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July 21, 2015

In Reruns Now:
Celebrity Name Game
Family Feud
Let's Make a Deal
The Price Is Right
Wheel of Fortune
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

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Road to an Empty Suit in a Chair 2016

@midnight with Chris Hardwick
by Chico Alexander
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Comedy Central: 12:01a/11:01p
Host: Chris Hardwick
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Alice Wetterlund
Randall Park
"Fresh Off the Boat"
Hari Kondabolu

While you were busy playing your sousaphone next to a bunch of white supremacists flying the rebel flag, we were playing games for fake points and fun. Tonight's #HashtagWars: #BabyJams. We end in a three-way tie with 800.

Next up, we have Poli Sigh (presidential coverage) and tonight's Live Challenge, Trump Card. Troll-in-chief frontrunner Donald Trump just gave out Lindsey Graham's phone number in a stump speech. Come up with an outgoing message for said number. The grand goes to Randall for a message involving certain foliage on the human body that we won't repeat here. Because we're classy like that.

Time's running out with The AA-Team. Randall goes from first to worst.

FTW: dedicated to a animator who ate Chipotle for lunch 153 days in a row. Share an entry in your Chipotle journal. The winner: "Day 1: This is a good idea." HARI KONDABOLU wins the Internet with his brevity!

Remember, today's funny becomes tomorrow's source material. Follow the game online @midnight.

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  Scott capped a win yesterday by being the only one with the correct response in Final Jeopardy!. He'll try and prove himself again up against...
Scott Lord

Santa Monica, CA
construction attorney
Eliza Thompson
entertainment editor
Jake Smith
wine salesman

Scott starts with $200 Americana. At the TV timeout, Scott's got some stiff competition with $1400 to Jake's $2200. Out in front: Eliza on $3600.

Jake finds the Daily Double under $600 Lighthouses. Trailing by $600, he bets $3000 on this: all US lighthouses come under the jurisdiction of this branch of the armed services. "What is the Coast Guard?" Right for $8000, where he ends the round against Eliza's $5800. Scott, on $1600, will get freedom of the board to start Double Jeopardy!...

... with $400 "Born" to Be a Song. Jake finds the first Daily Double under $2000 Sophocles, Euripides & Aeschylus. He halves the level on this: in Sophocles' play about her, revenge is on the mind of this daughter of Agamemnon. "Who is Antigone?" No, it was Electra, dropping him to $11,400.He'll try again with $1200 Peninsulas. He fronts $1000 again on this: the southeastern Mexican state of Quintana Roo is on this peninsula. "I wish I had made it a True Daily Double. What is the Yucatan Peninsula?" Says the man who's now up to $22,400. He ends with $22,800 to $13,200. Eliza has $6200. Everyone's still in it, but Scott and Eliza need a LOT of help.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "Historic Names": in 1909 this Oxford student surveyed crusader castles in the Mideast; a few years later he returned for less peaceful activities. Correct response: who was TE Lawrence? 

Scott doubles up. Jake... is wrong. Scott wins again with $26,400, giving him a two-day take of $55,401!