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Five Days, $136,202

by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: Friday 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah Whitcomb-Foss
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  Andrew has five wins, over $130,000, and a place waiting for him in the post-season. He also has two challengers who want to unseat him.
Andrew Pau
Amherst, OH
assistant professor
Amy Hart
latent print examiner
Michael Koh
Irvine, CA
supervisory analyst

JEOPARDY! ROUND: Children's Book Titles, Over-the-Counter Medications, Classical Music, I Got a 5-Letter Word for Ya, Your Face Is On The Money, Fatherly TV.

Andrew starts with $200 Classical Music. At the TV timeout, the champ has $2400 to $3600 for Michael. Amy is on $2200.

Andrew finds the Daily Double under $1000 Your Face Is on the Money. He bets $1400 on this: Mexico's 500-peso note features these 2 painters, husband & wife. "Who are Rivera & Kahlo?" ... are right for $5000. He ends up with $6000 to Michael's $7200. Amy has $3400 and the board to start Double Jeopardy!...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: If I Had a Hammer, Beasts in the Bible, From Film to Stage, "Q" Not Followed by U, 1816, A Quick Dip in the Lake.

... with $400 "Q" Not Followed By U, where Michael finds the first Daily Double under $2000. He goes for $3000 on this: this gulf seen here touches the shores of 4 countries. "What is the Gulf of Aqaba?" Yes! He's up to $12,200. Amy finds the other under $1600 Beasts in the Bible. She bets $2000 on this: in Mark 16 Jesus tells his followers that they will be able to handle these deadly animals without fear. "What are snakes?" Good for $8200. With Andrew in the lead by just $200, $17,200 to $17,000 for Michael, Final will amount to a $17,000 game of chicken. Who will blink first with Amy on $9400?

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "19th Century Brits": in May 1810 during one of his more famous exploits, he employed the breaststroke. Correct response: who was Lord Byron?

Michael was playing to not lose, hoping Amy would trip. She did... but Andrew didn't. He ins another $34,001, giving him $170,202 for six!

Binge Thinking
by Chico Alexander
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MTV2: 11:30p/10:30C
Hosts: Mac Lethal & Amber Diamond
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Tonight, Mac & Amber are hitting the Steel City looking for some late-night looneys who want some quick cash.

First stop: East Carson Street.

- TIPSY TRIVIA: STEELIN'. Questions about Pittsburgh and/or theft. Correct answers are worth $5.
- IS MAC F****** WITH YOU: Is our host telling you the truth? If you can separate truth from fiction, you get $5.
- SPELL CHECK: every correct spelling nets you $5.

Making a stop at Tootie's for a snack...

- PRE TWEETS: Identify what historical figure would write these pre-tweets for $5.
- BUTT DIAL: Identify the famous butt for $5.
- SIX PACK: start with $20, one category, six items, and 15 seconds. Fail, and you lose $5.

Another bride is ready to earn $20...

- CHARADES: the first charade is worth $5, then double or nothing for the remaining two.
- BALLPARK: Two players take their best guess for $20. It's best of three.

And we've arrived at the end of East Carson Street.

- DINE OR DASH: if Courtney can answer all three questions, everyone at Primanti Brothers is getting sandwiches.
- What Pittsburgh rapper had a #1 hit with "Black and Yellow"? Wiz Khalifa is right!
- WQED was the first public TV station in the country. Who was their first breakout star known for wearing cardigans? It's MR. ROGERS!
- Pennsylvania was one of the first 13 colonies. Name at least 6 of the others. Connecticut, Virginia, New York, Delaware, Rhode Island... South Carolina gets EVERYBODY SANDWICHES!

Until next time, remember, play responsibly.

Celebrity Name Game
by Chico Alexander
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Syn: check listings
Host: Craig Ferguson
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Kyle & Jay
former co-workers
Heather & Natalie
Megyn Price
"The Ranch"
Russell Hornsby
"The Breaks"

ROUND 1 features the letters F & K. Kyle & Jay go with F, getting Fitbit, Fuller House, and the Fast and the Furious for $300. They would've had $400, but Jay said every euphemism for breasts instead of "boobs". The ladies are left with K for kilt and Kindergarten Cop for $200.

