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|Double the Walls, Double the Balls
by Chico Alexander & Chris Wolvie
NBC: Sunday 9p & 10p/8 & 9c
Host: Chris Hardwick
||Alex & Jodie are a pair of nurses from Oklahoma City. Alex is a pediatric nurse, while her mom is a cystic fibrosis nurse. Their work with animals - fostering 150 of them in their home - as well as their work with patients earn them a ticket to the Wall.
After Free Fall, their bank is up to $15,140, which is the LEAST
that they can walk away with. It's time to determine the most as
Jodie goes behind the Wall to answer all the questions posted
ROUND 2: We kick it off with a Superdrop... $75,230 for a total of $90,370.
- Q1 (5): a) The 1920s b) The 1930s c) The 1940s: Which decade saw both the Empire State Building officially open and legendary slugger Babe Ruth hit the final home run of his regular playing career? She says A... IT was B, so they're going to lose cash... EVERYTHING.
- Q2 (DOUBLE 7): a) Shakira b) Gwen Stefani c) Kelly Clarkson: Based on the title of her 2006 song, which of these coaches from "The Voice" has hips that are unlikely to lie? She says A... She's RIGHT for ... $2.
- Q3 (TRIPLE 7): a) Fog b) Hail c) Drizzle: According to the National Weather Service, which weather condition is devined as "precipitation consisting of numerous minute droplets of water less than 0.5 mm in diameter"? She goes with A... but it was C, so she's going to lose the $2 whatever happens, so we go right into the Million Dollar Round...
ROUND 3: Free Greens go in #6, #5, #3, and #2... $200,000... $500,000...
$100,000... and $50,000 for a total of $850,000!
- Q1 (3): a) Good and Plenty b) Sweet and Low c) Shake and Bake d) Down and Dirty: In the film "Talladega Nights", Ricky Bobby and his friend Cal adopt which of these sets of nicknames? She says C... RIGHT to add on... $500,000!
- Q2 (2): a) THe CLient b) THe Firm c) The Judge d) The Partner: Prolific legal thriller author John Grisham has sold tens of millions of books over the corse of nearly three decades. Which of these is not one of his books? She goes with B... It was C, so we're going to lose.... $10!
- Q3 (1): a) J.Lo b) Hip-Hop c) Bagels and lox d) Atari: 1520 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx, a high-rise apartment building, is known as the 1973 birthplace of which of these? She says A... but it's B. She's about to lose... $400,000.
The contract is for $55,140
- the initial stake plus $20,000 for every correct answer. Before we find out whether or not she signed the contract or ripped it up, we have to drop the final four Red Balls...
- #6 - $400,000
- #5 - $300,000
- #3 - $50,000
- #2 - $10
... so unless Jodie signed the contract, they're going home with $199,980. Jodie...TORE IT UP!
In the nightcap, Bob, a pediatric eye doctor, and his son Peter, a medical resident, are working with the Strong City Foundation of Orlando. Anything they win on the Wall will go to them. They won their trip to the Wall when Peter became a hero when he risked his life to stop a kidnapping.
FREEFALL: They end up with $35,200. THat's the least. The most is up to Bob who answers the questions and Peter who drops the balls.
SUPERDROP: The first seven balls fall for... $250,032 for a total of $285,232.
- Q1 (7): a) Canada b) United Kingdom c) Germany:
Which of these countries does not have a leader who goes by the title of prime minister? Bob says C... He's RIGHT for $100.
- Q2 (DOUBLE 6): a) U2 b) Motley Crue c) The Who: Which of these musical groups has had the same four-member lineup since 1978? He goes with A...
RIGHT AGAIN for $110,000!
- Q3 (TRIPLE 7): a) Including registry information b) Using address labels c)
Enclosing a map to the wedding: According to the Emily Post Institute, which of these is acceptable etiquette when it comes to weiring and assembling a wedding invitation? He's thinking C... HE'S RIGHT! Perfect round ends in a drop of... $111. That gives them a total of $395,443.
Now comes the hard bit. Final Superdrop comes up... $255,221, leaving $140,222 on the Wall.
