Rich Blashka (NY): Attorney
Alyssa Mondelli (St. Paul): Forensic scientist
CHAMP: Susan Corica
THE PRESIDENTIAL VERSE OF RICHARD ARMOUR
Susan: -$1,200/Alyssa: $600/Rich: $3,400
The man at the end hits the DD late in this rd. at the $800 block of The Presidential Verse of Richard Armour & has progressed to $4200; he’s the only one on the good side since Alyssa’s got -$400 & Susan’s dwindled to -$3200. He’s taking a $2K clue.
“After comparison with Benjamin Harrison it was good to have…” this man “…all over”.
“Who is William Henry Harrison?”- I would think not- Grover Cleveland. And that’s all for the rd., leaving these behind:
The Presidential Verse of Richard Armour: $1K
Makes Sense: $200 & $400
Online Learning: $200 & $400
ATTEMPTED LT: $5200
UNATTEMPTED LT: $2K
TOTAL LT: $7200
DRESS LIKE WOMEN
OSCAR-WINNING SONG PERFORMERS
THE “L” IT IS!
Rich finds DD #1 to end the Central America answers & is strongly on top w/ $9800 over Alyssa’s $3200 & Susan’s $400. He tries for three.
It’s BOTH the smallest Central American country in area & the most densely-populated.
“What is El Salvador?”…this male’s in five figures. The last DD is his too in the middle of Welsh Writers, but he’s NOT in LGT w/ his $12,800 as we look at the $7200 for Alyssa & the $800 for Susan. This $2.5K clue can move him back into runaway mode:
The poem “Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines” was written in 1934, when this Welshman was 19.
“Who is Eliot?”…no- who was Dylan Thomas? Susan’s right on its $1600 answer to stick around for Final.
ATTEMPTED LT: $2800 ($1200 & $1600 OSCAR-Winning Song Performers)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1800
TOTAL DJ! LT: $4600
RICH’S CORYAT: $13,800
FJ! #216: THE HUMAN BODY
Often considered appealing, this features are a genetic defect of the zygomaticus muscles of the face.
SUSAN: “What are dimples?” (DOUBLE) = $4,800
ALYSSA: AGREED ($4K) = $11,200
RICH: DITTO ($4200) = $14.5K