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Tests of Brain & Brawn
Brawn vs. Brains
by Chico Alexander
GSN: 10p/9c & 10:30p/9:30c
Host: Ben Gleib
Paul & Ariel
Chelsea & Paula
It's Brains vs. Brawn one more
time, only this time, it's for cash.
- Brawn: Which one is definitely a vegetarian. They go with the
grass-fed beef for $160.
- Brains: Touch the hands that are the biggest in real life. They
touch the hands of Big Ben... and they have $180!
- Brawn: Touch what shows 32=0. They go with the thermometer...
and that's right for another $120.
- Brains: Which of these is aloud? They go with "No running"...
and they have the lead, $400 to $280.
- Ariel: first, touch the American Grizzly Bear. Then touch the
grizzly bare American. She does for $100.
- Paula: touch the garbage bag. She bangs on a trash can. But the
word "bag" is in "garbage".
- Paul: Which is best known for bringing you luck? He picks the
three-leaf clover, but it was the 13. He didn't say what kind of
- Chelsea: Which whirred Cannes ewe reed allowed inn too weighs?
She goes with "moped"... right for $625 to the brawns' $380.
- $1000 (Paul vs. Paula): Touch the straight line that, if
extended, would cut a kite exactly in half. Both sides are wrong
going with lines on the kite. The orange kite had a straight LINE.
As in the one you would grab.
- $2500 (Ariel vs. Chelsea): Touch the country that spells a
different country if you remove one S. Chelsea went with
"Countries of the World"... Panic. Ariel.... went with Australia.
If you remove one S from Indonesia, you get... India! (INDONE SIA
- ONE S? Get it?) Brains win, $625-$380!
- Touch the frame that contains tan even number of animals. Ariel
touches the entire picture. Chelsea...touches the same frame.
There are six pictures, each one with an odd number of animals. If
you add six odd numbers... you get an EVEN NUMBER! PAY THOSE
LADIES THAT MONEY, $10,000!
In the nightcap, Inna & Ben
(dating) lead Hydeia & Miles (married), $260 to $120.
The $1000 H2H: touch the two-headed coin. The quarter has two
heads on it: George Washington and the eagle. Hydeia runs out of
time. Inna adds $50. The $2500 H2H: which shape on the graph makes
this equation true: _ix = 6. Ben went with a 0, which is what they
get, zero. Miles hits the hyperbola. That's also wrong. It was the
S-curve. Inna & Ben win, $310-$120.
SMART MONEY: logically which number
below goes next in this sequence - 9 5 6 5 4 4 2 4 ?: 0, 1, 4, 6,
8. Ben touches the 9. Why. Inna runs out of time. Let's play the
counting game. Count the letters in each word, the answer is 8. No
more money, but they leave with $310.
by Chico Alexander
Crackle: streaming Wednesdays
Host: Dan Patrick with Kelly Miyahara & Howie Schwab
1) Nate Marks: 51,501 (LOCK)
2) Steve Greene: 51,500 (LOCK)
2) Justin Shibilski: 50,500 (LOCK)
This is it. The absolute last chance
to get a spot in the inaugural Sports Jeopardy! Championship. It's
either going to Justin Shibilski (sitting on 50,500) or one of
venture capital analyst
In the owner's box today: Kelly's
AJ gets the draw and will pick first with 250 NFL. At the TV
timeout, Keith has the lead with 2750 to the others' 1750 a pop.
As noted, Nate Marks (sitting on 51,501) and Steve Greene (51,500)
are locked into the Championship. They await either Justin
Shibilski or whoever can match or beat him.
AJ finds the Toshiba Daily Double under 1000 Letterman. He's
making it true on this: in 1985 Dave said this guy tipped the
scale at 304 lbs. & that he was the heaviest man to score a TD off
a set play. "Who is William 'The Fridge' Perry?" FOR THE DOUBLER,
6500! He ends with that much to 4750 for Keith. Maximillian has
4000 and the first clue to kick off Double Jeopardy!...
... with 500 Get Schooled with Neil DeGrasse Tyson, presented by
the noted astrophysicist, finding the first Daily Double under 750
I Played for Dean Smith (C-Note: no stress, but if you get this
wrong, you don't want to know me). He wants to milk this for all
the cheese. The clue: in an '82 "Big Game" he picked off an errant
pass by Georgetown with 7 seconds left to clinch Coach's first
NCAA title. "Who is James Worthy?" Big Game James doubles him up
to 8000! AJ finds the other under 1500 Alphabetically Last Team
Nicknames. He's making it true again.... in all the NHL. "Who are
the... " Wild. The Minnesota Wild. He couldn't convert, so back to
zero he goes. He recovers 1000 to Keith's 10,250. Maximillian is
out in front with 13,500.
What this means is that Justin Shibilski will return next week to
play for $50,000, as no one can mathematically catch him today.
FINAL SPORTS JEOPARDY! in "Baseball Oddities": recently retired,
this Cardinal was the first player since Babe Ruth to win 10 games
& hit 50 home runs. Correct response: who is Rick Ankiel?
With a wave and a smile and a hi, mom, Maximillian maxes out to
Next week, Nate Marks, Steve Greene, and Justin Shibilski. Three
titans of sports trivia, but only one can be the champion.