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Guy's Grocery Games
DDD Tournament Finale
by Chico Alexander
Food: Sunday 8p/6c
Host: Guy Fieri
In a month full of diners, drive-ins, and dives,
only one can rule them all.
Mike's City Diner
Marie's Italian Specialties
On the panel tonight: Aarti
Sequeira, G. Garvin & Troy Johnson.
GAME 1: the ultimate breakfast for
a diner. Young Ryder Fieri has a list of breakfast items... as
emoji. The game is EMOJI LIST. They translate to coffee,
watermelon, French bread, and something over $5.
- Reno: French Toast
- Eric: French Toast with Coffee Syrup & Cereal Milk Whipped Cream
- Jay: Coffee Cinnamon French Toast
- Carl: Steak and Eggs with Red-Eye Gravy
GAME 2: the ultimate drive-in burger. How do we raise the stakes?
It's a RED LIGHT SPECIAL on ... flavored ramen! Thanks to Guy's
- Reno: Ramen Bun Burger
- Eric: Buffalo Ranchero Burger
- Carl: Cuban Pork Burger
GAME 3: An elevated dive bar dinner... but first, pool. The ball
you sink will be the aisle you shop in. Allowed in GROCERY POOL:
9, 1, 10. Added twist: 4 minutes to shop or 7 ingredients or less?
They go with 7 ingredients.
- Reno: Pork Stew Nachos
- Carl: Spinach & Chanterelle Empanadas
WINNER: CARL "THE CUBAN" RUIZ!
GUY'S SHOPPING SPREE: a root vegetable, honey mustard dressing,
liquid measuring cup, 16 oz. chicken base, garlic salt for $4.89,
orange plastic cups, label with a clown, cinnamon flavored cereal,
triple chocolate ice cream, habanero sausage. Carl cmpletely
whiffs aisle 1 (grabbed a pumpkin, which is a fruit). He gets to
aisle 9 for $14,000 more, $30,000 total!
by Chico Alexander
Fox: Friday 8p/7C
Host: Gordon Ramsay with Graham Elliot & Christina Tosi
It started with 24 pint-sized
home-cooks. Now we're down to the final two: Avery Kyle from Baton
Rouge, LA, and Addison Osta Smith from River Forest, IL. One will
win $100,000 and the title of MasterChef Junior of season 4.
THE FINAL CHALLENGE: Cook an
appetizer, entree, and dessert that demonstrates how far you've
come in the competition
Addison is relying heavily on Asian
influences, while Avery is sticking to her bayou roots.
- Addison: Sake Marinated Shrimp with Seaweed & Sea Bean Salad,
Sour Plums & Puffed Rice.
- Avery: Cream of Asparagus Soup with Smoked Oysters, Crème
Fraiche & Creole Crouton.
- Addison: Miso Black Cod with Bok Choy, Shittake Mushrooms &
Coconut Ginger Broth
- Avery: Seafood Etouffée with Crispy Okra & White Rice
- Addison: Green Tea Panna Cotta with Cookie Crumbles & Brûléed
- Avery: Strawberry Shortcake with Rhubarb & Orange Chantilly
Whoever wins this will be the first female to win a season of
The winner... of $100,000.... and
the title of MasterChef Junior... season 4...
Easiest Game Show Ever
by Chico Alexander
Pop: Friday 9p & 9:30p/8 & 8:30c
Host: Michael Ian Black
father & son sports fanatics who have been
kicked out of bars & stadiums for trash-talking other teams
After the Speed Round, we find out
that MORE THAN HALF are correct. They get that male porcupines
urine on females to seduce them, that Hot Wheels produced more
"cars" than GM, that Spinderella was Salt-N-Pepa's DJ, and that
Linda Hamilton was NEVER an American Gladiator before "The
Terminator" for 2000.
ROUND 2, and they still have MORE THAN HALF right. They switched
McNuggets come in 4 shapes: boot, ball, bell, and bone to true...
GOOD! Then they switch Chia Pets are made mostly of animal dung to
false... RIGHT! With the others, they sweep the round for another
5000, giving them 7000.
MONEY ROUND for up to $70,000: MORE THAN HALF still right.
