Originally published on Thu October 17, 2013 9:03 am
OPHIRA EISENBERG, HOST:
Let's bring up our next two brave contestants. We have Deb Amlen and Jonathan Corbblah.
EISENBERG: Jonathan, you teach chess, huh?
JONATHAN CORBBLAH: I do. I am a chess master and I've been teaching it in New York for the last ten years.
EISENBERG: Wow, a chess master.
EISENBERG: I'm going to call you a chess king. Does that happen a lot?
CORBBLAH: Well, I'll take it.
EISENBERG: You'll take it, okay.
CORBBLAH: Sure, I like them all.
Finally, it's what we've all been waiting for. Let's bring back our winners to play the Ask Me One More final round. From Misquoting Mark Twain, Gregory Guity.
EISENBERG: From Agrarian Maps, Jonathan Corbblah.
EISENBERG: From Let's Get Randy, Jen Midura.
EISENBERG: From One or More, Ileen Roos.
EISENBERG: And from Soft Rock Café, John Woods.
EISENBERG: Art, take us out.
Let's move on to our next two contestants. Please welcome Justin Ober and John Woods.
EISENBERG: We are happy to have you both.
JOHN WOODS: Thank you.
EISENBERG: John, quick question for you. What is your guilty pleasure of music to listen to?
WOODS: Oh, I listen to the Top 100 of every year on the Billboard charts. They come out with a list every year. So I go through the 1 to 100. I rank them and I just go from there really.
EISENBERG: Go from there like into life?
Let's welcome our next two contestants, Jake Stoler and Ileen Roos.
EISENBERG: Welcome to you both. Hi, Ileen. Hi, Jake. Now, you both grew up playing a lot of games at home. Jake, what was your favorite game to play at home with your family?
JAKE STOLER: We would rent the Jeopardy Nintendo game every week and that's kind of how I wound up here.
EISENBERG: Really? Okay. And Ileen?
ILEEN ROOS: Much more old school than that, Parcheesi and Trivial Pursuit and...
Let's bring up our next two brave contestants. We have Curtis Raye and Jen Midura.
EISENBERG: Jen, I'm fascinated that you are training to be a professional psychotherapist.
JEN MIDURA: I'm training to be counseling. I'm in counseling school right now.
EISENBERG: Yeah. So I have a couple of questions about what's going on with me right now.
EISENBERG: Is that cool?
EISENBERG: Just quickly, what is the best way to cure disappointment?