Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Thanks to our sponsor, Geico, we can give someone in the audience a trick or a treat. And now that I think about it, it could be a trick. Let's play Bucket o' Dreams or Bucket o' Screams. [EERIE MUSIC] [APPLAUSE] All right. Where is Tara Heinzelman? [CHEERING] [EERIE MUSIC] Hi, Tara. Hi. How are you? I like your outfit. You're a Be Kind-- I'm your best-selling sock. Oh, that's wonderful. Thank you so much for being my sock. Here's how-- what do you do, by the way? Where do you live? I live in Wisconsin, and I'm a nurse. OK, wonderful. Thank you for what you do. I like nurses. Here's how this works. I'm going to ask you some questions, and for every question you get right, you'll reach into one of those buckets and press a button. One button has confetti and a prize. The other ones, you're going to need these. All right? All right. All right. You'll put those on. [APPLAUSE] Tara? Tara, I just learned that the hospital that you work in, you put all the TVs in the rooms on my show so people see my show. Kids love Ellen. Oh, that's so sweet of you. Thank you for doing that. That's what all hospitals should do. It'd make everybody feel better. All right. Here's the first one. Vampires drink blood, but what do zombies traditionally eat? Brains? Yes, exactly. [DING] All right. Pick one. This one. All right. All right. You reach down in there, and there's a button, see? [LAUGHING] Oh no, Tara, that was the wrong one to pick. Oh well. Here we go. OK. Finish the Halloween song lyric. The Monster Mash, it was a-- Fun bash? No. [BUZZER] That's a shame. But I'll let you pick one anyway. It was a graveyard smash. Oh. Yeah. All right. Pick another one. OK. OK, good luck Oh no. Tara. [LAUGHING] No, Tara. All right. Just three more, so your odds are getting better. What fruit do you bob for at Halloween? Apples! That is correct. [CHEERING] What do you think? OK, good luck. Oh. No, no, that wasn't right, either. OK. There's two left. You have a 50/50 shot. OK. You're playing for $10,000. Oh, God. That's a lot of money. What would you do with it? School. OK, I accept that answer. [DING] So it's either two or five. Those are the two left. OK. Which one? Two. OK. OK. OK, good luck. [CHEERING] You won $10,000. [EERIE MUSIC] [APPLAUSE] We'll be right back.