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Last week, Group B took the stage against the second Wild Card of the contest - the Crab. Grandpa Monster didn't live up to the hype as he unmasked himself to be Logan Paul. We have one more go with the "Ultimutt Wild Card" in this Finals match with Black Swan, Chameleon, Piglet, and Crab.
First up, it's BLACK SWAN, who looks into a mirror and remembers her beginnings, sending out audition tapes with no face. But eventually she got three 10s and the respect of a black cat and the state of Montana. She sings "How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston.
- BONUS CLUES tonight are items from their homes: A unicorn in honor of a singer friend that recently passed away.
Next up is PIGLET. YEars ago he was grilled (in Hawaii behind bars no less) before someone - a spider? - turned his life around. She rescued him from the heat and gave him a brand new start. Other items include a blue ribbon with "1 DR" on it. He sings "7 Years" by Lukas Graham.
- BONUS CLUE: A pair of dog tags with a P on them.
Third is the CRAB, who used to get into all sorts of trouble. His mother kept him on the straight and narrow - with mac & cheese, ribs, and other kitchen items. He likes to cook, and after he sings "Give It To Me Baby" by Rick James, he's literally cooking in his costume! He has to be rushed backstage to be looked at. He returns to get his critique and display....
- BONUS CLUE: A bowler like his hero Sammy Davis Jr.
Fourth and last is the CHAMELEON, who loved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as a kid. Clues in the package include clocks set to 3:46, street signs, and martial arts. Today, he feels like a hero rapping to "Hip Hop" by Dead Prez.
- BONUS CLUE: Hot wings.
Finally... the THIRD Wild Card of this season... BULLDOG. He's had to fend for his himself and fight for his life on multiple occasions, stepping up to any challenge. He's played with panthers and pitbulls and is mentioned as "the sexiest dog alive". His car has a license that says "GT80". He sings "Candy Girl" by New Edition.
- BONUS CLUE: Something that says "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"
UNMASKING #5: The votes have been counted... and it doesn't matter, because Niecy is ready to change the game completely. The votes will not count, and she is going to send someone home herself. Niecy chooses to unmask... the BULLDOG... Right then and there.
- THE BULLDOG IS.... NICK CANNON! "I dedicated my whole performance to you and you're gonna kick me off?"
So tonight was basically a welcome-back party for Nick, and all four singers will advance to the Super Eight.
And big thanks to Niecy for holding it down while Nick was away!
We have another second chance game with a team who was on the first episode back in February.
$100 CHAIN: WORK - History - B? - Fair - Game - OVER. Natalie gets the Jazz Band on the board with BOOK for $100 to $300 for the Cosplay Queens.
- $100 SPEED CHAIN: CHALK - D - B - RABBIT. They get the RABBIT, but not the DUST.
$200 CHAIN: HUMAN - Body - Blow - Hard - C? - REGISTER. CASH gives the Cosplay Queens the chain and the lead, $900-$300.
- $200 SPEED CHAIN: SPIDER - W - A - LABEL. They get the WEB but not the ADDRESS.
$300 CHAIN: APPLE - Pay - Back - O? - Online - DATING. Gareth solves the chain with ORDER for $600 to the Cosplay Queens' $1800.
- $300 SPEED CHAIN: CHECKERED - P - D - DILIGENCE. They solve PAST DUE for $900.
GAMBLING CHAIN: BRAIN - Drain - Pipe - Dream - La? - Mass - EXODUS. With the score on $2200-$1100 favoring the Cosplay Queens, Logan is going for it on this: LAN... LAND wins it, $3200-$1100!
- BALD - E - S - AHEAD: They get EAGLE SCOUT in five seconds!
- MINNIE - M - T - D - FRAME: ... and MOUSE TRAP DOOR in another 12, giving them plenty of time for...
- MIAMI - V - P - K - C - STAGE. VICE PRESIDENT KENNEDY CENTER gives them $10,000, a total of $13,200 today and a total of $15,800 for two days!
SINGLE: The hardest thing to share when you and your partner moved in together.
1️ Bathroom 20 5️ Closet/Drawers 9
2️ Bed/Covers 18 6️ Food 5
3️ Personal space 15 7️ Remote control 5
4️ Money 13
SINGLE: Something that happens when you laugh really hard.
