WWTBAM: Back is Lisa LaGore. She's a nurse. For $8,000:
According to a 2006 CDC report, what's the average life expectancy of an American man?
Despite the fact this question might be right up her alley, she asks the audience, and the results are VERY nasty. 35% said 75, 33% said 78, 30% said 72 and just 2% said 81. Meredith Viera even said the results were pathetic! LOL! She then takes a big gamble by saying 75 then...
...by golly, she's right for $8,000! Next, for $16,000:
The title of the 2007 film "In the Valley of Elah" refers to the location of what famous Biblical event?
A: Resurrection of Jesus
B: Building of Noah's Ark
C: Battle of David & Goliath
D: Creation of Adam & Eve
The 50:50 leaves Noah's Ark and David & Goliath. She then says the battle of David & Goliath...
B: Building of Noah's Ark
C: Battle of David & Goliath
...right! For $25,000:
According to a quite often credited to Charles Darwin, who is "a blind man in a dark room looking for a black cat which isn't there"?
In a college class that I ABSOLUTELY HATE, because I'm in danger of failing it this semester (Personality), I think it's a physicist. She calls her cousin Karen, who says nothing. She then tries her luck at guessing again and says astronomer at first, but then changes it to archaeologist...
...WE'RE ALL WRONG! It was mathematician. In any event, she leaves with $1,000 and a DVD game.
Christine Babett from Wilmington, DE is next, hoping to get to the next episode. For $4,000:
According to the rules of the board game "Battleship", which of these vessels is NOT included in each player's five-ship fleet?
She asks the audience. 70% said frigate while 20% said submarine. She then says frigate in a way that the audience laughs so hard...and after all that, she's right! Next, for $8,000:
Who is the youngest justice currently sitting on the U.S. Supreme Court?
A: Clarence Thomas
B: John Roberts
C: Ruth Bader Ginsburg
D: Samuel Alito
She says Roberts...right! Last question of the day, for $16,000:
Which of these popular pet birds is NOT a type of parrot?
She has two at home, but only one breed is on the board (Cockatiel). The 50:50 leaves Cockatiel and Canary. She then says Canary to return tomorrow!
Temptation: Pamela faces La Tanya and Jennifer today. She has almost $5,000 in prizes thus far. After the first Speed Round...
La Tanya: $20
...Jenny is offered a side-by-side washer and dryer worth $1,898 for her current lead. The final offer is a $100 bonus. Going once...going twice...SOLD! We're back to square one as we head to this Fame Game board:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
1. My career started by answering a newspaper ad.
2. I went from wannabe to superstar.
3. My husband works in a field.
4. Yet, he's probably more famous than I am.
5. Together, we live a very "Posh" life.
Pamela then buzzes in...
_ I C T _ R I _
_ E C _ H A _
...she gets VICTORIA BECKHAM to take the lead with $35.
Knock Off category: Brands of makeup.
La Tanya: Chanel- $2 ($22)
Jennifer: Benefit- $5 ($25)
Pamela: Neutrogena- $5 ($40)
La Tanya: Barely There
Jennifer: Urban Decay- $2 ($27)
Pamela: Origins- $10 ($50)
Jennifer: Sugar- $5 ($32)
Pamela: Adrien Arpel- $2 ($52)
Pamela: Rimmel- $15 ($67)
FINAL PICK BY CHAMPION: Elizabeth Arden- $2 ($69)
With a $37 lead now, Pamela could buy an L.A. shopping spree (including $500 cash) worth $1,400 for $15, and she does.
Speed Round #2 dealt with facts about Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Garner. After that...
La Tanya: $27
...she's offered the chance to go for $1,500 in today's Instant Ca$h...nope. The money was in the brown wallet, which she would've chosen had she possessed the grapefruits.
She retains the title with the same score, and now has $424 in her bank account. Jennifer leaves with $1,998 in cash and prizes.
