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HoH #8 (“Going for the Green”): Each Houseguest had up to three putts to score from 1-21pts. The person w/ the lowest score on the left side won $10K (if there was a tie the money would be shared) & the person w/ the lowest score on the right side would become HoH.

SPLIT $10K
(3)- Dani & Tyler
HoH (2)- Cody
BASE NOMS- Kevin & David

“WHEEL of FORTUNE” 5/1/09

$1K T-U: Person

B _ _

W _ _ N _ R

The BIG WINNER of this ep. wouldn’t be decided this early but Ryan solved:

Ryan Hinton (Victoria, BC): Policy analyst for government
Jessica Terry (Puyallup, WA): State program mgr.
Robyn Parker (Baton Rouge): 8th grade Louisiana history teacher

$2K T-U: LT

_ H I _ E

P E _ I _ _ N

Robyn spied a WHITE PELICAN.

1st Sandals T: Whitehouse

R1: Thing

Robyn quickly picked up the WC w/ an N; an M got Ryan the Maui Jim GT.

T W E N T Y – F O U R

H O U R / R O O M

S E R _ _ _ E

He wouldn’t enjoy TWENTY-FOUR HOUR ROOM SERVICE but $2800 in $ & GC.
SOLE DUD: A (Robyn)

IHOP JR: WAYD?

He started w/ three N’s for $1800 & two TD G’s for $7K, then after his buy of three I’s was a BANKRUPT. After Jessica BANKRUPTED on the MDW’s right side, Robyn called a pair of H’s for the FS. It would be burned up quickly as C was a dud; she would then hit $3.5K, called three S’s & then used her WC to call twin W’s.

W H I S _ _ _ I N G

S W _ _ T

N O T H I N G S

She was WHISPERING SWEET NOTHINGS for $18,950.
SOLE DUD: C (Robyn)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (Ryan & Jessica)
JACKPOT NOT NEEDED: $14,250

meineke Mystery/PP Rd.: F&G

W/ $2100 at this point Jessica spun the MW next to that MDW & called four R’s; she took the $4K for those (good because she would’ve lost $6100 to a BANKRUPT). Robyn would BANKRUPT after calling a $900 G. Ryan later spun the same MW back-to-back & called three L’s & a K.

S N _ R K E L I N G

I N / _ R _ S T _ L

_ L E _ R / _ _ T E R S

He would be SNORKELING IN CRYSTAL CLEAR WATERS at Grande St. Lucia.
SOLE DUD: U (Jessica)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Robyn

CS:

Robyn: $20,950/Ryan: $17,550 in $ & merchandise

$3K T-U: PN

H _ _ R _

_ _ _ N I _ _ / J R .

W/ HARRY CONNICK, JR. Ryan reduced the gap to $400.

S-U: Place
FS: TD

C _ _ R R Y

_ R C _ _ R D

Robyn’s pronunciation of the 2nd word “orc-ard” was NOT ACCEPTABLE so $36K likely went down the drain.

C H _ R R Y

_ R C H _ R D

Ryan stole CHERRY ORCHARD for $18K & the championship.
DUDS: N (Ryan) & T (Jessica)
CRITICAL MISSOLVE: Robyn

BANKRUPT TRASH: $9450

BR: He spun the 1st A in AMERICA’S.

C: Thing

_ _ R _ _ _ E

_ _ _ _ _ N E

RSTLNE/BCDO

_ _ R _ O _ E

_ _ C _ _ N E

HE APPARENTLY DIDN’T HAVE ONE (A: KARAOKE MACHINE)

“WHEEL of FORTUNE” 4/30/09

$1K T-U: Place

R O M A _ _ I C

R _ T R _ _ T

Kathy &/or one of her opponents would win a ROMANTIC RETREAT:

Kathy Bourke (Wellington, FL): ES volunteer & Girl Scouts leader
Beejoli Shah (Cerritos): UC-Berkeley grad who worked at a talent agency in Santa Monica
Ron Smith (Goleta, CA): Sports information director at Westmont College

$2K T-U: Person

D _ _ _ I N _

_ _ S _ R _ C _ O R

Ron’s response of DANCING INSTRUCTOR fit…but was incorrect.

D _ _ V I N _

_ _ S _ R _ C _ O R

Kathy wasn’t 2-for-2 when she missolved this as DIVING INSTRUCTOR.

