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by Chris Wolvie
ABC: 8p/7c; also check listings
Host: Richard Quest
Previously, current contestant Steve
had pocketed $42,000 and had gone through 13.2% of his 500
Questions. But he has one Wrong on the board, which has challenger
James salivating since, as far as Steve is concerned, "Three Wrong
and you're gone"! Let's head back to the action...
Masters degrees in Theology & Library Science
IQ of 158
WORLD HOLIDAYS 0/1
HORROR FICTION 3/3
FOOD FACTS 0/0
ACCLAIMED TV SHOWS 1/5
HISTORIC SHIPS 0/0 CALIFORNIA 1/1
THE UNITED NATIONS 4/4
067/500 CATEGORY - THE UNITED NATIONS
Q: In 2011, what new republic was admitted as the 193rd member of
the United Nations?
A: South Sudan (correct; $7000, Wrong wiped)
[Steve swept this category!]
068/500 CATEGORY - RANDOM
Q: What part of the human endocrine system is called the "master
A: Pituitary (correct; $8000)
069/500 CATEGORY - RANDOM (BATTLE QUESTION)
(Steve will lead)
Q: According to the National Retail Federation's 2014 list, what
are the ten largest retailers in terms of sales in the U.S.?
JAMES: Home Depot
STEVE: ...(TIME!; Wrong 1)
(Also: Walgreens, CVS Caremark, Amazon.com, Safeway)
070/500 CATEGORY - HISTORIC SHIPS
Q: Before being sent to the South Seas in 1787, the merchant ship
Bethia was purchased by the British Royal Navy, refitted and given
what notorious name?
A: HMS Bounty (Wrong 2)
071/500 CATEGORY (chosen by James) - WORLD HOLIDAYS
Q: Celebrated in Israel by wearing masks and costumes, Purim is a
holiday that recalls the triumphs of what Biblical heroine?
A: Esther (correct; $9000, Wrongs wiped)
072/500 CATEGORY - FOOTWEAR
Q: Founded by an Italian immigrant in 1887, what company has gone
on to become the leading maker of dance and theatrical footwear?
A: Capezio (Wrong 1)
073/500 CATEGORY - WORLD HOLIDAYS (BATTLE QUESTION)
(Steve will lead)
Q: What are the ten official Federal holidays according to the
STEVE: Labor Day
JAMES: Memorial Day
STEVE: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
JAMES: New Year's Day
STEVE: Veteran's Day
JAMES: Columbus Day
STEVE: President's Day
JAMES: Labor Day (ALREADY SAID; $10,000, Wrong wiped)
(Also: Independence Day)
074/500 CATEGORY - OPERA
Q: In what Verdi opera would you hear the aria "La donna e
A: Rigoletto (correct)
If Steve gets this next one right on the first try, he pockets
another $5000, win or lose...or maybe it'll be a little harder
075/500 CATEGORY - CALIFORNIA (BATTLE QUESTION)
Q: Besides Pinnacles, name the eight other National Parks in
JAMES: Joshua Tree
STEVE: Death Valley
JAMES: Kings Canyon
STEVE: Catalina (WRONG; Wrong 1)
(Also: Channel Islands, Lassen)
[And, for the record, James does NOT get the $5000; only the
contestant can win money]
076/500 CATEGORY - WORLD HOLIDAYS
Q: Originally an Aztec ritual held in summer, what Mexican
celebration was moved to November 1st and 2nd by the Spanish to
coincide with Catholic holidays?
A: Day of the Dead (correct; $11,000, Wrong wiped)
Steve then swept the rest of FOOTWEAR, earning 2 grand more. He
then gets three MORE right, earning ANOTHER 2 grand.
083/500 CATEGORY - RANDOM (TOP TEN CHALLENGE)
(Steve will play)
Q: Besides Bettie Page and Bruce Lee, name 5 of the 10 other
top-earning dead celebrities in 2014, according to Forbes.
