WOF Retro Recap: January 27, 2012


$1K Tossup: LANDMARK

M _ _ N _ / F U J I
_ _ / J _ P _ _

I’m afraid somebody will say MOUNT FUJI OF JAPAN…and that’s exactly what Andrea says.

M _ _ N T / F U J I
_ _ / J _ P _ _

Dennis gets MOUNT FUJI IN JAPAN. Here are the Friday bios… 

Dennis Woodzisz: senior graphics designer for a large casino resort from Palm Springs, CA (orig. from Parma Heights, OH)
Andrea Greenlee: children’s bookseller who’s wearing classic literature tattoos from Albuquerque
Lauryn Smith: nursing student who’s graduating from school this semester from Inglewood Nashville, TN

$2K Tossup: FUN & GAMES

S K _ _ E _ O _ R _ _ _ G

Dennis triples up w/ SKATEBOARDING.

LAST FEATURED TRIP OF WK.: caravan.com Panama tour worth $5,500

Jackpot Round: WAYD?

The lead-off man calls up an N for three green 1/2 KIA, a $300 G, three E’s, and two obvious I’s, but he then BANKRUPTS near the WC to lose the $300 remainder and his plate. Second, Andrea LaTs out. Third, Lauryn gets the WC w/ four T’s, only to lose it right back to the same BANKRUPT. After Dennis runs into that same BANKRUPT again, Andrea puts up an $800 M but then buys the sole dud vowel of O. Lauryn follows suit w/ a $600 H, a U, and a FP A to finish off the vowels…

_ E T T I N G / U _
T H E / _ A M _ _ I T E

…she’s SETTING UP THE CAMPSITE for only the house minimum.

SOLE DUD: O (Andrea)
BANKRUPTS: 3 (Dennis 2x, Lauryn)

Scores after R1
Lauryn: $1K/Dennis: $3K/Andrea: $0 


Mystery Round: RHYME TIME

First from Andrea are six N’s for $3,300, two E’s, a $900 R, and five A’s, followed by a $900 M and six I’s to clean out the vowels already…

_ _ E / R A I N
I N / _ _ A I N
_ _ A _ _ / M A I N _ _
I N / _ _ E / _ _ A I N



Scores after R2
Lauryn: $1K/Dennis: $3K/Andrea: $4,350



Lauryn leads off w/ three T’s for the same 1/2 KIA, two S’s for another grand, but then the sole dud vowel of A. Dennis also strikes out w/ N. Third, Andrea claims a $3,500 G and the rest of the vowels…

I / _ O U _ _ / G E T
U S E _ / T O / T _ I S

…well, I COULD GET USED TO THIS — she keeps the remaining $2,500 and a $5K Hotwire trip to the Beacon Hotel in MIAMI.

DUDS: A (Lauryn),  N (Dennis)

Scores after R2
Lauryn: $1K/Dennis: $3K/Andrea: $11,850 cash & Miami



_ _ _ J E _ T
_ A _ _ _ E _

Lauryn solves PROJECT MANAGER to quadruple up.

Round 4: ON THE MAP

She gets up there three T’s for $1,050, two E’s, four N’s for two grand, and a $450 R, then she goes for the solve…

T _ E / _ _ R _ _ _ N
_ _ N T _ N E N T

THE AFRICAN CONTINENT is right for another $3,250 but she could’ve gone on for the C’s.

PR #2

Scores after R4 
Lauryn: $7,250/Dennis: $3K/Andrea: $11,850 cash & Miami

Round 5: SHOW BIZ (full $1,300 speed-up)

Late in the round, said red player calls two of something…

_ I L M
_ _ S T I _ _ L

unfortunately it’s the I’s instead of the F’s, and she solves FILM FESTIVAL for only $3,900.

DUDS: N (Andrea), R (Lauryn), D (Dennis), C (Andrea) 

Lauryn: $11,150/Dennis: $3K/Andrea: $11,850 cash & Miami

GT: $26K
BANKRUPT TRASH (excluding extras): $300


$100K Bonus Round
Let’s see if Andrea can end this week w/ three wins in a row. She spins up the P.

Category: PHRASE
The first letters that pop up…

_ _ _ _ L _ _ L E
N _ _

CMWA should seal the deal…

A _ A _ L A _ L E
N _ W

…well, she only says the second word to start, but she’s AVAILABLE NOW to drive off in this FIAT 500c Pop worth $21,600 (really?); that gives her a final total of $38,450. I think a better car would’ve been a Beetle convertible or maybe an Audi.



2 thoughts on “WOF Retro Recap: January 27, 2012

  1. JP Mackey July 24, 2014 / 3:32 am

    Uh that (R2) doesn't sound like a PERFECT ROUND to me…with an alert like that (no disrespect). What was it with the ladies being consonative in EVERY round?

    At least the BR was won.


  2. JP Mackey July 24, 2014 / 4:09 pm

    I didn't mean to say R2 wasn't a perfect round. I was just saying the alert looked a little odd with that perfect round graphic. Maybe that just me.


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