D _ I V I N G

I _ S T R U C T O R

Beejoli got in DRIVING INSTRUCTOR.

1st Sandals T: Negril Beach Resort & Spa

R1: Phrase

_ _ / C O _ _ L I _ E N T S

T O / T H E / C H E _

Incl. two C’s for the WC Beejoli said “MY COMPLIMENTS TO THE CHEF”.
DUDS: R (Beejoli- right away) & A (Ron- bobbled by Kathy)

IHOP Jackpot/PP Rd.: E

Ron BANKRUPTED quickly. Kathy secondly called an N on the JACKPOT but spun the MDW’s right BANKRUPT. Beejoli also BANKRUPTED so that meant the WC went back. On his 2nd go this rd. Ron called a T for the Beachstore.com GT. Kathy called a non-dud D for $3.5K.

P A M P E R I N G

_ O U R S E L F / W I T H

A / F U L L – B O D _

M A S S A G E

Hey, expect to be PAMPERING YOURSELF WITH A FULL-BODY MASSAGE at the Grande Antigua Resort & Spa.
SOLE DUD: C (Ron)
BANKRUPTS: 3 (whole trio)
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $15,250

CS:

Kathy: $22,800 in $ & trip/Beejoli: $3K

meineke MR: B&A

M O N _ E _

B U S I N E S S

D E G R E E

Beejoli tore up a MONKEY BUSINESS DEGREE & got $2900 out of the act.
SOLE DUD: A (Beejoli)
LaTs: 2 (Kathy)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Ron

$3K T-U: Thing

M _ S T E R Y

N O _ E _

Beejoli was stumped on the latter word.

M _ S T E R Y

N O V E _

Ron checked out a MYSTERY NOVEL & received a $3K return fee.

S-U: Showbiz
FS: $1600

_ _ I _ _ _ _ N G _ R

_ N D I N G

No CLIFFHANGER ENDING here but Ron ended strong w/ another $4800.
DUDS: T (Ron) & S (Beejoli)

BANKRUPT TRASH (other than extras): $1150

BR: Kathy spun that &.

C: Thing

_ L _ _ _

_ L _ _ S E

RSTLNE/BMDO

_ L _ _ D

B L O _ S E

I wish she had thought of Scotland because she didn’t solve PLAID BLOUSE for that Audi.

$1K T-U: Phrase

_ O T H _ N G / _ _ T

_ H _ / _ _ S _

Bram, this literally wasn’t NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH.

_ O T H _ N G / _ _ T

_ H E / _ E S _

Thomasyna hoped for NOTHING BUT THE BEST after solving:

Thomasyna Bungula (Lihue, HI): Senior station mgr. for two major rental car companies
Paula Merrier (VAN, BC): Bank worker
Bram Engels (Groveland, FL; orig. from the Netherlands): Telecommunications co. worker

$2K T-U: Place

E S _ A _ E

R O _ T E

Thomasyna took the ESCAPE ROUTE.

1st Sandals T: Whitehouse European Village & Spa

PP: F&D

A T was worth the Maui Jim GT, but no insurance policy for her as she said a dud in D while on that FS.

S _ _ E R _

F _ V E – S T A R

_ _ _ S _ N E

Paula won $1400 & would taste the SUPERB FIVE-STAR CUISINE of the Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island, an $11,400 rd.
SOLE DUD: D (Thomasyna)

IHOP JR: SN

Somebody failed to pick up the FS again- this time it was Paula by saying T. Thomasyna would later get it w/ a C but would need to use it after losing $3750 on a BANKRUPT.

C _ N G A / &

A S S E M B L Y

L I N E

She solved CONGA & ASSEMBLY LINE & that was a $4K subtotal for her after the rd.
DUDS: T (Paula) & R (Bram)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Thomasyna
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $9550

meineke MR: ST

Thomasyna netted the WC w/ two C’s; however, it & $2550 would be taken back by a BANKRUPT. Paula’s turn ended early w/ a $400 BANKRUPT.

C R _ _ _ / L _ T T L E

T H _ N G / C _ L L E D

L _ _ E

W/ “CRAZY LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE” Bram finally won $1750.
SOLE DUD: S (Bram)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (girls)

$3K T-U: LT

M O R _ Y

_ E L

Thomasyna said the 1st half of MORAY EEL as “Maury”…it was acceptable.

