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The Price Is Right
Dream Car Week
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Matthew Atkinson, Hunter King, Rachel Reynolds & George
Record today: 5-1
Record this week: 9-3
Record this season: 53-44-5
Total today*: $82,724
Total this week*: $199,845
Total this season*: $1,348,857
Perfect bids: 9/102
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/0
Best week: Week 2: $421,176
$1M Passed: 10/8/14
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes and rounded to the nearest
Dream Car Week continues wtih Jamie
Widell, Quanti Davis, Morgan Honey Muckleroy, Carla Popp, and an
HDTV. The $1200 TV goes to Jamie, and $500 bonus cash is nothing
compared to $10,000 in 1/2 Off. She gets a $44 jewelry cleaner, a
$150 digital oven, a $26 infuser bottle, and a $50 food pro. That
leaves her with #4, #5, #11, and #14. She picks #11.... and
Quanti wins a $644 camera with bag. He can picture himself on a
Sea-Doo if he wins Pushover.
4 8 7 6 1 9 0 2 5
He pushes to $7619... And we're two for two!
Jackie Kersey-Hardrick goes down and up thanks to a $1932 karaoke.
That gives her a shot at today's Dream Car, a RANGE ROVER SPORT
SE! And we're driving it over to Drew's Card Club for Card Game.
Because this is a Dream Car game, we're upping the opening ante to
$60,000. The target range card... $5000. She draws to $70,400.
Actual price... $66,225. She's over. At least she gets another
shot at it in the Showcase.
Next up, Anthony Consulo one-times it for a $625 surfboard and a
chance to test it in the waters of Costa Rica (6n @ Flamingo Beach
Resort & Spa in Liberia) if he wins Now or Then. Then: September
2000. Allegra allergy relief for $18.70. Now? YES! Carnation
evaporated milk for $1.69. Now? YES! Bruce's yams for $1.79. Then?
Carla wins a $2688 PAIR of PLoWs and a chance at a $1620
touchscreen PC and a $2248 grill at the ol' Bargain Game. She
thinks the grill is the bigger bargain. The computer.. $2020 for
$400 difference. The grill... $3248 for a game-winning $1000
Morgan Honey would love to go up on stage with a foosball table on
the line. The price: $570. The winner... with the final bid
advantage and a dollar, MORGAN HONEY! She could be sweet on an
iPod with beats headphones... or even sweeter on a Hyundai Accent
in Any Number. First number in the car: 1. 5... CAR! 8... change.
7... CAR! 3... CAR! 9... iPod. 2... $17,325 WORTH OF CAR! Her
spinning gets her Jackie in the Showcase.
First up, become a morning person with a coffee machine, a steam
shower, and a Jeep Patriot Altitude. Top winner Morgan Honey
passes to Jackie, who bids $31,000. Morgan Honey gets to be, in
comparison, a night owl with a limo trip to Newport Beach (3n), a
new kitchen, and a trip to Japan (6n @ Hyatt Regency Kyoto). She
bids $20,100. Actual price: $26,684, a difference of $5684. Actual
price of Jackie's showcase... $29,856. Well, give her points for
consistency, but give Morgan Honey $44,579 for the win!
by Chico Alexander
Comedy Central: 12:01a/11:01p
Host: Chris Hardwick
While you were watching making your
boobs dance to Mozart's "Eine kleine Nachtmuzik".... we were going
over the day's worth of internet stuff in Rapid Refresh. Today's #HashtagWars:
in honor of the BET Awards tonight... #HipHopBooks. Justin leads
it on his first day on the show with 1000. Jonah has 700, while
Mamrie has 600.
In act 2, we have Bust Out the
Fuzzy Handcuffs (bachelorette parties) and tonight's Live
Challenge, Damn It Jim, I'm a Doctor, Not a Search Engine!
According to Mashable.com, Google is trying to stop "symptom
checking" online by connecting such searches to a Google Doctor.
Please record your video at the tone. Everybody gets 1000 despite
two people having killed their patients. Accidentally.
Elimination game time with Spotify
Playlist. Mamrie has to be shuffled out of further contention
while the guys battle it out in...
FTW: a Minnesota woman had to lie
about her age to get on Facebook... because she's 114, and the
site would only accept anyone who is under the age of 99. Write a
status that she would post. The winning post: "Redskins won this
weekend! Whole family was killed. #Defense." Call it magic, but
JUSTIN WILLMAN WINS, LOSES, AND DRAWS THE INTERNET TONIGHT!
