuck & Tom (3:48:31): Aquarium Tropical Fruit Medley Cake with Coconut Swiss Meringue Buttercream. EXTRA SWEET: a dolphin that shoots water
- Sally & Bekah (3:32:32): Sinkhole Key Lime Cake with Mango Chili & Lime Buttercreams. EXTRA SWEET: water tank

Who took the panel on vacation? Winner of $10,000... by a vote of 2-1, ... CHUCK & TOM! They're taking home $10,000! But don't cry for Sally & Bekah, they're taking home $3000.

Season 3 is available in its entirety on Netflix. Another recap follows tomorrow.

To Tell the Truth
by Chico Alexander
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ABC: 10p/9c
Host: Anthony Anderson with Mama Doris
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Patton Oswalt
"The Goldbergs"
Kristen Schaal
"Bob's Burgers"
Taran Killam
"Single Parents"
Michael Strahan
"The $100,000 Pyramid"

GAME 1: "I'm the original Coppertone baby." Cheri Irwin posed for her mom, who painted the original ad.
- #1:
- #2: Patton, Kristen, Taran, Michael
- #3:
CORRECT: #2. #1 is Helen McCardle, an Uber driver. #3 is Pamela Clay, who's spent some time on the beach.

GAME 2: "I am the World's Strongest Man." Martins Lich is the reigning World's Strongest Man.
- #1:
- #2: Patton, Kristen
- #3: Taran, Michael
CORRECT: #3. #1 is Luca Pennaz-Zato, who owns two kittens. #2 is Jason Derulo's bodyguard.

GAME 3: "I donated a kidney to my ex." Michael actually interviewed this couple, so Mama Doris would take his place while he recused himself.
- #1: Kristen
- #2:
- #3: Patton, Taran, Mama Doris
CORRECT: #3, Bill Heinrichs & Mary Ziegler. Because Mama Doris was right, Michael is still up for the Doris.

BEFORE YOU GO: One of the imposter couples from the last game is the couple whose home inspired the "Conjuring" movie franchise.
- #1: Taran, Kristen, Michael
- #2: Patton
CORRECT: #1, Cory & Jennifer Heinzen. #2 is Max & Susan, who are not even married.

Going into the final game, Michael and Taran are tied at 40. Patton has 20, and Kristen 10.

DOUBLE POINTS GAME 5: "I'm a professional backup singer." Cherry Black sings with Katy Perry for a living.
- #1: Peyton, Kristen, Taran
- #2: Michael
- #3:
CORRECT: #2. #1 is Charlene Rose Masuda, a professional Dolly Parton impersonator. #3 is Nikea Gamby-Turner, who's a big Katy Perry fan.

And Michael has swept the game to win the Doris! On the other side of the coin, Kristen has been crowned the worst player today. We'd love to hear some words, but we're out of time.

Wheel of Fortune
by
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Syn/YesTV: 7p/6C
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Total for Today - $45,648
Total for Week 32 - $215,803
Total for the Season: $8,398,983
Bonus Win Percentage: 56/159
Bonus Round Losses Cash: $2,911,000
Bonus Round Losses Cars: 2 Chevy Blazers, 3 Mazda CX-5s, 2 GMC Terrain SUVs, 1 Toyota RAV4, 1 Ford Edge, 3 Buick Encores, 2 VW Beetle Convertibles, 2 Ford Escape SUVs, 3 Mini Coopers. 2 Cadillac XT4s, 3 Mercedes SUV, 1 Jeep Compass SUV
Gooseeggs: 16
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 5/3
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 35/11/25
Car Wins: 19 $100,000
Losses/Wins: 3/0 $1,000,000
Losses/Wins: $1,000,000
Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 40/159/12/25
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 82/159/22/42
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 39/33/14
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 77/38/24
$2,500 Space Hit - 47
$3,500 Space Hit - 97
$5,000 Space Hit - 8
Bankrupt Space Hit - 433
Lose A Turn Hit - 110
Vowels Missed:
A -30 E- 33 I - 37 O- 27 U -5
Missed solves - 11
Repeated a letter/vowel - 23
Perfect Rounds: 78 House Minimums - 36
Gift Tags hit/won/lost: 86/42/39
Free Play Hit: 125
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 6/159
Best Week: America's Game(week 29) - $366,157
Best Player(s) - Dave Andrade - $113,055
Bankrupt Losses: $858,498 + 6 Trips of Unknown Value
Left on the Table: $2,067,922 + 15 Prizes of Unknown Value
Red Podium Win - 49
Yellow Podium Win - 61
Blue Podium Win - 49
Worst Week: Bed and Breakfast - $207,937
$8M Passed - 04/27/2020 - 151 Shows - (19 + 19 + 18 + 20 + 21 + 21 + 18 + 15)

