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Adam DeVine's House Party

The Price Is Right at Night
by Chico Alexander
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CBS/CBS All Access: 8p/7C
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
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Another Price Is Right at Night special is upon us! Tonight, Adam DeVine is playing with all of the contestants, and anything they win will be matched and donated to Children's Miracle Network!

... So let's get this party for the kids started with Kentaley McCurdy, Steven Neumann, Sarah Armstrong, and Paul Nguyen playing for a ladies' Rolex! The $5000 watch goes to Steven, who gets to play for something for himself, a Harley-Davidson Iron 883 in DOUBLE PRICES. As with all the games, Adam may act as counsel, but the contestants' decision will be considered final and binding. It's either $9259 or $6032. He goes with $9259.... RIGHT!

Paul gets an $845 karaoke and a chance at a 2021 MERCEDES BENZ A220 in ONE AWAY.
- $2 3 6 1 1
He goes with $32,520 and gets one... two... three... four.... and epic silence afterwards. He changes it to $34,520.... WINNER!

Sarah gets a $4370 set of St. Laurent purses. Can she find the $100,000 ticket in PUNCH-A-BUNCH? The money lines up thusly...
- 1 x $100,000
- 4 x $25,000 and $10,000 each
- 8 x $5000 and $25000 each
- 10 x $1000 and $500 each
- 5 x $250
She gets hits from a $40 breakfast sandwich maker, a $90 air purifier, and a $20 vacuum. First hit... $25,000! That was quick. Had she gone on... she would've gotten $25,000 again... and then $2500.

Steven wins $11,000 on the Big Wheel. Meanwhile, Matthew Horn blows off a perfect bid for a $1100 set of Samsung smartphones with Beats headphones. Next for him, a trip to Montana (6n via business class @ Snow Bear Chalets Whitefish) in RANGE GAME. He stops it at $12,653. The price... $12,803, EXACTLY on the upper boundary of the range!

Narineh Khachatourians wins a $1650 pair of electric ATVs and a chance at a 2021 LEXUS UX200 in THAT'S TOO MUCH! She thinks $37,415 is too much, and that's... WAY too much. It was $35,229, so $35,980 was "too much".

Kentaley gets one more go with a juicer wtih jars & cutlery. The price: $2090. The winner... Josephanie Franco. Next for her is a home theater with 4KTV, Blu-Ray, speakers & popcorn cart in CHECKOUT. She prices Gatorade, C&H pure cane sugar from Hawaii, Goldfish, Hormel bacon bits, and Good Humor ice cream bars at $14.15. The actual total... $15.36, a difference of $1.21 for the win!

So far, Adam has pocketed $90,903 for Children's Miracle Network. He'll get one spin to try and add $10,000 more to that. He spins... 55, at $100 a point, gives him another $5500 for a final total of $96,948!

Meanwhile, in civilian action, Matthew beats the competition to meet Steven in.... THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES! First up, a home gym with treadclimber, exercise bike, Pilates reformer, dumbbells & house cleaning for a year, and a 2021 CHEVY CAMARO 1LT. Top winner Steven bids $32,000. Matthew gets this from Adam DeVine, a 4K camcorder with MacBook Pro, trips to Yosemite (5n @ Yosemite's Scene Wonders) & Hawaii (6n @ Hilton Waikiki Beach), and a powerboat. He bids $32,000. Actual price... $39,580, a difference of $7580. Actual price of Steven's Showcase... $37,773, a difference of $5773, and Steven wins! He gets $63,032! Not a bad night's work!

The Challenge: Double Agents
by Jason Block
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MTV: 9p/8C
Host: TJ Lavin
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Family Feud Canada
by Jason Huhn
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CBC: 7:30p ET
Host: Gerry Dee
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Tobi, Remi, Tolu, Francis, Adeola


Pino, Bella, Zelia, Jaycee, Mike

SINGLE: Something that might be included in a divorce survival kit.
1️ A strong drink 33 5️ Self help books 5
2️ Lawyer 15 6️ Contraception 4
3️ Cash 9 7️ Therapy 3
4️ Comfort food 7 8️ Tissues 2

SINGLE: If Winnie the Pooh was your roommate, something you might complain about.
1️ Sticky surfaces 24 5️ Annoying friends 7
2️ Eats all my honey 13 6️ Bear noises/Snoring 7
3️ Pantry full of honey 12 7️ The smell 6
4️ His lack of pants 9 8️ His voicce 3

DOUBLE: A place you always regret not bringing earplugs
1️ Concert 22 5️ Race/Monster Jam 6
2️ Airplane 14 6️ Hotel 4
3️ Construction site 10 7️ Public transit 4
4️ School/Daycare 7

TRIPLE: Something most people have had stolen at least once.
1️ Wallet/Cash 32
2️ Snacks 23
3️ Heart 13
4️ Pen 13

SUDDEN DEATH: An animal that eats mice. The Ojos win it with cat (79).