Remember, today's funny becomes
tomorrow's source material. Follow the game online @midnight.
Celebrity Name Game
by Chico Alexander
Syn: check listings
Host: Craig Ferguson
Heather & Eddie
good friends & neighbors
Liberty & Mackenzie
mother & daughter
talk show host
Round 1: Heather & Eddie start with
Let's Get Soapy! (celebrities who have appeared in soap operas),
getting four for $400. Liberty & Mackenzie follow up with Theatre
Geeks (famous folks who have appeared on Broadway), getting four
to tie with $400.
Star swap! Liberty gives on I'm
Lovin' It! (celebrities who have worked at McDonald's), getting
two for $400, $800 total. Eddie gives on Year of the Extra
Terrestrial (born in the same year ET premiered - 1982), getting
four for $800, $1600 total.
In the race to $3000, we have
"By George, I Think You've Got It!" (famous Georges).
Liberty & Mackenzie keep giving it away, and in the last case,
it's a lethal mix. Heather & Eddie win, $3200 to $1600.
... which is theirs to keep, but
now let's see if they can turn that into $20,000 in the final
round. Eddie gets four of the final 10, leaving Heather to get the
final six in 30 seconds. She can only come up with four.
In the nightcap (featuring Cat
Deeley & Nia Vardalos), BFF Jaclyn & MJ beat married couples Brian
& Karen $3400 to $2600. In the bonus round, the champs only get
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 5p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
Returning champions the Gallman family
will now play against the Voza family.
Fred, Judy, Laura, Nancy, Fred Sr.
Old Bridge, NJ
Cameron, Alexis, Shae, Brandon,
SINGLE: a fruit that's the size of
1. Grape 42
5. Blueberry 5
2. Cherry 8
6. Raspberry 4
3. Plum 7
7. Kiwi 4
4. Raisin 6
8. Strawberry 4
SINGLE: a reason a woman might cancel the wedding the night
1. Groom cheated 51
5. Not in love 4
2. Cold feet 20
6. Too fat for dress 2
3. For another man 11 7. Death/Groom died 2
4. Not feel'g well 7
DOUBLE: something of yours you look at and say, "What was I
thinking when I got that?"
1. Duds/Hooker heels
46 5. My psycho cat 3
2. Tattoo/Vanilla Ice 9 6. Car/Truck 3
3. Hairstyle/Wig 6
4. Spouse/Mate/Ex 4
TRIPLE: something a baby might do when you kiss its tummy.
1. Laugh/Smile 91
2. Squeal/Shriek 3
3. Let one rip 2
4. Kick 2
The last survey was a tough one on the remaining three answers.
The Vozas had the chance to steal on naming something a baby might
do when you kiss its tummy. Laugh/Smile was up there and they won
it with kick. The other answers were squeal/shriek and let one
Siblings Fred & Judy will play Fast Money. Fred had a low scoring
answer to start, but the remaining answers boosted the score to
146. Her younger sister Judy crashed on the last two answers, if
only she was thinking of a sneeze or forget to shut the back door,
they would've won it, but they can only cash in on $935.
Fast Money #1 answers
- At what age should a woman stop wearing a thong?: Age 40
- Something people sit down to do: Eat (Fred)
- Tell me a girl or boy's name that rhymes with handy: Randy
- A type of nut people serve at parties: Cashew (bless you)
- A door that kids forget to shut: Front door (Fred) & Back door
In the nightcap, the
Griers would win another game, after the McCanns could not come up
with the #4 answer on a steal in the last survey, thinking that it
would be sneezing.
TRIPLE: something that makes a person's nose run.
1. Cold/Flu 61
2. Spicy food 14
3. Allergies 13
4. Cold weather
Angie & Stephanie will try Fast Money again. Angie faultered
thinking you leave your luggage behind in a hotel room, the last
two answers made up for a couple of her answers, getting 114.
Stephanie would get it done with four answers, giving them a
two-day total of $20,925.
by Pierre Jason Kelly
GSN: 9p/8c & 9:30p/8:30c
Host: Ben Gleib
Karl Ebergen & Alexi Kaleas
Tiffany Taylor & Sara Sax
ROUND 1: The ladies correctly guess
the ruler as "the smallest ruler" for $200. The guys... can't
touch "the opposite of not skinny" (skinny... they touched the fat
man). The back half ends up blank, so UCLA leads, $200 to nothing.