Here are the five new prizes on offer at Shopper's Paradise:
$92: HDTV ($1,859)
$250: Antigua ($4,540)
$405: Pulaski dining room ($8,548)
$650: The $10,000 fishbowl
$920: Volvo S60 ($33,100)
The Volvo is all but out of play for her, but she could still win the $10,000.
Super Knock Off category: Burger King Slogans.
Home of the Whopper
We Treat You Right
The Fire's Ready
Make a Run for the Border
What You Crave
Best Food For Fast Times
Where Kids Are King
We Love To See You Smile
Best Darn Burger
The Way a Sandwich Should Be
Do What Tastes Right
Have It Your Way
1. Home of the Whopper- $25
2. Where Kids Are King- $25
3. The Fire's Ready- $50
4. What You Crave
The $100 was behind Best Food for Fast Times and the other two right answers were Have It Your Way and Best Darn Burger.
Will she go for the ten grand tomorrow...yes!
WOF: Day 3 of Family Week in Chicago brings us Jessica and Akiva Carson from Belwood, IL (brother/sister; Akiva is a teacher and works with students for special needs), John and Tim O'Brien from Chicago (brothers; John is a firefighter) and Bonnie and Holly Rodriguez from Oswego, IL (stepmother/stepdaughter; Holly is a bank manager).
The Carsons get ALL MY CHILDREN for $1,000, while the Rodriguezes get THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY for two.
Round 1 category is Place and out on the wheel now is a pair of houseboat vacations worth $6,000. Midway in the round, the Rodriguezes pick up the Yankee Candle gift tag with a pair of T's. On their next consonant call, they call the L for $300 and the Free Spin. At that point, we have...
_ _ N _ R E _ _ _ _ N A L
_ _ _ T R _ _ T
...I think I know now. They call the S's for another $1,200 and solve CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT for another $3,100 and the gift tag, a total of $6,100.
V8 Jackpot Round category is Before & After. The leaders use their Free Spin midway in the round after calling a dud in C. After they buy the A next, we have...
_ _ E R _ _ E
_ _ L L
_ _ R R A _
...I don't know the top word. They lose their turn for good with the T. The Carsons call another dud in G. The O'Briens call the B for $3,500 and buy the I in the middle word, then the M for the Wild Card. After they buy the U's next, we now have...
_ _ E R _ U E
B I L L
M U R R A _
...they call a $3,500 D and use the Wild Card to call a Y for another $3,500, then solve OVERDUE BILL MURRAY for $10,950!
ActivOn Big Money/Prize Puzzle Round category is What Are You Doing? Budweisers, of course, not included. The winners of the last round better be glad they used that Wild Card in the last round, because they hit a Bankrupt right off the bat in this round. After they later call the M, we have...
_ _ A R I N G/A/_ I _ _ _ _ R/_ _/
M A R G A R I _ A _
...I have the idea here, but I don't know the middle words...but they do with SHARING A PITCHER OF MARGARITAS for another $1,200 and a pair of trips to Ixtapa, Mexico, for a new total of $21,490 in cash and prizes!
WINNING ID FOR TRIP: JB1609540
The Carsons then solve BLUES MUSICIANS (the O'Briens were incorrect with BLACK MUSICIANS) to quadruple their money. Speed-Up Round category is Food & Drink and consonants are worth $1,350 apiece. After they call the H's, we have...
F R _ S H
_ R _ _ _ _ D
S _ _ N _ _ H
...Popeye loves this food. They blank out. The O'Briens call three E's and we now have...
F R E S H
_ R E _ _ E D
S _ _ N _ _ H
...they only get the first and last words. The all-lady team calls the P but can't get anything. Back to the Carsons, they call the C's and solve FRESH CREAMED SPINACH for another $8,100 and a final total of $12,100. The two ladies get $6,100 in cash and prizes while the O'Briens win with $21,490!
The O'Briens spin the N in BONUS and the category is Phrase. Starting with:
_/_ _ R _ _ _ E/_ _ _
Picks are B, D, M and A and they get zero.
