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11 Days, $394,700

Jeopardy!
by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah Whitcomb-Foss
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  A win today will put Austin in a tie for fifth for longest run of champions (behind Ken Jennings, Julia Collins, David Madden, and Matt Jackson).
 
11 DAY CHAMPION
Austin Rogers
New York City
bartender
$394,700
Lisa Rhae Burgess
Surfside Beach, CA
retired high school teacher
Brian Kato
Washington, DC
State Department contractor

JEOPARDY! ROUND: TV Sitcoms by Mom, They're History!, ACC Schools, B Off!, Carve Out, A Place For Yourself.

Austin starts with $200 TV Sitcoms by Mom. AT the TV timeout, Austin leads with $4400 to $2800 for Lisa. Brian is on $600.

Austin finds the Daily Double under $800 A Place For Yourself. He fronts $4200 on this: Undershaw, home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, included this writing room, perhaps decorated in scarlet? "What is a study?" RIGHT for $11,400! He ends up with $12,600 to Lisa Rhae's $4800. Brian, on $2400, will get the first go in...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: The National Recording Registry, Going to the Mattresses, There'll Always Be an England, 3-Letter Words, Power to the Papal, "Au"thors.

... with $400 "Au"thors, finding the first Daily Double under $1200. He bets it all on this: confess that you know the name of this prolific writer & Bishop of Hippo. He blanks on Augustine. He can make up for it on the next Daily Double under $1600 There'll Always Be an England. He wagers the $2000 max on this: Edward the Confessor died without a direct heir to the throne in this crucial year of English history. "What is 1066?" RIGHT for $2400! He ends up with $7200 to $6400 for Lisa Rhae. But with $15,400, it's Austin's game yet again to lose.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Visual Vocabulary": a Latin word for a sea creature, in photography, it's a color that conveys nostalgia. Correct response: what is sepia?

Everyone's right as Austin goes over the $400K mark with $411,000 for 12!

Face Value
by Chico Alexander
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BET: 10p/9c;
Host: Deon Cole with Tiffany Haddish
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Leslie & Regina
friends & Mensa members

Demesio & Cameron
coworkers at a high school

Essence Atkins
"Marlon"

Affion Crockett
comedian

SNAP JUDGMENT: Thanks to guessing whether an ample-bosomed server named Sherese went to college - she did - Team Essence leads with 200 to 100.

GET A CLUE: Going to "Arnold the gay dude from Guatemala" for the ladies: how many people were in his car when coming to America: 3, 5, more than 7, or just him? They go with "just him". But it was him... and his parents. Team Affion leads, 300 to 200.

GOING DEEP: This week, we pulled Deborah, Lisa, & Jake to play with Arnold to answer more questions. Affirmatives are worth 300, and the team with the most points at the end wins. After 4 questions, Team Essence wins, 800 to 600!

$10,000 BONUS ROUND: Choose one of the four from the previous round, and answer yes/no questions about them. Get 10 matches in 60 seconds, and you win $10,000. They play with... JAKE, getting... only 7. But they do leave with $800 for the 800 they won in the front game.

Family Feud
by Jason Huhn
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Syn/YesTV: 3p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
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FOUR DAY CHAMPIONS
Granger

Mike, Cheri, Zac, Heather, Kyle
Atoka, OK
$
41,715

Cerasuolo
Melissa, Bryce, Mary-Jo, Mike, Sam
Haverhill, MA

A win today will give the Grangers the car.

SINGLE: 100 women: a way you like your men and your burgers.
1. Hot 35                5. Lean 4
2. Well-done 18
3. Beefy/Thick 16
4. Juicy 15


SINGLE: 100 married men: something your wife wants you to stop doing.
1. Snoring 18            5. Burping 9
2. Farting/Dutch oven16  6. Smoking 7
3. Watching porn 12      7. Breathing 5
4. Cussing/at kids 11    8. Leaving seat up 4


DOUBLE: if a female squirrel could talk, she might tell you the male squirrel's package, is the size of what kind of nut?
1. Peanut 51             5. Pistachio 4
2. Walnut 16             6. Pecan 3
3. Acorn 14              7. Almond 2
4. Pine nut 5            8. Hazelnut 2


TRIPLE: something you pick that could make you rich.
1. Numbers/Lotto 72
2. Mined gold/Jewels 7
3. Spouse 6
4. Stocks 5


Grangers got all the answers to win the car.

Mike & Kyle play Fast Money. Mike gets three #1s for 96. Kyle ends up with 53 more for a final tally of $42,460 PLUS the new car!

