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Total TGSF Dollars given away:
$1,293,000 TGSF Dollars
Gene Wood> This is our champion, gameshowsteve. So far, he has won $102,600. If he plays his cards right, he can win $1,000,000 TGSF Dollars!!!!
[Applause, CS ’86 theme starts]
Live, from the TGSF Studio Center, it’s.The Millionaire's Night Marathon!!!! And here’s the host of Millionaire's Night Marathon, Robert Searcy!!!!!
[Bob comes out from door surrounded by Nighttime TPIR-esque lights, audience seen on camera]
> Hey! Welcome to the big night. This is what we’ve all waited for. I’ve got $1 million back here, and who will get it? Let’s find out. So far, gameshowsteve is in the studio, while Oy, a regular player here, is operating one of the cameras.
[Oy seen on screen, sitting on crane]
> Well, steve, you are a great player so far!
<gameshowsteve> Thank you and hello
> We wish you luck, so let’s begin!
> We used to have a 5 or more player rule, but that’s what delayed our broadcast til tonight, so the rule is no more.
> We'll go ahead with the 1st game.
> Fortunately, it's a game that can be played by 1 person.
> It's 10-Across.
> Do you know how to play?
<gameshowsteve> Can you refresh my memory?
> Well, the object is to correctly predict 10 cards without making 3 mistakes. If you mess up, you have to recall the card. Jokers take away 1 mistake.
<gameshowsteve> Okay, I've got it now
> Call 10 cards correctly and you'll win $5,000 TGSF Dollars.
> If you call 10 in a row without making a mistake, you'll win $10,000 TGSF Dollars.
<gameshowsteve> Ooh
> You can't change cards, and doubles are incorrect answers.
> Your base card is...
> a 10
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> an 8  9 to go
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 3   8 to go
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher....
> an 8  7 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> an Ace!  6 to go
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> another Ace!  1st strike
> call it off the Ace again
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> an 8  5 to go  with 1 strike
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 2!  4 to go, 1 strike
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> another 2!  2nd strike
> 1 more strike and the game is over
> call it off the 2 again
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> a Joker!  You now only have 1 strike.
> call it off the 2 again
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> a 7  3 to go, 1 strike
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a 2!  2nd strike
> again, 1 more strike and the game is over
> call off the 7
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 5!  3 strikes!  The game is over!
[TPIR horns sound]
> You called 7 cards correctly. I'll give you $100 TGSF Dollars per correct answer. You have $700
<gameshowsteve> Good!
> We'll take a commercial break, and we'll be back after these words.
[CS ’86 theme plays]
[Cold fade back into program]
> Before we go on, you might be familiar with the site owned by our associate producer, Ben Schumin….
[applause, Ben shown on screen]
It’s called The Schumin Web, it’s at www.schuminweb.com, so check it out! Oy, I heard you love the fire alarm collection.
[Audience laughs as Oy nods yes from the camera crane]
Pay attention to the camera!!! You nearly cut me out of the shot! Just kidding…
> It's only 6:16.  Card Sharks starts at 6:30.  So I'll let you play another game of 10-Across.
> We'll play off the same deck.
> The cards will be the next cards off the top of the deck.
> Your base card is...
> a 4
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> a 10   9 to go
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 7  8 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 2   1st strike
> call of the 7 again
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 10  7 to go
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 5  6 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 3   2nd strike
> call off the 5 again
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher..
> a Queen  5 to go
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> a 6   4 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> another 6!  3rd strike!  The game is over!
[TPIR horns sound]
> 6 correct answers.  You get another $600
<gameshowsteve> Racking it up slowly but surely
> Well, that's all for 10-Across.  We'll be back in a few minutes to play Card Sharks.
[CS ‘86 theme playing]
> Steve, since there aren't any more players here right now, I'll let you play a quick game.
> We'll play Card Sharks with the whole deck.  Call them hi/low.  All correct answers are worth $100.
> Your 1st card is....
> a 3
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> a 5
> $100
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> an 8  $200
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> an Ace  $300
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> a 4  $400
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> a 3
<gameshowsteve> higher
> we'll play until the deck runs out
> higher...
> a Jack  $500
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 9  $600
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 2  $700
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher....
> a King  $800
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> a 6  $900
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 10  $1000
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 6  $1100
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> an Ace  $1200
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower..
