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November 27-29, 2015

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Sweep of Champions

Guy's Grocery Games Tournament of Champions
by Chico Alexander
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Food: Sunday 8p/6c
Host: Guy Fieri
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Erika Tucker
parts unknown
martial artist turned chef

Trevor Ball
private chef & caterer

Veronica Eicken
Santa Rosa
personal chef for a winery

Walter Potenza
orig. Italy
chef & restaurateur

Now through the end of the year, 16 of the biggest winners in Flavortown Market will return for ANOTHER shot at $20,000. In the end, one will rise above the others to be the biggest winner in Triple G history!

In the market today judging: Melissa D'Arabian, Madison Cowan, and Catherine McCord.

GAME 1: We're starting out with an appetizer... only you'll be using whatever you roll out in LET IT ROLL. Ingredient: mayonnaise. Time to shop: 4 minutes. Whammy die: marshmallow. Equipment: a food mill.
- Erika: Masa Cake with Mexican Street Corn & Radish
- Trevor: S'mores with Spicy Chocolate Mayo
- Veronica: Scallops with Aioli & Marshmallow Vinaigrette
- Walter: Lobster Tail over Veggie Spread with Seasoned Mayo

GAME 2: Make an upscale lunch using the ingredients from the CLEARANCE CARTS!
- Erika: Cabbage Rolls with Carrot Salad
- Veronica: Turkey Ragu over Polenta
- Walter: Halibut with Stuffed Pasta Shells

GAME 3: We're using the ingredients for a gingerbread cookie... to make a pork dish. It's FLIP THIS DISH!
- Erika: Pork Schnitzel with Green Beans & Fresh Ricotta
- Veronica: Pork Schnitzel with Cabbage, Fruit Compote & Green Beans

GUY'S SHOPPING SPREE: turnip, 5oz bottle of Worcestershire sauce, mini-muffin tin, pickled ginger, 10lb bag of rice, peach baby food, ranch-flavored sunflower seeds, chocolate almondmilk, frozen hamburgers, Cotija cheese. Veronica can't get to aisle 10 in time, but she's up $18,000, bringing her two-game total to $36,000. She will return in four weeks for the grand finale.

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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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  Rob's looking to bolster his Black Friday fund against...
Rob Russell
Johnson City, TN
tutoring & testing director
Darin Brown
Louisville, CO
trademark attorney
Bianca Benincasa
Silver Spring, MD
software engineer

Rob starts with $200 Female Novelists. At the TV timeout, the champ is in the red by -$400. Bianca leads with $2800 to Darin's $2400.

The last clue - $1000 Devices - goes to Bianca. She bets $800 on this: this tech product got its name because its buttons were said to resemble little bumps on a certain fruit. "What is a mouse?" No, it was a Blackberry, leaving her with $3800 to go into the half against Darin's $5000. Rob is back in the blue, but with $2600, he'll have the first clue in Double Jeopardy!...

... which is $400 The Articles of Confederation, where he finds the first Daily Double under $1600. He fronts $2000 on this: Article VI stated, "Every state shall always keep up a well-regulated and disciplined" one of these, "sufficiently armed". "What is a militia?" YES for $5400! Bianca finds the other one under $1600 About That Far. She wagers $1000 on this: from Sacramento to this closest other state capital:
about 100 miles. "What is Carson City?" RIGHT! She ends the round with $16,000 to Rob's $11,400. Darin's still alive with $7800.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Authors": in 1990 he said, "I would like to do what Faulkner did; carve out a little piece of Mississippi territory & claim it for my own". Correct response: who is John Grisham?

Rob is the only one to get it right to win another $22,800, giving him $43,600 for two.

MasterChef Junior
by Chico Alexander
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Fox: Friday 8p/7C
Host: Gordon Ramsay with Graham Elliot & Christina Tosi
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  Last week, 20 kids proved that the moon was made of cheese, but when it came to fish, Vivian & Kyndall could filet it, but couldn't cut it. Down to 18 now.

TEAM CHALLENGE #1: Seven layer dip. Three teams of six.

TEAM IAN: Jesse, Amaya, JJ, Zac & Mia
TEAM AVERY: Adam, Jacelyn, Derek, Kaitlyn & Tae-Ho
TEAM KYA: Addison, Sam, Kamilly, Corey & Nate

This is a relay race. Each player is responsible for a layer, except the anchor, who will take the sour cream & chives and cheese layers. The winning team will get to push a host's face into that dip.

WINNERS: TEAM IAN. That of course means that Christina's about to get a face full of dip. Also, they get an advantage in the next...

ELIMINATION TEST #4: the choice is: how people describe the judges. Christina's spicy, Graham's smelly, and Gordon's wrinkly. The choice: smelly.
- Addison: Tom Kha Gai with Garlic Chicken Meatballs
- Derek: Rib Eye Steak with Acorn Squash & Israeli Couscous
- Kya: Poached Chicken with White Truffle Cream Sauce
- Avery: Seared Lamb Chops with Garlic Potato Cake
- Jaeclyn: Shrimp & Pineapple Kabob with Lime Rice & Corn Salad
- Corey: Farfalle with Turkey Sausage & Marinara Sauce
- Nate: Rib Eye Steak with Potato, Asparagus & Blue Cheese
- Adam: Hand Cut Pasta with Anchovy Sauce

Corey, Jaeclyn, Adam.... are the bottom three. Going home today: Adam and Jaeclyn.

