T: Angela & Jodi (Minden, IA)
#1: Ed Sheeran co-wrote which of these chart-topping Justin Bieber songs- “Sorry” or “Love Yourself”?
“Love Yourself”– 20K (L)/10K (R)/5K (R)
#2: The famous photograph of Earth taken in 1972 by the crew of the Apollo 17 spacecraft was commonly known by which of these names- “Crystal Ball” or “Blue Marble”?
“Blue Marble”– 100 (L)/1 (JUST R OF 25K)/10K (R)
#3: Which kind of animal was the central character of the Jack London novel The Call of the Wild– dog or bear?
Dog– 10 (L)/10K (L)/25K
#4: In a tradition dating back over a century, strawberries and cream is the tasty treat of choice at which grand slam tennis event- Wimbledon or French Open?
Wimbledon– 100 (L)/25K/10K (R)
#5: Sterling Cooper was a fictional company central to which long-running TV series- “The Office” or “Mad Men”?
“Mad Men”– 1 (FARTHEST L)/10 (L)/100 (R) = $115,322
SENT TO ISOLATION: ANGELA
R2 Freebies (#4 & #7): 10K/1 (IN BETWEEN 50K/100K)
#1 (#5): In the lyrics of his famous single, Rick Astley proised he was “Never” going to do ALL of the following EXCEPT for what- break your heart, run around or let you down?
Break your heart– 50K
#2 (#4): Who fought for boxing’s world heavyweight title at the ’74 match known as “The Rumble in the Jungle”- Frazier v. Ali, Foreman v. Frazier or Foreman v. Ali?
Foreman v. Ali– 10 (IN BETWEEN 100K/125K)
#3 (#3- TRIPLE): In the iconic piano scene in the movie “BIG”, which musical piece did Tom Hanks & Robert Loggia play w/ their feet after “Heart and Soul”- “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”, “Chopsticks” or “Happy Birthday to You”?
“Chopsticks”– 10 (IN BETWEEN 10K/25K)/100 (JUST L OF 250K)/250K
End-of-R2 Deductions: 5K/250K = $170,443
#6- 1 (IN BETWEEN 200K/300K)
#1 (#5): Which of these grocery brands was actually named for a real person rather than a fictional spokescharacter- Betty Crocker, Cap’n Crunch, Chef Boyardee or Aunt Jemima?
Betty Crocker (A: Chef Boyardee)- 1 (IN BETWEEN 200K/300K)
#2 (#5): Ranked as the most popular dog breed acc. to the AKC, the Labrador Retriever belongs to which dog breed group- Working, Herding, Sporting or Hound?
Sporting– 1 (FURTHEST L)
#3 (#6): Invented by Thomas Edison in 1877, the phonograph was the first device that could reproduce a recorded sound. Which nursery rhyme did Edison recite for the first recording on his groundbreaking invention- “Jack and Jill”, “Mary Had a Little Lamb”, “Itsy Bitsy Spider” or “Humpty Dumpty”?
“Humpty Dumpty” (A: “Mary Had a Little Lamb”)- 1 (IN BETWEEN 300K/400K)
#6- 100 (JUST L OF THE MILLION)
#3- 10 (IN BETWEEN 100K/200K)- $195,322 CONTRACT SIGNED