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by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
Not a spectacularly good match
yesterday, but it got Matt another day at Sony.
graduate student in history
educator & writer
orig. Wheaton, IL
Matt starts with $200 Anagrammed World. At the TV
timeout, Shayna leads with $2800 to $2400 for Matt. Pat has $2000.
Shayna finds the Daily Double under $600 Get Up &
Dance! She fronts $1500 on this: swing dances include the Lindy hop & this
frenetic one whose name means "a nervous person". "What is the jitterbug?" RIGHT
for $5500! She ends up with $6700 to $4600 for Matt. Pat on $3800 will get the
first pick in Double Jeopardy!...
...I with $400 It's Hyphenated, where Matt finds
the first Daily Double under $1200. He goes for three grand on this: it's a
synonym for Old English, spoken before about 1150. "What is Anglo-Saxon?" That
would be right, but "middle English" drops him to $2400. Shayna gets the other,
the final clue under $2000 Moving Forward in Science. After a line-ruling that
drops Pat to $8200, Shayna bets $4000 on this: this verb can mean "to cause to
happen" or "to fall from the sky", the way snow does. "What is precipitate?"
RIGHT for $18,700 to Matt's $15,200!
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "World Leaders in the
News": iin 2014 CNN declared Zambia's Guy Scott the first white president
in Sub-Saharan Africa since this man in 1994. Correct response: who is FW de
Some of them are lucky that
spelling doesn't count. Shayna is right... but for the love of $2,
she'll come just shy of the champ, who gets $22,200 more, giving
him a two-day take of $36,000.
@midnight with Chris Hardwick
by Chico Alexander
Comedy Central: 12:01a/11:01p
Host: Chris Hardwick
"The Meltdown with Jonah & Kumail"
new album "Bearable" available
While you were busy making your
case for Worst Journalist of 2015... Don Lemon... we were looking
for other news to troll on. Tonight's #HashtagWars: because skinny
jeans are deadly... #3WordFashionAdvice. Hampton has 800 to
Cameron's 700. Todd has 600.
In the middle of the week, we get
to play... (BLANK) Had Me Like. Tonight's Live Challenge: Voyeur
Enjoyment. A new site called RealLifeCam.com gives Europeans a
chance to watch 10 couples LIVE. Rise above the noise and tell the
world why they should tune into your live stream. Cameron gets
1000 from "Watch my livestream to see what lesbians REALLY do
together: (schtupp) all over the house in a very satisfying way
with no consequence."
Rounding third with The Pleasure Is
Mine. It was a pleasure to have Todd on the show, but now he must
FTW: There's a machine that will
print anything on your latte. ANYTHING. So print something you
don't want to find on your coffee. The winner: ... for the second
show in a row is something we can't print. Just give CAMERON the
Remember, today's funny becomes
tomorrow's source material. Follow the game online @midnight.
by Chico Alexander
Host: Kellan Lutz & Godfrey
San Carlos, CA
Laguna Niguel, CA
Apple Valley, CA
Yorba Linda, CA
real estate investor
CHALLENGE 1: Hang on to a DRIFT
CAR, then release yourself to hit the Bullseye. Time your release
just right. The two women & two men that are the closest move on.
Brooklyn: 56' - OUT
Eugene: 36' - OUT
Rachelle: 27' - OUT Santwon: BULLSEYE!
Lucas: 35' - OUT
CHALLENGE 2: In DEFYING GRAVITY,
the players will descend 35 stories, trying to swing like a
pendulum and hit as many Bullseyes out of 46 as possible.
Tim: 3 - OUT
CHALLENGE 3: in PUPPET MASTER, you
will be hanging from a helicopter's hydraulic track. They have to
slalom through the course and hit five Bullseyes on top of the
buoys. Once they've done that, the chopper will make a hard turn
toward the final Bullseye, where they will have to time their
release just right to hit it. If they miss, the clock will keep
going until they hit it. Fastest time wins $50,000.
