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Back to the Man
by Chico Alexander
Crackle: streaming Wednesdays
Host: Dan Patrick with Kelly Miyahara
Another action-packed season of the
grand marriage between the power of Jeopardy! and the power of
sports, with a side of snark as always, begins with Terry
real estate attorney
Farmington Hills, MI
student of computer science
San Pablo, CA
JEOPARDY! ROUND: The Movie's Sport,
Dunk Dynasty, Uniform-ity, A Man and His Horse, Rhymes, Ancient
Terry kicks off with 1000 The Movie's Sport. At the TV timeout,
the champ leads with 3000 to 1250 for Raquel. Brad is not far
behind on 1000.
Last category in play is Dunk Dynasty. The Daily Double... all
Terry's under 750. He goes for 3000 on this: in her debut in 2013,
this Baylor alum became the first woman to dunk twice in a WNBA
game. "Who is Brittney Griner?" GOOD for 8000! He ends up with
that much to 3750 for Brad. At the half, Raquel is behind with
3000... but it's close, she can make a game of it as she begins...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Exhibitionism, Walter Payton Award Winners, Mix
It Up, All in the Olympic Family, The Recruit, Let the River Run.
... with 1000 All in the Olympic Family, finding the first Daily
Double under 1000 Exhibitionism. Out of the lead by 2500, she
fronts 2000 on this: after he broke his leg in 2014 in an
exhibition game, the NBA made more "escape lanes" behind the
stanchion. "Who is James?" No, it was Paul George, leaving her
with 4500. Brad finds the other under 1000 The Recruit. He makes
it 3750 on this: a handwritten note from Bill Bowerman saying he'd
make this man "into the best distance runner ever" led him to
Oregon. "Who is Ashton Eaton?" No, it was Steve Prefontaine. He's
back to 5000. He ends with that much, tied with Raquel. With
18,000, it's Terry's ballgame to lose.
FINAL SPORTS JEOPARDY! in "College Basketball Records": the NCAA's
all-time rebounder since the division into 3 divisions, he played
for a school in Kentucky & went west in the 2011 Draft. Correct
response: who is Kenneth Faried?
Kenneth played his college ball at Morehead State and he was
picked up by Denver with the 22nd pick.
Terry didn't have to wager a thing. He didn't. He pockets another
five large, taking him to $10,000 for two.
@midnight with Chris Hardwick
by Chico Alexander
Comedy Central: 11:30p/10:30C
Host: Chris Hardwick
While you were cringing at your
prospective date's Tinder "anthem", we were enduring another round
of "Trump Presents @midnight".... helped by the new In-N-Out that
opened in England and by the cast of Fox's new hit sitcom "Son of
Zorn". Tonight's #HashtagWars: #HowIWillFixEverything... wait, our
sponsor is changing the hashtag to #FishTV... it's almost over,
folks. Johnny leads, 900 to 600 for the ladies.
In act 2, The Price Is Alt-Right... for the alt-right in
Speeding it up with "Zorn Hub" (things in your stepdad's search
history). The Zorn cast stays pat.
FTW: Sarah Palin on Match Game from Monday. Give us a Jeopardy!
clue where the response would be "Who is Sarah Palin?" The winner:
the Eskimos have over 400 words for this thing's (*whistles*).
That gives the win to Artemis!
Tomorrow's funny makes for the game on Thursday. Continue the game
Celebrity Name Game
by Chico Alexander
Syn: check listings
Host: Craig Ferguson
Total today: $20,000
Total this week: $43,200
Total this season: $43,200
Bonus this week: 2/3
Bonus this season: 2/3
Krystal & Talya
Matt & Tim
It's the rivalry you wanted settled
some 15, 20 years ago!
First letters: M and I. Krystal & Talya pick the M and get only
Mindy Kaling for $100. Matt & Tim are left with the I, getting
IMAX, Instagram, IQ, and Ice Age for $400.
Time to switch with E-A-R and L-I-P. Matt gives on E-A-R, getting
earth, early bird, earring, earthquake, and Pearl Jam for $1000,
$1400 total. Krystal gives on L-I-P, getting Lip Sync Battle,
Philippines, Ryan Philippe, and Flipper for $800, $900 total.
But that's a close game going into the third round of Broadway.
Matt & Tim continue the dominance to win, $3200 to $1900.
Matt leads off the Bonus with tooth fairy, Janet Jackson, Civil
War, Anderson Cooper, Google Maps, Kate Hudson, and Axe. Tim
follows up with Marriott, Chili's, and water park for the win!