ROUND 2: Alexi: Do a jumping jack,
a squat, and push up. He touches the exerciser... but he should've
pushed up on the elevator. Tiffany: touch the only yellow angle
that's right. She touches the 180 degree line (that is clearly
acute)... but she should've touched the chalkboard outline. Karl:
in "Take Me Out to the Ballgame", it says "3 strikes you're out",
what else comes in 3s in the song?" He timed out before touching
"roots". Sara: Touch the place where you can get four suits for a
dollar. She picks Suits 4 Less (4 suits for $4). But it was Tom's
Playing Card Shop.
HEAD TO HEAD: Karl vs. Sara for
$1000: poke the perfect peppermint. Karl runs out of time, while
Tiffany misses the one on "This is what the perfect peppermint
looks like." Alexi vs. Tiffany for $2500: legs total: 4, 12, 16 or
20? Alex's right with 20 for $600... but Tiffany's right for the
win with $1300!
SMART MONEY: Sara is up first. what
completes this pattern? Sarah locks in the double M. Tiffany runs
out of time. The pattern, double Ds, double Es, double Fs, ?,
double H, double Is... so they should've gone with double Gs. They
leave with $1300, though.
In the nightcap, Princess & Justin
(besties) play against Derek & Tim (coworkers). Tim wins it for his team on the final head-to-head, $1925 to
$980. In the Smart Money round, they get this: what time is it:
noon, 4, 6, or 8? Bob's Bakery is open from 9 to 6, Ben's bakery
is open from 6 to 2, Bill's meatery is open all day long. So it
has to be 6 right? Someone tell these guys that. They leave with
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
The season's a month-old, and for the
second time in year 31, we have TWO champs defending.
TWO DAY CO-CHAMPION
PhD student in physics
Shane starts with $200 Today's
Checklist. At the TV timeout, Shane leads with $3000 to $2200 for
Dan. Candice has $2000.
Candice finds the Daily Double
under $800 "2"-Square Crossword Clues. She bets $1000 on this: get
above it all here, AKA Dapsang. "What is K2?" Good for $3800! She
ends up with $4200. With Dan leading on $5200 to Shane's $5000,
Candice will have first pickings in Double Jeopardy!...
... with $400 3 Straight Vowels.
Dan finds the first Daily Doubles under $1600 World Cities. He
fronts half, or $3000 on this: Morocco was named for this city
known for its centuries-old red clay buildings. "What is
Marrakech?" That would've done it, but Dan blanks for $3000. He
gets another shot at it with $800 Who Wrote It? He bets $2000 -
has to - in this: "We asked you to speak about women and
fiction--what has that got to do with a room of one's own?" "Who
is Wollstonecraft?" And it's all but over for him with $3800 to
Candice's $1800. The game is Shane's to lose with him at $15,000.
FINAL JEOPARDY! on "Business":
today this company markets more than 100 times the
number of products found in a slogan it used in 1896
Correct response: what is Heinz?
The 57 varieties of 1896 became
more than 5700, and Shane becomes the sole champ once again with
$18,000, giving him $42,001 for three. Dan leaves with $7600.
Let's Ask America
by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings
Host: Bill Bellamy
Let's Make a Deal
Breast Cancer Awareness Special
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Tracy - $5,194
Licett - $4,329
Alissa - $3,700
Susan - $3,098(traded from $8,926)
Tammy - $1,000
Sydney - $750
Sparkle - $500
Dylan - $500
Delano - SUNK
Johannes/Dana - BAD TRICK!
Quickie Deals - $0
Big Deal Choice 1 - 3
Big Deal Choice 2 - 6
Big Deal Choice 3 - 8
Big Deal Location 1 - 5
Big Deal Location 2 - 7
Big Deal Location 3 - 5
Big Deal Wins- 4/17
Car Wins - 9
Total for Week 4 - $42,554
Total for the season: $598,189
Tuesday's Deal is a salute to Breast
Cancer Awareness Month. Our audience is full of fighters,
survivors and supporters! We start with a woman who can't say no
and that is Licett. Wayne makes deals with other people and can't
say no to the leftovers. Tammy (a Breast Cancer Survivor) can take
the small box or $1,000. Tammy takes the cash and Licett wins
Designer Accessories from Louis Vuitton and Iphone 5s worth
$3,329! Next up is Baby Delano who can take either $1,000 or
Curtain 2. Delano takes the Curtain and wins a HOUSE BOAT(ZONK)!
