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Chairmothers

Flea Market Flip Season Premiere
by Chico Alexander
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GAC: Sunday 8p/7c
Host: Lara Spencer
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Karen & Adar
mother/daughter
Angi & Dane
mother/son

It's the mother of all flips as we kick off season 10 at the Stormville Airport Antique Show & Flea Market. 

FLIP LIST:
- Small Space Living
- Mod Makeover
- Wabi-Sabi (a piece featuring timeworn characteristics - "wabi-sabi" means "perfectly imperfect")

Karen/Adar: 2 wooden ironing boards ($40), wooden barn door ($62.50), 2 mid-century chairs ($1) = $103.50 spent
Angi/Dane: industrial cart ($60), 2 industrial sifters ($50), 2 mid-century chairs ($8) = $118 spent.

Both pairs of chairs came from the same vendor and were bought one after the other (Angi/Dane's first).

After the flip, we head to Long Island City Flea.

Karen/Adar: ironing board bar ($185 profit), coffee table ($212.50 profit), chair & ottoman ($29 profit)
Angi/Dane: bar cart ($190 profit), end tables ($225 profit), mid-century chairs ($42 profit)

Came down to the wire. Karen & Adar got a profit of $426.50. Angi & Dane got... $457! THEY WIN $5000!

Guy's Grocery Games Supermarket Masters Tournament
by Chico Alexander
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Food: Sunday 8p/7c
Host: Guy Fieri
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  Today's Special in Flavortown... former champs returning for another shot at $10,000 and a chance at $25,000 in the final! Sammy Monsour has $10,000 and a place in the $25,000 final. Who'll join him?
 
AJ Fusco
firefighter & food blogger
$20,000
Lisa Kagen
executive chef
$14,000

Lewis Leiterman
executive chef at a high-end grocery store
$18,000

Glenn "Gator" Thompson
executive chef & veteran
$20,000

On the panel tonight: Marc Murphy, Aarti Sequeira, and Troy Johnson.

GAME 1: A hometown comfort dish... but you'll have to WATCH YOUR WEIGHT. The limit: 5 pounds.
- AJ: Pappardelle with Mushroom Bolognese
- Lisa: Cincinnati Chili over Spaghetti
- Lewis: Beef Gnocchi al Ragu
- Gator: Shrimp & Grits with Pancetta Sauce
ELIMINATED: Lewis

GAME 2: a late night guilty pleasure... but KEEP IT SAMPLE. The samples: pears, string cheese, blue corn chips, and hot dogs. You must include two.
- AJ: Pizza with String Cheese Bechamel, Hot Dogs and Whiskey Pears
- Lisa: Kimchi Mac & Cheese with Hot Dogs and a Pear Crisp
- Gator: Lamb Burger with String Cheese, Pear Aioli and Fried String Cheese
ELIMINATED: AJ

GAME 3: Last round features a Mexican fiesta... but we don't have piņatas, we have pins. It's GROCERY BOWL. Each pin is an aisle. Anything knocked down is up for grabs. Today, it's #5... #7... and Guy's roll of #1 and #9.
- Lisa: Halibut Tostada with Rice & Beans
- Gator: Fish Enchiladas with Guacamole, Pinto Beans and Chips
WINNER: GATOR! He gets a guaranteed $10,000 and a chance at $25,000 later on!

Jeopardy!
by Chico Alexander
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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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  A win today puts Grant in the tournament talk...
 
THREE DAY CHAMPION
Grant McSheffrey
Ottawa
software developer
$69,201
Rebecca Wald
Baltimore
psychologist
Holly Stewart
Atlanta
tax attorney

JEOPARDY! ROUND: Your Idiom Is Foreign To Me, Women in History, College Collage, "I" Tunes, Also a Roman Deity, 'tis Irish Literature

Grant kicks off with $200 Your Idiom Is Foreign To Me. At the TV timeout, Grant doubles his score to $2000 to Rebecca's $5200. Holly has $1800.

Grant finds the Daily Double under $400 'Tis Irish Literature. He's going for it on this: spoiler alert: the title character of this absurd 1950s play sends word that he will arrive, but never does. "What is 'Waiting for Godot'?" FOR THE DOUBLER, $4000! He ends up with $4000 to $6600 for Rebecca. Holly has $1800 and the board to start.. 

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Movie Studios, Columbia, Paramount, Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, "M_G_M".

... with $800 "M_G_M", finding the first Daily Double under $1200 Universal Pictures. She fronts $4000 on this: Hubble images have helped scientists produce a 3-D image of this unseen stuff that makes up most of the universe's mass. "What is dark matter?" RIGHT for $11,400 and the lead! She finds the other as well under $800 Columbia. She bets $2000 on this: you can find the 32-mile-long Columbia Glacier just west of Valdez in this state. "What is Alaska?" GOOD for $14,200! She ends up with $15,400 to $20,200 for Rebecca. Grant can spoil with $7200.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "20th Century Books": William Goldman asked his daughters what he should write about; they said these 2 things, which he combined. Correct response: what are princesses & brides?

If you don't know this response, we can't be friends. Grant... doesn't know. Neither did Holly. Rebecca is right to win $31,200! Grant leaves with $70,201.

Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
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Syn/YesTV: Friday 7p/6C
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White
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Total for Today - $36,750
Total for Week 27 - $122,380
Total for the Season: $6,970,161
Bonus Win Percentage: 50/135
Gooseeggs: 13
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 23/1
Mystery Round Prizes hit/won: 22/10
Car Wins: 14
1/2 Car Wedges hit/lost/total wins: 102/30/6
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 5/1
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 32/134/13/11
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 71/135/21/30
Express Wedge Hit/Used/Crashes: 46/34/13
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 71/49
$2,500 Space Hit - 23
$3,500 Space Hit - 80
$5,000 Space Hit - 12
Bankrupt Space Hit - 383
Lose A Turn Hit - 101
Vowels Missed: 119
Perfect Rounds: 72
Gift Tags hit/won: 87/39
Free Play Hit: 118
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 15/135
Best Week: Week 12 - Sears Secret Santa Family Week - $469,560
Bankrupt Losses: $825,964 + 6 trips of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $2,084,324 + 4 trips of unknown value.
$6M Passed - 02/23/2017(119 Shows) (98+21)


LANDED ON:
A: 6
M:10
E : 9
R: 4
I : 8
C : 6
A : 2
' : 4
S: 6
G: 5
A: 4
M: 8
E : 4
S: 7
P: 5
I: 5
N: 3
&: 7
W: 8
I : 5
N: 8
* - 3
**: 2
*** - 5
It's Day 5 of "America's Game" week!

The $1,000 Tossup is ON THE MAP. Josie Dare from Portland, OR solves THE STATE OF VERMONT. She is a newlywed with a dog named Meatball. Kari Strang from Rosebud, SD is a dental hygienist on a Lakota Sioux Indian Reservation (the home of Bob Barker.) Darrell Williams from Richmond, VA is a customer service representative, relaxing house painter, and Air Force Veteran.

The $2,000 Tossup is PHRASE. Josie has $3,000 with HOLD YOUR HORSES. She starts RHYME TIME and Bankrupts. Kari misses. Darrell picks up the featured Canada trip with a $500 N but hits Lose a Turn. Josie solves I'M LOOKING OVER A FOUR-LEAF CLOVER for $3,850. She has $6,850.

Kari starts the Big Fish Casino mystery round which is OUR CROSSWORD ROUND. We have FOUR WORDS related to the clue "UNDER THE WEATHER". She picks up the 1/2 Car with a $500 T along with the $1,000 Cash from Lumosity with 2 $500 P's but misses. Darrell solves COAT UMBRELLA TARP PONCHO for $2,450.

Darrell also starts the Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge Round which is WHAT ARE YOU DOING? He misses. Josie loses $3,400 on Bankrupt. Kari Bankrupts. Darrell picks up the WC with 2 $500 R's and solves PACKING MY SNORKELING GEAR for $2,150, the WC and a trip to Aruba at the Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort worth $6,300! Darrell has $10,900 in cash and prizes along with the WC!

The $3,000 Tossup is PERSON. For the first time this season, EVERYONE misses ROVING REPORTER. No one gets the $3,000 but Josie starts QUOTATION. She leads us into a $6,000 a letter FINAL SPIN. Here we go! Darrell is achieving THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS with his $18,000 solve! He wins with $28,900 in cash and prizes including his trip to Aruba! He is also taking the WC to the bonus round! Josie leaves with $6,850! Kari gets the gooseegg $1,000!

The pre-bonus round total is $36,750!

Darrell lands on the I in WIN. His category is PHRASE. With the RSTLNE and his choices of M D C A and his WC choice of H we have:

_ _ T H _ N
A / _ E A R

Darrell couldn't solve the puzzle WITHIN A YEAR - let alone 10 seconds. He loses the 2017 Audi A3 but leaves with a nice total of $28,900 in
cash and prizes! And he is going to Aruba!

5K Every Day Spin ID - LC5357551

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood

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Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
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  Kyle Hinnerichs (Steeleville, IL) goes into this episode with $30,000 and 1 lifeline still available.

[$50,000]
While Syria is considered the most dangerous place on earth, for the last five years the Global Peace Index has ranked what country as the world's safest?
A: Japan
B: Iceland
C: Canada
D: New Zealand

Kyle is leaning towards D, but he doesn't want to take the risk yet, so he calls on his Plus One, Alex. He's also thinking D, but he's not 100% sure. Kyle decides to go with that... but it's B! That means he leaves with $5,000.

Andrew Oreskovich (Philadelphia, PA)
(+1): His friend, Bob

He sweeps the first 5, then eventually, he asks the audience and calls in Bob at $20,000. He then faces this...

[$30,000]
Often touted as a sign of the inherent evils of gambling, which of these adds up to 666?
A: The numbers of dots on a six-sided die
B: A roulette wheel's numbers
C: The number values of a deck of cards
D: All the playable Powerball numbers

Andrew eliminates A, then after some thought, he also eliminates C. He then uses the 50:50, which just confirms his thought process, as it leaves B and D. He has said that B goes up to 36 and that D goes up to somewhere in the 50s. However, he doesn't want to screw up the math on this, so he walks with $20,000! As for the answer, it's B.