> a 10  $1300
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 2  $1400
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> a 4  $1500
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 3
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher..
> a Queen  $1600
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 4  $1700
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 2
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a Queen  $1800
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a Jack  $1900
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 4  $2000
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher...
> an Ace  $2100
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> a King  $2200
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> a 7  $2300
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> an 8  $2400
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a Jack  $2500
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 5  $2600
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> an Ace  $2700
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower....
> a 7  $2800
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a 9  $2900
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower.....
> a Jack
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower....
> a 5  $3000
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> another 5
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a 10  $3100
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 6  $3200
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a Queen  $3300
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> an 8  $3400
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 9  $3500
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 10
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a King
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower....
> a 6  $3600
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a 2
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a King  $3700
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower...
> a 3  $3800
<gameshowsteve> Higher!
> higher....
> a 9  $3900
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower....
> a 7  $4000
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a Queen  $4100
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower....
> an 8  $4200
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> final card
> lower...
> a 7  $4300
> hang on
> since you reached $4000, I will multiply that $4300 times 4!
That means you win $17200!!!
[Applause as Chyron flashes $17,200]
<gameshowsteve> Great!
> Added to the $1300 you won earlier, you've won $18,500 tonight.
> If we were going by the schedule, it would be 5 minutes past time for the 1st intermission
> We'll be back in a few minutes (no, this isn't an intermission)
[CS ’86 theme plays]
[Millionaire goes to dressing room, Gene Wood warms up the folks]
> welcome back steve
> welcome jeremy
<jeremy> Hi
> I'm sort of waiting for GameShows to get back, but you and Steve can play a game while we wait.
<jeremy> ok
> Which one do you want to play: Super Bid-A-Card (with a possible $189,000 payoff if you win all the rounds) or Super Card Sharks (with a possible $200,000 payoff in the Money Cards)?
<jeremy> Super Card Sharks
> Note:  It's not the big money game (it's worth $1M)
> Steve, is Super CS ok?
<gameshowsteve> fine with me
> ok
> To decide control, I'm going to roll a die, one person guesses what the die will be, and the other person will say higher or lower
> Steve will play the red cards, jeremy will play the blue cards
<jeremy> ok
> Steve, what do you think the die will be (1-6)
<gameshowsteve> 4
<jeremy> Higher
> the die is...
> 5!  Jeremy has control
<jeremy> Woo!
> Jeremy, your base card is...
> a 6
<jeremy> Can I change it?
> yes
<jeremy> CHANGE IT!
> the 6 becomes....
> a King
<jeremy> Lower
> lower...
> an Ace!  no!
<jeremy> NOOOOOOOO :(
> Steve gets a free chance at....
> a Jack
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> another Jack! no!
<jeremy> Lower
> Hang on jeremy.
> You guessed wrong, and Steve got his free chance
> Jeremy, what is the die going to be?
<jeremy> 2
> Steve, higher or lower?
<gameshowsteve> higher
> the die is...
> 1!  Jeremy has control!
> Jeremy, you have the King
<jeremy> lower
> lower...
> a 2!
<jeremy> higher
> higher....
> a 10
<jeremy> lower
> lower...
> a 6
<jeremy> lower
> to win the round, lower than a 6....
> a 2!  Jeremy wins round 1
<jeremy> Yes
> Unbelievable going lower than a 6, but it paid off.
> Jeremy wins round 1 and $5,000!
<jeremy> Yay! :-) :-D
> Jeremy, what is the die?
<jeremy> 3
> by the way, this round is worth $10,000.  1st person to win 2 rounds goes to the Money Cards
> Steve, higher or lower?
<gameshowsteve> higher
> the die is....
> 3!  [CS ’86 on the nose bell, Chyron flashes $5,000] Jeremy, for guessing the die on the nose, you get another $5,000! Here we go! [Audience counts money along with Millionaire] $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, $5,000!!! [Applause]
> Jeremy has control with an exact guess!
> Jeremy, your base card is...
> a 4
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> a 3!  no!
<jeremy> oh
> Steve gets a free chance at....
> a 6
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> a Jack
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a King!  no!
<gameshowsteve> [shakes head in disbelief]
> Steve, what's the die?
<gameshowsteve> 4
> Jeremy, higher or lower?
<jeremy> higher
> the die is...
