- Biggest winner this week: Kyesha Hughes ($47,394) (May 30)
- Streaks snapped this week: More or Less - 18 straight losses (19 based on intended airdates) - the car had not been won in this game since October 4, 2010.
One Away - 12 straight losses - the game had not been won since October 13, 2011.
- On Monday, Pick-a-Number was won for only the second time in its history when it was played for a five-digit car (it was previously 1-7). The other win happened on March 11, 2011.
- Pick-a-Number was also won for the first time ever when it was played for a five-digit prize and the fourth digit was missing. (Of course, the game was set up like this only 2 other times, so the event isn't all that historic.)
- Only $110 was won in Money Game on Monday - the least cash won in a Money Game loss since October 2, 2010 ($108).
- Monday's show was the sixth time this season where more than 2 cars were won. Other episodes with multiple car wins: September 19 (5 cars won), October 13 (3 cars won), February 9 (3 cars won), April 27 (3 cars won), May 11 (3 cars won).
- On Tuesday, Dice Game was lost for the 11th time season. With a current record of 2-11 (15.38%), Dice Game is having one of its worst seasons in recent memory (Previous low in past eleven seasons: 5-10 in Season 39).
- Perhaps the trick to winning Dice Game this season is not to roll a "4". Dice Game is 0-5 when a contestant rolls at least one "4", but 2-6 otherwise.
- With the $20,500 win on Tuesday, Plinko has passed the $200,000 mark in total cash winnings this season ($204,400, or $194,400 if you exclude the Publishers Clearing House bonus). More cash has already been won this year than in Seasons 37 ($136,600), 38 ($169,400) and 39 ($137,100). However, we are still well behind Season 36's record haul ($306,500).
- Plinko was also the 400th time a Pricing Game was won this season. (Assuming Plinko is won when at least $10,000 is won).
- On Wednesday, Side by Side was played for a $9,980 trip to Lisbon. Not surprisingly, that's the most expensive prize ever offered in this game. (Previous high: A $9,775 catamaran on April 25, 2007)
- On Thursday, Switch? became the first Pricing Game to be won 20 times this season. Switch? has now been won at least 20 times in four out of the past five seasons. During that same span, the only other games to achieve 20 wins are Double Prices (23 wins in Season 36 & 20 wins in Season 38) and Money Game (21 wins in Season 36).
- Also on Thursday, Dennis became the first contestant this season to quit with money in Gas Money (all other playings have ended with either the car being won, or with the contestant leaving with nothing). In total, there have been six bailouts in Gas Money's history - 4 quit with $7,000, 1 quit with $8,000 and 1 quit with $1,000. Furthermore, 4 quit on the final pick, 1 quit on the third pick and 1 quit on the second pick. In other words, Gas Money contestants have a lot of guts are in no hurry to leave the stage.
- Based on the available information, Friday was the 500th Pick-a-Pair playing in daytime history. (105 playings with the ferris wheel set and 395 playings with the current set.)
- Only $13,474 in cash and prizes was won on Friday. That's the lowest total of the season and the lowest since November 10 of last season ($7,311).
- All ten Showcases offered this week ended with either a car or a boat.
- So far this season, the second spinner has won 38.07% of Showcase Showdowns. Considering only 34.10% of second spinners won between Seasons 29 and 39, the middle spinners have fared quite well this season.
- Monthly stats:
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