- Michael Phelps in 2008 won more Olympic gold medals than all of
Canada. They say TRUE... Right! ($7000)
- The big 4 Fashion Weeks are New York, Miami, Rome & Paris. They
change to FALSE... Right ($14,000)
- In 1994, Jim Carrey starred in 3 films that went to #1. They
stick with TRUE... That's three! ($21,000)
- Snoopy Sno-Cone Machines came out before the 1st "Peanuts" TV
special. They go with FALSE... RIGHT! ($28,000)
The last two for $70,000 or $2800: their lock-in of Ernest starred
in more movies than Pee-Wee Herman (switched to TRUE) and
Bluetooth is named after Danish king Harald Bluetooth (FALSE).
They keep their lock-in. For $70,000, TRUE is.... RIGHT!
In the nightcap, moms who YOLO
Tracee & Kenya build a bank of 3500 points, which could become
$35,000. After four in the Money Round, they have three right for
$7350. The last two for $10,850 or $735: their lock-in of Michael
Jackson's autobiography was edited by Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis
(locked as FALSE) and Teddy Ruxpin was initially designed by the
NSA as a surveillance tool (also locked as FALSE). Will they
unlock? Nope... but it was TRUE! They leave with $735.
by Chico Alexander
GSN: Friday 8p & 8:30p/7 & 7:30c
Host: Mike Catherwood
My fellow Americans, it's another rivalry edition of
Chain Reaction, as we pit left wing vs. right wing.
Piccera & Johnetta
Seth & Garrett
$100 Chain: DESKTOP - Computer -
Whiz - Kid - Rock - Bottom - Feeder. Seth & Garrett lead, $400 to
$200 Chain: PUBLIC - Access - Hollywood - Sign - Language -
Barrier - REEF.
Seth & Garrrett sweep the chain for the $1400-$100 lead.
$300 Chain: GRAPE - Jelly - Doughnut - Hole - Punch - Bowl. Then
Piccera & Johnetta sweep for $1600-$1400 and the lead.
Gambling Chain: WARM - Climate -
Change - Hands - F? - Range - ROVER. One word left with Piccera &
Johnetta leading by $700. They get FREE to win $1900 to $1100.
Super Chain Keyword: BABY. Piccera &
Johnetta connect with Boom, Talk, but miss Mama, Face, Steps,
Blue, and Shower.
In the nightcap, basketballers
Keyla & Dawn trail married couple Evan & Kelly, $1300 to $1700.
The Betting Round gives us: NUCLEAR - Family - Reunion - Tour - B?
- Ticket - BOOTH. Kelly boards the BUS to win for her & Evan,
$2000 to $800.
The Super Chain will have
Evan & Kelly connecting
HAPPY with... Birthday, Ending, Holidays, Trails, and Accident,
but miss Camper and Halloween.
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 3p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
Returning champions the Turkiewicz
family will see if they can try it again, when they play against
the Dickens family.
Tommy, Mary, Tricia, Karen, Anthony
Roland, Jimmy, Ricky, Rita, Tony
SINGLE: If Superman flew naked,
something he might hit his "super package" on.
Building/Skyscraper49 5. Antenna/Cell tower 6
2. Pole/Lamppost 15
3. Bird/Biting goose 8
4. Tree/Pine tree 8
SINGLE: 100 women: something you see in your boyfriend's bedroom
which makes you realize he's too young for marriage.
1. Action figs/Toys 33
5. Dirty laundry 8
2. Video games/Xbox 14 6. Mom's pic/over
3. Comic books 13
7. Food/Moldy pizza 5
4. Posters/Miley Cyrus10
DOUBLE: a kind of place that really gives you the creeps.
1. Graveyard 29
5. Dark alley 6
2. Haunted/Old house20 6. Funeral
3. Morgue 15
7. Cave 4
4. Hospital/Asylum 10
TRIPLE: something guys never get tired of looking at.
2. TV/Movie/Sports 16
3. Cars 7
4. Money 2
The Dickens took the last survey on a sweep for the win and the
Turkiewiczes the $500 greendot.com prepaid cards.
Jimmy & Roland will now play Fast Money. Jimmy started off slow,
as he thought you can find a hammer inside a tent. He recovered on
the next three to get 139. His cousin Roland thought of a shovel
in a tent, but the splint on a broken leg got them their $20,000.
Fast Money #1 answers
- 100 married men: 1-10, rate your wife's driving: 5
- A piece of equipment a camper has in his tent: Lantern (Both
- A popular dessert: Cake (Roland)
- Something you might need if you break your leg: Crutches (Jimmy)
- Something a house painter uses: Paintbrush (Jimmy)
In the nightcap, returning
champions the Stowers family can see if they can win a new Ford
Edge if they can win against the Fincher family.