A: Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, John Lennon...(TIME!; Wrong 1)
(Also: Einstein, Charles Schulz, Liz Taylor, Bob Marley, Marilyn
Monroe, Steve McQueen, Theodore Geisel [Dr. Seuss])
084/500 CATEGORY - WORLD HOLIDAYS
Q: During Children's Day in Japan, parents decorate the house with
"koinobori", cloth streamers made in the shape of what animal?
A: Fish (Wrong 2)
085/500 CATEGORY (chosen by James) - FOOD FACTS
Q: What was the original flavor of the cream filling in a Twinkie?
A: Banana (correct; Wrongs wiped)
086/500 CATEGORY - HORROR FICTION (TOP TEN CHALLENGE)
(Steve will pass)
Q: Other than collections of short stories and novellas, what are
5 of the first 10 novels mass-marketed under the name of author
A: Carrie, Christine, Shining, Stand... (TIME!; $16,000)
(Also: 'Salem's Lot, Dead Zone, Firestarter, Cujo, Pet Sematary,
087/500 CATEGORY - HORROR FICTION
Q: A tale about a dark cosmic entity imprisoned in a "nightmare
corpse-city", "The Call of Cthulhu" was published in 1928 by what
pulp-fiction horror author?
A: H.P. Lovecraft (correct; $17,000)
[Steve swept THIS category, too!]
088/500 CATEGORY - FOOD FACTS
Q: The "air" that puffs up a potato chip bag is actually what
A: Nitrogen (correct; $18,000)
089/500 CATEGORY - FOOD FACTS
Q: One of the original uses of what sweet, chewy, sticky, edible
substance was to remove hair from women in a harem?
A: Caramel (Wrong 1)
090/500 CATEGORY - HISTORIC SHIPS
Q: What Italian inventor was offered free passage on the maiden
voyage of the Titanic, but did not sail?
A: Marconi (correct; $19,000, Wrong wiped)
Four correct answers and $3000 more later...
095/500 CATEGORY - HISTORIC SHIPS (BATTLE QUESTION)
(Steve will lead)
Q: Besides the "George H. W. Bush", what six active American
aircraft carriers are named for former U.S. Presidents?
STEVE: Ronald Reagan
JAMES: Carter (WRONG; $23,000)
(Also: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt,
Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower)
Steve then gets two more right on the first go. If Steve gets one
of the next three questions right, James cannot (mathematically)
eliminate Steve and, as such, Steve pockets $25K+.
098/500 CATEGORY - HISTORIC SHIPS
Q: Lost at sea in 1991, the crew of the Andrea Gail was the
subject of what feature film released in 2000?
A: "The Perfect Storm" (correct; $26,000)
099/500 CATEGORY - HISTORIC SHIPS
Q: What word taken from explorer Ernest Sheckleton's family motto
became the name of his most famous Antarctic ship?
A: Endurance (Wrong 1)
100/500 CATEGORY - OPERA
Q: In "Amahl and the Night Visitors", the first opera specifically
written for television, what group of three men stop to rest at
the home of a disabled boy?
A: Three Wise Men (correct; $27,000, Wrong wiped)
[Steve swept his THIRD category of the round!]
Steve reaches the "hundo"! He has answered 68 of the 100 questions
right (draws in Battles count as right answers) and pockets
another 27Gs for a total of $69,000...but is only 20% through his
500 questions. Gambler James has "crapped-out"...and we drag in a
Masters degrees in Theology & Library Science
3-time Jeopardy! champion
[Ah, see? There ARE female geniuses
out there! For the record, she played J! in March 2011 and won
CLASSIC FASHION RANDOM
ELEMENTS OF THE PERIODIC TABLE
[I'll just use "ELEMENTS" for the last one...]
101/500 CATEGORY - CLASSIC FASHION
Q: First worn by members of a boat club at Cambridge University,
what garment got its name because it was originally bright red?
A: Blazer (Wrong 1)
102/500 CATEGORY - SPORTS MOVIES
Q: Greek composer Vangelis wrote the iconic music for what classic
1981 film about Olympic runners?
A: Chariots of Fire (correct; $1000, Wrong wiped)
Three straight first right answers in CLASSIC FASHION later...
106/500 CATEGORY - CLASSIC FASHION
Q: What classic attire is named for a posh New York club that was
famous for its gala parties?
