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May 27, 2015

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Bullseye Premiere
by Chico Alexander
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Fox: 9p/8C
Host: Kellan Lutz & Godfrey
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Total for today: $25,000
Total for the Season: $25,000
Bonus Win Percentage: 0/1
Dropouts: 1
Peeks: 1
Copies: 1
Saves: 1
Eight people are competing for $50,000, and all they have to do is hit the bullseye in three rounds.
Los Angeles
restaurant host
Rockport, TX
personal trainer
Glendale, CA
health teacher
Lynchburg, VA
hip-hop instructor
Marila, NY
full-time student
Austin, TX
fashion designer
Sao Paulo, Brazil

CHALLENGE 1: Each player will he hanging via helicopter 1000 feet in the air. It's up to each to release their Bullseye Bomb at the right moment. You'll get two chances to hit the bullseye. The two men & two women who are the closest will move on. The rest get NOTHING!

Kristina: 39 ft        Matt: 19 ft 8 in - OUT
Ashley: 44 ft - OUT    Chris: 16 ft 10 in
Jena: OUT              Deesil: 17 ft 1 in - OUT
Jhaza: 41 ft           Rashad: 13 ft

CHALLENGE 2: You're going Bobbing for Bullseyes. Suspended 50 feet upside down over a tank of water, you'll be plunged into the tank seven times. You'll have to release as many bullseyes as possible. The three players who release the most bullseyes will move on to the final challenge.

Kristina: 12
Jhaza: 10 - OUT
Rashad: 16
Chris: 11

CHALLENGE 3: It's the Bullseye Buggy Jump. You'll have to hit the eight Bullseyes in the fastest time. Five of them will be stationary, while three will be moving after a jump. Fastest time wins $50,000!

Rashad: :56.2
Kristina: TIME OUT

And Rashad becomes the first ever Bullseye Champion to win $50,000!

@midnight with Chris Hardwick
by Chico Alexander
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Comedy Central: 12:01a/11:01p
Host: Chris Hardwick
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Tom Lennon
"The Odd Couple"
Natasha Leggero
"Another Period"
Doug Benson
"Doug Loves Movies"

While you were busy running for President again EVEN WHEN YOU KNOW YOU HAVE ZERO SHOT AT WINNING... Rick Santorum, we were getting something together that was genuinely entertaining. Tonight's #HashtagWars: #ClickbaitAMovie to celebrate "clickbait" being added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Tom leads with 600 to the others' 500.

Next up, Weekend at Sunburnie's (ouch) and Resumayday (fun with resumes on YouTube). Tonight's Live Challenge: Resumayday 2: This Time, It's Personal. Now you have to make a video resume on your own. Everybody gets 5000 and the job.

Rounding third with Charlie Charlie, Are You There? We don't know what the Charlie Charlie Challenge is... but we know all three players are moving on, because it's that kind of day!

FTW: A Chinese millionaire bought two gold Apple Watches for his dog. Send a text as this dog. The winner: "I'm a watch dog. Hee hee. #arf." And DOUG BENSON breaks Tom Lennon's streak!

Remember, today's funny becomes tomorrow's source material. Follow the game online @midnight.

500 Questions
by Chris Wolvie

ABC: 8p/7c; also check listings
Host: Richard Quest
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  After Steve made it through one-third of his 500 Questions, he got "three Wrongs" and, thus, according to the motto, he was "gone!". Adam then stepped in and used his Sheldon Cooper-esque memory to score $15,000 by getting 16 of his 19 questions correct. Current challenger Pam has to bide her time and hope Adam gets a second "Wrong" on #20, allowing her to choose the category that will, hopefully, knock the giant killer out. Back to the action...
Adam Villani
Simi Valley, CA
city planner
Photographic Memory & Top 3% World Quizzing
Pam Mueller

doctoral candidate at Princeton
cum laude at Harvard & 154 IQ

RANDOM 1/2          ART AND ARTISTS 1/1

Q: Published in 1848, what text claimed that history of society is "the history of class struggles"?
A: Communist Manifesto (correct; $16,000, Wrong wiped)

Q: In the movie "Jaws", a great white shark terrifies the beachgoers of what fictitious New England town?
A: Amity Island (Wrong 1)

(Adam will lead)
Q: A total of seven different letters are used in Roman numerals - the "I" (for 1) and which six others?
ADAM: M (1000)
PAM: V (5)
ADAM: C (100)
PAM: X (10)
ADAM: L (50)
PAM: D (500)
(All correct answers given; battle is a draw [no Wrongs, no Wrongs wiped, no money].)