TRIPLE: something a student might decide to swallow rather than
hand it over to the teacher.
1. Bubblicious/Food 51
2. Note/Love note 31
3. Drugs/Pills 12
4. Cheat sheet 3
In order of the Stowers to win a car, they had to steal the #4
answer on the last survey. A cigarette couldn't swallow that
chance of a new car, but they do get $500 greendot.com prepaid
cards along with over $22,000 in winnings and the Finchers the
Amanda & Colt will attempt Fast Money. Amanda started light, but
rallied at the end to get 138. Colt got three #1s in a row, to get
them their $20,000.
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah
Winner of this match gets a two-week
reprieve as the collegians take the stage.
criminal defense attorney
bus driver & trainer
orig. Evansville, IN
nurse residency program manager
Mara starts with $200 Anagrammed
Books of the Bible, finding the Daily Double under $800
Double-Letter Brands By Slogan. She goes all-in on this: "The
toughest 4-letter word on wheels." "What is Jeep?" FOR THE DOUBLER,
$5600! After a visit from Po of "Kung Fu Panda 3" fame (as voiced,
no doubt, by Jack Black), Mara holds onto the lead with $7800 to
$5800 for Chris. Sandy has $5000 and the board to start Double
... with $400 Rotten Tomatoes. Sandy finds the first Daily Double
under $1600 Where's That Book? She bets $2000 on this: Max is
wearing his wolf suit & causing mischief at the start of this
Sendak classic. "What is 'Where the Wild Things Are'?" Good for
$9400. She finds the other under $1200 Starts & Ends with
Different Vowels. She fronts $2000 on this: a term for military
weapons, ammunition & combat vehicles; insert an "I" & you get a
statute. Sandy blanks on ordnance, leaving her with $8600. She
ends up with $9800 to $12,200 for Mara, but both are put to shame
by Chris' $21,400.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "The American Revolution": he wrote,
"As life and fortune are risked by serving his majesty, it is
necessary that the latter shall be secured". Correct response: who
was Benedict Arnold?
Alex put it best: "If I'm going to be a traitor to my country, I
wanna get paid." Chris gets paid to the tune of $18,399. Mara
leaves with $18,801, and the adults leave for a while, because on
Monday, 15 rival schools are united by fate...
Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Eric/Sarah - $6,199(traded from $6,846)
Kristi - $5,299
Joseph - $3,500
Corinne - $2,397
Raul - $2,299
Jennifer - $1,500
Darron Jay - $1,000
Vicky - $150
Lonwana - $0
Quickie Deals - $700
Big Deal Choice 1 - 10
Big Deal Choice 2 - 38
Big Deal Choice 3 - 39
Big Deal Location 1 - 32
Big Deal Location 2 - 27
Big Deal Location 3 - 28
Big Deal Wins- 24/87
Car Wins - 45
Total for Week 17- $164,978
Total for the Season: $3,038,386.11
Best Week: Week 4 - $241,037
3M Passed - 01/28/2016 - 86(28+ 28+ 30 Shows)
The march to $4,000,000 and the end of
the week starts off with a couple. Eric/Sarah(cave people) are it.
Eric is the boss first. He can take the LMAD envelope or the $50
on the outside bankroll. He takes the envelope and passes on $50 +
$100 X 14 = $1,450. Sarah can keep the envelope or take Curtain 3.
She takes Curtain 3 and she passes on a bike package with Apple
Watches worth $2,168! They make this last decision together. Will
they take the curtain or take the Big Box? They keep the curtain
and pass on the Big Box which was LAUNDERED MONEY(ZONK)! Curtain 3
gives them....wait one second! Will they keep the curtain or take
the $1 on the outside bankroll? They keep the curtain which was $1
+ $20 X 44 = $881. The curtain gives them a trip to Belize for 5N
at the Xanadu Island Resort worth $6,846!
Lonwana the Hippie is playing for a Hyundai Accent GS worth
$17,425. She is playing CARD SHARK(a/k/a Hi-Lo). Tiffany has a
standard deck of 52 cards. Lonwana cuts the deck and Tiffany deals
the top 9 from left to right. Lonwana has to guess whether the
next card is higher or lower. Aces are high, 2s are lower and
repeats count as a mistake. We have three milestone marks. Card 3
gives her $1,000. Card 6 gives her $2,500 and Card 9 wins her the
car. She gets a Free Pass for one mistake up to Card 6. The last
three she must get on her own without any help. Her first card is
a Queen of Hearts. Lonwana guesses lower and it's a 5 of Diamonds.
