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Nickelodeon's Unfiltered Season Premiere
by Chico Alexander
Host: Jay Pharoah
The game where you follow the clues and avoid the punishments! Joining Darci on the panel today are Miya Cech from "The Astronauts" and Ryan Alessi from "All That".
GAME #1: Meet the Funflower. Winner gets glory. Lower gets a pickle juice lollipop.
- RAPID FIRE: So far, we know they're not an actor, on reality TV, about their family KIND OF, and is a retired athlete
- SOCIAL FEED: on a boat.. at the gym... swimming... and at a waterfall. And is on the cover of a sports magazine.
- THE DOGGO GAMES: Funflower is calling these games as these doggos go for the gold.
- POSTCARDS: All of these locationsw..are Winter Olympic locations.
One last recap - who has competed in several Winter Olympics, won gold medals & KCAs, AND is obsessed with dogs? Why don't you tell us?
- DARCI: Lindsey Vonn
- MIYA: Picabo Street
- RYAN: Lindsey Vonn
FUNFLOWER IS... Olympic gold medalist & host of "The Pack" LINDSEY VONN!
GAME #2: All aboard... here comes Princess Phone. Losers are biting into a sweet & salty ice cream sundae.
- RAPID FIRE: First clues - they're SOMETIMES an actor, occasionally on social media, absolutely NOT a gamer, and friends with some dancers.... and not a singer unless it's karaoke
- SPILL TEA: The Princess sits with Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and London Bridge. I believe... someone from the UK.
- FIRST DAY ON THE JOB: a red carpet, a million dollars, a cat, and a steak.
- SHOE RACK: high heels, ballet shoes, taps, sneakers, and.. strappy dance shoes.
Okay, it's getting late, here's a recap - who has a strong presence in the UK, is known for interviewing skills, has done interviews at Buckingham Palace, and has hosted several shows including one involving dancing? What the dealie, yo?
- DARCI: Sharon Osbourne
- RYAN: Kelly Osbourne
- MIYA: Cat Deeley
One of you... is right.
PRINCESS PHONE IS.... the host of "So You Think You Can Dance" CAT DEELEY!
by Chico Alexander
Hosts: Chris Rose & Kenny Florian with Jenny Taft & Faruq Tauheed
For the bots that lost the first time out, a chance at redemption. For the bots that one, a chance to solidify their standing. Welcome to week 6.
Roboteer: Leanne Cushing
Roboteer: Victor Soto/Team Revolution
We start with undercutter vs. underspinner as Valkyrie looks to continue her winning ways.
- WINNER: BY UNANIMOUS DECISION: VALKYRIE!
Roboteer: John Mladenik/Robotic Death Company
Roboteer: John Flaacke IV/Quicksilver Robotics
One rookie bot and one veteran are winless. Now they face each other...
- WINNER BY KNOCKOUT: GIGABYTE! (1:13)
Roboteer: Ed Robinson/Aquatic Machine Force Sonora
High Desert, CA
Roboteer: Bryce Yankauskas/Team Already Broke
Another redemption match between a pair of promising newbies.
- WINNER BY KNOCKOUT: SLAP BOX! (2:58)
Roboteer: Adrian "Bunny" Sauriol/Team Malice
Roboteer: Martin Mason/Team Bad Kitty
These two robots remain undefeated, but Malice had to get the dub via a split decision. How will they fare tonight?
- WINNER BY KNOCKOUT: MADCATTER! (1:02)
Roboteer: Aren Hill/Seems Reasonable
Mountain View, CA
Roboteer: Yash Deshmukh/AutoVoltz Robotics
Vadodara, Gujarat, IND
Two bots are looking for their first win tonight.
- WINNER BY KNOCKOUT: TANTRUM! (1:13)
Roboteer: Joseph Fabiani/Team Flight Plan
New York City
Roboteer: Evan Arias/Team Shreddit
Staten Island, NY
The wide wedge meets its next opponent in hopes of remaining undefeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeated.
- WINNER BY SPLIT DECISION: PAIN TRAIN!
Roboteer: Jamison Go
Roboteer: Alex Hattori/Team Uppercut
Uppercut gave an uppercut to its last opponent, while the modular SawBlaze gave Whiplash a bad case of Whiplash. Who'll remain undefeated in this match?
- WINNER BY KNOCKOUT: UPPERCUT! (1:01)
The bot battles continue next week.
| Beat Bobby Flay
by Chico Alexander
Host: Bobby Flay
|María Mercedes Grubb
On the panel tonight, two of Bobby's favorite New Yorkers: Katie Lee & Al Roker.
ROUND 1: The theme ingredient... quick cooking grits. Grit your teeth and take your 20.
- Justin: Grits with Shrimp, Crunch Shrimp Heads, Heirloom Tomatoes and Buttermilk Cheese
- María: Grits with Sauteed Mushrooms and Fried Mushrooms
ROUND 2: María's choice for Bobby is... STEAK & EGGS in 45 minutes. On the panel: chef & partner of Pig Beach Matt Abdoo, founder of Rotisserie Georgette Georgette Farkas, and restaurant owner of Turkey & the Wolf Mason Hereford.
- María: Skirt Steak and Eggs with Sweet Potato Hash & a Chimichurri Hollandaise
- Bobby: Cacio e Pepe Scrambled Eggs with Salsa Verde Roasted Steak
||Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today - $228,800
Total for Week 2 - $ 228,800
Total for the Season: $550,000
Bonus Win Percentage: 3/4
Bonus Round Losses Cash: $75,000
$1,000 Consolation Prizes:
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses:
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 1/1
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 5/16/1/4
$2,500 Space Hit - 1
$3,500 Space Hit -
$5,000 Space Hit - 2
Bankrupt Space Hit - 5
Lose A Turn Hit - 4
A E- I O- U -1
Missed solves -
Repeated a letter/vowel - 1
House Minimums - 2
$6,000 FINAL SPINS:
Bankrupt Losses: $10,750
Left on the Table: $46,300
Red Podium Win - 2
Yellow Podium Win -1
Blue Podium Win - 1
*** - 1
BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? -1/0/0/0
PERSON/PEOPLE - 2/0/0/0
SHOW BIZ -1/1/0/0
LIVING THING(s) - 1/0/0/0
IN THE KITCHEN -
FOOD & DRINK - 2/2/2/0
FUN & GAMES -
ON THE MAP -
AROUND THE HOUSE -
WHAT ARE YOU WEARING?