1️ Pee pants 25 5️ Can't catch breath 8
2️ Cry/Eyes water 21 6️ Stinky windy 7
3️ Snort 15
4️ Stomach cramps 9
DOUBLE: Something a Canadian child might want to be when they grow up.
1️ Hockey player 26 5️ Astronaut 5
2️ Prime Minister 12 6️ Firefighter 4
3️ Mountie/Cop 10 7️ Teacher 4
4️ Doctor 8
TRIPLE: A fictional character that lives in the water
1️ Mermaid/Ariel 43
2️ Namo 17
3️ Loch Ness Monster 12
4️ Aquaman 12
(C-Note: No SpongeBob?)
Pettersen Family wins.
FAST MONEY: Stacey get a #1 answer for 131. Wendy closes out for the $10,000.
- A word that describes the felling you have when you've overeaten: Bloated
- A body part that is ticklish: Feet
- Besides an airplane, something man-made that flies: Helicopter (Wendy)
- A junk food that's only found in Canada: Poutine (Stacey)
- A holiday when you eat the most chocolate: Christmas
History: 9p/8C Host: Grady Powell with Ben Abbott, David Baker, Doug Marcaida & J. Neilson
(C-NOTE: Forging is dangerous! Please do not attempt without extensive training and safety measures in place)
The four people who have won their duels have returned for the finals. One of them will win $10,000 and the title of Forged in Fire champion.
On the panel tonight: J. Nielson, Dave Baker, and Doug Marcaida.
ROUND 1: You have a 2-inch ball-bearing made of 52100 high-carbon steel.. and a pair of excavator buckets made of mild steel. Use both to make a San Mai chopper between 12 & 14 inches with a through tang.
You have 3 hours to complete your work!
- ELIMINATED: Michael (failed to make length)
ROUND 2: You have another three hours to fix issues and add handles with a functional guard and pommel made of... a pound and a half of brass hardware. They will be tested for strength & durability (lumber & hard hat chop) and edge retention (leather apron stab & slice).
- ELIMINATED: Sam
ROUND 3: You will have four days in your home forges to recreate the Flyssa, seen in season 5 of Forged in Fire. Used by the Kabyle Berbers of South Africa, the long thin blade also features an animal head pommel, which acts as a counter-balance. The blade must be between 36 & 38 inches long with a blade that tapers and flares. You must have an animal head pommel. Both blades will be tested for strength & durability (bullhide shield & skull chop), edge retention (fabric slice) and in addition a KEAL test (pig carcass)
- Jennifer: 5160 Steel Flyssa with Walnut Handle and Ram Pommel
- James: 5160 Steel Flyssa with Bloodwood Handle and Crocodile Pommel
And whose Flyssa made the cut for $10,000? Congratulations... JENNIFER!
Tonight, a sound sculptor, a ventriloquist, a stepper, a hand balancer, a danger juggler, a harmonica player, and a scorpion wrangler could help one of these parent-daughter teams win over $200,000!
- ACT #1: Miles Guichard of Greenbelt, MD is a movie junkie. His clue features a bedtime story to a little girl. Tehya & Yemela PLAY stepper.... and that's RIGHT for $1000!
- ACT #2: Johnny Rocquemore of Mansfield, GA is often mistaken for Santa Claus. His clue is a golf tournament. Georgia, golf tournaments, spring... a tradition unlike any other, friends. Claude & Madison go with harmonica player. They are... RIGHT!
And like that, we're tied at $10,000.
- ACT #1: Giovanni "Gio" Mazza of Chicago loves soccer. He gets
- ACT #3: Maral Byambasuren of Fairfax, VA likes to read and bake. Her clue has comments from her trainer. Tehya & Yemela PLAY, and they're guessing Hand Balancer... and we're three for three!
- ACT #4 is Steve Ceriotti of St. Louis, who has a wife and two kids. His clues are obsessed with the 80s. Claude & Madison go with scorpion wrangler... and then he reveals that he has a scorpion in his mouth!
We're tied again with $25,000, so the final round will decide it.
$60,000 ROUND: WINNER TAKE ALL
- ACT #5: David Matz of Palmdale, CA likes to go hiking and fly drones. We see a message from a talent agency before Tehya & Yemela lock in Danger Juggler. If they're right, they win $85,000. If they're wrong, Claude & Madison win the cash. David... is... a... SOUND SCULPTOR! Claude & Madison win $85,000!
