The J! and DJ! rounds had 58 clues total. The players had 59R total thanks to the double dipping on the reversal clues. No one had any Lach Trash tonight. There wasn't any available. All the players left, well Dave only, up for grabs was Dr. Zhivago.
Black Maria = Hearts and not Spades? In box 2? Okay, writers you got me. My name is not Hoyle.
"P"s ON EARTH $200: A groundhog named Phil is the center of attention on February 2 here
Mark: What is Pennsylvania?
I counted it although I could have handled the inevitable BMS from Alex.
Sean's $1400 out of $8600 DD wager in the J! round with the "P" hint in place was very weak. Yesterday was yesterday. He needed to bet with better confidence today. Dave should have been a goner after his DD miss, but instead still had a chance in the FJ! round.
I was done with Dave after clue 9. He got Cy Young and then switched categories. Go Sean.
The FJ! category had me consider guys for the Dec. of Ind. and the Constitution. Hancock was part of my brainstorm during the break. When I saw the clue I had to do Ham, no. Han, yes. Done. The shots of Sean during think time and the reveal had me less than 100% certain he had it right.
Okay, Bilow on the bubble tomorrow. It's exciting to know the TOC field is still unsettled for viewers.
I need a new method to pick my 6 J! 6 categories. I was 3/6 on the ones I played for real and then 6/6 when I played the ones that don't count. Even with multiple choice I can mess up.