FAST MONEY: Adeola gets a #1 for 132. Remi blanks and needs a strong showing to finish. He gets the final #1 to win another $10,000, giving the family $20,000 for two.
- Besides St. John's, a city on Canada's east coast: Halifax (Adeola)
- Another word for luggage: Baggage
- The age people start lying about their age: Age 40 (Remi)
- A word associated with bowling: Strike
- A sport with the roudies fans: Soccer (Remi)

Forged in Fire Winter Finale
by Chico Alexander
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History: 9p/8C
Host: Grady Powell with Ben Abbott, David Baker, Doug Marcaida & J. Neilson
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Beau Gieson
parts unknown
part-time bladesmith

Starlin Moran
parts unknown
part-time bladesmith

Kevin Adams
Hereford, AZ
technical instructor for the US Army

Aric Fontaine
Bristol, CT
part-time bladesmith

Today, J. Neilson, Dave Baker & Doug Marcaida have brought a car into the Forge.

ROUND 1: You're going to salvage metal from a burned-out SUV to make your signature blades. They have to be between 12 & 14 inches from tip to the end of the cutting edge. Should be noted that there are no leaf springs... but there are three hours, so be creative.
- Beau: Round Stock Chopper
- Kevin: Torsion Bar Chopper
- Aric: Coil Spring Chopper
- Starlin: Coil Spring Chopper... which is an inch short.

ROUND 2: You have two hours to set handles made of burnt-out wood from the SUV from the previous round, upon which your blades are going to be tested for strength & durability (tailgate chop) and sharpness (fuelhose slice).

FINAL ROUND: Recreate the Serrated Tegha Sword. Originating in India in the 18th century, this curved, serrated sword has a three-foot long blade with a split tip that could easily behead a man. It symbolizes the Islamic world and takes its inspiration from Zulfaqar, the sword of Ali ibn Abi Talib, believed to be descended from Muhammad himself.  The blade has to be between 24 & 26 inches with a curve depth of no less than 3.5 inches. Your tip must split between 10 & 11 inches with a puncture hole at the end. The curved edge needs to be serrated and sharpened. You must finish with a khanda-style hilt and a tail pommel. You have four days in your home forges to recreate it.
- Kevin: 5160 Serrated Tegha
- Aric: 5160 Serrated Tegha
Both blades will undergo a KEAL ("keep everyone alive") test, a strength test (pot smash), and a sharpness test (jackfruit slice).

So whose serrated tegha sword made the cut? The winner tonight...  is ARIC!

Season 8 of "Forged in Fire" continues February 24

Get a Clue
by Chico Alexander
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GSN: 4:30p/3:30c
Host: Rob Belushi
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The Bush Family
Brionna, James & Shelly
Fantasy Footballers
Harry, Ashton & Adam

ROUND 1: Wish You Were Here, Bachelor for Life, Ask Your Mother, Measure Me This.

The Fantasy Footballers get five from Bachelor for Life (things associated with "The Bachelor") and Measure Me This (words associated with measuring), while the Bush Family run out on Wish You Were Here (things associated with a vacation). The Fantasy Footballers lead, 1400-1100.

ROUND 2: Just Desserts, As I Live and Breathe, You Crack Me Up, Backpack to School.
- Fantasy Footballers pick Just Desserts (desserts), getting six for 1200, 2600 total.
- The Bush Family picks Backpack to School (things you carry with you to school), also getting six for 1200, 2300 total.

- Fantasy Footballers (Harry gives to Adam): they get microscope, spear, law, sunlight, and playing cards for 2000, 4600 total. They fail impunity for 2000.
- The Bush Family (Brionna gives to Shelly): hey get bronze, mute, grind, train, applause, and situation for... 2000. Fantasy Footballers win by the slimmest of margins, 4600-4300.

BONUS ROUND: The Fantasy Footballers get spine, patrol, paper airplane, speakeasy, corrupt, nose ring, and braid. One short.

Guy's Grocery Games: Delivery
by Chico Alexander
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Food: 9p/8c
Hosts: Guy & Hunter Fieri
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  This week, our chefs are going to be using their noodles.

Beau Macmillan
Antonia Lofaso
Jet Tila

On the panel from their respective homes are Aarti Sequeira, Justin Warner & Christian Petroni. They will be judging on four facets - gameplay (15 points), creativity (15 points), plating (10 points), and taste (10 points). Basically, you're trying to sell your dish. The chef with the highest total score after two rounds will have a chance to win up to $20,000 on Guy's Money Wheel.

GAME 1: You have enough in your first box for a family favorite noodle dish... but you'll have to flip a coin to determine whether you can use ingredients OVER $5 or UNDER $5. It's OVER/UNDER.
- Beau (UNDER): Asian-Style Chili Spaghetti - 39
- Antonia (OVER): Squid Ink Seafood Pasta - 40
- Jet (UNDER): Chili Pan Mee with XO Sauce - 43

As the leader, Jet gets a special prize - a pellet smoker - and an advantage in the final round. Beau gets a Package of Pain... instructions on how to make a macaroni necklace. He must make one and wear it before beginning...