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 3p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
The Aslamy family get another chance
to play after a dispute in their last game. They face the
defending Lewis family
Azam, Omar, Tamim, Nilo, Saied
Carlene, Anitra, Shayne, Keifer,
Fort Lauderdale, FL
SINGLE: fill in the blank. At home,
a husband might say to his wife, "Honey, let's ________ in the
1. Swim 24
5. Bathe/Shower 9
2. Sleep 23
6. Watch TV/O'Reilly 6
3. Dance/Tap dance 12 7. Cook/BBQ 6
4. Eat 10
SINGLE: an animal some people look like when they pucker up for a
1. Fish/Shark 33
5. Anteater 2
2. Monkey/Ape 32
6. Camel 2
3. Dog 19
7. Bird/Penguin 2
4. Pig 3
DOUBLE: something that you don't care if it's fake, as long as it
1. Jewelry/Diamond 22
5. Flower/Tree 9
2. Hair/Color 18
6. Nails 7
3. Jugs/Silicone sistas12
4. Clothes/Fur 11
TRIPLE: something you only have one of so you should take care of
1. Body/Life 85
2. Family/Mom 7
3. Home 3
4. Car 2
Siblings Nilo and Omar play Fast Money. Nilo can only muster 44.
Omar gets two number ones, but ends up with $700
Fast Money #1 answers
- 100 men: 1-10, how good a loser are you?: 5
- A fruit that goes well with salad: Orange
- A part of a woman's body that men prefer to be small:
- Fill in the blank. End of the ________.: World
- An animal you might buy from a pet shop: Dog (Omar)
In the nightcap, the Fitzpatricks
defend their $20,000 against the Holmes. After both families sweep
a board each...
TRIPLE: something that follows the
1. Mile high 38
2. Milestone 24
3. Mile long 18
4. Mile-a-minute 9
The Holmes win. David & Quincy play Fast Money to the tune of
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah
Seth Wilson is on a bit of a tear.
Let's see if it continues in the midweek match against...
writer & editor
retired federal employee
JEOPARDY! ROUND: '80s Pop Lyrics in
Latin, Science, Stupid Answers, Stories of the War, "Poly" Want, A
Seth begins with $200 '80s Pop Lyrics in Latin, finding the Daily
Double just short of break point with $3200. It's $800 Stories of
the War. He bets $2000 on this: "Perilous Fight" & "While
Washington Burned". "What is the War of 1812?" RIGHT for $5200! He
ends up with $5000 to $3600 for Sharren. Sala has $2800, but
she'll pick first and set the pace in ...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Get Richard Quick, Capital Rivers, 2016 Minutes
of Fame, Forbidding Words, Recent Bestselling Books, Relative Pop
... with $400 Relative Pop Culture. Seth finds the first Daily
Double under $1600 Forbidden Words. He goes for $3000 on this:
this 1807 act placed restrictions on imports to the US from Great
Britain. "What is the Intolerable Act?" No, it was the twisted
Ograbme, the Embargo Act. He drops to $10,400. Sala gets the other
under $1200 Capital Rivers. She bets $2000 on this: one of the 2
capitals on the Congo River, they sit on opposite sides of it.
"What is Nairobi?" No, you could have said either Kinshasa, Zaire
or Brazzaville. She's left with $8800. By round's end, she would
have $10,800 to Seth's $12,800. Sharren's $10,400 makes a tight
match even tighter.
Seth took the test. Now it's your turn. Go to Jeopardy.com to
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "College Disciplines": embracing the future &
new technology in 1962, Purdue established the 1st college
department in the US for this 2-word discipline. Correct response:
what is computer science?
Seth is the only one to compute the correct response to win
another $22,800, giving him a three-day take of $83,800!
Let's Make a Deal
Mega Deal Week
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Sade - $24,962(traded from $6,608)
Margarita - $5,102
Andrew - $4,340
Matthew - $3,500
Christy - $1,000
Andrew - $100 + PREHISTORIC.
Joelle - $0
Justina/Joshua - $0
Tiffany - THAT SUCKS.