These three celebrities are playing for Charity - Teri Hatcher from Desperate Housewives and Lois and Clark - who is playing for The People Concern, Drew Carey (Host of the Price is Right) is playing for The Greater Cleveland Food Bank and Chrissy Metz from This is Us is playing for Blessings in a Backpack!
The $1,000 Tossup is SHOW BIZ. Drew has $1,000 with MAKING THE BLOOPER REEL.
The $2,000 Tossup is PHRASE. Teri misses and Drew has $3,000 with FAKE IT TILL YOU MAKE IT. Drew starts MOVIE TITLE and misses. Teri misses. Chrissy loses $600 on Bankrupt. Drew solves ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD for $3,350. We add the $5,000 bonus to make that $8,350. It's been all Drew so far with $11,350 for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. We move on to...
Round 2 with 4 MDWs added to the wheel. Remember the solution to this puzzle because later on tonight, you can take this solution and the other 2nd round puzzle solution to wheeloffortune.com where you can win $10,000. Teri starts 70's SONG LYRICS. After a lot of work, she misses. Chrissy loses $1,650 on Bankrupt. Drew hits Lose a Turn. Teri solves I'M TENSE AND NERVOUS AND I CAN'T RELAX (from the Talking Heads "Psycho Killer") for $7,650 and we add $10,000 so she has $17,650 for The People Concern!
The Triple Tossup category is worth $5,000 per answer. The category is PERSON. Chrissy has $5,000 with MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER. Drew has $5,000 with PODCAST HOST. Teri starts the next round with her $5,000 solve of MR. KNOW-IT-ALL. She has the lead with $22,650 for her charity. Drew has $16,350. Chrissy just won her $5,000. Teri starts WHAT ARE YOU DOING? and hits the MDW with 2 S's. She misses a vowel - U. Chrissy misses. Drew solves DELETING MY SEARCH HISTORY for no cash but he adds $20,000 to his charity total and goes to the bonus round with $36,350 in cash! Teri has $22,650 and Chrissy has $5,000!
The Pre-Bonus Round total is $64,000! Drew picks SHOW BIZ over PHRASE and WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
Drew lands on the R wedge in AMERICA'S. With the RSTLNE and his choices of P D M A we have:
P R _ D _ _ T _ _ N
_ _ M P A N _
Drew(and probably everyone else in Hollywood) has a PRODUCTION COMPANY. Unfortunately Drew was focused on the word PREDICTION and lost $75,000 in bonus cash!
In round 2 - The $1,000 Tossup is RHYME TIME. Drew has $1,000 with THE MOTION OF THE OCEAN.
The $2,000 Tossup is QUOTATION. Drew has $3,000 with RESISTANCE IS FUTILE. Drew starts SONG LYRICS and misses. Teri hits Lose a Turn. Chrissy does the same. Drew loses $2,650 on Bankrupt. Teri solves SHAKE IT SHAKE IT LIKE A POLAROID PICTURE(from "Hey Ya" by Outkast) for $5,600 and we add $5,000 more for a total of $10,600 in cash for her charity! We move on to...
... Round 2 for a bonus $10,000. Remember to take this puzzle & the one from the previous game to wheeloffortune.com where you can win $10,000. Teri also starts BEFORE & AFTER. She misses a vowel - A. Chrissy picks up the MDW with 2 B's but loses that and $1,000 on Bankrupt. Drew solves KRISTEN BELL-BOTTOMS for $1,200 but we add $10,000 so he has $11,200 that round and $14,200 in total for his charity.
The Triple Tossup category is worth $5,000 per answer. The category is PHRASE. Drew has $5,000 with WHERE DID I PARK MY CAR? Teri has $5,000 with WHERE DID I PUT MY KEYS and starts the next round with her $5,000 solve of WHERE AM I? Teri has $20,600 for her charity. Drew has $19,200 for his charity and Chrissy needs more money for hers! Teri starts WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? She misses. Chrissy misses on the MDW. Drew hits Lose a Turn. Teri leads us into a $1,500 a letter FINAL SPIN. Terry solves BRAND NEW FANNY PACK for $5,000 and we add $20,000 more for $25,000 that round and a total of $45,600 for her charity. Chrissy didn't win anything other than her $5,000 but Blessings in a Backpack will get the minimum $30,000 donation! Drew adds $19,200 to his total and is leaving with $55,550 for the Cleveland Food Bank!
The Pre-Bonus Round total is $49,200! Teri picks FOOD & DRINK over EVENT and PHRASE.
Teri lands on the M in AMERICA'S wedge. With RSTLNE and her choices of G D P A we have:
A L _ _ N D
_ _ L _
Pour a glass of ALMOND MILK for Teri! She adds $75,000 in cash for The People Concern and leaves with $143,250 for her charity! Tonight our celebrities raised $228,800 for Charity!
by Chico Alexander
Host: Sara Haines with James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings & Brad Rutter
behavioral analyst in special education
just happy to be here
The High Roller
ADAM's CASH BUILDER: three right, $75,000.
- One step closer to home: $35,000
- One step closer to the Chaser: $170,000
CHOICE: STAY at $75,000
[ C . . $ . . . . ]
- "Sweet anise" is another name for which of these herbs: fennel, rosemary, or oregano? ADam says "fennel"... is right! James is also right to move down.
[ > C . . $ . . . ]
- The last element on the Periodic Table, Oganesson was named after a what: mythical creature, biblical character, or living person? Adam went with "living person"... it's a noble gas named after Yuri Oganessian. James is also right to move down.
[ - > C . . $ . . ]
- According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, what ancient thinker was widely agreed to have been "profoundly ugly: Plato, Socrates, or Aristotle? Adam goes with Socrates... and James moves down with him.
[ - - > C . . $ . ]
- If you were a sailor & got called to the poop deck, which part of the ship should you run towards: bow, stern or bridge? Adam went with the bridge... which is not right. James had the right answer, the stern.
[ - - - > C . $ . ]
- Queen Elizabeth II is recognized as the head of state in which Central American capital: San Jose, Belmopan, or Tegucigalpa? Adam says Belmopan, which is the capital of ... Belize. That's right, and James goes down a step as well.
[ - - - - > C . $ ]
- "Gong xi fa cai, hong bao na lai" is Mandarin for "Happy New Year, give me..." what traditional gift: red envelope, white flower or blue marble? Adam tries the red envelope... and is RIGHT to bank the red envelope! (BANK: $75,000)
BETH's CASH BUILDER: five right, $125,000.