> 6!  Jeremy has control!
> Jeremy, you have the 4
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> a 9
<jeremy> lower
> going to go for it, lower than the 9....
> a 3!
<jeremy> higher
> higher....
> a Queen!
<jeremy> lower
> to win another $10,000 and to go to the Money Cards for a chance at another $200,000, lower than the Queen....
> a 4!  Jeremy wins the game!!!!
<jeremy> Yes!
<gameshowsteve> [walks off the stage, mumbling]
> don't worry Steve, you'll be back later for the Super Big Money Game for $1M
> Jeremy, it's time for the Money Cards, where you can win $200,000!
> We will start you off with $1,000 and give you 3 cards.
> On the 2nd row, we will give you another $2,000 and 3 more cards.
<jeremy> ok
> When you get to the 3rd row, we'll give you another $20,000. That final card is important. It is also the Big Bet, where you must bet at least 1/2 of your money.
<jeremy> ok
> Minimum bets are $250, and you may change the card at the beginning of each row.
<jeremy> ok
> Jeremy, you have $1000 and...
> an 8
<jeremy> change it
> the 8 becomes...
> a 3
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $1000 higher...
> a 10  $2000
<jeremy> 500 lower
> also I want to remind you that doubles are pushes
> $500 lower than the 10...
> an 8  $2500
<jeremy> 250 lower
> $250 lower...
> a 4  $2750
> We move up the 4 and give you another $2000
<jeremy> 2500 higher
> You have $4750 and a 4
> $2500 higher...
> a 9  $7250
<jeremy> 500 higher
> $500 higher....
> a Jack  $6750
> one more card on the 2nd row
<jeremy> 6000 lower
> $6000 riding on the turn of this card.  lower than the Jack...
> a 3!  $12750
> We move up the 3 and give you another $20000
> You have $32750 and a 3.  What's your big bet?
<jeremy> all of it higher
> For $65,500, higher than the 3?!!!!!!
> a 5!!!!!!  $65,500!!!!!!!!
<jeremy> Whew!
> Jeremy, with that $65500, that gives you a total so far tonight, $85500!!!
> We'll be back after these messages.
[CS ‘86 theme plays]
> We are back.  The next game is Super Bid-A-Card.
> Do both of you know how to play Bid-A-Card?
<jeremy> no
> It's the same rules, but the payoffs are bigger.
<jeremy> oh
> So you know how to play, Jeremy?
<jeremy> Yeah!
> Ok, let's play Super Bid-A-Card!
[set darkens]
> The 1st round is worth $3,000.  Steve, you will start the bidding.  Minimum bid is 3 cards.
<gameshowsteve> 3 cards.
> Jeremy?
<jeremy> Yeah!
> raise bid or force Steve to play?
<jeremy> force
> Force Steve to call 3 cards correctly?
<jeremy> Yeah!
> ok
> Steve, you must get 3 correct answers or Jeremy gets $3,000
> You can't change cards.
> Doubles are incorrect answers.
> Your base card is...
> a 7
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 6!  Jeremy wins $3,000!
<jeremy> thanks steve
<gameshowsteve> any time
> The 2nd round is worth $6,000.  Steve, you'll start.  Minimum bid is 4 cards.
<gameshowsteve> I'll bid 4.
> Jeremy?
<jeremy> yeah?
> raise bid or force Steve to call 4 cards?
<jeremy> raise the bid
> to how many cards?
<jeremy> 5
> Steve?
<gameshowsteve> Play those cards!!!
> Jeremy, you must call 5 cards correctly or Steve gets $6,000
> Jeremy, you have a 4.
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> a 10  4 to go
<jeremy> lower
> lower....
> a 2  3 to go
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> a 5  2 to go
<jeremy> higher
> higher....
> a 4!  Steve gets $6,000!
<gameshowsteve> All right!!!
> Jeremy, you'll start the 3rd round.  The 3rd round is worth $12,000.  Minimum bid is 5 cards.
<jeremy> ok
> What's your bid?
<jeremy> 5
> Steve?
<gameshowsteve> Play those cards!
> Jeremy, you must call 5 cards correctly or Steve gets another $12,000
> Your base card is...
> a 6
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> an 8  4 to go
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> a Jack  3 to go
<jeremy> lower
> lower....
> a King!  Steve gets another $12,000
<gameshowsteve> Yes!
