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Okay, so it's got a couple of long, sort of square columns that go all the way --- now they change about two inches up into slightly different columns, but they're still the same. And then right up here they do the same thing again. But there's only one top. There's only just this one top bit. Wow. What is that? Oh, but they seem to be connected too, don't they? They're not two separate columns. I'm thinking this might be like a building or a structure. I'm going to say... I'm going to say this is the, I don't why, but I'm going to just say it's the Empire State Building. I don't know why but I just feel like it could be like a building. You know, with the two sort of --- but the sides are kind of throwing me off here a little bit as well. And the bottom part here. And this top thing though. I can't... This is really difficult. I'm going to go with my original thought and say it's a like a giant, tall building. I'll say it's Empire State. And that might be a TV antenna up at the top. I don't know. I'll say that's Empire. New York City. Final answer. [bell rings / audience applauds] Hey, no foolin'! Hey, this is cool, man. I like this. [bell rings] Let's try another one. [music plays] Okay, let's see --- oh, jeez, what is this? I feel like that's a face of something so I'm going to say this is an animal. Oh, there's sort of feet. No, that's not really ---- well... Let me turn it around... That's like a shoe... but this bit with the face and the nose and stuff... I'm going to say... oh, this bit on the top makes me a little concerned... I was going to say a bird, but there's no real beak. It's got more of a mouth. But these things on the top of the head. These four things... so it can't be like a cow or anything because they don't have horns and stuff. But the bottom of him is real big. What kind of animal would this be? Tall, skinny --- is it a giraffe? I'll say it's a giraffe. I don't know why, but like this --- because I understand giraffes have really long necks but there's no other --- it doesn't have any body. It would be just like neck and face and then these deals on the top of the head. Yeah, I don't know. I'll say a giraffe. I don't know why but I just feel giraffe. Final answer. [bell rings / audience applauds] Go on! Is that right? Any why is there no like --- I guess those are the two feet right here and here. BEN: So the reason why the giraffe feels the way it does is because it's sitting down. TOMMY: Oh, he's sitting down, okay. Sure. I've never touch one of these before ever in my life. And I don't I ever will again either. [laughs] [bell rings] I'm two for two so let's try another one. [music plays] Okay, let's see. Oh, this is going to be tricky. Okay, this is flat. It's... like this part is like a triangle, right? Yeah, that's a triangle, sure. Right, with these two. And there's your vertex down there. But this guy on the top here is really throwing me. This sort of cylindrical bit on top of the base of the triangle. And then... [gasp] you know what? Wait a minute. Hold on a second. I think I got this. You know what I feel like this could be? I don't know why but I feel like this --- because I've seen paper ones. This has to be an airplane. This must be an airplane. But just a regular airplane, not like a jet. But I will say that this is an airplane. Final answer. [buzzer] BEN: The judges cannot accept that. TOMMY: No! Okay. Can I have a clue please? BEN: People can go inside it. TOMMY: People can go inside it... and it's flat like this, huh? And people can go inside. Boy, I don't know. No, I was thinking a train but that would have several parts. Right, because of all the different cars and stuff. [sigh] It's ridiculous but I'm going for it. I'm going to say... I'm going to say train. Final answer. [buzzer] No. What is it? BEN: Alright, last clue. TOMMY: Oh, one more clue. 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