- One step closer to home: $60,000
- One step closer to the Chaser: $225,000
CHOICE: STAY at $125,000
[ C . . $ . . . . ]
- Ralph Macchio has said "It's a rare sporting event I go to when I don't hear..." what '80s song: You're the Best, Eye of the Tiger, or Holding OUt for a Hero? This is a classic case of "What is the question REALLY asking?" That would be "Which of these songs is from 'The Karate Kid'?" Beth says "You're the Best". She's right. James moves down too.
[ > C . . $ . . . ]
- Honoring former New York Giants owner Wellington Mara, every official NFL football has what nickname stamped on it: The General, The Duke, or The Knight? She goes with the Duke... so does James.
[ - > C . . $ . . ]
- What day of the week did the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor take place: Sunday, Tuesday, or Friday? Beth says "Sunday"... She's right. So is James, ever the fan of Michael Bay.
[ - - > C . . $ . ]
- In 1972, what animals did the US send to China in exchange for the pandas Ling-Ling & Hsing-Hsing: bison, California condors, or musk oxen? Beth says "Bison"... Not it. It was musk oxen. James went with... California condors. No movement.
[ - - > C . . $ . ]
- At a high school science fair, a student who is displaying an arsole is simply exhibiting a type of what: lizard, molecule, or sedimentary rock? She says molecule... RIGHT! James went with sedimentary rock, so Beth gets an advantage on the Chaser.
[ - - - > C . . $ ]
- At public events Audre Lorde introduced herself by saying "I am a Black, lesbian, mother, warrior..." what: poet, goddess, or militant? She takes "poet"... It's GOOD! (BANK: $200,000)
GREG's CASH BUILDER: two right, $50,000.
- One step closer to home: $1000
- One step closer to the Chaser: $200,000
CHOICE: STAY at $50,000
[ C . . $ . . . . ]
- Though controversial when used as an additive, MSG naturally occurs in high levels in which of these foods: coconuts, tomatoes or coffee beans? He goes with coconuts... but it was tomatoes, which is what James has.
[ > C . $ . . . . ]
- In 2001, what country became the first in the world to legalize same-sex marriage: Sweden, The Netherlands, or Denmark? Greg went with Sweden... It was the Netherlands. James was right again, so the Chaser advances.
[ - > C $ . . . . ]
- According to Playbill, what is the most-revived musical in Broadway history: Porgy and Bess, Cats, or West Side Story? He says "West Side Story"... but it was "Porgy and Bess". The Chaser said... Porgy and Bess. Sorry, Greg, but you have been caught, and for you, the chase... is over.
THE FINAL CHASE for $200,000: Both the contestants and the Chaser will have two minutes to answer different sets of questions. For every question the players get right, they move a step ahead of the Chaser. Since Adam & Beth made it to the Final Chase, they get a two-step advantage from the start.
- PLAYER STEPS: 15
Now the Chaser will have 2 minutes to answer 15 questions correctly. If the Chaser is wrong or passes, the clock is stopped and the players will have a chance to push the Chaser back by correctly answering the question. The Final Chase ends when the Chaser catches the players (meeting or beating the questions required) or when time runs out. If the Chaser catches you, the game is over and you leave with nothing. If the Chaser can't catch, the players leave with an equal share of the bank.
- CATCH with 40 seconds to spare.
Sorry, Adam and Beth, you've been caught, and for the two of you, the Chase... is over.
| Family Feud Canada
by Jason Huhn
CBC: 7:30p ET
Host: Gerry Dee
TWO DAY CHAMPIONS
Tobi, Remi, Tolu, Francis, Adeola
Marc, Richard, Brad, Amanda, Maria
SINGLE: Fill in the blank: it would be weird if you and your spouse had matching....
DOUBLE: Something an airplane has that you wish your car had.
1️ Outfits 33 5️ Names 6
2️ Undies 15 6️ Shoes 5
3️ Haircuts 13 7️ Parents 4
4️ Birthmarks 7
SINGLE: Something you do in front of a mirror you wouldn't want anyone to see.
1️ Pluck stray hairs 20 5️ Pick nose 8
2️ Pop pimples 12 6️ Sing 7
3️ Flex/Pose 10 7️ Get naked 7
4️ Dance 8 8️ Make faces 4
The top three answers stumped both families.
1️ Wings/Flight ability 26 5️ Fast engine 8
2️ Food/Drinks 11 6️ Attendant 6
3️ Bathroom 10 7️ TV 4
4️ Pilot/Auto pilot 8
TRIPLE: A word or phrase that includes the word "surf".
1️ Surf and turf 48
2️ Surf's up 16
3️ Surfboard 11
4️ Surf the web 10
Sudden Death needed either way.
SUDDEN DEATH: A type of food people eat by the slice. The Piercy-Fabregui family wins it with pizza (69) (C-Note: nice.)
FAST MONEY: Brad gets... 55. Marc gets... the #1s to win $10,000! You can see it for yourself on the Instagram @FamilyFeudCanada.
- An item of clothing you wear less of in the summer: Jacket (Marc)
- Something you find in both the bathroom & the kitchen: Sink
- Fill in the blank: Cherry _____: Pie (Marc)
- How many cigars come in a box?: 12 (Marc)
- A word that rhymes with "pocket": Rocket (Marc)
| Get a Clue
by Chico Alexander
Host: Rob Belushi
Randy, Kimy, & Jordan
|Live School Buds
Ali, Justin, & Fess
ROUND 1: The Fantastic Bore, Hidden Treasures, Get Off My Lawn, Come on Down!
Team Shakespeare sweeps Hidden Treasures (things associated with antiques). Law School Buds have a clean game with Come On Down (things you'd find on a game show) and The Fantastic Bore (boring things) to lead, 1400-1000.
ROUND 2: Welcome to Hustle Town, Let the Summer Begin, As the World Churns, Friend Like Me.
- Law School Buddies take Let the Summer Begin (things associated with Memorial Day), running out for 1400 plus the bonus, 3200 total.
- Team Shakespeare takes Friend Like Me (things you'll see in the movie "Aladdin"), running out for 1400 plus the bonus, 2800 total.
CHOOSE YOUR WORDS:
- Law School Buds (Justin gives to Fess): they pick up Goodyear, wobbly, and viral for 1200, 4400 total. No big money word for oxymoron.
- Team Shakespeare (Randy gives to Kimy): ... they blank, so the Law School Buds win, 4400-3200!
