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The $100,000 Pyramid
by Chico Alexander
Host: Michael Strahan
big game fan
Super Bowl champion QB for the Green
"Dancing with the Stars"
GAME 1: Deez Knits; Tall, Dark, and
Awesomel Wiki Wiki What?!, Go Shortie!, Off to a Rocky Start; Oh,
Yes! Oh, Yes! Oh No!
Curtis & Aaron sweep "Deez Knits" (things associated with
knitting). Going into the last round, we're tied at 11. Curtis has
the monitor for "Oh, Yes! Oh, Yes! Oh, No!" (exciting things that
can occasionally be disappointing). He & Aaron get 6 after Curtis
said "day" for "you were born on this day" for 17. Erin & Brook
need to sweep "Off to a Rocky Start" (words that begin with the
sound "yo"). Yogurt... yo-yo... yolk... Yoda... yodel... yoga...
Yoko is a win, 18-17!
WINNERS' CIRCLE for $50,000: Brook gives.
- Famous Rappers - $1000
- Parts of a Cow - $1500
- "What a Magician Might Say" - $2000
- Types of Peppers - $3000
- Things That Make You Laugh - PASS
- Bubbly Things - $5000
- Things That Make You Laugh - TIME OUT. But she gets $12,500. If
she gets back, she's playing for $100,000. Let's swap the
GAME 2: Wrong Hole!, At Sixes and Sevens, Haywatch, Y'all Ready
for This?, Good Vibrations, All That and Dim Sum
Erin & Curtis pick the Mystery 7 right away under "Good
Vibrations" for a trip to the Caribbean. They get a hand, salt, a
leg, a rattle, a martini, and run out of time on tambourine (Erin
thought it was "trampoline"). Those were things people shake.
Going into round 3, Erin & Curtis trail, 12-11, as Curtis gets the
monitor for "Y'all Ready for This?" (things associated with the
American South). They need one to tie. They get two. Aaron & Brook
need one to tie, two to win in "All That and Dim Sum" (things you
might see at a Chinese restaurant). They get the two - chopsticks
and menu - to win, 14-13.
WINNERS' CIRCLE for $100,000: Brook gives again.
- Dinosaurs - $1000
- "What a Baby Might Say" - $1500
- People in a Courtroom - $2000
- Things on a Pool Table (Billiards) - $3000
- Famous Jennifers - $4000
- People Who Are Bald - WIN! That's a total of $112,500!
(C-Note: again, not to pick nits, but "prehistoric animals" was
descriptive, not listing. I would've buzzed that)
Second round coming...
works in real estate
adventurous mother of two
FUN FACT: Italia and Robbie are
married to each other.
GAME 1: Awww, Yeah; Appy House; A Moment of Science, Please;
That's How Eye Roll; Oh, Snap!; Girls Just Want to Have Funyuns.
Italia & Jacob begin by running "Oh, Snap!" (people and things
that can't snap their fingers) and "That's How Eye Roll" (people
and things you might roll your eyes at). Going into the final
subjects, Patti & Robbie trail, 14-12. Patti gives on "Girls Just
Want to Have Funyuns" (things you might find in a vending
machine), needing two to stay alive. They get all seven. So Jacob
& Italia need five to tie, six to win on "A Moment of Science,
Please" (topics a scientist likely knows more about than you).
Gravity... fossils... plants... an eclipse... hurricane... and
magnets win, 20-19!
WINNERS' CIRCLE for $50,000: Jacob gives
- Months - $1000
- Parts of a Bird - $1500
- Types of Condiments - $2000
- "What a Comedian Might Say" (Comic) - $3000
- Movie Directors - $4000
- Things That Are Spoiled - WIN! If Jacob wins the next game with
Robbie, he's playing for a total of $150,000! Meanwhile, Italia is
laughing all the way to the bank.
GAME 2: Melanious, Put A Ringo On It, Mad Rhymes, Exsqueeze Me,
Custardy Battle; Monogamy, Shmonogamy.
Mystery 7 in play again. Italia & Patti sweep "Custardy Battle"
(foods you might put in a pie). The Mystery 7 is "Mad Rhymes" for
a Disney Cruise of the Bahamas. They get bad, ad, glad, iPad,
Brad, fad, and run out of time there. These were all words that
rhyme with "mad". They make up for it by running "Put a Ringo On
It" (first names of Rock & Roll Hall of Famers) to make it 13-10
going into the third pass. Patti gives on "Exsqueeze Me" (things
you might squeeze), needing 3 to tie. They get all 7, meaning
Jacob needs five to win on "Melanious" (things associated with
Melania Trump). Donald.. Mother... First Lady... model... and
speech win, 18-17!