Jennifer: 2:58 - OUT
Krista: 2:08! She wins the $50,000!
by Chico Alexander
GSN: 10p/9c & 10:30p/9:30c
Host: Ben Gleib
Lawrence & Julian
Sonya & Dustin
- Lawrence & Julian: Who's renting the most equipemnt. The rental
lady makes them an easy $200.
- Sonya & Dustin: If these agencies lose their space, which one
will become theirs? They touch "The IRS" ... for $140.
- L&J: Which came first: the chicken or the egg? They touch the
farmer... and it's right for $20!
- S&D: The ball is definitely under one of these. Which one? They
go with the table... But it's under the lady.
Lawrence & Julian lead, $220-$140.
- Dustin: These are old coins. Where's the rust? He goes for the
nickel... but "rust" was on the quarter.
- Lawrence: How many brews can this brewhouse sell? He times out
on the condemned sign. Answer: 0.
- Sonya: Touch the one who definitely has a boring job. She goes
for the driller... RIGHT for $350!
- Julian: Touch what he would read in his reflection if he turned
the mirror upside down. He goes with EEWWOW. But the right answer
was on his shirt.
Sonya & Dustin lead, $490-$220.
- Julian vs. Dustin: Touch the person whose comment comes from
only the top row of the keyboard. "UR Witty" is wrong. "#@%*&!" is
- Sonya vs. Lawrence: Touch the color of the fewest arrows.
Lawrence went with blue... RIGHT for $1400, $1620 total. Sonya...
also touched blue! She & Dustin win, $2190 to $1620!
- Touch the town square: bank, nuclear plant, residential,
university. Sonya touches the total of the town. Dustin... touches
the center. The only town square on this map... is in the word
"Town". No extra money, but they have $2190.
In the nightcap, friend Jordan &
John take on girlfriends Clay & Kim. Ladies lead, $875 to $140.
HEAD to HEAD:
- Touch the pattern that's least likely to help win the game. Kim
says the middle pattern with nothing going on. But the correct
answer: the coach's plaid shirt. Jordan closes the gap with
- From the right perspective, which is the crying man? Clay is
wrong. John... is right to win, $2490 to $875.
SMART MONEY: Based on his tattoos,
what should he get tattooed on his ear? Moustache, anchor, beer,
or heart? Jordan says the anchor. John says the anchor as well.
All of his tattoos rhyme with the part they're tattooed on, so the
correct answer: beer.
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Amber Lancaster, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
Record today: singleton
Record this week: 3-8-1
Record this season: 518-539-47
Total today*: $46,567
Total this week*: $113,262
Total this season*: $13,108,953
Perfect bids: 42/1104
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/6
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 11/4
Best week: Week 8 (Big Money Week): $615,071
$13M Passed: 6/22/15
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes and rounded to the nearest
So TPIR is preparing to close out
regular season play with a Sweet 16 party. I wish I could've
played TPIR for my 16th birthday... and my 17th... and my 18th...
and my... well, you get it. For details, follow the show on
Meanwhile, we have grown-folk Tommy Stancil, Haley Morgan, Rosalyn
Stephens, and Charles Bauza playing for Gucci accessories. The
$2643 package goes to Tommy, who can ride outta here with a Toyota
Corolla in Lucky Seven. The board reads $19,8__ with a buck in
hand. He goes with 5.... but it's 2.
Charles will try to parlay the $708 pair of laptops he won into a
trip to Santa Fe (6n @ El Dorado Hotel & Spa) with a DSLR camera
in Safecrackers. The dials: 0, 7, 9. He goes with $790... but it
Tiffany Grim hopes to turn around this grim state with a $1515
shuffleboard table. Things are already looking up for her... IT'S
PLINKO TIME! With chips from Drew, a $28 travel mug, and a $50
cotton candy maker, she wins $600.
But Charles wins the first Showdown of what's turning out to be a
company show... All about making money for the company. Let's
continue on with Rosalyn and her $599 home theatre system. That
will go well with a new living room with 3DTV, and it'll all go to
her if she knows whether she's Coming ($7899) or Going ($9987).