Licett has $1,000 more. She has $4,329 in cash and prizes!
Licett can keep that or the LMAD Envelope. She keeps the prizes
and passes on a trip to Hawaii for 5N in Oahu from Allegiant Air
and $4,000 in spending cash worth $5,962!
Sydney the Fairy can win a Toyota Corolla L worth $17,610 by
playing Car Pong. Sydney has 5 seconds to bounce a ping pong
ball(one at a time) into the center cup and have it stay there. If
she does, Sydney will drive off in the Toyota. She can also win
cash from the surrounding cups. We want to help Sydney increase
her odds by giving her 5 seconds per correct answer to this
question: WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING COLORS WERE ON THE ORIGINAL
1980'S RUBIK'S CUBE? The answers are GREEN, BLUE, ORANGE, PURPLE.
Sydney was smart enough to avoid PURPLE and has 20 seconds to try
for the car. If she wins the car, LMAD will donate $10,000 to
Breast Cancer Awareness Charities. She passes on $500 to go for
the car and wins...$750 in cash! Wayne and Sydney try for another
10 seconds and still can't get the donation. Wayne plunks it
in(after telling everyone to look away) to get the cash!
Johannes and Dana the Breast Cancer Superheroes. Johannes is the
boss. He can take the Red Box which is for her or the Green Box
which is for both of them. He goes Red and passes on the Green Box
which was a trip to Las Vegas for 3N at the D Casino Hotel worth
$2,864! Dana can now keep the Red Box or Curtain 1 which is for
the Home. She goes for the curtain and passes on the Red Box which
was a Sapphire Necklace in support of Breast Cancer Awareness
worth $1,220. They can keep Curtain 1 or take the Big Box...which
is Big Risk. They take Big Risk and pass on a bedroom with home
safe and $1,500 worth $6,640! They pass on $1,000 and win A
SKATEBOARDING PLASTIC DONKEY(ZONK)!
Alissa the Hippie has the Big Box with a clue of Tiffany wearing
boxing gloves. She can take the box or take the small envelope.
She takes the envelope and Alissa passes on a woman's fitness
package including boxing heavy bag, bicycle worth $1,530! Alissa
wins a trio of tvs including a 55" LED HDTV, 49" and 40" HDTVs
worth $3,700! Susan has Curtain 2 and can win a new Ford Focus S
sedan worth $17,635! She is playing the Four Keys game. Susan
picks 3. If that opens the car, she will win the car. Wayne offers
a Ricardo Beverly Hills Luggage worth $1,400 not to go for the
car. Susan goes for the car. Jonathan gets 1. Tiffany gets 2 and
Wayne gets 4. 1 is NOT the key. Wayne adds a trip to Jamaica for
4N at the Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall and with the luggage it's now worth
$8,926! She takes the trip! HOWEVER, she would have OPENED THE
We need a lady with a purse and it's Sparkle the Pink Lady. She
will get $500 per correct item in her purse. We need a guy to
guess if she has them and Dylan the cat is the guy. Item 1 is
FLOSS. He says NO. She doesn't, but Dylan has $500. Dylan says
MINTS/GUM are in her purse, but she says no. Last item is a $1
Bill. She DOESN'T. He says yes. They both have $500. Dylan can
turn $500 into Curtain 1. He keeps the cash and passes on a pair
of $3,948 Icebear Scooters!
Last deal involves Tracy(Mrs. Roseville 2003). She gets a clue
from Wayne's Diary about Curtain 2. Tracy takes 2 and passes on
$1,000 for a suite of new Haier kitchen appliances including
42"HDTV, wine cooler, refrigerator, dishwasher and 1 yr of flowers
from Organic Bouquet worth
Who trades for a shot at $22,485! It's Susan with her Jamaica
trip! She picks 3 and 2 was the LMAD Vault with $6,125! Her door
was a new home theater including a 60" HDTV with Bowers/Wilkins
Speaker and Ipad Mini/Ipad Air worth $3,098! 1 was the Big Deal
and it was a 2014 VW Beetle Coupe worth $22,485!
