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The March to $3 Million
|Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today - $21,050
Total for Week 9 -$148,834
Total for the Season: $2,041,381
Bonus Win Percentage: 15/44
Bonus Round Losses Cash: $657,000
Bonus Round Losses Cars: 2 Jeep Cherokees, 3 Ford Mustang Convertibles,
2 Ford Flexs,2 Mini Cooper Convertibles, 1 Mazda CX-3
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 7/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 11/2/7
Car Wins: 5
1/2 Car Wedges hit/lost/total wins:42/22/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 13/44/1/10
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 29/44/7/15
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 12/9/4
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 21/12/8
$2,500 Space Hit - 7
$3,500 Space Hit - 30
$5,000 Space Hit - 14
Bankrupt Space Hit - 134
Lose A Turn Hit - 31
A - 18
E - 17
I - 11
O - 9
Missed solves - 6
Repeated a letter/vowel - 10
Perfect Rounds: 19
House Minimums - 22
Gift Tags hit/won/lost: 29/13/15
Free Play Hit: 36
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 2/44
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $316,264
Bankrupt Losses: $274,550
Left on the Table: $566,700+ 1 trip of unknown value
Red Podium Win - 16
Yellow Podium Win - 14
Blue Podium Win -14
1M Passed - 10/09/2018 -- 22 SHOWS
2M Passed - 11/08/2018 -- 43 SHOWS(+21)
M : 2
E : 1
E : 3
& : 3
I : 1
* - 2
** - 3
*** - 3
BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? - 4/4/2/2
SHOW BIZ -1/0/0/0
LIVING THING(s) -15/3/1/2
IN THE KITCHEN -4/3/2/1
FOOD & DRINK - 7/5/0/4
FUN & GAMES -6/3/1/2
ON THE MAP - 6/2/0/1
AROUND THE HOUSE -8/4/2/1
PLACE(s) - 13/3/0/2
WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? 5/3/1/1
OCCUPATION(s) - 4/0/0/0
It's Day 4 of "America's Game!"week! We also start the march to $3,000,000!
The $1,000 Tossup is PERSON. Kim Chao from Montville, NJ solves OLYMPIC
ATHLETE. She is a teacher who loves to bake and cook. Pam Schmidt from
Muskigo, WI is a married realtor. She has one daughter and loves the
Packers(She is related to Paul Hornung!) Jeff Pierce from El Paso, TX is
a performance improvement director for a hospital. He is married with 2
daughters. He has seen all but 7 of the Best Picture Nominees of all
time. WOW. :)
The $2,000 Tossup is THING. Jeff has $2,000 with ROMANCE NOVEL. We add
this to the wheel - a Collette Vacations tour of the American West worth
$8,698! He starts BEFORE & AFTER and Bankrupts. Kim misses on the WC.
Pam misses. Jeff JURASSIC WORLD SERIES for $1,900. He has $3,900. We
move on to....
The Hobby Lobby mystery round which is started by Kim. It's FUN & GAMES.
She misses on the MDW. Pam misses on the trip. Jeff hits Lose a Turn.
Kim Bankrupts. Pam misses a vowel - E. Jeff picks up the $1,000 Beef
Bucks Debit Card with a $500 D. Jeff calls the O on the Board. Kim
solves INDOOR ROCK-CLIMBING WALL for $600 which we bump to $1,000. She
has $2,000. We move on to....
The Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is started by Pam. It is
PHRASE. She misses. Jeff misses on the MDW. Kim picks up the WC with a
$500 S but loses that and $250 on the next spin's Bankrupt. Pam
Bankjrupts. Jeff solves GRAB YOUR SURFBOARD for $3,350 and a trip to
Costa Rica at the Springs Resort and Spa worth $6,800! Jeff has $14,050
in cash and prizes!
The $3,000 Tossup is FOOD & DRINK. Jeff has $17,050 with ELBOW MACARONI.
He starts RHYME TIME and hits Lose a Turn. Kim loses $1,900 on Bankrupt.