Lonwana guesses higher for Card 3 and has $1,000 with a 10 of
spades. She goes on and says LOWER and has a 6 of diamonds. She
says HIGHER for Card 5 and hands in her FREE PASS because it was a
three of spades and LOWER. Lonwana wins $2,500 with a Jack of
Diamonds. If she goes on, she must win the car on her own from
Card 6. She goes for the car. She says LOWER than a Jack for Card
7 and it's LOWER with a 7 of diamonds. She says lower than 7 and
she is OUT because it was an 8 of hearts.
Corinne the pink-haired lady gets a new piece of technology - the
Olive Music player which plays all your internet music and
streaming services wirelessly through this device. Wayne will give
her this device + 2x it's value in cash or the small box. She
keeps the music player and passes on an EGG PLANT(ZONK)!. She wins
the music player which is worth $799 plus that value X 2 = $1,598
for a total of $2,397! Darron Jay the Zonk has Curtain 2 and
Jonathan has the small box. We have a song battle and after it
Darron Jay picks the small box. The Curtain had a new dining room
worth $2,973. Darron Jay takes $1,000 over the small box and
passes on a 5N trip to Smuggler's Notch in Vermont worth $6,450!
Wayne needs a personal assistant and Kristi the Dinosaur is it.
She will help Wayne with the $2,500 he gives her. We start off
with Raul the Graduate. Will he take the Big Box or
$400...$500...$600...he takes the box and wins a home gym with
bike and medicine ball set worth $2,299! Next up is Jennifer the
Butterfly. She can take Curtain 1 or
$600...$800...$1,000...$1,500...Jennifer takes $1,500 and passes
on a game room including a ping pong table and 43" 4K HDTV worth
$5,299! Kristi is fired. But she gets the leftovers including the
$1,000 in cash and the game room. Will she keep her prizes worth
$6,299 or take the LMAD Envelope? She keeps it and passes on a
trip to Hawaii! It was a trip for 4N at the Westin Maui Hotel
Joseph the tropical guy is playing WHO WANTS TO ANSWER MULTIPLE
CHOICE QUESTIONS FOR CASH AND PRIZES? Joseph wins $500 for knowing
that the car in the card game was ORANGE, $1,000 for knowing that
LAUNDERED MONEY was in the Big Box as a ZONK, and $2,000 for
knowing that ENGLAND was not a trip offered today. Joseph has
$3,500. We have two curtains 2 and 3. One has a zonk and one has a
brand new car. Will he keep the cash, buy Curtain 2 or buy Curtain
3? He keeps the cash. He would have bought 3 which was A MOBILE
PHONE(ZONK). 2 had the brand new car which was a Kia Forte LX
Last deal involves Vicky the Angry Bird. She can take the LMAD
Fortune Cookie or the Big Box? She keeps the cookie and passes on
a new BBQ from Bull worth $2,458! The fortune reads: WEALTH AWAITS
YOU...BUT NOT TODAY. $150.
Who trades for a shot at $23,685? It's Eric/Sarah with their
Belize trip! They pick 3. 2 was a kitchen package with
refrigerator/kitchen island and cookware worth $2,578! They win a
new Honda Four-Trax Rancher ATV worth $6,199! 1 was the Big Deal
and it was a $21,685 Jeep Renegade Sport SUV and $2,000 in cash!
It was worth $23,685!
Monopoly Millionaires' Club
by Chico Alexander
Syn: check listings, also playing on YouTube
Host: Billy Gardell with Todd Newton, Korrina Rico & Paige
Who has what it takes to tame the
Rock'n'Roller? We start with Shawn from the Cats (Ishpeming,
MI/Michigan Lottery) playing NO VACANCY. He eventually books four
on each floor with $24,000 in the bank. He locks in the guaranteed
cash, $12,000 for him, $12,000 for his section. In the rabbit hole
is the Green Limo... and two guests.
Elsie from the Boots (Whiteland, IN/Hoosier Lottery) has her good
luck charm: her husband. Let's play ADVANCE TO BOARDWALK. First
roll is 5 for $5000. Second is 4 for $9000 more, $14,000! WE need
a 2 and a 3 to win. She gets the 3 for $12,000 more, $26,000
total. Will she risk it for a shot at a 2? She's going for it...
the 1 for $13,000, but we're out of number. Still, she gets
$19,500. Boots get $19,500.
