A single Final Jeopardy-style question failed to break the tie (both knew that Charles Darwin served as a naturalist aboard the HMS Beagle), so Howard opted for a full 2nd round:
To whom did Helen Keller dedicate her autobiography? Ken guessed "Amy Sullivan," and Fred went with the woman's real name, "Ann." The answer, however, was Alexander Graham Bell.
The disposable razor blade was whose brainchild? Both knew it was Gillette.
What makes up the battery in baseball? Both correctly cited the pitcher and catcher.
From 794 to 1868, what was the capital of Japan? Both knew it was Kyoto.
A group of porcupines is called what? Ken passed, and Fred guessed, "A herd?" Pass. The answer: a prickle.
What is the state bird of Texas? Ken guessed the meadowlark, and Fred the roadrunner. The answer: the mockingbird.
Martha Jane Canary grew up to be which Wild West legend? Ken knew it was Calamity Jane, but Fred blew the question, guessing Annie Oakley.
With 4 right answers, Ken bested Fred's score of 3. (With no tie, their times didn't matter. Ken: 35 seconds. Fred: 47 seconds.) Fred shook Ken's hand ("Very close. I'm not embarrassed."), as Ken credited his performance: "He did great. That was amazing. This was more exciting than all those games of 'Jeopardy' put together."