GAME 2: A spicy noodle dish. Use your can do attitude... or you CAN CAN ROULETTE do attitude. Jet, as the winner of the last round, can assign cans to himself & his opponents.
- Antonia (spaghetti rings? Nope, asparagus spears): Amatriciana with Canned Asparagus - 44 (TOTAL: 84)
- Jet (mushrooms? Nope, beets): Northeastern Pad Thai with Glass Noodles & Canned Beets - 42 (TOTAL: 85)
- Beau (beets? Nope, mushrooms): Linguine with Spicy Tomato & Canned Mushroom Ragu - 41 (TOTAL: 80)

MONEY WHEEL: Jet trades $5000 in for a spin, and he gets... QUIZ!
- Q1: Varieties of this fruit including baby, manzano, and burro: Banana
- Q2: Green garnish typically served with osso buco: Gremolata
- Q3: Cut of pork that Canadian-style bacon comes from: Loin
- Q4: Traditional Hawaiian dish made from mashed taro root: Poi
- Q5: Moroccan dish that shares its name with the earthenware pot in which it's cooked: Tagine

by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Guest Host: Ken Jennings with Jimmy McGuire & Sarah Whitcomb-Foss
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  Lucy's big payday leads her to a defense against...

Lucy Ricketts
orig. Atlanta


Josiah Jenkins
orig. Rugby, ND
risk management professor

Cameron Whiteside
Mesa, AZ
real estate agent

JEOPARDY! ROUND: National Heritage Areas, Types of Movies, Flag Talk, 2 Middle Names, Scientific Discoveries, Pros & Cons

Lucy starts with $200 Types of Movies. Cameron finds the Daily Double under $1000 National Heritage Areas. He bets $500 on this: the NHA website for this region of the Mississippi River describes it as "the land where the blues began". "What is the Mississippi Delta?" That's right... but Cameron can't come up with anything to drop to -$700 at the break.

The hits just keep on coming for Cameron, who by the end of the round is $900 down. With Lucy on $6600 to Josiah's $4200, Cameron gets the board to start...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Choreographers, Possessive History, Company Name Origins, Book'em, Lyrical CV, Before & After

... with $400 Lyrical CV. Lucy finds the first Daily Double under $1200 Company Name Origins. She goes for $4000 on this: this 70 proof German herbal liqueur company's name comes from the German for "hunt master". "What is Jagermeister?" RIGHT for $22,200! Lucy finds the other under $1600 Choreographers. She fronts $4000 again on this: though he didn't win for "Chicago" in 1976, this man has the record for msot Tony Awards for choreography. "Who is Bob Fosse?" RIGHT for $29,400! She ends up with $31,400. With Josiah at $9400 to $2300 for Cameron, the game was Lucy's to lose.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "World Geography": the Oyapock River forms part of Brazil's 400-mile border with the territory of this European country.

Lucy only loses a dollar to win $31,399, giving her a two-day take of $64,499.

Kitchen Crash
by Chico Alexander
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Food: 10p/9c
Host: Jeff Mauro
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  Today's Kitchen Crash brings us to Sayreville, NJ.

Nicole Roarke
Long Beach, NY
executive chef, FLIK Hospitality
Idris Muhammad
personal chef
Dr. Thomas Lo
New York City
anesthesiologist & chef/owner, Spicy C Cuisine

After 10 minutes, we have these chefs finding these host families...
- NICOLE: Anita & Rich Rivera
- IDRIS: Danielle & Nathan Cabral
- DR. TOM: Alex & Jennifer Rivera

Joining Jeff on the sidelines to judge is Marcus Samuelsson.

ROUND 1: 30 minutes to make the best stacked burger at least 5 inches high with a side and a dipping sauce. You'll be judged on taste, creativity, and use of the ingredients. Winner will get an advantage in the next round.
- IDRIS: Salmon Burger with Sauteed Snap Peas and Dipping Sauce
- NICOLE: Southwestern Beef Burger with Steak Fries
- DR. TOM: Tex-Mex Steak Burger with British Chips
WINNER: DR. TOM! He was the only one to get the height requirement. His advantage: the family gets to go back into the house and grab one item that the other two chefs MUST use in the next round. They bring... APPLESAUCE.

ROUND 2: 30 minutes to make something fried & spicy. Worst chef is eliminated after this round.
- IDRIS: Fried Chicken Tenders with Red Rice & Spinach
- NICOLE: Pretzel Crusted Chicken with Cucumber Celery Slaw
- DR. TOM: Szechuan Chicken with Garlic Sauce

ROUND 3: 30 minutes to use only one ingredient... three ways. One of those has to be a dessert.
- NICOLE: Chicken & Broccoli Rice Cake; Codfish & Rice Cauce; and Rice Pudding
- DR. TOM: Crepes with Orange Three Ways

So which team of Riveras is going to win for their chef? Congratulations... DR. TOM! So Alex & Jennifer's family wins $5000, and so does the good doctor!

Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
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CBS/CBS All Access: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
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Mel - $21,570
Jasmine - $21,445
Mitchell - $8,167(traded from $12,060)
Kelly -$7,895
Kirti - $7,462
Isabel - $6,338
Chelsea - $3,100
Keyhana/Corey - $1,000
Miecho - $100
Quickies - $900/$900(pen with a cap/animal collar(Twitter Deal)
Quickie Deals Total - $21,000/$24,900

Perfect Deals - 138
Big Deal Choice 1 - 6
Big Deal Choice 2 - 9
Big Deal Choice 3 - 20
Big Deal Location 1 - 16
Big Deal Location 2 - 12
Big Deal Location 3 - 7
Big Deal Wins- 9
Car Wins - 14


Prizes not won today -  $21,333
Big Deal prizes not selected today - $24,987

Total for Today not won - $46,320
Prizes not won this season -$2,355,238 + 5 unknown prize values

Total - $77,277
Total for Week 8 - $167,009
Total for the Season: $1,368,890+ 2 unknown prize values
Total with Quickie Deals -$1369,790 + 2 unknown prize values
Best Week - Week 6 - $214,976
1M Passed - 27 shows(12/24/2020))

Wednesday's trading at the marketplace starts off with Mitchell the Wizard(editor and wants to starts a bread business) and Kelly the Duck(digital content creator). This a Covid safe version of a deal we have seen many times before. We have two bronze envelopes. One has a check for $250 and one has a check for $1,000. The one who picks the $1,000 envelope will make a deal with Wayne. Mitchell takes the bottom envelope and will wait because it is the $250 envelope. Kelly has $1,000 and can buy Curtain 2 with it. She buys the curtain and wins a his/her golfing set with clubs and golf clothes along with a trip to Orlando! She is staying 3N at the Reunion Resort and Golf Club! That deal is worth $7,895! Isabel the Witch(realtor and former professor) joins Mitchell on stage. We have two silver envelopes with the same two amounts. This time Isabel takes the top envelope and makes the deal with Wayne as she gets the $1,000 check. Mitchell has $500. Isabel can keep her money or take the small box. She takes the small box and wins 2 new Iphones and a trip to Portland, Oregon worth $6,338! Mitchell can take Curtain 1 or keep his $500 and the gold mystery cash envelope. He takes Curtain 1 and passes on $500 + $400 = $900. Mitchell wins a DILAPIDATED TRUCK(ZONK). But wait, Wayne asks Tiffany to search through the truck if there is anything else. After getting the smoke, the hay and the rust - Mitchell gets redeemed with a trip to the CARIBBEAN! It's a stay at the Sonesta Ocean Point Resort in St. Maarten worth $12,060!

Jasmine the PInata(former NCAA Cheerleader) is playing ACCELERATOR for a 2021 Mazda 3 Sedan worth $21,445! Here's how the game works. We have three balls, a spinning wheel, a ramp and 12 spaces - 4C's, 4A's and 4R's. In round 1, Jasmine rolls the ball down the ramp and lands on a C space. Tiffany flips the tile on the C space and Jasmine has $600. If Jasmine wants to go on and roll the 2nd ball down the ramp, she can not land on the 4 C spaces as they are now ZONK SPACES. If she does that, they game is over. Jasmine goes on and rolls the 2nd ball down the ramp. She lands A space. We flip the tile and she adds $800 to her total. This is Jasmine's final decision. She can leave with the $1,400 or go and try the last ball and land on one of the four good R spaces. If she does that, the Mazda is hers. Jasmine goes for the car and rolls...THE R!

Victoria the Conehead(she and husband own a business) gets an inspirational Cat Gray poster with the quote: "YOU CAN'T HAVE A RAINBOW WITHOUT A LITTLE LIGHT REFRACTION." Behind that quote is cash. Victoria can keep the money on the poster or take the Big Box. She passes on $2,700 for the Big Box which is A TEENIE WEENIE KITCHEN(ZONK). Keyhana and Corey(at homies from Alabama) are going for the Curtain 2 prize. They are going to get to ask three of the following 5 questions to Jonathan Big Head. They are: DOES IT HAVE A KEYBOARD?, CAN I SIT ON IT?, DOES IT INVOLVE GETTING ON AN AIRPLANE?, CAN IT BE USED WITH FRIENDS? and IS IT TYPICALLY FOUND INSIDE THE HOUSE. They find out that it CAN be used with friends, does NOT involve getting on an airplane, and it IS found inside the house. Will they take Curtain 2 or $500...$1,000...which they take and pass on a dining room and a Dine With 9 Private Dinner for 2 worth $6,858!

Tiaunt the Pickle(street entertainer) and at-homie Kirti(anesthesiologist and Mom of 2). Tiaunt is the leader for this deal. He can take the $50 on the outside bankroll or Curtain 3. Whatever he chooses, they both get. Tiaunt takes the Curtain and passes on $50 + 23 X 50 = $1,200. Kirti is now the leader. She can keep Curtain 3 or take Curtain 1 which has the clue of YOU WILL GO UP AND YOU WILL GO DOWN. Kirti takes Curtain 1 and passes on Curtain 3 which was an electronics suite with 2 touchscreen laptops, tablet and lighting/charging combo worth $4,826! Who keeps Curtain 1 and who takes the LMAD Large Envelope? Tiaunt wins a ZONK CREDIT CARD(ZONK) in the large envelope. Kirti keeps Curtain 1 and wins a 3N at the Hotel DuPont in Delaware worth $7,462! Tiaunt gets $100 for his dancing!