That means it's I ________ YOU...but that's all they get. The middle word was FORGIVE, making the right answer I FORGIVE YOU, and the cars are lost for the second straight night. They probably would've won had they called the F and the G.
Bingo America: Tonight's players are Robert Agular from San Diego (who is a professional videographer) and Dena Diamond, also from California (who is a children's songwriter and is also blind). Here's the board after the first break:
(N33)- Who is the bald-headed band leader on "Late Show with David Letterman"?
ROBERT SAYS KEVIN EUBANKS- WRONG SHOW
DENA NAILS PAUL SCHAFFER (--NG-; $783)
(B3)- Sparkling, dry white wine is named after what French region?
ROBERT GOES WITH CHAMPAIGNE- RIGHT ($786)
(B7)- What designer created the Polo brand line of clothing?
DENA ANSWERS RALPH LAUREN- RIGHT (B-NG-; $793)
(O61)- On "Ally McBeal", Ally was often visited by a dancing what?
DENA GOES WITH A BABY- RIGHT AGAIN (B-NGO; $854)
(N37)- T or F: Roger Ebert has a trademark on "Thumbs up, thumbs down".
ROBERT SAYS TRUE- WIN ($891)
1. (I29)- What filmmaker ran Bingo games in his house to raise money for his first movie, "Roger & Me"?
DENA SAYS MICHAEL MOORE- CORRECT (-I---; $920)
2. (N38)- What planet is named after the God of love and beauty?
DENA NAILS VENUS (-IN--; $958)
3. (I30)- On what river does Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn" take place?
ROBERT ANSWERS THE MISSISSIPPI- RIGHT (-I---; $988)
4. (G57)- What type of haircut, named like the fish, is referred to as "buisness in front and party in the back"?
ROBERT GOES WITH THE MULLET- RIGHT (-I-G-; $1,045)
5. (N39)- "Taxi Driver", "Raging Fellows" and "Goodfellas" were all directed by whom?
DENA ANSWERS MARTIN SCORSESE- RIGHT ($1,084)
6. (O74)- Made famous by Ray Charles, what's Georgia's state song?
DENA NAILS "Georgia On My Mind" (-IN-O; $1,158)
7. (G51)- Maize is another name for what vegetable?
DENA GETS CORD (-INGO; $1,209)
8. (O68)- If you turn one complete circle, how many degrees have you turned?
ROBERT SAYS 360- YOU BET (-I-GO; $1,277)
9. (B15)- Henry David Thoreau's most famous work is about his time living near what body of water?
DENA SAYS WALDEN POND- WIN ($1,292)
1. What B is Elaine's last name on "Seinfeld"?
DENA SAYS BENES- RIGHT (1)
2. What I is measured by the Stanford NAY Test?
DENA SAYS IQ- RIGHT AGAIN (2)
3. What N is a fashion designer and Paris Hilton's sister?
ROBERT NAILS NICKY (1)
4. What G is a breed of dog and a bus line?
ROBERT GETS GREYHOUND (2)
Final question: What O element turns to water when combined with Hydrogen?
ROBERT SAYS OXYGEN FOR THE WIN
1. #13- $10,000
2. #11- $4,000
3. #34- $2,500
Final pick: #74- WINS $2,500
TPIR MDS: Tonight's first four players are Lindsay Dykstra, Jeremy Carroll, Dewey Creighton and Brenda Moss-Clipton. The first IUFB is a trip to Puerto Vallarta.
ARP: $4,100, so Moss-Clipton from North Carolina will play One Wrong Price for all three kinds of Mini Coopers- the Hatchback (Std., Paint, Adapter, Wheel, Foglights), the S Convertible (Std., Paint, AT, Seats) and the S Clubman (Std., Paint, Conv., Cold Weather, Premium, Sport, SRadio)! Here are how they're marked right now:
I think it's the hatchback, but I'm not totally sure. She wanted to agree with me at first, but she goes with the convertible, and she's wrong. Had she agreed with me, she would've won, because the hatchback was $20,750.
Next player is Rita Rosemond and the second IUFB is a Heartland refrigerator/freezer.
