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C&P: Ayesha & Jason
R1: AT LEAST $100$1K (#1: Furniture Town Plus D.R.)
R2: SBSpaghetti & meatball jewelry (AT LEAST $300: $2K)
FD: SE- Trip to The Sands ($11,446)


GR: MaryBeth
C: Chevrolet Trax
P: #4, #7, #2- BAILED (Other TNT: #6)

Jordan’s freebie: Apple MacBook + $1K bloomingdale’s GT
#2: REJECTED- Camping equip.
Christina: SB- Photography pkg. + Palm Springs getaway ($4,746)
Denise: $1K (#1)- Remote-controlled couch

PD #2

Shamiah: 1/2 (YOU NEED GLAMOUR)
FD: #3- k.s. acc. ($3,092)
FD: $1400 (BB)- Benelli motorcycle + helmets

RW: Michael (woman)
C (#1): ’18 KIA Soul
TA: “Finding Nemo”, “ICE AGE”, “Bruce Almighty”, “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” & “Almost Famous”
G: “Bruce Almighty” & “Almost Famous”

Final Normal Deal: Both currently had at least half of what was in the BB.
Katie: SB- Schyden sunglasses + dune jewelry (so the other trader now had all of the BB’s contents)
Catherine: BB- 1/2 CARS (#2: Trip to Harbor 360 Hotel)

BD (Christina):
SD (#3): $2,284
MD (#2): nexersys gym machines- M.O.
BD (#1): Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE

SOLE AIRED QD (Nickole): Knew seven people dressed as bananas in this ep.’s audience (J)($200)- $


SD #6: Recipe jumble w/o mentors’ help
Tyler: Chicken w/ sun-dried tomato cream sauce, sautéed spinach & mashed potatoes
Anne: Kale & corn-topped chicken w/ bacon tomato sauce

MDC #7: Sausages
W- Sharon, Steven & Lacey
L- Robyn (Also on Bottom: Shatima)


The power for the next PoV winner will be decided by the home viewers- they can choose from the Diamond Veto, VIP Veto or the Spotlight Veto.

Jerome Grant (EC in a D.C. museum)
Margeaux Alcorta (chef in San Antonio)
Landon Pulizzi (chef de cuisine who’s trained in the Marines)
Derek Bugge (EC)
J: Troy, Aarti & Carl

FTD: TV dinner
Margeaux: Grilled quail w/ sweet corn succotash & apple salsa verde
Jerome: Stuffed quail & cauliflower puree
Derek: Chicken-fried steak roulade w/ pomme robuchon & blistered corn salsa
Landon: NY Strip & chicken-fried steak croquette
C-O- Jerome

BB: $18.99
Landon: Cider-glazed chicken w/ red kuri squash puree & pickled apples
Margeaux: Thai red curry soup w/ calamari two ways
Derek: Crab salad w/ avocado crema & compressed watermelon
C-O- Landon

Five-Star Flambe: The flambes were to be served on a flambe cart.
Margeaux: Pan-seared NY Strip w/ brown butter chanterelles & Au Poivre sauce
Derek: Grilled Filet Mignon w/ cauliflower puree
W- Derek

#1: Cotton string used to keep a roast’s shape as it cooks (BUTCHER’S TWINE)- $
#2: Pasta whose name translates to “butterflies” because of its shape (FARFALLE)- $
#3: Despite its name this porous baked breakfast item was invented in the U.S. (ENGLISH MUFFIN)- $
#4: White cheese named for the Mexican province where it originated (OAXACA)- $
#5: This fermented red chili paste’s a staple of spice in Korean cooking- X (A: GOCHUJANG)

“Millionaire” 11/2/15

Sean & Catherine Lowe (DAL)(Micaela’s Army)
+1: Regina

$500: In a ’15 hit Maroon 5 sang “You show me good loving/Make it all right/Need a little sweetness in my life/Your…” what “Yes, please”?

A: Splenda
B: High-fructose corn syrup
C: Raw unfiltered local organic honey
D: Sugar


$1K: A ’15 Webby Award winner for weirdness, what site helps gives the illusion you’re in a relationship by sending you voicemails & texts?

A: MadeUpMoms.com
B: InvisibleGirlfriend.com
C: BogusBoss.com
D: ImaginaryStockBroker.com


$2K: Acc. to HowStuffWorks.com a snoozing PA baker accidentally invented the popular “hard” version of what?

A: Pretzels
B: Popcorn
C: Omelettes
D: Marshmallows


$3K: In ’15 after a local body of water was found to be at near-record-low levels the website for a UT newspaper ran a feature titled what?

