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Chicken Parm, You
Taste So Good...
Cooks vs. Cons
by Chico Alexander
Food: Sunday 10p/9c
Host: Geoffrey Zakarian
Santa Barbara, CA
These four cooks say they're pros.
But who are the real chefs and who just plays chef on TV?
Here to make that determination: chefs Anne Burrell & Alex
ROUND 1: Geoffrey sets the first
challenge... you have 30 minutes to cook parmigiana... using
- Nick: Eggplant Parmigiana
- Megan: Chicken Parmigiana Sandwich
- Scott: Chicken & Waffle Bruschetta
- Dawn: Pizza-Crusted Eggplant Parmigiana
ELIMINATED: Megan, who is a...CON! Megan is an account manager for
a job-search website.
ROUND 2: you can make whatever you
want, but your dish must incorporate deli food.
- Nick: Mediterranean Spring Roll
- Scott: Rockin' Reuben (with a little bit of sassy slaw)
- Dawn: Deli-Inspired Scotch Egg
The only remaining con of the bunch
is...Scott, a general contractor and real estate developer. Dawn
is finishing up her master's in holistic cooking and likes to help
people with food allergies. Nick is an executive chef at the Root
in White Lake.
So who wins this week? If Scott
wins it, he gets $15,000. The winner... DAWN! She pockets
by Jason Huhn
Syn/YesTV: 3p/4c; also check listings
Host: Steve Harvey
The Austins will try to get on the
board by beating the Woods family
Kane, Leeann, Lauren, Hayden, Caleb
Jeremiah, Richard, Pauline, Mark,
SINGLE: If you were a chicken, what
would you object to somebody doing to you?
1. Cooking/Eating me39
5. Caging me 2
2. Behead'g/Kiil'g me 27
3. Plucking me 21
4. Stealing my eggs 7
SINGLE: 100 married women: As a prank, what might you put in your
1. Chocolate/Food 24
5. Ice cubes 7
2. Itching powder 13 6.
Critter/Fake one 7
3. A sock 11
7. Love note/card 7
4. Ben Gay/Menthol 9 8. Starch
DOUBLE: what do you think a man might say it was worth giving up
half of to get out of a bad marriage?
1. The money 50
5. The pets 3
2. The house 31
6. The cars/trucks 3
3. The kids 6
4. His sanity 3
TRIPLE: something that can empty a room in seconds.
1. Farts/My wife's 59
2. Fire/Alarm 22
3. Vomit/Projectile 4
4. The po-po 3
The Woods stay in the game when they steal for...
Sudden death: a word that rhymes
with a nurse. Woods go tambourine celebrating with Purse (69).
Jeremiah and Pauline take on the Fast Money Board. Jeremiah's two
#1s give him 135. Pauline rounds it out for the $20,000.
Fast Money #1 answers
- 1-10, how sexy do you look in your birthday suit?: 7
- A word that rhymes with nerd: Heard
- Something a gardener has he might use as a weapon: Hoe
- Middle of the ________: Road (Pauline)
- What do men talk about at the bar?: Sex (Jeremiah)
In the nightcap, the Thorntons from
Raleigh defend against the Hundal guys.
TRIPLE: a word that starts with
1. Temperature 45
2. Temporary 25
3. Temptations 17
4. Temper 8
The Hundals sweep to win.
Harman and Sunny get three of the
five #1s in Fast Money to win $20,000.
Guy's Superstar Grocery Games
by Chico Alexander
Food: Sunday 8p/6c
Host: Guy Fieri
Last week, Jet Tila couldn't let it
roll, so he went home.
playing for the SEAL Dog Foundation
playing for Zimmer Children's Museum
playing for the March of Dimes
playing for Share Our Strength/No Kid
On the panel tonight: Aarti
Sequeira, Troy Johnson, and Carl Ruiz.
GAME 4: Guy's son Ryder has a list
of his favorite snacks: spicy chips, chocolate bar, string
cheese... Can you FLIP THIS DISH?
- Richard: Duck Confit Pozole
- Eric: Chicken Mole
- Alex: Shrimp "Ryder"
- Maneet: Black Bean Feijoada
- Marc: Filet Mignon & Risotto
WINNER: Richard. The other four
chefs are heading to...