Rounding out the night with COMMUNITY CHEST and Cynthia from the
Dog Pound (Glendale, AZ/Arizona Lottery). Chest #1... $1000. In
Chest #4... Nothing. Chest #6... $16,000. Will she keep the
$17,000 OR take a 2 in 7 shot at $100,000? She's going with Chest
#7... $48,000! That's a win!
But who's going to GO FOR A MILLION? It's Shawn with his $24,000!
Audience Jackpot: $200,000.
- 7 to Chance - Card #1... $1000!
- 2 to Jail/Just Visiting - Cell #2... LOSE A ROLL
- 4 to Virginia Ave. - $7000
He needs a double to stay in the game.
- 7 to Kentucky Avenue - $12,000. He ends up with $20,000 to split
down the middle.
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Amber Lancaster, Rachel
Reynolds & George
Record today: 4-2
Record for week 18: 13-16-1
Record this season: 256-242-24
Total today*: $102,253
Total this week*: $337,643
Total this season*: $6,912,236
Perfect bids: 7/522
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 2/1
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 5/1
Best week: Week 4: $746,658
$6M Passed: 1/12/16
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded
Almost time to log off and power down.
It's the big finish of Socially @wesome Week 2016!
First up, Sisilie Manin, Bart Lerner, Erica Sutton, and Tonya
Sartin bid on a snowbike (C-Note: about a week late with that).
The $1421 snowbike goes to Tonya, who can use it in Utah (6n @ The
Grand Lodge at Brian Head) if she wins Flip Flop. The price is not
$7528. She flips... $5728 is a winner!
Sisilie gets a $1220 car stereo... to put in a 2016 Hyundai Accent
maybe? Depends on whether or not she defeats That's Too Much! She
thinks $19,250 is too much, and that's... WAY too much. It was
$17,520, so $17,810, one to the left of her choice, was too much.
Did you want to see George's podium or his car? Go to CBS.com to
see the final #UDecide moment of the week. Meanwhile, Bart will
try and parlay a $1519 smartphone into $100,000 in Pay the Rent!
In the mail: Del Monte sweet peas... $1.29. First floor, Nutter
Butter bites for $2.19 and Pillsbury pie crusts for $3.99. Total:
$6.18. On the second floor: Birdola Plus for $7.99 and Newman's
Own coffee for $10.99. Total: $18.98. Yeah, that's our cue to
stop, which Bart does. The Coricidin HBP... $6.59. A solution from
the home offices in Tenafly, New Jersey...
ATTIC: coffee ($10.99)
2F: bird feed/cookies ($10.18)
1F: cold remedy/peas ($7.88)
MAIL: pie crusts ($3.99)
There are at least two more solutions. But $10,000... Not
Sisilie wins at the Big Wheel. Meanwhile, Julie Butler goes for a
$750 camera. She'll get a grill and a set of Oscar de la Renta
shoes if she correctly plays the 1 Right Price of $3760. Gotta be
the shoes, right? RIGHT!
Mark Zamora gets a $999 treadmill and a run at a dishwasher, a
pool table, an HDTV, and maybe a 2016 Ford Fusion in More or Less.
He gets the $849 dishwasher, the $3595 pool table, and the $2200
TV, meaning we're going right into the car. The mark is $22,500.
Is it MORE? YES! It's $22,935!
Erica has last bid last chance with an acoustic/electric guitar.
The price: $1100. The winner... ERICA! She'll take the guitar to
the Stagecoach Country Music Festival (3n via limo @ Hyatt Regency
Indian Wells Resort, penthouse suite) with $1000 if she wins
Cliffhangers. Cooler for $10? It's $20 for 10 spaces. Humidifier
for $38? No, it's $30 for 8 more, giving her a precarious seven
spaces of play on a set of hair rollers. Are they $45? YES!
Julie spins out $11,000 on the Big Wheel to join Sisilie in
Showcase Row. First up, a PC, a pair of scooters, and a trip to
Japan (6n @ Hyatt Regency Kyoto). Top winner Julie passes, and
Sisilie bids $23,000. Julie gets a trip to Napa Valley (4n @ River
Terrace Inn) and a 2016 Nissan Frontier SV. She bids $22,000.
Actual price: $29,799, a difference of $7799. Actual price of
Sisilie's Showcase: $27,645, a difference of $4645 for the win!
Sisilie ends the week strong with $28,865!
