Deborah Beams (DAL): CPA
Lee Barrow (DEN): History & Economics teacher
CHAMP: Jane Joseph
CATCH THE QUECHUA WORD
SAY IT WITH CHOCOLATE
“B” MY LOVE
Jane: $3,400/Lee: $1,400/Deborah: $3K
Jane chooses the DD inside the $800 Say It W/ Chocolate answer still slightly ahead of the other girl, $4200-$3400. The champiene goes for $1.5K on this clue.
Orig. it meant coffee that came from Yemen; later, it came to mean coffee flavored w/ chocolate.
“What is cacoa?”…incorrect- what is mocha?
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $600 (“B”- time expired on the $1K answer)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $800 (Literary Quotes)
Jane: $4,100/Lee: $3K/Deborah: $5K
THE LONG ARM OF THE LAW
RHYMES W/ NADA
HER TOP 40 BAND
NOTABLES & THE CHINESE ZODIAC PLACEMAT
Jane w/ $5700 has a chance to regain her lead w/ DD #1 for the $2K Geography clue; she’s $500 off of Deborah. She risks $1.5K a 2nd time.
These two rivers have their sources within 75 miles of each other in Eastern Turkey.
“What are the Tigris & Euphrates?”…are correct. Deborah unhooks DD #2 from the $1600 space of The Long Arm of the Law & has a 2nd-place $8200; Lee’s only $400 behind her for 2nd & leader Jane has $15,600. The female challenger goes bold in wagering five grand:
Fugitives can run but they CAN’T hide from this 190-member-nation organization founded in 1923.
“What is INTERPOL?”…this was the only warning screen you saw on most Canadian videos/DVDs. We DON’T have the time for the $400 or $800 Top 40 Bands.
ATTEMPTED LT: $4400
UNATTEPMPTED LT: $3600
TOTAL DJ! LT: Eight large
Jane: $13,600/Lee: $8,600/Deborah: $13,200
FJ! #154: INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS
Now representing an organization, it was formally adopted in Article 7 of the 1864 Geneva Convention.
LEE: “What is the red cross” ($5K) = $13,600
DEBORAH: “What is Red Cross?” ($8,800) = $22K
JANE: “What is the olive branch and dove?” (SAME AS LEE) = $8,600