Q: World War I erupted in Europe in 1914 following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in what city?
A: Sarajevo, Bosnia (correct; $17,000, Wrong wiped)

Q: What mural did Pablo Picasso paint in reaction to the bombing of a Spanish village by German warplanes in 1937?
A: Guernica (correct; $18,000)

We're at the milestone again. If Adam gets this 25th Question correct on the first try, 5 "large" is his whether he makes it to 500 or not.

Q: Who is the only U.S. President to have his face on two current standard issue state license plates?
A: Lincoln (correct; $19,000 + $5000 take-home)

Adam keeps the rolling up with two first-answers correct.

(Adam will lead)
Q: In "The Fellowship of the Ring" by J.R.R. Tolkien, the fellowship consists of Frodo and what eight other characters?
PAM: Gandalf
ADAM: Merridoc
PAM: Legolas
ADAM: Gimli
PAM: Pippin
ADAM: Theodin (WRONG; Wrong 1)
(Also: Aragorn, Boromir)

Q: Sophie Friederike Auguste became better known by what name when she assumed the throne of Russia in 1762?
A: Catherine the Great (correct; $22,000, Wrong wiped)

Q: What are the last four words in the novel "Gone with the Wind"?
A: "Tomorrow is another day." (Wrong 1)

Q: What body of water in Minnesota is the source of the Mississippi River?
A: Lake Itasca (correct; Wrong wiped)

Q: In the Nero Wolfe series of mysteries, what type of flowers does Nero raise?
A: Orchids (Wrong 1)

Q: In 2013, what Internet entrepreneur funded an expedition team that discovered the engines from Apollo 11 on the ocean floor?
A: Jeff Bezos (founder of (Wrong 2)

034/500 CATEGORY (chosen by Pam) - COMPANIES
Q: In 2010, BP was the focus of global scrutiny when which of its oil rigs exploded?
A: Deepwater Horizon (correct; $23,000, Wrongs wiped)

Relieved of the stress of his first "two Wrong" saving, Adam gets three right in a row for three grand.

(Adam will lead)
Q: Besides William Howard Taft, who were the last ten U.S. Presidents with a law degree?
ADAM: Clinton
PAM: Obama
ADAM: Nixon
PAM: Truman (WRONG!; $27,000)
(Also: Ford, FDR, Coolidge, Wilson, McKinley, Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison)
[Wow,...Adam beat the the LAWYERS category!]

Q: Texas State University researchers have linked the dramatic sunsets of "The Scream" painting by Edvard Munch to the violent 1883 explosion of what volcano?
A: Krakatoa (correct; $28,000)

Q: In "Life of Pi", a boy is marooned on a lifeboat with a ferocious Bengal tiger and what three other animals?
A: Zebra, orangutan, hyena (Wrong 1 [couldn't even name one])

(Adam will lead)
Q: Based on the most recent U.S. Census, what are the six most populous cities in the state of Ohio?
ADAM: Columbus
PAM: Cleveland
ADAM: Cincinnati
PAM: Dayton
ADAM: Toledo
PAM: Akron
(All correct answers given; battle is a draw [no Wrongs, no Wrongs wiped, no money].)
[For those of you scoring at home {or even if you're by yourselves}, that's three out of four Battle Questions ending in a draw between these two!]

Q: What state has the longest freshwater shoreline?
A: Michigan (correct; $29,000, Wrong wiped)
[Category swept, as a Battle draw counts as a "correct" in stats.]

Q: The Stephen King thriller "Cujo" features a killer canine of what breed?
A: St. Bernard (Wrong 1)

Q: In 1970, Paul Orfalea gave people easy access to new office technology with what company named for his curly hair?
A: Kinkos (correct; $30,000, Wrong wiped)

Three corrects and three grand later, we get to the crucial point. If Adam gets one of the next three right, Pam cannot knock him out and he'll move on to the next round and challenger.

