TD 432 - Throwback III (Final results)

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q2 revealed)

Post by mahatma » Mon Oct 07, 2019 4:37 pm

The relative results of South Africa, Australia, Japan and South Korea here could be Exhibit A in the landmark ‘Is TD Gambling or a Game of Skill?’ case.

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q2 revealed)

Post by Ironhorse » Mon Oct 07, 2019 5:21 pm

I have no idea what the President's Cup even is and wanted to drop it but needed the drop worse later. I figured Gary Player being from South Africa would make that answer a fairly safe bet.
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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q2 revealed)

Post by twelvefootboy » Mon Oct 07, 2019 10:50 pm

Ironhorse wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 5:21 pm
I have no idea what the President's Cup even is and wanted to drop it but needed the drop worse later. I figured Gary Player being from South Africa would make that answer a fairly safe bet.
This was an awesome question! I knew this existed back in the day as a counterpart to the Ryder Cup for the rest of the world, but have not heard anything about it at all, even before the Ryder Cup became a competitive thing.

You punk'd a lot of boardies with this one! I'll get down and keep them company soon :).
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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q2 revealed)

Post by MollyQMurphy » Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:34 am

CasketRomance wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 3:40 pm
Ironhorse wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 3:15 pm
For some reason I felt confident Anna Kendrick would sheep...
never heard of her
All I know about her is she's done a crap-ton of snarky commercials for Hilton Hotels, and I vaguely recognize I've seen her in something each time she shows up there. I guess that's one step up from a Kardashian...or demonstrates how very old I've gotten.
Pending...

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q3-Q5 revealed)

Post by clt013 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:35 am

3. Iowa (410) - Actress Randi Oakes was born in Sumner; Answer one of these clues relating to her career.

She was the most dunked on this competition between television celebrities (Battle of the Network Stars)
Her longest role on a TV show was on CHiPs. Name either of the two lead actors (scored separately) who played Jon and Ponch (Larry Wilcox, Erik Estrada)
Played a young Taurus woman on this sci-fi series starring Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict (Battlestar Galactica)
Married Gregory Harrison - who was Gonzo Gates on this CBS medical drama (Trapper John, M.D.)
While a young model, romantically linked to this Super Bowl III MVP (Joe Namath)
She made three appearances on each of these ABC series (scored separately) that featured different guests every episode and aired back-to-back on Saturdays (The Love Boat, Fantasy Island)
Served as a panelist on these two games (hosted by Gene Rayburn and Jon "Bowzer" Bauman) that were combined into an hour-long show (scored separately) (Match Game, Hollywood Squares)

The flock goes "Gonzo"…

Trapper John, M.D. (SHEEP) - 7
Gamawire
Floridagator
mahatma
clprez
Coach P
squarekara
Bigdogstalfos

Erik Estrada - 6
casketromance
twelvefootboy
heppm01
ElendilPickle
classicroadster
bmwhitehead

Joe Namath - 5
Ironhorse
gwallace2
Rackme32
SenseiCAY
ReinholdGoldthwait

Battlestar Galactica - 3
MollyQMurphy
econgator
ChexMix

Hollywood Squares - 2
Vermonter
JeopardyFan#9821

SINGLETONS - 1

Battle of the Network Stars
Peachbox

The Love Boat
MarkBarrett

Match Game
spell4yr

NOT USED
Larry Wilcox
Fantasy Island

DROP = 0
xabe
threearruda

WRONG ANSWER = 11
merica (Sha-Na-Na)

4. A to Z (413) - The list of most populous US cities by letter starts with Austin, TX and ends at Zionsville, IN. Name another state (besides TX or IN) that includes at least one other city on the list. [Notes: Totals based on 2018 Census estimates. "W" (Washington, DC) is also eliminated from consideration.]

