Jump to content
Forums forums
PRIMETIMER
Athena

Jeopardy! Season 37 (2020-2021)

Recommended Posts

14 hours ago, j5cochran said:

I'm both a West Virginian and a John Denver fan, so my guess was the Shenandoah. In all my reading about Jefferson, I don't remember him ever going west of the Appalachian Mountains. I don't think he ever saw the Ohio!

Part of the Shenandoah is in West Virginia - but most of it is still in Virginia! As are almost all of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Good thing John Denver was a pretty good singer-songwriter; he'd never make a living as a geographer 😁

I also look at the Ohio River (and the Monongahela!) every day and didn't think of either.  Perhaps they looked prettier in TJ's time! I considered the New River (but that also runs through Virginia) and the Cheat River.  And ran out of time.

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post

12 hours ago, ams1001 said:

I didn't get FJ but in my defense I was 13 months old when the 1976 election happened.

It was before your time! LOL

  • Laugh 4

Share this post


Link to post

 

14 hours ago, Browncoat said:

Good wagering by the champ.  I missed FJ -- the only song I could think of by The Band was The Weight, and that didn't make sense at all.  I figured it was for Carter, but I had no idea The Band recorded that song.

I totally missed the Band part of the clue, as well as the 30s. I focused on what song could relate to Carter and was a hit. Once I thought about is origins - being from Georgia, "Georgia on my Mind" came to me pretty quickly (the Ray Charles version). Though I thought it was released later. We looked up the Hoagy Carmichael original version afterwards, and let's just say his singing left a lot to be desired.

14 hours ago, Katy M said:

Alright, I googled it and there are instances of "burning the night oil" no, mid. So, I guess they would give credit for that.  However Baskin-Robbins is a proper name of a business and there is no AND in it.  No ifs, ands, or buts on that.  See what I did there?

I did. 😉

14 hours ago, DedicatedFan said:

I'm glad to learn that I'm not the only one who was very annoyed that "night oil" was accepted as the correct answer/question.  Alex might have said, "Be more specific" or he might have asked the judges for their opinion, or he might have said that the answer/question was incorrect, but he would not have accepted it.  I've noticed that all this time of guest hosts, there has never been announcement of "sorry, even though I said that you were correct, it turns out that you were incorrect."  Maybe the judges don't want to embarrass the guest hosts.

I was wondering about that myself. It seems a good theory that they don't want to embarrass the guest hosts.

14 hours ago, 853fisher said:

With the added effect of the guest hosts, all this loose judging makes me feel at times like we're screwing around watching a cassette with the substitute teacher.  And as in childhood, I'm waiting for somebody serious to come back around.

Good metaphor. But I'm happy to keep watching the cassettes until the new school year.

14 hours ago, ams1001 said:

I was yelling, 'no! not correct!' I almost edited my other comment after the Baskin-Robbins (which is how it's written on Wikipedia)  clue but I got distracted.

Me too. I repeated it more harshly a second or third time.

Edited by Clanstarling
  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post
39 minutes ago, Clanstarling said:

I totally missed the Band part of the clue, as well as the 30s. I focused on what song could relate to Carter and was a hit. Once I thought about is origins - being from Georgia, "Georgia on my Mind" came to me pretty quickly (the Ray Charles version). Though I thought it was released later. We looked up the Hoagy Carmichael original version afterwards, and let's just say his singing left a lot to be desired.

I might have gotten it if I'd missed the Band part of the clue!  I should have focused on Georgia.

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, Clanstarling said:

It seems a good theory that they don't want to embarrass the guest hosts.

I think that borders on violating FCC rules for game shows like J!so I don't think they are concerned about embarrassing the guest hosts.

  • Like 1
  • Useful 1

Share this post


Link to post
2 hours ago, The Wild Sow said:

Part of the Shenandoah is in West Virginia - but most of it is still in Virginia! As are almost all of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Good thing John Denver was a pretty good singer-songwriter; he'd never make a living as a geographer 😁

Reading the Wikipedia article on "Take Me Home, Country Roads," it turns out that John Denver's co-writers were actually driving through Maryland when they started writing the song.  "West Virginia" was chosen largely because it fit the rhythm of the song.  They also considered "Massachusetts," of all places!