WINNERS' CIRCLE for $100,000: Jacob gives.
- Parts of Your Leg - $1000
- Kinds of Fish - $1500
- "What a Babysitter Might Say" - $2000
- Types of Crackers - $3000
- Things in a Bar - $4000
- Things That Are Perky - $150,000 on "pointy breasts!"
Celebrity Family Feud
Host: Steve Harvey
First up in our double header, Steve's
family faces off against each other!
Son-in-law Benjamin (captain),
son-in-law Kareem, wife Marjorie, sons Jason & Broderick
playing for Morehouse College
daughter Karli (captain), daughters
Morgan, Lori & Brandi, mother Doris
playing for Spelman College
SINGLE: 100 married women: Some
days, I'd be willing to trade my man for a really good what?
1. Massage/Spa day 32
5. Vacation 7
2. Bank account 21
6. Drink 5
3. Dog 18 7. Nap 3
4. Young stud 8
SINGLE: a part of a woman that moves when she walks in a sexy way.
1. Her glazed hams 56
5. Hair 2
2. Hips 28
6. Flirty eyes 2
3. Pink-nosed puppies 6
4. Legs 3
Harvey boys lead 157-0
DOUBLE: 100 married men: something you'd hate your wife to catch
1. A lie 37
5. A hotel 3
2. My lover/his bed 26
3. Her duds/Prom gown23
4. Mid-stare at babe 10
Jail couldn't seal a win fore the boys. Game goes on.
100 single men: Some women have hot bodies, but the women you meet
have hot what?
1. Hot tempers/'tudes
2. Hot lips/faces 19
3. Hot flashes 7
4. Hot breath 4
A total Harvey stumper. Only #4 was answered here. This survey
stumped the Harvey boys. Game goes to sudden death either way.
Sudden death question: Name something you might be holding at
midnight on New Yea'rs Eve. Harvey Girls get in first that thought
it was a Man, but the Harvey Boys win it knowing it's that bubbly
Marjorie gets two #1s in Fast Money, but she & Broderick can only
muster enough for $10,000. Suit might have done it for Roderick.
Fast Money #1 answers
- What percent of the work does the husband do in the delivery
- Fill in the blank. Pony _______.: Ponytail
- Something you might drink a glass of: Water (Marjorie)
- Something a person's belly does: Growls
- Something about Steve Harvey that's sharp: Mind (Marjorie)
Next match is between two
Ralph (captain), fiance Patrice, kids
Ralph, Anna & Robert
playing for University of Virginia Health Foundation
Kareem(captain), son Adam, cousin
Rose-Ann, son Amir, nephew Thomas
playing for the Skyhook Foundation
SINGLE: a part of your body you can
hang a donut on.
1. Finger/Hand 58
5. Toe 4
2. My Magic Johnson 20 6. Arm 3
3. Ear 6
7. Long pointy boobs 3
4. Nose 5
SINGLE: something a wife might do behind her husband's back.
1. Shop/Spend money50
5. Flirt 2
2. Cheat 33
6. Surprise party 2
3. Stick tongue out 3
4. Pig out 2
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar leads 182-0
DOUBLE: Fill in the blank. At a wild office party, they might play
pin the tail on the _______. what?
1. Boss/Owner 43
5. Intern 3
2. Assistant 21
3. Donkey 15
4. Stripper 10
Neither family thought of the obvious answer.
TRIPLE: an animal that bathes itself.
1. Cat 65
2. Bird/Duck 12
3. Elephant 10
4. Dog 3
Sampsons made the comeback to win the game.
Patrice and Ralph III take Fast Money for $25,000 in six.
Fast Money #1 answers
- 1-10, how good do you look first thing in the morning?: 5 (Ralph
- A job in Vegas that really makes good tips: Dealer
- Besides mustard, something you put on a hot dog: Ketchup
- A sport which requires having a good stroke: Golf (Patrice)
- A place people fight for the arm rest: Movie/Theater (Patrice)
The Harvey Girls & the Abdul-Jabbars will
also have donations made in their name, though what they are
exactly aren't specified.
Flea Market Flip
by Chico Alexander
GAC: Sunday 8p/9c
Host: Lara Spencer
Kate & Howie
Shawn & Stephanie
We begin at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in
New Milford, CT.
- Geometric Design
- Less Is More
- Rehab Design
Kate/Howie: mail sorter ($30),
wrought iron planter ($90), secretary desk ($30) = $150 spent
Shawn/Stephanie: credenza ($70), console ($35), tool
box ($15) = $120 spent.