Three of the five misses were the same state…

Arizona (Phoenix, Tucson) [Co-SHEEP] - 4
MarkBarrett
gwallace2
threearruda
Bigdogstalfos

Ohio (Xenia) [Co-SHEEP] - 4
clprez
JeopardyFan#9821
Coach P
squarekara

California (Los Angeles, Upland) - 3
Rackme32
heppm01
ElendilPickle

Florida (Jacksonville) - 3
Gamawire
bmwhitehead
econgator

Illinois (Chicago) - 3
merica
xabe
spell4yr

Virginia (Virginia Beach) - 3
Ironhorse
casketromance
ChexMix

SINGLETONS - 1

Missouri (Kansas City)
mahatma

New York (New York City, Yonkers)
Peachbox

North Carolina (Greensboro, Raleigh)
SenseiCAY

Oklahoma (Oklahoma City)
Vermonter

NOT USED
Massachusetts (Boston, Quincy)
Tennessee (Memphis)

WRONG ANSWERS = 8
Floridagator (Pennsylvania)
ReinholdGoldthwait (Pennsylvania)
twelvefootboy (Pennsylvania)
MollyQMurphy (Minnesota)
classicroadster (Maryland)

Close for PA: Philadelphia (1,584,138) was passed by Phoenix (1,660,272) between 2010 and 2018

5. Anniversary Edition (415) - Given two of the actors/actresses and the year of release, name one of these movies with "Wedding" in the title.

Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn (2005) [Wedding Crashers]
Jennifer Lopez, Matthew McConaughey (2001) [The Wedding Planner]
Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz (1997) [My Best Friend's Wedding]
Andie McDowell, Hugh Grant (1994) [Four Weddings and a Funeral]
Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore (1998) [The Wedding Singer]
Nia Vardalos, John Corbett (2002) [My Big Fat Greek Wedding]
Toni Collette, Rachel Griffiths (1994) [Muriel's Wedding]
Kevin Hart, Kaley Cuoco (2015) [The Wedding Ringer]
Roberto De Niro, Katherine Heigl (2013) [The Big Wedding]
Fred Astaire, Jane Powell (1951) [Royal Wedding]

The "singer" edges out the "planner" and hits #1…

The Wedding Singer (SHEEP) - 6
MarkBarrett
ReinholdGoldthwait
classicroadster
JeopardyFan#9821
econgator
spell4yr

The Wedding Planner - 5
casketromance
heppm01
xabe
clprez
Bigdogstalfos

Wedding Crashers - 4
Ironhorse
twelvefootboy
bmwhitehead
threearruda

My Best Friend's Wedding - 3
Floridagator
Vermonter
MollyQMurphy

Four Weddings and a Funeral - 2
Gamawire
SenseiCAY

Muriel's Wedding - 2
Peachbox
Coach P

Royal Wedding - 2
Rackme32
squarekara

The Wedding Ringer - 2
mahatma
ChexMix

My Big Fat Greek Wedding (SINGLETON!) - 1
ElendilPickle

NOT USED
The Big Wedding

DROP = 0
gwallace2
merica

STANDINGS AFTER Q5
1. JeopardyFan#9821 - 13
2. Vermonter - 14
3. MarkBarrett - 15
4. Gamawire - 17
4. gwallace2 - 17
4. threearruda - 17
4. xabe - 17
4. Peachbox - 17
9. ElendilPickle - 19
9. mahatma - 19
11. Ironhorse - 20
11. econgator - 20
11. ChexMix - 20
14. Bigdogstalfos - 22
14. merica - 22
14. casketromance - 22
14. Rackme32 - 22
18. MollyQMurphy - 23
19. SenseiCAY - 24
20. clprez - 25
20. squarekara - 25
20. bmwhitehead - 25
23. twelvefootboy - 26
23. heppm01 - 26
23. Coach P - 26
23. spell4yr - 26
27. ReinholdGoldthwait - 27
28. classicroadster - 28

ALL SHEEP LINE - 29

29. Floridagator - 30

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q3-Q5 revealed)

Post by mahatma » Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:47 am

clt013 wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:35 am
Erik Estrada - 6

NOT USED
Larry Wilcox
WILL IT NEVER END?!?!

Your friend,
Larry Wilcox

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q5 revealed)

Post by floridagator » Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:51 am

Not sure if I should kill myself or be happy that everyone knows I don't cheat.

I predicted Trapper John would sheep but went there anyway.
I'd rather cuddle then have sex. If you're into grammar, you'll understand.