Fast Money #1 answers
- 100 single men: 1-10, what chance do you have of dating a girl who's a 10?: 5 (Mike)
- Fill in the blank. ______ breaker.: Heart
- A lie that everyone tells: Age (Mike)
- Something dogs and cats actually have in common: Fur/Hair (Mike)
- Something a woman buys when she wants to spoil herself: Clothes/Shoes


In the nightcap, the Potts family are challenged by the Philippis.

TRIPLE: a part of a person's body starting with the letter T that might be described as ugly.
1. Toes 47
2. Teeth 22
3. Tongue 8
4. Tummy 7

Phillippi got all the T parts to win.

Michael and Scott play Fast Money for $770.

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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Kim - $24,271(traded from $8,850)
Danielle - $11,554
Rebecca - $6,546
Ashley - $3,500
Samantha - $3,245
Devin - $1,500
Armando - $1,500
Donald - $100 + JUNKER.
Maieaisha - $100
Ryan - MEATY!

Quickie Deals - $300/$300
Quickie Deals Total - $3,600/$4,500

Big Deal Choice 1 - 5
Big Deal Choice 2 - 3
Big Deal Choice 3 - 9
Big Deal Location 1 - 8
Big Deal Location 2 - 5
Big Deal Location 3 - 4
Big Deal Wins- 6/17
Car Wins - 11
ZONKED - 18
ZONKS FOR THE SEASON - 19

Prizes not won today - $33,846
Prizes not won this season - $668,198


Total: $52,316
Total for Week 4 - $126,913
Total for the Season: $771,970
Best Week Week 1 - $233,704
Wednesday's Trading starts off with Donald the Security Tech, Danielle the Gumball Machine and Samantha the B marker on Google Maps. Each get a $500 Check. Only one can buy the Big Box. Samantha does and wins an Electronics package including a Macbook, 2 Ipads, 2 Sport Apple Watches and a 40" LED HDTV worth $3,245! Donald/Danielle get $500 more. They have $1,000 and Donald buys Curtain 2 which is a BEAT UP BUICK(ZONK)! Chris Ahearn gives him $100 for Donald's positive attitude. Danielle gets a check for 760 Polish Zloty to add to her $1,000. Will she take the money or take the mini-curtain. She takes the curtain and passes on $1,000 + $200 = $1,200. Danielle wins a trip to South Africa to Cape Town for 7N courtesy of South African Airways worth $11,554!

Ashley the Patriotic Lady is playing for a Honda Fit LX worth $17,765. We have four pairs of cards. Each pair has a hidden Ace. If Ashley can find the Ace twice, she will win $3,500. If she can find the ace 3 out of 4 times, she will win the Honda. In pair 1, she picks card 2 and it's an ACE. In Pair 2, she picks Card 2 again and it's the ZONK. In Pair 3, she sticks with 2 and it's THE ZONK. She can still win $3,500 and picks 2 one more time in Pair 4. She wins $3,500 with an ACE!

Kim the small hat lady gets $500 for all the small hats. She can earn up to $1,500 more if she can guess what items Jonathan has on the screen in EXTREME CLOSE UP FORM. She misses a PENCIL(the close up was the metal band on the end of the pencil). Kim gets STAPLER(the close up was the metal square where you put the paper to be stapled). and misses TYPEWRITER(the close up was the center hinge). Kim has $1,000. Will she keep it or take the Big Box(for 1/2 of your money) or take Curtain 1 for all her money? She takes Curtain 1. The Big Box would have given her $500 and THE WORLD'S FIRST SMARTPHONE(ZONK). Kim wins a new HOT TUB from Strong Spas. This 6 person hot tub is worth $8,850!

Ryan in the onesie gets the latest book in the LMAD Book Club - Dances with Cats. There is a mystery bookmark with cash. Will Ryan take the cash or take the small box? He takes the small box and Ryan passes on $3,333 in cash! Ryan wins ZONKY MEAT ACCESSORIES(ZONK!) Next is Devin the Cupcake who has Curtain 2 with a clue from Cat's Diary. The clue is - LATE AT NIGHT I SNEAK DOWNSTAIRS AND USE THE CURTAIN 2 PRIZE TO CURB MY LATE NIGHT CRAVINGS. Will Devin take Curtain 2 or $1,000? She takes the curtain...$1,500 is offered by Wayne - SHE TAKES THE CASH and passes on a new kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, coffee set and dining set! But wait - there's another entry in the diary. Jonathan reads "Sometimes I like to hide things in the kitchen". We open up the refrigerator and see that Devin could have won the kitchen package AND A TRIP TO SEATTLE worth $13,031!