After the switch, we get Beverly Hills and Camping. Heather gives on Beverly Hills, getting plastic surgery, Rodeo Drive, Tori Spelling, and paparazzi for $800, $1000 total. Kyle ends up with Camping, getting s'mores, Bear Grylls, pitch a tent, and The Cabin in the Woods for $800, $1100 total.

Craig gives the clues for Body Parts in the face-off. Jay & Kyle sweep said face-off to win, $3200 to $1000.

Kyle goes first in the Bonus, getting The Hulk, applesauce, Khloe Kardashian, flute, the Pope, and station wagon. Jay has four left after Kyle botched The Three Musketeers. He gets Tea Party, bingo, John Travolta, ... and misses Chrissy Teigen.

Guy's Grocery Games Redemption Tournament
by Chico Alexander
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Food: Sunday 8p/6c
Host: Guy Fieri
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On special this month in the market... Redemption. Chase Meneeley and Stephane Meloni are waiting in the wings for their next combatant.

Bourke Floyd
Los Angeles
chef/owner of a finger-food bar

Chris Tzorin
Laguna Beach, CA
executive chef

Johanna Lawrence
Redondo Beach, CA
private chef & mother of two
Reva Constantine
executive chef & owner

The winner of this match gets the other three finalists. Judging: Beau MacMillan, Damaris Phillips, and Troy Johnson.

GAME 1: A fried feast.... but you'll be using bags that get smaller... and smaller... and smaller. It's THINK SMALL.
- Bourke: Fried Chicken Biscuit with Hashbrowns
- Chris: Tempura Chicken with Potatoes & Cream Sauce
- Johanna: Hot Prawn Salad with Fried Pork Belly
- Reva: Fried Shrimp & Fried Polenta Ball

GAME 2: your best beef dinner.... that fuses Korea and Italy. It's WORLD FUSION.

- Bourke: Beef Tartare with Korean Spicy Sauce
- Chris: Steak Milanese with Korean Noodles
- Johanna: Clam Linguini with Korean Short Ribs

GAME 3: a dish that comes from the heart... but there's a 2-FOR-1 SPECIAL. You can have rack of lamb & cheese puffs, scallops & jelly beans, or duck breast & dried durian. Johanna picks the duck & durian, while Chris gets scallops & jelly beans.

- Chris: Filet Mignon with Scallop Brulee
- Johanna: Coconut Crab with Peking Duck

GUY'S SHOPPING SPREE: Celery hearts, malt vinegar for $2.69, martini ingredient, canned whole jalapenos, roast beef instant noodles, 25 oz grapefruit dish soap, candy on a stick, label with a bunny, frozen peach turnover, Atlantic salmon fillets. He gets up to aisle 10 for $18,000.

Next time, it's the grand finale! Who'll get another shot at $20,000?

Let's Make a Deal Earth Day
by Jason Block
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CBS: 10a/9C or 3p/2C
Host: Wayne Brady with Jonathan Mangum, Tiffany Coyne & Cat Gray
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Riley - $34,775(traded from $5,617)
Theodore/Dutchess - $21,615
Dominica - $3,270
Pedro - $1,500
Ehrin - $1,400
Granison - $1,400
Kathleen - $1,400
Ellen - BAD TRIP.
Quickie Deals - $400

Big Deal Choice 1 - 24
Big Deal Choice 2 - 56
Big Deal Choice 3 - 64
Big Deal Location 1 - 58
Big Deal Location 2 - 41
Big Deal Location 3 - 45
Big Deal Wins- 42/144
Car Wins - 71

Total: $65,760
Total for Week 30- $216,530.95
Total for the Season: $4,924,427.96
Best Week: Week 4 - $241,037
Let's end the week by starting off with three people on EARTH DAY! They are Ehrin the Golden Retriever, Granison the Gladiator and Kathleen the Banana. They have 1/3 of what is in the Green Box. Will Ehrin take his 1/3 or take the Big Box? He keeps his 1/3 and Ehrin passes on a smart home package including 65" 4K Smart TV, wireless soundbar, wireless thermostat, android Smartphone and charging backpacks worth $5,902! Granison takes his 1/3 and passes on a trip to Fiji in the small box at the Natalay Lodge worth $9,108! Kathleen keeps her 1/3 and passes on Curtain 2 which was a ZONK PIRATE SHIP(ZONK)! Everyone splits $4,200! They each get $1,400 each!