Q: What Spanish surrealist designed the dream sequence of the 1945 Alfred Hitchcock film "Spellbound"?
A: Salvador Dali (correct; $34,000)

Q: In 2012, what film director became the first person to make a solo dive in a submarine to the Challenger Deep, the deepest point in the sea?
A: James Cameron (correct; $35,000)

Q: One of the Old Masters, painter Domenikos Theotokopoulos was better known by what name?
A: El Greco (correct; $36,000)

Adam completes his first fifty with seven straight corrects, sweeping five categories and getting 40 right. He pockets $41,000 and sends Pam home with nada. He's only 10% done, though,...and here comes the next challenger...
Adam Villani
Simi Valley, CA
city planner
Photographic Memory & Top 3% World Quizzing

Mehrun Etebari
Washington, DC
energy & foreign policy analyst
speaks 5 languages & got a Masters from Yale

FOOD                RANDOM (of course)

Q: In what 1726 satirical novel would you find the land of Brobdingnag?
A: Gulliver's Travels (correct; $1000)

Q: What phonetics professor created by George Bernard Shaw resided at 27A Wimpole Street in London?
A: Henry Higgins (Wrong 1)

(Adam will lead)
Q: What are the ten most populous member countries of the European Union?
ADAM: Germany
MEHRUN: United Kingdom
ADAM: France
ADAM: Spain
MEHRUN: The Netherlands
ADAM: Poland
MEHRUN: Czech Republic (WRONG; $2000, Wrong wiped)
(Also: Romania, Belgium, Greece)

Q: In what popular 1990 novel does most of the action occur on Isla Nublar?
A: Jurassic Park (correct; $3000)
[Remember, "Jurassic World" in theaters June 12. :) ]

One, two, three, four, five, six, SEVEN in a row for $6000 more and then...

(Adam will follow)
Q: Until Rosie O'Donnell left the show in 2015, what 12 other women have been regular co-hosts of "The View"?
MEHRUN: Whoopi Goldberg
ADAM: Elisabeth Hasselback
MEHRUN: Barbara Walters
ADAM: ... (TIME UP!; Wrong 1)
(Also: Joy Behar, Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Debbie Matenopoulos, Lisa Ling, Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace)


by Pierre Jason Kelly
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GSN: 8p/7c & 8:30p/7:30c
Host: Ben Gleib
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  Another hump day, another week of idiotest to get to. We start with....
Jenny & Dan
Taylor & Lindsay

Let the Idiotest....barbecue.

ROUND 1: Newlyweds: Which one has the longest blades? It's...the ceiling fan. 2 20-dollar bills to start it off. Dating: Touch the biggest clue that you probably AREN'T in the USA anymore. The car's dashboard gives them a 120-40 advantage. Newlyweds: Larry's going about this all backwards. What should he do to get into shape- lips, nips, tips or sips? And they're out of shape...and time. Nips is spin spelled backwards. Dating: Which person clearly had a nose job? The upside down boy adds a Benjamin to their score going into break.

ROUND 2: Jenny: Touch the number of buttons you use to dial 9-1-1. Jenny goes with 3. All you need is 2. No score. Taylor: Their one-yr. anniversary's tomorrow. How many days until their NEXT anniversary- zero, one, 30 or 367? One, dummy. 5 shy of 500 right now. Dan: Touch the green & the blue balls. Dan does it. $315. Lindsay: Which is definitely a Jedi night? Jedis Drink Free Fridays for you Star Wars fans out there. 5 shy of 800 going into the battle round.

HEAD TO HEAD: 1) Touch what precedes every divorce. Jenny gets Marriage, not "for." The Newlyweds are leading. One puzzle left..... 2) Touch the car that's parked legally. The dating couple makes a big comeback and the victory with "No cars but red in this row."

$2750 and the Smart Money Round... Logically (if half pipe, third degree & quarter lee), which image below should replace the question mark- flower, wheel, squirrel or cookie? Lindsay tries the ?....nope. Taylor goes for Wheel. An extra grand! $3750.

