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by Pierre Jason Kelly
GSN: 9p/8c & 9:30p/8:30c
Host: Ben Gleib
Drew & Charley
Jake & Natalia
ROUND 1: First, Drew & Charley are
asked, "Which of the four guys isn't wearing a suit?" They touch
the guy wearing a tuxedo shirt for $100. Jake & Natalia: touch the
top hat. They touch the toppest of the top for $140. Both follow
up by... being idiots.
ROUND 2: Charley: touch the number
of characters below that were created by Walt Disney. Four
princesses... but NONE of them were created by Disney (all were
adaptations) for $250 more, $350 total. Jake: what number word is
"dashing" in "Jingle Bells"? "This isn't fair, I'm Jewish!" So is
Ben. Your point! He touches 16th... but it was the first. Drew:
This is a haystack, touch the needle... under the word "needle"
for $325, $675 total. Natalia: who has the most balls in the air?
She goes with the seal... good for $350, $490 total.
HEAD TO HEAD: Charley & Jake for
$1000: press the legal button. Both miss the yellow one. Drew vs.
Natalia for $2500: how much wood did that woodchuck Chuck chuck
when that woodchuck chucked his wood? Nobody touched 6, the number
of wood chucks that Charles chucked. So no change in score, but
Drew & Charley win , $675 to $490!
SMART MONEY: Drew is up first.
Given the email
firstname.lastname@example.org and the partial password VA.CA.MO.??,
complete the password. He touches FL. Charley touches "Log in".
Why? Think about it, of the choices given, FL is the only state.
So that's another $1000, $1675 total!
In the nightcap, Lanett & Supriti
(friends) play against Andrew & Nathan (friends). Lanett beats
Andrew in the head-to-head... and Supriti beats out Nathan in the
last one to win, $3185 to $2700. In the Smart Money round, they get this:
which dish is on the house? Both quickly touch the satellite
dish... and that's $10,000!
by Chico Alexander
Comedy Central: 12:01a/11:01p
Host: Chris Hardwick
While you were busy getting
bridesmaids to look half as butt-ugly as you during your special
day... by channeling the Spice Girls walking into a porta-potty,
we were Rapidly Refreshing the last 24 hours worth of Internet
stuff... Tonight's #HashtagWars: #MillennialMonsters. Bobby & Doug
are tied with 800. Ari has 600.
For our next trick, we have Amazon
Book Fair: Halloween Edition and Bizarre Brassiere (self
explanatory). Tonight's Live Challenge: Spooky Cookie. A new
found-footage Christian horror movie features a demon that comes
out of... porn. Give us a choice line from this film. Ari gets the
1000 when he says, "And I would've come too, if it wasn't for you
We're speeding it up with a round
of Bad Halloween Pranks. We play a bad one on Bobby, being behind
FTW: Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong.
Which is actually the fourth movie in the Evil Bong series! Pitch
this film! I'll be surprised if Doug doesn't pull this out. The
winner... "From the burnt out mind of Doug Benson comes an epic
tale of horse****." The only way to beat Doug was to become him.
And that's what ARI does!
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
Maydelle & Courtney
friends who met at a theater
Michelle & Paul
married couple from Toronto
Round 1: Maydelle & Courtney start
with "Commercial Cuties" (famous folks who appeared in commercials
when they were kids), getting two for $200. Michelle & Paul
counter with "Yo Quiero Taco Bell" (famous Chihuahua owners),
getting four for $400.
ROUND 2: Michelle gives on "Movers
& Shakers" (famous last names that sound like actions), getting
two for $400, $800 total. Maydelle gives on "Oh, the Places You'll
Go!" (folks who have given a commencement speech), getting five
for $1000, $1200 total.
Craig gives on "Will I Ever
Have My Own Room?" (famous folks who come from large
families). Paul & Michelle ALMOST sweep the final round, but still
pull it out to win $3700 to $1900.
In the $20,000 bonus, Michelle gets six... and Paul gets the rest
to win $20,000!
In the nightcap (featuring Jerry
Springer & Steve Wilkos), servers Jonelle & Selena fall to married
couple Jeni & Sean, $3100 to $1300, but fall three short in the
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 5p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
Returning champions the Gardner family
just got some good luck at the end and hope it continues as they
play against the Legette family.
Kathy, Kristi, Jeffrey
Shantavia, Loretha, Lonnitha, Xavier,
SINGLE: something done to you as a
baby, that you'd hate to be done to you now.