Maieaisha the Gumball Machine and Armando the Ninja Turtle are playing ROCK PAPER SCISSORS. We have three screens and as you know, ROCK BEATS SCISSORS, SCISSORS CUTS PAPER AND PAPER COVERS ROCK. Winner gets $1,500 and moves on. Loser gets $100 and sits down. Maieaisha picks 2 and PAPER. Armando wins $1,500 with screen 1 and SCISSORS. Screen 3 is rock. Maieaisha sits down with $100. Now, Armando can play ROCK PAPER SCISSORS one more time, if he chooses to give back his $1,500. Under two screens is $100. The third screen says CAR. If Armando picks the right screen, he will drive off in a VW Jetta worth $19,815! Armando keeps the cash, but would have WON THE CAR if he picked ROCK.

Last deal involves a couple and they are Rebecca/Mark(Curtain 1/2). We have three boxes - red, green and blue. Each box contains either a prize or a zonk. We show them the Red box for free. They win designer jewelry from Shana Gulati worth $2,136! Will they try for two prizes with the Green Box? If they do and the Green Box is a zonk - the jewelry is gone. They go for the Green Box and add a pair of Smart Phones along with Camcorder glasses and a $500 Amazon GC worth $2,410! They have $4,546. Will they try for the sweep with the Blue Box? They TRY for the sweep and win...$2,000 IN CASH! They sweep with $6,546 in cash and prizes!

Who trades for a shot at $24,271? It's Kim with her hot tub!

She picks 3. 1 was dining room furniture from Mod Shop worth $7,071! 2 was an exercise bike with yoga package worth $2,299! That means Kim wins the Big Deal of the Day which starts with a trip to St. Lucia and the Landings Resort and Spa along with a 2018 Kia Rio LX worth $24,271!

The Price Is Right Dream Car Week
by Chico Alexander
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CBS: 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
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Record today: 1-4-1
Record for week 4: 8-8-2
Record this season: 47-49-6
Total today*: $72,226
Total this week*: $407,111
Total this season*: $1,615,952
Perfect bids: 1/102
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/0
DSWs/DOBs: 1/1
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 2/3
Best week: Week 1 ($512,653)
$1M passed: 10/4/17

*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the nearest dollar.
Hump Day at Dream Car Week begins with a JAGUAR! It could go to one of these four - Simara Schneider, Tim Hardebeck, Tracy Harden, or Dale Bautista - but first they have to play for a 3D 4KTV. The $2325 TV goes to Tracy who gets to play for a Toyota Prius C1 in Cover Up.

        4
      5 7
    7 8 0
  2 1 4 9
3 9 8 6 5
2 7 5 9 3


First try is $29,740... 2 is right. $27,183... the 1 & the 3 are right. So we're guaranteed another play with $22,193. But is it $22,153? No, it's $22,163.

Tim gets a $1299 camera package. He'll take it with him to Germany (6n @ Best Western Sindelfingen City, tickets to Mercedes Museum) if he wins Pick-a-Number.

$ ? 5 9 0
Numbers of great importance: 6 7 9

He picks the 7... and auf wiedersehen!

Dale gets a $1575 set of Helen Ficalora jewelry. He'll get a Chevy Camaro if he knows when That's Too Much! He thinks $26,649 is too much... and he's not even close. It was $27,595. So $27,995, right next door, was too much. He makes up for it at the Big Wheel.

Meanwhile, Danielle Anthony gets a $1374 smartphone with car-nav system. She's not playing for the Jaguar, though... but $10,000 is a nice down payment. Her game is 1/2 Off. She gets a $52 label maker, a $90 skin brush, a $70 electric toothbrush, and a $30 yogurt maker. She's down to 4, 5, 11, and 13. She picks #11... NOTHING. It was #5.

Jacob Blalock wins a $769 coffee package and a shot at Stella McCartney accessories and a washer/dryer in Do the Math. The money line is $1356. He wants to ADD. The accessories are $4465. The washer/dryer... $3109.

If Simara wants to play for the Jaguar, she needs to act here on a MacBook pro. The price: $2399. The winner... SIMARA! She's playing for the Jaguar F-Type S Coupe worth $88,395 in Let'em Roll. She gets the full compliment of 3 rolls. On the dies today: the three cars PLUS $2500, $5000, and $10,000. First roll is... three cars, $7500. She tries again... $12,500. Last roll... $20,000. Can't really cry for that. It's $20,000.