Theodore/Dutchess(70's couple) can win a Honda CR-Z Hybrid Sports Coupe worth $21,615! They are playing JUST THE FACTS. We have two years, 1995 and 2009. We have three facts - one will match 1995, one will match 2009 and one matches neither. All Theodore/Dutchess have to do is pick a year and match it to the correct fact. The facts are: EARTH DAY IS OFFICIALLY RENAMED "INTERNATIONAL MOTHER EARTH DAY" BY THE UNITED NATIONS, THOUSANDS GATHER AT THE NATIONAL MALL TO CELEBRATE THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF EARTH DAY and GAYLORD NELSON, THE FOUNDER OF EARTH DAY, IS AWARDED THE PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM. They pick 1995 and Nelson gets the Medal of Freedom. They are offered Curtain 3 which is kitchen appliances including refrigerator, range, cuisinart cookware, indoor herb garden and food composter worth $4,527! They keep the guess. We find out that the UN renamed Earth Day to Mother Earth Day in 2009. Wayne offers the deal plus $500 to make the deal worth $5,027! They go for the car....AND WIN IT! The founder of Earth Day did get the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Clinton in 1995! And, since Earth Day was founded in 1970, the 40th Anniversary Celebration took place in 2010!

Ellen the Rain Cloud gets viewer email to Cat. The clue is - ONE PLACE I HAVE NEVER BEEN IS IN THE BIG BOX. She passes on $500...$800 for the Big Box which is a trip to ZONKVILLE USA(ZONK)! Next up is...BREAKING NEWS. Kyle the Nerd is the Co-Anchor about Curtain 2. Kyle asks "IN WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES WOULD THE CURTAIN 2 PRIZE BE USED?". Jonathan says - it wouldn't be seen inside of his house. Next question: WHAT DISTINCTIVE NOISES ARE BEING HEARD FROM CURTAIN 2?" Jonathan makes a screeching motor noise. Kyle takes the curtain over $1,000 and wins a pair of vehicles - a Vespa Sprint Scooter and a Sandviper Electric Bike from SSR Motorsports worth $5,536!

Riley the Sun and Dominica the Cloud each get $800. They can buy the red or blue boxes which sell for $400 each. The red box is bought by both and they both win his/her designer watches from Gucci worth $2,870! The blue box is bought by Riley. He adds a suite of electronics from Apple including a 12" Macbook, Iphone 6S and Ipad Mini worth $2,747! Riley has $5,617 in prizes and Dominica has $3,270 in cash and prizes! Who keeps and who trades for the Green Box? No one trades for an eco friendly trip to CHILE at the Mallin Colorado Resort worth $11,848!

Pedro the Viking gets $1,500 to help him try to win a Toyota Prius C1 Hybrid worth $20,555! Pedro has 15 seconds to pick the right key from 15 keys and unlock the keys to the Prius. He will go across the stage and pick one key at a time. If he completely turns and opens the lock and box, he will win the car. He can increase his odds by buying time at the rate of $100/second(up to 15). Pedro decides to stay at 15 seconds. No matter what happens, he does have $1,500. He was all around it, picking 11 and 13, but 12 was the right key! He does leave with $1,500!

Last deal involves Jewell the Harlequin who is playing DOLLAR DAISIES. We have 10 daisies and Jewell will pick 3. If she is very lucky, she will come away with $6,500. Her picks are 3, 7, 10. 10 is $300. 3 is $100. She has $400. She can keep her cash, take the small box or Curtain 3. She takes the curtain and passes on an additional $1! 1 was the $5,000. She passes on $401, along with designer accessories worth $2,275 including diamond earrings and a pair of Jimmy Choo Shoes with matching clutch! Jewell wins a CAVEMAN LIVING ROOM(ZONK)!

Riley had a lot of good stuff, but he wants that $34,775 Big Deal! He picks 1. 3 had a trip to the Mirror Lake Resort in Upstate NY worth $7,010! 2 was an outdoor patio package worth $3,954! That means Riley wins the Big Deal which is a $34,775 Ford Fusion SE Plug In Hybrid Sedan!