Mel(as Alice in Wonderland - elementary school music teacher) and Miecho the Egyptian Queen(works on cars and other things at an auto parts store). They are playing ROCK PAPER SCISSORS. We have three screens on stage. The rules of the kids game apply - PAPER covers ROCK, SCISSORS cuts PAPER and ROCK beats SCISSORS. Each dealer will pick a screen. Winner of the game gets $1,500 and moves on to the final round. The loser of the game sits down with $100. Mel picks 2 and it is PAPER. She moves on to the final round with $1,500 because Miecho  picks 3 and it is ROCK. 1 was SCISSORS. Miecho sits down with $100. Mel has $1,500 and she can keep that or play one more game. Behind two of the items on the screens are $100. If Mel gives up the $1,500 and picks the item with the  CAR behind it, she will drive off in a 2021 VW Jetta Sedan worth $21,570! She goes for the car. She picks SCISSORS - and that was not a deep cut! That was the item with the CAR! Mel becomes our 2nd car winner of the day!

Last deal of the day involves Chelsea the Unicorn(at homie - SAHM from Martinsville, VA). The game is BLANK CHECK. Chelsea wants to make the highest amount possible. Here's how. We have four colored rectangles on stage - red/yellow/blue/green. Behind each of these colored rectangles are numbers from 0-9. Chelsea will place the rectangles from left to right to make the best amount. She does so in this order - Red, Yellow, Green Blue. We reveal three of the four numbers from right to left $ _ 1 0 0 . Will Chelsea keep the check or take the Big Box? She keeps the check and passes on the Big Box which was designer accessories from Michael Kors with Styling tools and Biosilk Coconut Oil Products worth $3,849! Chelsea pulls off the rare feat of making the biggest check possible - $3,100 in cash!

Who trades for a shot at $21,546? Mitchell trades his trip to St. Maarten!

He picks 2. 3 was a new kitchen with refrigerator, gas range and dishwasher along with a year of Bono Italian Oils and Products worth $3,443! 1 was a new hot tub from Viking Spas worth $7,999 and $13,547 in cash for installation! That was the Big Deal worth $21,546! Mitchell wins a Fly Fishing trip to Montana for 6N worth $8,167!

The Masked Dancer
by Chico Alexander
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Fox: Sunday 8p/7c
Host: Craig Robinson with Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green, Ken Jeong, & Ashley Tisdale
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Last time, we met the Sloth, the Ice Cube, the Zebra, Cotton Candy, and the Moth. Ice Cube would melt the costume as Bill Nye, leaving us with four, who'll dance for you tonight.

Joining the panel tonight is "I Can See Your Voice" regular Cheryl Hines.

First up, the ZEBRA, who has been missing the taste of adrenaline since his "golden promion" to Z.E.O. He helps others who may not be able to help themselves. His childhood was surrounded by poverty and crime. Additional clues: dad's appliances, the UFC, cinnamno, and a broken record. He's dancing to "All My Life" by K-Ci & JoJo.
- WORD UP CLUE: "Champion".

Next up, COTTON CANDY takes the floor. After last week's fall, she's determined to come back. She's felt "iced out" by kids her age. We see lipstick and a hawk. She is dancing to "Sour Candy" by Lady GaGa featuring Blackpink.
- WORD UP CLUE: "Team player".

Then we have the MOTH, who never thought she'd be on the stage dancing on national TV. She doesn't want her traumatic past to define her future. Clues include a newspaper saying "Survivor Speaks! Be Brave. Be Smart". She sways to "Sway" by Michael Bublé.
- WORD UP CLUE: "Bestseller."

Finally, it's the SLOTH. Last week was one of the scariest things he's ever done... just kidding! We see "Maximum velocity" and a boombox. He dances to "Up Where We Belong" by Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes.
- WORD UP CLUE: "Leading Man".

UNMASKING #3: Who will not advance past the group stage? It is... THE MOTH. Final guesses...
- Brian: Elizabeth Smart
- Ashley: Jewel
- Cheryl: Megyn Kelly
- Ken: Karlie Kloss
- Paula: Kathy Griffin
THE MOTH IS... activist, speaker & author ELIZABETH SMART!

So we will see Cotton Candy, Sloth, and Zebra join the survivors of Group A... who'll be revealed next time.

Master Minds
by Chico Alexander
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GSN: 4p/3c
Host: Brooke Burns
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Charlevoix, MI
building manager for an advertising agency
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entrepreneur, podcaster & volunteer
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high school AP history teacher
Ken Jennings
The Trivia Legend
Muffy Maracco
The Historian
Jonathan Corbblah
The Chess Wizard

ROUND 1: Ken and Jonathan are seven for seven for 700. Muffy has 400. For the challengers, Ty leads with 500 to 400 for Maria and 300 for Jerry.

ROUND 2: Ty had a comeback round to go to 900 to 400 for Maria & 300 for Jerry. Jonathan has 1300 to 900 for Ken. With 400, Muffy is out of it.
- 400-POINT QUESTION in "History": in October 1787, what essay series began appearing in New York newspapers supporting ratification of the Constitution? Both Jerry & Jonathan have "The Federalist Papers" to join Ty and Ken in the Speed Round.

- Ty keeps Jerry at bay, 3000-700.
- Jonathan escapes Ken, 7000-2800.