BONUS ROUND: We have two talents left on the board - Ventriloquist and Danger Juggler. Claude & Madison can try to double their earnings by guessing what Owen Morse of Orange County is. IF they go for it and are correct, they win $170,000. If they go for it and miss, they leave with nothing.
- CLUES: Owen likes origami. His clue package includes bumper stickers. Claude & Madison decide... to walk with the $85,000. Had they gone for it, they would've said "Danger Juggler". Not only is Owen a danger juggler, he's got a partner named Jon Wee...
It's a battle of the crews in this second chance game.
ROUND 1: Keep It Simple, Spielberg; Preschool Daze, The Dude Shack, Spoiled Rats
We begin with a perfect first round with 1400 a side.
ROUNd 2: Have You Seen My Mummy?, And the Winner Is..., The Daily Grind, You've Got Mail!
- Cul-de-Sac Crew picks The Daily Grind (skateboard flips), getting all seven for 1400 plus the bonus, 3200 total.
- Laser Tag Crew gets And the Winner Is... (Oscar hosts), getting... only Whoopi Goldberg for 1600.
CHOOSE YOUR WORDS:
- Cul-de-Sac Crew (Kendall gives to Reilly): they get beast, vegetarian, glitch, chestnut, and peasant, but miss emblematic, banking another 2000, 5200 total.
- Laser Tag Crew (Steve gives to Jazzy): ... they only get recognize. The Cul-De-Sac Crew win their second chance, 5200-2200!
BONUS ROUND: The Cul-de-Sac Crew gets inspect, total, second, and event. Halfways up.
Triple G All-Stars are back, and so are their families!
Aaron & Corri May
Jet & Ali Tila
On the panel from their respective homes are Marcus Samuelsson & his wife Maya Haile, Brooke Williamson & her husband Nick Roberts, and Troy Johnson & his wife Claire. 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 team with the highest total score after two rounds will win $10,000 and move on to the $20,000 final.
GAME 1: Your best dish... so long as it featured the parameters of the GROCERY LIST: something green, something frozen, and something sticky. And the men will be shopping their own pantries blindfolded.
- Aaron/Corri: Honey Mustard-Glazed Roasted Chicken with Cheesy Rice & Creamed Spinach (41 out of a possible 50)
- Jet/Ali: Thai Chicken Salad & Peanut Sauce (42)
As the leaders, Jet & Ali get a special prize - $2000 for them and $2000 donated to the restaurant of their choice - and an advantage in the final round. Aaron & Corri get a Package of Pain... Aaron has to take a time out of three minutes before cooking.
GAME 2: Flip a classic food duo in FRACTURED FOOD DUOS. We have three classic duos - shrimp & grits, spaghetti & meatballs, and peanut butter & jelly. Guy... mixes them up and makes the teams choose.
- Jet/Ali (shrimp & meatballs): Vietnamese Meatballs with Herb Salad & Sweet & Spicy Dipping Sauce - 41 (TOTAL: 83)
- Aaron/Corri (spaghetti & jelly): Spaghetti Cakes with Strawberry Gazpacho & Almond Brittle - 46 (TOTAL: 87)
Brandon starts with $400 Hispanic Ameircans. Amy finds the Daily Double next door under $400 Broadway Bound. She bets the whole $1200 on this:
- Songs in this show include "Der Guten Tag Hop-Clop" & "Where Did We Go Right?"
"What is 'The Producers'?" That's right... but "Cabaret" drops her to zero. She recovers to $1600, but with Brandon on $1800 to Sebastián's $4400, the lady in the middle will get the first clue in...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: What a Bunch of Characters!, Discoveries in Science, 5-Letter Capitals, Composers, Uniformity, Starts & Ends with "L".
... with $400 Starts & Ends with "L", discovering the first Daily Double under the next clue under $800. She goes for a big $1500 on this:
- Carol Burnett famously sued the National Enquirer for this & eventually won
"What is libel?" RIGHT for $3500! Brandon has $4400 when he finds the other under $2000 5-Letter Capitals. He bets a big $4000 on this:
- Roads from this capital directly lead to Kandahar & to Uzbekistan & Pakistan.
"What is Kabul?" RIGHT for $8400! He ends up with $17,800 to $11,200 for Sebastián and $9900 for Amy.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Notorious": In 1897 she was accused of a much lesser crime, shoplifting in Rhode Island. Correct response: who was Lizzie Borden?
Everyone's right as Brandon wins another $22,401, giving him $70,026 for three!
