Therapist and clinical psychologist
J.D. and his "smartest person" Jacob both love trivia.
$4000: In the Crayola "State Crayon Collection," which of these "colors" is a playful take on the name of a state capital?
A - Grape Hatteras
B - Sacra-mint-o
C - Grand Tanyon
D - Williamsburgundy
A - Exfoliate
B - Apply Mascara
C - Put on Perfume
D - Moisturize
J.D. actually read this article.
A - Pearl Harbor
B - Reindeer Games
C - Good Will Hunting
D - Armageddon
J.D. says only one of these movies involved oil drillers.
A - Greece
B - Spain
C - India
D - Brazil
J.D.'s initial thought was A, and Jacob concurs.
J.D. now has to decide whether to keep the standard three lifelines or exchange one of them to keep Jacob as a lifeline. J.D. wants to keep Jaccob so he trades the 50:50 because he doesn't think it would be helpful at this level.
$64,000: Wasting no time getting interesting, what hit musical opens with a male lead referring to another character as "a bastard, orphan, son of a whore"?
A - The Phantom of the Opera
B - Hamilton
C - Dear Evan Hansen
D - The Book of Mormon
J.D. literally listened to this today.
A - inside the brain
B - over the North Pole
C - at the edge of the solar system
D - in cyberspace
J.D. can say without hesitation that he doesn't know the answer. He doesn't think it's A since he learned a lot about the brain. This feels like the time to use his phone-a-friend lifeline and call Brian Walsh, who has a Ph.D. in physics.
A - Doubt
B - The Iron Lady
C - The Bridges of Madison County
D - Julie & Julia
J.D. loves Meryl Streep - she's an icon and a legend. He remembers her giving an acceptance speech very recently so it has to be either A or B since the others are older. Jimmy has hosted the Oscars several times so he might know the answer. Jacob studied Oscar trivia in preparation for this. He decides to ask Jacob.
Ask the smartest person results:
If he wins the $1 million he wants to take his whole family on an exotic trip somewhere.
$500,000: Confusing for English speakers, "ano" is the word for "yes" in which of these languages?
A - Czech
B - Korean
C - Arabic
D - Portuguese
J.D. says that "ano" is the word for "year" in Spanish, and Portuguese is similar, with "si" being the word for "yes" in both languages. He thinks that he learned from "Arrested Development" that "yes" in Korean is "anyan". He has only been to Portugal. He assumes that Jimmy is more well-traveled so he decides to use that lifeline.