Q1: In what pop classic by Peggy Lee would you hear the lyrics "Never know how much I love you"? ("Fever")
- Ty 1 - 1 Jonathan
Q2: "At Full Steam" & "A Few Days on Land" were chapters in what Jules Verne novel? ("20,000 Leagues Under the Sea")
- Ty 1 - 1 Jonathan
Q3: In 1945 Grand Rapids became the first community to include what practice in processing its drinking water? (Fluoridation)
- Ty 1 - 2 Jonathan
Q4: The first motion picture special effects were seen in Alfred Clark's 1895 reenactment of what woman's 1587 execution? (Mary, Queen of Scots)
- Ty 2 - 2 Jonathan
Q5: What Neo-Futurist architect designed the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport & the Gateway Arch? (Eero Saarinen)
- Ty 2 - 3 Jonathan

Name That Tune
by Chris Wolvie
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Fox: 9p/8C
Host: Jane Krakowski with Randy Jackson & the Name That Tune Orchestra
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Pearl River, NY
2nd grade teacher

Hoboken, NJ
karaoke enthusiast

PRIMARY ROUND: REMIX'D - A well-known song is played in a different genre, making it tricky to recognize.  First to buzz-in with the right title gets the money.
- $1000 - (as a rock song) "Let's Hear It For the Boy" by Deniece Williams (Nicole)
- $2000 - (Bossa Nova) "Crazy" by Brittany Spears (Nicole)
- $3000 - (Europop) "All-Star" by Smash Mouth (Ciara)
- $4000 - (Country) "Pony" by Ginuwine (Nicole)
- $5000 - (Reggae) "Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj (Nicole...who gets a BONUS PRIZE of a Roomba!)
- $6000 - (Punk) "Juice" by Lizzo (Ciara)


BID-A-NOTE - A clue is read and the contestants bid on how few notes from Randy's piano they can name that tune in.  Bidding ends at one note or when one tells the other to "Name That Tune".  The notes are played and, if they get it right, they get the money.  Get it WRONG and the opponent gets ten notes and a chance to steal.  Whoever has more money at round's end goes to the Golden Medley.
- $10,000: "Have a seat; you'll love the view from up here."  Nicole says she can get it in six notes.  The notes are played...and she gets "A Whole New World" from the "Aladdin" soundtrack.
- $15,000: "This 2014 tune can brighten up any person's home."  Nicole goes for five notes this time...and she gets it wrong.  Ciara gets all ten notes...and gets "Chandelier" by Sia.
- $20,000: "Her bodyguard got more than he bargained for."  Nicole AGAIN wins the bidding with six notes...and thanks God that she recognizes "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston (orig. Dolly Parton)
- $25,000 (FTW): "In 1976, this wild bunch tried to prove they weren't vanilla."  Nicole sweeps the bidding with five notes...and BLOWS it!  Ciara gets all ten notes...and WINS with "Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry! (Nicole had added "White Boy", which was wrong.)


GOLDEN MEDLEY - Ciara needs to name seven songs in 30 total seconds.  The clock starts when the song does and stops when Ciara presses a button to name it or pass.  Passed songs CAN be returned to.  Each right answer adds $10,000 to her total.  If she gets all seven before the clock hits zero, the round money is augmented to $100,000!  One wrong answer or time runs out...and the game ends.
- #1: "Shout" orig. by the Isley Brothers (got with :27)
- #2: "Opposites Attract" by Paula Abdul (PASSED with :25)
- #3: "Simply Irresistable" by Robert Palmer (PASSED with :21)
- #4: "Need You Now" by Lady A(ntebellum) (got with :19)
- #5: "Family Affair" by Mary J. Blige (PASSED with :15)
- #6: "Beautiful People" by Ed Sheeran (got with :12)
- #7: "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper (got with :10)
- PASSED #2: PASSED AGAIN with :08
- PASSED #3: PASSED AGAIN with :06


Los Angeles
beauty demonstrator & "soccer mom"

St. George, UT
married at 22 & "brony"

PRIMARY ROUND: SPIN ME ROUND - A wheel of nine genres is spin and the band plays a song from the genre it lands on.  First to buzz-in with a right answer gets money. (Not exactly "Melody Roulette" but...)
- $1000 - (Pop) "I'm Like a Bird" by Nelly Furtado (Devin steals)
- $2000 - (Hip Hop) "Black and Yellow" by Wiz Khalifa (Devin)
- $3000 - (Divas) "If You Had My Love" by Jennifer Lopez (neither)
- $4000 - (Psychedelic) "Magic Carpet Ride" by Steppenwolf (Melissa, who wins a BONUS PRIZE of a "hoverboard"!)
- $5000 - (Girl Group) "Hold On" by Wilson Phillips (Melissa)
- $6000 - (TV Theme) "90210 Theme" composed by John E. Davis (Melissa)


- $10,000: "There's gonna be crickets in here if you can't name this tune."  Devin asks for five notes...and he gets "When You Wish Upon a Star" by Cliff Edwards from the "Pinocchio" soundtrack
- $15,000: "In the summer of 1979, the heat was unbelievable."  Melissa gets five notes as well...and can't get it!  Devon gets all ten notes...and gets "Hot Stuff" by Donna Summer.
- $20,000: (missed by both, not aired)
- $25,000 (FTW): "Gene and the gang were put on Earth for one reason."  Devin says he can name it in six notes...and WINS with "I Was Made For Lovin' You" by KISS


- #1: "Heart of Glass" by Blondie (PASSED with :26)
- #2: "Somebody To Love" by Jefferson Airplane (PASSED with :21)
- #3: "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears For Fears (got with :20)
- #4: "Say Something" by A Great Big World (got with :16)
- #5: "Paparazzi" by Lady Gaga (got with :12)
- #6: "Watermelon Sugar" by Harry Styles (PASSED with :09)
- #7: "Black Velvet" by Alannah Myles (PASSED with :06)
- PASSED #1: GOT with :06
- PASSED #2: INCORRECT! (said "NEED Somebody To Love") GAME OVER!


