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Transcript 05/07/18 Scott Harris

#1 Post by BBTranscriptTeam » Wed May 30, 2018 5:05 pm

Scott Harris
Las Vegas, NV

$500
When he officially resigned in 2013, Pope Benedict did all but which of the following on his last day of work?
A: Met with the cardinals B: Said goodbye to his followers
C: Pledged obedience to his successor D: Superglued his boss'[sic] desk drawers shut

Spoiler
D: Superglued his boss'[sic] desk drawers shut

$1,000
Fittingly, visitors to which of these museums can take an audio tour narrated in Klingon language made famous by "Star Trek"?
A: The Louvre B: Metropolitan Museum of Art
C: Smithsonian Air & Space Museum D: British Museum

Spoiler
C: Smithsonian Air & Space Museum

$2,000
In a lucky accident, where did a driver who'd pulled over to find a place to use the restroom discover the 49,000-year-old remains of an Aboriginal village?
A: Australia B: Switzerland
C: Canada D: Denmark

Spoiler
A: Australia

$3,000
Featuring a panel of nine stars, which of these is VH1's version of a classic game show that's been hosted by both Peter Marshall and Tom Bergeron?
A: Win Lil Wayne's Money B: Beatbox the Clock
C: Hip Hop Squares D: The Most Punk-Ass Link

Spoiler
C: Hip Hop Squares

$5,000
Adding the word "Girl" to all but which of these will create the title of a recent best-selling book?
A: "The ____ With The Dragon Tattoo" B: "Gone ____ [sic]
C: "____ Jobs" D: "The ____ On The Train"

Spoiler
C: "____ Jobs"

$7,000
According to the Gates Foundation, which of these animals is responsible for the most human deaths, 10 times more than all of the other choices combined?
A: Snake B: Mosquito
C: Tiger D: Shark

Spoiler
B: Mosquito

$10,000
Dolman, raglan and three-quarter are all commons types of what part of an article of clothing?
A: Sleeve B: Hem
C: Brim D: Collar

Spoiler
Scott’s +1 is his wife, Yolanda, who knows a lot more about clothes than he does. She's actually wearing a 3/4 sleeve and though she hasn't heard of the other two terms, believes it to be A.

Spoiler
A: Sleeve

First commercial break

$20,000
Which one of these is an actual college offering a legitimate diploma, and NOT a fictional school featured on a TV show?
A: Hillman College B: UC Sunnydale
C: Harvey Mudd College D: Greendale Community College

Spoiler
C: Harvey Mudd College

$30,000
Returning for an honorary award in 1972 after a 20-year European exile, what screen legend received one of the longest standing ovations in Oscar history?
A: George C. Scott B: Charlie Chaplin
C: Marlon Brando D: Roman Polanski

Spoiler
B: Charlie Chaplin

$50,000
If Alpha-Bits cereal were available in alphabets from around the world, which one would have the greatest number of different tasty frosted letters?
A: Hebrew Alpha-Bits B: Greek Alpha-Bits
C: Hawaiian Alpha-Bits D: Russian Alpha-Bits

Spoiler
50/50 leaves B & D.

Spoiler
A: 0% B: 35% C: 0% D: 65%

Brian decides to walk.
Spoiler
He would have guessed D
The correct answer is D: Russian Alpha-Bits
Brian wins $30,000

Second commercial break

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Re: Transcript 05/07/18 Scott Harris

#2 Post by ghostjmf » Wed May 30, 2018 8:46 pm

50K: Hawaiian uses the fewest English letters. Hebrew & Greek have about the same #; basically same source. Gotta be Russian, but 50/50 to be more sure.

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Re: Transcript 05/07/18 Scott Harris

#3 Post by earendel » Thu May 31, 2018 6:05 am

BBTranscriptTeam wrote:Scott Harris
Las Vegas, NV
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