A: Tuxedo (Wrong 1)
TO BE CONTINUED...
Guy's Grocery Games
by Chico Alexander
Food: Sunday 8p/7c
Host: Guy Fieri
makeup artist turned chef
executive chef & owner
executive chef of a pop-up restaurant
Tonight's judges... Aarti Sequeira,
Brian Malarkey, and Troy Johnson
GAME 1: Your best dish... but we're
gonna LET IT ROLL first. You're tossing dice for your dish's
details. They roll out... ricotta, juicer, 3 minutes to shop, and
- Andrew: Sweet Potato Ricotta Gnocchi with Blood Orange Reduction
- Aimee: Sausage-Tofu-Ricotta Fried Ravioli with Mirepoix
- Eddie: Bacon-Infused Meatloaf with Ricotta Mashed Potatoes
- Maylin: Lemongrass-Infused Ginger Soup
GAME 2 begins with a Culinary Quiz.
Andrew is back with champagne for the advantage. We'll use that in
a champagne brunch using ingredients in the CLEARANCE CARTS.
Andrew's advantage: an extra 30 second headstart.
- Andrew: Southwestern Champagne Brunch
- Eddie: Brown-Butter Chicken Livers
- Maylin: Mexican-Inspired Pozole
GAME 3: the best chicken dinner of
your life... using ONE INGREDIENT PER AISLE.
- Andrew: Coriander Fried Chicken with Sun-Dried Tomato Polenta
- Eddie: Za'atar Chicken Thigh with Gravy
GUY'S SHOPPING SPREE: Tomatillo, jar of Brussels sprouts, liquor
from agave plant, something 25 oz., quinoa soup, something for
$2.69, frosting with sprinkles, muesli, sesame seed buns, fat free
chocolate pudding. He passes 2 & 4 and doesn't get to the final 2
by Chico Alexander
Syn/YesTV: Friday 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek
Going into the holiday weekend,
Choyon's looking to repeat against...
special education teacher
Choyon starts with $400 Ends in "TH".
At the TV timeout, Choyon has $3000 to $2000 for Melissa. Gordon's
on her heels with $1600.
Choyon gets the next-to-last clue,
$1000 The Patriot Act. He bets $1500 on this: Dean Norris is Ben
Franklin in the miniseries titled after this group of 1760s
radicals. "Who are the Sons of Liberty?" That would have given him
the cash, but Minutemen drops him to $5700. He goes back to $6100
to end the round against Gordon's $3800. Melissa's on $3200, but
she'll get the first clue in Double Jeopardy!...
... with $400 The Musical
Typographical Mark. Choyon finds the first Daily Double under
$12000 Anagrams of Each Other. He fronts $2400 on this: a former
Yugoslav republic & a deadly, contagious canine disease. "What are
Serbia & rabies?" YES for $9300! Melissa finds the other under
$1200 World War I. She bets only $400 on this: British general Sir
Ian Hamilton's amphibious assault on this peninsula in April 1915
ended in a bloody 8-month stalemate. "What is the Bosphorus?" No,
it was Gallipoli, dropping her to $8000. She goes up to $8800 to
$4600 for Gordon. But with $18,900, the game is Choyon's to lose.
FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Children's
Literature": in a recent British poll, the 1926 book about
this title character was named the favorite children's book of the
past 150 years. Correct response: who is Winnie-the-Pooh?
Choyon wins another $18,900, giving
him $42,700 for two!
Let's Ask America
by Mike Klauss
Syn: check local listings
Host: Bill Bellamy
Let's Make a Deal
by Jason Block
CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
Cynthia - $24,820(traded from $6,619)
Melinda - $7,099
Kathryn - $1,200
William - $1,000
Peggy - $1,000
Daniel - $100
Chancellor/Brittany - $0
Christal - KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THAT ZONK!
