It took all of five seconds to find Kate's video on YT:
At least I had company with my misses blurting Mitterand and Double Bubble.
$2K for "Midnight Train to Georgia"? Allrighty then, the writers want a buzzer battle.
Kate had no luck solving the gettable (if one is old enough) Lonesome Dove
or Alabama on her DDs when a solve on either one could have changed the wagering scenarios for the FJ! round.
Mukund solved his DD for the Camus work and had enough of a lead to win on the 3x miss.
I went old school in missing the FJ! clue by writing Emile Zola. There was no doubt about the Best Picture portion while the Nobel portion was a wish and a prayer that was not to be.
When Alex gave his hint after time was up I knew the movie was A Beautiful Mind
and I had John. I paused the game and it must have been at least 20 seconds before I completed it by coming up with Nash. So, I would have needed to very quickly get to the movie to have any chance to have solved it.
The clue has triple miss written all over it and the first poster here that had it as an instaget and was surprised it was not a triple get is poor at judging expected contestant results.
I'm looking forward to another Mukund time with Alex on Monday as the champ is 2/2 with the clown/kid and high/low voice stories so far.