Each player’s competing for a section of the audience- only cash’s on the line. Whatever they win will be matched & split amongst their section.
Purple Player: Lucas (MIA man who’s obsessed w/ cellphones)
Gold Player: Francheska (biology teacher in Ft. Myers)
R1 T: WHAT’S NEW?
Base Fact: Hrs. to fly from San Francisco to New Zealand (13)
Other Facts: Times Nick Cannon & Mariah Carey renewed their wedding vows, percentage of owned dogs who are spayed/neutered, yrs. since Fig Newton was first released & minutes for a newborn gnu to stand up & run
Francheska: Nick & Marah’s wedding vow renewals less than the hrs. to fly from S.F. to NZ- FIVE ($100)
Lucas: Yrs. since Fig Newton was first released more than the hrs. to fly from S.F. to NZ- 126 ($100)
Francheska: Percentage of owned dogs who are spayed or neutered in between 13 & 126- 86 ($300)
Lucas: Min. for a newborn gnu to stand up & run less than five- 7 (could’ve re-tied up the game)
R2 T: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST (brought to you by fitbit)
Facts To Be Placed This Rd.: Rank of the U.S. on the healthiest countries list, steps in the Washington Monument, minimum hrs. a day an office worker should stand & lbs. that Ruth Bader Ginsburg can bench press
Lucas: Washington Monument steps more than 126- 897 ($400)
Francheska: Lbs. that Ruth Bader Ginsburg can bench press is between 126-897- 70 (DIDN’T double up)
Lucas: Minimum hrs. a day an office worker should stand less than the wedding vow renewals- TWO ($800)
Francheska: Rank of the U.S. on the healthiest countries list between 7-13- 34 (could’ve gone up to $700)
Everybody in the studio received a fitbit alta HR.
In R3, the players have to decide whether to play the fact or pass it to their opponent, because during this rd. of play, a correct placement adds the $ to your bank & an incorrect placement gives the $ to the other’s bank. Only the winning side gets to keep their $.
R3 T: TREE HUGGING
Base Facts: Price of cheapest pair of men’s Oakley sunglasses ($90) & Chris Pine’s age when he first played Captain Kirk (28)
#1: Feature films in the franchise “A Nightmare on Elm Street”
Francheska: LESS THAN 28- NINE (TIED)
#2: Stanley Cups won by the Maple Leafs
Lucas: 9-28- 11 ($1400)
#3: Ski trails on Aspen mountain
Lucas: MORE THAN 90- 76 (Francheska: $1.5K)
#4: Cost for a prime double-cut NY Strip at the PALM
Lucas: MORE THAN $90- $99 ($3150)
FINAL FIVE: Five facts are shown along w/ their numbers. S/he will have :45 to match up the facts w/ their numbers. After they’re done, they press a red button & if they DON’T have all of them correct, Donald will announce how many are right & one more chance will be given. If successful, the winnings of the player & the section are increased to $10K. Otherwise, they’ll receive $500 for each correct fact.
Final Facts: Yrs. Fruit of the Loom has been in business, Mormon Tabernacle choir singers, cheese singers in 12oz pkg. of Kraft Singles, DeLorean speed to time travel & percentage of millennials whose main “watch” is their cellphone
Final Numbers: 360, 166, 88, 59 & 16
360: Mormon Tabernacle choir singers
166: DeLorean speed to time travel
88: Percentage of millennials whose main “watch” is their cellphone
59: Yrs. Fruit of the Loom has been in business
16: Cheese slices in Kraft Singles
FT: SAME AS FIRST TRY ($4150)(166: Fruit of the Loom/88: DeLorean speed to time travel/59: Percentage of millennials whose main “watch” is their cellphone)