S-U: Things
FS: TD

H E A R T – _ A R _ _ N G

S T _ R _ E S

This was one of Paula’s HEART-WARMING STORIES, winning $12K & the game. That amt. was also in Bram’s bank, but Thomasyna missed $36K.
DUDS: L (Bram), D (Paula) & B (Paula)

BANKRUPT TRASH (other than WC): $6700

BR: She spun the 2nd A in AMERICA’S.

C: Phrase

_ _ _ _ L E

_ _

RSTLNE/DPGU

_ U _ _ L E

U P

By not calling the C she wouldn’t BUCKLE UP in the Audi too.

$1K T-U: F&D

_ I _ _

_ _ U E _ _ _ R _ E S

Alfred gathered RIPE BLUEBERRIES…but those weren’t what they were looking for.

_ I _ _

_ L U E _ _ _ R _ E S

Jon’Michael got WILD BLUEBERRIES:

Jon’Michael Fluellen (Antioch; orig. from DET): 4yr insurance agent married to Deedee (they’re restoring a ’68 Mercury Cougar)
Mary Howard (Fullerton; orig. from Overland Park): Foster care agency worker who’s an aunt & a newlywed to Jeremy
Alfred Santana (Orange): Brewery sales rep married to Kim

$2K T-U: Person

M _ / _ A _ O R I _ E

_ _ _ _ O R

I don’t remember MY FAVORITE DOCTOR but I know Mary was incorrect.

M _ / _ A V O R I T E

A _ _ H O R

MY FAVORITE AUTHOR is probably R.L. Stine & Alfred was correct that time.

R1: B&A

_ _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _

_ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ / _ _

_ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _

Alfred: R ($650), 4 S’s ($700), 3 A’s, C ($600), 4 E’s, 2 N’s ($550), I, O (VOWELS OUT), P ($700), 4 T’s ($600)

_ A S T E R / T _ A N

T _ E / S P E E _ / O _

_ I _ _ T

S N A C _ S

He was FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT SNACKS for $7250- PR.

Prevagen MR: O

_ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Jon’Michael: T ($10K)
Mary: BANKRUPT ADJACENT TO $3.5K
Alfred: R (WC), 2 O’s, S ($900)
Jon’Michael: N ($900)
Mary: 2 D’s ($500), A, C ($900)
Alfred: 5 E’s (FP), I (FP)(FV)

_ I D E O / _ A _ E

D E _ E _ O _ E R

I hope a VIDEO GAME DEVELOPER will make a new “WHEEL” game soon; he spingled.
DUDS: T (Jon’Michael), S (Alfred), N (Jon’Michael) & C (Mary)
INSTA-BANKRUPT: Mary

PP: Phrase

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Mary: 2 R’s ($700), T ($800)
Alfred: 3 S’s ($650), 2 A’s, 3 M’s ($500), 2 O’s, 2 U’s, 3 L’s ($800), 2 E’s, 2 V’s ($700), I, OTHER BANKRUPT
Jon’Michael: P ($500)

M A R V E L O U S

S I M P L _

M A R V E L O U S

After he solved this some people would also say “MARVELOUS, SIMPLY MARVELOUS” to him on also winning a trip to Hilton Playa Del Carmen.
SOLE DUD: T (Mary)
SOLE BANKRUPT: Alfred

CS:

Alfred: $10,250/Jon’Michael: $11,520 in $ & MEX

Triple T-U: AtH

#1:

_ I D D E N

_ A L L / _ _ F E

Alfred goofed again w/ HIDDEN WALL CAFE.

H I D D E N

W A L L / S _ F E

Jon’Michael unlocked the HIDDEN WALL SAFE in time.

#2:

_ _ _ _ Y

_ _ N K

$38K is now in this season’s BR PIGGY BANK & Mary was on the board.

#3:

U _ _ _ R / _ _ E

_ A _ _ _ _ _ _

Alfred went UNDER THE BASEMENT but missolved again.

U _ _ _ R / _ _ E

_ A T _ _ _ _ _

Mary looked UNDER THE MATTRESS & doubled up.

S-U: WAYD?
FS: $1.5K

_ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ / _ _ _ _

L: N, G, 2 T’s, 2 E’s, K, P (TAKING THE HELP wasn’t right), H

T _ K _ N G

T H E / _ E _ P

Since the Triple T-U began Mary was TAKING THE LEAP from nada to seven biggies.
SOLE MISSOLVE: Jon’Michael

BANKRUPT TRASH (sans extras): $6K

“Cookie Jam” BR Categories to Select From: Thing, F&D & Phrase
P: Thing

Jon’Michael would stop on the 2nd A of AMERICA’S.