Speaking of songs, my guess for Friday's FJ was "This Land is Your Land."  I knew it was fairly old, and I heard it a lot when I was a kid, so I figured it might have been a recent hit in the early 70s.  It doesn't have any obvious connection to the '76 election, but it does have a sort of vaguely patriotic feeling (if you ignore the verses that are more critical of society, as many people do), so I thought a candidate might have used it as a campaign song.

  • Like 1
  • Useful 2

Share this post


Link to post

21 hours ago, ams1001 said:

I'm really gonna laugh if he's not wearing a gray suit tonight.

I guess you had a somber evening since it was the third not-funny appearance of the gray suit, and second appearance of that spotted blue tie. At least now we know he has two suits and four ties. And one shirt. My wish is that Jeopardy is paying him enough so he can afford a third suit, or a navy blazer and some khakis. He could possibly afford them if he went to Good Will or another charity clothing store. I so hope he has more than one white shirt or that one is really getting a work out. Players and backstage people are no doubt thankful for the social distancing rule.

  • Laugh 4

Share this post


Link to post
1 minute ago, saber5055 said:

I guess you had a somber evening since it was the third not-funny appearance of the gray suit, and second appearance of that spotted blue tie. At least now we know he has two suits and four ties. And one shirt. My wish is that Jeopardy is paying him enough so he can afford a third suit, or a navy blazer and some khakis. He could possibly afford them if he went to Good Will or another charity clothing store. I so hope he has more than one white shirt or that one is really getting a work out. Players and backstage people are no doubt thankful for the social distancing rule.

I'm sure CNN pays him plenty...maybe he's just one of those "capsule wardrobe" people...

Share this post


Link to post
15 hours ago, shapeshifter said:

My excuse for missing FJ is that during the 1976 election I was living in a pottery commune on a small Island off the coast of Vancouver Island without electricity. 
So I knew it was Carter, but nothing of the campaign.

I was too young to vote. I do remember Carter though.

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, Browncoat said:

I might have gotten it if I'd missed the Band part of the clue!  I should have focused on Georgia.

I missed it so completely that my husband started talking about the Band when the show was over, and I was "what's the Band got to do with anything?"

24 minutes ago, saber5055 said:

I guess you had a somber evening since it was the third not-funny appearance of the gray suit, and second appearance of that spotted blue tie. At least now we know he has two suits and four ties. And one shirt. My wish is that Jeopardy is paying him enough so he can afford a third suit, or a navy blazer and some khakis. He could possibly afford them if he went to Good Will or another charity clothing store. I so hope he has more than one white shirt or that one is really getting a work out. Players and backstage people are no doubt thankful for the social distancing rule.

I figure he didn't bring much luggage with him for the stint on Jeopardy - these are probably his on the road clothes.

  • Like 2
  • Useful 2
  • Laugh 1

Share this post


Link to post
54 minutes ago, chessiegal said:

I think that borders on violating FCC rules for game shows like J!so I don't think they are concerned about embarrassing the guest hosts.

Ahh, why'd you have to bring rules and logic into it? 😉

Edited by Clanstarling
  • Laugh 5

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, saber5055 said:

At least now we know he has two suits and four ties. And one shirt. My wish is that Jeopardy is paying him enough so he can afford a third suit, or a navy blazer and some khakis. He could possibly afford them if he went to Good Will or another charity clothing store. I so hope he has more than one white shirt or that one is really getting a work out. Players and backstage people are no doubt thankful for the social distancing rule.

If not just this:

49 minutes ago, Clanstarling said:

I missed it so completely that my husband started talking about the Band when the show was over, and I was "what's the Band got to do with anything?"

I figure he didn't bring much luggage with him for the stint on Jeopardy - these are probably his on the road clothes.

--then perhaps, like the titular character Monk (played by Tony Shalhoub), Sanjay has a closet full of gray suits and white shirts.

Or, like Mom, who loved fashion and used to boast about being a "clothes horse," nevertheless at one point in her 17 year-stint as an elementary school secretary bought 5 pastel colored, pullover sweaters to wear with her designer jeans to make it simpler to get dressed in the morning. 
I'm assuming Dr. Gupta has arrived at a similar state of fashion choices, although no doubt skipping the designer phase. 

 

Edited by shapeshifter · Reason: comma
  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post

lol...