FINAL ROUND: Peter drops balls from #4, #5, #6, and #7..... $500,000!...
$1...$1... and $100 for a total of $640,324.
- Q1 (5) a) Magnesium b) Iron c) Zinc d) Copper:
Steel rusts because the metal contains which element? He went with D.... It was B. So they lose... $400,000.
- Q2 (DOUBLE 3): a) Glamorous Glennis b) Voyager c) Memphis Belle d)
Spirit of St. Louis: US Air Force captain Chuck Yeager became the first man to break the speed of sound in a rocket-powered aircraft on October 14, 1947. What did he name that aircraft? He guessed C... but it was A. So we're losing more... $100,010.
- Q3 (TRIPLE 4): a) Hokkaido b) Honshu c) Kyushu d) Shikoku:
Home to a UNESCO World HEritage Site that includes Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, and Nijo Castle, the city of Kyoto is located on which of Japan's four major islands? He says A... It's B. Hold your breath... $700,001.
No point in dropping the Reds, so let's talk about the contract - $95,200 is what we're talking about. Bob ended up... RIPPING UP THE CONTRACT.
Lala, Abigail, Kimberly & Ama are going to 22nd & Third. They won $800!
- VIDEO BONUS: This is the Hagia Sophia. Once the largest cathedral ever built, this epic structure is a landmark in what city? They say "Istanbul"... RIGHT FOR $1600!
| American Ninja Warrior Junior
by Chico Alexander
Universal Kids: Friday 6p/5C
Host: Matt Iseman & Akbar Gbajabiamila with Victoria Arlen
|WILD CARD WATCH
- Jeff Baumgarten: :49.03
- John David Spatola: :51.16
- Luke Milman: :40.32
Jonah Maningo: :49.79
- Zach Hammer: :42.48
- Sophia Beaulieu::49.23
Last week, Kaden Forsha, Emerson Smith, and Kai Beckstrand made a (in Kais' case, return) trip to the quarterfinals. Now another 12 junior ninjas will try to follow in their footsteps.
Each age bracket will have their own set of ninja mentors. Today, they will be Barclay Stockett (9-10 year olds), Grant McCartney (11-12 year olds), and Meagan Martin (13-14 year olds). Each bracket will have their own course specially tailored to them.
BRACKET 1 COURSE (9-10 YEAR OLDS)
- Shrinking Steps -> Little Dipper -> Spider Walls -> Block Run -> Flying Squirrel -> Warped Wall (13' with handholds at 10' & 11'5")
- Ryan Cooper (10; McKinney, TX) vs. John David Spatola (9; Hillsborough, NC). WINNER: Ryan
- Daisy O'Brien (10; Longmont, CO) vs. Maddie Evers (10; Wayne, PA). WINNER: Daisy
- Ryan vs. Maddie. WINNER: Ryan
- Daisy vs. John David. WINNER: John David
FINAL SHOWDOWN: Ryan vs. John David. WINNER: RYAN!
BRACKET 2 COURSE (11-12 YEAR OLDS)
- Shrinking Steps -> Little Dipper -> Double Tilt Ladders -> Block Run -> Wingnuts -> Warped Wall (13' with handholds at 11'5")
- Luke Milman (12; Marietta, GA) vs. Nacssa Garemore (11; Ocala, FL): WINNER: Nacssa
- Lindsey Ferrara (12; Hudson, WI) vs. Serena LoScalzo (12; Washington, DC). WINNER: Lindsey.
- Lindsey vs. Luke. WINNER: Luke.
- Nacssa vs. Serena. WINNER: Nacssa
FINAL SHOWDOWN: Luke vs. Nacssa. WINNER: NACSSA!
BRACKET 3 COURSE (13-14 YEAR OLDS)
- Floating Steps -> Little Dipper -> Crazy Cliffhanger -> Block Run -> Skyhooks -> Warped Wall (13')
- Anika Pivetta (14; Berthoud, CO) vs. Cairo Rosa (13; Indian Rocks Beach, FL). WINNER: Anika
- Sophia Beaulieu (14; West Bloomfield, MI) vs. Zachary Osborn (13; Edina, MN). WINNER: Sophia.