After the flip, we head to the
Grand Bazaar NYC.
Kate/Howie: storage bench ($170
profit), planter table ($135 profit), secretary ($170
Shawn/Stephanie: black & white cabinet ($75 profit), tool box
profit), console ($245 profit)
Both teams sold for $625, so it'll come down to who bought better.
Shawn & Stephanie sell out quickly for $505. Kate & Howie end up
with... $475. Shawn & Stephanie win!
Guy's Grocery Games
by Chico Alexander
Food: Sunday 8p/6c
Host: Guy Fieri
Today's special at Flavortown...
double coupons. It's Twins Day!
Nicholas & Aristotle Cleanthes
Jessica & Amanda Lewis
food truck owners
Matt & Jon Burgess
twin brothers; Matt is a CHiP, Jon a firefighter
On hand for this double-up are the
panel of Brian Malarkey, Justin Warner, and Damaris Phillips.
GAME 1: use the ingredients of the perfect birthday cake - eggs,
chocolate, vanilla extract, and milk - and FLIP THIS DISH into a
- Cleanthes: Scallops with Chocolate-Covered Strawberries & a
- Lewis: Peppercorn-Crusted Filet mignon with Dark Chocolate
- Burgess: Bacon Cheeseburger with Fruit Cobbler
GAME 2: Our parts will have to make a classic duo... using a pair
of dice. It's LET IT ROLL. Required ingredient: Japanese mayo.
Required equipment: a fryer.
- Lewis: Shrimp & Grits
- Burgess: Chicken & Waffles
GUY'S SHOPPING SPREE:
- 1) An edible yellow gourd that shares its name with a type of
pasta (SPAGHETTI SQUASH)
- 2) A sticky sweet mixture of whole milk & sugar typically sold
in a can (CONDENSED MILK)
- 3) Highly-seasoned pork sausage commonly used in Mexican &
Spanish dishes (CHORIZO)
- 4) This common condiment originated in China using spiced fish
instead of tomatoes (KETCHUP)
Trivia 101 helps the Lewis twins to $16,000.
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah
Two big paydays for Lisa. Hopefully
Friday is JUST as big, if not bigger.
high school biology teacher
JEOPARDY! ROUND: Quick Geography,
TV in the Steam, Orange, Scary Reading, "Oop"s, Now You've Stepped
Lisa starts with $200 Scary Reading, where she finds the Daily
Double under $600. The only one in money - $600 from the first two
clues - she bets $500 on this: you know the stuff that makes up
1/4 of the universe but we can't see it? Peter Straub put "A"
before it to title this 201 book. "What is 'A Dark Matter'?" RIGHT
for $1100! She ends up with $6900 to $5000 for Pat. Brittany has
$2000 and the first pick in...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Founding Fathers, The Korean War, 4-Letter
Words, American Art, Astronomy, "Center"-tainment.
... with $400 Astronomy. Brittany finds the first Daily Double
under $1200 American Art. She wagers $2000 on this: Shepard
Fairey's iconic 2008 painting of Barack Obama began as a 60" x 44"
collage in his studio & featured this 4-letter word. "What is
hope?" That's right for $5600! Lisa finds the other under $1600
The Korean War. With one clue left, she bets $2000 on this: he
ordered his country's troops into Korea in October 1950 to protect
his 1-year-old Communist regime. "Who is Kim Il-sung?" No, it was
Chairman Mao, dropping her to $11,300. She got the money back and
ended the round with $13,300 to $12,600 for Pat. Brittany is still
in it with $8800.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Books of the 1960s": "Wherever I sat... I
would be sitting under the same glass" this, the title of the
author's only novel. Correct response: "What is 'The Bell Jar'?"
No one came up with the correct response, but only Pat would hold
back to win $7599. Lisa leaves with $64,402.
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
CBS: Friday 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Amber Lancaster, Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith Rachel
Reynolds & George Gray
Record today: 2-4
Record for week 40: 15-13-2
Record this season: 514-531-71
Total today*: $55,873
Total this week*: $358,483
Total this season*: $14,287,397
Perfect bids: 21/1026
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/3
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 5/1
Best week: Week 6 - Big Money Week: $707,684
$14 million passed: 6/20/17
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded
to the nearest dollar.