Quote

Yet it wasn’t the schedule he had trouble with. Gupta admitted he ran into a problem when Jeopardy! told him he needed to bring 10 suits with him to set. As the doctor joked, he didn’t have 10 suits to bring along in the first place.

“It was interesting, I took all my clothes out there. They wanted you to take 10 suits. I don’t have 10 suits,” Gupta said on Morning Express with Robin Meade.

“10?! Oh my gosh, who does?” Meade responded.

“Right. So they figured, I don’t know, I guess people who host game shows,” Gupta joked with Meade. “So I took [10] shirts, they had my shirts re-cleaned and they gave me different ties. I mean they changed like how I look, which I thought was great. But also, hey, I’ve been doing this for 20 years, I think I kind of got it. No, you’re going to wear this tie. So you’ll notice some different wardrobe [changes].”

https://outsider.com/news/entertainment/jeopardy-guest-host-dr-sanjay-gupta-reveals-behind-scenes-secret-wardrobe-show/

Another article says:

Quote

Gupta also shared that the show was extremely particular about how contestants responded, unsurprisingly. It's well-known that players have to respond in the form of a question, and Gupta revealed that if people didn't do so during "Double Jeopardy!", he was "told to 'stare down' the contestant until they either figured out their mistake or time ran out."

 

  • Like 3
  • Useful 4
  • Laugh 2

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, MrAtoz said:

Reading the Wikipedia article on "Take Me Home, Country Roads," it turns out that John Denver's co-writers were actually driving through Maryland when they started writing the song.  "West Virginia" was chosen largely because it fit the rhythm of the song.  They also considered "Massachusetts," of all places!

Speaking of songs, my guess for Friday's FJ was "This Land is Your Land."  I knew it was fairly old, and I heard it a lot when I was a kid, so I figured it might have been a recent hit in the early 70s.  It doesn't have any obvious connection to the '76 election, but it does have a sort of vaguely patriotic feeling (if you ignore the verses that are more critical of society, as many people do), so I thought a candidate might have used it as a campaign song.

I thought of This Land is your Land too I had no idea Georgia On My Mind was that old. BTW CNN did an excellent profile of Jimmy Carter called Jimmy Carter Rock and Roll President.

  • Like 1
  • Useful 1

Share this post


Link to post

Thinking more about how I reasoned my way to "Georgia On My Mind" pretty quickly, I wonder if this is the second FJ in as many weeks made easier for me because I've watched Designing Women a ridiculous number of times.  I am positive the conversation about a Valentina Tereshkova question in the Trivial Pursuit game they played in one episode is the reason I was able to immediately answer with her full name rather than "the cosmonaut, first woman in space, oh what is her name ... Valentina something."

And now I wonder if "Georgia On My Mind" being the show's theme song (and thus something I heard repeatedly a few months ago when I most recently pulled out those DVDs) means it was closer to the front of my mental filing cabinet and thus easier to access as I thought about a really old song that was a hit in 1960 and would represent something about Jimmy Carter.

  • Like 4
  • Useful 1

Share this post


Link to post

I focused more on the 1960 angle and wondered if Jimmy Carter ever used "High Hopes" as a campaign song.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post

Here's the stupid thing about Georgia On My Mind... The lege didn't check when they made it the state song. At the time, it wasn't in the public domain (I don't know if it is now or not) so they had to pay royalties every time it was played.

  • Like 1
  • Laugh 2

Share this post


Link to post
6 hours ago, Clanstarling said:

I totally missed the Band part of the clue

I think the all-caps text may have had a role. I know I had to go back and reread it, wasting time thinking "wait, the band or The Band?" I can see how some could have skipped over that part of the clue.

5 hours ago, Browncoat said:

I might have gotten it if I'd missed the Band part of the clue!  I should have focused on Georgia.

Same for me. I got sidetracked thinking about The Band and "The Weight."

 

  • Like 5

Share this post


Link to post

Quote

Gupta also shared that the show was extremely particular about how contestants responded, unsurprisingly.

I rather doubt that, since "night oil" and "Baskin and Robbins" were deemed to be correct.

"the cosmonaut, first woman in space, oh what is her name ... Valentina something."

Ha ha ha!  That's exactly what I said when I saw the answer.  But I knew that I couldn't be correct, because I knew the first name, not the last name.

