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I think you mean applicant, because its obvious they are intentionally creating a diverse contestant group. I saw 2 people from my audition group of 20 on the show. The audition group itself was 80% what I think you mean when you say "stereotypical".
The woman who was the champion came back Friday night and got the last names for two sports sibling clues: coaching brothers Jim and John and hockey greats Maurice and Henri.
As others have commented, the "horribly wrong" headline is a bit hyperbolic.
I feel stupid, but now I'm obsessing - What is "Learned League?" I've never heard the term before.
As long as you haven't appeared on the show, you're free to keep reapplying.
They're screening for how they think you'll look on TV in addition to how well you know the material, right?
Her knowing the Richard brothers yet guessing McGwire instead of Clemens was not something I was expecting. She must have some Canadian blood.
I told him there's no shame in losing to the Babe Ruth of Jeopardy.
They should return to the old way where you could ring in as soon as you know the answer, just hold the result until the question is read.
Also, I didn't watch Jennings all that much but I do remember he had some other advantages, like that he was smartly aggressive on the daily doubles.
I tend to agree with this. I mean, it's easy to LOL at their answers, but then again, two of them did guess famous Hall of Fame snubs, and the other one guessed an actual Red Sox pitcher.
I don't know anything about fashion but I do know that Vera Wang designs wedding dresses and not jeans.
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