Pam leads us into a FINAL SPIN worth $1,500 a letter. Pam leaves with
$2,000 after solving TROMBONES & SAXOPHONES. Kim also leaves with
$2,000! This was Jeff's night as he goes to the bonus round with $17,050
in cash and prizes including his trip to Costa Rica!
The pre-bonus round total is $21,050! Jeff picks FUN & GAMES over THING
and LIVING THING.
Jeff lands on the M in AMERICA'S wedge. With the RSTLNE and his choices
of D M C O we have:
N E _ / _ O L _
_ _ _
Jeff couldn't buy a NEW GOLF BAG because he loses $36,000 in bonus cash.
He does leave with $17,050 in cash and prizes!
| Family Feud PCH Bonus Week
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 3p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
Aaron, Nate, Andi, Anna, Tim
Sherman, Willa, Punkin, Will, Marquis
SINGLE: 100 women, a part of you that no one would ever describe as petite
1. My big fat arse 30 5. My head 4
2. My belly/waist 26 6. Charging rhino legs 4
3. My twin peaks 17 7. My big mouth 3
4. My manly feet 10 8. Bird beak nose 2
SINGLE: I'd love to snap my fingers and suddenly become what?
1. Rich 37 5. Famous/Erik Estrada 3
2. Thin/Healthy /Fit 20 6. Happy 2
3. Invisible/Superhero 14 7. Handsome/Pretty 2
4. Young 9 8. A good singer 2
DOUBLE: What's the most unusual animal you've kissed?
1. Dog 30 5 Snake 4
2. Cat 19 6 Bird/Duck 4
3. Fish/Shark 6
4. Turtle 6
TRIPLE: The good news: I stopped smoking. The bad news: now I'm doing too much what?
1. Eating 68
2. Drinking 13
3. Crack/Drugs 7
4. Fidgeting/Pacing 4
Sass win another $10,000, getting them over $61,000.
Andi should understand that Fast money is not as easy as it looks. She & Tim bring the four-day take to $61,965.
Fast Money #1 answers
- An annoying creature that you wish would hurry up and become extinct: Mosquito
- How tall pro basketball players are: 7'
- A month you wish were 5 weeks instead of 4: December
- A profession people make mean jokes about: Lawyers (Tim)
- Something you spend more money on the older it gets: Car (Tim)
In the nightcap, the Gants meet the Pearsons. The game goes to...
SUDDEN DEATH: a word that rhymes with "puzzle". Gants get in first and won the game with muzzle (64).
Alice & Darrell Jr. take Fast Money for another $20,000, giving them $40,000 for three.
| Jeopardy! Teen Tournament
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah
|WILD CARD WATCH
1) Emma Arnold - $18,400
2) Anish Maddipoti - $3600
3) Rotimi Kukoyi - $1
|Game 2 of the prelims...
JEOPARDY! ROUND: World Geography, Hashtags for Change, Describing the Traffic Sign, Proud to Be an American, Broadway Debuts, Double Talk
Rotimi drew the first position and selects $200 World Geography to get us going. Caleb finds the first Daily Double under $800 World Geography. He maxes out on this: on a map, New Zealand, Hawaii & Easter Island form the 3 corners of this roughly triangular region of Oceania. "What is the Polynesia? RIGHT for $1200! He ends up with $11,200 to Isabella's $3600. Rotimi has $3400 and the first pick again in...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Women Authors, The TV Show's Characters, Health & Medicine, Time to Take the S_A_T, Weight Listed, At My Safety School.
... with $400 ???, finding the first Daily Double under $1600 Health & Medicine. After a score reversal docking Caleb $3200, Rotimi wagers $1400 on this: another name for this bacterial disease is lockjaw, one of its symptoms. "What is tetanus?" That's right... but Rotimi guessed "mono", which is viral, not bacterial. He drops to $3200. Four clues later, Caleb finds the other under $1600 At My Safety School. He fronts $3000 on this: a police training school is often called this: the LAPD one stresses firearm safety. "What is an academy?" Right... but Caleb had nothing to drop to $10,600. He recovers to run away with it with $20,200. Isabella is next with $8000 to Rotimi's $7600. At this point, the latter two are competing for a wild card.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Historic Leaders": One of his many horses was named Roitelet & was ridden on the way home from Russia in 1812. Correct response: who was Napoleon?