Edited by DedicatedFan
  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
20 minutes ago, DedicatedFan said:

I obviously made a mistake in my previous post.  How do I edit it?

At the top of your post,   
on the right,   
click the three dots ---  
to get the Edit option 

🙂

Share this post


Link to post
6 minutes ago, shapeshifter said:

At the top of your post,   
on the right,   
click the three dots ---  
to get the Edit option 

Interesting; is that on a mobile browser or app?  Because on the "regular" forums.primetimer.com website, Edit is one of a row of icons below the post in the bottom left.  It's the pencil.

Share this post


Link to post
4 minutes ago, Bastet said:

Interesting; is that on a mobile browser or app?  Because on the "regular" forums.primetimer.com website, Edit is one of a row of icons below the post in the bottom left.  It's the pencil.

Since the last forum software update,   
for me, on Safari on my iPhone and in Chrome on my PC,   
the Edit feature has been hidden under the three dots --- at the top right of the post.  

Are you on a Mac?

Share this post


Link to post
3 minutes ago, shapeshifter said:

Since the last forum software update,   
for me, on Safari on my iPhone and in Chrome on my PC,   
the Edit feature has been hidden under the three dots --- at the top right of the post.  

Are you on a Mac?

No, Windows (with Firefox as my browser, AdBlock enabled), and I don't have three dots (or anything) at the top right of my posts.  It's just like it was before the update; Edit hangs out with Quote, Report, Share, etc. in the row of icons below the post content, in the lower left.

  • Like 1
  • Useful 1

Share this post


Link to post

There aren't three dots anywhere near my post.  I know what you mean because there are three dots on Facebook, but I don't see any here.  I did find the pencil, but I don't know how to edit properly, because I edited the post a few times, and I can't get it right.

I meant to quote the answer/question that it was Valentina something, because that's exactly what I said at hearing FJ, but I knew I wouldn't have been correct, because I knew only her first name, not her last name.

ETA:  I'm using Google Chrome on a PC desktop.  I guess I can edit plain text, but damned if I know how to edit text that includes a quote or two.

 

Edited by DedicatedFan

Share this post


Link to post
8 hours ago, DedicatedFan said:

There aren't three dots anywhere near my post.  I know what you mean because there are three dots on Facebook, but I don't see any here.  I did find the pencil, but I don't know how to edit properly, because I edited the post a few times, and I can't get it right.

I meant to quote the answer/question that it was Valentina something, because that's exactly what I said at hearing FJ, but I knew I wouldn't have been correct, because I knew only her first name, not her last name.

ETA:  I'm using Google Chrome on a PC desktop.  I guess I can edit plain text, but damned if I know how to edit text that includes a quote or two.

 

Me too (devices and software). Once you're in edit, there are icons at the top of the post - to quote something, use the " icon. To link something, use the icon that looks like an tilted 8 (left of the quote icon). It's supposed to be a link in a chain.

Share this post


Link to post
10 hours ago, DedicatedFan said:

There aren't three dots anywhere near my post.  I know what you mean because there are three dots on Facebook, but I don't see any here.  I did find the pencil, but I don't know how to edit properly, because I edited the post a few times, and I can't get it right.

I meant to quote the answer/question that it was Valentina something, because that's exactly what I said at hearing FJ, but I knew I wouldn't have been correct, because I knew only her first name, not her last name.

ETA:  I'm using Google Chrome on a PC desktop.  I guess I can edit plain text, but damned if I know how to edit text that includes a quote or two.

If you want to edit the box itself, on a PC/Chrome, click the pencil to get into edit mode, and then just move your mouse over the quote box. You should see the border get slightly thicker and a little square appear just above the top left of the box. Click on that square and it will select the whole box (if you move your mouse off after clicking the box, the border will stay thicker and blue). You can then delete it by hitting the delete key, or copy/cut (using the keyboard shortcuts; right-clicking doesn't seem to work) and paste it somewhere else. You can also move the box within your post by clicking the square and dragging it up or down.

Your comment looks like it has two nested quote boxes. If you wanted to delete the whole thing, you can just select and delete the outer one. If you wanted to keep the inner one, you can select it, Ctrl-X to cut it, delete the outer box, and paste the inner one back into your post; alternatively, you can drag in the inner box out somewhere else and then delete the now-empty outer box. 