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: $28,550
Total for Week 11 - $216,078
Total for the Season: $2,493,931
Bonus Win Percentage: 16/55
Gooseeggs: 5
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 10/1
Mystery Round Prizes won: 2
Car Wins: 2
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 51/2
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 13/55/1/5
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 30/55/11/13
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 11/9
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 22/16
$2,500 Space Hit - 15
$3,500 Space Hit - 38
$5,000 Space Hit - 9
Bankrupt Space Hit - 155
Lose A Turn Hit - 57
Gift Tags won: 21
Free Play Hit: 63
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 2/55
Best Week: Week 4 - $297,263
Bankrupt Losses: $383,400 + 1 trip of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $921,101
2M Passed - 45 Shows - 11/13/15 (22 + 23 shows)
It's Black Friday and the last day of our salute to America's Game!

Due to College Football Coverage and a 2 minute Jeopardy! overrun, we come in when Taryn Ontiveros - a graduate student in social work from Riverside, CA - solves the first tossup puzzle - BILLINGS MONTANA for On the Map - for $1,000. She is a yodeler. Danielle Guzman is from Dana Point, CA and is the owner of a wedding stationery business. Courtney Bowman from Huntington Beach, CA is a marathon runner.

The $2,000 Tossup is PHRASE. Danielle has $2,000 with BRING THE NOISE! She starts THING and picks up the WC with 2 $500 C's, dominates and solves WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION for $6,600 and the WC. She has $8,600 and the WC!

Courtney gets her shot and starts the TrueCar Mystery Round which is BEFORE & AFTER. She picks up the 1/2 Car for a Ford Fiesta for 2 $500 T's and the 2nd with 2 $500 H's but she hits Lose a Turn. Taryn misses. Danielle solves THE LAND OF THE FREE REFILLS for $2,400. She has $11,000 and the WC!

Taryn starts the Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge round which is FOOD & DRINK. She Bankrupts. Danielle hits the Express Wedge and misses. Courtney hits 3 Free Play A's but misses a vowel. Taryn Bankrupts again. Danielle loses $800 and the WC on Bankrupt. Courtney misses on the $3,500 Wedge. Taryn Bankrupts for the 3rd time this round. Danielle solves HOMEMADE GUACAMOLE for $550 and a trip to Mazatlan, Mexico at the Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort and Spa worth $6,000! She has $17,550 in cash and prizes!

The $3,000 Tossup is RHYME TIME. Danielle has $20,550 with BEAT FEET. She starts FUN & GAMES and hits Lose a Turn. Courtney misses a vowel. Taryn misses. Danielle misses. Courtney solves THROWING A WILD PITCH for $2,550. We have time for...

...CHARACTER. Courtney leads us into a FINAL SPIN worth $1,600 a letter. She solves CONAN THE BARBARIAN for $4,450. She has $7,000. Taryn leaves with $1,000. Danielle wins with $20,550 in cash and prizes including her Mexico trip!

The Pre-Bonus Round total is $28,550! Danielle lands on the C in AMERICA'S. Her category is THING. With the RSTLNE and her choices of D M H A we have:

_ _ R _ H
A _ N _ N _

She got the AWNING but not the PORCH. She loses $40,000 but leaves with $20,550 in cash and prizes!

5K Spin ID - JL0557090

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Life Experiences Week
by Don Harpwood

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Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
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  Reshan Richards (Nutley, NJ) begins the day with $20,000, but his lifelines have all been used up.

He soon sees this...

Which of the following often-quoted movie lines is the only one that's actually quoted accurately?
A: "Luke, I am your father."
B: "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."
C: "Mrs. Robinson, are you trying to seduce me?"
D: "We're gonna need a bigger boat."

Reshan eliminates A. He feels familiar with D, though he isn't sure if he remembers it correctly from its film. With that, he walks with $30,000! As for the answer, it's B.

Chris Duffy (Queens, NY)
As part of his bucket list, he wants to buy something unique and expensive.

He gets to $5,000, then soon faces this...

Not including the word "the," when referred to by their full titles, which of the following pairs of well-known organizations share a word in their names?

Chris narrows this down to B or C. He asks the audience, and they're also split between B (46%) and C (42%), though that could have something to do with being led by what he said. He, like the audience, is leaning a bit towards B, and he doesn't think the other lifelines would help in this case, so he says B... but it's C! (Stock is the word that NASCAR and NYSE have in common.) That means he goes home with $5,000.

With little time left this week, Arianna Johnson is pulled from the audience to play for $1,000...

A breakfast staple dating back centuries, which of the following gets its name from an old German word for "bracelet"?
A: Bagel
B: Waffle
C: Biscuit
D: Pop Tart

Arianna goes with B... but it's A.