Feb 7, 2014|
In a much anticipated match-up John Dennis took down Kirk Minihane in Jeopardy.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
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I went on show on fox called sports geniuses hosted by Matt tasker should with Lisa Guerrero was the eye -- will that one. What was the -- all sports geniuses who was short lived the critical call you when money. I -- trip to Vermont couldn't -- Smart smugglers notch and you're living and LA. I was living on a couch in LA and did you take the trip from the trip to Vermont and no money involved no that was not. Well we sold on the show. Really yeah that's true that would be a problem and nips at lunch before you're drawn on an Irish open wheel -- Lisa Guerrero she was good to Hughes looking very good to me. At -- very unspoken sexual sort what was the question that which over the top five there was a -- three people. And as one guy's got knocked off in the final moments he'd face off and they ask you a question like mean ten this. -- was Detroit tigers' opening day land mine at the 19840. You could name all nine guys and guys did. Still do my -- worker Alan Trammell was there. And Jack Morris on the mind his pitching. -- pretty easy catches for these -- perish perish or Sharia that Chet lemon Larry Herndon you know full well what you -- since 84. That's when you do when you're young nineteen house and I did get it to reliever was a Hernandez -- -- Dave feels like -- you close to right. I sobered today and ready and -- ago our problem and maybe yeah what are you -- the -- you're gonna keep the money -- tabulation over -- dozen -- -- like that's a good start at a fast -- -- -- I was can not only -- the point would you like who's the favorite. He's the commitment -- -- I don't agree -- hand. You have this is the glorious results of the misspent youth and in the case of men and like he's wasted most of his life but it has. He has immersed himself in the trivial and I don't know why would you vote said you know you'll trivia Japanese trivia. Oh it's just not distribute exercise of the mind jeopardy is trivia that's what an -- so this is trivia and human hands couldn't reveal I don't know I don't element when this thing. I have been ready to win I'm flipping a coin to see it goes first -- -- could -- it. John and flipped it. I did you call -- you call had -- There's an over the head -- you look at courses which is that. That is tales many and you go first period thought in my full Bill Belichick humbled and I'm gonna differ. Your sickness -- it to Kirk. -- again I'm gonna defer to undergo for yes gesture the six categories are you ready right this down they don't have to ask me every time you get a question. Brand names. Named the novel franchises. Languages. International food and drink and college football out for those of the categories. -- do you know. I'll take. Brand names or 200. -- and names for 200. 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My turn. I won't take. Com. Mean I will take. Brand names for 600. -- Adjective before dog in a brand line from Purina. At 224. Dogs. With the puppy Joba does on an edge given dogs and even in there I don't know. Men have would you like to answer no so he's he loses 600 their total I'm good I'm not pass a pass in the and the answers happy. And you know -- -- -- that the minute hand I'll take -- cultural -- at 300 after choke them -- -- -- -- In 2011. Jim Tressel resigned as coach of this. And that. I don't know of this team amidst allegations. Of NCAA rule violations which I have on this one and ten seconds. And its existence. It -- them Ohio State. Correct. I was I was which was -- it was 80000. All right be you know. Right I will go -- militia franchises. For. 600. This chain Serbs Friday is the heat is on Saturday Sunday and Monday too it's one of their trademarks. Read it again. This. 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The last names of chemists Franklin an album combined in this brand name. When they came up with the new oil filter. No idea. Is this for 800 and all of them. -- what is program. -- -- That's not to take a break threatened and we get to play dot final chip final jeopardy with a point. It's fascists and I was Fram. Not to lose let's give me an amateur is to get too much time let's admit that hair again welcome back a -- with the patent. I'm on jeopardy do you know the housing and final jeopardy has no model that's right good point what is meant -- for money. -- minus 40600. OK if you get all of these three right this 3000 questions. If -- all right tibia in the red numbers. Of franchises for a thousand. Food that fills in the blank in the quote the great state and blank company. -- exist steak and potato company. Correct. Ever since this doesn't feel right lots of languages this is the daily double on. 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