Megan Clair (HOU): Sr. risk analyst
Emily Hollins (Hancock, MD): University registrar
REPEAT CHAMP: Jon Groubert
WHAT’S THAT PLANET?
TV FUNNY GUYS
A ROCKY CATEGORY
THE NEW “BLACK”
Jon beats out the ladies to tonight’s 1st DD on the $800 clue for The Classics & just moved into the early lead w/ $3600; he’s leading Megan by Emily’s score of $600. He’ll go for a Trubie.
Charles Dickens used material from an abandoned autobiography for this 1850 novel, which he wrote in the first-person.
“What is David Copperfield?”…magically right as they go to break.
Jon: $9K/Emily: $2K/Megan: $7,400
PAINTERS OF MOTION
STATES’ LONGEST LAKES
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY (CC clues)
Champ Jon uncovers DD #1 inside the $1200 Arlington National Cemetery box & is in 1st for now $13,800 to Megan’s $10,200 & Emily’s $7600. Sarah has this clue for three grand:
“Robert F. Kennedy wanted JFK buried under a simple wooden cross. That was overruled, but when he died, Robert, a World War II veteran of this same service as his brother Jack, got the humble monument he desired.”
“What is the Navy?”…away Jon goes further into the lead. And so far at the very end of the rd. that he makes a DDS transpire to conclude States’ Longest Lakes having $27,200 to Emily’s $5600 & Megan’s $11,400. He decides to bet five…thousand.
Lake Sam Rayburn
“What is Texas?”…yee-haw!
SOLE ATTEMPTED DJ! TS: $2K (Painters of Motion)
JON’S CORYAT OF THE NIGHT: $24,600
FJ! #186: 19TH C. BRITISH AUTHORS
Cliffs Notes says a book by this man “was the work of a mathematician and logician who wrote as both a humorist and as a limerist”.
EMILY: “Who is Oscar Wilde?” (BUSTS)
MEGAN: “Who is Jonathan Swift?” ($0)
JON: “Who is Lewis Carroll?” = $35,200 $76,191