Allan Ashley (Huntsville, AL): Retired engineer
Jon Eisenman: Attorney
CHAMP: Clint Thompson (Alex comes out wearing a Canada 150 jersey; he takes it off at the start of the second segment)
SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL WITH SCIENCE
THE PARENT COMPANY
SECOND CITY TV
Clint: $2,200/Jon: $4,800/Allan: $800
Jon skipped over the $800 clue under The Parent Company at the end, but it ultimately doesn’t cost him the crack at the DD, who’s leading a bit bigger w/ $6600, followed by Clint ($1600) & Allan ($1400). Jon only puts up $500.
Purina pet foods & Raisinets: This Swiss-based co.
“What is Nestle?” it is.
ATTEMPTED LT: $1800 (last two Second City TV clues)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1800
TOTAL LT: $3600
“IT’S” A MOVIE
3 LETTERS, 3 LETTERS
THE NOVEL’S NARRATOR
20th CENTURY NAMES
ANAGRAM OF A STATE
CANADA 150 (video clues by Alex from the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C.)
Jon scoops DD #1 on the $1600 square in 3 Letters, 3 Letters & is the only man tonight in five figures at this moment w/ $10,300; holding up the rear are Allan ($5800) & Clint ($4400). $2K bet this answer.
Meaning hushed or understated, it sounds just like a Norse god.
He got stumped by “low-key”. A VDD ends the wk. for those $1200 deep on Canada 150 & Allan’s in 2nd w/ seven grand; Clint’s in 3rd at $6400 & Jon has a $1300 lead over the other challenger. Allan’s wagering half his bank.
“The embassy’s art collection includes a reminder of the warm relations between Canada & this country. During WWII, Canada helped provide refuge for its royal family, including the young Princess Beatrix. And later, Canada helped liberate this country from Nazi rule.”
“What is the Netherlands?”…$10.5K & the lead. Ran out of time before the $2K “It’s”.
DJ! LT: $7200
Clint: $10,400/Jon: $12,300/Allan: $9,300
FJ! #210: PLANTS
Made famous by a 1959 musical, the flower seen here graces a coin of this European country.
ALLAN: “What IS
THE SWITZERLAND?” (NIL)
CLINT: “What is Germany?” ($1901) = $8,499
JON: “What is Austria?” ($6K) = $18,300