- Anika vs. Zachary. WINNER: Zachary
- Sophia vs. Cairo. WINNER: Sophia
FINAL SHOWDOWN: Zachary vs. Sophia. WINNER: ZACHARY!
Another 12 junior ninjas take the course next time.
| Be Our Chef
by Chico Alexander
Disney+: streaming Fridays
Host: Angela Kinsey
- Wells: 3
- Platt: 3
- Robbins: 2
- Merrill: 1 - ELIMINATED
- Perez: 0 - ELIMINATED
Last week, the Platt family put the Merrills on ice during the Frozen Challenge. Now we find out who will join them. It's win and in.
Fred Jr., Alivia, Alexia, Joni
Tyler, Shelley, Brent, Shayne
The families go to the Magic Kingdom to meet Princess Tiana from "The Princess & the Frog". She is the subject of today's challenge.
PRINCESS & THE FROG CHALLENGE: Create a dish that could be served at Tiana's Palace restaurant.
GARDEN GAME: Beignet Bash. Take a plate of beignets, dip them in sugar, and put them on your tower... without using your hands. The most beignets on the tower wins.
- WINNER: Robbins, 16-14!
MAGIC SPOON: This week, the Robbins family will get... THE WISH! They get to decide which advantage to use. Alivia wants to putt the Wells in TIME OUT.
JUDGMENT: Judging the dishes will be Daniel Contreras, sous-chef of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. He has been working at Epcot Food & Beverage for 12 years.
- Wells: PRincess and the Fish - Blackened Catfish and Cajun Risotto with Cajun Shrimp Sauce
Robbins: Mama Odie's Bayou Chowder
WINNERS: WELLS! They earn another point for their dish and a badge to wear to symbolize their win. As for the Robbins, they have one more chance to prove themselves against the Platts next week
| The Big Fib Premiere
by Chico Alexander
Disney+: season 1 available
Host: Yvette Nicole Brown with CLIVE (Rhys Darby)
Jenna is a hairstylist. She's an expert on hair. Marissa designs wigs for bald eagles. She's an expert on hair. One of these two is telling the truth. The other is telling THE BIG FIB. It's up to our kid player Malachi (11) to figure out who.
SILLY WARM UP ROUND: Malachi will probe the two adults on questions regarding all things hair.
- Malachi thinks Marissa is the fibber. OBVIOUS FIBBER IS OBVIOUS. Jenna Robinson is a professional hairstylist, having worked in film, Broadway, and television for 15 years.
Malachi loves science. He wants to study chemicals and the oceans. He's also a gymnast who learned how to flip via YouTube.
Next up, Malachi is going to learn about jellyfish. That's important because because both Raji, a marine biologist, and Rachel, a jellies aquarist, both claim to be an expert on jellyfish.
ROUND 2: Malachi will once again ask questions, while CLIVE will supply visual clues that both panelists will have to identify, explain, or otherwise relate to the subject.
HOT SEAT: Each panelist will have 40 seconds to answer Malachi's rapid fire questions. After that, Malachi will make his final decision.
THE MOMENT OF TRUTH: Malachi will make one final guess. If he's correct, the fibber will be covered with foam, and Malachi will win the Big Fib Trophy.
- Malachi chooses Raji.
- THE BIG FIBBER... is RAJI! That means that Rachel Stein is indeed the senior jellies aquarist and associate director of animal husbandry at the Norwalk Maritime Museum.
Season 1 available in its entirety on Disney+. Another recap follows Monday.
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire & Sarah
||Winner today will get two weeks off...
JEOPARDY! ROUND: Yearbook Photos of People in Government, World Facts, Magazines, TV, I'd Rather Have, A "Bottle" in Front of Me.
Shawn starts with $200 A "Bottle" in Front of Me. At the TV timeout, Shawn is way out in front with $5400 to $1800 for Charles. Morgan has $1400.