A: “Lake Inferior”
B: “Lake Small-hoe”
C: “The Not-As-Great Salt Lake”
D: “Lake Michi-gone”

“The Not-As-Great Salt Lake”$

$5K: Asking prospective leads to sing a few bars of “Ease On Down the Road” or “Home”, in ’15 nBV held an open casting call for its live broadcast of what musical?

A: “A Chorus Line”
D: “The Wiz”


A: 11%
B: 4%
C: 5%
D: 80%

“The Wiz”$

$7K: W/ her marriage to Kris Humphries lasting just 72 days, about how much longer was Kim Kardashian’s marriage to Kanye West upon their first anniv.?

A: Three times
B: Five times
C: Seven times
D: Nine times

Five times$

$10K: One of the fastest jet aircraft ever built, NASA’s X-43A could fly at about 7K mph, meaning it would theoretically take it how long to travel from NYC to L.A.?

A: 6min
B: 20min
C: 1hr
D: 2hrs


$20K: Wedding website TheKnot.com claims that it can be bad luck for your engagement ring to feature a what since it resembles a tear?

A: Sapphire
B: Pearl
C: Emerald
D: Cubic zirconia


$30K: Which series of words from the NATO phonetic alphabet corresponds to the letters of the distress signal SOS?

A: September, Opal & September
B: Scotch, Orange & Scotch
C: Sierra, Oscar & Sierra
D: Shirley, Ova & Shirley

Sierra, Oscar & Sierra$

QotD: “Creating friendships from the inside out” is the motto of an innovating online dating site catering to whom?
B: Prisoners
C: Senior citizens
D: Zoologists

$50K: W/ less than half the fatality rate of the most lethal occupation, which of these is NOT in the top 10 of Bloomberg’s most recent list of deadliest jobs in America?

A: Aircraft pilot
B: Logger
C: Garbage collector
D: Police officer

FA: Aircraft pilot (A: Police officer)

“Millionaire” 10/30/15

$7K: Like Nik Wallenda did on his trek across the Grand Canyon, tightrope walkers will often carry a long pole to lower their what?

A: Center of gravity
B: Terminal velocity
C: Heart rate
D: Wind resistance

Center of gravity $

$10K: Granted in 1876 the U.K.’s first registered trademark, featuring a single triangle, belongs to whom?

B: British Petroleum
C: Bass Ale
D: Bunberry

Bass Ale$

$20K: W/ a plot that hinges on a fight about water, what classic L.A. film did Marketwatch recently call “perhaps more timely than ever”?

A: “Rebel Without a Cause”
B: “The Graduate”
C: “Valley of the Dolls”
D: “Chinatown”


$30K: The word “scavenger” comes from an Old English term used to refer to what occupation?

A: Tax collector
B: Lawyer
C: Gravedigger
D: Bounty hunter

FINAL LLs (wife Eileen)

A: 26%
B: 3%
C: 46%
D: 25%

FA: WALKED (A: Tax collector)

Lillian Africano (Deal, NJ)
+1: David (son)

$500: WikiHow’s article “How to Apply Makeup” says that after washing & moisturizing your face you should first apply your concealer & next apply your what?

A: Foundation 
B: Vinyl siding
C: Support beams
D: Fiberglass insulation


$1K: Selling “beans that are a little less perfect”, ads for what irregular candies tout ’em as being “just as good at about half the price”?

A: Starburt
B: Belly Flops
C: Mr. Badbars
D: Reese’s Pieces of Junk


A: 11%
B: 70%
C: 4%
D: 15%

Belly Flops $

$2K: Considered even harder to win than the American version, the “Two Thousand Guineas”, “The Derby” & the “St. Leger” make up the British what?

A: Triple Crown of Horse Racing
B: World Series of Eating Championships
C: Super Bowl of Gymnastics Competitions
D: Grand Slam of Quilting Bees

Triple Crown of Horse Racing$

$3K: What sequel to Louisa May Alcott’s most famous work was subtitled “Life at Plumfield with Jo’s Boys”?

A: Little House in the Suburbs
B: To Resurrect a Mockingbird
C: Little Men
D: Uncle Tom’s 4th Floor Walkup

Little Men$

$5K: What singer’s rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Super Bowl XXV became a Top 10 Billboard hit?

A: Paula Abdul
B: Mariah Carey
C: Whitney Houston
D: Janet Jackson


$7K: Currently written in their English-language versions which of these countries’ names can be changed to its native name by replacing just one letter w/ another?

A: Spain
B: Brazil
C: Germany
D: Italy


$10K: Acc. to lifehacker.com you can rid your inbox of large amounts of spam by searching for & deleting all the messages w/ what word?

