Contestant Robert Macklin was older than the entire mob. A 1 vs. 100 first.
The answer to the unanswered "sneak peak" question was in 1978, Neiman-Marcus sold a $600 Monopoly game made entirely of chocolate.
A question in this episode asked "Which of the following animals is a source of delicious mutton?" While viewers at one were shown the answer choices, the contestant was given only pictures to help her make her choice. This was the show's first-ever question with pictorial answer-choices. The contestant was forced to use a help, Trust the Mob, to answer the question. The correct answer was A.) Sheep.
Sommore: Don't think we are gonna go easy on her cuz she's pretty in pink and all that. Don't think cuz I see the way you're weak for her.
Bob Saget: Wow!
Sommore: You're weak for her Bob. I can tell you have a little soft spot for her.
Bob Saget: Well...well...it use to be a soft spot!
Sommore: This is the most vicious mob this season.
Bob: How you doing, Jake? Exactly. Most of my audiences respond that way. Jake is actually voting himself. He is not getting any help. He is really selecting these answers and he is still in the game and #11, Tony, is out. (loud cheers and applause)
Bob Saget: Only one person got it wrong and it wasn't Jake the chimp.
Bob Saget: Jake, do you think you have what it takes to go all the way with this Mob?
Jake the Chimp: Pbht!
Bob Saget: Jake, do you think that I actually think that I'm having a conversation with you? (Jake nods yes)
Bob: (reading question and answer choices) The fictional series The Office is set in what fictional paper company? A.) Primatech B.) Dunder Mufflin C.) American Ream
The correct answer was B.) Dunder Mufflin. Primatech is in fact a fictional paper company featured on another NBC series, Heroes.