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The $10,000 List

by Chico Alexander
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GSN: 3a/2C
Host: Donald Faison
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La Verne, CA
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Whittier, CA
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ROUND 1: ALOHA STATE OF MIND - these are facts about Hawaii.
- Tons of coffee beans produced in Hawaii annually - 3950
- BASE: Hawaiian islands, reefs & land masses - 132
- Acres Hawaii has grown in the past decade - 49
- Bruno Mars' age when he began performing as an Elvis impersonator - 4
- Years it takes a pineapple plant to reach its full size - 2
Jaden ahs the lead with $300 to $200.

ROUND 2: WAIT UNTIL DARK - these are facts about darkness.
- Tons of coffee beans produced in Hawaii annually - 3950
- Hawaiian islands, reefs & land masses - 132
- Acres Hawaii has grown in the past decade - 49
- Bruno Mars' age when he began performing as an Elvis impersonator - 4
- Years it takes a pineapple plant to reach its full size - 2
At the end of this list, it's all Jaden, $1000 to $200. But it's still anyone's game.

ROUND 3: DON'T BUG ME - these are facts about bugs.
- BASES: Monthly cost of Cricket Wireless unlimited data plan ($60) and eyes on a honeybee (5)
- $500: Years raid has been using the "Kills Bugs Dead" slogan. Jesse goes between... 51 is right for $700.
- $600: Scarlett Johansson's stunt doubles in "Avengers: Age of Ultron". Jaden says it's between 5 & 51... but it was only 3. Jesse takes the lead with $1300.
- $700: Maximum lifespan of a harvester ant queen. Jesse CHALLENGES, and Jaden says between 5 & 51 again... she's right this time, it's 30. She retakes the lead with $1700 to $1300.
- $1750: Farthest distance a monarch butterfly has been known to fly in a day. Jaden CHALLENGES, and Jesse says higher than 60... it's 265 to win, $3050 to $1700.

- Percentage of Americans who watch TV while working from home
- Hamburgers McDonald's sells per second
- Years in the Chicago Cubs' World Series drought
- Grams of sugar in a pear
- Weight of a bar of gold in Ft. Knox
NUMBERS: 108, 75, 43, 28, 17

Jesse goes with 108 Cubs years, 75 hamburgers, 43 % TV watching workers, 28 grams of sugar, and 17 weight of gold bars. ... HOT DOG, WE HAVE A WIENER! He gets $10,000 and EVERYONE IN THE GOLD SECTION splits $10,000!

by Chico Alexander
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Food: 10p/9C
Host: Ted Allen
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Dave Slarow
Brooklyn, NY
chef/owner, Pizza Moto
Christopher Zabita
New York City
executive chef, Society Cafe

Hannah Wong
New York City
sous-chef, Gramercy Tavern

Sunshine Flagg
Louisville, KY
chef/owner, the Culture Club Presents

Today, every basket has something that is canned. Here to make canned comments on the dishes are our fresh judges, Marcd Murphy, Maneet Chauhan, and Chris Santos.

APPETIZER: First on the 30-minute clock are these... baby octopus, calamondin limes, crumpets, and cream cheese.
- Dave: Charred Baby Octopus with Tzatziki Sauce & Croutons
- Christopher: Fried Baby Octopus with Calamondin Vinaigrette
- Hannah: Baby Octopus Two Ways with Bitter Green Salad
- Sunshine: Olive Oil Poached Baby Octopus Crostini
CHOPPED: Sunshine

ENTREE: Now onto the main can... tilefish, canned steamed beef, Asian long beans, and fideo pasta.
- Dave: Roasted Tilefish with Long Bean s& Miso Butter Pasta
- Christopher: Roasted Tilefish wtih Bacon & Long Bean Stew
- Hannah: Pan-Roasted Tilefish with Beef & Long Bean Lo Mein

DESSERT: One dish from the money. In the basket... a Persian love cake, lychee, strawberry milk powder, and gorgonzola dolce.
- Christopher: Gorgonzola Panna Cotta with Love Cake Crumble
- Hannah: Gorgonzola & Strawberry Milk Panna Cotta

And who gets to can up $10,000? Congratulations... HANNAH!

by Chico Alexander
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GSN: 3:30a/2:30C
Host: Mike Richards
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Bronx, NY
respiratory therapist
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Youngstown, OH
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Lisa uses a Takeover to end round 1 before they ran out of money. Good thing she did, because the team is up to $7255.