1. Diapered/Wiped 42
5. Spanked 6
2. Fed/From Mom's nip12 6. Circumcised 4
3. Tickled/Raspberry 9 7. Bathed 4
4. Cheeks squeezed 8 8. Take temp up butt
SINGLE: at a game, something you wouldn't want to get caught doing
on the Jumbotron.
1. Pick/Blow'g nose 46
5. Sleeping 5
2. Score home run/sex10 6. Scratch'g/my butkus 5
3. Eating 8
4. Kiss'g/Bud's date 6
DOUBLE: something that makes a man feel free.
1. Divorce/Single 26
5. Boxers 6
2. Going commando/naked15 6. Motorcycle 5
3. Money 10
7. Fresh air/Nature 5
4. Car/Driving fast 9
TRIPLE: something a woman does with a picture of the ex who dumped
1. Tears/Shreds it 43
2. Burns it 33
3. Throws darts at it 15
4. Throws it away 4
The Legettes did much of the work, but the Gardners took the steal
on the first three surveys. The last survey had the Legettes try
to get #3 on a steal, but drawing on the picture wasn't the last
answer, giving the Gardners another win.
Kristi & Lorie will play Fast Money again. Kristi had to think
hard on the last answer, but still got some points to get 84.
Lorie started slow thinking principals need to spell well after
teacher was taken, and crashed on the last answer thinking you can
play football your entire life. The women need to watch sports
more, as they now have a two-day total of $20,630.
Fast Money #1 answers
- An occupation in which people need to be able spell well:
- At what age do you think you'll be able to retire?: Age 65
- The month you start planning your summer vacation: April
- Something that's always tasty, no matter the time of day: Ice
- A sport you can play your entire life: Golf
In the nightcap, returning
champions the Reed family have the opportunity to win a Ford
Fusion Hybrid, if they can win their game against the Willis
When Steve Harvey says "It only takes one answer", he meant it.
The Reeds were one answer away from a new car on the last survey,
but couldn't come up with the #3 answer, but the Willis' answer
was that remaining food on the steal and won their game.
Scott & Holli will now play Fast Money. Scott had a few good
answers and some with low scoring, getting him 66. Holli thought
football is good for short people after soccer was taken and the
recovery on the last answer was not enough, but gave them a total
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
Will the unstoppable force named Bill
meet an immovable object named one-of-these-two?
professor of English
delivery driver manager
Bill starts with $200 Anti-Social
Science, where Jenica finds the Daily Double under $1000. She
fronts it all on this: in 1939, Edwin Sutherland put these 2 words
before "crime" to describe bad things done by high-status people.
"What is white collar?" FOR THE DOUBLER, $4000! She ends up with
$5400 to Bill's $4200. Michael has $1800 and the first pick in
... with $400 A Fateful "Trip".
Jenica finds the first Daily Double under $1600 That Started From
This Tropic Port. She bets $3000 on this: Grand Turk Port is in
these islands where conch is a national symbol. "What are
the Turks & Carcinos?" Caicos, Jenica... Caicos. She drops to
$4800. Michael finds the other under $1200 Just Sit Right Back. He
bets $3000 on this: the Montigolfier is a Louis XVI chair created
by Georges Jacob with a back shaped like one of these. "What is a
scythe?" No, it was a balloon, leaving him with $5200, where he
ends the round to Jenica's $9600. Bill has $10,600.
FINAL JEOPARDY! on "The
Bible": the first conversation recounted in the Bible is
in Genesis 3 between these 2; it leads to trouble.
Correct response: who are Eve & the serpent?
Jenica and Bill are the only ones
to respond correctly... and as a result, they're both coming back,
Jenica with $19,200, and Bill with $38,750.
Let's Ask America
by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings
Host: Bill Bellamy
Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Jason - $8,004
Lucas/Jennifer - $7,199(traded from $7,299)
Jhunehl - $6,085
Rada - $5,084
Farra - $4,579
Devin - $1,135
Cecelia - $500
Onita - $100 + HIC!
Chelsea - SOLID!
Quickie Deals - $100
Big Deal Choice 1 - 5
Big Deal Choice 2 - 7
Big Deal Choice 3 - 10
Big Deal Location 1 - 7
Big Deal Location 2 - 8
Big Deal Location 3 - 8
Big Deal Wins- 4/22
Car Wins - 10
Total for Week 4 - $50,900
Total for the season: $740,005
Tuesday's Trading starts off with
three people and they are Chelsea the Flower Child, Onita the
Nurse, and Devin the Ninja Turtle. They each own the LMAD Mini
Vault(1/3 of it). Will Chelsea take Curtain 1 or her 1/3 of the
Vault? She takes the curtain and wins a BRICK LIVING ROOM! (ZONK).