> The 4th round is worth $24,000.  Jeremy, you'll start this round.  Minimum bid is 6 cards.
> Jeremy, what's your bid?
<jeremy> 6
> Steve?
<gameshowsteve> Play those cards!
> Jeremy, 6 correct answers or Steve gets $24,000
> Your base card is...
> a 10
<jeremy> lower
> lower....
> an 8  5 to go
<jeremy> lower
> lower...
> a 3  4 to go
<jeremy> higher
> higher...
> an Ace  3 to go
<jeremy> lower
> lower...
> a 9  2 to go
<jeremy> lower
> lower...
> a 4  1 to go for $24,000
<jeremy> higher
> For $24,000, higher than the 4?!!!
> a 9!  Jeremy wins $24,000!!!!
<jeremy> finally
> The 5th round is worth $48,000.  Steve, you'll start.  Minimum bid is 7 cards.
<gameshowsteve> I can call seven cards.
> Jeremy, raise bid or force Steve to play?
<jeremy> play those cards
> Steve, 7 correct answers or Jeremy gets another $48000.
> Your base card is...
> a Jack
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower....
> a 3  6 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher....
> an 8  5 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a King  4 to go
<gameshowsteve> Lower!
> lower....
> a Jack  3 to go
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower...
> a 9  2 to go
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower....
> an Ace!  Jeremy gets another $48000!!
<jeremy> yes!
> The final round is worth...
> $96,000!!!
[canned NBC OOH!!!!]
> Steve, you'll start the final round.  Minimum bid is 8 cards.
<gameshowsteve> 8
> Jeremy, raise bid or force Steve to play?
<jeremy> play those cards
> Steve, if you call 8 cards correctly, you win $96,000.
> If you make a mistake, Jeremy wins $96,000
> Steve, your base card is....
> a Jack
<gameshowsteve> lower
> lower....
> a 7   7 to go
<gameshowsteve> higher
> higher...
> a 4!!  Jeremy gets $96000!!!!
<jeremy> this is too easy
<gameshowsteve> indeed it is
> Jeremy, in Super Bid-A-Card, you racked up $171,000!!
> Steve, you racked up $18,000!!
> Jeremy, your total so far is....
> $191,000
> Steve, your total is...
> $40,800
> But in a few minutes, we will play the Super Big Money Game, where someone is going to walk out of here with...
> $1,000,000 TGSF Dollars!
> Don't go away, because it's next.
[CS ‘86 theme plays, control room action]
Marc Breslow> Big game comin’ up, let’s make it look good, and fade ‘er out, Ray!
[Cold fade]
> We are back.
> This is the event that everyone has been waiting for.
> Here's the question:
> Gene Wood, in a few moments from now, what could someone walk away with?
[Grand Game theme]
Gene Wood> In just a few moments, someone could walk away with $1,000,000 in TGSF Dollars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[NBC OOH, audience applauds loudly, strobes go off]
> Yes, that is what the grand prize is tonight.
> Everyone has been asking "What is the game going to be?"
> I'm going to tell you.
> It will be:
[drumroll]
> The Money Cards Game!!
> Jeremy will play the red cards.
> Steve will play the blue cards.
> Men, to your podiums!!!!!!
[Trump Card contestant intro music plays]
[set darkens and dealers deal out 24K gold playing cards]
> Jeremy will start.
<jeremy> ok
> The Money Cards will be played like the Perry version.
<jeremy> no pushes:(
> Doubles are pushes.
<jeremy> ok
> For the people tuning in for the 1st time, each person plays 1 round of the Money Cards.
> After both players have played 1 round, the person who won the most money gets 1 point.
> The 1st person to get to 3 points....
> will win $1,000,000!!!!!!!
> Here is a special rule, just for tonight.
> In order to get the 3rd point, not only must you win the most money, but you must have at least 10,000.
<jeremy> ok
> If you have at least 10,000 and you have the most money, then you can score the 3rd point worth $1,000,000
> Jeremy, are you ready?
<jeremy> yes
> Steve, are you ready?
<gameshowsteve> yes
> Then let's play.
> <set darkens even more>
> Jeremy, you have $200 and....
> a 5
<jeremy> 150 higher
> $150 higher...