A: Hello
B: Reply
C: Unsubscribe
D: Attachment

FA: Hello (A: Unsubscribe)

QotD: There’s NO real need to stick to a recipe when making what Chinese dish since it just means “assorted pieces”?
A: Lo mein
B: Chow fun
C: Chop suey
D: Shumei

Thousandaire: Rofu Thom
While rules PREVENT U.S. Presidents from keeping most gifts from foreign governments, they can keep gifts from U.S. citizens as long as they do what?
A: Write a long thank you note
B: Pay any required taxes on ’em
C: Only use ’em on Jul. 4
D: NEVER unwrap ’em

FA: Pay any required taxes on ’em

$30K: Which of these Mexican dishes got its name from a Spanish word meaning “little sash” or “little belt”?

A: Fajitas
B: Tamales
C: Enchiladas
D: Quesadillas

FA: Tamales (A: Fajitas)

Tamara Stephens (Dawson Springs, KY)

$500: After a teammate shoots a free throw even if he misses it’s traditional for NBA players to do what?

A: Write ’em a nice note
B: Bake ’em a cake
C: Share a favorite Oprah movie
D: Give ’em a high-five


$1K: Peter the Great, Mahatma Gandhi & Theodore Roosevelt were some of Henry Kissinger’s choices for his list in Forbes of the seven what?

A: Tallest people in history
B: Most powerful people in history
C: Happiest people in history
D: Most kissable people in history

Most powerful people in history$

$2K: Acc. to Vegetarian-Nation.com pescatarians are “vegetarians” who still eat fish. What are “vegetarians” who still eat poultry called?

A: Crustaceatarians
B: Pollotarians
C: Porcinatarians
D: Bovitarians


$3K: Because back in ’95 he was the first customer to order a book from their website, what Seattle-based co. named a building in John Wainwright’s honor?

A: ebay
B: Google
C: Zappos
D: amazon

amazon $

$5K: Though there ISN’T a single W in it, which series of Spanish words translates to the proverbial “Five W’s” of journalism?

A: Yo, Tu, Usted, Nosotros & Ellos
B: Me, Te, Lo, Se & Nos
C: Quien, Que, Cuandro, Donde & Por Que
D: Soy, Eres, Es, Somos & Son

Quien, Que, Cuandro, Donde & Por Que$

$7K: Fitting for the man who played Al Bundy on “Married…with Children” Ed O’Neill’s star on the HOLLYWOOD Walk of Fame’s located where?

A: In front of a library
B: In front of a post office
C: In front of a high school
D: In front of a shoe store

In front of a shoe store $

$10K: Falling into line w/ much of the rest of the world, in 2015 Japan passed a law lowering the legal age to do what from 20 to 18?

A: Join the military
B: Vote
C: Drive an automobile
D: Drink alcohol


A: 19%
B: 37%
C: 15%
D: 29%


$20K: Thanks to a French explorer who inspired the names of BOTH, in Maine you can drive your what to what?

A: Pontiac to Pontiac Lake
B: Peugeot to the Peugeot River
C: Cadillac to Cadillac Mountain
D: Maserati to the Maserati Forest

Peugeot to the Peugeot RiverL (A: Cadillac to Cadillac Mountain)

Mark Pagliarulo (Salem, MA)

$500: Popular w/ the elderly, Freedent gum was advertised w/ what tagline?

A: “Won’t stick to most dental work”
B: “Won’t rust your tongue stud”
C: “Skateboard on over and buy some today”
D: “Bieber chews it!”

“Won’t stick to most dental work”$

$1K: The U.S. Postal Service’s famous unofficial motto claims that its “couriers” will NOT be stopped by “snow nor rain nor heat nor…” what?

A: “Chafed thighs”
B: “Bureaucratic red tape”
C: “Gloom of night”
D: “Zombie apocalypse”

“Gloom of night”$

$2K: To better reflect “the world girls see around them”, in ’15 Mattel announced a design change that will finally enable Barbie to wear what?

A: Overalls
B: Flats
C: Top hats
D: Scarves


QotD: Though he DIDN’T write the famous “I’m not a crook” line, what TV personality was a speechwriter for President Nixon?
A: Larry King
B: Dennis Miller
C: Ben Stein
D: Jerry Springer

$3K: Because historically it was payday, when the buildings held the most money, the FBI says banks are still most likely to be ROBBED on what day of the wk.?

A: Mon.
B: Wed.
C: Tues.
D: Fri.


$5K: Accused of acting like a “sultan”, what country’s leader recently built a 1K-rm. presidential palace in a protected forest in Ankara?

A: Turkey
B: Pakistan
C: Russia
D: The Philippines