Shawn finds the Daily Double under $600 World Facts. He bets half of his stash - or $3000 - on this: the Bass Strait separates this smalled state of Australia from the mainland. "What is Tasmania?" RIGHT for $9000! He ends up with $11,000 to $3000 for Charles. Morgan has $2600 and the first pick in...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Broadway Musical' Opening Numbers, Graphic Novels, Physics, On the Money, A 1970s Year, That Word Is Quite a Character.
... with $1600 Graphic Novels. Morgan finds the first Daily Double under $1200 Physics. He goes for it on this: from the Greek for "heat" & "power", it's the branch of physics dealing with th eflow of heat & energy. "What is thermodynamics?" FOR THE DOUBLER, $13,200! He also finds the one under $1200 Broadway Musicals' Opening Numbers. He bets $5000 on this: "Food, Glorious Food". "What is 'Oliver!'?" RIGHT for $21,000! He ends up with $21,400. With Shawn at $10,200 to Charles' $8200, it was Morgan's game to lose.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Ivy League Geography": this state borders 3 other states with Ivy League schools, but doesn't have one itself. Correct response: what is Vermont?
Charles is right, but Morgan, who doesn't wager a cent, wins $21,400. Shawn leaves with $11,200, and he'll be back in June once we're done with the teachers.
| Let's Make a Deal Wayne's Favorite Folks
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Daniel - $4,756
Tunette - $3,978
Nicole - $3,799(traded from $10,322)
Jacquelyn - $3,599
Autumn - $2,600
Kari - $2,000
Antwoine/Rona - $500 + RECYCLED!
William - $100
Quickies - $100/$100
Quickie Deals Total - $60,100/$83,700
Perfect Deals - 544
Big Deal Choice 1 - 41
Big Deal Choice 2 - 59
Big Deal Choice 3 - 67
Big Deal Location 1 - 75
Big Deal Location 2 - 49
Big Deal Location 3 - 41
Big Deal Wins- 43
Car Wins -73
ZONKS FOR THE SEASON - 162
Prizes not won today - $66,072
Big Deal prizes not selected today - $31,098
Prizes not won this season -$10,642,397.82+ 7 prizes of unknown value
Total - $35,427
Total for Week 34 - $210,550
Total for the Season: $6,704,350.47 + 2 prizes of unknown value
Total with Quickie Deals - $6,704,450.47+ 2 prizes of unknown value
Best Week - Week 16 - $349,526(PCH Week)
6M Passed 04/23/2020 - 148 shows (19 + 27 + 19 + 26 + 24 + 33)
We end "Wayne's Favorite Folks" week by playing ZONK REDEMPTION. All our
players today have been zonked once before. We want to redeem Nicole the Zonk Tour Guide(she lost three trips). We start off with MEAT
ACCESSORIES(ZONK). Is it a true zonk or a zonk with something good
inside? She can take that or the small box? Leftovers go to
Autumn(zonked in Five Card Wayne). Nicole keeps the zonk. Autumn passes
on $500...$1,000 for the small box which is a DIAMOND NECKLACE worth
$2,600! It's a key shaped diamond necklace from Diamonds by
Angie!(REDEEMED!) Nicole can keep her zonk or take Curtain 1. Leftovers
go to Kari the Pig(zonked in Smash for Cash! Nicole keeps the Zonk. Kari
passes on $500 for...ANOTHER ZONK!(ZONK FALL APART CONVERTIBLE)...but we
look under the hood and we see that Kari wins $2,000 in
cash!(REDEEMED!). Nicole can keep the zonk she has or $1,000? She holds
on to the purse and wins...ZONKEY DOLLARS(ZONK) which she can try and
redeem in THAILAND for 6N at the BYD Lofts in Phuket worth $10,322!
William(as Mr. Clean - who sings about all the prizes he lost). He is playing MAKING IT WAYNE. We have an electric rainbow and 12 coins ranging from $100-$300. William will pick 5 of them. If he can earn
$1,000 or more - that will turn into $10,000! He picks 10, 1, 4, 11,
12. 1 is $300. 11 is $200. He is halfway there. Wayne offers a sure
thing in the small box. It's a 3N stay at the Clift(a Royal Sonesta
Hotel) worth $3,458. William goes on and we show 10. It's $100. 4 is
$200. He is re-offered the trip + the cash which he has $800 - William
goes for the cash and 12 is....$100. He was $100 short. (NOT REDEEMED!)