_ _ _ _ T _ _ _ S

_ _ _ L

RSTLNE/PMDA

A M _ _ T _ _ _ S

_ _ A L

I don’t know if winning the endgame on this show was an AMBITIOUS GOAL of his…but he somehow did it for $38K.

$1K T-U: WAYD?

V I S _ _ I N _ / _ _ E

C _ N D _ / S _ O R _

Levon was VISITING THE CANDY STORE:

Levon Derkalousdian (Glendale): Studying for bar exam who has a sister/nurse; he’s also learning to play the piano
Yvette Bentley: Supervisor for 911 operators & police dispatchers married to Brian
Dianne Swanson (Long Beach): Recently retired teacher after 22yrs who’s married

$2K T-U: O

W _ _ D I N G

_ _ A N _ _ _

Levon doesn’t need a WEDDING PLANNER (as far as I know).

R1: F&D

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ / _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _

Levon: 3 T’s ($900), R ($900), E, 4 A’s, BANKRUPT NEAR TD
Yvette: 3 S’s ($550), O, 3 W’s ($10K), 3 I’s (OoV), 2 H’s ($700), 2 K’s ($600)

_ A _ I _ _ A

_ I _ K S H A K E

W I T H / T W O

S T R A W S

A VANILLA MILKSHAKE WITH TWO STRAWS is sweet; so is $15,250.
SOLE BANKRUPT: Levon

Prevagen Crossword/Mystery Rd.: __________ sugar

Line #1: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Line #2: _ _ _ _ _
Column #1: _ _ _ _ (incl. 1st letter of Line #1 word & 2nd letter of Line #2 word)
Column #2: _ _ _ (incl. 6th letter of Line #1 word)

Yvette: B ($600), 2 R’s (MW near LaT…EMPTY)
Dianne: MDW’s LEFT SIDE
Levon: N ($1K), 2 O’s, 3 E’s, 3 W’s ($600), A, I
Yvette: P ($3.5K)

Line #1: P O W _ E R E _
Line #2: B R O W N
Column #1: P _ R E
Column #2: R A W

POWDERED & PURE were worth more cash to her.
SOLE DUD: I (Levon)
BANKRUPTS: 2 (ladies)

PP: Places

_ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

Dianne: T ($700), E, 2 S’s ($600), 2 A’s, LaT
Levon: LaT
Yvette: N ($500), BANKRUPT NEAR $3.5K
Dianne: I (FP), BOUGHT THE OTHER VOWELS, M (EXPRESS)
Levon: B ($900)
Yvette: H (FP), SAME BANKRUPT NABBED HER
Dianne: 2 L’s ($650)

L U S H

T _ O _ I _ A L

_ A _ _ E N S

She’ll enjoy the LUSH TROPICAL GARDENS of Galley Bay.
AIRED DUDS: M (Dianne) & B (Levon)
AIRED LaTs: 2 (Dianne & Levon)
AIRED BANKRUPTS: 2 (Yvette)

CS:

Levon: $3K/Yvette: $18,750/Dianne: $11,520 in $ & Antigua

Triple T-U: Person

#1:

H _ _ O I C

C H _ M _ I O N

So far Levon was the HEROIC CHAMPION of the T-Us.

#2:

T R U S _ Y

_ I _ _ _ I C K

Levon didn’t have a TRUSTY SIDEKICK but still owned these puzzles.

#3:

R _ T T E _

S C _ U _ D R E L

Dianne took out a ROTTEN SCOUNDREL.

S-U: Phrase
FS: $1.5K

_ _ / _ _ _ / _ _ _

_ _ / _ _ _ / _ _ _

L: 3 T’s, 2 H’s, S, L, N, 2 D’s, Y

_ T / T H _ / _ N D

_ _ / T H _ / D _ Y

Dianne just beat the buzzer & AT THE END OF THE DAY came out on top w/ $19,520 in $ & vacay.
DUDS: S (Yvette) & L (Dianne)

BANKRUPT TRASH: $6700

“Cookie Jam” BR Menu: Things, Phrase & Person
P: Person

She spun the **.