The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
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CBS/CBS All Access: 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
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Record today: 2-4
Record for week 8: 8-9-1
Record this season: 92-101-11
Total won today*: $76,269
Total won this week*: $249,868
Total won this season*: $2,614,598
Perfect bids: 4/204
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/0
DSWs/DOBs: 1/4
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 1/1
Best week: Week 4 - $395,372
$2M passed: 1/4/21

*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the nearest dollar

Lucas Miller, Keisha Walton, John Fornof, and Kristina Rasband kick off Hump Day at the world famous Television City with a trip to Temecula (3n via rental car @ Carter Estate Winery & Resort). The $2604 vacation goes to John, who can win $16,000 in IT'S IN THE BAG.
- Nissin Cup Noodles for 49c? YES!
- Pain Block Flexi-Stretch pain tape for $13.99? YES!
- Heinz gravy for $1.99? YES!
- Nestle cookie dough ice cream for $5.99? YES! And he stops there.
Was the Snack Factory pretzel crisps $3.99? Nope. Good job at $8000!

Lucas gets a $570 home security system. Next for him is a bedroom with weighted blankets, masks & linens AND a ZenBook laptop in COMING ($6438) or GOING ($8346). He goes with going... he's wrong.

Danine Diew wants to parlay a $999 pop-a-shot into a 2021 VW Jetta S in CARD GAME. She draws a $3000 window and a bid of $21,200. Anything between that and $24,200 is a win. The price... $21,708!

Lucas spins out $1000 on the Big Wheel. Meanwhile, Kristina gets a $2000 4KTV. Can she win a set of Marc Jacobs purses and a treadclimber in the BARGAIN GAME?
- Purses - $2360
- Treadclimber - $1800
She picks the purses. The treadclimber is $2499. The purses are... $3460. And $1100 beats $600 if my math is correct, and it usually is.

Keisha gets off the schneid with a $1447 iPad Pro with accessories. Next for her, a trip to Canada (6n @ The Rimrock Resort Hotel Banff) in BALANCE GAME.
- Bags: $552, $1000, $2000, $4000
She goes with $5552. It is... too light. It was $6552.

Charles Rosenman wins a $1300 morganite/gold ring and a chance at a 4K camcorder, an all-in-one washer/dryer with $1500 from Tom & Sheri's, and a 2021 Kia Rio S in RAT RACE. She gets two picks - Blue & Orange - from a $2.99 Reynolds Cut-rite wax paper and a $189 IKEA Symfonisk speaker lamp. Down the stretch they come... and it's Green by a length followed by Yellow, Orange (camcorder win), Pink, and Blue. Charles will try again in ...

THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES! First up, pizza anyone? We have  a pizza oven, a trip to Boston (6n @ The Colonnade), and a 2021 Hyundai Elantra SE. Top winner Charles bids $28,500. Lucas gets a blender, a set of Michael Kors clothes & shoes, and a 2021 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport. He bids $25,000. Actual price... $32,369, a difference of $7369. Actual price of Charles' Showcase... $29,380 to win with a difference of $880! That's a great bid! It's also a great total overall, $31,872.

25 Words or Less
by Chico Alexander
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Syn: Check local listings
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playing for Carol (WCVB Boston)
playing for Patty (WXCW Fort Myers)
Melissa Peterman
"Young Sheldon"
Wilson Cruz
"Star Trek: Discovery"
Wendie Malick
"The Owl House"
Cristela Alonso
"His Dark Materials"

- Wilson vs. Cristela: stubble, minus, sweater, set, vet. Wilson declares 14... and gets two. 250 to Annette.
- Cheryl vs. Annette: registration, afraid, twelve, duty, Mike Tyson. Cheryl goes for 16... and goes up to 250.
- Melissa vs. Wendie: professional, tool, half & half, thinner, producer. Wendie bids 11... and blurts out "tool". Cheryl leads, 500-250.

ROUND 2: Cheryl takes the board first...
- CHERYL's list: mess (250), wine cellar (500), Oscar the Grouch (500), jump rope (250), shrimp cocktail (1000)
- ANNETTE's list: Kevin Bacon (500), iguana (1000), locket (250), tongue twister (1000), maniac (500)

Cheryl sweeps for 2500 plus the bonus, 4000 total. Annette sweeps to win, 4500-4000. Cheryl leaves with a gift card from See's Candies.

MONEY ROUND: Cheryl get vet, sick, broccoli, dieet, and lava for a trip to Florida (5n @ TradeWinds).