Jacquelyn(was involved in a goat milking gag) gets a clue from the LMAD Dealings Tabloid - SURPRISE! ITS THE BIG DEAL SURPRISE! She is playing for a Big Deal worth $18,473! She picks Door 1. 2 was a new home office
with a Surface 2 Laptop, office furniture from Rypen.com, a year of
Blueprint Crafting Boxes and $500 worth of Mixtyles Wall Art worth
$5,464 Jacquelyn is REDEEMED(but not with the Big Deal) behind 1. It was
a $3,599 Home Theater with 55" HDTV and Klipsch Audio System. 3 had the
Big Deal Surprise and it started with a 6N stay at the Naia Hotel in
Belize AND EVERYTHING IN THE BIG DEAL SURPRISE! That means the trip, the
office and the theater were worth $18,473!
We need two more people who want to be redeemed - Tunette(zonked in GO BIG OR GO HOME) and Daniel(zonked with three prizes). We have an envelope(which has POCKETS) - the LMAD Gift Bag(YOU'LL HAVE TO LEAVE THE
HOUSE or the Big Box(IT MAY BE SEAWORTHY). They pass on the Big Box
which was a BRICK CANOE(ZONK AGAIN)! Who gets what? Daniel takes the
envelope(after a card trick). He takes the envelope over $1,000 which
is...A GAME ROOM(REDEEMED)! It has a Tavern style pool table(with POCKETS), a pub table with 2 chairs and dartboard worth $4,756! Tunette
takes the bag over $1,000 and is LEAVING THE HOUSE to go to DENVER!(REDEEMED!) for 4N at the Gaylord Rockies Resort worth $3,978!
Jennifer(zonked with a Chocolate Egg Turtle) is playing for a Chevy Spark worth $14,095! She can buy the car for $1,000 - no more, no less. Here's how she can get the $1,000. We have a die with $100-$300 on it.
She will roll the die down the ramp and earn money. If she can earn
$1,000 exactly...she will win the Spark! Jennifer rolls $300 or
$100...she has $400 and can buy the teeny box. She passes on it and we
open the teeny box and it has the Key to Curtain 2's prize - a HONDA
CIVIC LX SEDAN WORTH $21,280! Jennifer rolls $100...and $300. She has
$800 and can buy Curtain 1 for $800! She rolls and passes on a Sea-Doo Spark worth $5,399! Jennifer rolls...$200! THE SPARK IS HERS...REDEEMED!
Last redemption deal involves Antwoine/Rona(Colonial Couple Zonked). They get $1,000 and can double their money by playing a drawing game. Rona will draw a clue that Wayne shows her. She has 15 seconds to draw
the word. If Antwoine guesses the word(LOBSTER) - they will get $1,000
more. He misses it. They have $1,000 and can take their cash - spend
$500 on the Red Box or all of it on the Green Box. They spend 1/2 their
money on the Red Box. The green box would have cost them all their money
and it was a pair of Smartphones with a year of TING service. It was
worth $1,198! They win CARDBOARD SHOES(DOUBLE ZONK)! They do leave with
$500! And everyone is REDEEMED IN THE AUDIENCE with a year of TING Smartphone Service!
Who trades for a shot at $22,100? Nicole trades her trip to Thailand!
She picks 2. 3 was a trip to St. Lucia for 4N at Sandals Grand St.
Lucian worth $8,998! 1 was the LMAD Vault with $22,100 in cash! That was the Big Deal! Nicole wins a new BBQ from Bull and Siete Food worth $3,799!
| Master Minds
by Chico Alexander
Host: Brooke Burns
graduated magna cum laude
Kansas City, MO
The Chess Wizard
ROUND 1: On the challengers' side, Veronica has 400 to the others' 300 a piece. On the Master Minds' side, Ken & Muffy are tied at 500 to Jonathan's 200.