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q2 revealed)

Post by SenseiCAY » Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:21 pm

MollyQMurphy wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:34 am
CasketRomance wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 3:40 pm
Ironhorse wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 3:15 pm
For some reason I felt confident Anna Kendrick would sheep...
never heard of her
All I know about her is she's done a crap-ton of snarky commercials for Hilton Hotels, and I vaguely recognize I've seen her in something each time she shows up there. I guess that's one step up from a Kardashian...or demonstrates how very old I've gotten.
I think comparing her to the Kardashians is a bit harsh. I loved the Pitch Perfect movies, even if they sort of diminished in quality (as a lot of trilogies do), and I thought she displayed some semblance of actual talent there.

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q3-Q5 revealed)

Post by CasketRomance » Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:55 pm

mahatma wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:47 am
clt013 wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:35 am
Erik Estrada - 6

NOT USED
Larry Wilcox
WILL IT NEVER END?!?!

Your friend,
Larry Wilcox
i went with estrada over wilcox because i thought estrada was the obvious and people would go with wilcox...going to have to start going to level 3 as people are at level 2 these days

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q3-Q5 revealed)

Post by mahatma » Tue Oct 08, 2019 4:04 pm

CasketRomance wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:55 pm
mahatma wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:47 am
clt013 wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:35 am
Erik Estrada - 6

NOT USED
Larry Wilcox
WILL IT NEVER END?!?!

Your friend,
Larry Wilcox
i went with estrada over wilcox because i thought estrada was the obvious and people would go with wilcox...going to have to start going to level 3 as people are at level 2 these days
So, clearly, I cannot choose the wine in front of you.

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q5 revealed)

Post by Bigdogstalfos » Tue Oct 08, 2019 4:25 pm

Out of five questions, I currently have three sheep, one almost-sheep, and a singleton. I feel like I’m getting close to the TD equivalent of the Golden Sombrero.

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q5 revealed)

Post by CasketRomance » Tue Oct 08, 2019 5:02 pm

Bigdogstalfos wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 4:25 pm
Out of five questions, I currently have three sheep, one almost-sheep, and a singleton. I feel like I’m getting close to the TD equivalent of the Golden Sombrero.
golden sombrero happens often, especially with the current state of baseball...try for the sam horn...hasn't been done since geoff jenkins

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q6-Q8 revealed)

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6. Hoop Hoop Hooray (416) - March Madness coverage on CBS is preceded by The Price is Right in my time zone. Name one of these games on the show hosted by Drew Carey.

"Yodely guy" climber moves up mountain slope based on accuracy of pricing guesses (Cliff Hangers)
30 seconds to guess correct price for two prizes - told "higher" or "lower" after each bid (Clock Game)
Successfully putting a golf ball into a hole wins a car (Hole in One (or Two))
Given seven $1 bills and shown first digit in price of a car, must guess remaining numbers and have $1 left at end to win (Lucky Seven)
A car and two prizes represented by giant locks; try to win keys that will unlock those prizes (Master Key)
Incorrect price for a car is shown, guess whether each digit needs to be moved up or down to get correct price (One Away)
Drop flat discs (or "chips") down a pegboard towards slots representing different amounts of money (Plinko)
In 45 seconds, try to match four prices with correct prizes; pull lever to see how many are correct and can make changes until time runs out (Race Game)
A spread for the price of a prize is displayed as a vertical scale, win by stopping "finder" so that right price is within red window (Range Game)
Draw balls from a hopper (formerly discs from a bag) - three with "X", five with digits in the price of a car (3 Strikes)

No answer went unused, but one proved to be far more popular than the rest…

Plinko (SHEEP) - 9
Rackme32
ReinholdGoldthwait
mahatma
ElendilPickle
classicroadster
bmwhitehead
clprez
JeopardyFan#9821
squarekara

Hole in One (or Two) - 2
gwallace2
Bigdogstalfos

Lucky Seven - 2
econgator
spell4yr

One Away - 2
MarkBarrett
Vermonter

SINGLETONS - 1

Cliff Hangers
threearruda

Clock Game
Gamawire

Master Key
SenseiCAY

Race Game
merica

Range Game
Floridagator

3 Strikes
ChexMix

DROP = 0
Ironhorse
twelvefootboy
Peachbox
MollyQMurphy
Coach P

SHEEP = 9
casketromance
heppm01
xabe

7. TD or Not TD (419) - Author Theodore Dreiser has those initials. Theodor Geisel was better known as the writer Dr. Seuss. Given the initials, name one of these Dr. Seuss book titles.