Wheel of Fortune
Jason Block
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Syn/YesTV: 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
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Total for Today - $82,399
Total for Week 18 - $210,197
Total for the Season: $4,603,520
Bonus Win Percentage: 28/88
Bonus Round Losses Cash: $1,742,000
Bonus Round Losses Cars: 3 BMW i3s, 1 Mini Cooper Convertible, 3 Ford Escape Hybrid SUVs, 1 Ford Explorer, 1 Buick Encore, 2 Jeep Compasses, 3 Toyota Highlanders, 4 Ford Edges,
$1,000 Consolation Prizes: 14
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 3/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 15/10/6
Car Wins: 6
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 1/2
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins:
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 22/88/1/17
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 43/88/8/21
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 27/20/5
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 44/25/12
$2,500 Space Hit - 27
$3,500 Space Hit - 58
$5,000 Space Hit - 5
Bankrupt Space Hit - 252
Lose A Turn Hit - 79
Vowels Missed:
A -21 E- 14 I -13 O- 22 U -4
Missed solves - 9
Repeated a letter/vowel - 14
Perfect Rounds: 31
House Minimums - 27
Gift Tags hit/won/lost: 64/24/29
Free Play Hit: 79
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 2/88
Best Week: Road Trip - $350,996
Best Player: Calais Harvey - $129,300
Bankrupt Losses: $494,450 + 3 Prizes of Unknown Value
Left on the Table: $1,209,500 + 11 Trips of Unknown Value
Red Podium Win - 30
Yellow Podium Win - 30
Blue Podium Win - 28
Worst Week: America's Game(I) - Week 9 - $192,957
3M Earned - 11/30/2020 - 56 Shows (18 + 17 + 21)

A : 2
M :2
E : 3
R: 1
I : 1
C: 5
A: 6
': 6
S: 1
G: 4
A: 2
M: 1
E : 7
S: 1
P: 5
I: 6
N: 4
& : 3
W: 8
I : 6
* - 4
** - 3
*** - 4

BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? -18/11/1/10
EVENT(s) -17/6/3/3
SHOW BIZ -1/0/0/0
LIVING THING(s) -10/6/1/5
PHRASE -51/17/5/12
FOOD & DRINK -18/13/5/8
THING(s) - 84/7/2/6
FUN & GAMES -5/3/0/3
PLACE(s) -13/7/3/4
OCCUPATION(s) -1/1/1/0

It's Day 3 of "Rail Tour!" week!

The $1,000 Tossup is PLACES. Rebecca Berg from Tuscadero, CA solves BEAUTIFUL LOCATIONS for $1,000. She is a married bookkeeper who loves wine tasting. Erica Thomas from Fontana, CA is a welfare eligibility worker with 3 sons. She loves 80s movies. Rachel Carpenter from Sherman Oaks, CA designs jewelry and manages artists in the music industry.

Next week, we are giving away trips from Collette in the "Show You The World" Giveaway! The $2,000 Tossup is ON THE MAP. Rebecca has $3,000 with DODGE CITY.  We add this to the wheel - an Amtrak Vacations Rail Tour of Seattle and San Francisco worth $8,599! Rebecca starts SONG LYRICS and after a lot of work, loses $3,100 on Bankrupt. Erica picks up the train trip with a $500 V and solves I'VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD for $2,100 and the train trip. She has $10,699 in cash and prizes!  We move on to...

The Noom Mystery Round which is started by Erica as well! It's SAME NAME. She doesn't risk $3,350 on the mystery wedge but misses. Rachel misses. Rebecca hits 2 $3,500 H's but misses. Erica solves PINBALL & WASHING MACHINE for $3,350. She has $14,049 in cash and prizes! We move on to...

The Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is started by Rachel. It's THING. She misses. Rebecca hits 2 Free Play I's and solves A FLIGHT TO COSTA RICA for $2,850 and a trip to Aruba! NO! Of course Rebecca is going to Costa Rica at La Paz Waterfall Gardens worth $7,100! She has $12,950 in cash and prizes!

The Triple Tossup category is WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Rebecca has $2,000 with ROCKING IN A ROCKING CHAIR, another $2,000 with SWIVELING IN A SWIVEL CHAIR and Rebecca sweeps all the tossups with her $2,000 solve of EATING IN A HIGH CHAIR. Rebecca has the lead with  $18,950 in cash and prizes including her Costa Rica trip! Erica is going on a NW Train Trip with $14,049 in cash and prizes. Rachel is hoping to get on the scoreboard. Rebecca starts THE 90S but we go right into a FINAL SPIN worth $1,700 a letter! Rebecca solves DANCES WITH WOLVES for $3,400 and seals her win with $22,350 in cash and prizes! Erica leaves with $14,049 in cash and prizes. Rachel gets the consolation $1,000.

The Pre-Bonus Round total is $37,399! Rebecca picks PLACE over THING and WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

Rebecca lands on the P in SPIN wedge. With the RSTLNE and her choices of C D B A we have:

L _ C A L
_ _ B B _ / S _ _ _

Rebecca can buy anything she wants from her LOCAL HOBBY SHOP with $45,000 in bonus cash! She leaves with $67,350 in cash and prizes!