Tanya Blanchard (Alpharetta, GA) has
$39,000 through 4 questions to begin this episode. She still has
Those Jumps are used on the 6th and 8th questions, jumping over
$1,000 and $3,000. She then goes on to finish Round 1 with a total
of $64,600! On to Round 2...
Proving two wrongs can make a right, Julius Wagner-Jauregg won the
1927 Nobel Prize for treating syphilis patients with injections of
B: Typhoid fever
C: Bubonic plague
Tanya starts by saying that part of her wants to say C. She then
wants to take a chance, but after being reminded of what she has
and what she could end up with after this question, she decides to
walk. She would have actually said A, which was the right answer,
but hey, she does leave with $64,600!
Sanjeev Sirpal (Los Angeles, CA)
He's ready to win some big money.
He turns to the audience on the 3rd question, unsure about who
used the handle "thegoodlonglife" on Match.com. The majority of
the audience thought it was Betty White (59%), but Sanjeev decides
to jump. Good move, as not only was it actually Martha Stewart
(33%), but the question only had $100! At the end of the episode,
he has $20,000 after 4 questions; Sanjeev will be back tomorrow!
In the nightcap, clogger Michael
Screws (Dallas, TX) is clogging all the way up the ladder. His
final question in round 10 asked him what planet was thought to be
a star until it was viewed through a telescope in 1781? Michael
walks with $32,050. Correct: Uranus.
One-off Gary Nelson will take on
the $100,000 for $1000.
Which country supplies new mothers with a maternity package that
includes a crib, cloth diapers, balaclava and condoms?
He says B. It was A.