Atissa Banuazizi (Allston, MA): Writer & communication instructor
Steve Gavenas (South Pasadena): Artist & business consultant
CHAMP: Greg Chin
THE PEACE CORPS
THEIR FIRST NO. 1 HIT
THERE’S A FLY
IN MY SOUP
Three clues into World Capitals is the evening’s 1st DD for Steve.
This European capital city’s served by three main ports: Piraeus, Rafina & Lavrion.
“What is Athens?”…3-for-3.
Greg: $3,400/Steve: $4,400/Atissa: $600
This rd. stops before they could get to:
There’s a Fly: $200 & $400
In My Soup: $200
Greg: $5,800/Steve: $6K/Atissa: $1K
THE ROYAL THEY
PLANETARY PEOPLE & THINGS
Just after going from the negative to a positive two bills, Atissa selects DD #1 on the $2K clue regarding The Royal They; Greg’s the 1st-placer $9K-$6800 over Steve.
1894-1918: _____ II & ______
She can’t figure out Nicholas & Alexander as the missing names. This woman does find DD #2 in the $1600 Speaking Italian spot, but a grand in deep doo-doo debt this time; Steve’s $7600 is $2200 behind the champ/leader. She elects to try to get back to $0.
An Italian word for “strong” ISN’T Arabica but this counterpart.
“What is forte?”…also a KIA model, I’m sorry to say the actual word was robusta. We have to close the $400 & $1600 Window Treatments because there’s NOT enough time.
ATTEMPTED LT: $4800
UNATTEMPTED LT: $3600
TOTAL DJ! LT: $8400
Greg: $13,800/Steve: $10K/Atissa: $2K
FJ! #152: AMERICANA
There are rest stops named for Edison, Lombardi & Woodrow Wilson on this road mentioned in the 1968 song “America”.
ATISSA: “What is the New Jersey Turnpike?” = $2,401
STEVE: “What is I 80” = $1
GREG: “WHAT IS THE NJ TURNPIKE?” = $21,399