HHAW (Horton Hears a Who!)
TCITH (The Cat in the Hat)
OFTFRFBF (One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish)
HOP (Hop on Pop)
TAWIMP (There's a Wocket in My Pocket)
TBBB (The Butter Battle Book)
OTPYG (Oh, the Places You'll Go)
FIS (Fox in Socks)
GEAH (Green Eggs and Ham)
IIRTC (If I Ran the Circus)

Nobody loves Horton…

If I Ran the Circus (SHEEP) - 6
Rackme32
Peachbox
mahatma
xabe
JeopardyFan#9821
squarekara

Hop on Pop - 5
Gamawire
merica
bmwhitehead
threearruda
econgator

Oh, the Places You'll Go - 4
Vermonter
MollyQMurphy
clprez
spell4yr

Fox in Socks - 3
MarkBarrett
ElendilPickle
Coach P

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish - 3
Ironhorse
heppm01
Bigdogstalfos

The Cat in the Hat - 3
casketromance
Floridagator
ChexMix

There's a Wocket In My Pocket - 2
SenseiCAY
ReinholdGoldthwait

SINGLETONS - 1

Green Eggs and Ham
twelvefootboy

The Butter Battle Book
gwallace2

NOT USED
Horton Hears a Who!

DROP = 0
classicroadster

8. 1990 (422) - After I graduated from high school in 1990, I took a trip to Seattle. Answer one of these clues related to the city.

Nickname for either NCAA Division I basketball school located in the city [scored separately] (Huskies (U. of Washington), Redhawks (Seattle U.))
The city is located on an isthmus between these two large bodies of water (not Elliott Bay) [scored separately] (Puget Sound, Lake Washington)
Both winners of the Seattle Bowl (2001-02) were from this eastern conference (ACC)
This highest point in Washington can be seen from the city (Mount Rainier)
Sea-Tac airport is a hub for this 5th largest US airline (Alaska Airlines)
Downtown is passed by this north-south interstate (I-5)
This is the largest company (based on total revenue) headquartered in the city (Amazon)
The city's official nickname (as a result of 1981 contest) - a reference to lush evergreen forests of the area (Emerald City)

The "jewel" rules…

Emerald City (SHEEP) - 5
MarkBarrett
SenseiCAY
Floridagator
ReinholdGoldthwait
JeopardyFan#9821

Alaska Airlines - 4
MollyQMurphy
ElendilPickle
clprez
Bigdogstalfos

Huskies - 4
Ironhorse
Peachbox
mahatma
bmwhitehead

I-5 - 4
gwallace2
merica
econgator
spell4yr

Redhawks - 3
casketromance
Rackme32
Coach P

SINGLETONS - 1

ACC
threearruda

Amazon
xabe

Mount Rainier
heppm01

Puget Sound
Gamawire

NOT USED
Lake Washington

DROP = 0
Vermonter
squarekara

WRONG ANSWERS = 9
twelvefootboy (Boeing)
classicroadster (Pilots)
ChexMix (Starbucks)

STANDINGS AFTER Q8
1. Vermonter - 20
2. Gamawire - 24
2. gwallace2 - 24
2. threearruda - 24
5. MarkBarrett - 25
6. Peachbox - 27
6. Ironhorse - 27
8. econgator - 31
8. Bigdogstalfos - 31
8. MollyQMurphy - 31
11. merica - 32
11. SenseiCAY - 32
11. Coach P - 32
14. JeopardyFan#9821 - 33
14. xabe - 33
14. ChexMix - 33
17. ElendilPickle - 35
18. twelvefootboy - 36
18. spell4yr - 36
20. casketromance - 37
21. mahatma - 38
22. heppm01 - 39
22. Floridagator - 39
24. Rackme32 - 40
24. squarekara - 40
26. clprez - 42
27. bmwhitehead - 43
27. ReinholdGoldthwait - 43
29. classicroadster - 46