CBS/Paramount+: 10a/9C or 3p/2C Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Colman/Linda - Trip/Watches - $9,100
Katherine - $9,005(traded from $3,524)
Gino - $3,499
Emily - $1,200
Joshua - BRUSH THAT.
Sandy - ZONK TRIP.
Tei - SEE SANDY'S TRIP.
Jimmie - $100 + TAKES BAD BREATH TO A WHOLE OTHER LEVEL.
Brittany - $0
Benjamin - $0
Quickie Deals - $800/$800(twitter deal - CHALK/sunglasses)
Quickie Deals Total - $53,700/$62,400
Perfect Deals - 375
Big Deal Choice 1 - 19
Big Deal Choice 2 - 27
Big Deal Choice 3 - 46
Big Deal Location 1 - 47
Big Deal Location 2 - 24
Big Deal Location 3 - 21
Big Deal Wins- 24
Car Wins - 31
ZONKED - 3
ZONKS FOR THE SEASON - 128
Prizes not won today - $46,706
Big Deal prizes not selected today - $26,556
Total for Today not won -$73,262
Prizes not won this season -$5,875,927 + 16 unknown prize values
Total - $22,904
Total for Week 20 - $56,339
Total for the Season: $3,463,307 + 2 unknown prize values
Total with Quickie Deals -$3,464,107 + 2 unknown prize values
Best Week - Week 9 - $273,195
3M Passed - 76 shows(03/12/2021)
Wednesday's trading starts off with three people and they are Doctor Joshua(Naval Officer for 14 years), Sandy(ringleader of her own circus) and at-homie Tei the Owl(Baltimore Maryland). We have three trip jackets - red, green and blue. They could be an awesome trip or a zonk trip. Joshua trades the red trip jacket for Curtain 3. He traded a trip to a Dude Ranch for 4N at the Westgate River Ranch Resort worth $8,824! Joshua wins a FUR-CARI!(ZONK)! Sandy passes on the Big Box which was a designer accessories collection worth $5,262! Sandy is ZONKED. Tei has the blue jacket. She takes the trip and passes on Curtain 1 which was a home theater from TCL including a 65" 4K HDTV, soundbar, media console from rypen.com, smartphones, and Aeris Air Purifiers worth $6,875! Tei is ZONKED as well!
Brittany(as Rosie the Riveter - realtor and engaged) is playing O TO 80 for a 2021 Mazda 3 Sedan worth $22,445. Here's how the game works. Brittany will glove up in racing gloves and will pick tokens to try and get up to 80mph in 4 picks or less. The tokens range from 0mph to 40mph. If Brittany can get her car up to 80mph in 4 token picks or less, she wins the Mazda. Brittany picks 20mph and 10mph. She needs at least a 10 to play on. Brittany passes on $1,000 to pick...20mph. She has 50mph and there are only 2 tokens in the bag that will help her win the Mazda - one 30mph token and one 40mph token. Brittany passes on $2,000...$2,500...$3,000...to go for the car...and wins NOTHING. It was a 0.
Colman/Linda(Bride and Groom with a great love story from 1966) are going to test their deal relationship skills with Dr. Wayne. Dr. Wayne will show two pairs of prizes to them. If they both choose the same prize, they will win it. First pair - a pair of Gucci His/Her Watches OR a Nikon DSLR Camera with Creative Live Photography Classes. They match the Watches! Next pair - a SSR Motorsports SR300S Dirt Bike OR a 6N stay at the South Seas Island Resort in Florida! They match the trip! Will they keep the trip/watches or the teeny envelope? They keep the watches/trip and pass on ZONKEY DOLLARS!
Time for another At-homie(Katherine - Little Red Riding Hood - Opera Singer who swims with sharks from New Jersey). She has a clue from the LMAD Times Digital Edition - IT'S BUSINESS AS USUAL INSIDE THE BIG BOX. She can keep the Big Box prize or take $500...$1,000...$1,200...$1,500...for the Big Box and wins a home office with X-Chair Ergonomic Office Chair, desk, and Ipad worth $3,524! Jimmie the Hippie(songwriter/bodyguard) is shown three glass vases in the Bohemian Art Style circa 1900. They have been appraised by Q Antiques and Design in Los Angeles. Jimmie can take the cash value of these vases or the LMAD Gift Bag. He takes the Gift Bag and passes on the value of the glass vases which was $2,000! Jimmie wins SKUNK GUM!(ZONK)!
