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Transcript 10/11/18 Dan Wu

#1 Post by BBTranscriptTeam » Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:10 pm

Dan Wu
Chef
Lexington, Ky.


$500
A parking enforcement officer typically puts a parking ticket where on your car?
A: Taped across the license plate B: Tucked under the windshield wiper
C: Crammed into a cup holder D: Rolled up in the tailpipe

Spoiler
B: Tucked under the windshield wiper


$1,000
In the early 1800s, when tomatoes were widely believed to be poisonous, which condiment was often made of berries, grapes or mushrooms instead?
A: Mustard B: Mayonnaise
C: Ranch dressing D: Ketchup

Spoiler
D: Ketchup


$2,000
Both the brow chakra of Hindu tradition AND the light-sensing organ on top of an iguana’s head are often referred to as a “third…” what?
A: Eye B: Ear
C: Nostril D: Nipple

Spoiler
A: Eye


$3,000
Only lasting a few episodes, what Fox sitcom was a spin-off of a show starring Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis?
A: Divorced…With Children B: Herman’s Feet
C: That ’80s Show D: Queen of the Hill

Spoiler
C: That ’80s Show


$5,000
Which word can refer to a small-scaled, light-colored spotted trout, or a method one might use to cook that particular fish?
A: Roast B: Boil
C: Char D: Bake

Spoiler
C: Char


$7,000
His 1968 cover of the Beatles’ “Lady Madonna” (12 years after “Blueberry Hill”) was the last Top 100 chart appearance for what rock pioneer, who died in 2017?
A: Fats Domino B: Fats Waller
C: Chubby Checker D: The Big Bopper

Spoiler
A: 69% B: 7% C: 20% D: 4%


Spoiler
A: Fats Domino


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$10,000
In 2018, Desiree Linden became the first American woman since 1985 to win what?
A: Wimbledon women’s singles title B: Boston Marathon
C: Olympic gold in the luge D: Kentucky Derby

Spoiler
B: Boston Marathon


$20,000
Often seen in movies about the Old West, a cuspidor is another name for a what?
A: Player piano B: Spittoon
C: Spur D: Cowboy hat

Spoiler
50/50 leaves spittoon and spur.


Spoiler
B: Spittoon


$30,000
From Yuri Gagarin in April 1961 through June 2018, the total number of people who’ve been to space falls into which range?
A: Between 1 and 500 B: Between 501 and 1,000
C: Between 1,001 and 1,500 D: Between 1,501 and 2,000

Spoiler
Dan says there have been over 10 people in space per year, so it’s B, but he’s not sure. His girlfriend Lauren advises him to walk.


Spoiler
B: Between 501 and 1,000
Dan wins $20,000.


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Re: Transcript 10/11/18 Dan Wu

#2 Post by earendel » Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:21 pm

BBTranscriptTeam wrote:Dan Wu
Chef
Lexington, Ky.
BBTranscriptTeam wrote:$20,000
Often seen in movies about the Old West, a cuspidor is another name for a what?
A: Player piano B: Spittoon
C: Spur D: Cowboy hat
Spoiler
50/50 leaves spittoon and spur.

Spoiler
B: Spittoon
"Toreador-a, don't spit on the floor-a.
Use a cuspidor-a, that's what it's there for-a."
I don't know where this came from but I remember singing it as a child, to the tune of "The March of the Toreadors" from Carmen. Apparently it was used on "The Simpsons" later.
"Elen sila lumenn omentielvo...A star shines on the hour of our meeting."

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Re: Transcript 10/11/18 Dan Wu

#3 Post by Estonut » Mon Apr 08, 2019 5:15 pm

earendel wrote:
BBTranscriptTeam wrote:Dan Wu
Chef
Lexington, Ky.
BBTranscriptTeam wrote:$20,000
Often seen in movies about the Old West, a cuspidor is another name for a what?
A: Player piano B: Spittoon
C: Spur D: Cowboy hat
Spoiler
50/50 leaves spittoon and spur.

Spoiler
B: Spittoon
"Toreador-a, don't spit on the floor-a.
Use a cuspidor-a, that's what it's there for-a."
I don't know where this came from but I remember singing it as a child, to the tune of "The March of the Toreadors" from Carmen. Apparently it was used on "The Simpsons" later.
I was curious, as I'd never heard this before, so I Googled and found several references to The Three Stooges doing it (far) before the Simpsons.
A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of five.
Groucho Marx

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