Quickie Deals - $500
Big Deal Choice 1 - 29
Big Deal Choice 2 - 65
Big Deal Choice 3 - 70
Big Deal Location 1 - 61
Big Deal Location 2 - 37
Big Deal Location 3 - 65
Big Deal Wins- 51/164
Car Wins - 103
Total for Week 33 - $163,654
Total for the Season: $6,245,630.95
$6M Passed - 156 shows 5/12/2015 (129+27 shows)
Let's end the week strong by starting
off with Melinda the Elf. Jonathan has money in his pocket or take
Curtain 2 which has a clue of On the Water. She passes on 24 X $50
= $1,200. Will she keep the curtain or take the Big Box which has
a clue of IN THE HOME. She will keep 2 and passes on a HOME
THEATER including 65" LED HDTV with 4K Media Player and surround
sound system worth $6,000! Will she keep Curtain 2 or take the
small box? She take Curtain 2 and passes on a JELLY BEAN
PURSE(ZONK)! She is GOING ON THE WATER with a Sea-Doo Spark worth
Next up is a couple and they are the pirates Chancellor and
Brittany. They are playing GOLD RUSH for a Toyota Yaris LE worth
$17,705! We have 8 boxes and 6 have gold. 2 have dynamite(ZONKS).
They must mine 5 pieces of gold in a row without hitting a
dynamite to win the Yaris. A Dynamite will blow them back to the
bottom. 2 dynamites and they are out. Their first pick is a 5 and
it's the first zonk. They pass on $200 to pick 6 and it's GOLD.
They have $500. They go on with 4 and GOLD. They have $1,000 and
go on with 2. They have GOLD and $2,000. They pick 7 and it's the
2nd ZONK. They are OUT.
Cynthia the I Spy Game, William(as Luigi) and Christal(as Wonder
Woman)are in the next deal. Who gets the $1,000 check and will
make a deal from the three bronze envelopes? William has $1,000
and the others have $250. Will he keep the $1,000 or take the LMAD
Briefcase? He takes the money and passes a TRIP TO THE ZONK DESERT
ISLAND(ZONK)! Who gets $1,000 from the two silver envelopes? It's
Christal! She has $1,250 and can keep it or the LMAD Gift Bag. She
wins EYE CREAM(ZONK)! Cynthia has $500 + the Gold LMAD Envelope.
She can take Curtain 1 or the Cash. She passes on $500 + $5 =
$505! She wins a trip to Las Vegas for 6N at the Red Rock Casino
AND ALL THE CASH OFFERED IN THE DEAL in the amount of $2,755! That
deal is worth $6,619!
Daniel the Military guy is playing RACE TO THE FINISH for three
prizes: a Piaggio Typhoon Scooter worth $2,899, a surfing trip to
Barbados for 6D from Zed's Surfing Adventures worth $6,546 AND a
Mazda 3 ISV worth $17,740! Daniel needs 5 hearts for the car, 4
spades for the Barbados trip and 3 diamonds for the scooter. He
does NOT want three clubs for the zonk. If Daniel wins a prize and
decides to go for another, he must have another prize or zonk
cross the finish line before he is out or can leave the game. His
first pick is the Queen of Spades. We move on to the first zonk
which is the four of clubs. Next is the 9 of hearts then the 5 of
clubs. He passes cash to pick the 9 of diamonds, and the 9 of
spades, the Ace of Spades and the three of clubs for the third
zonk! He gets $100 for picking a red card!
Kathryn the Rock and Roll Flower gets a 2-12 word clue about the
small box in the game SO MANY WORDS. Kathryn rolls 2 dice and gets
6. The 6 word clue is KEYS TO INFORMATION ARE HERE INSIDE. Will
she take the box or take $100/word, $200/word? She takes the
$1,200 and passes on a new 13" Macbook with retina display and
16GB Iphone 6 with 1 yr of phone service included! It's worth
Last deal involves Peggy the Christmas lady. She gets $1,000 and
gets two envelopes with BARACK OBAMA and JUSTIN BIEBER. All Peggy
has to do is guess which one has won a Grammy as of 2014. She says
JUSTIN BIEBER. Ironically, it was the current president who has 2
in the spoken word category. Will she keep the cash or take
Curtain 1? She keeps the cash and passes on a deluxe home beauty
station with designer shoes, lipstick and skin care worth $4,119!