ALL SHEEP LINE - 49

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q2 revealed)

Post by MollyQMurphy » Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:44 pm

SenseiCAY wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:21 pm
MollyQMurphy wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:34 am
CasketRomance wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 3:40 pm
Ironhorse wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 3:15 pm
For some reason I felt confident Anna Kendrick would sheep...
never heard of her
All I know about her is she's done a crap-ton of snarky commercials for Hilton Hotels, and I vaguely recognize I've seen her in something each time she shows up there. I guess that's one step up from a Kardashian...or demonstrates how very old I've gotten.
I think comparing her to the Kardashians is a bit harsh. I loved the Pitch Perfect movies, even if they sort of diminished in quality (as a lot of trilogies do), and I thought she displayed some semblance of actual talent there.
THAT'S where I saw her! Thanks. The only one who really registered for me in that first movie was Rebel Wilson, so that's probably why I was vague on her. Haven't seen the others.

You're right, she was fine in that.
Pending...

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q8 revealed)

Post by classicroadster » Wed Oct 09, 2019 1:31 pm

I took a few of these off...and here I am back at the bottom.

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q8 revealed)

Post by CasketRomance » Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:32 pm

two others went with redhawks? disappointed...thought it was going to be a singleton

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q8 revealed)

Post by clprez » Wed Oct 09, 2019 9:58 pm

I had 2 coin flips where I picked the sheep instead of one that wasn't used.

fuji/japan
trapper john/fantasy island

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q8 revealed)

Post by floridagator » Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:08 pm

I originally dropped the Seattle question and then switched and went with the sheep.
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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q8 revealed)

Post by threearruda » Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:21 pm

CasketRomance wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:32 pm
two others went with redhawks? disappointed...thought it was going to be a singleton
I've learned to tread cautiously around sports questions because the sports knowledge of several folks here (including yourself) is VERY deep. I know people think along the same lines as you do. Luckily for me, I just couldn't quite pull Redhawks. U of Seattle is back in D-1 now, but my college basketball knowledge mostly lies in NCAA March Madness 06 on the Playstation (:D) and U of Seattle wasn't in that game.

I got lucky on the ACC clue though.. not only that no one else picked that one, but that I considered the Big East before realizing that a Pac-10 centered bowl likely wanted a big-name opponent, which you're more likely to get in the ACC. (Disgruntled Boston College football fan here, a Big East school at that time. Looks like there were only four or so competitive Big East teams that year). That lucky break (sort of) makes up for the fact that I talked myself out of my own damn home state in favor of Arizona in Q4. :roll: :lol:

Looking forward to the rest of the reveal.
Dumb college kid. Go BR!

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Re: TD 432 - Throwback III (Q1-Q8 revealed)

Post by CasketRomance » Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:25 pm

threearruda wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:21 pm
CasketRomance wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:32 pm
two others went with redhawks? disappointed...thought it was going to be a singleton
I've learned to tread cautiously around sports questions because the sports knowledge of several folks here (including yourself) is VERY deep. I know people think along the same lines as you do. Luckily for me, I just couldn't quite pull Redhawks. U of Seattle is back in D-1 now, but my college basketball knowledge mostly lies in NCAA March Madness 06 on the Playstation (:D) and U of Seattle wasn't in that game.

I got lucky on the ACC clue though.. not only that no one else picked that one, but that I considered the Big East before realizing that a Pac-10 centered bowl likely wanted a big-name opponent, which you're more likely to get in the ACC. (Disgruntled Boston College football fan here, a Big East school at that time. Looks like there were only four or so competitive Big East teams that year). That lucky break (sort of) makes up for the fact that I talked myself out of my own damn home state in favor of Arizona in Q4. :roll: :lol:

Looking forward to the rest of the reveal.
that is true...have learned that people on here do have a decent amount of sports knowledge, but that school was one i thought nobody would know since they are relatively new to division 1...i learned their name their first year back in divsion 1 when they beat the crap out of obama's brother-in-law's oregon state by like 50 as close to 50 point underdogs

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