ARP: $5,065, so Dykstra will play Million Dollar Plinko! She wins all four SPs- the retro popcorn maker ($39), a wash/wax system ($20), an $82 kitchen thing and a space bag hanging bag ($12) for all five Plinko Chips.
1. $500 (Right)
2. $20,000 (stuck on first try)
3. DUD (Left)
4. $500 (Left)
Bad news: She won't play for the million, at least not right now. Good news: SHE JUST SET A NEW ALL-TIME PLINKO RECORD WITH $41,000!!!
Next player is Christopher Goper from the U.S. Marine Corps and the third IUFB is a big-screen LCD HDTV.
ARP: $4,298, so Carroll plays Pocket Change for a Lincoln MKZ (Std., Nav., Stereo, Wheels, Prot)! First number is 3. The remaining numbers in play are 1, 2, 5, 7 and 9. His second number guess is 2...no. He then says 7...no. Next is 5...yes. His opening third number guess is 9...no. Next is 7...no. He then says 2...right. His first guess for the fourth digit is 7...yes. He then says 9 as the last number...yes. The final cost of the $35,279 Lincoln is $1.25 tonight. First envelope has a nickel. Second is a dime. Third is nothing. He must have the $2 in the last envelope to win...but it's only another dime.
The only big winner this half gets to the Showcase.
Next player is Vance Ole and the next IUFB is a bed.
ARP: $4,897, meaning RR plays Super Pushover for a pair of motorcycles. Board:
Does she says $13,798 for the win...yes!
Next to "Come on Down" is Megan Boyd from Maine and the next IUFB is a basketball video arcade game.
ARP: $3,895, so the guy from the U.S. Marine Corps plays Any Number for either some kitchen appliances or a Ford Expedition (Std., Conv., Seats, CChairs, Prot). First number in the car is 3. First selection is 7...we've got $700+ worth of appliances here. Second is 6...second number of the car ($ 3 6 , _ _ _). Third pick is 2...two cents so far in the piggy bank. Fourth choice is 5...last number of the appliances. Fifth selection is 9, which worried me...but that's the fourth number of the car ($ 3 6, _ 9 _). He then picks 4...the piggy bank is worth over $4 tonight. Seventh pick is 0...he wins just $4.02. The car was $36,398 and the appliances cost $715. Interesting that if he had gone down from 9-3 in order, he would've won.
The last player is Raymond Hunt and the final IUFB is a pair of exercise bikes.
ARP: $3,644, so Creighton checks into Heartbreak Hotel while Boyd plays Pick a Pair for a party boat worth $24,531! The products tonight are Midol, olive oil, CLR cleaner, salsa, Old Spice deodorant and Citracal. First pick is the salsa...$2.99. She then picks the deodorant...$4.19. She then tries again to find the other $2.99 item and says the cleaner...but that's the other $4.19 item. The other $2.99 item was, believe it or not, the Midol.
The Marine Corps guy gets to the Showcase to face the new Plinko record holder.
First Showcase has Lanisha trying her best to get Rachel, a country girl, to move to the city. First, she tells her that while in the city, she could wear a new evening gown. Second, she says that can only wear a new diamond bracelet and cupcake handbag while in the city. Third, Lanisha could take Rachel to a discotheque where she could dance to a new jukebox. Finally, she offers her the chance to drive a new Corvette while in the city (Std., AT, Z51, #3LT). Dykstra bids $72,000. For the military man, Lanisha now shows Rachel what it's like to live in the countryside. First, according to Lanisha, the best thing you could do in the morning is cutting grass with a new lawn mower. Second, she offers Rachel to chance to do a hoedown with a new stereo system. Third, home cooked meals are served on a new dinette with dinnerware. Finally, what's the perfect home here in this neck of the woods- a new Winnebago Access Motorhome (which has been won twice so far this season on "Wheel of Fortune")! He bids $58,000, which is a GARF.
ARP for him: $77,727, a difference of $19,727. ARP for her: Seventy....