- Q1: Which two fo these are maong the 10 most effective ways for a woman to flirt with a man: a) Touch his arm b) Laugh at his jokes c) Ignore him? Malissa uses the last Takeover on BC... but ignoring him will turn a man off. Down to $3628.
- Q2: Which two statements are true of Air Force One, the plane built specifically for the President: a) It's as tall as a six-story building b) It can travel close to the speed of sound c) It has an emergency escape pod? They lock in BC... but it was AB to go down to $1814.
- Q3: Which of these are the top two sources of debt for millennials: a) Student loans b) Auto loans c) Credit card debt? They go with AC... and they're right to go back up to $10,674. But one person will not see a penny of it...

Jonathan: MALISSA

- Q1: Which of these duties do a majority of couples share equally: a) Household chores b) Disciplining kids c) Playing with kids? They lock in ABC... RIGHT for $5914!
- Q2: Arrange these countries in the order they first developed nuclear weapons, starting wit hthe earliest: a) China b) United States c) North Korea. They go with BAC... And they're back up to $35,891. A hefty total to divide...

A (60%): $21,535
B (30%): $10,767
C (10%): $3589

Again, the bigger the bank, the harder the decision. So it ends up like this...

Seth: C ($693)
Lisa: A ($4156)
Jonathan: B ($2078)

Jeopardy! College Championship Quarterfinals
by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah Whitcomb-Foss
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1) Thatcher Chonka: $21,599
2) Jordan Goodson: $12,399
3) Josie Bianchi: $4550
4) Sheldon Lewis II: $4299
Last night, Hannah from UCF earned slot #1 in the College Championship semifinal. Which of these three will join her?...
Thatcher Chonka
sophomore, Oklahoma
Dhruv Gaur
Gainesville, GA
freshman, Brown
Jordan Goodson
McLean, VA
senior, Columbia

As a reminder, all participants are guaranteed $5000 for their participation. Semifinals see that guarantee bump up to $10,000.

JEOPARDY! ROUND: College Vocabulary, States' Geographic Centers, Recent Movies, Weights & Measures, Pre-Rec, Hamlet.

Thatcher starts from the bottom with $1000 College Vocabulary. At the TV time out, Dhruv has the lead wtih $5000 to Thatcher's $1800. Jordan has $1400.

Out of the break, Dhruv finds the Daily Double under $400 Hamlet. He bets $3000... and here's Jimmy with the clue: "Shakespeare may have gotten the names of these courtiers from 2 members of the Danish mobility." "What are Rosencrantz & Guildenstern?" RIGHT for $8000! He ends up with $10,400 to $3600 for Thatcher. Jordan gets $2200 and the first pick in...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Owl Nighter, Entertaining Eras, Nobel Peace Prize Winners, BC-ing You, Word History, AP Journalism

... with $1200 Word History. Dhruv finds the first Daily Double under $800 Nobel Peace Prize Winners. He wagers $2800 on this: these people are the "R" in UNHCR, which gives them shelter & helps them find a new permanent home. "What are refugees?" That's it for $15,000! He'll go for the triple Double under $2000 BC-ing You. He wagers $1200 on this: called the "Father of History", he wrote a long account of the Greco-Persian Wars. "Who is Herodotus?" GOOD for $21,600! He ends up with $22,800. With Jordan on $6200 to Thatcher's $10,800, this looks like a battle for a wild-card spot.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "US Cabinet Departments": this Cabinet department traces its roots back to the Manhattan Project & efforts to develop the atomic bomb. Correct response: what is the Department of Energy?

Dhruv made up for missing a clue about Brown University earlier in the game by completely owning the match with $23,312 and a place in the semis.

Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
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CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
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Clarisse - $21,259(traded from $5,998)
Oscar - $19,815
Philip - $5,130
Tiffany - $5,000
Jacky - $4,321
Kimberly - $4,210
Deon - $501
Corina - $500
Jada - $285

Quickie Deals - $600/$600
Quickie Deals Total - $44,200/$53,500

Big Deal Choice 1 - 27
Big Deal Choice 2 - 52
Big Deal Choice 3 - 56
Big Deal Location 1 - 61
Big Deal Location 2 - 42
Big Deal Location 3 - 32
Big Deal Wins- 45/135
Car Wins - 64


Prizes not won today - $21,664
Prizes not won this season - $5,780,576

Total - $61,021
Total for Week 29- $93,448
Total for the Season: $4,905,581
Best Week Week 28- $275,551
4M Passed - 03/06/2018 - 111 show

Tuesday's trading starts off with three people and they are Jacky the Tropical Tourist, Corina the Scarecrow and Kimberly the Medieval Lady. We are playing DRAW STRAWS. We have a red straw with $7, green straw with $5 and Blue with $4. After distribution, we start with Kimberly. Will she keep the red straw or take the small box? Kimberly buys the box and passes on $70! Kimberly is going to the home of the Saints - a trip to the Bourbon Orleans Hotel for 4N worth $4,210!