BONUS ROUND: The Law School Buds get motel, owe, contemporary, advertisement, and hamster for 5 out of 8.
| Go-Big Show
by Chico Alexander
Host: Bert Kreischer with Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles, Cody Rhodes & Snoop Dogg
(C-NOTE: These acts are TOO BIG to be imitated anywhere by anyone at any time.)
Last time, Kurtis Downs, Andrew S, and Orissa Kelly beat their opponents to advance in the tournament for $100,000 and the title of the Biggest Act... IN THE WORLD! The preliminary rounds continue with three more matchups.
MATCH #4: Gator Crusader vs. Tulga
- Gator Crusader: He has 90 seconds to cross an alligator-infested pool or else hot dogs will fall from above... and it's lunch time.
- Hulga: A Mongolian strongman.
WINNER: HULGA, 94-85
MATCH #5: Aaron Wheelz vs. Tomas Garcilazo
- Aaron: performs wheelchair motocross.
- Tomas: performs horse stunts.
WINNER: TOMAS GARCILAZO, 91-86
MATCH #6: Gabe George vs. Cassidy Rose
- Gabe: Navy veteran who will fire a bow & arrow with only one arm.
- Cassidy: A country singer who tap dances
WINNER: GABE GEORGE, 91-89.
|Hell's Kitchen Las Vegas
by Chico Alexander
Host: Gordon Ramsay with Christina Wilson & Jason Santos
Last week, the chefs arrived in Las Vegas to begin competing for $250,000 and the head chef position at Hell's Kitchen Lake Tahoe. After the Blue Team (all men) won by a point and enjoyed their reward, they were greeted the next day by a helicopter with a very special delivery.
... a crate of shrimp. As it turns out, Las Vegas is the shrimp capital of the world, serving over 60,000 pounds daily. You're going to add to that in...
CHALLENGE #2: Shrimp Service. Create a stunning shrimp dish. The winning dish will receive a Punishment Pass - this year's twist is that the holder can cchoose one member from the winning team to take their place. "If I was in your shoes right now, trust me, I would be desperate to get my hands on this pass." ... But that's not all. Ramsay will not be tasting any of the dishes, except the two worst dishes on either side, because he's ready to cut someone. Making that decision - his sous-chefs Christina & Jay. The WORST dish will be out before the first Dinner Service.
- BOTTOM FOUR: Eliott & Kenneth for BLUE, Nikki & Jordan for RED.
Nikki: Jasmine Sushi Rice & Char-Grilled Tiger Shrimp
Eliott: Sauteed White Shrimp with Spring Vegetable Succotash
Jordan: Sauteed Tiger Shrimp with Garlic Beurre Blanc
Kenneth: Penne with Sauteed Peppers, Bacon, Garlic & Mushrooms
- ELIMINATED: Kenneth
Meanwhile the top six are competing for the coveted Punishment Pass...
- Amber: Citrus Butter Poached Tiger shrimp with Celery Root Puree
- Cody: Spot Prawn in Tartare & Escabeche of Blue Prawn
- Lauren: Chimichurri-Grilled Prawn with Chorizo
- Declan: Pan-Seared Blue Prawn with Coconut/Pineapple Salsa
- Syann: Shrimp & Grits with Polenta
- Josh: Sauteed Tiger Prawns with Asparagus Fennel Salad, Toasted Almonds, Orange & Fennel
In addition to her Punishment Pass, Syann's dish will be the special as we go into...
DINNER SERVICE #1: OPENING NIGHT. It's the biggest, most complex menu ever featured on the show, and the star of it is the shrimp from earlier. VIPs include Antonio "Huggy Bear" Fargas, NYPD Blue's Eric Kilpatrick, and TWO Chef's Table diners - for the Blues, we have TV's Big Dealer Wayne Brady and his family, and for the Reds, we have from Real Housewives & Vanderpump Rules Lisa Vanderpump and her family.
Reds start wtih raw lobster, which sends Nikki to apologize to Lisa herself in tears. This is after the team plated perfect risotto. The Blues are pushing apps at breakneck speed, while Nikki continues to spiral. Ramsay gives her a proper dressing down before sending her back into the kitchen. Seems to have worked. But when the men hit entrees, that's when the brakes fall. Peter overcooks duck while Mary Lou in the Red Kitchen misfires steak. Eliott gets the business while Wayne wants to start #PoorEliott. But Drew's raw lamb send him... Eliott... AND Peter back to the dorms.
Blue Team recovers on the Chef's Table... but that's where it all comes to a halt thanks to some "soft as 💩 fries". Gordon sends the Blue Team out of the kitchen and cooks Wayne's table with Jay. BOTH teams had some disappointing moments, but at least the RED TEAM came together to finish on a high. The Blue Team will have to come together to nominate.
ELIMINATION #1: The Blue Team nominated Drew and Eliott, who admits that Drew is a better chef. Ramsay doesn't like his lack of focus or his lack of confidence.
- ELIMINATED: Eliott. "Eliminating a chef this early is usually quite hard. But tonight, I didn't have to eliminate a chef, I had to eliminate Eliott."
| The Hustler
by Chris Wolvie
Host: Craig Ferguson
|Susan "Sue" McGuire
former salesman going back to college
ad operations team manager
high school principal
One of these is "The Hustler" and knows all the answers to each of the ten questions to be asked - the first nine worth $10,000 apiece - as the questions are based on their life and interests. "The Hustler" will help the other four figure out the questions, given one minute each question for discussion...and then, during the course of the game, eliminate the two biggest threats.
If, at the end of the night, "The Hustler" is not found out, they will take whatever money was accumulated all for themselves. BUT, if the final two figure out who "The Hustler" is, they split the pot evenly.
HUSTLER CLUE #1: Recruited by the CIA to do covert ops in China.
QUESTION #1: The mortar used to build China's Great Wall was made with what ingredient?
Andrew thinks it COULD be blood though the others doubt it since blood dries out. Ben thinks it rice and Sue agrees as both phlegm (aka spit) and honey have sugar which breaks down in water. Ulysses still thinks it could be honey. When Craig asks for an answer, they go with honey...but they SHOULD have gone with Ben as the answer was "sticky rice"! [$0]
HUSTLER CLUE #2: Spends one month a year in amusement parks. [Prolly not LAST year, though...]
QUESTION #2: With nearly 21 million visitors annually, what's the world's most popular theme park?
-Ocean Park, Hong Kong
-Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Florida
-Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar
Yeah, "Jurassic Park" is too frightening in the dark to be the answer; it's nixed right away. Most of the team jump on the Disney bandwagon and the rest agree. They lock in "Magic Kingdom"...and they are RIGHT! [$10,000]
[In fact, Disney owns eight of the top ten parks; Universal Studios Japan is #5, Ocean KINGDOM in China is #8, Ocean PARK is #20...and Legoland isn't even in the top 25.]