ROUND 2: Going into the final question, Veronica leads with 800. John needs this one to force sudden death. On the Master Minds side of things, Jonathan at 0 is out to Muffy's 700 and Ken's 900.
- 400-POINT QUESTION in "Towers": What famous renovated landmark now includes the Loupe, the world's first revolving glass floor? John went with the Eiffel Tower. Jonathan goes with the Space Needle... Jonathan's right.
ROUND 3 is the 60 second Speed Round. The first question is worth 500, with every question worth 100 more after that. The challenger AND Master Mind with the highest score will go on to the Ultimate Trivia Challenge.
- Amy comes back to win, 2200-1700.
- Ken does what Ken does to win, 6700-3000.
ULTIMATE TRIVIA CHALLENGE:
Q1: What Irish milliner designed the "fascinator" hats for Prince William's royal wedding? (Philips Treacy)
- Amy 0 - 0 Ken
Q2: What is the only US state with two panhandles? (West Virginia)
- Amy 0 - 0 Ken
Q3: Which month is named for the god of war? (March)
- Amy 0 - 1 Ken
Q4: "Coming of Age in Samoa" detailed the findings of what anthropologist who specialized in human development? (Margaret Mead)
- Amy 0 - 2 Ken
Q5: In December 2011, a unique confluence of events caused Norway to essentailly run out of what dairy item? (butter)
- Amy 0 - 3 Ken
| The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
|Record today: breakeven
Record for week 35: 17-12-1
Record this season: 434-465-43
Total won today*: $68,764
Total won this week*: $410,440
Total won this season*: $12,217,704
Perfect bids: 25/942
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 0/0
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 3/4
Best week: Week 22: $471,343
$12M passed: 5/20/2020
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the nearest dollar
As we close out another week at TVC, it's Bradley Hoelscher, Wilma Manns, Darius Kelly, and Gina Schuh playing for a pair of tablets. The $1298 tablets go to Gina, who can win a hot tub & spa treatments for a year in Secret X. Freebie goes top left. She gets extras from a $36 laminator and a $26 mini-donut maker. They go right corners. The Secret X... MIDDLE!
Darius wins an $864 espresso maker/grinder/shaker and a shot at an iMac, a bar set, and a keyboard with electric guitar. Which is the Most Expensive? He says the bar. The iMac... $2299. The music package... $3249. The bar... $1613.
Wilma wins a $3012 trip to Portland (5n @ Embassy Suites Portland Hillsboro), but can she win a Toyota GR Supra 3.0 in 3 Strikes? The balls: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 3 Strikes. She pulls the first two first thing... and never places a number before striking out. The price: $57,643.
Gina spins out $1000 on the Big Wheel. Meanwhile, Mary Kay Giarrusso wins a $1500 4KTV and $500 bonus. Next for her is a $1650 table tennis and a $2819 set of Hugo Boss accessories in Bargain Game. SHe picks the accessories. The table tennis.. $32250. The accessories... $4019. $1200 beats $600!
Kimberly Acosta wins a $967 set of headphones with charging case. Can she win a trip to Peru (6n @ Casa Andina Premium Trujillo) in Pick-a-Number?
$_ 5 9 2
NUMBERS: 4, 6, 9
She goes with 9... it was 6.
Bradley has one more go with a quadcopter. The price: $700. The winner... BRADLEY! He'll try for a Mitsubishi Mirage in Pass the Buck. He gets two picks. The first is $4... LOSE EVERYTHING. Second is #3... WIN CAR.
Mary Kay wins the second Showcase Showdown and shows up to face Gina in...
THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES! First up, a new smart kitchen, a smartphone, and a Hyundai Kona. Top winner Gina bids $24,689. Mary Kay gets speakers & an amp, a trip to Mexico (6n @ Iberostar Cozumel, and a Nissan VErsa S. She bids $24,000. Actual price: $25,934, a difference of $1934. Actual price of Gina's Showcase... $27,599, a difference of $2910, and Mary Kay wins $34,203!
| Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition
by Jason Block
Hosts: Anne Burrell & Tyler Florence