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June 4, 2015

Thursday, June 4, 2015

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I hadn’t watched at the gym in a while… and, as usual, I had quite a physical reaction to at least one of the wagers.The Final Wager – June 4, 2015

I was glad I was on the treadmill when Addison was introduced, because I figured I’d be seeing a lot of tweets like this:

I am guessing Addison’s demeanor won over a lot of people tonight.

Plus, he’s got it locked up heading into Final.

Jami
Griffeth
Addison
Godel
Jenny
Orr
4,200 20,400 6,400

He wagered $4,000 on two of his three Daily Doubles, which mixed results… he had just $3,800 for the first. I can’t wait to see what he does with:

NOTORIOUS 20TH CENTURY NAMES

Hey, didn’t we just have a Final category called “Notorious”? Ok, it was “Infamous” but still – a little variety, please?

What actually happened

Jami Addison Jenny
4,200 20,400 6,400
3,200 4,000 2,001
1,000 24,400 4,399
min max min max min max
2,201 7,599 2,000 2,200
201

Hahahahaha

Sorry, I mean

Cory WHAAAAAT

There were a lot of high points in this game, but the best part was the way Jami reacted to Addison’s victory: with pure class.

Also: a clue on Cerulean! I bet he was pumped.

The Final Jeopardy! clue

NOTORIOUS 20th CENTURY NAMES
MORTON SOBELL, A CO-DEFENDANT WITH THESE 2, WAS ALSO CONVICTED BUT RECEIVED A LIGHTER SENTENCE
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One Comment
  1. Cerulean permalink

    You’re right (about my name)!
    In fact (coincidence) someone I know knows Addison, so…
    My prediction upon seeing the category was Sacco and Vanzetti (or Bonnie and Clyde). At least people said that (as did I)…

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