...FOUR thousand, 415, so she's the champion tonight with $120,633 in cash and prizes!
DOND: They're in Estonia tonight. The host for that country's version is Alari Kivisaar. Tonight's first contestant is David Krauch from Honolulu, Hawaii. He's a maintenance man during the day and a nighttime cab driver. His case of destiny is #13.
(The American music/sound effects are used here.)
1. #14- $100
2. #22- BUCK
3. #25- $50,000
4. #16- $400,000
5. #6- $25,000
6. #17- $300,000
FIRST OFFER TURNED DOWN: $59,000
Tonight's model contestants are Nafeesa, Nadia and Ashleah.
1. #9- $5
2. #23- $100,000
3. #24- $500
4. #18- $5,000
5. #5- $25
SECOND OFFER THROWN AWAY: $110,000
1. #15- $200,000
2. #8- ONE MILLION DOLLARS (DANGER ZONE)
3. #20- $750
4. #26- $200
THIRD OFFER: $85,000- NO DEAL
1. #21- $10
2. #19- $75,000 (STRIKE ONE!)
3. #12- PENNY
FOURTH OFFER: $124,000- NO DEAL
1. #2- $500,000 (STRIKE TWO!!)
2. #4- $75
FIFTH OFFER: $99,000- NO DEAL
He then picks #11...$400! New offer: $131,000...NO DEAL! Next selection is #3...$1,000! New offer: $163,000...NO DEAL! Next pick is #10...10 for 10 GRAND! New offer: $218,000...
...DEAL, AND IT'S A PERFECT ONE, BECAUSE HIS NEXT PICK OF #1 HAS $750,000! His case had fifty bucks.
Our other player tonight is Elaine Primeaux from Texarkana, TX. She's a semi-retired hairdresser, and is celebrating her 50th birthday right here at the time of this taping! Hopefully, it'll be a big chunk of the potential $1,000,000, hopefully as much or even more than Mr. Krauch's. She holds #14 hostage.
1. #1- $500
2. #5- $750,000
3. #7- $200,000
4. #22- $50,000
5. #23- $25
6. #17- $500,000
FIRST OFFER TURNED DOWN: $55,000
1. #3- $5,000
2. #13- $300,000
3. #20- BUCK
4. #19- $75,000 (DANGER ZONE)
5. #2- $750
SECOND OFFER IN THE TRASH: $63,000
1. #10- PENNY
2. #8- $100
3. #24- $50
4. #4- $25,000
BASE THIRD OFFER: $91,000
Bonus task: If she decides to eat a piece of blood sausage, one of the traditional foods in Estonia, the size of the offer will be doubled. She's barely able to eat a piece...but all she gets in return is a bigger $91,000 card, meaning nothing additional was added to the pot! Ugh. Needless to say, she said to that NO DEAL.
1. #11- ONE MILLION DOLLARS (BIG STRIKE ONE!)
2. #6- $5
3. #16- $400
FOURTH OFFER: $49,000- NO DEAL
1. #12- $300
2. #15- $75
FIFTH OFFER: $78,000- NO DEAL
Her next selection is #21...STRIKE TWO- $400,000. The offer sinks to $21,000 and she says NO DEAL. Next is #18...$200. New offer: $31,000...NO DEAL. Next, she chooses #9...$1,000. New offer: $40,000...DEAL! Her case had...$10, so she made a good deal. But had she gone on with #25, she would've knocked out $10K and likely would've taken home $55K.
Tonight's model winner was Nadia.
Jeopardy!: Tonight's college lineup:
Dara Lind: Junior from Yale
Andrew Chung: Sophomore from Harvey Mudd College
Joey Beachum: Senior from Mississippi State University
COLLEGE SPORTS FILMS
FACTS FROM ALMANACS
I LIKE TO DECORATE
Thanks to getting most of the sports film clues, Beachum has the lead at the first break with $2,600. Chung has $1,400 and Lind has an even grand. Left on the board at this point:
I Like to Decorate: $400-$1,000
Animal House: ALL
Got "LK": $600-$1,000
She then chooses the $600 Literature clue...Daily Double! She bets half:
Chapter 48 of this English novel deals with "The Flight of Sikes"-- Bill Sikes.