Benjamin the Superhero(dad of 2 and videographer) is going to play STRIKE A MATCH. We have 24 spaces on the game board. 16 of them contain 8 pair of cash and prize spaces. The other 8 are zonk spaces. As long as Benjamin continues to match prize or cash spaces, he can play on. But if he matches a zonk, the game is over and if he has any cash or prizes - they are gone as well. He gets a 5 second look at the game board before he starts. His first pick is 3(small box), 16($1,500), 4(ZONK). Wayne offers $300 but Benjamin plays on. 12 is ANOTHER ZONK.
Last deal of the day involves two people and they are Gino the Medieval Guy(muralist) and Emily the Mermaid. They have 50% of the mini-vault each. Gino trades his half for the Big Box. He wins a Pac-Man Pixel Bash Arcade game worth $3,499! Emily takes the envelope and passes on the vault which had $300($150/person). Emily wins $1,200 in cash!
Who trades for a shot at $21,809? Katherine trades her home office!
She picks 3. 2 was the LMAD Vault with $4,747 in cash! Katherine wins an outdoor package including a 2 person Almost Heaven Sauna and Stihl Garden Tools worth $9,005! 1 was the Big Deal and it starts with a 5N stay at the High Peaks Resort in the Adironacks along with a Oru Kayak, Beach Cruiser and wakeboard from Disrupt Sports! We also would have thrown in EVERYTHING IN THE BIG DEAL! That means the trip/outdoor package, home sauna/tools plus the cash was worth $21,809!
Deana A 7-letter word that best describes you
A 7-letter word that best describes you
A 7-letter word that best describes you
TODAY'S PUZZLERS are British Singers, Full House, Fads, and Ride'em Cowboy.
PUZZLE #1: Deana starts with Full House. Aside from an early gaffe, we have a clean puzzle with Deana on 300, Michael at 360, and Nancy Jayne at 250 and the first pick in...
PUZZLE #2: Nancy Jayne goes with British Singers, getting SMITHS and...
- DOUBLE WORD: Adam Levine wished he had "Moves Like" him - M I _ _ /_ _ _ _ _ _. MICK JAGGER gives her 570. Michael gets GALLAGHER and GIRLPOWER before finding...
- WAGER WORD: He bets 300 of his 720 on this: Color of the Beatles' "Submarine" - Y _ _ _ O _. YELLOW... is RIGHT for 1020 plus the bonus, 1220 total! He ends with 1300 to Nancy Jayne's 570. Deana is out at 400 with a year's worth of People.
HEAD-TO-HEAD: Theater or Sticky Things.
- Nancy Jayne picks Theater, getting CURTAIN, BREAK, SAWYER, and MISERABLES for 1970 total.
- Michael is left with Sticky Things, getting CUPS, DENTURES, TONGUE, CANDYCANE, CARAMEL, VELCRO, FINGERS, FRIDGE, and SLIMED for the win, 4250-1970!
$10,000 FAST PUZZLE: Michael picks Mythological Creatures, In the Forest, and Billiards over PRofessional Wrestling.
- Mythic Creatures: He gets PHOENIX, MEDUSA, and DRAGON to advance.
- In the Forest: He gets SHERWOOD, WATERFALLS, and CABIN to go to...
- Billiards: He bets MINNESOTA... and that's it. He needed POCKETS and EIGHTBALL.
CBS/Paramount+: 11a/10C Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
Record today: breakeven
Record for week 19: 8-9-1
Record this season: 235-252-29
Total won today*: $91,832
Total won this week*: $259,070
Total won this season*: $6,945,915
Perfect bids: 6/474
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/1
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 3/2
Best week: Week 13 - Big Money Week - $768,575
$6M passed: 3/15/21
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the nearest dollar
Hump Day at the Price begins with Nichole Connor, Kenny Lawrence, Amy Centers, Nicole Slater, and a set of headphones with light show. The $1698 rig goes to Amy, who's playing for a smartphone, a set of dumbbells, and a home gym as a bonus. The game... CLOCK GAME. She gets the $725 smartphone in 10 seconds and the $530 dumbbells for the win!
Nichole gets a $533 set of cookware. She hopes to cook on the lake with a set of kayaks, a paddleboat, and a kayaking trip to Oregon (5n @ Columbia Cliff Villas Hotel) in DOUBLE PRICES. Is it $6045 or $8448? She goes with $8448... Nope.