Who keeps and who trades for a shot at $24,820? It's Cynthia with
her Las Vegas trip and cash! She picks 3. 2 is a new hot tub from
Spabery worth $7,999! She wins THE BIG DEAL which starts with a 7N
trip to Bali and a Kia Rio LX worth $24,820! 1 had a home arcade
Monopoly Millionaires' Club
by Chico Alexander
Syn: check listings, also playing on YouTube
Host: Billy Gardell with Todd Newton
It's getting hot in the summer on the
Monopoly Millionaires' Club.
PARK IT with Gary from the Dog Pound (Willmar, MN/Minnesota Lottery),
a turkey hauler. After two cars, we have 1 - 2 - $4000 - $7000 -
5. Gary picks off the green car... $2000! He parks it at level 1
for $13,000. He bails with that, $6500 for him and $6500 for his
section. Had he gone on with the red car... $10,000. OUCHIE.
Karen from the Boots (Greenbelt,
MD; DC Lottery) is hoping to be a BANK BUSTER. First key is #10...
$20,000 off the bat! #3... $8000! #5... $9000 more! She bails with
$37,000.... but she could've had another $7000. Karen ends up with
$18,500, as do the Boots.
We RIDE THE RAILS with Judy from
the Battleships (Union Town, PA/Pennsylvania Lottery). Taking the
Short Line first... Didn't hit the brake in time. Pennsylvania...
She banks $6000 from the 6-train. Rocky Mountain... $15,000...
from the 10-train. With $21,000 banked, she needs the 7, 8, or 9
to win $100,000. She goes with the Reading... Once again, she hits
the brake too late. But she does get $10,500, as do the
Tim from the Wheelbarrows
(Frankfort, IN/Hoosier Lottery) is opening the COMMUNITY CHEST. We
start with #2... $3500! He gives that up for #8... $6000! He gives
that up for #6... $4000.
That leaves NO VACANCY for Nina
(playing for Daniel/New Jersey Lottery). Danger creeps as we have
five on the top, five in the middle, and five in the bottom for
$30,000. She decides not to risk it. Rabbit-holing with blue...
TWO! She could've filled a floor, but she gets $15,000, and the
section does likewise.
But who's going to GO FOR A
MILLION? It's going to be Karen with her $37,000! The audience
- 8 to Vermont Avenue - $3000
- 9 to Community Chest - Card #4 for... $2000
- 7 to Illinois Avenue - $14,000
- DOUBLE 4 to North Carolina Avenue - $19,000
An 8 will make Karen a millionaire.
- 6 to Luxury Tax - One of two
choices will take half of your bank or ALL of it. She picks #1...
One roll left. She rolls
snake-eyes, she's a millionaire.
- 7 to PASS GO FOR $200,000!
The Price Is Right
by Chico Alexander
Host: Drew Carey with Manuela Arbelaez, James O'Halloran, Rachel
Reynolds & George Gray
Record today: breakeven
Record this week: 13-17
Record this season: 452-478-42
Total today*: $58,296
Total this week*: $352,246
Total this season*: $11,559,238
Perfect bids: 41/972
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 1/6
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 8/4
Best week: Week 8 (Big Money Week): $615,071
$11M Passed: 5/12/15
*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes and rounded to the nearest
Okay, GSNN reader family. One more
TPIR, then I'm sending you out for the holiday weekend. We begin
with Lucus Hansen, Marva Mayes-George, Yves DuFort, Kahla Flores,
and a pair of electric bikes. The $2998 bikes go to Yves, who can
haul away $25,000 on the Punch-a-Bunch Punchboard. He gets three
from a $28 salad spinner, a $151 blender, and $79 humidifier.
First punch gives us... $250. He trades that for... TEN TIMES
THAT! Then he tosses that to end up with $1000. Well, it's
Kahla wins the $690 coffee serveware spectacular and a chance at a
range and a 4KTV. The 1 Right Price: $3300. She goes with the
Lucus takes a $594 sextet of sunglasses. Next for him... a Honda
Civic in Money Game.
20 43 56
75 60 18
01 19 93
Middle number is 1. 18... Money. 19.... More money. 20 is the
font. 56... money. Last pick is 93, and he wins... $186. The car
was, get this... $20,101. STUNG BY EL GRANDE CHEAPO. AY.
