Complete the List, Episode 58
Pour A Little 40 Out For My Goldfish

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Contestants: David Kendall, Dustin Resch, Brian Nieves
It Was the Summer of '69No, Mr. Bond, I Expect You to Die
Nothing But NetWouldn't Fifty Percent Plus One Be Easier?
We've Got a Place Down South, Part IIShaka, When the Walls Fell
I Grow Tired of Asking YouNearly Six Billion and Counting

Correct, unique: 2 pointsCorrect, repeated: 1 pointIncorrect: 0 pointsPlayer doubled the category

David - We've Got a Place Down South, Part II
Listener-submitted by Matt Carberry.

Part one dealt with European countries. This time around, name a country that maintains an active research station in the Antarctic, and whose capital is NOT in Europe. Both permanent and seasonal research facilities count for the purposes of this list.
DavidDustinBrianNot given
ChinaUnited StatesCanadaEcuador; Pakistan; Peru; Uruguay
South AfricaSouth KoreaNew Zealand
ROUND 11686

Dustin - Shaka, When the Walls Fell

Name a character, or the character or portrayed or voiced them, who appeared in at least twenty episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
(At this point, we had a brief stoppage of taping, as David's daughter interrupted with news that one of their goldfish had passed away. I'd like to offer condolences to David on behalf of everyone. Now, back to the game.)
DustinBrianDavidNot given
Whoopi Goldberg
Sir Patrick Stewart
[Jean-Luc Picard]
Jonathan Frakes
[William T. Riker]
Gates McFadden/Beverly Crusher; Majel Barrett/Computer; James G. Becker/Youngblood; Denise Crosby/Tasha Yar; Diana Muldaur/Katherine Pulaski
Brent Spiner
Brent Spiner
[Michael Dorn]
LeVar Burton
[Geordi La Forge]
LeVar Burton
[Geordi La Forge]
Chief (Miles) O'Brien
[Colm Meaney]
Marina Sirtis
[Deanna Troi]
Wil Wheaton
[Wesley Crusher]
[John de Lancie]
ROUND 2866

Brian - No, Mr. Bond, I Expect You to Die
Listener-submitted by Andre Cormier.

Name a musical act that has performed a primary James Bond theme song, which charted on either the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 or the UK singles chart.
BrianDavidDustinNot given
AdeleWingsDuran DuranCarly Simon; Sheena Easton; a-ha; Gladys Knight; Rita Coolidge; Tina Turner; Sheryl Crow; Garbage; Chris Cornell
Sam SmithSam SmithShirley Bassie
MadonnaMadonnaRod Stewart
Tom JonesTom JonesJack White & Alicia Keys
ROUND 31656

Listener-submitted by Matt Carberry.
0-1 year away: 1 point2-5 years away: ½ point>5 years away: 0 points

IN WHAT YEAR…Correct yearDavidDustinBrian
did Brown alumna Emma Watson graduate with a BA in English literature?2014199720142007
did Columbia alumnus Lou Gehrig play the first of 2,130 consecutive Major League Baseball games?1925192519221946
did Cornell alumna Ruth Bader Ginsburg join the U.S. Supreme Court?1993196519931988
was Dartmouth alumna Kirsten Gillibrand appointed to the United States Senate, representing New York?2009200320071995
did Harvard Medical School first admit women?1945190519541944
did President Donald Trump graduate from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business?1968197519681969
did Princeton alumnus and president emeritus Woodrow Wilson become the 28th President of the United States?1913191419121913
was the movie Taxi Driver released, featuring Yale alumna Jodie Foster in her breakout role?1976198019711976

David - Nearly Six Billion and Counting

With the first one released in May 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has consisted of eighteen feature films, with the nineteenth being released on April 27, 2018. Name any of those first eighteen films.
DavidDustinBrianNot given
Iron ManBlack PantherIron Man 2The Incredible Hulk; Thor; Thor: The Dark World; Captain America: The Winter Soldier; Captain America: Civil War; Doctor Strange; Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2; Spider-Man: Homecoming
Captain America: Infinity WarCaptain America: The First AvengerIron Man 3
The HulkThor: RagnarokMarvel's The Avengers
Spider-Man 1Ant-ManGuardians of the Galaxy
ROUND 42168

Dustin - I Grow Tired of Asking You
Listener-submitted by Andre Cormier (slightly modified by Andy).

Name a brand of automobile tire that Consumer Reports rates at least one model of on its website.
DustinBrianDavidNot given
MichelinGoodyearFirestoneBFGoodrich; Continental; Cooper; Falken; Fuzion; GT Radial; General; Hankook; Laufenn; Maxxis; Nexen; Nitto; Nokian; Sumitomo; Toyo; Uniroyal; Vredestein; Yokohama
ROUND 5655

Brian - Wouldn't Fifty Percent Plus One Be Easier?

Name a U.S. President who won the presidential election without getting at least 50% plus one of the national popular vote. Note that the popular vote was not recorded until the 1824 election.
BrianDavidDustinNot given
Donald TrumpGeorge W. BushJimmy CarterAbraham Lincoln; Bill Clinton; Grover Cleveland; James Garfield; James Polk; John F. Kennedy; Woodrow Wilson; Zachary Taylor
John Quincy AdamsRutherford B. HayesFranklin Pierce
Richard NixonBenjamin HarrisonHarry S. Truman
William Howard TaftJames A. BuchananWilliam Henry Harrison
ROUND 6682

Category: Counting Counties
Inspired by a submission by Lisa Wolfisch.
Washington County is the most common county or parish, etc., name in the United States. In fact, more than half of the states of the U.S. have a Washington County. How many U.S. states have a Washington County or Washington Parish?
Answer and boundsDavidDustinBrian
FINAL SCORE30½50½52½
Winner: Brian Nieves

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