> a 10  $350
<jeremy> 300 lower
> Jeremy, you know that the special rule only applies when you have 2 pts. and you are trying to get your 3rd point, don't you?
<jeremy> yes?
> Still $300 lower?
<jeremy> yeah
> $300 lower...
> a Queen  $50
<jeremy> all of it lower
> $50 lower...
> a 5  $100
> We move up the 5 and give you another $200
<jeremy> all higher
> You have $300 and a 5
> $300 higher...
> a Queen  $600
<jeremy> all of it lower
> $600 lower...
> an 8  $1200
<jeremy> :( 200 lower
> $200 lower...
> a 10  $1000
<jeremy> all of it lower
> We move up the 10.   You have $1000 and a 10.  What's your big bet?
> All of it on a 10?
<jeremy> yes
> For $2000, lower than the 10?!
> a 7!!!!  $2000!!!!
> Steve, it's your turn.
> But, before we play your round, it's time to take a commercial break.
> We'll be back after these messages.
[CS ‘86 theme playing]
[cold fade]
> We are back.
> Steve, it's your turn.  You must beat $2000
> Steve, you have $200 and...
> a 6
<gameshowsteve> Change it, please
> the 6 becomes....
> a 2!
<gameshowsteve> $200, higher!
> $200 higher...
> a King  $400
<gameshowsteve> $400, lower
> $400 lower...
> another King   a push  $400
<gameshowsteve> All of it, lower
> $400 lower....
> a 6  $800
> We move the 6 up and give you another $200
<gameshowsteve> Change it, please
> You have $1000 and a 6.
> the 6 becomes....
> a 3
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher
> $1000 higher....
> an Ace!  $2000
<gameshowsteve> $2000, lower!!!
> $2000 lower....
> a 4  $4000
<gameshowsteve> $500, higher
> $500 higher...
> a King  $4500
> We move up the King to the Big Bet.  You have $4500 and a King.  What's your big bet?
<gameshowsteve> $2450, lower!!!
> With those words, you've won your 1st point.  But for $6950, lower than the King?!!!
> a 7!  $6950 and your 1st point!!!
<gameshowsteve> Yes!
> Steve is winning 1-0
> Steve needs only 2 more points for $1,000,000.
> Jeremy, since you lost the last round, you get to start
> Jeremy, you have $200 and...
> a 6
<jeremy> change it
> the 6 becomes....
> a 2
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $200 higher....
> a 3  $400
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $400 higher...
> an Ace!  $400
> oops
> $800
<jeremy> all of it lower
> $800 lower.....
> a 6  $1600
> We move up the 6 and give you another $200
> You have $1800 and a 6.
<jeremy> change it
> The 6 becomes
> a King
<jeremy> all of it lower
> $1800 lower....
> a 9   $3600
<jeremy> 600 higher
> $600 higher...
> another 9  a push   $3600
> 1 more card on the 2nd row
<jeremy> 600 higher
> $600 higher...
> a 4  $3000
<jeremy> all of it higher
> We move up the 4.  You have $3000 and a 4
> For $6,000, higher than the 4??!!!!
> a 9!!!  $6000!!!!
> Steve, you must beat $6000 to get your 2nd point
> Steve, you have $200 and...
> a 3
<gameshowsteve> $200, higher
> $200 higher...
> an Ace!  $400
<gameshowsteve> $400, lower!
> $400 lower....
> a 5  $800
<gameshowsteve> $400, higher
> $400 higher...
> a 6  $1200
> We move up the 6 and give you another $200
<gameshowsteve> Change it, please
> You have $1400 and a 6
> the 6 becomes a 5
<gameshowsteve> $400, higher
> $400 higher....
> a 4  $1000
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher
> $1000 higher...
> a 5   $2000
<gameshowsteve> $2000, higher
> $2000 higher...
> a 9  $4000
> We move up the 9.  You have $4000 and a 9.
<gameshowsteve> Change that card!!!
> the 9 becomes...
> a 10
<gameshowsteve> $2500, lower
> You have $4000 and a 10
> For $6500 and your 2nd point, lower than the 10??!!!!
> a Jack!!! No!!!! Jeremy gets his 1st point!!!!
> It's tied  1-1
> Steve, since you lost the last round, you start this round.
> You have $200 and...
> an 8
<gameshowsteve> Change it, please
> the 8 becomes.....
> a Queen
<gameshowsteve> $200, lower
> $200 lower...