New game with: Donovan & Jeff (best friends) vs. Nadia & Dana (co-workers).  The latter took the 870-545 victory and it's Smart Money Round time! Touch the white border of the shape containing every letter in IDIOT. Dana tries the square...1 of 2. Can Nadia do it...nope. She picked the rectangle. $1870 for the 2.

Idiotest is over. Be smart. Don't be stupid.

by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
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  Dan knocked off a heck of a champ yesterday. He defends his title against..
Dan Feitel
orig. Gillette, NJ
Kate Cox
Arlington, VA
Jane Longacre
Ambler, PA

Dan starts with $200 The Other Acting Brother. At the TV timeout, the champ, who for a time had the only money in play, leads with $3800 to $1200 for Kate. Jane is in the red by $400.

Kate finds the Daily Double under $600 Sobriquets. She bets $1000 on this: newspaper: "The Gray Lady". "What is the New York Times?" RIGHT for $5000! She ends up with $5800, tied with Dan for the lead. Jane has $1200 and the first go in Double Jeopardy!...

... with $400 Anatomy, finding the first Daily Double under $1600. She fronts $2000 on this: rhyming names of 2 of the respiratory system's passageways; one leads to the other. She freezes on pharynx & larynx, dropping her to $400. Dan finds the other under $1600 On the Mediterranean. He risks $3000 on this: say hello to the 30+-story Shalom Tower in this city. "What is Tel Aviv?" RIGHT for $16,400! He ends up with $18,000. With Kate on $7000 and Jane on her way out the door with -$2000, it's the champ's game to lose.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Governors": governors of adjacent states, these 2 ex-prosecutors are also adjacent on an alphabetical list of governors.  Correct response: who are Christie & Cuomo?

Dan is originally from New Jersey, so this came as little shock to him. He adds another $18,000, giving him $45,599.

Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
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CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
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Maggie - $22,611(traded from $4,972)
Rayon - $6,002
Anna/Caleb - $4,538
Tiffiny - $3,102
Cassandra - $1,000
Patrick - $100 + BIG SEAT!
Fred - $0
Jackie - $0
Quickie Deals -$1,100

Big Deal Choice 1 - 30
Big Deal Choice 2 - 66
Big Deal Choice 3 - 71
Big Deal Location 1 - 62
Big Deal Location 2 - 40
Big Deal Location 3 - 65
Big Deal Wins- 52/167
Car Wins - 105

Total: $38,453
Total for Week 34 -$111,737
Total for the Season: $6,357,367.95
$6M Passed - 156 shows 5/12/2015 (129+27 shows)
Midweek madness starts off with Chef Patrick. Since the budget has been stretched this year, Patrick gets a cardboard box taped up with the letters TBD on the side. Will he take the box or the LMAD Envelope? Leftovers go to Tiffiny the Cookie and Patrick keeps the box. Tiffiny takes the envelope over $500 and is going to San Diego at the Catamaran Hotel and Spa for 3N via luxury car service worth $3,102! Will Patrick take the TBD Box or the Small Box? Leftovers go to Cassandra the Birthday Girl. Patrick sticks with the TBD Box. Cassandra takes $1,000 over the small box which was a 55" HDTV, 49" and 40" HDTVs worth $3,700! Patrick can take the TBD box or take Curtain 1. He sticks with TBD and passes on a new set of kitchen appliances including refrigerator, gas range, cookware dishwasher and cleaning supplies worth $6,943! Patrick wins Curtain 3...which was A GIANT COUCH! He wins $100 for getting up on to the couch!

Next up is Doctor Fred. He is playing for an $18,005 Mitsubishi Lancer ES Sedan! The game is 0 to 80! Fred has to get his car up to 80 mph in four token picks or less. His first pick is 20mph. Next one is 0mph. He passes on $500 to pick 30mph! He has 50mph and has to get 40mph! He passes on $1,000 to get....20mph! He has 70mph!