The two runners-up were going for it... and neither of them would get it, unfortunately. Caleb, on the other hand, didn't have to bet a single penny. He didn't and will return next week on $20,200.
| Keep It Spotless
by Chico Alexander
Host: Melissa Vanderschyff
|Jessie & Sarah
|Lailie & Seth
ROUND 1: OFF THE GRID. You'll have to toss up to 100 paint bomb through a grid to your partner, who'll have to use them to fill past the line to end the game.
- Lailie/Seth: 87/55 = 71
- Jessie/Sarah: 72/42 = 57
ROUND 2: GUIDE 'N SEEK. Guide your partner to find three light pods in three different obstacles. The seeker will determine the score.
- Lailie/Seth (seeker): 56
- Jessie/Sarah (seeker): 70
We're tied at 127, so the next round will decide it all.
FACE OFF: SPIN OFF. There are two blasters on a wheel. In this game of Russian roulette, you'll have to spin the blasters until they stop. The "losing" player has to run to a shield before getting blasted. Team with the highest score wins.
- Lailie/Seth: 78/95 = 183
- Jessie/Sarah: 100/98 = 198
RED TEAM WINS, 325 to 310.
THE GAUNTLET: Swinging Bags of Paint, Spray Zone, The Web, Splatter Bridge, and Final Splashdown.
- FINAL SCORE: Jessie: 5%, Sarah: 3%. AVERAGE: 4% for $1000.
| Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
|Danielle - $9,412
Elizabeth - $6,214
Versella - $4,098
Shane - $3,499(traded from $7,599)
Craig - $2,480
Danielle - $1,800
Lovie - $1,500
Conor - $500
Kyanna - $110
Nadina - $100
Eliza - $0
Senoy - JUNKED.
Jason - SUCKS.
Quickie Deals - $300/$800
Quickie Deals Total - $12,800/$20,900
Big Deal Choice 1 - 7
Big Deal Choice 2 - 17
Big Deal Choice 3 - 14
Big Deal Location 1 - 19
Big Deal Location 2 - 10
Big Deal Location 3 - 9
Big Deal Wins- 15
Car Wins - 25
ZONKED - 2
ZONKS FOR THE SEASON - 38
Prizes not won today - $58,107
Prizes not won this season - $1,748,038
Total - $25,615
Total for Week 8 - $160,519
Total for the Season: $1,737,541
Best Week - Week 1 - $363,740
1M Passed - 10/15/2018 - 20 shows
Thursday at the Marketplace starts off with three people playing BEAT THE DEALER. They are Nadina the German Beer Girl, Conor the Roaring 20s guy, and Elizabeth the Pilgrim. We have 9 letters A-I with numbers 1-9 hidden under them. In round one, all three dealers will pick a letter. The top two scorers will move on and win $500. The lowest scorer sits down with $100. Nadina picks G and it is 6. Conor picks C and it is 7. Elizabeth moves on with Conor because E is 8. Nadina sits down with $100. Conor/Elizabeth have $500 and are now playing for a trip to New York City for 4N at the NYLO Hotel along with a $2,000 Barney's New York Shopping Spree! It's worth $6,214! Elizabeth picks I which is 5. Conor picks B and sits down with a 4. Elizabeth has $6,714 in cash and prizes. If she gives that up, she has one more decision to make. The board looks like this. The letters left are A, D, F, and H. The numbers left are 1, 2, 3 and 9. She would play BEAT THE DEALER one more time against WAYNE. She will choose one chip for Wayne and one for her. If Wayne wins, she sits down with nothing. If Elizabeth wins, she drives off in a Chevy Trax SUV worth $23,495! Elizabeth stops! For fun, she would have WON the car because she gave the auto-lose chip of A - 1 to Wayne with F being to 2!