"What is Oliver Twist?"...she now has $1,500. Next in that category:
Richard Middlemas gets crushed by an elephant in "The Surgeon's Daughter", an 1827 tale by this Edinburgher.
Triple Stumper- Sir Walter Scott. Final clue in the category:
The NYC murder of Mary Rogers inspired Poe, who changed the setting to Paris and created "The Mystery of" her.
Another Triple Stumper- Mary Roget. Middle "LK" clue:
This President snagged Oregon for the U.S.
Beachum says "Who is James K. Polk?"...he's now at $3,200. Next in that category:
These maidens bring the souls of slain warriors to Valhalla.
He says "Who are the Valkyries?"...he's at four grand now! Wrapping that up:
The shells of this type of marine snail are seen here.
Lind rings in with "What is a mollusk?"...incorrect, meaning we take 2/3 of her current $1,500. Chung says "What is a welk?"...he's right to go to $2,400. We head back to the decorating category with this $400 clue:
My parties on the theme of this traditional feast are historically authentic, with Ti leaves and Lauhala mats.
Chung's in first again with "What is a luau?"...he's right to go to $2,600. Middle clue:
Hope you like my towels with traditional block printing from Jaipur in this country.
Lind says "What is Malaysia?"...down to -$100 she goes. Triple Stumper- it was India. $800:
Originally, sequins were worn to show off one's wealth; the word "sequin" comes from the Arabic for this object.
Chung goes with "What is a jewel?"...incorrect, so he's back at an even two grand. Another Triple Stumper- it was a coin. Final clue there:
Making ordinary furniture look like an antique is called this, a synonym for "troubling"; the fun part is the hitting.
Chung tries to do better with "What is distressing?"...he's back to three grand. We start the final category of the round, Animal House, with this:
These semi-aquatic rodents plaster their lodges with mud.
Here's Beachum with "What are beavers?"...right for $4,200. Next:
The Army species of this insect has no permanent home; workers link legs to protect their queen.
Chung says "What are ants?"...he's at $3,400. Next:
The swiftlets of Asia are in trouble because these structures are snatched to make soup.
Chung again, and he says "What are their nests?"...he's at the four grand mark! If he gets this next clue right, the lead is his:
This "solitary" crustacean sometimes defends its shell home via sea anemones that hitch a ride.
Chung's in, and for the lead, he says "What is a hermit crab?"...he's now ahead with $4,800! Wrapping up the first round:
Insert a hyphen in this four-letter poultry dwelling and you get a human dwelling.
Here's Chung one more time, and he says "What is a coup?"...he ends the round strong with four right responses in a row, taking him to the leader's spot with $5,800!
OFF TO COLLEGE
THE FRENCHMAN CLASS
I"M GOING TO BE A JUNIOR
G "RAD" SCHOOL
On just the third clue in the round, Chung finds the first Daily Double under the $800 Senior Year Clue. He has $6,200 and leads the other guy by $1,600 now. He wagers $2,000, thus putting his lead on the line with this clue:
Once featured on a U.S. coin, she was past 80 when she formed the International Women Suffrage Alliance.
"Who was Susan B. Anthony?"...is right to go to $8,200! After that category and G"Rad" School get cleared out, four categories remain. Here's the opening clue in Off to College:
This "colorful" Ivy League college was founded in 1764.
Chung says "What is Brown?"...11 grand! At this point, Beachum has $9,800 and the lady has $2,700. $800 clue:
This Wisconsin school was the first Catholic university to admit women.
Beachum responds with "What is Marquette?"...he's now just $400 off the lead! Middle clue:
This D.C. school adopted the colors blue and gray to symbolize the reunification of the nation after the Civil War.
Chung says "What is Georgetown?"...right again- he now has $12,200! Next:
In the 1890s, Marhsall Field donated land for this city-named university.
