POETRY FILL IN THE BLANK
Sharath chooses a PDD at the $600 Who having $2600 this evening; Michael’s just getting started here w/ $600 & Alec has four biggies. This is to add $2K to Sharath’s bank.
The bridge seen here was designed in the 1870s by this French engineer.
“Who is Le Corbusier?”…no, it was Gustave Eiffel, best known for that Tower in Paris.
Michael: $600/Sharath: $1,400/Alec: $5K
ATTEMPTED LT: $2K
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $400 (Wear)
TOTAL LT: $2400
Michael: $1,600/Sharath: $2K/Alec: $6,400
IN THE RED
YOU DO THE GEOGRAPHIC MATH
You Do the Geographic Math as Sharath unlocks a DD in its $1200 window having a 2nd-place total of $5200 & he currently is the face value of this incoming clue behind Alec; Michael’s at the $2K mark. Sharath takes a $3K chance on this:
The name of Great Lakes times the number of countries that border the U.S.
“What is 10?”…five Great Lakes times two countries equal that number. Sharath completes a crucial DDS by picking the $2K “Ping” & sits at $9800, $1800 behind Alec in Game 2 & $3K ahead of Michael. He’ll try for yet another three g-spots:
It’s the job of U.N. troops placed between hostile factions.
“What is mediating?” won’t work- what is peacekeeping? Can’t find out about the $400 Ewww! Gross! answer before the BoT sound.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1200 (“Ping”)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $5600
TOTAL DJ! LT: $6800
Michael: $7,200/Sharath: $10,800/Alec: $11,600
SHARATH’S CORYAT FOR TONIGHT: $14K
OVERALL CORYATS FOR TOURNEY FINAL:
FJ! #52: EARLY AMERICA
William Bradford wrote that this document was partly inspired by the “mutinous speeches” of some passengers.
MICHAEL: “What is the Mayflower Compact?” ($7K) = $14,200
ALEC: SAME (DOUBLE) + $16.5K = $39,700
SHARATH: SAME ($901) + $28K = W BY A BUCK