HUSTLER CLUE #3: Has a custom made billiards room.
QUESTION #3: Which of the following is NOT the name of a shot in the game of pool?
-Forced follow shot
Stephanie's clueless, but Andrew thinks "forced follow" is a true shot. Ben knows "slip shot" is one. Sue thinks "blue ball" sounds like a medical condition and, after they have a laugh, they agree that "blue ball" is not a shot...and they're RIGHT! [$20,000]
[In standard pool, the #2 ball IS blue...but otherwise it's what happens when you...uh...mishandle your cue stick, so to speak...moving on...]
ELIMINATION #1: Time for "The Hustler" to toss someone out. Everyone has a ballot to fill out as to who they want gone...but only the ballot of "The Hustler" counts. The players mark their ballots and hand them to Craig, who then sends them via pneumatic tube to the "Powers That Be". The Powers read the right ballot and place the name of the eliminated player on the "Magic Bookcase"...and it is STEPHANIE! She thinks Ben is "The Hustler" as she's escorted through the bookcases.
HUSTLER CLUE #4: Worked as a day trader on Wall Street.
QUESTION #4: In the film "Trading Places", the plot hinges on what commodity?
Ulysses comes out and says "Trading Places" is one of his favorite movies and he's pretty sure that it's orange juice. Ben says that it is and Sue and Andrew follow along. And orange juice...or, rather CONCENTRATED orange juice...is RIGHT! [$30,000]
HUSTLER CLUE #5: Once went to buy shoes...but bought a Porsche instead.
[CW-Post: Custom billiards room, day trader, Porsche...exactly WHY is "The Hustler" here?! 'Cause I don't think it's for the money!]
QUESTION #5: Which animal is featured on the Porsche logo?
Sue immediately dismisses "bull" as...well, "bull". Ulysses FIRST thinks it's "horse"...but Ben says that that's FERRARI, not Porsche. They're not sure it's dragon, but Ulysses brings them back around to "horse" but they're stuck until Craig comes over. They decide to stab at "bull"...until Ben emphatically calls for "lion". So they say "lion"...but it WAS "horse"! [$30,000]
HUSTLER CLUE #6: Plays online backgammon every day.
QUESTION #6: What is widely considered the best opening roll in backgammon?
-5 & 2
-3 & 1
-6 & 4
All right, writers, enough with the lame fake answers; this ain't "Millionaire"! Anyway, Andrew THINKS it's one of the higher rolls but isn't sure. Ben played backgammon in college...a long time ago. He makes a guess and says "6 & 4". The rest agree...but it's 3 & 1! [$30,000]
[That way, you move one checker from the set of five further from the goal four spaces onto the set of three, preventing any lone checker from being "barred".]
ELIMINATION #2: Again, the ballots are shown and filled out and sent to the Powers That Be. And the person "The Hustler" sends home this time is...ANDREW! Now HE'S starting to think it's Ben as well...not that HIS opinion matters anymore.
HUSTLER CLUE #7: Has wooden souvenirs from 37 countries.
QUESTION #7: What does the word "souvenir" mean in French?
Sue suddenly speaks up; she says she took high-school French and KNOWS that "souvenir" is the verb for "to remember" and, thus, the answer must be "memory". Ben doesn't know French so he goes along with it. Ulysses agrees and they stick with "memory"...and they are RIGHT! [$40,000]
HUSTLER CLUE #8: Can balance a beer can on their head.
[Craig gets an empty beer can and gives it to each contestant...who, of course, all fail miserably.]
QUESTION #8: Which of these ingredients causes headaches in some people after drinking beer?
Hmmm..."stupidity" SOUNDS reasonable...nah. Ulysses knows ethanol is alcohol, but Sue thinks it's more of a gas than something drinkable. Ben thinks hops...but Sue starts to think of ethanol. She convinces the others to pick ethanol...and they're RIGHT! [$50,000]
HUSTLER CLUE #9: Took two love interests on back-to-back vacations to decide between them.
QUESTION #9: In what 80s movie does Molly Ringwald's character have to make a romantic decision between "Duckie" and "Blane"?
-"Pretty in Pink"
-"The Breakfast Club"
I...don't think Ringwald had to choose who to send to the gas chamber at Auschwitz. Anywho, Ben is all, "Who's Molly Ringwald?" Sue thinks the 80s was her "generation" so she's 90% sure it's "Pretty in Pink". Ulysses doesn't remember a "Blane" in "Breakfast Club"...so he and Ben go with "Pretty in Pink"...and are right AGAIN! [$50,000]
[Fun fact: Ringwald actually wanted Robert "Iron Man" Downey, Jr. as "Duckie" but was OK with Cryer. Thank you, "Ready Player Two".]
The final question is NOT for $10,000. If they get this answer right, the pot will be DOUBLED to $120,000! HOWEVER, if they get it WRONG, the pot will be HALVED to $30,000.
HUSTLER CLUE #10: Speaks French, Greek, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian AND Arabic.
QUESTION #10: Which language has the most native speakers in the world?
Sue thinks that, since China's land mass is so huge, there are more people in it and, thus, more speak Chinese. Ben says that English is spoken around the world, but Sue agrues about NATIVE speakers. Ulysses says he KNEW it was China...he was just stalling to work out who "The Hustler" is. They agree it's China and they...
After Craig goes through some of the clues a second time, he tells each of the contestants to pick a tile side with the name of who THEY think "The Hustler" is.
Now they're given 90 seconds [dunno why it went down from 2 minutes] to discuss to see if they can persuade the others to either keep or change their vote. Ben thinks Ulysses just fits the profile of the clues given...but he claims "only a woman would go out with two different men to see which one she liked". Sue thinks that is ALL sorts of sexist there and thinks Ben's going through a midlife crisis, hence the Porsche purchase. Ulysses stays quiet as Sue and Ben shout it out between them, asking questions about both their work once things calm down a bit. But it all comes down to the...
So Ben changed Ulysses' mind. But, was that what "The Hustler" wanted?
THE HUSTLER IS...
So Sue gets squat (though, given her lifestyle as a sales director for a large consulting firm, I don't think she really NEEDS it), Ben and Ulysses each take home $60,000, and we learn that a woman can work for the CIA and speak seven languages while still choosing between two men.