Next is Corina. Will Corina take the Green Straw or take the Big Box? She keeps the cash and passes on the Big Box which was a refrigerator, dishwasher and copper cookware worth $3,898! Corina wins $500! Last is Jacky. Will he take the blue straw or take Curtain 2? He takes the straw and passes on Curtain 2 which was a ZONK CONVERTIBLE(ZONK). Jacky wins $4,321 in cash!

Tiffany(1/3 part of the Banana Split) is playing GO FOR A SPIN for a Kia Soul worth $18,865! We have a wheel with cash spaces, a car space and zonk spaces. We can help Tiffany increase her odds. Here's how. We polled a recent studio audience and found out what they preferred from the following pairs: FUDGE/CARAMEL, TIMES SQUARE/LAS VEGAS STRIP and JACK SPARROW/JACK IN THE BOX. For every answer Tiffany gets right, she will win $500 and have the chance to change a zonk space to a car space(up to three). Tiffany misses FUDGE, gets the STRIP and JACK SPARROW. She changes 2 spaces from zonk to car. Will Tiffany take her $1,000 or GO FOR A SPIN for the car? Tiffany spins and wins $5,000 in cash!

Philip the Umpire picks 9 from 0-9. Wayne shows an envelope. Inside it is a $100 bill with an 8 digit serial number. For every 9 that shows up, Philip will get $1,000. Will he go for the bill or take Curtain 3 or $700 straight up? He takes the curtain and passes on 70916083 - $1,000 could have been his! Philip wins a Razer package including touchscreen laptop, headset, controller, gaming backpack along with a 65" HDTV, sound system and $500 to Google Play worth $5,130!

Jada the Cow gets to see some of Wayne's Video Blog Posts. It's a clue to the Big Box prize - I WAS SO FED UP WITH MY GIRLFRIEND THAT I USED THE BIG BOX PRIZE TO GET OUT OF TOWN. Will she take the Big Box or take the $100 on the outside bankroll? She takes the money and passes on a pair of scooters including a 150 and 250 cc model from SSR Motorsports worth $5,998! Jada wins $100 + $5 x 37 = $285!

Oscar(as MC Hammer) is playing THINK BIG for a VW Jetta worth $19,815! We have four statements: CURRENT NUMBER OF RIDGES ON A DIME, NUMBER OF FLOORS INSIDE THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, HIGHEST FAHRENHEIT TEMPERATURE EVER RECORDED IN CALIFORNIA, ACCORDING TO THE NOAA and RECORD-SETTING NUMBER OF T-SHIRTS WORN BY A SINGLE PERSON AT ONE TIME, ACCORDING TO GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS. If Oscar can find the biggest number, he wins the Jetta. He picks the T-Shirt. We find out there are 103 floors in the Empire State Building, and 118 ridges on a dime. He passes on $500 and finds out the highest temperature in CA was 134(DAMN!). Oscar passes on $1,500...$2, find out THAT HE WINS THE CAR! Someone actually had the guts to wear 257 t-shirts!

Deon the 50s lady is playing the Blank Check Game. We have four rectangles - red, yellow, blue and green. Deon is going to try and fill the check with the highest amount possible because under each rectangle is a number from 0-9. She fills the check from left to right with Red, blue, yellow, green. We reveal the check from right to left and it is $ _ 5 0 1. Will Deon go for the check or take the LMAD Envelope. She takes the check and passes on a trip to Puerto Rico(taped before the hurricane). It was a trip to the Rincon Beach Resort for 6N worth $10,068! Deon wins $0501 or $501. The best she could have done was $5,100!

Last deal involves Clarisse(a very sexy geek). She can win the LMAD Envelope(YOU'VE ALREADY WON) or take the Big Box? She takes the envelope and passes on the Big Box which was a TEENY WEENY LIVING ROOM(ZONK). Clarisse wins the $5,998 pair of scooters!

Who trades for a $21,259 Big Deal(potentially)? Clarisse trades her just won scooters!

She picks 2. 3 was a new Yamaha Waverunner EX Deluxe worth $8,599! 1 was an elliptical machine worth $3,749! That means Clarisse wins the Big Deal behind 2 and she is going to Thailand for 6N at the BYD Lofts in Phuket with Skyway luggage, 2 24MP DSLR Cameras, camera bag and $3,000 in spending cash! It's worth $21,259!

