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Rani Plays for Six
by Chico Alexander
Syn/CHCH: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
Before we get into today's business...
it's time to announce the final wild cards for the Battle of the
Decades. Congratulations to...
- 1980s: ANDY WESTNEY (journalist;
- 1990s: SHANE WHITLOCK (radiologist; Little Rock, AR)
- 2000s: TOM NISSLEY (writer, Seattle)
NOW... Scott spoiled the win
yesterday for the champ, and now he plays against...
customer service representative
New York City
food media writer
Scott starts with $200 Literary
Title Colors, finding the Daily Double under $800 Hook. He fronts
$1200 on this: used on fishing boats, this long pole with an iron
hook is a homophone of a social blunder. "What is a gaff?" Right
for $3600! He ends with $7000 to Carlos' $6000. Tina, on $2800,
will kick off Double Jeopardy!...
... with $800 What's on TV, finding
the first Daily Double under $1200 -Ologies. She bets $3000 to tie
on this: Oral Roberts University has a college of it. "What is
theology?" Right for $10,200! Carlos finds the other one under
$1600 Starts & Ends with a Vowel. He's GOING FOR IT! The clue: the
name of this secret sect said to have formed in 1776 is from the
Latin for "enlightened"... but I've said too much. "What is the
Illuminati?" FOR THE DOUBLER, $18,400! He ends with $19,600 to
Scott's $17,400. Tina has $16,200. This could be an interesting
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "The
Internet": the inventor of this image format said the OED
wrongly has 2 pronunciations of it--the right one is with a soft
"G". Correct response: what is a .gif?
Everyone's right, but Carlos goes
big to win $34,801. Scott leaves with $9899.
Let's Ask America
by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings
Host: Kevin Pereira
Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangun, Danielle Demski & Kat Gray
Randi - $12,995
Rauley/Marissa - $12,612
Raymond - $6,741(traded from $4,796)
Tina - $4,200
Linnae - $4,000
Lauren - $2,250
Elizabeth - $1,968
Cynthia - $1,000
Jacqueline - $1,000
Michael - $100
QUICKIE DEALS - $200
Big Deal Choice 1 - 2
Big Deal Choice 2 - 20
Big Deal Choice 3 - 26
Big Deal Location 1 - 16
Big Deal Location 2 - 15
Big Deal Location 3 - 17
Big Deal Wins- 13/48
Total for Week 11 -$103,138
Total for Season - $1,982,815
1M Passed 10/28/2013(26 Shows)
Tuesday's Trading starts off with
three people and they are Tina the Garden Fairy, Elizabeth the
workout lady, and Raymond the Army Guy. They will be making deals
for each other. Tina gives the Big Box to Elizabeth and lets
Raymond picks a check from the 9 check table. Raymond picks 7 and
it's $900. Elizabeth gets a new BBQ Grill from Barbeques Galore
worth $1,368. Elizabeth gives Curtain 2 to Raymond. Tina picks
Check 9 and it's $1,600. Raymond gets a new Blu Dot worth $3,896!
He has $4,796 in cash/prizes. Raymond gives the small box to Tina.
Elizabeth gets check 5 which is $600. She has $1,968. Tina gets a
Loris Jeweler Bracelet worth $2,600! She has $4,200. Who keeps and
who trades for the small envelope? Everyone passes on a ZONK ALIEN
Lauren the Hot Air Balloon Ride can win a 2014 Kia Forte LX worth
$16,700 by playing GO BIG OR GO HOME. She starts at the GO BIG
space. She will roll a die and move the spaces around the board.
She can earn cash/prizes while trying to avoid the GO HOME spaces.
Every time she lands on a prize/cash it turns into a GO HOME
space. If she can navigate around the board and land on GO BIG she
will win the Kia and any cash/prizes along the way. Her first roll
is a 3 and it's a $500 Target GC. She keeps going and rolls a 6
which is $500. She has cash and prizes worth $1,000. She rolls a 6
and it's $1,000. She has $2,000 in cash and prizes. She rolls on
and it's 2. She passes on GO BIG and hits $250. She has $2,250 in
cash and prizes and stops.
Cave couple Rauley/Marissa gets a man tote/murse with something
inside it. Rauley can take the small box or the tote. He passes on
the small box which is a solar powered scooter with inline
skates/skateboards/helmets worth $2,825. Inside the murse is a
$100 retailmenot.com GC. With the Jack Spade Bag it's worth $525!
And guess what...EVERYONE IN THE AUDIENCE gets a $100 gift card!