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Guest Host: Ken Jennings with Jimmy McGuire & Sarah
||It's all about Lucy and getting to that third game against...
|TWO DAY CHAMPION
North Hollywood, CA
orig. New York City
JEOPARDY! ROUND: Automobile, Historically Bad, Wee-Pourri, Communcation, 2-Letter Lit, The Best of Times.
Lucy starts with $200 2-Letter Lit. Brett finds the first Daily Double under $600 Historically Bad. He bets $1000 on this: this began in Latin America in 1928, a little before it hit the United States. "What is the Great Depression?" RIGHT for $2400! He ends up with $4800 to $2400 for Lucy. Liz on $1800 will get to start...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Unicorns, Bodies of Water, Don't Skip Leg Day!, Rick's Role, Let's Go to the Archives, Y Is The Only Vowel.
... with $400 Y Is The Only Vowel. Brett finds the first Daily Double under $1200 Bodies of Water. He bets $2000 on this: blooms of the algae trichodesmium erythraeum give this body of water its color & perhaps its name. "What is the Red Sea?" RIGHT for $7600! Lucy finds the other under $1200 Let's Go to the Archives. She fronts $2000 on this: the Vatican Apostolic (formerly "Secret") Archives hold a 200' scroll recording the 14th century trial of these knights. "Who are the Knights Templar?" GOOD for $5600! She ends up with $17,600. With Liz on $6600 to $6000 for Brett, the game is once again Lucy's to lose.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Children's Books": this 1969 book was first printed in Japan because no U.S. company would then make a book with so many holes in the pages. Correct response: what is "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"?
Lucy didn't have to wager much... she didn't and wins $15,000, giving her a three-day take of $79,499.
| Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS/CBS All Access: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
|Scott - $21,775
Sheri - $12,594
Kevin - $4,250(traded from $8,783)
Tiana - $4,140
Jamison/Casey - $3,896
Dellamaria - $3,052
Alexis - $2,549
Adam - $330
Justina - $100 + SAND IN YOUR SHORTS.
Korey - LOST THE SIGNAL.
Quickies - $300/$500(3 silver keys at $100/key)
Quickie Deals Total - $21,300/$25,400
Perfect Deals - 144
Big Deal Choice 1 - 6
Big Deal Choice 2 - 9
Big Deal Choice 3 - 21
Big Deal Location 1 - 17
Big Deal Location 2 - 12
Big Deal Location 3 - 7
Big Deal Wins- 9
Car Wins - 15
ZONKED - 2
ZONKS FOR THE SEASON - 50
Prizes not won today - $15,433
Big Deal prizes not selected today - $27,763
Total for Today not won - $43,196
Prizes not won this season -$2,398,434 + 5 unknown prize values
Total - $52,686
Total for Week 8 - $219,695
Total for the Season: $1,421,576+ 2 unknown prize values
Total with Quickie Deals -$1,421,876 + 2 unknown prize values
Best Week - Week 6 - $214,976
1M Passed - 27 shows(12/24/2020)
Thursday's trading at the marketplace starts off with DRAW STRAWS and three people! Tiana the Alien is first(dancer/fire performer/hula hoop artist). She gets the red straw that starts with $2. She can keep the straw or Tiana can take Curtain 1. Tiana takes Curtain 1 and passes on $220. Tiana did better with Curtain 1 and wins a new bedroom! It's a rypen.com bedroom worth $4,140! We go to an At-homie Adam(in tech and works improv). He takes the green $3 straw over Curtain 3 and passes on a home theater room with Moovia Theater seating, HDTV, wireless sound system and Haier 150 Can Beverage Center. It's worth $8,308! Adam wins $330. Sheri the 60s Go Go Girl takes the small box over the $4 Blue Straw. She passes on $440 in cash! Sheri wins a pair of Loris Jewelry Diamond Hoop Earrings and a trip to Aruba! It's a stay for 5N at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive Resort! It's worth $12,594!
Scott the Pickle(HS Theater Teacher) is playing 0 to 80 for a 2021 Honda Civic LX Sedan worth $21,775. Here's how the game works. Scott will glove up and pick up to 4 tokens to try and get his car up to 80mph. The tokens in the grab bag range from 0mph to 40mph. If Scott can get his car up to 80mph in 4 token picks or less...he will win the Honda. His first pick is a good one - THE ONLY 40MPH token in the bag. He is halfway to a car in one pick! Next is 10mph. He is 30mph away and passes on $1,000 to play on. Scott picks 10mph. Last pick must be a 20mph token or higher. Scott is offered $2,000 not to play. Scott goes for the car...and we get a covid Huddle from Chris Ahearn, Tiffany, Wayne and Jonathan. Wayne offers $3,000 and tells him the odds. With the tokens left - he has a 50/50 shot of winning the car. That is because there are 2 0mph tokens left along with 2 10mph tokens for a total of 4. On the other hand, Scott can win with one of four other tokens - 3 20mph tokens and one 30mph token. He goes for the car and blasts through the 80mph zone with the only 30mph token! Scott is no longer in a car pickle as he now owns the Honda!
Justina the Butterfly(recent college graduate/getting married/teen influencer) and Kevin the Glam Rocker. They each get $1,000. Who buys Curtain 1 for $500? Kevin does and wins a new laundry room with a washer/dryer and hampers and 3 years worth of cleaning supplies worth $3,429! Who buys Curtain 2 for $500? Kevin does and is adding a trip to Miami for 5N at the Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel Miami Beach worth $5,354! Justina has $1,000 in cash and Kevin has $8,783 in prizes! Who keeps and who trades for Curtain 3? Justina trades and Kevin keeps his package! Justina wins a GIANT BEACH CHAIR(ZONK)! She gets $100 as an early wedding gift from Wayne!
Alexis the Astronaut can have the Big Box or Tiffany's wine cork collection at a price of $1/cork(it's in a GIANT wine glass)...$2/cork...$3/cork...Alexis goes for the box and passes on 215 corks X $3 = $645! Alexis wins the Big Box which has a Kymco Like 200 Scooter worth $2,549! Korey the Alien has Curtain 1. It's time to play CUSTOMER SERVICE HOTLINE. We have three hotlines - DRIVERS ED TEACHER, ELECTRONICS EXPERT and JONATHAN'S FRIEND. Korey will call 2 of those hotlines to try and hear clues about the Curtain 1 prize. First is JONATHAN'S FRIEND. Something that might be a clue - Jonathan's friend "Del Frisco" is "moving a lot of these and if you wore a wire, I might get in trouble." Next is ELECTRONICS EXPERT. There is a clue - "Humans enjoy this while sitting around and forgetting the day." Will Korey take Curtain 1 or the small box? He takes Curtain 1 and the small box was a trip to Adult Summer Camp! It was a 3N stay at Camp No Counselors worth $4,820! Korey wins a TON OF TVS(ZONK).
