All right, ready or not, we have our next two contestants. We have Liz Kash Stroppel and Barri Trott settling behind their puzzle podiums. Welcome to both of you. Liz, do you have a favorite cartoon character?
LIZ KASH STROPPEL: Let's see, I think Jessica Rabbit.
EISENBERG: Jessica Rabbit, that's a good one, yes.
EISENBERG: How about you, Barri?
BARRI TROTT: I think Wallace and Gromit, it I can do two.
EISENBERG: Sure, Wallace and Gromit. I know, delightful.
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