The Price Is Right Earth Day
by Chico Alexander
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CBS: 11a/10C
Host: Drew Carey with Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith, Rachel Reynolds & George Gray
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Record today: 2-3-1
Record for week 30: 15-12-3
Record this season: 409-404-45
Total today*: $39,299
Total this week*: $362,549
Total this season*: $10,802,151
Perfect bids: 10/858
Perfect Shows/Skunks: 4/2
DSWs/DOBs: 1/10
$11K/$26K SCSD Spins: 7/3
Best week: Week 4: $746,658
$10M Passed: 4/7/16

*totals are based on the MSRP of the prizes on the tape day and rounded to the
nearest dollar.


It's Earth Day on TPIR! All the prizes today will have something to do with keeping our only home clean and beautiful, from hybrid cars to ethically sourced materials.

First up, Shannon Norris, Kevin Campbell, Franshon Sims, and Bernard Collier bidding on a set of camping gear with fuel-free stoves. The $1418 package goes to Kevin, who'll stow it in a Honda Civic hybrid! The game: Pushover.

1 9 2 1 2 2 6 5 0

He pushes to $21,226... RIGHT!

Kimberly Congdon (who's here on her 35th birthday) goes down and up thanks to a present of an $845 set of southern cypress hammocks. She'll swing for an all-weather foosball table and a hot tub in 2 for the Price of 1.

6 3 9
$ $ $
8 7 0

She takes the third number for free... a 0. She goes with $670 for the foosball... $630 was right.

Shannon gets a $1230 pair of jade earrings and a chance to rake in the green.. $25,000 in Punch-a-Bunch! With hits from a $28 salad spinner, a $130 carpet cleaner, and a $79 ceramic heater, she ends up with $1000... trades it in for $1000... then ends up with $2500!

Kevin spins out a win on the Showcase wheel. Meanwhile, Franshon wins a $1150 Dell PC. He'll take it away in a Hyundai Veloster if he wins Cover Up.

      3 7
    7 4 1
  6 5 8 9
2 9 4 7 0
3 2 8 9 5

First try is $26,449... only the 2 is right. $22,535? The 22 and the 3 are right. $22,730? Nope. It was $22,831.

Bernard gets off the schneid with a $2099 washer/dryer with eco-friendly washer system. He'll try to clean up for a trip to Mauritius (6n @ Esprit Libre) in Pick-a-Pair. Healthy Choice Simply Cafe Steamers meatball marinara... $3.49. Old English wood-protecting oil... $5.49. He keeps that and tries to pair the Happy Egg Co. eggs... $5.49!

William Slosser III gets a $764 HTC smartphone with wood case & solar charger. He'll add a 4KTV, Stella McCartney accessories, and a Bowflex if he knows which is the Most Expensive. He picks the TV. Accessories... $3700. Trainer... $1799. TV... $2400.

Franshon meets Kevin in the Showcase. First up, make your home greener with a smart home kit with programmable thermostat/smoke alarm/door lock, a trip to Utah (5n @ Cliffrose Lodge & Gardens; canyoneering package included), and a Chevy Spark. Top winner Kevin passes, and Franshon bids $23,050. Next, put the pedal to the mettle with a pair of electric bikes, a trip to Winston-Salem (5n @ Graylyn Estate & Conference Center), and a party boat with a rechargeable battery. Kevin bids $29,700. Actual pirce... $25,255. Actual price of Franshon's Showcase.. $22,299, and by $751, this green show turns all sorts of red. The
10th Double Overbid of the season.

We'll try again next week.

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: $65,264
Total for Week 32 - $222,512
Total for the Season: $7,446,040
Bonus Win Percentage: 46/160
Gooseeggs: 18
Toss Up Sweeps/Group Misses: 26/2
Mystery Round Prizes won: 14
Car Wins: 5
1/2 Car Wedges hit/total wins: 141/8
$100,000 Losses/Wins: 1/0
$1,000,000 Losses/Wins: 0/0
$1,000,000 Wedge Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 40/160/8/18
Wild Cards Hit/Offered/Used/Lost: 89/160/22/42
Express Wedge Hit/Used: 43/32
Bonus Prize Wedges hit/won: 60/34
$2,500 Space Hit - 40
$3,500 Space Hit - 92
$5,000 Space Hit - 29
Bankrupt Space Hit - 452
Lose A Turn Hit - 144
Gift Tags won: 48
Free Play Hit: 173
$6,000 FINAL SPINS: 11/160
Best Week: Week 17 - $324,215(America's Game Week)
Bankrupt Losses: $952,857+ 3 trips of unknown value.
Left on the Table: $2,445,415 + 4 trips of unknown value + 1 GC + 1 Car.
7M Passed - 151 Shows - 04/11/16 (131 + 20 shows)
It's Day 5 of BIG MONEY WEEK! The $1,000 Tossup is PERSON. Dave Larr is KING OF THE CASTLE. He is from Los Angeles, CA. He is a retired Vietnam Veteran and most of his family have served. Kyle Altier is a special education from Jacksonville, FL. She likes yoga. Stephanie Gonzalez from Georgetown, TX. She watches the show with her 8 yr old son Wyatt. She is a nursing assistant in the hospital she was born in!