_ _ S _ _ N _ R _

_ E N _ _ S

RSTLNE/MPGA

_ _ S _ _ N A R _

G E N _ _ S

She’s not a VISIONARY GENIUS…but won $38K to leave w/ $57,520 in $ & trip.

Challengers:
Alyssa Weinberger: Media rights assistant
Julissa Castillo: Operations mgr.

R1:
TRAVELING ON THE INTERSTATE
GUYS NAMED DOUG
WJPY CLASSICAL RADIO
SOUNDS LIKE A BOAT PART
HEARD ON A TV DRAMA
COIF SUPPRESSANT

HS:

Sameer: $0/Julissa: $2400/Alyssa: $2K

While Traveling on the Interstate for $800 Julissa ($4400) has to make a pit stop for the DD; Alyssa’s in 2nd for $3200 & Sameer’s off the schneid w/ $400. Julissa’s $2K clue is this.

I-10 is nearly a mile high east of Tucson but below sea level in this city founded by De Bienville in 1718.

“What is New Orleans?”…jazz music to her ears. We have to sign off for the rd. before reading either the $200 or $400 WJPY Classical Radio clues.

ATTEMPTED LT: $1800
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1400
TOTAL LT: $3200

CS:

Sameer: $1200/Julissa: $8K/Alyssa: $3200

DJ!:
PLAYS
ALL THINGS BELGIAN
FLICK OF SEAGULLS
1920
ICE CREAM
DOUBLE “E” FOR THEE

Julissa ($9600) hits her 2nd DD tonight in regards to the $1200 play; Sameer’s in 2nd w/ exactly 50% her score & Alyssa now has ½ than what she had at the end of the previous round. Julissa again bets $2K.

Bradley Cooper used no makeup or prosthetics in the role of John Merrick in a Broadway revival of this play.

“What is ‘The Elephant Man’?”…she got it. At the $2K end of All Things Belgian Sameer ($9200) has his DD chance, $2800 off Julissa’s road; Alyssa’s last-place total’s improved to $3600. He won’t take the lead because he risks the face value.

Sint-Niklaas, Belgium has a museum of this Flemish cartographer who around 1569 devised a way to depict a 3-D globe on a 2-D map.

“Who is (Gerardus) Mercator?”…yes. The last three 1920 clues shall stay hidden.

ATTEMPTED LT: $2K
UNATTEMPTED LT: $4800
TOTAL DJ! LT: $6800

Pre-Final S:

Sameer: $15,200/Julissa: $13,200/Alyssa: $4800
JULISSA’S CORYAT OF NIGHT: $11,200

FJ! #10: HIGHEST-PAID ATHLETES

On Forbes‘ 2020 list of the 100 highest-paid athletes at age 50 this active individual sportsman’s the oldest.

ALYSSA: “WHO IS (JAROMIR) JAGR?” ($4700) = $100
JULISSA: “Who is Phil (probably Mickelson, which was right)($13,199) = $1
SAMEER: “Who is Mr. Magoo” ($0)

“WHEEL of FORTUNE” 4/28/09

$1K T-U: Person

F I _ S T –

T I M _ R

Judi was the FIRST-TIMER who solved:

Judi Sausen (Torrington, CT & Boynton Beach)
Danielle Atwood (Bryant, AR): Univ. of Central Arkansas student in biology & history who hoped to go to med school
Brandon Kelly (Baton Rouge): Business development officer & screenplay writer

$2K T-U: Things

T W I _ T S / &

_ U _ N S

There are TWISTS & TURNS around here & Brandon got those.

1st Trip Offered: Sandals Negril Beach Resort & Spa ($7.5K)
GT: Beachstore.com

R1: Phrase

Judi spun the WC but D stood for dud. Danielle would spin it as well & pick it up w/ an L.

_ _ S _ T / _ _ R

_ F F _ _ _ A L

_ E _ S _ T E

Judi said “VISIT OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE” & tripled her first $1K.
DUDS: N (Brandon), D (Judi), P (Danielle) & M (Brandon)

IHOP JR: B&A

Judi began calling a T trio for the FS & an H pair for the Jamaica vacation. The FS went away after she dudded w/ R; later she said N for no.