Let's continue with two people and they are Shane the Money guy and Lovie the Pink Lady from the 50s. Lovie and Shane choose from two envelopes. Shane gets $1,000 and Lovie gets $1,500. If they want to, they can buy one of two choices - the small box for $500 which has MULTIPLE ITEMS or Curtain 2 which is on sale for $800 and has ONE ITEM. Shane buys Curtain 2 and Lovie keeps her cash. They both didn't buy the small box which had NOT ONE, BUT TWO DSLR Cameras(Leica and Canon EOS 80D) along with skillsuccess.com photography classes. It was worth $4,194! Shane did very well for his $800. He wins a Sea-Doo Spark Watercraft worth $7,399! Lovie has $1,500 and Shane has $7,599 in cash and prizes! Who buys Curtain 1? No one buys Curtain 1 and it was a VELCRO ZONK LIVING ROOM!(ZONK)!
Senoy the Medieval guy(with Kim his sign interpreter) gets a book from the LMAD Book Club. It's "Cloudy with a Chance of Jonathan". That has the mystery cash bookmark. Will Senoy take that or Curtain 3? Senoy takes Curtain 3 and passes on $300 + when we flip the bookmark down it says PANAMA! That was a trip to PANAMA at the Buenaventura Golf & Beach Resort for 5N! With the $300 cash it was worth $6,366! Senoy wins a RUSTY OLD MODEL T!(ZONK)! Kyanna the Cheerleader has the Big Box and Jonathan has a cash envelope. After the LMAD Debate, Kyanna chooses the money. Wayne's Big Box was designer accessories from Jimmy Choo worth $6,160! Jonathan gives Kyanna $110.
Danielle the Flamingo has a shot at $12,000. Here's how. She can either take $200/point on a 2 dice roll(and if she gets 12 - she wins $12,000) OR she can take Curtain 3. She goes for the roll and passes on a Modloft Bedroom worth $6,595! She rolls 6....and 3 for a total of $1,800! Jason(as George Washington) can roll or take the Big Box. He takes the Box and passes on $1,000(5 X $200). Jason wins a MOTORCYCLE VACUUM(ZONK)! One more time with Danielle the weird prisoner can roll or take the LMAD Envelope. She takes the envelope and passes on $1,400(7 X $200). Danielle wins a trip to Barcelona for 5N at the Iberostar Paseo de Gracia worth $9,412!
Versella the Army WAC is playing REMEMBER WHEN for a Hyundai Kona SUV worth $22,255! We have five animated movies - CARS, MONSTERS, INC., SHREK, DESPICABLE ME and TOY STORY 2. Versella must pick the 2 movies that were released in the same calendar year in the US. If she does that, the Kona is hers. Versella picks MONSTERS INC and SHREK. Wayne offers a sure thing which is a pair of Pure Cycles Electric Bikes worth $4,098! She goes with the BIKES - which was a very bad move because both movies were released in 2001 - she would have won the KONA!
Last deal of the day involves Eliza the Sandwich and Craig the tropical tourist. We are playing the LMAD Marbles Game. We have 8 marbles. 7 are good(blue) and one is bad(red). If a trader picks red, they are out of the deal. In round 1, both stay alive with blue marbles. Round 2 sends Eliza to her seat with the red marble. Craig stays to make a deal. The deal is this. We have four boxes - red, green, blue and yellow. Each contains a prize or a zonk. We show Craig the Red Box and it is a pair of diamond earrings from Diamond and Jewelry Gallery worth $2,480. If he goes for the Green Box and it is a prize he will get 2 prizes. He STOPS and passes on an overnight spa getaway at the Ranch at Laguna Beach worth $3,137. Box 3 was $2,000 in cash. Box 4 was $5,000 in cash!
Who trades for a shot at $22,110? Shane trades his Sea-Doo and cash!
