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Thursday, November 16, 2000
The Price Is Right: Lou Johnson "came on down" about halfway through the show and "went on out" with a Showcase.
On a day when the wheel was hot for two $5,000 winners. Johnson made the better of two distant bids on a showcase which included a car.
Her final winnings were $29,217.
Hollywood Squares: Kristen Ludwig is our kind of contestant. She's a Rockette.
The aspiring Broadway actress and native of Kernersville, N.C., rolled to victory in Salute to Broadway week with $11,000 in cash and prizes.
She won a Cartier's gift certificate when she agreed with Bruce Vilanch's bonus answer of Eugene O'Neill as the author who has won the most Pulitzer Prizes.
History IQ: Champion John (could his last name be Smith?) won the biggest total yet in the regular match with $2,000.
He negotiated eight correct answers in his Timeline IQ in a tough decade of 1905-14. Among his alignments: Potemkin mutiny (1905) and Taft wins election (1908).
His $4,000 bonus winnings gave him a total of $6,000.
Supermarket Sweep: On Second Chance Day, previous winners Craig and Stacey found their final Supersweep item a shade too late.
With two seconds left, they discovered they were looking for Sylvania light bulbs but had no chance of getting to them. Their $1,925 winnings gave them a two-show total of $3,239.
Randy West Lines of the Day: 1. Kimberly hopes to GAIN the lead with either a $50 or $100 bonus on a boxtop of Gain detergent." 2. "Maybe Kimberly caught the scent of success with these bottles of perfume."
Wheel of Fortune: Traditional formula for game show success: a veteran serviceman with a winning personality.
Sgt. 1st Class Calvin Cooper had his way Thursday but could not nail down the final puzzle of VOTING BOOTH.
Cooper had a decent day, nonetheless, taking home $32,010 in cash and prizes.
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