Tune in next week as TPIR takes a walk down the Golden Road to the
Golden Game on February 7.
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Syn/YesTV: Friday 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for today: $49,840
Total for Week 20 - $216,904
Total for the Season: $4,593,761
Bonus Win Percentage: 28/100
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 16/1
Mystery Round Prizes won: 7
Car Wins: 3
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 94/4
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 1/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 23/100/6/7
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 52/100/16/22
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 25/19
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 39/27
$2,500 Space Hit - 28
$3,500 Space Hit - 62
$5,000 Space Hit - 19
Bankrupt Space Hit - 279
Lose A Turn Hit - 97
Gift Tags won: 33
Free Play Hit: 105
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 4/100
Best Week: Week 12 - $306,708(Sears Family Week)
Bankrupt Losses: $635,648 + 2 trips of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $1,519,449 + 2 trips of unknown value
4M Passed - 87 Shows - 01/13/16 (66 + 21 shows)
It's the last day of "Teen Best
Friends" week! The $1,000 Tossup is SONG TITLE. Julia/Natalie
solve WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS. They have been friends for 7 years.
Khang/Sean have been friends for 3 years. Jordan/Cassie have been
friends for 3 years.
The $2,000 Tossup is FUN & GAMES. Cassie/Jordan have $2,000 with
EXTREME SPORTS. They start WHAT ARE YOU DOING? and miss.
Julia/Natalie solve FINISHING MY HOMEWORK for $4,200. They have
Julia/Natalie also start the Eggland's Best Eggs mystery round
which is BEFORE & AFTER. They pick up the NYC trip with a $500 F,
dominate and solve DAIRY QUEEN OF ENGLAND for $4,300 and a trip to
NYC at the Roosevelt Hotel with Tickets to "The Woods Man" worth
$10,340! They have $19,840 in cash and prizes!
Khang/Sean finally get their shot and start the Prize
Puzzle/Express Wedge round which is PLACE. They hit Lose a Turn.
Cassie/Jordan hit a $3,500 R but lose that on Bankrupt.
Julia/Natalie hit an Express Wedge S for $1,000 and hop on. They
hit a $1,000 N, but crash and lose $2,000 on a Bad U. Khang/Sean
lose $600 on Bankrupt. Cassie/Jordan solve AWESOME BEACHFRONT
HOTEL for $3,100 and a trip to Oahu, Hawaii at the Outrigger
Waikiki Beach Resort worth $12,200! They have $17,300 in cash and
The $3,000 Tossup is THING. Julia/Natalie have $22,840 with GIRL
POWER. They start FOOD & DRINK and miss. Khang/Sean miss.
Cassie/Jordan solve WARM MIXED NUTS for $4,600. They have $21,900
and we have time for...
...PERSON. We go right into a FINAL SPIN worth $1,550 a letter.
Cassie/Jordan solve DRILL SERGEANT for $3,100 and win with $25,000
in cash and prizes including a trip to Hawaii! Julia/Natalie are
going to NYC with a very nice total of $22,840! Khang/Sean get the
The Pre-Bonus Round Total is $49,840! Cassie/Jordan land on the I
in SPIN. They are dealing with a PHRASE. With the RSTLNE and their
choices of D H F I we have:
_ _ / T H E
_ _ _ _
They couldn't solve it BY THE BOOK and lost $33,000! They leave
with $25,000 including their Hawaii trip!
5K Spin ID - JC7965520
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
Dan Markham (Stratford, CT)
His six-year-old son wanted Batman to be Dan's Plus One here.
(+1): His wife, Jamie
He sweeps the first 5, then uses the 50:50 at $7,000. He then soon
Upon going public, what tech company created its NASDAQ stock
symbol by simply cutting off the last two letters of its name?
Dan eliminates A and C, figuring that those would be too long to
make a stock symbol that way. He's leaning toward D, but he's not
feeling good enough, so he asks the audience. 51% agree with him.
He goes with D... but it's B (39%)! As a result, he leaves with
Michael Parker (Gainesville, VA)
He dresses for success.
(+1): His girlfriend, Amy
He gets help from the audience at $1,000 and his girlfriend at
$2,000, then has this to consider...
An acronym for "middle-aged men in Lycra," the word "MAMIL" was
added to the Oxford Dictionaries in 2014 to describe older
enthusiasts of what sport?
The 50:50 leaves A and C. Michael thinks that Lycra has something
to do with a mountainous place, and that leads him to A... but
it's C! That sends him home with nothing.