11 hours ago, DedicatedFan said:

I rather doubt that, since "night oil" and "Baskin and Robbins" were deemed to be correct.

lol...yeah, apparently they only told them about the 'form of a question' thing, not "half a correct response is not a correct response." Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades... and guest-hosted Jeopardy, apparently.

  • Like 2
  • Laugh 2

Share this post


Link to post

You guys, how to find the EDIT pencil depends on what theme you are using, not the browser or computer brand. It's the three dots in upper right in IPS Default theme.

The edit "pencil" is at the bottom of the reply box in Light (Default) theme. I've not tried the Dark theme so don't know where it is there.

Browser or PC or Mac makes no difference.

To find/change the theme, go all the way to the bottom of the page, under the FB and Twitter logos, and click on the Theme down arrow.

2 hours ago, ams1001 said:

If you wanted to delete the whole thing, you can just select and delete the outer one. If you wanted to keep the inner one, you can select it, Ctrl-X to cut it, delete the outer box, and paste the inner one back into your post; alternatively, you can drag in the inner box out somewhere else and then delete the now-empty outer box. 

Or just use your backspace delete key. Much simpler

  • Like 1
  • Useful 1

Share this post


Link to post
23 minutes ago, saber5055 said:

Or just use your backspace delete key. Much simpler

Sometimes that works and sometimes it doesn't. I can't figure out why, exactly. 

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post

Has anyone been unable to delete a name with an @ in front of it? I was responding to something here or another J! thread on my Kindle, accidentally clicked the wrong name from the choices after I add @ , and have been unable to delete it. Highlight and delete or backspace--still there, just backspace--still there. It only shows up on the Kindle, not my laptop or desktop.

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, saber5055 said:

You guys, how to find the EDIT pencil depends on what theme you are using, not the browser or computer brand. It's the three dots in upper right in IPS Default theme.

Fun fact.  Apparently (at least for me), the IPS Default theme is the only one that doesn't have ads blocking the content.  

  • Like 2
  • Surprise 1

Share this post


Link to post
15 minutes ago, ABay said:

Has anyone been unable to delete a name with an @ in front of it?

I haven't come across that, but maybe a workaround is just cancel your reply and start over. If you've typed a long response, do a copy/paste into a text file to paste in a new response window.

I have noticed that if a @ name is in a sentence I've selected to quote, it does not copy/paste. This in the IPS Default theme.

9 minutes ago, SoMuchTV said:

Fun fact.  Apparently (at least for me), the IPS Default theme is the only one that doesn't have ads blocking the content.  

Now that you mention it ... I hadn't noticed but yes, no ads in the IPS Default. Yeay!

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post

I fixed my messed-up post!  Yay!


saber5005, thank you for telling me about the IPS Default theme.  I just switched to it, and the three dots appeared!  Yay!  I find that the three dots are easier to work with than the pencil.  YMMV.


ams1001, thank you for reminding me about Control-X.


And thank you to everyone else who offered help and didn't make me feel stupid.  (No one made me feel stupid!)

  • Like 7

Share this post


Link to post
15 minutes ago, DedicatedFan said:

And thank you to everyone else who offered help and didn't make me feel stupid.  (No one made me feel stupid!)

You don't even want to know how long it took me to figure out how to get rid of an accidental quote box.  🙃

  • Like 2
  • Laugh 1

Share this post


Link to post
7 hours ago, SoMuchTV said:

Fun fact.  Apparently (at least for me), the IPS Default theme is the only one that doesn't have ads blocking the content.  

And now I vaguely remember that being why I chose the IPS Default (without the pencil). 

Share this post


Link to post

When I first joined, eons ago, it was stressed that we weren't supposed to use the @ before names.  Has that changed?

Share this post


Link to post
1 minute ago, Prevailing Wind said:

When I first joined, eons ago, it was stressed that we weren't supposed to use the @ before names.  Has that changed?

If you use the @ and select the correct name from the pop-up list, that person will get a notification that he/she was quoted or mentioned. If you don't use the @, then that person might find a random post with his/her name but no guarantees. In the IPS Default theme, official @ names are highlighted in blue. I joined in 2014 and never heard not to use the symbol, but don't trust me to know all the rules.

