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Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Lee - $5,429
Devin/Melissa - $4,756
Marti - $3,387
Royce - $2,496(traded from $6,486)
Karen - $2,397
Tammy - $900
Melissa - $500
Dawn - $100
Karen - $50
Caniece - $0
Daniel - BUTTING HEADS!
Quickie Deals - $100
Big Deal Choice 1 - 3
Big Deal Choice 2 - 6
Big Deal Choice 3 - 9
Big Deal Location 1 - 5
Big Deal Location 2 - 8
Big Deal Location 3 - 5
Big Deal Wins- 4/18
Car Wins - 9
Total for Week 4 - $63,669
Total for the season: $619,304
Celebrity Name Game
by Chico Alexander
Syn: check listings
Host: Craig Ferguson
Ben & Bobo
Molly & Jessica
"This Is Where I Leave You"
Round 1: Ben & Bobo start with
"'Guide' & Seek" (people & characters who've appeared on the cover
of TV Guide), getting four for $400. Molly & Jessica counter with
"I Wanna Rock!" (celebrities who have acted in other people's
music videos), getting four as well for $400.
After we swap stars, Molly gives on
"Third Time's a Charm?" (folks that have been married at least 3
times), getting another four for $800, $1200 total. Bobo gives on
"Roll Tide Roll" (famous folks from Alabama), getting two for
$400, $800 total.
In the race to $3000, we have
"Put a Bow on It!" (famous folks known for wearing bow-ties).
Surprisingly, "Doctor Who" is not mentioned once. But Jessica &
Molly mention Pee-Wee Herman, Boo-Boo, Donald Duck, and
Snagglepuss to win, $3000 to $1800.
In the $20,000 bonus, Molly gets
five... and Jessica... only gets four.
In the nightcap (featuring Tom
Arnold & Mel B), newlyweds Rori & Roz beat out Christopher &
Candy $3700 to $2200, but they only get five in the bonus.
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 5p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
Returning champions the Byrd ladies
had some bad luck last time, but they hope their luck will change
when they play against the Barutha family.
Dan, Michelle, Megan, Daniel,
Kimberly, Darla, Cathy, Arianna
SINGLE: 100 married men: something
about your wife you'd get in trouble for telling other people.
5. Hygiene habits 5
2. She snores 18 6. Bad
3. Her age 14
7. Eye-watering farts 3
4. Freak/Sex life 9 8. Fake boobs 3
SINGLE: something you wouldn't want to see in the stream that you
just drank from.
1. Float'g doody/pee
43 5. Condom/Dink sling 3
2. Body/Dead animal 31
3. Gator/Critter 8
4. Glass/Cups 4
DOUBLE: something a department store Santa has within reach when
1. Candy/Canes 37
5. Hand wipe/Tissue 6
2. Elf/Helper 21 6.
3. Flask/Vodka shots 6 7. Children 4
4. Sack of toys 6
TRIPLE: something supermodels don't do as much as ordinary people.
1. Eat/Cook 76
2. Work 7
3. Housework/Laundry 5
4. Their own makeup 2
The Baruthas would need only a steal on the last survey to get
either #2 or #4 to win the game and they did so, getting #4 for
Michelle & Dan will go and play for Fast Money. Michelle gave out
a few good answers and end up scoring 76. Dan started off slow,
getting two zeroes off the bat and his last answer was only one
that was the best of the bunch, finishing with a total of $655.
Fast Money #1 answers
- 100 married women: 1-10, how cheap is your husband?: 4
- Something that spits: Camel (Michelle)
- Something that's sold by the bunch: Banana (Michelle)
- Something people do that rhymes with sigh: Cry
- Something in the hospital you hope is clean: Bed sheets (Dan)
In the nightcap, returning
champions the Reed family knew how hard it is to win the big
money, but they hope they can get another shot, but right now,
they must play against the O'Hara family.
TRIPLE: something that's impossible to hide from a dog.
1. Food/Treats 62
2. A bone 24
3. Toys 10
4. A cat 2
The O'Haras couldn't get the steal to #4 on the last survey,
thinking it was the dog's bed, giving the Reeds another win.
