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22nd Nov '17 11:10:40 AM ZombieAladdin
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* November 21st, 2017: _ TR__ __NT_____N (A TRUE GENTLEMAN). Helped by one of the other contestants incorrectly guessing "A REAL GENTLEMAN" after just the N's.
21st Nov '17 4:14:24 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering $54,420. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at $92,770! This, after the previous week saw ''two'' hideous failures to win the $100,000.

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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering $54,420. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at $92,770! This, after the previous week saw ''two'' hideous failures to win the $100,000.$100,000 and an absolutely lousy November 17th Friday closer.
21st Nov '17 4:13:19 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering $54,420. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at $92,770!

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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering $54,420. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at $92,770!$92,770! This, after the previous week saw ''two'' hideous failures to win the $100,000.
21st Nov '17 4:12:20 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420.''' He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at '''''$92,770!'''''

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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420.''' $54,420. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at '''''$92,770!'''''$92,770!
21st Nov '17 4:09:46 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420.''' He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!''

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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve Meyer ends up double dipping the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420.''' He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!''''Mercedes!'' It's worth $38,350, causing him to become the 35th seasonís high-water mark at '''''$92,770!'''''
21st Nov '17 4:06:28 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve ends up double dipping a $3,500 space with the Wild Card and racks up over $21,000 in one round, ''then'' lands on the $5,000 space in the following round ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420'''. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' ''Mercedes!''

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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve ends up double dipping a the $3,500 space with the Wild Card and solves the puzzle, which also happens to be the night's Prize Puzzle- he racks up over $21,000 in one round, ''then'' round. ''Then'' Steve lands on the $5,000 space in the following round and solves ''that'' puzzle for another massive stack of cash ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420'''. '''$54,420.''' He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' red ''Mercedes!''
21st Nov '17 4:04:08 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 20, 2017: Contestant Steve ends up double dipping a $3,500 space with the Wild Card and racks up over $21,000 in one round, ''then'' lands on the $5,000 space in the following round ''and'' snags an additional $3,000 solving the final round puzzle, going to the Bonus Round with a staggering '''$54,420'''. He then solves the Bonus Round puzzle with pathetic ease to the point where Pat Sajak doesn't even try to build up the suspense... and wins a freakin' ''Mercedes!''
13th Oct '17 9:37:49 PM KoopaKid17
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* Late 1970s: A contestant solves the first two puzzles but puts all his earnings on account. These move later pay off as he is able to buy one of the new cars on stage and a slew of other prizes.

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* Late 1970s: A contestant solves the first two puzzles but puts all his earnings on account. These move moves later pay off as he is able to buy one of the new cars on stage and a slew of other prizes.
11th Oct '17 8:20:07 PM KoopaKid17
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* Late 1970s: A contestant solves the first two puzzles but puts all his earnings on account. These move later pay off as he is able to buy one of the new cars on stage and a slew of other prizes.
3rd Oct '17 12:21:09 PM Twentington
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** September 28, 2017: Contestant Mike solves PIZZA PARLOR right on the buzzer. The judges had to step in to investigate... [[spoiler: and declared him a winner of $35,000.]]

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** * September 28, 2017: Contestant Mike solves PIZZA PARLOR right on the buzzer. The judges had to step in to investigate... [[spoiler: and declared him a winner of $35,000.]]
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