> a 7   $400
<gameshowsteve> $50, higher
> $50 higher...
> a Queen   $450
<gameshowsteve> All of it, lower
> $450 lower....
> a 3  $900
> we move up the 3 and give you another $200
> You have $1100 and a 3
<gameshowsteve> $1000, higher
> $1000 higher...
> a 10  $2100
<gameshowsteve> $100, lower
> $100 lower...
> an 8  $2200
<gameshowsteve> $100, lower
> $100 lower...
> a 2!  $2300
> We move up the 2!
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher!!!
> For $4600, higher than the 2??!!!!!!
> a Queen!!!  $4600!!!
> Jeremy, we'll start your turn after these words.
[CS ‘86 theme playing]
[Cold fade]
> We are back.
> Jeremy, it's your turn.
> Jeremy, you have $200 and ...
> an 8
<jeremy> change it
> the 8 becomes.....
> a King!
<jeremy> 200 lower
> $200 lower....
> an Ace!  It's not possible to beat $4600, so Steve wins his 2nd point!!!
<gameshowsteve> Yes!!!
<jeremy> ok
> Steve, if you get at least $10,000 and you have the most money this round, you will win $1,000,000
> Steve, since you have 2 points, you will start.
> Steve, you have $200 and....
> an 8
<gameshowsteve> Change it, please
> the 8 becomes....
> a 7
<gameshowsteve> $50, higher
> $50 higher...
> a 4  $150
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher
> $150 higher....
> a 6  $300
<gameshowsteve> $250, higher
> $250 higher...
> a Queen  $550
> we move up the Queen and give you another $200
> You have $750 and a Queen
<gameshowsteve> All of it, lower
> $750 lower...
> a 5  $1500
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher
> $1500 higher...
> a Jack   $3000
<gameshowsteve> $3000, lower
> $3000 lower.....
> an Ace!!!! You've busted!!
[TPIR horns]
<gameshowsteve> Shoot!
> Jeremy, if you have at least $1 after the Big Bet, you'll get your 2nd point.
<jeremy> ok
> Jeremy, you have $200 and....
> a 7
<jeremy> change it
> the 7 becomes....
> a 2
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $200 higher....
> a Queen  $400
<jeremy> all of it lower
> $400 lower....
> a 5  $800
<jeremy> 750 higher
> $750 higher...
> a 2   $50
> We move up the 2 and give you another $200
> $250 and a 2
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $250 higher....
> a 10   $500
<jeremy> 500 lower
> $500 lower...
> a 4  $1000
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $1000 higher...
> a 10   $2000
<jeremy> all of it lower
> We move up the 10.
> All of it on a 10?
> You have to beat $0 to win your 2nd point.
<jeremy> no 1950 lower
> With those words, you've won your 2nd point, but for $3950, lower than the 10?!
> a Queen!  No!!  But with $50, you win your 2nd point!!!
> Ladies and gentlemen, we have a tie.
> 2-2
> Remember, in order to get the 3rd point, you must win at least $10,000 and have the most money.
> Jeremy, since there is a tie and you won the last round, you will start 1st.
<jeremy> in total?
> no
<jeremy> ok
> If you want to get your 3rd point in the next round, you have to win at least $10,000 in 1 round ofthe money cards, and you must have the most money
> Jeremy, you have $200 and...
> a Jack
<jeremy> ok, considering it's for 1 million all of it lower
> $200 lower...
> a 5   $200
> oops
> $400
> $400 and a 5
<jeremy> 400 higher
> $400 higher...
> a Jack  $800
<jeremy> all of it lower
> $800 lower....
> a 7  $1600
> We move up the 7 and give you another $200
> $1800 and a 7
<jeremy> change it
> the 7 becomes...
> an Ace!
<jeremy> yes! All of it lower
> $1800 lower....
> a 4  $3600
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $3600 higher...
> another 4  push   $3600
<jeremy> all of it higher
> $3600 higher...
> a King   $7200
> We move up the King.   $7200 and a King
<jeremy> all of it lower
> For $14,400 and possibly $1,000,000, lower than the King!!!!!!!!???????
<jeremy> yes
> a 3!!!!!!   $14,400!!!!!!!  You might have won $1,000,000, we'll see how Steve does!