He picks 3. 2 was outdoor furniture from Rypen.com with portable projector and outdoor home theater worth $6,399! 1 was the LMAD Vault AND it was the Big Deal of the Day with $22,110 in COLD HARD CASH. Shane wins new appliances with a french door fridge, dishwasher from Pacific Kitchen and Home along with a $500 Milk and Eggs GC worth $3,499!
| The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
|Record today: 4-1-1
Record for week 8: 13-9-2
Record this season: 98-115-15
Total today*: $110,273
Total this week*: $394,969
Total this season*: $3,385,457
Perfect bids: 8/228
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/1
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 1/1
Best week: Week 4 - $779,917
$3M passed: 11/5/18
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded
to the nearest dollar
In the gateway to the weekend, we have Dionne Dugan, Wendy Mellette, Gabrielle Rodas, Joseph Kippes, and a Surface laptop. The $2499 laptop goes to Dionne, who can take it with her to Costa Rica (6n @ Riu Palace Costa Rica) if she wins Side by Side. is it $9270 or $7092? She goes with $7092... and she's right!
Gabrielle wins $2250 Mauricio Serrano jewelry and a chance at a Toyota C-HR LE at Carey's Card Club. The Card Game window today: $2000. She draws the Ace of Hearts and makes it $22,000 to go. Anything between that and $24,000 is a win. The price... she knows her stuff, it's $22,468!
Wendy wins a $1300 pair of Samsung phones with cases. She'll also win an elliptical trainer, a digital camera with flash, a 4KTV, and a set of Michael Kors handbags in Race Game. The tags: $820, $1299, $2300, and $3522. first pass... nothing. Second... 1 right. Third... 2 right. Time. She wins the $820 camera and the $3522 handbags. The elliptical was $1299 and teh TV was 42300.
Dionne & Gabrielle each win $1000 on the Big Wheel, so we head into a Bonus Spinoff. Dionne gets 10. Gabrielle gets... 15. AND $10,000 more.
Tori Berberet wins a $738 cutlery set. She'll add an outdoor kitchen with patio group & herb grower if she wins Bonus Game. She gets all four windows for a $60 ice cream maker, an $80 pair of ladies boots, a $21 veggie spiralizer, and a $160 electric juicer. The bonus was in the ice cream maker.
Joseph gets off the schneid with a $1899 electric bike. Can he win a trip to Utah (6n @ Cliffrose Lodge & Gardens) in Pushover?
9 2 5 7 6 8 4 3 1
He pushes to $5768... that's a winner!
Sheila Howard takes the hot route to an $849 foosball table. Can she also win a Hyundai Accent SE in Pass the Buck? She gets the full compliment of three picks. #5... $3000. #2... $5000 more. She takes the $8000. The car was behind #3.
Joseph also wins $1000 and joins Gabrielle in... the FANTASTIC SHOWCASES! First, an espresso package, a trip to London (6n @ The Oakley Court), and a Kia Forte LX. Top winner Gabrielle passes, and Joseph bids $27,652. Gabrielle gets a trip to Miami (6n @ Beacon Hotel South Beach) with $4000 and a bowrider. She bids $31,502. Actual price... $27,829. Actual price of Joseph's Showcase... $29,731 to win $38,398!
| Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
Greg Anders (Niceville, FL), who was in the U.S. Air Force for 28 years, is up first today. He easily secures $5,000, then soon after, he asks the audience at $10,000. This is what follows...
Which of the following events happened most recently, in 1992?
A: A man walked on the moon
B: 27th Amendment was added to the Constitution
C: Berlin Wall came down
D: A U.S. president resigned
Greg thinks that it is C... but it's actually B! With that, he leaves with $5,000.
John Butler (Fort Walton Beach, FL), who served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 6 years, is ready to play now. He sweeps the first 5, then brings in his Plus One, Melanie, at $7,000. This comes up soon enough...
The name of which of these countries can be dialed using only the buttons in the center column of a standard telephone keypad: 2, 5, and 8?
John decides to poll the audience, and 36% say C, with 30% saying A. He thinks about it, then goes with A... but it's actually D (19%)! That means he also leaves with $5,000.