Terry Kent goes for Win #4 today!
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|Ryan Tucker, a sales support representative from Charleston, SC
||Earl Holland, a sports copy and web editor from Newark, DE
||Terry Kent, a real estate attorney from Los Angeles, CA (3-day total: $15,000)
The difference this time out? Earl picked up three key rebounds in Double Jeopardy! That neg penalty is a lot worse than you think in this game!
Final Jeopardy! category: THE WORLD SERIES
Final Jeopardy! clue: This is the most recent National League team to win back-to-back World Series
Who are the Cincinnati Reds? (1975 & 1976)
Scores going into Final:
Terry 8,500 – 8,009 = 491 (Who are the St. Louis Cardinals?)
Earl 16,000 – 1,001 = 14,999 (Who are the Cardinals?) (1-day total: $5,000)
Daily Double locations:
1) CONNECT 4 750 (15th pick)
Terry 5000 -1000 (Earl 2000 Ryan 1250)
2) 50 SHADES OF JIM GRAY 1500 (3rd pick)
Earl 3500 +1500 (Terry 2500 Ryan -750)
3) 1987 NFL SCAB TEAM NICKNAMES 1000 (15th pick)
Earl 10500 +1500 (Terry 7000 Ryan -750)
On the scoreboard:
20 – 00
01 – 99
Do you think you know the significance? Leave a comment!
Earl 15,500 Coryat, 17 correct, 2 incorrect, 28.89% in first on buzzer
Terry 8,500 Coryat, 19 correct, 5 incorrect, 48.89% in first on buzzer
Ryan -2,750 Coryat, 5 correct, 5 incorrect, 17.78% in first on buzzer
Terry Kent, final stats:
2/4 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: 2,750)
1/4 in Final Jeopardy
42.77% in first on buzzer (77/180)
Average Coryat: 14,375
Earl Holland, stats to date:
2/2 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: 3,000)
0/1 in Final Jeopardy
28.89% in first on buzzer (13/45)
Average Coryat: 15,500
Earl Holland, to win:
2 games: 57.03%
Avg. streak: 2.327 games.
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Scoreboard suggestion from Matt Pahuski:
Tom Brady was selected 199th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft.
Scoreboard suggestion from Aria Gerson:
The 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney had a record 199 nations compete.
Congratulations to Earl, he was clearly the better player and is a deserving champion. In rehearsal, Earl nailed the buzzer timing immediately and was giving good answers, so it was evident that he had the stuff. And he showed it.
In the 2000 season of Formula One, the Jordan 199 was replaced by the EJ10.
I’d forgotten about that one.
Oh, the Jordan 199. When I was a much more naive F1 fan, I was sad when Frentzen’s car just decided to stop at the Nurburgring.
Pretty obvious in hindsight that the electronics in that bucket were likely not within the confines of the rulebook, though.