T H E / M _ D A S

T O _ C H

_ O O T _ A L L

Brandon caught THE MIDAS TOUCH FOOTBALL & had $1900 added to his part of the scoreboard.
DUDS (both by Judi): R&N
INSTANT LaT: Danielle
LEFT BEHIND IN JACKPOT: $9200

meineke Mystery/PP Rd.: Place

Danielle spun $3.5K & called three N’s; she took that opportunity to cash in her WC, but L meant loss & she might’ve lost out on $12,550. Brandon flipped over the MW next to the MDW after an S call…$10K was there. But buying O was a failure; a total of $11,700 was at risk for him.

M _ _ N _ _ _ C E N T

C _ R _ _ _ E _ N

_ _ R _ _ _ S E

Judi won the right to get away from CT & go to this MAGNIFICENT CARIBBEAN PARADISE, Beaches Turks & Caicos.
DUDS: L (Danielle) & O (Brandon)

CS:

Brandon: $3900/Judi: $13K in $ & vacay

$3K T-U: O

P _ _ _ E S _ _ O N A L

B U T _ _ _

A PROFESSIONAL BUTLER had another three large ready for Judi.

S-U: LTs
FS: $1600

C _ _ R P _ N G

P _ R _ K _ _ T S

Judi heard those CHIRPING PARAKEETS & $6400 additional belonged to her bank account.
DUDS (both by Danielle): L&M

BR: She ended on the M of GAME.

C: Phrase

_ _ T S _ _ E

T _ E / _ _ _

RSTLNE/DFMI

_ _ T S I D E

T _ E / _ _ _

Did she think OUTSIDE THE BOX…yes for the Audi TT Roadster worth $40,300 & her total in $ & prizing was $62,700.

G1:
Playing W/ Amber & Melissa: Ashley (Jeri- KOTA)
Playing W/ Matt & Willie: Danielle (Cindy- MORE 27)

R1:
Turn #1 Answers (Amber v. Matt): SEEK, GOD, JULY, QUENTIN TARANTINO & RICE
Bid (opening bid’s 22): 9 (Amber)- ON THE BOARD FIRST
Turn #2 Answers: ROME, MOVIE THEATER, FORD, COSTUME & LUNG
Bid (opening bid’s 23): 11 (Danielle)- WENT BACK & GOT THE FIRST TWO

CP: Cuisinart kitchenware

Turn #3 Answers: PIG, GEM, DISNEYLAND, CLEAVAGE & HUGH JACKMAN
Bid (opening bid’s 22): 9 (Willie)- TEAM MISSES GEM

R2:
1st Answers: MOTHER (Ashley), BOUNCER (Danielle) & GARDEN GNOME
2nd Answers: DIARY (Ashley), WIDOW (Danielle) & LINT ROLLER
3rd Answers: SPRINKLER (Ashley), KNIT (Danielle) & CUSTOM
4th Answers: INFLATE, “GODZILLA” (Danielle) & MUFFIN TOP (Ashley)
Last Answers: KANYE (Danielle), KIDNEY & KHAKI (Ashley)

Danielle: GOT ‘EM ALL (3.5K)
Ashley: W

MR: PIE, DAUGHTER, COCKROACH, MOUTH, BORROW, LAND, THANK, OPEN, BROADWAY & MAKEUP (Divi Carina Bay)

G2:
Playing W/ Raven-Symone & Jaleel: Te’auna (Jason- FOX5)
Playing W/ Mary & Russell: Carolyn (Yvonne- KUTP)

R1:
Turn #1 Answers (girls): STAND, ZIPLOC, FRIGHTENED, CHAT & ACADEMY
Bid (opening bid’s 21): 14 (Mary)- JUST IN TIME
Turn #2 Answers: SWAN, MARKET, CANOE, BLOCK & HURDLE
Bid (opening bid’s 24): 15 (Carolyn)- SUCCESS AGAIN FOR THIS TEAM

CP: demeyere kitchenware

Turn #3 Answers: INJURY, GUINEA PIG, MAZDA, BRAT & UP
Bid (opening bid’s 23): 15 (Jaleel)- NONE OF ‘EM

R2:
1st Answers: THIRST, BRITNEY SPEARS (Te’auna) & VANITY (Carolyn)
2nd Answers: HAPPINESS (Carolyn), YOUTH (Te’auna) & EQUATION
3rd Answers: LEI (Te’auna), SONY (Carolyn) & INTERRUPT
4th Answers: CORN, MONTANA (Te’auna) & OVER EASY (Carolyn)
Last Answers: JEWELRY (Carolyn), INTERNATIONAL (Te’auna) & TRAUMATIC