Dellamaria the Cash Cow(mom - married for 26 years - owns a hair salon) is playing the LMAD Lotto for a Chevy Spark worth $15,495! Here's how the game works. We have 8 spaces on the board. Dellamaria will pick 3 of them. If she can match the car, the Spark is hers. If she matches Wayne, she has $5,000. If she matches Tiffany, it's worth $3,000. Jonathan will give her $32.01. Dellamaria's picks are 5, 3 and 2. 2 is the CAR. 3 is Jonathan. Will Dellamaria go for the car or take a sure thing behind Curtain 2 with Oru Kayak Kayak, bicycle and Disrupt Sports Surfboard. It's worth $3,052. She stops and passes on...TIFFANY! 6 had the 2nd CAR.
Last deal of the day involves at homies Jamison/Casey(from Dallas Texas). We have three boxes - red, green and BIG. Each will contain a prize or a zonk. We show them the red box for free and it is 2 Iphones with 2 pair of Airpods worth $2,396! If they go for the green box and get zonked, they lose the phones. If there is a prize, they get 2 prizes. They open the green box and add $1,500 in cash! They have $3,896! Will they go for the sweep with the Big Box? They stop and pass on A GIANT HAIRDRYER(ZONK!)
Who trades for a shot at $25,779? Kevin trades his laundry room and trip to Miami!
He picks 3. 2 was an Everpure Outdoor Grill and patio set worth $1,986! Kevin wins a Big Bear Getaway worth $4,250! 1 was the Big Deal and it was a 2021 Toyota Prius L Eco worth $25,779!
| Master Minds
by Chico Alexander
Host: Brooke Burns
nonprofit executive director
The Trivia Legend
The Chess Wizard
If Lori looks at all familiar, HERE's why.
ROUND 1: Ken is the only player who went seven for seven for 700. Muffy & Jonathan are tied at 600... along with Margaret who leads the challengers. Lori has 500 to Adam's 300.
ROUND 2: Going into the final question, Lori and Margaret are moving on with 700 and 400 respectively. Adam, on -100, is eliminated, but let's play it out for the Master Minds, who are on 1100 (Ken), 400 (Muffy), and 800 (Jonathan) respectively.
- 400-POINT QUESTION on "Old Glory": The "Betsy Ross flag" design has 13 stars arranged in what shape? Both Adam and Ken have "circle", and Muffy has a seat.
- Lori escapes with a win, 2900-2700.
- Ken HAMMERS!!! Jonathan, 5000-1300.
ULTIMATE TRIVIA CHALLENGE
Q1: What is the female equivalent of an Oedipus complex, where a daughter competes for her father's affections? (Electra complex)
- Lori 1 - 1 Ken
Q2: What modern day country is named for the people who surrendered Jerusalem during the Crusades? (France)
- Lori 1 - 1 Ken
Q3: In order for pollination to occur on a flowering plant, pollen must land on what receptor on the pistil? (Stigma)
- Lori 1 - 1 Ken
Q4: In terms of allocated budget, what is the largest department of the U.S. Federal government? (Health & Human Services)
- Lori 1 - 1 Ken
Q5: In the book “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”, Eliza flees from Kentucky to what state? (Ohio)
- Lori 1 - 2 Ken
... that was a tough set.
| The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
CBS/CBS All Access: 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
Record today: 4-2
Record for week 8: 12-11-1
Record this season: 96-103-11
Total won today*: $89,073
Total won this week*: $338,941
Total won this season*: $2,703,671
Perfect bids: 4/210
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/0
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 1/1
Best week: Week 4 - $395,372
$2M passed: 1/4/21
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the nearest dollar
We're at the gateway to the weekend with Bradley Covert, Chanel Rhodes, Melanie Torres, and Lamont Young going for a set of Dolce & Gabbana ladies' shoes. The $1945 shoes go to Melanie, whose mother was on the show back in the 80s. She's now trying for a 2021 Nissan Versa S in LET'EM ROLL. She has the full count of three rolls.
- First roll... three cars, $2500.
- Second roll... one more car, $500.
- Final roll... FINAL CAR!
Bradley wins a $980 set of Bose headphones and a chance at an HP all-in-one PC, an ATV, and a griddle with convection oven. Which is the ONE WRONG PRICE?
- PC: $2550
- ATV: $3019
- Appliances: $1600
He picks the appliances... $1600. The ATV was $4099.
Lamont scores a $2430 set of Tom Ford men's sunglasses. How will he fare with a DSLR camera & a trip to the Hamptons (6n @ Southampton Inn) in MAGIC#? He dials in 1607. The camera... $1641. The trip... $6045! He also wins at the Big Wheel.
Meanwhile, Debbie Williams wins a $522 pair of patio heaters. Next up, a canopy daybed, 4KTV & barbecue grill in CLIFFHANGERS.
- Hand blender for $20? No, it's $26 for six steps.
- Electric kettle for $35? No, it's $32 for three more.
- UV sterilizer wand for $43? No, it's $49 for a win!
Alissa Correa gets a $2295 boxing trainer. Now let's score a TKO with a trip to Chicago (5n @ Hotel Lincoln) in DOUBLE PRICES. Is it $9277 or $6576? She goes with $6576... and she's going to the Windy City!
Chanel has one more go with an electric scooter. The price: $779. The winner... Maritza Torres, who gets to play for a pedicure kit, a smartphone, and a 2021 Hyundai Venue in TEN CHANCES. Pedicure kit... $40 in one. Phone.. $840 in four.
CAR: 8 7 0 9 1
- $19,870 ❌
- $17,980 ❌
- $18,970 ❌
- $17,890 ❌
- $19,780 WINNER!
Debbie faces Lamont in... THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES! First up, a new kitchen, a table tennis, and a 2021 Honda Civic LX. Top winner Debbie passes, and Lamont bids $27,000. Debbie gets a sauna, a trip to Utah (6n @ Cougar Ridge), and a 2021 Mazda 3. She bids $26,000. Actual price.. $31,543, a difference of $5543. Actual price of Lamont's Showcase... $29,456 to win with a difference of $2456! Lamont takes home $32,886!
|25 Words or Less
by Chico Alexander
Syn: Check local listings
Host: Meredith Vieira
playing for Chris (My 20 Vision KTXH Houston)
board game maker
playing for Deb (WNEP Scranton/Wilkes-Barre)
| Melissa Peterman
"The Owl House"
"His Dark Materials"
"Star Trek: Discovery"
- Wendie vs. Cristela: ancestor, Noah, savings, Die Hard, bagpipes. Wendie bids 11... overshot it. 250 to Zach.
