Anderson is playing for Spike's Canine Fund, an organization providing safety vests for police dogs. His +1 is Andy Cohen. Anderson thought Andy would know more than he did about pop culture, such as "real housewives", "Donna Summer", or "Cher".
$8000: In the sport of cricket, the player who delivers the ball to the batsman is called a what?
A - coaster
B - skipper
C - bowler
D - tumbler
Anderson guesses it's "bowler" and asks Andy if he agrees.
A - pharmaceutical sales rep
B - sports journalist
C - commercial pilot
D - restaurant manager
Anderson implores Andy to answer this. Andy says that the most common profession on "The Bachelor" is "A" but the answer is "C".
A - Big Mac
B - turkey leg
C - banana
D - Double Stuf Oreo
Anderson nods and says "got it" before the answers are revealed. He didn't know the artist's name and
$64,000: "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in sant of more brains" is the opening from what "zombified" novel?
A - The Grapes of Wrath
B - The Sun Also Rises
C - Pride and Prejudice
D - A Tale of Two Cities
Anderson says it isn't A.
$125,000: In 1997, Nelson Mandela surprisingly said, "It's one of the greatest moments of my life" after meeting who?
A - Rage Against the Machine
B - the cast of "Party of Five"
C - the Spice Girls
D - IBM's supercomputer Deep Blue
Anderson says he thinks he's been given the hardest questions of any celebrity. He also says he's a huge fan of "Party of Five" but he knows what the answer is.
A - kWhat are you, deaf?
B - You heard me, tough guy.
C - Well, I'm the only one here.
D - I'd watch that tone.
Anderson is convinced that it's "C", but he thinks it might be "B", and if he uses the 50:50 those are the two it will leave.
A - Bangladesh
B - Bhutan
C - Myanmar
D - Nepal
Anderson thinks that "thunder dragon" is a reference to mountains, so it may be B or D. Anderson has been to Myanmar several times and Bhutan once. He decides to use his 50:50.
Jimmy asks who Anderson's phone-a-friend is, and he says it's Kelly Ripa.
$1,000,000: When scientists tested it with an electroencephalogram, which of these food items produced readings similar to a human brain?
A - Wint-O-Green Life Saver
B - SPAM
C - lime Jell-O
D - Jet-Puffed Marshmallow
Anderson recalled reading about this 20 years ago, but he doesn't remember the answer. He thinks it might be either "B" or "C" and doesn't believe it's "D". "SPAM" could be an ironic thing thrown in by the question-writers. He isn't even sure what an electroencephalogram is. He decides to use his last lifeline.