Triple Stumper- University of Chicago. To wrap that subject up:
After a millionaire was murdered by his valet, this Houston university that he endowed got to open its doors sooner.
Lind rings in with a second or two to spare with "What is Rice?"...right to go to $4,700! First clue in I'm Going to be a Junior:
Known for his streak of consecutive games pplayed, he made Baseball's Hall of Fame in 2007 with 98.5% of the vote.
She nails "Who is Cal Ripken, Jr.?" to go to $5,100! $800:
Hey, hey, hey- he's the Jr. seen here.
She gets "Who is Bill Cosby?" no problem to head to $5,900! Middle clue:
We'll show you the money if you know this star's TD dance in "Jerry Maguire" was choreographed by Paula Abdul.
Beachum says "Who is Cuba Gooding, Jr.?"...up to $11,800 he goes! $1,600:
This country star sang the Monday Night Football theme song for ABC from 1989-2005.
Beachum nails "Who was Hank Williams, Jr.?" for the lead back at $13,400! Final clue there:
This junior is an excellent driver-- he won the 2004 Daytona 500.
He also nails "Who is Dale Earnhardt, Jr." to reach $15,400! Now, to the sophomore category. First clue:
In February 2008, someone edited Hillary Clinton's entry on this website, replacing her picture with one of a walrus.
The only female on the panel says "What is Wikipedia?"...yes indeed to go to $6,300. $800:
For April Fool's Day 1998, Burger King announced a new left-handed one of these, with the toppings rotated 180 degrees.
She chomps up "What is the Whopper?" to go to $7,100! In the middle:
Washington Huskie fans became victims of the old flip card switcheroo at this bowl game in 1961.
Beachum goes with "What is the Rose Bowl?"...$16,600! $1,600:
In 1933, Harvard Hooligans fishnapped the "sacred" this, a carving in the Massachusetts state house.
Triple Stumper- Cod. Final clue there...DAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIILLLLLYYYY DOUBLE! His bet here is two grand:
In 1805 this Frontier novelist was kicked out of Yale, possibly for seating a donkey in a professor's chair.
"Who was James Fenmore Cooper?"...RIGHT to go to $18.6K! First clue in the last remaining category:
Last name of the Pere who wrote "The Three Musketeers" and the Fils who wrote "Francillon".
The same guy says "Who was Dumas?"...he's at the 19 grand mark! Next:
He's the title "Antoine de Saint-Exupery" character seen on the Moon on the book's cover.
Chung rings in for the first time in a while with "Who is the Little Prince?"...13 large! Next:
His 1843 play "The Burgraves" failed miserably, but his 1862 novel "Les Miserables" was a smash.
The lady says "Who was Victor Hugo?"...that's correct to head to $8,300! Next:
To speak "Candide"-ly, in 1717, this author was imprisoned in the Bastille.
She's first again, this time with "Who was Voltaire?"...$100 shy of ten grand now for her! Last clue of DJ!:
Get an "F" in Literature and name this author who penned "Madame Bovary".
She says "Who was Flaubert?"...everyone's in five figures heading into FJ!, because she now has $11,900!
Brandon Hensley ($9,200) and Meredith Johnson ($9,201) are in danger of being eliminated after tonight.
FJ! category: U.S. Presidents.
Only 50 years old when he left office, he was our nation's youngest ex-President.
We start with Lind, who wrote down "Who was John Quincy Adams?"...
"Who was John Quincy Adams?"
...NO, AND SHE LOSES EVERYTHING. Ouch. She's leaving with $5,000. Chung's response was "Who was Teddy Roosevelt?"...
"Who was T. Roosevelt?"
...RIGHT! He risked $6,002, taking him to $19,002. What did the leader have...
...the same thing, so he's moving on with 27 large! Hensley will not, as he also leaves with $5,000. The Wild Card Leaderboard at this point:
1. Andrew Chung- $19,002
2. James Grant- $11,599
3. Vera Swain- $11,101
4. Meredith Johnson- $9,201