LANDED ON:
A : 10
M : 11
E : 9
R: 8
I : 7
C: 8
A: 7
': 5
S: 2
G: 6
A: 8
M: 2
E : 9
S: 6
P: 6
I: 10
N: 4
& : 3
W: 5
I : 8
N: 7
* - 6
** - 6
*** - 5

BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? -33/25/6/19
PERSON/PEOPLE -26/7/1/6
EVENT(s) -15/7/5/2
SHOW BIZ -2/1/0/1
LIVING THING(s) - 45/13/4/9
IN THE KITCHEN -
PHRASE -113/51/21/30
FOOD & DRINK -25/13/4/9
THING(s) -152/14/6/8
FUN & GAMES -14/7/2/5
ON THE MAP -1/1/1/0
AROUND THE HOUSE -9/3/1/2 PLACE(s) -26/10/4/6
CHARACTER(s) -
WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? 12/6/4/2
OCCUPATION(s) - 1/1/0/1

One of the 2 Make Good weeks of Season 37 is here - it's Day 4 of UK Getaway Week!

The $1,000 Tossup is THING. Ellen Turso from Buford, SC solves FAMILY COAT OF ARMS. La Chandra Marsetta from Sacramento, CA is married for 27 years with 3 grown children and 3 grandchildren. Anwer Rafiki from Oklahoma City and has 3 cats and 2 dogs.

The $2,000 Tossup is SHOW BIZ. Anwer has $2,000 with SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK.  We start the next round, but we add this Collette Vacation to the wheel! It's a tour of Scotland worth $9,898! Anwer starts PHRASE. He picks up the WC with a $500 T but misses. Ellen hits 2 $2,500 N's and solves PEOPLE PLACES AND THINGS for $9,600. She has $10,600 in cash! We move on to...

The Consumer Cellular mystery round which is started by Ellen as well. It's BEFORE & AFTER. She loses $2,450 on Bankrupt. La Chandra misses a vowel - I. Anwer hits Lose a Turn. Ellen hits the $10,000 mystery round prize with a $2,000 risk. She solves YOU CAN'T HURRY LOVE HANDLES for that $10,000 and has $20,600 in cash! And because Ellen won the mystery round prize someone at home will win it too. It goes to the SPIN ID Holder of the number JC7921361! We move on to...

The Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is started by La Chandra! It's PLACES. She misses I again. Anwer misses a vowel - O. Ellen Bankrupts. La Chandra hits Lose a Turn. Anwer solves SPECTACULAR LANDSCAPES for $3,550 and a Collette Vacations Tour of Iceland worth $8,398! He has $13,948 in cash and prizes along with the WC!

The Triple Tossup category is LIVING THING. Anwer misses and Ellen has $2,000 with YELLOW BUTTERCUP. Anwer has $2,000 with ORANGE POPPY. La Chandra is finally on the board with her $2,000 solve of PURPLE MAGNOLIA. She will start the next round but Anwer has $15,948 in cash and prizes including his trip to Iceland and the WC. Ellen has the lead
with $22,600 in cash! La Chandra will start EVENT and we go right into a $1,700 a letter FINAL SPIN. Ellen seals her win with her solve of A CURIOUS COINCIDENCE for $5,100. She is going to the bonus round with an all cash total of $27,700. Anwer won't have the WC but he does have cash and a trip to Iceland worth $15,948! La Chandra will leave with $2,000.

The pre-bonus round total is $45,648! Ellen picks WHAT ARE YOU DOING? over THING and PHRASE.

Ellen lands on the * wedge. With the RSTLNE and her choices of C H P A we have:

_ R _ _ S _ N _
T H R _ _ _ H / A / _ _ _ _

OUCH. She wasn't BROWSING THROUGH A BOOK and lost $50,000 in cash! Don't worry though - she leaves with an all cash total of $27,700!

Oh, if you want to win $1,000 and $1,000 for a local food bank during this pandemic - take BROWSING THROUGH A BOOK to wheeloffortune.com and enter to win!