Duel

Season 1 Episode 3

Episode 3

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Dec 19, 2007 on ABC
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At the top of the episode, Robert (the Used Car Salesman) returns against Johnny (the Rocker) to complete the duel started the previous night. Robert goes on to become the winningest player on the show to date, with a total of three duel victories. Later contestants include a Belly Dancer and a College Administrator. With the Sunday championship drawing closer, the pressure grows as contestants from previous nights are bumped off the leaderboard. Additionally, several players from the contestants' pool passed on before once again find themselves passed up. Questions test the contestants on challenging material throughout the night, from the top worldwide film franchise to the official languages of both Canada and Mexico. Matches throughout the night see both quick action and down-to-the-last chip duels.moreless

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    Julie Tan

    Julie Tan

    Contestant

    Guest Star

    Robert Walker (II)

    Robert Walker (II)

    Contestant

    Guest Star

    Johnny Martin

    Johnny Martin

    Contestant

    Guest Star

    Olivia Fox

    Olivia Fox

    Chip Girl

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Aguero

    Jennifer Aguero

    Chip Girl

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Mike: Did you hear him say "this is easy?"
        Tammy: Yes.
        Mike: Did you believe him?
        Robert: I'm a telemarketer. Believe anything I say.
        Tammy: (laughs)
        Robert: I can sell you anything.
        Tammy: (sighs with amusement)
        Robert: Anything.
        Mike: You think he has one chip there?
        Tammy: I doubt it. I doubt it.

      • Mike: So...
        Robert: Mm-hmm.
        Mike: big,
        Robert: Mm-hmm.
        Mike: rugged,
        Robert: Yeah.
        Mike: tough,
        Robert: Yeah!
        Mike: football player.
        Robert: All that, yeah.
        Mike: You like musicals, though.
        Robert: Oh boy.

      • Mike: But isn't this a fine mess we've gotten ourselves into?
        Emily: This is scary.
        Tammy: Yeah.
        Mike: How many chips do you have left, Emily?
        Emily: One.
        Mike: How about you, Tammy?
        Tammy: (holding up and waving around chip) One.

      • Mike: It does say "dropped out of college," but for a very good reason.
        Tammy: I did, in fact, drop out of college, thought I am a college administrator. I, myself, dropped out at twenty to raise my family, but I did go back to school and I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership.
        Mike: Good for you.

      • Robert: Sorry.
        Emily: Car salesman, bad news. Never date a car salesman, guys. (laughter from audience) Sorry.
        Robert: Hey, I didn't cover 'em all. You might win here.
        Mike: May I interrupt?
        Emily: Oh, sorry.

      • Emily: Can I think to myself -- I don't have time, right?
        Mike: You have all the time you want...
        Emily: Okay.
        Mike: ...unless he Presses you.
        Emily: Okay, don't Press me, okay. (laughter from audience)
        Mike: I suppose I should let you know, you can...
        Robert: (locks in answer and Presses Emily)
        Mike: ...still Press her, in fact, Emily...
        Emily: Ugh!
        Mike: You are Pressed, you have seven seconds max.

      • Mike: Once again, if the Used Car Salesman wins one more duel, he qualifies for Sunday night. And to do it, he will have to beat the Belly Dancer. Welcome, Emily.

      • Mike: I gotta tell you, that was one phenomenal duel.
        Robert: (the Used Car Salesman) Choo. Man, if they hadn't already fixed my ticker, I'd fall dead right now. (laughter from audience)

      • Mike: Here at Duel, one mistake has the greatest of consequences. You get one question wrong and you're gone (snaps fingers) like that.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Mike: The five Harry Potter films have grossed almost four and a half billion dollars to date and there are still two more to go.

        A question in this episode asked players what the most successful film franchise worldwide has been. The correct answer was the Harry Potter series (based on the books by J.K. Rowling) which to date has included Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's (Philosopher's) Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and the July 2007 released Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which was released to DVD the week before the premiere of this episode of Duel. The remaining films are Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (slated for a late 2008 premiere) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It was announced on September 10, 2007 that the Harry Potter films had reached the figure stated in the program and become the top franchise of all time. The total take for the films has no doubt increased since this release.

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