We need a couple and they are Anna and Caleb(farmer/housewife). Jonathan has a murse and Tiffany has a purse. Caleb passes on the Gucci Murse with an 16GB Iphone 5S worth $1,749! He goes for Curtain 1 and it is a new exercise bike from Lemond with fitness tracker worth $2,998! Anna picks the Zac Posen purse over the small box and it was a sushi dinner party for 6 with maid service for a year from Instamaids worth $4,000! She wins the purse and a Gucci Watch for a total of $1,540! They have $4,538 in prizes. Will they keep it or take the Big Box? They keep their prizes and pass on A GIANT PADDLE BALL!(ZONK)!

Jackie as one of Robin Hood's merry ladies is playing for a Scion xD worth $16,675! Jackie is playing ACCELERATOR. Jackie must spell CAR. We have 12 spaces divided equally into 4 C's, 4 A's and 4 R's. In round 1, Tiffany will spin the wheel and Jackie rolls the ball down the ramp and
it lands on the R and it's $1,700. Jackie can take the money or go for spin #2. However, all the R's are now ZONK spaces and if Jackie lands on an R, the game is over. Jackie decides to roll on and it's a C. She has $400 more and $2,100 total. This will be the last spin if she goes for
it. She has to land on one of the 4 A's left. All the C's and R's are now zonks. Jackie decides to go for the car and wins...NOTHING. She lands on a ZONK.

Maggie gets a clue from Tiffany's Diary about the green box. She packed her suitcase and headed out of town. Will she take the box or $1,000...$1,300?...$1,500? She takes the box and she is going to Seattle for 4N at the Warwick Seattle Hotel along with $1,000 in spending cash worth $4,972!

Last deal involves Rayon the King who is playing the Blank Check Game with the squares from left to right(red, yellow, blue and green). Rayon has to fill in the check to make the highest amount possible. He fills the check from left to right as yellow, red, blue green. We reveal the check from right to left as $ _ 0 0 2. Will he go for the check or take the Big Box? He takes the check and passes on a BBQ Package with grill and smoker worth $4,499! He wins $6,002! He almost got the biggest amount of $6,200 but he did very well for himself!

Who trades for a shot at $22,611? It's Maggie with her Seattle trip and cash! She picks 2. 1 was a new Kawasaki KLR Motorcycle worth $6,499! Maggie wins the BIG DEAL behind Door 2 and it starts for a 4N trip to Sandals Grand Riviera Resort in Jamaica AND a Ford Fiesta S Sedan worth $22,611! 3 was a new living room with 40" LED HDTV worth $4,190!

Lie Detectors
by Pierre Jason Kelly
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GSN: 9p & 9:30p/8 & 8:30c
Host: Rove McManus
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The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
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CBS: 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
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Record today: 4-2
Record this week: 11-7
Record this season: 463-485-42
Total today*: $72,277
Total this week*: $226,599
Total this season*: $11,785,837
Perfect bids: 41/990
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/6
DSWs/DOBs: 4/9
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 8/4
Best week: Week 8 (Big Money Week): $615,071
$11M Passed: 5/12/15

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


Happy Hump Day! We have Sonata Haley, Scott Rodgerson, Cheryl Diggs, and Lauren Frank bidding on a laptop & bag. The $1468 laptop goes to Sonata. She's not playing for a Hyundai, but rather a trip to Belize (6n @ Chabil Mar) in Flip Flop. The price is not $6863. She flops to $6836... and she's right!

Cheryl gets a $650 double swing. She'll party down with a patio set with party cart & margarita maker if she can unlock it in Safe Crackers. The dials for the cart: 0, 6, 8. She dials in a price of $680... but it was $860.

Scott picks up a $1899 electric bike, but he can dart around in a Dodge Dart if he wins Money Game...

65  43  80
20  50  18
75  19  95

Middle number: 2. 18... EASY! 50 and 43... money. 65... IS THE BACK! $93 in cash, $18,265 in car!

But Cheryl will play on in the Showcase. Meanwhile, Laurie Broman wins a $565 pair of New Nintendo 3DSes with games. Next on her agenda, an electric smoker, an HDTV, and a set of Valentino shoes. Which is the Most Expensive? It's gotta be the shoes, right? Smoker... $1295. TV... $2000. Shoes... $3115!