The $2,000 Tossup is TV TITLE. Dave misses and Stephanie has $2,000 with SHARK TANK. We add this to the wheel and it's a trip to Las Vegas worth $6,000! It's a THING. She misses on the WC. Dave misses. Kyle picks up the WC with 2 $500 M's. She loses the WC and $500 on Bankrupt. Stephanie misses. Dave solves AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE for $2,900. He has $3,900.

Dave starts the Eggland's Best Eggs mystery round which is BEFORE & AFTER. He hits the $1,000 in cash from Bicycle Playing Cards with a $500 S, but loses all that on Bankrupt on the next spin. Kyle solves HOLE IN THE WALL STREET JOURNAL for $8,050!

Kyle also starts the Prize Puzzle/Express Wedge which is FUN & GAMES. She misses a vowel. Stephanie loses $1,800 on Bankrupt. Dave loses $1,150 on Bankrupt. Kyle loses $1,450 on Bankrupt. Stephanie hits an Express Wedge M and hops on. She hits a $1,000 Y, a $1,000 W, a $1,000 V and a $1,000 D and reads DIVING WITH MANTA RAYS for $5,000 and a trip to Hawaii at the Hilton Waikoloa Village worth $7,014! She has $14,014 in cash and prizes!

The $3,000 Tossup is PROPER NAME. Stephanie has $17,014 with BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. She starts WHAT ARE YOU DOING? and we go right into a $1,650 a letter FINAL SPIN Kyle solves BALANCING MY CHECKBOOK for $3,300. She leaves with a very nice cash total of $11,350. Dave leaves with $3,900. Stephanie hangs on with $17,014 in cash and prizes including her trip to Hawaii!

The Pre-Bonus Round Total is $32,264! Stephanie lands on the * wedge. It's a PHRASE. With the RSTLNE and her choices of C Y V O we have:

_ O _ N C _ N _
_ _ C _

Stephanie won't be BOUNCING BACK from a bonus round loss...THAT IS BECAUSE SHE WINS $33,000 IN CASH! She leaves with $50,014 in cash and prizes including her trip to Hawaii!

5K Every Day Spin ID - AR0733448

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
by Don Harpwood

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Syn: check local listings
Host: Chris Harrison
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  Matt Zazzarino (Wappingers Falls, NY) has $7,000 to begin the show today, but he's out of lifelines.

Eventually, he makes it to this...

Introducing her at the 2015 Country Music Awards, Kelly Clarkson said of what legend, "I have the coolest mother-in-law and you all can suck it"?
A: Reba McEntire
B: Naomi Judd
C: Emmylou Harris
D: Faith Hill

Matt thinks about this, but he isn't sure, so he walks with $20,000! The answer is A.

Donna DiBiase (Commack, NY)
She is a hard-working secretary.
(+1): Her nephew, Frankie

She polls the audience at $500, then secures $5,000. After that is this...

With their pairs often faded and strategically tattered, what expensive brand of jeans takes its name from a peddler of used goods?
A: Dirt and Dust
B: Rag and Bone
C: Bag and Scrap
D: Mop and Box

Donna calls on Frankie for this one; they're both thinking C. Donna goes with that... but it's B! That means she leaves with $5,000.

With little time left, Paula Rondin gets a shot at $1,000...

When used to grade different types of pencils, the letters "H" and "B" stand for what two words?
A: Heaviness and Brightness
B: Harshness and Breakability
C: Hardness and Blackness
D: Height and Boldness

Paula guesses C... and she's right!