> Steve
> you have to beat $14,400
> if you do, you win $1,000,000
> if you don't, Jeremy wins $1,000,000
> Steve, you have $200 and...
> a 2!
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher
> $200 higher...
> a 9   $400   hang on before you make your bet
<gameshowsteve> If I lose more than $50, I'm out, I'll bet all of it, lower
> If Steve is incorrect on this card, Jeremy wins $1,000,000 because it won't be possible for Steve to beat $14,400
[cut to split screen of jeremy, Steve, and the cards]
[drumroll]
> If Steve is correct, the game continues.
[Dream House Golden Doors music]
> To stay in the game, lower than the 9????!!!!!
> an 8!!!   $800  You're still in it.
<gameshowsteve> $50, lower
> hang on
> $50 lower....
<gameshowsteve> I can get up to $15,200 if I miss
> a 3!   $850
> We move up the 3 and give you another $200
> You have $1050 and a 3
<gameshowsteve> $1050, higher
> If Steve is correct, the game continues
> If Steve is incorrect, Jeremy wins $1,000,000
> To stay in the game, higher than the 3???!!!
> a 7!!!!   $2100
<gameshowsteve> All of it, higher
> Again, to stay in the game, higher than the 7???!!!!
> a King!!!!  $4200
<gameshowsteve> All of it, lower!!!
> Once again, to stay in the game and to become 1 card away from a possible $1,000,000, lower than a King????!!!!!
> a 9!!!!!!!!!   $8400!!!!!!!!!!!
> We move up the 9
<gameshowsteve> All of it, lower
> All of it on a 9?
<gameshowsteve> I don't have much of a choice
> You can change if you want to
<gameshowsteve> sorry, please change it
The pressure's getting to me
> the 9 becomes......
> ......
> .......
> a 10
<gameshowsteve> All of it, lower
> $1,000,000 is riding on the turn of this card.
Ray, Sheldon, get ready
[split screen of Steve, Jeremy, and the cards]
[drumroll]
> For $1,000,000
[DH Golden Doors music plays]
> Is it lower
> than the 10???????????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[more music as Robert gets ready to turn]
> a 9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Steve wins $1,000,000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [loud cheers, Scrabble sirens, bell ringing, NBC “YAHOO!”, CS ’86 theme plays, cameras switch like crazy, confetti falls, Chyron flashes $1,000,000, audience gives standing “O”, strobes going off, audience floods stage] 
Steve is a TGSF Millionaire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[$1,000,000 sign flashing like a strobe light]
<gameshowsteve> YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
<jeremy> NOOOOOOOOOOOOO
<gameshowsteve> <Shakes hands with Jeremy> Great game
> Steve, you've did it.  $16,800 - $14,400
> Steve, how do you feel?
<gameshowsteve> Take a wild guess!  How would you feel if you won a million????
> I would feel great!
<gameshowsteve> I feel the same, only more so!!
<jeremy> I was so close
> Steve, I need to tell you this.
<gameshowsteve> What, it only comes to $2.96 after taxes?
> We don’t have taxes around here! At least not yet!
[slow motion of Millionaire turning over the 9]
> When I turned over that 10, it was decided. Had you not changed the 9, it would have been another 9, which would have given Jeremy the $1,000,000. I didn't know that the next card was a 9 until I turned it over.
<gameshowsteve> Thank you
> You're welcome.
> Don't go away.  We'll be back in a moment.
[CS ‘86 theme plays]
> We are back with Steve.
> Steve, do you want to know what your total is?
<gameshowsteve> Oh, yes
> Your total tonight is....
> $1,040,800
[$1,040,800 flashes on screen]
<gameshowsteve> Great!
> Of course, Jeremy left, but his total was $191,000
> Steve, you might want to know this.  You are the highest winner TGSF has ever had.
<gameshowsteve> All right!
> I would like to congratulate you on your victory.
<gameshowsteve> I would like to thank you for your congratulations.
> This is The Millionaire for the Millionaire's Night Marathon. Stay safe on the roads and don't drink and drive.  Goodbye everybody!
[Gene reads fee plugs, 317 credits shown, then full credit roll]
Gene> This is Gene Wood speaking for the Millionaire's Night Marathon, a production ofThe Game show fans, inc.

> = The Millionaire
<person's name> = that person
name>> voice over

Copyright  2002  The Game Show Fans Company

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