Aired Quickie Deals - $100
Big Deal Choice 1 - 1
Big Deal Choice 2 -
Big Deal Choice 3 - 2
Big Deal Location 1 - 1
Big Deal Location 2 - 1
Big Deal Location 3 - 1
Big Deal Wins- 1/3
Car Wins -
Total for Week 1 - $93,001
Total for the Season: $93,001
Day 3 of Mega Deal Week starts off
with the Tiffany "the color red". She owns the small box, Curtain
2, and the Big Box. But, she must give away two things. Tiffany
gives away Curtain 2 to Christy the Birthday Girl. She can keep
the curtain or take $500....$800...$1,000. She takes $1,000 and
passes on a trip to Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL at Casa Cool Beans worth
$7,750! Tiffany now gives away the small box to Matthew the
Baseball player. He passes on $500 for the box and wins a $1,000
GC to Saks Fifth Avenue with photoshoot worth $3,500! Tiffany can
take the Big Box or $1,000! She takes the box and wins a
Next up is Margarita the Fisherwoman. She is playing for a Hyundai
Accent SE worth $16,850 by playing GO BIG OR GO HOME. We have a
game board with cash, prizes and GO HOME SPACES. Margarita will
navigate the board via single die roll. Every time she lands on a
prize or cash, that space turns into a GO HOME space. If Margarita
can land on GO BIG(where she starts from) without landing on GO
HOME, she will win the Hyundai and any cash or prizes she lands on
along the way. Her first roll is a 6 and its the small box! She
wins a diamond jewelry collection from Shana Gulati worth $2,102!
She goes on and has to avoid a 2. She rolls a 4 and adds $1,000.
She has $3,102 and needs to avoid a 4. 6 will give her the car!
She rolls a 5 and adds another $1,000. She has $4,102 in cash and
prizes. Her next roll is a 5 and adds another $1,000! She leaves
with $5,102 in cash and prizes!
We need a lady with a purse and it is Joelle the Peanut Butter
Sandwich. Wayne will ask for three items from it. If she has it,
she will get $500 per item. We need a guy to guess if she does or
doesn't. Andrew the "Mad Nurse" will get $500 for right guess.
Andrew says that she is NOT carrying SUGAR. She says she is NOT,
which is bad for her but good for Andrew. He gets $500. Next is
PEN/PENCIL. Andrew says YES, but she does NOT. Last is TISSUE. He
says YES and she says NO. Joelle is GONE. Andrew buys Curtain 2
for his $500 and wins a new Yamaha V-Star Motorcycle worth $4,340!
Sade the Duck has Curtain 3 and is playing CUSTOMER SERVICE
HOTLINE. She will get two calls from the following three hotlines:
PATTY, JEWELER and NUTRITIONIST. Sade is trying to get a clue to
the prize behind the curtain. She calls NUTRITIONIST first and
gets a clue that it will get her in the zone of fitness. It will
get her fit. She then calls PATTY and there was NO CLUE. She takes
the Big Box over the curtain and passes on a good prize to make
you fit - $500 in Thirty Fifteen activewear and a treadmill worth
$3,499! Sade is going to the Pelican Grand Beach Resort in Fort
Lauderdale along with a set of Heys Luggage worth $6,608!
Justina and Joshua(crazy cat lady and cat) are playing for a Ford
Fiesta S worth $16,060. They are playing THREE OF A KIND. We have
two sets of three cards - three queens and three 4s. If Justina
and Joshua can pick a complete set, they win the car. They pick 6,
4 and 1. 1 and 6 are 4s. Wayne offers a sure thing of a new 13"
Samsung laptop worth $1,800. They go for the car. 2 and 3 are
Queens. Tiffany adds a Trader Boys Home Office with a 2nd 19" all
in one desktop computer! The deal is now worth $5,034 including
the laptop, the office and the 2nd computer! They go for the car
and...LOSE. 5 was the other 4.
Last deal involves Andrew the Mailman. He gets the LMAD Fortune
Cookie with a good or bad fortune in it. Will he keep the cookie
or take Curtain 1? He takes Curtain 1 and passes on the cookie
which says: THERE ARE BIG CHANGES AHEAD FOR YOU AND THEY START
NOW. $4,000 in cash was in the cookie! Andrew wins a CAVEMAN
LIVING ROOM(ZONK)! He gets $100 for a drama scene he performed!
Who gets a shot at $24,962 and a potential 1 in 5 shot at the Mega
Deal! It's Sade the duck with her trip to Florida!
Before she picks her door, she sets her Mega Deal arrow on one of
the 5 discs remaining. If she wins the Big Deal and her disk says
WIN, she wins EVERYTHING on the show today! If you are watching
the show from left to right - Disk 1 and Disk 7 are out of play.