She comes... and saves us from the skunk.
Kindra Torres gets a $930 area rug with Roomba and a chance at a
Hyundai Accent in One Away. It isn't $28,765. She goes with
$17,674, and the soundboard goes with... three honks. Next guess
is $17,876, which sounds good... It was $17,854.
Haley is living on borrowed time as we lay out on a hammock. The
price: $890. The winner... Frank Brenha. Next up, three prizes
that go well together: a meat thermometer, a cutlery set, and an
outdoor kitchen island. The game: Make Your Move.
5 9 2 6 9 4 2 3 7
He goes with $59 for the thermometer, $269 for the cutlery set,
and $4237 for the grill island. And... he got it backwards. It
should've been $37 for the thermometer, $942 for the cutlery set,
and $5926 for the grill island. He'll get a shot against Charles
in the Showcase.
First up, we'll color your world with and emerald/diamond pendant
and trips to Mexico (6n @ Le Reve Hotel & Spa) & Spain (6n @
Barcelona). Top winner Frank passes, and Charles bids $17,995.
Frank gets a smart watch with smart phone & Bluetooth headset, a
trip to Montenegro (6n @ Hotel Mediteran Uncinj), and a Nissan
Versa. He bids $25,550. Actual price: $30,705, a difference of
$5155. Actual price of Charles' Showcase: $26,359, a difference of
$8364, and the gold star goes to Frank! He takes out $31,595!
by Chico Alexander
Crackle: streaming Wednesdays
Host: Dan Patrick with Kelly Miyahara & Howie Schwab
1) Justin Shibilski: 50,500
2) Sean Sullivan: 48,499
ON THE BUBBLE:
3) Chris Yoxsimer: 44,500
Mark it down, people. We are now 11
episodes away from the Sports Jeopardy! Championship! And after
week after week of people challenging for the leaderboard, a
relative calm. Time and chances are running out.
North Muskegon, MI
facility student supervisor
real estate broker
Cody was the first out of the
bullpen, so he'll lead off with 250 Teams That Don't End in "S",
finding the Hanes X-Temp Daily Double under 750. Thanks to a score
correction benefiting Deepak, he & Cody are tied at 1250. Cody
pulls the trigger for all the marbles on this: this NBA Western
Conference team & this NHL Eastern Conference team make a neat
weather pair. "What are the Suns & the Lightning?" Got the Tampa
Bay Lightning right, but the other team was the Oklahoma City
Thunder. Get it? Thunder? Lightning?
As we look at the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee leaderboard,
Chris Yoxsimer is still on the bubble with 44,500. The players...
not even close at the half, but Deepak leads with 3750 to 2250 for
Cody. Ron... who's just entertaining to watch, is 750 down to
start Double Jeopardy!...
... with the first Daily Double under 1500 Boxing Stuff. He goes
for max on this: in the 10-point must system, a boxer who's
knocked down one in a losing round usually receives this many
points. "What is 8 points?" Out of the hole you go with 1250.
Deepak finds the Dead Rising Daily Double, 1500 The Trophy Case.
Leading by 2000, he puts an extra 500 on it for this: this award
is given annually to the best offensive MLB player at each
position. "What is the Silver Slugger?" RIGHT for 11,250! He ends
up with 17,750. With Cody on 7250 to Ron's 750, the game is
Deepak's to lose. And Chris' seat is still Chris'.
FINAL SPORTS JEOPARDY! in "Basketball Coaches": he wa the first
African-American coach to win a Division I NCAA basketball
championship. Correct response: who was John Thompson?
Deepak gets the $5000 on a zero-wager game.
Joining DP and the players in the booth today: SJ! CC and
Regular-People Jeopardy! Clue Crew member Jimmy McGuire. Words of
wisdom: "You can't study for Jeopardy!"... You really can't.
And then there were 10.