Rebecca & Patsy will play Fast Money in this attempt. Rebecca had
some good answers to get to 102. Patsy's last answer of liver, was
enough to do it, and they now have a two-day total of $20,500.
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
A win today, and Alexander enters the
THREE DAY CHAMPION
orig. Dubuque, IA
PhD student in economics
Alexander starts with $200
Othello. At the TV timeout, Mike leads with $4800 to $2800.
Ali has $800.
Mike snipes the Daily Double under
$1000 Money Talks with $6800 to the champ's $5400. He bets his
lead of $1400 on this: like Annie says, if something's a sure
thing, you can do this, put up the last money you have. "What is
'bet your bottom dollar'?" That is right... but Mike times out to
tie with $5400. He recovers to $6000 to Alexander's $5400. Ali has
$1800 and the first clue in Double Jeopardy!...
... with $400 Take the Stairs,
finding the first Daily Double under $2000. She is going for it on
this: the Keats-Shelley Memorial House in Rome is located near the
foot of these famous stairs. "What are the Spanish Steps?" FOR THE
DOUBLER, $6800! Mike gets the other under $1600 Getting in Shape.
He bets $2600 on this: it's a diamond-shaped rhombus, or a
medicated sore-throat candy. "What is a lozenge?" RIGHT for
$16,200. He ends with $18,600 to Alexander's $16,200. Ali's still
a factor with $12,000.
FINAL JEOPARDY! on "Eponymous
named around 1616, it's the world's fifth-largest island
& the largest named after a person. Correct response: what is
Ali is the only one right to come
from behind to win $16,300! Alexander leaves with $63,000.
Let's Ask America
by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings
Host: Bill Bellamy
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith, Rachel Reynolds & George
Record today: 1-4-1
Record this week: 3-14-1
Record this season: 61-69-8
Total today*: $20,140
Total this week*: $136,598
Total this season*: $1,724,682
Perfect bids: 10/138
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/2
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 0/1
Best week: Week 4 (Dream Car Week): $439,072
$1M Passed: 10/8/14
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes and rounded to the nearest
Yesterday gave us one of these...
... Today, let's put that in the rearview mirror and concentrate
on Jamie Britt, Peggy Toby, Eugene Byron, and Leanna Morales
bidding on a silver/lapis ring & earrings. The $1345 jewelry goes
to Jamie, who gets to step up to the plate for a CADILLAC ATS in 3
Strikes. First two pulls... Strikes 1 and 2. Then two whiffers...
The 2-2 pitch... is a 4. She puts that in slot #1... Right. The
2-2... a 3... Second? Yes. Next draw... Strike three. It was
Eugene wins a $1117 all-in-one PC with desk. Can he compute the
price of a waverunner in Squeeze Play?
9 0 8 1 4
He pulls the 0... Needed to pull the 1.
Matthew Popiel (C-Note: no relation that we know of to the
inventor) goes down and up thanks to a $939 set of Bluetooth
speakers & iPod Touch. Next for him, designer accessories and a
pool table in Magic # (C-Note: a notoriously fickle and
long-to-warm-up game. Frankly I'm surprised they wheeled it out
this early). He sets the geezmo to $941. The pool table... $3295.
The accessories... $1595. Well, he can wipe his tears with the
$1000 he wins off of the Big Wheel.
Meanwhile Peggy turns $1 into a $1995 infrared sauna. Can she turn
a DSLR camera into a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, an
electric bike, and an HDTV in Swap Meet? She swaps for the bike...
$1199. The camera... $1199!
So we've avoided the skunk at long last. Now to build from that
with Elizabeth Slowinski and her $1399 treadmill. For her, we have
a trip to Portugal (6n @ Lima Escape in Ponte da Barca) in
Pick-a-Number. The price: $_770. The numbers of great importance:
5, 6, 7. She goes with 7... Should've gone with 5.