The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
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CBS: 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Amber Lancaster & George Gray
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Record today: 2-4
Record for week 30: 6-6
Record this season: 342-381-39
Total today*: $22,994
Total this week*: $105,858
Total this season*: $9,930,728
Perfect bids: 12/762
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 3/1
DSWs/DOBs: 5/8
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 4/3
Best week: Week 4 ($578,924)
$9M passed: 3/22/18

*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the nearest dollar.

Tuesday at the Price starts with Juliana Baker, Oscar Epps, Andrew Gaggo, Elizabeth Sanders, and a4KTV. The $2000 TV goes to oscar, who can cart it away in a Hyundai Elantra SE, provided he wins Lucky Seven. The board has $19,48_. The player has $2. He goes wtih 4... but it was 2.

Kirsten Kozak goes down and up thanks to a $2136 cutlery set with butcherblock. She will try for a barbecue island with dinette in Side by Side. Is it $8369 or $6983? She goes with $8369... wrong way.

Andrew wins a $1250 media player wtih headphones. He'll try for $10,000 in Grand Game. Target: $4. Friskies cat food... 49c! Hi-Ball energy water... $2.79. Mom's Best cereal... $3.29. He plays on with the Hormel crumbled bacon... $4.99.

Kirsten wins this low-key half at the Showcase Showdown. Meanwhile, Craig Strowbridge gets an $850 4K camcorder and a chance at $1500 from Suja, a laptop package with printer & stand, and a NBissan Versa in Rat Race. She gets two - Blue & Pink - from a $70 cordless vacuum and a $200 air fryer. Down the stretch they come to.. Orange, Green, Yellow, Blue, Pink. Not even on the baord.

Juliana gets off the schneid with a $1512 set of Kate Spade accessories. She'll win an electric guitar and a Suzuki Boulevard motorcycle if sh ewins 2 for th ePric eof 1.

4 1 0
$ $ $
6 5 2

She gets the 0 for free and makes it $650 to go... and that's a winner!

Elizabeth is down to her final bid on a set of Michael Kors smartwatches. The price: $1345. The winner... with the one-time, Rosetta Jones. She'll take those to Ireland (6n @ Randles Hotel Killarney) if she wins Balance Game. The bags: $162, $1000, $4000, and $6000. She goes with $7162... RIGHT ON TARGET!

Juliana meets Kirsten in the Showcase. Firs tup, a pair of iPad Pros, a trip to Beverly Hills (3n via limo @ Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel), and a Toyota Yaris. Top winner Juliana passes, and Kirsten bids $22,000. Juliana gets to enjoy the water with a trip to the Bahamas, 6n @ Valentines Residences Resort & Marina), a set of scuba gear, and a Bayliner deckboat. She bids $27,000. Actual price... $26,689, over by $311. Actual price of Kirsten's Showcase... $21,469, over by $531. So a DOUBLE OVERBID... and by SO LITTLE!

Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
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Syn/YesTV: 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
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Total for Today - $38,150
Total for Week 31- $69,450
Total for the Season: $7,327,058
Bonus Win Percentage: 50/152
Gooseeggs: 26
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 18/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 31/17/10
Car Wins: 17
1/2 Car Wedges hit/lost/total wins: 112/47/4
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 7/1
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 2/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 44/152/15/20
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 81/152/30/29
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 36/25/9
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 66/35/16
$2,500 Space Hit - 39
$3,500 Space Hit - 86
$5,000 Space Hit - 15
Bankrupt Space Hit - 440
Lose A Turn Hit - 154
Vowels Missed: 152
Perfect Rounds: 79
Gift Tags hit/won/lost:83/39/30 Free Play Hit: 165
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 12/152
Best Week: Week 8- Halloween Week - $323,729
Bankrupt Losses: $778,623+ 14 trips of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $2,049,069 + 9 prizes of unknown value.
7M Passed - 03/29/2018 - 144 shows - (125 + 19)

A: 3
M: 3
E :11
R: 5
I : 5
C : 4
A : 4
' : 4
S: 4
G: 9
A: 3
M: 5
E :12
S: 9
P: 10
I: 4
N: 4
&: 9
W: 7
I : 3
N: 13
* - 6
** - 3
*** - 9

BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? - 19/12/2/10
PERSON/PEOPLE - 51/11/2/9
EVENT(s) - 29/12/7/5
SHOW BIZ -14/4/1/3
LIVING THING(s) - 50/10/2/8
IN THE KITCHEN -22/8/1/6
PHRASE - 41/10/1/8
FOOD & DRINK 22/14/6/8
THING(s) - 72/10/4/6
FUN & GAMES - 26/7/3/4
ON THE MAP - 21/11/5/5
PLACE(s) - 28/10/3/7
CHARACTER(s) - 11/7/1/6
OCCUPATION - 7/3/2/1

It's Day 2 of "America's Game!" week! This was the 6th game of Beaches Resort week! We are dealing with couples today!