Nicole wins a $1310 shuffleboard table and a go at a Chevy Spark 1LT in STACK THE DECK.
- Deck: 0, 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9
She gets the third number - a 0. She goes for $17,089.... It's $18,039.
But Nichole with an H goes to the Showcase, also wtih an H. Meanwhile, Kenny completes the first four sweep wtih a $1548 wine cooler with ice maker & kegerator. Next up, an all-in-one PC marked at $2600, an $862 set fo Michael Kors accessories,a nd a $3898 washer/dryer. Which is the ONE WRONG PRICE? HE takes the accessories... $1637 is a winner!
Daniel Stanick wins a $2210 sauna and a shot at a Suzuki Boulevard S40 in SHELL GAME. He gets two with a $47 makeup mirror and a $37 bagel slicer. He goes in the middle. The ball is under... the far right one.
Isabelle Soh wins a $641 camera, making a very rarely seen first-six sweep of it. Can she capitalize with a Mitsubishi Mirage in LUCKY SEVEN? She has $4 in hand and $17,62_ on the board. She goes with 6... 8 is a winner!
Daniel meets Nichole in ... THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES! First up, heading out with a trip to Rhode Island (6n @ Stone House), a set of Coach watches, and a Nissan Versa S. Top winner Daniel passes, and Nichole bids $23,417. Daniel gets a living room with 4KTV, a pair of surfboards, and a tour of Alaska (9d @ John Hall's Alaska Cruises and Tours). He bids $22,111. Actual price... $25,645, a difference of $3534. Actual price of Nichole's Showcase... $23,.... 521! With a difference of only $104, NICHOLE CONNOR WINS BOTH SHOWCASES! That gives hera total of $49,699!
This is the FINAL TEAM competition - Dirty Hands and Savage Crew are tied at 4-4. The winner of THIS competition will win the $60,000 bonus!
FINAL TEAM COMPETITION - Phil announces that the competition will celebrate the skill of drywalling. There are 300,000 drywallers in the US. And Season 1 Runner Up Danny (3rd generation drywaller) walks in on Drywall stilts!
Danny explains the competition - hanging 24 pieces of sheetrock on the walls and ceilings. He demonstrates how to do and what to do about lights, fixtures, windows, etc. Danny will be there to observe the work.
TEAM COMPETITION WINNER - SAVAGE CREW WINS THE $72,000 BONUS!
We are down to 5 on the individual competition!
Before the competition - Roofer Lee from Season 1 is here!
Lee wants to finish the roofing he started on one of 5 individual sheds. Winner gets an advantage - final 2 go into overtime.
WINNER - SARAH
2nd - SCOTT
3rd - ZEUS
OVERTIME - Iraida/Swifty
OVERTIME COMPETITION - The competition is a plumbing puzzle. When the work whistle blows - Iraida/Swifty will have to figure out how to lay plumbing pipe to make a sink, shower and toilet work. There are various sizes of pipe and a plan to make it work. First person to make the toilet flush is in the final four.
elementary school teacher
playing for Elizabeth (Fox 5 WNYW New York)
playing for Nanette (Fox 11 KTTV Los Angeles)
Cheri Oteri "Close Enough"
Melissa Peterman "Young Sheldon"
Matt Iseman "American Ninja Warrior"
Oscar Núñez "Mr. Iglesias"
- Melissa vs. Matt: harder, ahead, print, centerpiece, Muhammad Ali. Melissa bids 11... and comes up short for 250 to Ted.
- J'Lynn vs. Ted: teddy, youngest, who, sing, aquarium. Ted declares 12... and doubles.
- Cheri vs. Oscar: scout, oven mitt, festival, chug, fourth. Oscar goes for 11... and Ted leads, 500-250.