Lauren gets off the schneid with an $835 set of sunglasses and a shot at a digital camera & camcorder plus gas, concert tickets & dinner for a year at the checkout line of Grocery Game. On special tonight... sea salt and lots of it. We have Haagen-Dazs sea salt caramel gelato, Kettle sea salt potato chips, Pictsweet sea salt edamame, Balance bare sea salt caramel energy bar, and, of course, McCormick's sea salt grinder. First, the salt, each one is $3.49. A pair: $6.98. The gelato is $4.69. A pair: $9.38, for a total of $16.36. The potato chips are... $3.99, and that'll do it! A total of $20.35 is a win!

Erica Lelis wins a $1049 satellite radio... now if only we had a car to put that baby in.... here's one! It's a Hyundai Elantra in Gas Money!


$22,645 is worth... $1000. $21,799.... $2000 more! $18,060... was the car.

Laurie faces Cheryl in the Showcase. First up, this Showcase will knock your block off - a washer/dryer, a trip to North Carolina (6n @ Sanderling Resort in Duck), and a Nissan Juke S. Top winner Laurie bids $22,500. Cheryl gets a trip to Tivoli Gardens in Denmark (6n @ Copenhagen) and a Toyota Prius. She bids $22,000. Actual price.. $30,844, a difference of $8844. Laurie's Showcase.... $28,758, a difference of $6258 for the win! That gives her a total of $35,733!

Sports Jeopardy!
by Chico Alexander
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Crackle: streaming Wednesdays
Host: Dan Patrick with Kelly Miyahara
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1) Justin Shibilski: 50,500
2) Chris Yoxsimer: 44,500
3) Ty Sellers: 40,997

The last couple of weeks have been swarming with players who dared to bet big. One of them, Ty Sellers from last week, sits on the bubble with 40,997. Big score to be sure, but with the players we've had, you can never be too sure. 
Alan Hibino
Andover, MA
high school math teacher & coach
David Satin
commodities trader & grill master
Conrad Nussbaum
Hermosa Beach, CA
analytics director

Alan won the Best Nickname Contest in the back of the Man Cave, so he'll go first with 250 Net Losses. At the TV timeout, David has the lead locked down with 3250. Alan is up the gut with 1750. Conrad still in it with 1500.

David orders up the Denny's Daily Double under 750 Remember 2014?. He goes for 3K on this: Tonalist won the Belmont Stakes, preventing this colt from winning the Triple Crown. "What is California Chrome?" RIGHT for 7000! He ends up with 875 to 4500 for Conrad. Alan has 2000 and the board to kick off Double Jeopardy!...

... with the Daily Double CHOSEN (seasons 1-3 now streaming) off the bat under 1500 Tennis-y Williams. He's going yard on this: Venus & Serena Williams are part-owners of this NFL team along with Fergie, Marc Anthony & Gloria Estefan. "Who are the Miami Dolphins?" Welcome back to the game, you're at 4000! David hits the Best Buy Daily Double under 1000 Pitching the Perfect Game. And HE'S throwing it down-field on this: in 2004 MLB rated the performance of this tall lefty "PG-13": a perfect game with 13 strikeouts. "Who is Randy Johnson?" WITH AUTHORITY! He's up to 18,500! He ends the round in the lead, but with only 20,000... heh, ONLY 20,000... he is out of the running for a finale slot. Everyone's still in it for the $5000, though, with Conrad on 14,000 and Alan on 11,000.

FINAL SPORTS JEOPARDY! in "Olympic Sports": dominated by players from Asia in the Olympics, this sport is named for an ancestral home of England's Duke of Beaufort. Correct response: what is badminton?

Conrad and Alan are right.... so is David to win with 28,001, giving him the $5000! Conrad goes home with $2000, and Alan, $1000.

Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
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Syn/YesTV: 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White with Jim Thornton
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Total for today: $29,778
Total for Week 37: $85,068
Total for the Season: $10,456,290
Bonus Win Percentage: 63/183
Gooseeggs: 24
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 28/0
Mystery Round Prizes won: 14
Car Wins: 4
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 242/25
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 4/1
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 1/1
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 48/183/15
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 96/183/32
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 40/33
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 82/49
$2,500 Space Hit - 48
$3,500 Space Hit - 109
$5,000 Space Hit - 21
Bankrupt Space Hit - 568
Gift Tags won: 51
Free Play Hit: 186
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 9/183
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $1,200,274
Bankrupt Losses: $1,208,393
$10M Passed: 5/13/15 (154 + 19 shows)
It's the Midweek edition of "Wish You Were Here!" week! The $1,000 Tossup is EVENT. Danelle Christian from Missouri solves SPONTANEOUS ROAD TRIP. She is a married pharmacist with 3 kiddos and loves the Royals. John Nepotnik from Camarillo, CA is married with one son and works with the YMCA. He was born without a sense of smell. Jill Rosenblatt from Farmingville, NY is married for 10 years. She is a soccer mom of 2 girls and has been a server for 14 years.

The $2,000 Tossup is SHOW BIZ. John solves CAST IN THE LEAD ROLE for $2,000. We add this to the wheel and it's a trip to Paris from! It's worth $7,550! He starts PHRASE. He quickly dominates and solves TWO'S COMPANY THREE'S A CROWD for $3,200! He has $5,200!

Jill gets her shot and starts the Allegra-D Mystery round which is SAME NAME. She hits a Free Play E but misses a vowel. Danelle picks up the $1,000 GC with 2 $500 S's. She hits 3 Free Play O's but loses the GC and $1,000 on Bankrupt. John misses on the mystery wedge. Jill misses the solve. Danelle hits a Free Play G worth $500 and solves POPSICLE & POGO STICK for $1,200. (J-Note: Jill said POLO instead of POGO). She has $2,200.

Danelle also starts the Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is THING. She picks up the WC with a $500 R but misses. John solves PANORAMIC OCEAN VIEW for $1,550 and a trip to Costa Rica at the Si Como No Hotel worth $6,928! He has $13,678 in cash and prizes!

The $3,000 Tossup is WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Jill misses and Danelle has $5,200 with REACHING FOR THE STARS. She starts MOVIE TITLE, dominates and solves THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING for $4,550. She has $9,750 and we have time for...

...FOOD & DRINK. John and Jill miss. Danelle misses. John misses. Jill solves HOMEMADE CHEESECAKE for $3,350. We have time for even MORE puzzles!

It's THING and we go right into a $1,500 a letter FINAL SPIN. Danelle has $3,000 with EDUCATED GUESS. She leaves with $12,750. Jill leaves with $3,350! John hangs on with $13,678 in cash and prizes!

The Pre-Bonus Round Total is $29,778! John lands on the 2nd A in AMERICA'S. He is dealing with a THING. With the RSTLNE and his choices of D M W O we have:

_ N/ O L D
M _ T _

Tough. It was AN OLD MYTH. He misses $32,000 and leaves with $13,678 in cash and prizes!


Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood

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  Kim Lazar (Queens, NY) - Attorney
She wants to prove how smart she is.
(+1): Her friend, Katie

She turns to the audience on the 2nd question, getting $500 from that one. Her Plus One enters play for the 3rd, and thanks to her friend, $1,000 is added to her bank. She then jumps the 4th, which had $5,000. She has $11,500 when she sees this...

In addition to bragging rights, South Koreans who win Olympic medals earn the right to do what?
A: Avoid active military duty
B: Disobey traffic laws
C: Serve in the National Assembly
D: Not pay taxes

Kim eliminates B, and she's leaning towards A. She's not really sure, though. After plenty of thought and consideration, she decides to walk with $5,750. The answer, as it turns out, is indeed A.

To end the episode, Lindsey (Phoenix, AZ), John (Trumbull, CT), Sarah (Trumbull, CT) and Chandler (Jersey City, NJ) are chosen from the audience to play Fastest Feet in the hopes of splitting $1,000.

Their answers...
Lindsey: News Feed
John: Like button
Sarah: Timeline
Chandler: FarmVille

The question: Put these Facebook features in order by the date they were launched, starting with the earliest.

They use most of the 60 seconds on their first try, coming up with News Feed, Like button, FarmVille, Timeline... and they're right for $1,000!