Will anyone win an Audi today? No. But Danielle will meet Dale in the Showcase.

First up, we have a treadmill, a Vespa, and a Fiat 500 Pop. Top winner Danielle passes, and Dale bids $22,999. Danielle has dream car parts with a trip to the Atlanta Motor Speedway (5n @ Ellis Hotel, three lap driving experience), a kitchen island with patio group, and a Chevy Trax LS. She bids $18,000. Actual price of Dale's Showcase... $22,838. Over by $161. Danielle's Showcase is... $34,643 to win a total of $36,259!

Survivor: Heroes v Healers v Hustlers
by Chico Alexander & Jason Block

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CBS:
8p/7C
Host: Jeff Probst
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Last week, Simone, after complaining about the less-than-stellar living arrangements in camp, was left out to dry.

Post Tribal, Ryan is already wearing her clothes. He touches base with Patrick to make sure Lauren is the next to go over Ali. Ali talks to Devon about how Patrick doesn't trust everyone.

HEROES: Ben & Chrissy are in prime position, but Ben wants Ashley to stay around because she's fun and a hard worker. Ashley, on the other hand, is attracted to JP.... which could spell trouble for Ben.

HEALERS: Cole & Jessica, clearly crushing on each other, are on Joe's radar. Joe is concerned with Cole knowing that he has a hidden idol... and telling Jessica about it. Also on Joe's radar: the food situation and how he doesn't like it. Cole talks to Roark & Desi about the hidden idol in Joe's person. Will he be blindsided?

HUSTLERS: Patrick is looking for the hidden idol on his camp. The rest of the tribe... completely in on his plan.

REWARD/IMMUNITY CHALLENGE: Sandblast - An obstacle course leads to using sandbags to knock blocks off a ledge. Then stack those blocks on top of each other. First tribe to finish wins four live chickens. Second wins a dozen eggs. Third wins a trip to see Uncle Jeff at the Tribal Council Hut o'Love.
- WINNERS: LEVU
- SECOND PLACE: SOKO

TRIBAL COUNCIL #3: Patrick takes the blame for the loss, but wants to vote Lauren out with Devon, Ali, and Ryan. Lauren lays it in on Patrick for the loss. Ali is trying to defend him.
- Lauren: PATRICK
- Patrick: LAUREN
- Everyone else: PATRICK.

By a vote of 4-1, Patrick... The tribe has spoken.

Next week: the three magic words: "Drop your buffs."

Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
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Syn/YesTV: 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
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Total for Today - $35,528
Total for Week 5 - $114,802
Total for the Season: $1,143,759
Bonus Win Percentage: 9/23
Gooseeggs: 2
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 5/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 7/3/2
Car Wins: 4
1/2 Car Wedges hit/lost/total wins: 20/8/1
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 1/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 8/23/2/5
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 12/23/4/5
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 6/4/0
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 6/2/2
$2,500 Space Hit - 7
$3,500 Space Hit - 14
$5,000 Space Hit - 5
Bankrupt Space Hit - 85
Lose A Turn Hit - 26
Vowels Missed: 30
Perfect Rounds: 7
Gift Tags hit/won/lost:12/7/4
Free Play Hit: 22
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 0/23
Best Week: Week 3- Fall Foliage - $289,897
Bankrupt Losses: $114,400 + 1 trip of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $313,100 + 1 trip of unknown value.
1M Passed - 10/06/2017 - 20 shows -


LANDED ON:
A: 1
M:
E :2
R: 2
I :
C : 1
A :
' :
S: 2
G: 1
A:
M:
E : 2
S: 3
P:
I: 1
N: 1
&:
W:
I : 1
N: 1
* - 1
**:
*** -3

BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? - 3/2/0/2
PEOPLE - 2/2/1/1
EVENT - 7/2/2/0
SHOW BIZ -3/2/0/2
LIVING THING - 6/2/1/0
IN THE KITCHEN - 5/1/0/1
PHRASE - 5/0/0/0
FOOD & DRINK 5/3/2/1
THING - 5/2/1/1
FUN & GAMES -3/0/0/0
ON THE MAP - 4/1/0/1
AROUND THE HOUSE - 4/0/0/0
PLACE - 4/1/1/0
CHARACTER - 4/2/1/1
WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? 3/1/0/2
OCCUPATION - 4/1/1/0
PERSON - 3/0/0/0
It's Day 3 of our "Salute To Texas!" (J-Note: This series of shows were taped before Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas - especially Houston). (Another J-Note - due to technical difficulties, this episode did not record completely. Thanks to Jessica Brand and Buy A Vowel Boards for their assistance in completing this recap.)