- Allison vs. Zach: stray, duckling, van, cabinet, rabbi. Allison goes for 14... and ties the game up.
- Melissa vs. Wilson: Idaho, glider, starving, pocket, Jennifer Aniston. Melissa declares 16... and Allison leads, 500-250.
ROUND 2: Allison gets the build first.
- ALLISON's list: bedtime (1000), mass (500), microphone (250), cardiac (1000), beetle (250)
- ZACH's list: worry (250), Shakira (1000), simmer (500), rude (250), bookcase (1000)
Zach sweeps for 3000 plus the bonus, 4250 total. Allison also sweeps to win, 4500-4250. Zach leaves with a Lobstergram gift card.
MONEY ROUND: Allison gets teeth, house, San Francisco, dark, breakfast, space, compass, horn, Australia, and under the wire tradition!
|Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today - $41,180
Total for Week 18 - $251,377
Total for the Season: $4,644,700
Bonus Win Percentage: 28/89
Bonus Round Losses Cash: $1,787,000
Bonus Round Losses Cars: 3 BMW i3s, 1 Mini Cooper Convertible, 3 Ford Escape Hybrid SUVs, 1 Ford Explorer, 1 Buick Encore, 2 Jeep Compasses, 3 Toyota Highlanders, 4 Ford Edges,
$1,000 Consolation Prizes: 15
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 3/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 17/10/7
Car Wins: 6
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 1/2
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 23/89/1/18
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 44/89/8/22
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 27/20/5
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 44/25/12
$2,500 Space Hit - 28
$3,500 Space Hit - 60
$5,000 Space Hit - 5
Bankrupt Space Hit - 258
Lose A Turn Hit - 79
A -21 E- 14 I -13 O- 23 U -4
Missed solves - 9
Repeated a letter/vowel - 14
Perfect Rounds: 32
House Minimums - 27
Gift Tags hit/won/lost: 64/24/29
Free Play Hit: 79
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 2/89
Best Week: Road Trip - $350,996
Best Player: Calais Harvey - $129,300
Bankrupt Losses: $513,000 + 3 Prizes of Unknown Value
Left on the Table: $1,215,900 + 11 Trips of Unknown Value
Red Podium Win - 30
Yellow Podium Win - 30
Blue Podium Win - 29
Worst Week: America's Game(I) - Week 9 - $192,957
3M Earned - 11/30/2020 - 56 Shows (18 + 17 + 21)
A : 2
E : 3
I : 1
E : 7
& : 3
I : 6
* - 4
** - 3
*** - 4
BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? -18/11/1/10
SHOW BIZ -1/0/0/0
LIVING THING(s) -11/6/1/5
IN THE KITCHEN -7/4/3/1
FOOD & DRINK -18/13/5/8
THING(s) - 85/7/2/6
FUN & GAMES -5/3/0/3
ON THE MAP -
AROUND THE HOUSE - 5/3/0/3
WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? 10/4/2/2
It's Day 4 of "Rail Tour!" week!
The $1,000 Tossup is THINGS. Rose misses and Andrew Garcia from Thousand Oaks, CA solves GREAT ACCOMMODATIONS for $1,000. He is a pastor/principal and is married with 3 kids. Erica Artiga from San Diego is a married payroll consultant. She is married with 2 kids in diapers and loves snowboarding and staycations. Rose Mayo from Hawthorne, CA is a retired nurse and is into holistic medicine. She is married for 43 years with 3 kids, 3 grandkids and 3 great grandkids and a 4th on the way!
Next week, we are giving away trips from Collette in the "Show You The World" Giveaway! The $2,000 Tossup is CLASSIC TV. Erica has $2,000 with FRASIER & CHEERS. We add this to the wheel - an Amtrak Vacations Rail Tour of National Parks worth $7,798! Erica starts WHAT ARE YOU DOING? and misses. Rose loses $2,300 on Bankrupt. Andrew misses on the $2,500 Space. Erica loses $2,200 on Bankrupt. Rose misses. Andrew Bankrupts. Erica is BLOWING OFF A LITTLE STEAM for $1,300. She has $3,300. We move on to...
The Noom Mystery Round which is started by Rose. It's BEFORE & AFTER. She picks up the MDW with 3 T's and gets the $10,000 mystery prize early in the round with a $2,000 mystery round risk. Rose has a lot to play for. She also picks up the WC with 2 $500 R's. But Rose misses a vowel - O. Andrew loses $3,200 on Bankrupt. Erica does the same. Rose gets a 2nd chance at all of it but loses all of it - the MDW, the WC and $10,850 in cash on a very hurtful Bankrupt. Andrew hits 2 $3,500 D's and solves THE EMPIRES STRIKES BACK IN THE SADDLE for that $7,000. Andrew has $8,000 in cash! We move on to...
The Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is started by Andrew. It's PLACE. He hits 3 $3,500 N's, dominates and quickly solves A SPLENDID DESTINATION for $11,500 in cash and a trip to one of those places - ANTIGUA! It's a stay at the St. James's Club worth $8,180! Andrew has $27,680 in cash and prizes!
The Triple Tossup category is EVENT. Andrew has $2,000 with DATE NIGHT. Erica has $2,000 with PROM NIGHT. Andrew starts the next round with his $2,000 solve of WEDDING NIGHT. He has a commanding lead of $31,680 in cash and prizes including his trip to Antigua. Erica has $5,300 in cash and Rose is still recovering from that Bankrupt in Round 2. Andrew starts PHRASE and we go right into a $1,600 a letter FINAL SPIN. Erica solves I'LL TAKE MY CHANCES for $3,200 and leaves with $8,500 in cash! Rose leaves with $1,000 in consolation cash. Andrew is going to the bonus round with $31,680 in cash and prizes!
The Pre-Bonus Round total is $41,180! Andrew picks PEOPLE over THING and LIVING THINGS.
Andrew lands on the E in AMERICA'S wedge. With the RSTLNE and his choices of H C D A we have:
_ _ _ D
_ _ D D _ E S
He didn't have any GOOD BUDDIES to help him win $45,000 in bonus cash! He leaves with $31,680 in cash and prizes!