The $1,000 Tossup is ON THE MAP. Terry/Paige solve INDEPENDENCE MISSOURI. They have been married for 15 years - with two daughters 13 and 11. They met in an improv comedy class. Shenika/Matt Carter have 3 kids. John/Jamie Simmons have been married for 1.5 years with a son, Lane.

The $2,000 Tossup is EVENT. Terry/Paige have $3,000 with FAMILY GATHERING. We add this to the wheel - a Beaches Resort Vacation in Turks and Caicos. It's worth $8,000. They start WHAT ARE YOU DOING? They pick up the Beaches Trip with 2 $500 L's, dominate and solve GETTING THE LAY OF THE LAND for a total of $14,600 in cash and prizes! It's been all Terry/Paige with $17,600 in cash and prizes!

Shenika/Matt get their chance and start the Oxi-Clean mystery round which is BEFORE & AFTER. They pick up the 1/2 Car with 2 $500 S's, and the 2nd one with 2 $500 R's but lose them both and $2,800 on Bankrupt. John/Jamie do the same. Terry/Paige go three for three. Matt/Shenika pick up the $1,000 Ebates cash with a $500 D but lose that and $250 on Bankrupt. John/Jamie Bankrupt. Terry/Paige make it 6 for this round. Matt/Shenika miss the solve. John/Jamie solve CATTLE RANCH DRESSING for the team minimum of $2,000.

John/Jamie also start the Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is PHRASE. They hit 2 $3,500 T's and miss on the 1/2 Car. Terry/Paige miss a vowel(A). Matt/Shenika hit 2 $1,000 Express Wedge D's and hop on. They start with 2 U's, a $1,000 N, 2 $1,000 L's and solve SOUNDS DELIGHTFUL TO ME for $4,750 and a trip to any Sandals or Beaches Resort of their choice worth $6,000! They have $10,750 in cash and prizes!

The $3,000 Tossup is LIVING THING. Matt/Shenika have $13,750 with POMEGRANATE TREE. We go right into a FINAL SPIN worth $1,600 a letter for FOOD & DRINK. Terry/Paige solve OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL for $4,800 and go to the bonus round with $22,400 in cash and prizes including their Beaches Turks and Caicos trip! John/Jamie leave with $2,000. Matt/Shenika are going to a resort of their choice with a total of $13,750 in cash and prizes!

The Pre-Bonus Round total is $38,150! Terry/Paige choose FOOD & DRINK over EVENT and THING. Terry/Paige land on the & wedge. With the RSTLNE and their choices of H P C O we have:

C R _ S P / _ _ _ _
_ P P L E

They had the CRISP APPLE but not the breed - FUJI. They lose the 2018 VW Beetle Convertible but leave with $22,400 in cash and prizes!

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Las Vegas Restaurant Week
by Don Harpwood

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Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
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Those who earn some dinner today will be heading to BLT Steak at Bally's Las Vegas, and executive chef Agata Siwinska is in the audience today.

In the meantime, Kitanna Belnap (Pocatello, ID) returns with $5,000 and 2 lifelines. She uses the 50:50 at $7,000 and calls on her mom, Amy, at $10,000. She then has this to consider...

The Seinfeld episode "The Invitations" famously shocked audiences upon its first airing in 1996. Why?
A: It had people swearing
B: It criticized the president
C: It killed off a supporting character
D: It featured nudity

This actually came up during a game of Trivial Pursuit a couple of weeks prior, but Kitanna can't remember the answer. She considers each option, seemingly leaning towards C, but she can't completely rule out A. With that, she walks with $10,000! As it turns out, the answer is C.

Brian Becker (Union City, NJ) secures $5,000 and a dinner with help from the 50:50; he then asks the audience at $7,000 before this appears...

Which institution was founded as Brown's Schoolhouse in Randolph County, NC in 1838 before being renamed and moved elsewhere in the state?
A: College of William & Mary
B: Villanova University
C: Vanderbilt University
D: Duke University

Brian has no idea, so he brings in his Plus One, John. He is thinking D, but it's just a guess. As a result, Brian decides to walk with $7,000. The answer is D.