She sets the arrow on Disk 3.
She picks 3. 2 was a new dining room from In Mode Home, Cuisinart
Place Settings and a year of wine(3 bottles per month) from Wine
Awesomeness! That is worth $6,625! 1 was a new washer/dryer worth
$3,354! That means Sade is the first Big Deal winner of Season 8
and wins a new SPEEDBOAT! It's a $24,962 Scarab 165 Speedboat!
Does she add EVERYTHING else with her Mega Deal pick....NO! She
was ONE disk away from adding all the prizes with Disk 4.
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander, Jason Block & Gordon Pepper
Host: Drew Carey with Gwendolyn Osborme-Smith, Rachel Reynolds &
Record today: reverse singleton
Record for week 1: 10-8
Record this season: 10-8
Total today*: $106,350
Total this week*: $271,239
Total this season*: $271,239
Perfect bids: 0/18
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/0
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 0/0
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded
Premiere Week soldiers on with Mary
Leticia Mata, Michael Houston, Ida Mhunduru, and Steven Tuma
bidding on a set of ultra HD action cameras. The $1000 cameras go
to Ida, who can take them to South Africa (6n @ Shamwari Game
Reserve) if she wins Pushover.
1 1 7 1 3 4 2 5 0
She goes full bore... and $11,713 is right!
Mary Leticia gets a $2050 all-in-one with 3D printer, but that's
nothing compared to a Fiat 500 Easy... a Mazda 3i Sport... and a
Dodge Journey! It's a TRIPLE PLAY! First, the Fiat: $13,629 or
$16,331. Remember, we're looking for the closest price without
going over. She picks the $16,331... YES ($18,740). Next, the
Mazda: $18,295, $19,859, and $21,115. She picks $19,859... YES!
($20,761) Finally, the Dodge: $21,981, $23,110, $24,750, and
$26,326. She picks $24,750.... NO. It was $22,384, so $21,981 has
Denise Repsher goes down and up thanks to a $590 set of small
electrics. Next up, meals for 6 months, a French-door
refrigerator, and maid service for a year in Cliffhangers. First,
a can opener. $25? No, it's $22 for three steps. Next, a steam
iron. Is it $44? No, it's $30, giving us a window of eight. The
hand vacuum... $40? No... but $42 is a win!
Mary Leticia gets the first spot on Showcase Row. Meanwhile,
Steven gets a $2695 elliptical with sauna. He'll take some
downtime in the Hamptons (5n @ White Fences Inn Water Mill) if he
places his Bonkers. The price is not $6435. High high low low? No.
High low high low? Yes. It was $7081.
Jerome Gooden takes the hot route to an $898 Bluetooth speaker
with iPod Touch. Does he have the touch to win a 2017 Toyota Yaris?
Time to Pass the Buck. He gets the full compliment of three. First
pick is #2... THE CAR!
Last chance for Michael has a set of Tory Burch accessories
attached. The price: $1305. The winner... Destiny Holt on the
one-time. Can she fulfill her destiny with a motorcycle and a
4KTV? The 1 Right Price: $3000. She picks the TV... $3000! She'll
add another $1000 from the Big Wheel.
First in the Showcase: a Samsung phone with VR headset, a tript to
Bora Bora (6n @ Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort), and a 2017
Kia Soul. Top winner Destiny bids $26,000. Mary Leticia takes a
walk down memory lane with Gucci his & hers watches and, in honor
of the first car ever given away on Golden Road, a 2017 Jaguar XE
25T Prestige! Holy mother... Mary Leticia bids $45,000. Actual
price of Destiny's Showcase... $29,430, a difference of $3430.
Actual price of Mary Leticia's Showcase... $46,323, and Destiny is
denied. Mary Leticia's game-winning difference of $1323 gives her
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Syn/YesTV: Friday 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for today: $50,500
Total for Week 2 - $117,541
Total for the Season: $416,844
Bonus Win Percentage: 3/8
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 2/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won: 1/0
Car Wins: 2
1/2 Car Wedges hit/lost/total wins: 10/3/2
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 3/8/1/1
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 6/8/4/2
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 4/2/2
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 4/2
$2,500 Space Hit - 1
$3,500 Space Hit - 8
$5,000 Space Hit - 2
Bankrupt Space Hit - 20
Lose A Turn Hit - 3
Vowels Missed: 11
Perfect Rounds: 4
Gift Tags hit/won: 5/1
Free Play Hit: 12
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 0/8
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $299,303
Bankrupt Losses: $47,650 + 1trip of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $89,700 + 1 trip of unknown value.
