Janna Seals (Mont Belvieu, TX): Retired library assistant
Liz Kuster (Chesterfield, MO): Attorney
CHAMP: Tucker Dunn
“A” IN THE LAW
THE SPORTING LIFE
DIFFERING BY ONE LETTER
THIS & THAT
LITERARY CHARACTER MASHUP
Tucker: $3,800/Liz: $2,600/Janna: $1,400
Janna pounces at the DD on the final Literary Character Mashup in 2nd at four grand, $600 behind the champ for the early lead; Liz’s in 3rd w/ three. Janna goes for half.
“Um, who is Dickens?”…Hawthorne, actually.
Tucker: $6,200/Liz: $4,400/Janna: $2,800
THE PLAYS OF JEAN RACINE
ROCKS & MINERALS
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
THE IRON IS HOT
Janna’s three-for-three in “Bad” to lead DJ! off & the $1600 answer’s DD #1. She’ll go for another $1200 & the lead.
Leonard Maltin called it “The Quintessential Spaghetti Western”.
“What is ‘The Good, The Bad & The Ugly’?”…that’s great. A DDS happens when the same woman chooses the $1200 Rocks & Minerals block, who’s got $6K, followed by Tucker ($5400) & Liz ($3600). Only a g-bar wagered this point.
A native sandstone, Roxbury Puddingstone is the official rock of this state.
“What is Connecticut?”…close, but no cigar- MA.
ATTEMPTED LT: $3200
UNATTEMPTED LT: $9600
TOTAL DJ! LT: $12,800
Tucker: $8,200/Liz: $8,400/Janna: $6,200
JANNA’S CORYAT OF THE NIGHT: $9,600
FJ! #196: GEOGRAPHY
Cross the Strait of Bonifacio & you go between the second & fourth-largest Mediterranean islands & between these two countries.
JANNA: “What are Italy & Greece” ($6,198) = $2
TUCKER: “What are Corsica + Sardinia?” ($4201) = $3,999
LIZ: AGREED W/ JANNA (the other country was France) = $399