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post

Exciting news everyone! When Jeopardy producers found out Dr. Gupta really does own just two suits, they bought him a new one to start his second week. Here's a sneak peek at what he will be wearing every day starting Monday, July 5. Photo from Jeopardy.com.

sanjayInYellow.jpg.eed0f8af0a14151d68d539c0396cb903.jpg

 

  • Like 2
  • Useful 1
  • Laugh 13

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, saber5055 said:

Exciting news everyone! When Jeopardy producers found out Dr. Gupta really does own just two suits, they bought him a new one to start his second week. Here's a sneak peek at what he will be wearing every day starting Monday, July 5. Photo from Jeopardy.com.

sanjayInYellow.jpg.eed0f8af0a14151d68d539c0396cb903.jpg

 

LOL I think we all get the point you're trying to make.  Maybe we should all agree to take the comments on hosts/contestants wardrobes to small talk/chit chat?

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post

Ran animals and oscillation. Missed one in Literature, but it's one I'm not at all familiar with (Possession), so I'm not too mad. Only got half of FJ (Tonkin).

Got the missed clues of rap sheet, LaFite, Tom Jones, MRI, Foucault Pendulum, and, of course, marmoset.

 

  • Like 1
  • Laugh 2

Share this post


Link to post

How could they not have gotten "Rap Sheet", when they were spotted the R, the A and the P??????

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post

Good for Courtney!  I don't quite see her coming and then she pulls it out.  In 4 of her 6 games so far, she has had either the fewest or the joint fewest correct answers of anyone onstage.  In the other 2, she had the most by a large margin.  Very interesting.

Anyway, I hope she does go to PEI and enjoys it.  My mother wanted to get up there for the same reason and we had a fantastic time.  I wish I had been a little older so it could have sunk in more.  Maybe we'll go again and run in to her.

The story of the Buddhas of Bamiyan is fascinating.  I hoped they would come up when I saw the category.  The Taliban claimed to have destroyed them in part as an offended response to foreign governments who offered cash to stabilize them, but not food aid.

I cleared Disney Movie Music.  I loved the "Tarzan" question because I can just about remember it as one of the first movies I saw in a theater, as a treat for the swim team.

Rebecca's dignified "I'm not going to [do the sprinkler]" really tickled me.  Sanjay looked like an idiot doing it, so I think she was wise there.

Lucky #7 for Courtney tomorrow?  We'll see.  And let's get a wacky jacket pattern or something from the host.  Keep us guessing. ;)

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post

I could only get Tonkin.

I got the missed clues of frond and Foucault's Pendulum.

I got the entire categories of Disney and 4 letter words right.

Once again, I did pretty well in the first round and tanked the second.  The fact that I don't really drink really showed in that drink category. Only got the 400 clue.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post

I only got the Tonkin half of FJ tonight.  But I did get the TS of marmoset, fronds, MRI, and Foucault pendulum.

19 minutes ago, illdoc said:

How could they not have gotten "Rap Sheet", when they were spotted the R, the A and the P??????

I had no idea that the rap of rap sheet actually stood for anything.  I honestly never thought about what it might mean or stand for.

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post

Is it at all a reflection on Sanjay's hosting style that he is the first guest host to have a champion go on for so many wins? 

 

I got MRI. 
Of course.
Next time I go for medical imaging I'm going to deadpan ask how many more before I get a free one just to see the reaction.

 

I too only got Tonkin.

 

31 minutes ago, Kimmmmmm said:

Omg...that voice!!🤑

Heh. Yeah. She did have a 🙀voice.
But I loved the way she said "I'm not going to do that" when Sanjay asked her to demonstrate the sprinkler. 
If she had one funny line each game, I wouldn't mind if she won. 
I guess. 🙀

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post

Aw, no one knew Possession. Wonderful book - the movie not so much (the Victorian portions were good, the modern painful to watch). 

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, illdoc said:

How could they not have gotten "Rap Sheet", when they were spotted the R, the A and the P??????

That's something I learned today!  Learn stuff watching Jeopardy.  I never really though about why it was called a rap sheet.

  • Like 9

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, illdoc said:

How could they not have gotten "Rap Sheet", when they were spotted the R, the A and the P??????

I had no idea what they were going for. It was kind of a duh moment when he gave the answer, but I was probably trying to overcomplicate it.

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...

Customize font-size