Total for Today - $32,000
Total for Week 30 - $198,167
Total for the Season: $7,928,553
Bonus Win Percentage: 52/148
Bonus Round Losses Cash: $2,849,000
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, 5 Ford Edges, 4 BMW x1s, 1 Chevy Equinox, 2 GMC Terrains, 2 Ford Broncos, 1 Mercedes GLB 250 SUV, 1 VW Atlas
$1,000 Consolation Prizes: 24
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 4/0
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won/lost: 28/16/12
Car Wins: 16
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 4/4
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 36/148/2/28
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 80/148/15/42
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 49/33/10
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won/lost: 73/38/22
$2,500 Space Hit - 42
$3,500 Space Hit - 92
$5,000 Space Hit - 9
Bankrupt Space Hit - 427
Lose A Turn Hit - 121
A -34 E- 25 I -20 O- 36 U -5
Missed solves - 13
Repeated a letter/vowel - 19
Perfect Rounds: 59
House Minimums - 40
Gift Tags hit/won/lost: 105/39/52
Free Play Hit: 126
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 4/148
Best Week: Road Trip - $350,996
Best Player: Scott Kolbrenner - $145,000
Bankrupt Losses: $840,550 + 7 Prizes of Unknown Value
Left on the Table: $2,109,834 + 16 Trips of Unknown Value
Red Podium Win - 51
Yellow Podium Win - 50
Blue Podium Win - 47
Worst Week: America's Game(I) - Week 9 - $192,957
7M Earned - 3/18/2021 -133 Shows (18 + 17 + 21 + 23 + 17 + 19 + 18)
A : 5
M : 6
E : 5
I : 3
E : 14
& : 5
I : 9
* - 7
** - 6
*** - 4
BONUS CATEGORIES SELECTED:(offered/picked/win/lose)
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? -30/18/4/14
SHOW BIZ -5/2/1/1
LIVING THING(s) -25/11/4/7
IN THE KITCHEN -12/7/4/3
FOOD & DRINK -29/20/8/12
THING(s) - 141/11/4/7
FUN & GAMES -7/4/1/3
ON THE MAP -
AROUND THE HOUSE - 11/8/1/7
WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? 17/11/7/4
It's Day 3 of "College Week Spring Break" week!
The $1,000 Tossup is THING. Kyle Randall solves LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION for $1,000. He is a senior in business at Cal Poly. Ruthie Bolton is a freshman at Azusa Pacific is a math major and is in a handbell choir. Floya Waddell is a sophomore at Grand Canyon University. She is a pre-pharmacy major.
The $2,000 Tossup is WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Ruthie has $2,000 with MAKING NEW FRIENDS. She starts our crossword round with the clue of SCHOOL ______. There are four words that fit the clue. She misses. Floya misses. Kyle picks up the WC with 3 $500 S's but loses the WC and $2,350 on Bankrupt. Ruthie solves WEBSITE WORK BUS TRANSCRIPTS for $3,150. She has $5,150 in cash. We move on to...
The Prevagen Mystery Round which is started by Floya. It's COLLEGE LIFE. She misses. Kyle hits Lose A Turn after some work. Ruthie has the $10,000 mystery prize with a $2,000 risk. She solves HAVE YOU DECLARED A MAJOR YET? for that $10,000 prize! She has $15,150 in cash! With that, someone at home will win $10,000 as well. That person has the SPIN ID of CJ7272486! We move on to...
The Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is started by Kyle. It is EVENT. He misses a vowel - E. Ruthie solves MY FIRST TRIP TO HAWAII for $1,050. It's not Ruthie's first trip but I think it will be better that Wheel paid for Ruthie's trip to Kauai! It's a stay at the Koa Kea Hotel with Flightguru.com airfare worth $7,800! Ruthie has $24,000 in cash and prizes! We move on to....
The Triple Tossup Round Category is WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? Kyle has $2,000 with COMFORTABLE JEANS. Ruthie has $2,000 with SWEATPANTS. Kyle played psychic Wheel and starts the next round with his $2,000 solve of LEGGINGS. He has $5,000 in cash! Floya has had very little opportunity to play. They are both chasing Ruthie who has $26,000 in cash and prizes including her not first trip to Kauai! Kyle starts FUN & GAMES and leads us into a $1,700 a letter FINAL SPIN. Floya solves PIGGYBACK RIDE for the house minimum of $1,000 which is what she leaves with. Kyle leaves with $5,000 in cash! Ruthie wins with $26,000 in cash and prizes!
The Pre-Bonus Round Total is $32,000! Ruthie picks PEOPLE over THING and FUN & GAMES. Ruthie lands on the N in WIN wedge. With the RSTLNE and her choices of P M C A we have:
R _ C _
C L _ M _ E R S
Ruthie was a very good player tonight. I am very surprised she didn't get ROCK CLIMBERS. She was focused on the word RICH not ROCK. She loses $45,000 in bonus cash. Ruthie leaves with $26,000 in cash and prizes!