Te’auna: SWEEP (3250)
Carolyn: W AFTER RETURNING TO SONY

MR:
SMALLEST: BIGGEST OPPOSITE- $
FOUND: LOST &- $
OFFICER: POLICE- $
SKYSCRAPER: TALL BUILDING- $
CHEERIOS: HONEY NUT- $
SIGNAL: TRAFFIC TURN- $
BIRTH: SWITCHED AT- $
FOUR: TWO THREE- $
DISAPPEAR: VANISH- $
VODKA: RUSSIAN LIQUOR- W

FF: Kimberly Warburton, Mary Ann Mills, Brenda Jackson & Daniel Hochman
IUFB #1: Pair of train sets (Tami at #2)

DANIEL: 450/MARY ANN: 780/BRENDA: 800/KIMBERLY: 801

Kimberly might’ve driven under the Phoenix sun in the Pontiac Solstice (R) after playing L$.
2nd: 5- $6 LEFT (6)
3rd: 6- $1 LEFT (1)
4th: 5 (4)

5. John Davison
IUFB #2: 13pc cooking.com cookware + Sunsweet PlumSmart (T in Clam)

Daniel: 427/Mary Ann: 920/Brenda: 750/JOHN: 825

It was Daniel’s day to play PL!NKO.

SPs (R):
Remote control (45): 5
NFL trivia game (21): 2
Foot spa (95): 5

Chef Pepin toaster oven (30): 0

#1 & #4: 0 (L)
#2: 500 (R)
#3: 10K

6. Arielle Moyal
IUFB #3: Ashley desk/chair (T at RS)

ARIELLE: 600/Mary Ann: 750/Brenda: 675/John: 1

John of San Diego was playing Make Your Mark for a Corsican daybed + Loving Care (R), the NASCAR pinball machine (L) & the BULL Power-Q island.
Prices Avail.: $5311, $2399, $3806 & $4595
G: $3806, $4595 & $2399- DAYBED ($2399) & BBQ ISLAND REVEALED CORRECT FIRST
W + $500

SCSD #1:
Kimberly: 15 + 85 = $1K (BS: QUARTER)
Daniel ($11,240): $1K (BS: .9)
John ($11,798): T.Q. + 90

7. Dorita Minos
IUFB #4: 3-in-1 bumper pool table (L&T at SS)

Arielle: 700/Mary Ann: 1K/Brenda: 1/DORITA: 675

The value of the Cedrus infrared sauna was shown there on Double Prices; all Brenda had to do was choose it.
DP: $4204 & $5995
W

8. Lisa Chu-Dietze
IUFB #5: Sunset Swing (R&T at #2)

Arielle: 600/Mary Ann: 601/LISA: 475/Dorita: 500

Mary Ann had the shot at the Caliber playing the MG.

(50)(36)(90)
(72)(16)(17)
(10)(15)(85)

17: $
16: $
15: FRONT (156__)
85: $
FP: 10- W

WHO THEY CHOSE LAST: Edward Ball (WV)
LAST IUFB: Morrow snowboarding equip. (T in front of #2)

Arielle: 1201/EDWARD: 875/Lisa: 800/Dorita: 1200

ALL-OVERBID

Arielle: 601/Edward: 499/Lisa: 550/Dorita: 625

Dorita saw Rachel at the Grocery Game register & the fact she was playing for a Best Home Furnishings L.R. (L at #2) worth $3,365.
I: V8, Hot Pockets, CLOROX, Sunsweet Ones & Hunt’s tomato sauce
Hot Pockets: X8 = 19.92
Tomato sauce: ONE + $19.92 = 20.44

SCSD #2:
Dorita ($4,130): .55
Brenda ($6,595): .65
Mary Ann ($18,023): 55 + 35 = .9

DANIEL’S STELLA JOBS: INVENTOR OF THE iPRIZE SHOWCASE:
#2- Stainless-steel gas range (R)
#1- Trip to Millennium Hotel Anchorage (L)
#2- Ford Fusion (R)

BID ON TRIP/CAR SHOWCASE: $22.5K (ARP: $23,666)

MARY ANN’S SHOWCASE:
#3- AICO D.R. + Noritake dinnerware & YAMAHA upright piano (L)
#1- Venture Lite (T)

BID ON RM./SNOWMOBILE SHOWCASE: $25K (ARP: $23,218)