Sally has a degree in existential phenomenological psychology.
$500: In a famous Britney Spears song, what lyric comes immediately after the line, "Oops!...I did it again"?
A - I mistook Jesse Eisenberg for Michael Cera
B - I went in the pool right after I ate
C - I transported stolen goods over state lines
D - I played with your heart
$1000: Money-saving expert Jeff Yeager suggests that when there's no safe, travelers put their money in an empty what, as hotel thieves generally don't steal toiletries?
A - ice bucket
B - stick of deodorant
C - bureau drawer
D - trash can
$2000: The second hand of a clock travels at approximately what speed?
A - 78 rpm
B - 45 rpm
C - 33 1/3 rpm
D - 1 rpm
Sally was dreading any question dealing with numbers, so she's going to ask the audience. Before Chris can say anything, Sally says, "I just figured it out", but she's already used the lifeline.
A - 0%
B - 9%
C - 9%
D - 82%
$3000: A fierce real-life rivalry between Cadbury and Rowntree inspired the fictional corporate rivalry in what classic children's novel?
A - The Phantom Tollbooth
B - Black Beauty
C - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
D - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
Sally is stoked to see a question about words. After discussing the plots of each, she notes that
$5000: "Himno Istmeño," or "Isthmus Hymn," is what country's national anthem?
A - Portugal
B - Dominican Republic
C - Chile
D - Panama
Sally says this must be her lucky day.
$7000: In 2018, Stacey Cunningham made history when she became the first woman to preside over wht finance-related institution in its 226-year history?
A - New York Stock Exchange
B - The Wall Street Journal
C - Goldman Sachs
D - U.S. Federal Reserve
Sally doesn't know this off the top of her head but she isn't going to make an "rpm mistake". She subtracts 226 from the year and then says
She says she should have gone for it, and makes