Will Onita keep her 1/2 of the vault or take the Big Box? She
takes the box and wins a WINE BARREL CAR(ZONK)! She gets $100 for
her son who gave her the bad advice. Will Devin take the vault or
the LMAD Envelope? He wins a Luxury Spa Day at the Four Seasons
Hotel in Westlake Village worth $1,135 in the envelope! The vault
had $9,000 in it! Everyone had $3,000 in cash!
Jason the Data Geek and Rada the Flapper get $1,000 each. They are
making deals for each other. If Rada buys the blue box for $500,
Jason has to buy it as well. They buy and both win a Samsung 13"
Laptop along with Windows Phone worth $2,399! Now, will Jason(and
Rada by proxy) buy the Green box? They do and add his/her designer
watches from Gucci worth $2,685! They both have $5,084 in prizes!
Who keeps and who trades for Curtain 2? Jason trades and Rada
Keeps. Jason wins a trip to St. Lucia for 6N at the St. James's
Club Morgan Bay worth $8,004!
Lucas/Jennifer(the house painters) are playing THREE CARD TIFFANY.
Two have Tiffany and one has $500. If they get Tiffany, they will
win a Yves St. Laurent Clutch and Leica Camera worth $2,049! They
match Tiffany. Next is FOUR CARD JONATHAN. Two have cash and two
have JONATHAN. Jonathan will get them a new game room including a
pool table and 50" UHDTV worth $5,250! They match Jonathan! They
have $7,299 in prizes. We now have FIVE CARD WAYNE. One has $500,
one has $2,000 and two have zonks. If they match Wayne, they will
win a 2014 Chevy Cruze LS Sedan worth $18,345! To play for the
car, they have to give back all their prizes for a shot at it.
They keep their prizes! They disagreed on cards and that was a
very good call, because both the cards they had in mind had $500
and a zonk!
Jhunehl(Jenelle) the shower lady has Curtain 1 and Jonathan has
Curtain 2 and we have a song battle. After the battle, she picks
1. 2 was a TON OF TVS(ZONK)! Her curtain was a trip to Las Vegas
for 5N at Mandalay Bay from Vegas.com and $2,000 in cash! It's
Farra the Leprechaun can win a lot of cash and prizes playing
STRIKE A MATCH. We have 24 spots and 8 of them have zonks. The
other 16 are 8 matches of cash and prizes. Farra will match as
many prizes and cash as she can while trying to not match a zonk.
If she does, the game is over. She gets 5 seconds to look at the
board and her first pick is 17. The LMAD envelope is there. 23 is
the first zonk. Wayne offers $1,000 not to play. 14 is Curtain 3.
20 is the match to it. 3 is his/her ski gear worth $3,579! She
goes on and picks 9 which is $1,500. 7 is $500. 10 is $1,000. 12
is $1,000. She has $4,579 and STOPS.
Last deal involves Cecelia the well dressed lady. She has 3
checks. 1 is $150. Will she take the next two checks or the Big
Box? She takes the money and passes on a trip to Australia for 7N
at the Breakers Absolute Beachfront Apartments worth $11,580! 2
adds $250. She has $400 and adds $50. She leaves with $450 and
Wayne adds $50 more to make it $500.
Who trades for a shot at $24,883? It's Lucas/Jennifer with all
their prizes! They pick 1. 3 was an outdoor patio worth $1,980. 1
was a new Sea-doo Spark worth $7,199. 3 was the Big Deal and it
was a new Kia Soul along with EVERYTHING IN THE BIG DEAL including
the patio and the Sea-Doo! It was worth $24,883!
Today's Quickie Deals included an appearance from Brendon and
Rachel from The Amazing Race and Big Brother! They helped a dealer
get $100 by doing 20 high fives in 10 seconds!
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith, Rachel Reynolds & George
Record today: 3-1-2
Record this week: 6-3-3
Record this season: 72-78-12
Total today*: $73,469
Total this week*: $128,112
Total this season*: $2,015,742
Perfect bids: 12/162
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/2
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 0/2
Best week: Week 4 (Dream Car Week): $439,072
$2M Passed: 10/28/14
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes and rounded to the nearest
We're heading into the halfway mark
early this week with Kerry Maloney, William O'Brien, Erwin
Paminiano, Taylor Meder, and a pair of surfboards. The $2110
surfboards go to William, who can use those in Maui (6n @ Hyatt
Regency Maui Resort & Spa) in Flip Flop. The price is not $6815.
