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Tuesday, November 14, 2000
The Price Is Right: CBS's interruption for news coverage in the commercial break immediately before Bob Barker announced the final Showcase bids left viewers steaming.
GSCC will post the final results on Wednesday's scoreboard after viewing the tape of Tuesday's West Coast CBS feed.
Hollywood Squares: This week of aspiring Broadway stars continued with off-Broadway actor David Firze getting some money and a car to tide him over.
Firze agreed with Bruce Vilanch's answer of Stephen Sondheim as the composer who has won more Tony Awards than any other.
Firze won a BMW Roadster and cash and prize winnings totaling $42,337.
History IQ: Champion Cheryl appeared as if she were going to nail the $25,000 jackpot but tailed off in the second half of Timeline IQ.
She managed six correct answers from the decade of 1964-73, including Nixon elected (1968), Woodstock (1969) and Munich Olympics (1972).
Cheryl's $3,000 left her with a day's total of $4,350.
Supermarket Sweep: If David Ruprecht could have provided a little Slim Fast to Celia and Elaine, they may have moved fast enough to win the Supersweep.
Out of breath after finding their first prize, they were on the right aisle but could not zip along quickly enough to find 9 Lives cat food. The pair won $1,447.
Randy West Line of the Day: Hey, check out that bonus in Elaine's cart. It's a dog. Good thing he's stuffed because of all the cheese she's stacking on him. OUCH! Or should that be BARK?"
Wheel of Fortune: If the contestant had been one-time television general manager Mitchell Saieed, the bonus puzzle would have been a no-brainer: it's Mitch's favorite food.
However, Tim Wheatley found he did not have enough revealed. The puzzle: POACHED EGGS.
Wheatley still had a profitable day, taking home $24,150.
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