Challengers Who Are Both Attorneys: Catherine Meeker (ORL) & Mackenzie Brooks (San Diego- male)
3-WIN CHAMP: Justin Vossler $72.5K
YOU BUG ME
______ & ______
WHO WROTE THE LINE?
ALL THE DAYS OF ITALY
Justin: $2K/Brooks: $3,200/Catherine: $2K
The $1K Who Wrote the Line? lifts off the DD for Catherine, who now has the $3200 & the lead, $1K more than each of the men; should she miss, we’ll have a three-way tie for the lead.
“She lives in a world of her own– a word of– little glass ornaments.”
“Who is Tennessee Williams?”…it came from “The Glass Menagerie”- she’s right.
ATTEMPTED LT: $1K ($200 & $800 Who Wrote the Line?)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $200 (Bawlers)
TOTAL LT: $1200
Justin: $4,800/Brooks: $2,800/Catherine: $6,200
THE EMPIRE STRIKES OUT
THE MUSICAL ’70s
STATUARY HALL: THE STATE REPRESENTED
Catherine has closed out a topic w/ a DD again, this time during Statuary Hall: The State Represented; she stands at $13,800, Justin’s at 10 big ones & Mackenzie’s almost doubled up to $5200. She tries for two.
“What is Illinois?”…I’m afraid she crapped out on this one, because the actual state was NV. And later, we get our annual appearance of a DD at the top of a topic, the $400 Philosophers clue as picked by Justin; $15,600 is where he’s stuck on, $3800 over the woman & Mackenzie’s dropped to $3600. The next conservative wager on one of these clues is $1.5K as done by Justin.
When this philosopher died around 347 B.C., his nephew Speusippus took over the academy.
“Who is Plato?”…yo.
DJ! LT: $3200
Justin: $24,300/Mackenzie: $3,600/Catherine: $13,800
FJ! #227: EUROPE
Once a feudal state, it has the highest capital city in Europe at an elevation of about 3,300 ft.
MACKENZIE: “What is Austria” (BUSTS)
CATHERINE: “What is Germany” ($12,800) = $1K
JUSTIN: “What is Liechtenstein” (Correct: Where is Andorra?)($4K) = $20,300 $92,800