Alan Lin (Santa Barbara): Software eng.
Emma Florio (Hoffman Estates, IL): Library assistant
CHAMP: David Rigsby
THE 16th CENTURY
CUT IT OUT
IT’S A TRAP!
David: $2K/Emma: $1,400/Alan: $5,600
Alan made a bad move to skip the $600 It’s a Trap! clue because it’s left for Emma to receive its DD at the end of this rd.- she’s in 2nd w/ $5K, Alan has $8800 & David’s only added $200 after the first break. She’ll wager two.
The Smithsonian National Museum of American History says more patents have been given to this device than any other.
“What is a mousetrap?”- yup.
SOLE TS: $800 (It’s a Trap!)
MUSICIANS WHO DIED AT 27
STATES & LICENSE PLATES
Alan secures a DD this time choosing the $800 Writer; both challengers just added four bills to lead off this rd. of competition. $5K & the lead on the line w/ the following:
Jay McInerney, Tama Janowitz & other 1980s writers shared this nickname w/ a group of young ’80s actors.
“What is the Brat Pack?”…yes. And in the middle of Brasil, Brasil! is the other DD which he finds- Alan currently stands on $22,600 to Emma’s $13,800; David’s far out w/ three large. The male challenger goes for another three.
The Acu River is also called this river, the plural of a certain fish: I’ll stay out, thanks.
“What is Piranhas?”…that’s good to him.
ATTEMPTED LT: $3600
UNATTEMPTED LT: $7600
TOTAL DJ! LT: $11,200
David: $3,800/Emma: $11,800/Alan: $27,600 (LOCK)
FJ! #161: U.S. PRESIDENTS
Though he graduated from high school in 1901 & later graduated to the Presidency, he NEVER graduated from college.
DAVID: “Who is Truman?” = $6,800
EMMA: VIRTUALLY BLANKED = $7,800
ALAN: “Who is Eisenhower?” = $24K