Fourth Podium Poll for 1/8/2020 (SPOILERS)

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Which of these triple stumpers (and one missed DD) did you get?

$800 "B"EASTS: The European type of this grazing mammal is also called a wisent
31
37%
$400 GIVE US THE IMPERATIVE VERB!: To deposit it, sign your name on the back of the check!
69
83%
$200 TV HOMES & ADDRESSES: In the third season of this Netflix series, the wrestlers take up residence at the Fan-Tan Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas
46
55%
$800 A SPARKLING CATEGORY: Tara Strong gives voice to Twilight Sparkle in this animated series (Lisa: What is Rainbow Brite?)
50
60%
$1600 QUOTING POETS: This Dylan Thomas title is rhymed with "Though wise men at their end know dark is right" (Shaun: What is Do Not Go Gently Into The Good Night?) (Lisa: What is Do Not Go Gently Into That Good Night?)
39
47%
$2000 QUOTING POETS: These 3 words precede "the centre cannot hold" in Yeats' "The Second Coming"
24
29%
$2000 RIVER ISLANDS: Tiny Vukovar Island in the Danube River is claimed by both of these former members of Yugoslavia (Rachel: What are Serbia and Montenegro?) (Shaun: What are Serbia and Albania?)
45
54%
$800 RIVER ISLANDS: The Palais de Justice & Notre Dame Cathedral are both found on this île in the Seine
35
42%
$1200 FILM COMPOSERS: "De-Lovely": Kevin Kline as this red, hot & blue American
36
43%
$800 FILM COMPOSERS: "Immortal Beloved": Gary Oldman as him
51
61%
$1600 FILM COMPOSERS: "The Music Lovers": Richard Chamberlain as this Russian
44
53%
$2000 FILM COMPOSERS: "Testimony": Ben Kingsley as this Soviet composer
16
19%
$400 ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER DOLLAR: In 1886 this appropriate First Lady's portrait began appearing on $1 silver certificates
42
51%
$1600 ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER DOLLAR: In 2017 this Cherokee syllabary inventor appeared on the reverse of the $1 coin
32
39%
DD2 (not available for lach trash) $1600 clue in RIVER ISLANDS (Shaun bet $1500): This island of more than 1.5 million people is near the confluence of the Ottawa River & St. Lawrence River
49
59%
 
Total votes: 83

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Re: Fourth Podium Poll for 1/8/2020 (SPOILERS)

Post by Charis » Sat Jan 11, 2020 3:34 pm

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Re: Fourth Podium Poll for 1/8/2020 (SPOILERS)

Post by cheezguyty » Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:29 pm

opusthepenguin wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 10:00 pm
Three triple stumpers in SJ. Then ELEVEN in DJ. All but the top row clue in FILM COMPOSERS went begging. More than a third of the DJ clues--including two that elicited two wrong guesses before the final shrug. Yet still every single clue got uncovered. Wow. Is that a record?
The January 10, 2005 episode had six triple stumpers in SJ and then FIFTEEN in DJ, and yet every clue was revealed! :shock: There was also this UToC game with sixteen TSes in DJ, but since there were no uncovered clues during that entire tournament (despite there not being any wildcards available) it must not have been possible for the round to be cut short.

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Re: Fourth Podium Poll for 1/8/2020 (SPOILERS)

Post by morbeedo » Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:01 pm

:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :| :| :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :| :| :mrgreen:

OMG $10,200 not counting DD2

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