Marissa gets a purse with something inside or she can take the
LMAD Envelope. She takes the envelope and passes on the Valentino
Satchel and $2,400 in cash! It was worth $3,045! She wins dance
lessons from the LA Dance Central with dinner worth $1,600! They
have $2,125 in prizes. Will they keep their prizes or take Curtain
2? They go for the curtain and win a trip to Bali for 7N worth
Chef Cynthia has Curtain 1 and gets a clue in French about it from
Wayne and Jonathan Translates. It's a place to relax in the great
outdoors with a lot of sand. Will she take the curtain or $1,000?
She takes the cash and passes on A GIANT BEACH CHAIR(ZONK)!
Linnae the referee and Randi the Construction worker are going to
Head to Head for a car. We have two curtains 2 and 3. They both
have cars...but they could be good, bad or a mix. Randi picks 2
and Linnae has 3. Wayne will offer money to sell the curtain back
to him. Whoever sells first gets the cash and the other is stuck
with their curtain. Linnae sells for $4,000 and passes on a RUSTY
MODEL T(ZONK). Randi wins a 2014 Chevy Spark Hatchback worth
Last deal involves Jacqueline the girl in flowers and Michael the
Pac-Man Ghost are having a dance off. Winner gets $1,000. Loser
gets $100. Audience votes Jacqueline the winner. Michael gets
$100. Jacqueline can keep the $1,000 or take Curtain 1. She takes
the money and passes on a new game room including a pool table
with accessories, combination foosball/coffee table and pub
style table set worth $5,574!
Who trades for a shot at $24,285? It's Raymond with his
bedroom/cash! He picks 2. 3 was his/her ski gear worth $3,068!
Door 1 was the Big Deal it was a 2014 Jeep Wrangler Sport worth
$24,285! His door was a trip to the Turks and Caicos at the Sands
at Grace Bay for 6N worth $6,741!
Trust Me, I'm A Game Show Host
by Chico Alexander
Hosts: Michael Ian Black & DL Hughley
Tonight, it's Jason Adler, a
professional poker player from Greenwich, CT, now living in Las
$1000 - What the Spock? Michael says Dr. Robert Gilruth broadcast
William Shatner & Leonard Nimoy into space in 1969. DL says
Leonard directed "3 Men and a Baby". He decides to trust DL...
RIGHT for $1000!
$2000 - Ballers. Dick Clark
invented the ball drop on New Year's Eve (that's a lie). OR in the
1920 "bingo" was known in the US as "beano". Michael told that
baldfaced lie... and Jason believed him. Boo.
$3000 - Short Stacked. Does China
have a dwarf-themed park called "Kingdom of the Little People"?
Did Madame Tussaud's introduce a stripper-themed wax museum in
Vegas? He goes with Michael and the little people... BIG MONEY!
$4000 - Going Where Man Has Gone
Before. Michael has a two-person suit so astronauts have sex in
space, while DL has Kim Kardashian's famous behind insured for $30
million with Lloyd's of London. He goes with DL... Wrong. And no
$5000 - Tops & Robbers. Did Mayor
Edwin Curtis outlaw top hats in Boston in 1871? Or did London
reduced metro robberies by playing classical music? He goes with
DL and the classical music... RIGHT for $5000 more, $9000 total...
... which could be $29,000 after
the $20,000 BONUS ROUND. The category: HEATIN' IT UP. This is
about celebrity chefs.
- The first restaurant Gordon Ramsay owned closed within 2 months
of its grand opening
- Before her rise to fame, Rachael Ray acted in the sitcom "Heart
of the Matter"
- Italian chef Mario Batali has a college degree in Spanish
- Julia Child named her daughter Suzette after the dessert Crepe
- Bobby Flay was voted senior homecoming king at Xavier High
School in the Bronx
Lies are for sale for $1000, $2000,
and $3000. I think I know this one, and it's the one that's
jumping out at Jason right now. He buys a lie and eliminates...
Rachael Ray. He buys another and eliminates... Julia Child. With
$6000 left, he locks in Gordon Ramsay's two-month failure... ...
It WASN'T! It was Mario Batali's Spanish theater degree from
Rutgers University. Ramsay's first restaurant is still open to
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today: $58,349
Total for Week 12: $109,748
Total for the Season: $3,140,962
Bonus Win Percentage: 28/57
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 3/1
Mystery Round Prizes won: 6
Car Wins: 6
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 79/4
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 17/57/5
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 30/57/9
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 20/13
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 26/10
Gift Tags won: 15
Free Play Hit: 51
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 6/57
Best Week: Week 2- $335,134
$3M Passed - 11/29/13(36 shows + 19 shows)
Bankrupt Losses: $266,593
Day 2 of Wheel saluting the Military
The $1,000 Toss-Up is MOVIE TITLE. Jeremy Alexander solves SAVING
PRIVATE RYAN. He is USAF Major Alexander at Scott AFB in Missouri.