I : 1
Its Day 3 of "National Parks" week!
The $1,000 Tossup is THINGS. Guy Hernandez solves GEYSERS AND HOT
SPRINGS. He is an in home therapist from Berkeley, CA who loves
the outdoors. He is engaged. Lauren Reedus from Tuttle, OK is our
next contestant. Patricia Makmasho from Desert Hot Springs, CA is
married and is a baby whisperer.
The $2,000 Tossup is PERSON. Patricia misses and Guy has $3,000
with ART COLLECTOR. He starts our CROSSWORD PUZZLE with the clue
of IN THE GARDEN. All four words on the board are related to that
clue. He hits a $2,500 N but misses a vowel. Lauren misses.
Patricia picks up the $1,000 Sierra Trading Post GC with a $500 R.
She picks up the WC with 3 $500 M's and solves HUMMINGBIRDS MUMS
BEES SOIL for the WC and $3,850 in cash and prizes.
Lauren starts the Allegra Mystery round which is WHAT ARE YOU
DOING? She picks up the 1/2 Car with 3 $500 N's and a National
Parks trip with 2 $500 G's. She passes on the mystery round risk
with all her prizes and such. She misses. Patricia hits Lose a
Turn. Guy hits 2 $3,500 K's and solves HIKING ALONG ROCKY
SHORELINES for $10,800. He has $13,800 in cash!
Patricia starts the Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge which is PHRASE.
She hits 2 Free Play A's, she hits a $3,500 Y, uses the WC to get
$10,500 more with 3 $3,500 L's, dominates and solves YOU'LL NEVER
WANT TO LEAVE THE RESORT for $19,650. Let Pat finish sentence for
Patricia...YOU'LL NEVER WANT TO LEAVE THE RESORT in Mazatlan,
Mexico at the Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay worth $6,000! She has
$29,500 in cash and prizes!
The $3,000 Tossup is ON THE MAP. Guy misses and Patricia has
$32,500 with MOUNT RAINIER. She starts MOVIE TITLE and we go right
into a FINAL SPIN worth $1,600 a letter. Guy solves THE SECRET
LIFE OF PETS for $3,200 and leaves with an even $17,000 in cash.
Lauren leaves with the first gooseegg $1,000 of the year but it
was Patricia's night with $32,500 in cash and prizes including her
The pre-bonus round total is $50,500! Patricia lands on the **
wedge. Her category is PHRASE. With the RSTLNE and her choices of
H G D O we have:
_ N / T H E
_ _ _ _ G R O _ N D
She left her bonus puzzle solving skills IN THE BACKGROUND losing
$34,000 in bonus cash. But she is leaving with just about that
amount - $32,500 in cash and prizes!
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
Megan Cox (Bedford, IN)
She says she has 2 distinct personalities; when she's in China,
she has more of a Chinese personality, and at home, she's a
(+1): Her dad, Greg
Which of the following is neither a 16th century English song, nor
the name of Hitler's stormtroopers, nor the original name of a
Chicago baseball team?
B: Black Hats
D: White Stockings
Megan eliminates C as the song, thinks that the stormtroopers
would be B (though she isn't completely sure), then eliminates D
as the baseball team name. She goes with A... but it's B! That
means she goes home with nothing.
Tanay Kothari (San Francisco, CA)
He turns to the audience at $2,000 on the way to securing $5,000.
He then uses the 50:50 and calls on James at $7,000. Soon enough,
this pops up...
Including the ones in its title, which song's lyrics contain fewer
than 20 unique words?
A: You Are So Beautiful
B: Let It Be
D: My Heart Will Go On
Tanay eliminates B and D, but he can't remember A or C. He thinks
about it for some time, then guesses C... but it's A! As a result,
he leaves with $5,000.
In the nightcap, Zach Riddle
(Petersburg, IN), a student at Purdue University and the president
of his fraternity, is up first. He gets help from the 50:50 at
$10,000, then polls the audience at $20,000; there, he hopes that
40% are correct that Kellogg's is still 100% family owned over a
century after it was founded, but it's actually the 26% that said
Mars that are right! That sends him home with $5,000.
Next up is Dentis Fowlkes (Pasadena, CA); the audience helps him
secure $5,000, and he uses the 50:50 at $7,000. That is where the
show ends for today; Dentis returns tomorrow!