He flips to $8615... and that's a good move!
Kerry gets a $629 Surface with cover. But that's only scratching
the Surface... How about $100,000? It's time to Pay the Rent! In
the mail, Gerber baby food... $1.29. On the first floor,
Shake'n'Bake for.. $4.49. Downy dryer sheets... $6.99. Ouch.
Total: $11.48. I think we're done here... So does Kerry for $5000.
Act mouthwash ($4.99) & Near East couscous ($2.99)... $7.98.
Capzasin cream was $8.49. So a good arrangement could have been...
2F: Dryer sheets/Baby food
And I helped.
Erwin wins a $735 pair of pairs of sunglasses. He'll have it made
in the shade if he wins a Chevy Sonic in Dice Game. First number:
1. He rolls a 2 (higher), 4 (lower), 4 (exacta), and 3 (higher).
Let's see if playing chalk pays off. The price: $16,245!
Kerry gets paid too, $1000 on the Big Wheel. Meanwhile, April
Pappas gets a $1210 set of lawn tools. Next are a $1110 pack of
Kate Spade accessories, a $2685 all-in-one PC, and a $3095 pool
table. Here's YOUR station: find out which of these prices is
wrong. She goes with the computer... $2000!
Mary Powell is quite contrary with a $643 set of jewelry for $1.
She gets another dollar, because it's time for a pair of ATVs in
Balance Game. The bags: $98, $2000, $4000, and $6000. She goes
with $6098. The price... $8098. Way too light.
Taylor has one last chance and the final bid on a sat-nav radio.
The price: $1969. The winner... Amanda Margolis. Now to put it on
an HDTV... or perhaps in a Dodge Avenger in Any Number. The board
looks like this after seven...
She's taking a risk with 0... and wins $830 worth of TV. The car
Mary takes on Kerry in the rhyming Showcase. First up, sing a
little dough-ray-mi with a place known for making dough (5n @ Las
Vegas), catching rays (6n @ Santorini, Greece), and singing "mi,
mi, mi" (Ford Fiesta). Top winner Kerry passes to Mary, and Mary
bids $23,500. Kerry gets a trio of riddles leading up to a
treadmill, a gas range with refrigerator/freezer, and a power
boat. Kerry bids $25,000. Actual price: $36,611, a difference of
$11,611. Actual price of Mary's Showcase... $28,278 to win with a
difference of $4778! Mary Mary, why you buggin'? You just won
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today: $27,200
Total for Week 6: $117,890
Total for the Season: $2,370,520
Bonus Win Percentage: 12/27
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 3/0
Mystery Round Prizes won: 1
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 44/1
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/1
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 9/27/5
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 18/27/9
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 5/3
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 15/10
$2,500 Space Hit - 8
$3,500 Space Hit - 18
$5,000 Space Hit -
Bankrupt Space Hit - 89
Gift Tags won: 9
Free Play Hit: 30
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 0/27
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $1,200,274
Bankrupt Losses: $252,070
$2M Passed: 10/13/14(3 + 18 shows)
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
ABC: 2p/1C; also check local listings
Host: Terry Crews
Peter Sanzone (Glendale, NY)
He routinely warms up with vocal exercises.
(+1): His best friend, Michael
He wants to hear from the audience on the 2nd question, and he
earns $1,000 from it. The 4th, which had $5,000, is jumped. With
some help from the Plus One, he gets $3,000 from the 6th! He is at
$51,000 when he sees this...
Former First Lady Abigail Adams might have given which of the
following commands if she was directly addressing her husband's
A: Heel, Lucifer!
B: Come, Devil!
C: Speak, Demon!
D: Sit, Satan!
Peter eventually says that D is jumping out, though he adds that
that could just be the result of its alliteration. He then decides
to walk with $25,500! As it turns out, the answer is D!
To finish the episode, Morgan Shapiro and David Antwork are chosen
to play Team Millionaire...
What clothing staple is known as "Y-fronts" in the UK, where they
were first introduced to the buying public in 1938?
A: Men's briefs
B: Polo shirts
C: Argyle socks
D: Women's slacks
They both lock in B... but they're wrong. They then decide to try
A... and they're right for $500 each!