Last call for Leanna comes with curlers, a curling iron, and a
hair dryer. The price: $798. The winner... with the one-time,
Gloria Jilek. She'll Let'em Roll for a Hyundai Accent. She gets
the full three. First roll... one car, but $5000. That's hard to
pass up, and she bails. Gloria then adds another $1000 on the
First up in the Showcase, it's getting time for trick-or-treat
with a chocolate maker, a gummy bear maker, a cake pop maker, a
trip to San Francisco (6n @ The Stanford Court), and a Kia Rio.
Top winner Gloria bids $21,500. Matthew gets the good (a hammock),
the bad (a Suzuki Boulevard motorcycle), and the ugly (a
Mitsubishi Lancer). He bids $26,100. Actual price... $25,469.
Actual price of Gloria's Showcase... $20,335. And we have our
first Double Overbid of the season and our second "company show"
in a row. Not about the prizes, all about making
money for the company.
by Chico Alexander
Crackle: streaming Wednesdays
Host: Dan Patrick with Kelly Miyahara
1) Alex DeFrank: 22,001
2) Steven Silverman: 14,499
ON THE BUBBLE:
3) Kenny Chung: 12,250
Kenny Chung remains in danger of
being eliminated. Let's see who in our starting lineup may take
middle school English teacher & basketball coach
(Fun Fact: the most athletic person
in the Man-Cave? Kelly, who just completed Ironman Kona and
raising $31,000 for Leukemia & Lymphoma Team in Training in honor
for her departed teammate and friend Marisela Echevarria. This is
all detailed after the first break)
Dan won the single-elimination tiddly-winks tournament backstage,
so he will select first with 250 When I Hosted SNL. At the TV
timeout, Evan's off to a roaring start with 4250 to Steve's 1750.
Dan, perhaps the most low-key player in the history of Jeopardy!,
A few clues after two snipes by Evan from the Chicago native and
one about Psycho T, Tyler Hansbrough, Evan scores the Daily Double
under 750 I Own You. He goes four deep, 4000 on this: actress
Rooney Mara is named for the founders of these 2 NFL teams that
are still in her family. "What are the Cleveland Browns & the
Baltimore Ravens?" No and no. "Who are the Steelers & the Giants?"
Back to 2000 you go. The Women's Skating category managed to make
this into a game going into halftime, with Steve on 2500, Evan on
1750, and Dan on the first pick in Double Jeopardy! with 1500.
Speaking of, Dan goes with 500 In Their Minor League Baseball
System, finding the first Daily Double under 1500 Conn Smythe
Trophy Winners. He fronts 3000 on this: this goalie is the only
3-time winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy. "Who is... Brodeur?" No,
it was Patrick Roy, leaving him with 7000. Steve finds the other
under 1500 That Bites! Steve makes it 2000 to go on this: on April
24, 1983 a Hawks center chomped the finger of Danny Ainge,
prompting the headline this object "Bites Man". He blanks on
"Tree", as in Tree Rawlins, leaving him with 1000, where he ends
regulation time. Evan has 3750, but can catch Dan's 7000. But
remember: the score to beat to land on the leaderboard... 12,250.
BUT NOT BEFORE A BIT OF DRAMA! Due to a line ruling in Steve's
favor, he too is now within striking distance of the lead at 5000.
FINAL SPORTS JEOPARDY! in "Coaches": by winning Super Bowl XXXIV
in 2000, he became the first head coach to win both a Rose Bowl &
a Super Bowl. Correct response: who is Dick Vermeil?
Dan... silent but deadly... is the only one in with the correct
response to win with 10,001. That doesn't land him on the big
board, but it does land him $5000. Evan drops to $2000, while
Steve is lucky to be leaving with a grand. And Kenny Chung? He can
rest easy for another week.
Wheel of Fortune
by Chico Alexander
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for Today: $80,140
Total for Week 5: $175,820
Total for the Season: $2,171,495
Bonus Win Percentage: 11/23
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 2/0
Mystery Round Prizes won: 1
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 38/0
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/1
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 8/23/4
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 15/23/6
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 3/1
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 12/8
$2,500 Space Hit - 4
$3,500 Space Hit - 15
$5,000 Space Hit -
Bankrupt Space Hit - 77
Gift Tags won: 7
Free Play Hit: 25
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 0/23
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $1,200,274
Bankrupt Losses: $203,280
$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