Shannon Hindahl (Collinsville, IL): Pharmacist
Emily Bridges (Laurel, MD): Communications dir.
2-DAY CHAMP: Justin Vossler
FAKE NEWS (last night’s Michael Phelps vs. shark showdown was considered a good example)
THE U.S. OF ATTRACTIONS
THE PERKS OF AGING
FIRST FAMILY FUN & FOLLIES
DOUBLE “P” WORDS
Justin: $600/Emily: $1,600/Shannon: $1,200
Shannon walks into the DD $800 deep in Shoe Names & is in 2nd w/ $3400, exactly eight Benjamins off the other woman for the early lead; the one-grand mark is where Justin’s at. Shannon takes a $1.5K gamble on the next answer.
When an old sailing ship took on water bilge, these kept it afloat.
She can’t figure out they were pumps.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $600 (Fake News)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $3800
TOTAL LT: $4400
Justin: $400/Emily: $7,200/Shannon: $2.5K
20th C. WORDS
Justin quadruples up to begin the rd. when picking European Geography & DD #1 rears its hopefully not-so-ugly head in the $1200 clue. He’ll try to double his $1600.
This capital that shares its name w/ its country lies about 12 miles inland from Italy’s Adriatic Coast.
“What is San Marino?”…successful TDD. He later captures DD #2 on the $1200 Animal Farm block w/ a chance to take 1st away from Emily (12 grand) w/ $7200; Shannon’s in 2nd for $8100. He’ll bet $2K.
Each Sun. the animals hoisted their hoof & horn flag, which Orwell used to represent this communist symbol.
“What is the hammer & sickle?”…right on.
ATTEMPTED LT: $2800
UNATTEMPTED LT: $6K
TOTAL DJ! LT: $8800
Justin: $14K/Emily: $11,600/Shannon: $8,100
FJ! #226: COLLEGES
When this symbol opened in 1845, the curriculum for the class of 50 had Math & Navigation, Chemistry & Gunnery & Steam.
SHANNON: “What is the Naval Academy I ♥ Eddie Veddor!” ($8K) = $16,100
EMILY: “What is MIT?” (BUSTS)
JUSTIN: SAME AS SHANNON ($4K) = $18K $72.5K