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today: $66,790
Total for Week 5: $95,680
Total for the Season: $2,091,355
Bonus Win Percentage: 10/22
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 2/0
Mystery Round Prizes won: 1
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 36/0
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/1
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 7/22/4
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 14/22/6
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 3/1
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 12/8
$2,500 Space Hit - 3
$3,500 Space Hit - 14
$5,000 Space Hit -
Bankrupt Space Hit - 72
Gift Tags won: 6
Free Play Hit: 23
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 0/22
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $1,200,274
Bankrupt Losses: $195,330
$2M Passed: 10/13/14(3 + 18 shows)
It's Day 2 of "Wheel Was Here" week!
The $1,000 Tossup is ON THE MAP. Charles McDonald from Lakewood,
WA solves PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA. He is a college student and
landscaping. Melissa Wong from Burbank, CA is a 4th grade teacher.
She is married for 3 years. Michelle Lewick is a corporate flight
attendant from Las Vegas.
The $2,000 Tossup is SHOW BIZ. Michelle has $2,000 with BALLET
COMPANY. We add this to the wheel and it's a trip to Loews
Coronado Bay Hotel in San Diego worth $6,005. Michelle starts
SONG/ARTIST. She picks up the 1/2 Car with $1,500 worth of N's for
a Nissan Versa Note S. She picks up the 2nd 1/2 Car with a $500 V
but she hits Lose a Turn. Charles solves I'VE BEEN EVERYWHERE BY
JOHNNY CASH for $4,100. He has $5,100.
Charles also starts the Selsun Blue mystery round which is BEFORE
& AFTER. He picks up the MDW with 2 B's. He dominates and solves
COFFEE BREAK THE BANK for $4,900. He has $10,000 and the MDW!
Melissa gets her shot and starts the Express Wedge/Prize Puzzle
round which is PHRASE. She hits Lose a Turn. Michelle misses.
Charles hits 2 $500 Free Play T's and solves YOU'LL NEED A
PASSPORT FOR THIS ONE for $4,250 and a trip to Hong Kong sponsored
by the DVD/Blu-Ray/Digital HD Release of Paramount Pictures's
Transformers: Age of Extinction worth $8,540! Charles has $22,790
and the MDW!
The $3,000 Tossup is RHYME TIME. Melissa has $3,000 with YUMMY IN
MY TUMMY. She starts THING and leads into a FINAL SPIN worth
$1,550. Melissa solves OFF-THE-CUFF REMARK for $7,000! She leaves
with $10,000! Michelle leaves with $2,000. But Charles is going to
Hong Kong with $22,790 in cash and prizes...along with the MDW!
The Pre-Bonus Round total is $34,790! Charles is the 4th person
this season to have this happen: We take out the $100,000 wedge
and put it in the $1M wedge. If Charles can find the wedge and
solve the puzzle, he will be the 4th Millionaire in Wheel History!
Charles lands on the A in GAME. His category is PERSON. With the
RSTLNE and his choices of P M C A we have:
T _ _ A
P L A _ E R
Will a TUBA PLAYER get Charles to the Million?....NO! But he does
add $32,000 to his back and leaves with $54,790 in cash and
prizes! Charles was 5 spaces away from the $1M as it was in the P
5K EVERYDAY NUMBER - MN5694818
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
ABC: 2p/1C; also check local listings
Host: Terry Crews
Will Fulton (Stamford, CT) gets things
going today with $16,500 through 4 questions, and with all 3
He jumps the 6th question, which had $7,000. He asks the audience
on the 8th, and gets $15,000 with their help! He then makes it out
of Round 1 with a total of $61,600! That sends him into Round 2...
Described as a mix of "herbs, asparagus, green bean and bell
pepper," what does Consumer Reports call an "often desirable"
description of a wine's aroma?
A: Cat pee
B: Goat breath
C: Seal fur
D: Elephant tail
(Ew. Just... Ew.)
(Before anyone asks, no, I'm not a wine person.)
Will doesn't know this, so he calls on his Plus One, Lorenda. She
does read Consumer Reports, but she hasn't seen this. They end up
narrowing it down to A or B, then decide that B is more likely to
smell good. So, Will goes with B... but it's A! (EWW!) Well, at
least he still has $25,000!
Since there isn't much time left, Jack Mandel (East Norwich, NY)
is pulled from the audience to play for $1,000...
The pulmonary ailment known as hypersensitivity pneumonitis, which
can result from playing dirty musical instruments, sometimes goes
by what name?
A: Drummer's foot
B: Violin chin
C: Pianist's finger
D: Saxophone lung
After narrowing things down, Jack goes with D... and he's right