SUDDEN DEATH: an award-winning
sandwich. But you're bowling for the aisles. It's GROCERY BOWL.
Knocked out: 4, 8, 1, 10, 9, and 7.
- Marc: Mediterranean Lamb Sandwich with Mint Chimichurri
- Maneet: Tandoori Chicken Bahn Mi
- Alex: Bacon, Egg & Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich
- Eric: High-Stacked BLT with Duck Egg Aioli
Next week, the finale. Someone's
going to take home a big check!
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah
That Elizabeth didn't win much doesn't
matter. She's still the one to defend...
JEOPARDY! ROUND: 1999, Little Red
Corvette, Sign O' The Times, Bat Dance, "U" Got the Look, My Name
Siddharth begins with $200 Bat
Dance, finding the Daily Double under $800 1999. He's going for it
on this: setting in motion a legal battle over digital music
rights, this file-sharing service debuted. "What is Napster?" FOR
THE DOUBLER, $3600! He ends up with $2200. With Brandon in the
lead on $7800 to $2400, Siddharth has the board to start...
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Sounds Like a Color, Explorers, Vegas-Set TV
Shows, Theatre Title Duos, There It Is, Double Talk.
... with $400 Vegas-Set TV Shows.
Christine finds the first Daily Double under $1600 Theatre Title
Duos. She goes all-in on this: the last line of the 1966 play
about this pair is spoken by Horatio. "What is 'Rosencrantz and
Guildenstern Are Dead'?" ... Count it! $8000! Brandon finds the
other under $1600 Explorers. He fronts $2000 on this: around 1000
AD, he sailed west to see North America, which Bjarni Herjolfsson
had sighted. "Who is Leif Ericsson?" Got it for $17,400! He ends
up with $15,400 to Christine's $16,800. Siddharth can spoil with
Want to stand where Siddharth is?
Jeopardy! is now registering for the October online test! Go to Jeopardy.com now to qualify!
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Film Adaptations": in a 2011
slate.com survey of movie credits, of the top 25 most adapted
writers, this novelist is the only one living.
Correct response: who is Stephen King?
Everyone misses, but Siddharth comes up top trumps with a low
wager, getting another $6534 and giving him $28,135 for two!
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Syn/YesTV: Friday 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
Total for today: $56,893
Total for Week 1 - $268,933
Total for the Season: $268,933
Bonus Win Percentage: 3/4
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 2/0
Mystery Round Prizes won:
Car Wins: 2
1/2 Car Wedges hit/lost/total wins: 7/1/2
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 2/4/1/0
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 3/4/2/0
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 2/1/1
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 3/2
$2,500 Space Hit -
$3,500 Space Hit - 1
$5,000 Space Hit - 1
Bankrupt Space Hit - 9
Lose A Turn Hit - 2
Gift Tags hit/won: 2/0
Free Play Hit: 6
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 0/4
Bankrupt Losses: $16,950 + 1 trip of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $30,050
Vowels Missed: 6
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
Susan Taylor (Essington, PA)
She works the night shift as a restaurant server.
(+1): Her best friend, Geri
She turns to the audience at $1,000 on the way to securing $5,000.
She then uses the 50:50 at $7,000, and makes it all the way to
When "Star Wars" was released in 1977, what was the first sentence
in the famous "opening crawl"?
A: The galaxy is in peril.
B: It is a period of civil war.
C: A darkness is encroaching.
D: An evil empire spreads.
Susan is a fan, but she can't remember this, so she calls on Geri.
She doesn't know, but together, they narrow it down to A or B;
eventually, Geri is leaning towards A. But even though they're in
Vegas, Susan doesn't want to gamble what she has on this, so she
walks with $30,000! As for the answer, it's B!
In the nightcap, Joe Mattern
(Decatur, GA) had a 10-year career in the news before becoming a
driver. Here, he polls the audience at $7,000, then calls on his
wife, Michelle, and uses the 50:50 to help him try for $50,000.
There, he hopes that in 1864, a two-cent coin became the first to
bear the phrase "E pluribus unum," but the phrase was actually "In
God We Trust." That means he leaves with $5,000.
Taking a shot at a single question for $1,000 is Danielle
Costalino. Is the urban pest called "Cimex lectularius" better
known as a locust? No, it's a bed bug.