The $1,000 Tossup is THE 80'S. Evan Partee solves LONESOME DOVE. She is from New Braunfels, Texas. She is a married insurance agent. Erik Smith is from Austin, Texas. He is a married solar consultant, who is also a rideshare company worker. Clarissa Spear is from Corpus Christi, Texas but originally from McAllen, Texas. She is a married office manager as well as a real estate agent.

The $2,000 Tossup is FOOD & DRINK. Erik has $2,000 with SOFT-SERVE ICE CREAM. We add this to the wheel - $10,000 cash from Visit Texas! Erik starts our CROSSWORD ROUND. The clue is QUITE A PAIR. There are four words that fit the clue. He misses. Clarissa hits Lose a Turn. Evan loses $3,350 on Bankrupt. Eric Bankrupts as well. Clarissa loses $2,450 on Bankrupt. Evan solves LIPS BINOCULARS ACES SOCKS for $2,000. He has $3,000.

Clarissa starts the Eggland's Best Mystery round which is PHRASE. Clarissa risks $3,000 on wins $10,000 on her mystery round risk, picks up the WC with a $500 G, dominates and solves DON'T GET SIDETRACKED for $13,950 and the WC. That also means that someone at home wins $10,000 as well with their SPIN ID. It's MW6474471! Hope you win!

Evan starts the Express Wedge/Prize Puzzle round which is WHAT ARE YOU DOING? He picks up the $1,000 Heritage GC with a $500 G but misses. Erik picks up the 1/2 Car with a $500 N but loses that on Bankrupt. Clarissa misses. Evan picks up the 1/2 Car with a $500 W and solves HIKING TO A WATERFALL for $3,450 in cash and GC, the useless 1/2 Car and a trip to Costa Rica worth $6,928! Evan has $13,378 in cash and prizes!

The $3,000 Tossup is PROPER NAME. Evan has the lead with $16,378 in cash and prizes with MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY. We go right into a FINAL SPIN for $1,600 a letter for FUN & GAMES. Erik solves QUARTERBACK SNEAK for $3,200. She leaves with $5,200. Clarissa had one big round and leaves with $13,950 in cash! Evan hangs on with $16,378 in cash and prizes including the trip to COSTA RICA!

The pre-bonus round total is $35,528. Evan chooses THING over CHARACTER and IN THE KITCHEN.

Evan lands on the R in AMERICA'S wedge. With the RSTLNE and her choices of M C D A we have:

A / _ _ _ SE_ _ LD
_ _ RD

Evan doesn't solve A HOUSEHOLD WORD for $35,000 in bonus cash. Evan leaves with $16,378 in cash and prizes!

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood

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Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
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  Shad Willingham (Santa Rosa, CA) gets things going today with $30,000, but he's out of lifelines.

[$50,000]
Because two of the states don't border each other, which of these road trips would be impossible without traveling through at least one additional state?
A: ME to NH to MA to NY
B: ND to WY to UT to NV
C: TN to MO to OK to CO
D: GA to NC to VA to MD

At first, Shad thinks that ND and WY don't border each other. He tries to visualize each pair of states, thinking that GA to NC is also a possibility. With that, he's thinking B or D. He thinks about his options at this point in the game, then eventually, he goes with D... but it's B! As a result, he leaves with $5,000.

Travis Griffin (Marietta, OH) secures $5,000, then uses the 50:50 at $7,000 before seeing this...

[$10,000]
Inspiring the name of a national charity for at-risk-teens, which character from the famous nursery rhyme "Monday's Child" "...has far to go"?
A: Tuesday's Child
B: Thursday's Child
C: Friday's Child
D: Saturday's Child

Travis turns to the audience, and 43% say A. He then calls on his Plus One, Adam Nedeff; he remembers the part "Wednesday's Child was full of woe" thanks to the Addams Family, and he figures that the Tuesday and Wednesday parts should rhyme. With that, Travis says A... but it's B (11%)! That means he leaves with $5,000.

(C-Note: full disclosure - both Travis and Adam are friends of this site)

With little time left, it's time for some "Thousandaire" with Anna King...

First coined by biologist Richard Dawkins in 1976, what common Internet term derives from a Greek word meaning "to imitate"?
A: Blog
B: Hashtag
C: Meme
D: Tumblr

Anna decides to go with C... and she's right for $1,000!