Yves wins another $1000 when he spins 50 twice. Keith Teister
spins out a win of a $720 electric fireplace. Does he feel the
need... the need for a bedroom with sleep set in Squeeze Play?
8 9 3 5 3
He pulls the 9... RIGHT!
Charlotte Miller mills out this week's PLOW, worth $1533. For her
next trick, she'll turn a $698 pair of digital cameras, a $17 hair
curler, and a $925 foosball table into a Fiat 500 Pop in Line'em
698 - cameras
17 - hair curler
925 - foosball table
She starts with $18,724... ONE right. How about $19,754? Nope,
Marva has one last chance to get it done with a set of luggage.
The price: $2120. The winner... MARVA! Now she needs a place to
go. Like Sweden (6n @ the Nordic C Hotel). We don't have Kellan
Lutz or Godfrey, but we do have Bullseye. First, Hunt's diced
tomatoes... each one is $1.79. Nine is too much, $16.11. Fruit by
the Foot is $3.59. Three... BULLSEYE, $10.77!
Charlotte faces off against Yves in the Showcase. First up, a
dance party with an iPod with Beats headphones, a trip to Miami
(6n @ The Tides South Beach), and a Nissan Versa S Plus. Top
winner Yves bids $23,000. Charlotte the Explorer ventures to
Alaska (6n @ Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center), online with a
PC, and the open sea with a sailboat. She bids $18,500. Actual
price: $22,313, a difference of $3813. Actual price of Yves'
Showcase... $23,.... 430! He wins a total of $28,686 including
$2000 straight cash homie!
Wheel of Fortune
by Jason Block
Hosts: Pat Sajak & Vanna White with Jim Thornton
Total for today: $29,098
Total for Week 35: $295,250
Total for the Season: $10,150,203
Bonus Win Percentage: 63/175
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 28/0
Mystery Round Prizes won: 14
Car Wins: 4
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 234/23
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 4/1
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 1/1
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used: 46/175/15
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used: 92/175/31
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 38/31
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 80/48
$2,500 Space Hit - 45
$3,500 Space Hit - 107
$5,000 Space Hit - 19
Bankrupt Space Hit - 546
Gift Tags won: 49
Free Play Hit: 178
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 8/175
Best Week: Week 1 - Teacher's Week - $1,200,274
Bankrupt Losses: $1,141,993
$10M Passed: 5/13/15 (154 + 19 shows)
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood
ABC: 2p/1C; also check local listings
Host: Terry Crews
Tarah Gee (New York, NY) - Stock
market trading assistant
She is also a fitness instructor.
(+1): Her best friend, Neil
She gets $15,000 from the 1st question, then faces this...
After failing his audition to be an "SNL" cast member, which
celebrity went on to host the show a total of 13 times?
A: Alec Baldwin
B: John Goodman
C: Tom Hanks
D: Christopher Walken
Tarah turns to the audience, and 48% say A. She agrees... but
they're wrong! It's B (22%)! As a result, she leaves with $1,000.
Angela Coton (Lynn, MA)
Her upcoming wedding is already paid for; she wants some money for
She has $25,000 when this appears...
Throughout the 1950s, posing nude for a photo was a common
requirement for people doing what?
A: Applying for U.S. citizenship
B: Running for Senate
C: Enrolling at Harvard
D: Joining the Coast Guard
The only one of those that makes sense to Angela is D... but it's
C! Ouch. That means she goes home with $1,000.
Matthew Whipple (Philadelphia, PA)
He jumps the 2nd question, which had $10,000. He does have $11,000
when he gets to this...
While millions of tourists have visited London's Charing Cross
Road, far fewer have gained entry to what landmark on Los Angeles'
Charing Cross Road?
A: Disneyland's Club 33
B: Magic Castle
C: Scientology Celebrity Centre
D: Playboy Mansion
Matthew isn't sure, so he asks the audience. 44% say D, with 31%
saying C. He decides to take a risk, actually going with C... but
it's D! With that, he leaves with $1,000.