Cole Bolton (orig. from South Hero, VT): A.I. writer
Aimee Lim (Arcadia): Library page
IN THE STATE
THE “A”, “B”, “C”s OF GOLF
COOKING & FOOD
Carlos: $2K/Aimee: $800/Cole: $4600
In the middle of Cooking & Food is the DD that Cole ($7K) chooses as Carlos has slightly gone backwards to $1400 & Aimee’s $200 on the red side; $2.5K is what he’s making the clue worth.
The name of this French stew of fish & vegetables comes from words meaning “boil” & “low”.
“What is bouillabaisse?”- sure enough.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1K (Science Digest)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1600
TOTAL LT: $2600
Carlos: $3800/Aimee: $200/Cole: $10,900
ARCHITECTS & ARCHITECTURE
IT’S ALL FAKE
IN THE ROUGH DRAFT
Cole ($18.5K) gets a DD Sweep; the 1st of the rd.’s the $1200 Broadway Debut but he only wagers $500 (at this time $8200 is where Carlos stands & Aimee’s 3rd w/ $7400).
Katharine McPhee served up a fine performance as server & pie-maker Jenna in this musical.
“Uh, what is…France, I have no idea”- it was titled “Waitress”. Then on the $800 Japanese Emperors answer he risks $1K.
Ironically “Showa”, the period during which this 20th C. emperor reigned, can translate to “bright peace”.
“Who is Hirohito?”…yes.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1600 (Architects & Architecture)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $1600 (It’s All Fake)
Carlos: $7K (OUT)/Aimee: $12,600/Cole: $21K
COLE’S CORYAT OF GAME: $19,400
GEICO FJ! #28: SCREENWRITERS
This once-blacklisted screenwriter of “Spartacus” got a posthumous credit & an OSCAR for a ’53 film.
CARLOS: “Who is not KUBRICK!” ($1K) = $6K
AIMEE: “Who is (Dalton) Trumbo?” (DOUBLE) = $25,200
COLE: “Who is Gold?” ($4300) = $16,700