He is the supervisor of the 15th Weather Squadron and is married
with 2 kids. Ensign Tina Engleton is at US Naval Station San
Diego. She is the strike officer on the USS Lake Champlain. She is
married to a USAF Pilot. SSGT Shawn Huntsberger at Camp Pendleton.
He is an ordinance and explosive disposal technican in the USMC.
He is married with a 17mo old son Blake!
The $2,000 Toss-Up is PROPER NAME. Shawn misses and Tina has
$2,000 with PITTSBURGH STEELERS. We add this to the wheel and it's
a $5,000 Creditcards.com Shopping Spree. Tina starts BEFORE &
AFTER. She hits the MDW with an S but loses it in the Next Spin On
Bankrupt. Shawn solves TENNIS COURT-MARTIAL for $4,050!
He also starts the Eggland's Best Mystery Round which is SONG
LYRICS. He risks $1,000 for $10K and gets it! He picks up $2,000
worth of R's for the WC. He picks the 1/2 Car(FORD FIESTA) for
$2,000 worth of R's. He dominates and solves FIRST TO FIGHT FOR
RIGHT AND FREEDOM for a total of $17,150, the WC and the 1/2 Car.
He has $21,200 in cash!
(J-Note: Here are the lyrics from the Marine Corps Hymn from
which this puzzle comes from:
From the Halls of Montezuma
To the shores of Tripoli;
We fight our country's battles
In the air, on land, and sea;
First to fight for right and freedom
And to keep our honor clean;
We are proud to claim the title
Of United States Marine.
Jeremy starts the Prize Puzzle/Express round which is WHAT ARE YOU
DOING? He dominates and quickly solves SLICING A JUICY PINEAPPLE
for $2,550 and a trip to Hawaii at the Napili Kai Beach Resort in
Maui with hotwire.com travel along with the SONY Alpha NEX-5R
Camera worth $6,999! He has $10,549 in cash and prizes!
The $3,000 Toss-Up is EVENT. Jeremy has $13,549 with RISING TIDE.
He starts THING. He Bankrupts. Tina misses. Shaun misses. Jeremy
misses. Tina misses. Shaun hits 2 $5,000 F's, uses the WC, hits 2
$5,000 C's and solves VOTE OF CONFIDENCE for $20,100! He has
$41,300 in cash and we have time for...
....OCCUPATION. Tina starts and leads us into a FINAL SPIN worth
$1,500 a letter. Shaun solves FISH & GAME WARDEN with the SH on
the board. He wins $1,500 and wins with $42,800 in cash! Jeremy
leaves with $13,549 in cash and prizes. Tina leaves with $2,000!
The Pre-Bonus Round total is $58,349!
Jeremy lands on the 1st A in AMERICA'S. His category is PHRASE.
With the RSTLNE and his choices of C H D A
T H E /_ H _ L E
_ _ _ N T
He couldn't get THE WHOLE POINT and leaves $30,000 on the table.
He leaves with more than that...$42,800 in cash!
5K EVERYDAY SPIN ID(10K w/SONY CARD): GD5886535
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Double Money Week
by Don Harpwood
Syn: check local listings
Host: Cedric, the Entertainer
Corey Lerner (New York, NY)
He found out about auditions for this show while drunk in the back
of a taxi cab.
Double Money: Q5
He asks the audience on the 2nd question, but instead of trusting
the vote (which would have led him astray in this case), he then
jumps it, leaping over $1,000. He also jumps the 4th, which had
$7,000. He then nails the 5th, giving him $3,000 doubled to
$6,000. He soon sees this with $21,100...
[Q7 - Professional Conduct]
While doctors today are still guided by its general principles,
the original Hippocratic Oath specifically forbade physicians from
A: Removing bladder stones
B: Seeing their patients nude
C: Removing tonsils
D: Accepting payment
Corey says his dad is a physician. He thinks that the Hippocratic
Oath is a moral code; he goes with D... but it's A! Ouch. With
that, he leaves with $1,000.
Josh Levin (Somerville, MA)
He's very excited.
Double Money: Q5
He jumps the 3rd question, which had $2,000. He then gets the 5th,
which had $5,000 doubled to $10,000! He has a total of $29,100
after 6 when the horn goes off; Josh will return tomorrow!
Oh, and each member of the audience gets a copy of the Disney film
"Planes" (in which Cedric voices a biplane)!