[Must not do Survivor
No offense to Kristin, but I'll admit to saying "familiar" out loud more than once during Colin's second DD. If Colin gets it right then that is a runaway victory. All of the other what ifs do not seem to matter as Kristin would have bet more on her FJ! wager as necessary.
Colin did not lose because his DD wager on the miss was too big, the board was not completed or because Kristin got clue 29 in the DJ! round.
Kristin knew the correct response of 23 and Colin did not. That is the deciding point of the match.
Sure, I can put 11 on the poll. First I wrote 11. I had a strong whisper in my head from ghosts of high school math that 1 was not a prime number. Brilliant me instead of being orderly and going to the 20s decided that whole group was out. I jumped to the 30s and continuing my genius had 37 come to me as two prime number digits.
Wait, dummy, what about 35? Oh! I switched. I would need a replay to see if I beat the buzzer as I made 33 the last thing I wrote although it may have been milliseconds late. 3 as a prime and 3 as prime had me attempt a response even worse than 35 (7x5 ugh just as bad) as the 11x3 did not hit me in time.
Thirty seconds should have been about 20 seconds more than enough to have eliminated 11-19, wiped out 20-22 and locked in 23. The kind of fail I'm good at and always grateful to have done at home than like Colin to have happen on the stage.
Congrats Kristin for accomplishing the terrific feat of winning five games on Jeopardy!
. We'll get that baseball Pavlov bumped in plenty of time for the TOC.
It was my intention for it to have been and one and long gone after last night with the veiled "Sully" wardrobe top comment, but then you went and did Rango tonight.