This is a bit on the complicated side
of things, but follow us anyway. Today is the regular season
finale of TPIR, but there are still two make-goods to air plus the
4th of July and Back to School specials that will air over the
summer. There are currently no planned airdates for the
make-goods, so best advice: stay tuned to PriceIsRight.com/calendar
In the meantime, we're going to wrap up the 45th anniversary
season proper with Francis Valente, Rebecca Calderon, Calvin Ford,
and Bridget O'Malley bidding on a pair of paddleboards with
accessories. The $1880 paddleboards go to Bridget, who can take
those with a water bottle and a set of luggage to Maui (6n @
Ka'anapali Beach Hotel) in Make Your Move.
5 3 2 5 9 2 4 3 1
She goes $31 for the bottle, $532 for the luggage, and $5924 for
the trip.... had the luggage and the trip backwards.
Calvin gets a $999 Surface tablet with stylus. He can win a Mini
Cooper Hardtop if he knows when That's Too Much! He thinks $23,623
is too much, and that's... not even in the ballpark. It was
$26,000, so $26,451 was too much.
Janice Remland goes down and up thanks to a $620 Playstation 4
Guitar Hero package. She can put that in a new living room with 3D
4KTV, kegerator, mini-fridge and $1500 from Postmates if she wins
at the ol' Vend-O-Price:
- 7 black cherry Jell-Os
- 5 Del Monte green beans
- 3 Blue Diamond Nut-Thins crackers
She takes the crackers. The Jell-O is $1.99 for $13.93 total. The
beans are $2.29 for $11.45 total. The crackers are $2.99 for $8.97
Bridget gets the win at the first Showdown round. Meanwhile,
Rebecca scores a $2025 trip to Palm Springs (3n @ Hyatt Palm
Springs via limo) and a shot at $3576 designer shoes for him &
her, a $1201 MacBook pro, and a $1070 foosball table. One of those
is wrong. She goes with the Mac... $2229 is right!
Francis gets off the schneid with a $2149 gas range with cookware.
He'll cook up a trip to Germany (6n @ Schloss Elmau Luxury Spa
Retreat) if he can beat the Shell Game. He gets chips from a $60
steam iron, an $80 white noise machine, and a $200 juicer. That
leaves second from stage left hidden. The ball... second from
Bessie Bray brays her way to a $1245 car stereo. She'll have that
installed in a Mazda 3 Sport, and for the last time in the regular
season, here's the 45-card Easter egg...
19 45 79
53 31 18
92 86 20
(C-Note: check out the 31).
Middle number: 8. 20.. FRONT! 79... money. 53... money. 86...
money. Last pick is 92, and she wins... 310 money. The car was
$20,831. (C-Note: told you)
Three-way Spin-Off leads to Bessie winning $1000 on the Big Wheel.
First in the Showcase, sunglasses, a Caribbean cruise (11d @ Costa
Cruises), and a Hyundai Accent. Top winner Bessie bids $22,500.
Bridget gets a pair of smart watches & a smart phone, a trip to
San Francisco (5n @ San Francisco Marriott Marquis), and a Jeep
Patriot Latitude. She bids $24,000. Actual price: $30,947, a
difference of $6947. Actual price of Bessie's Showcase... $24,732
to win with a difference of $2232 and a total of $27,287!
The plan right now? Be back NEXT TUESDAY for the 4th of July
Steve Harvey's Funderdome
by Chico Alexander
Host: Steve Harvey
More products, more money inside Steve
$20,000 ROUND: Ryan & Amanda's BTO Cooler vs. Tracey's Swankey
Beverage Tote. Both of these products allow your drink to keep its
cool. Ryan & Amanda Irish's (New Port Richey, FL) cooler is a
coozy that can hold more than one can, while Tracey Luebbers'
(Wylie, SC) tote has a hidden dispensing bag for drinks. The Cash
Out button comes.... and goes.
- FUNDED: SWANKEY BEVERAGE TOTE
$20,000 ROUND: Helya's Slick Chicks vs. Mary's Chaddeze. Helya
Muhammad (New York City) created women's underwear with a clasp on
the side for when you really have to go. Mary Fennell
(Independence, KY) created boys' underwear with a magnet down
front... also for when you really have to go. Here's the Cash
Out... and Helya CASHES OUT for $6500.
- WOULD HAVE BEEN FUNDED: ... SLICK CHICKS
$50,000 ROUND: Mike's Waffle Iron vs. Michael's Repast Supply
Company. Mike Bradford (Pflugerville, TX) made a waffler that
allows you to create stuffed waffles. Michael Finizio (San Rafael,
CA) made a die-equipped rolling pin that creates formed and
stuffed ravioli. Cash Out is in play... and Michael CASHES OUT for
- FUNDED: WAFFLE IRON