1 vs. David Eckstein et al.

Yes, David Eckstein was back for tonight’s “1 vs. 100.” He hadn’t missed a question as of the time the carryover contestant decided to walk with her money, so he could have returned as part of the new mob for the next contestant. But apparently he couldn’t make it to the next taping session, so through the magic of editing, his seat was suddenly occupied by Bob

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I had a busy enough weekend that I didn’t get around to watching my TiVo recording of this until today. Look who was a member of the mob on NBC’s “1 vs. 100” on Friday night…

I think he didn’t answer a question incorrectly, so he should be in the mob again at the beginning of this Friday’s show. (His presence wasn’t acknowledged, or even shown on camera, at any point after this introduction — it’s clear the producers were under a mandate to turn this show into a faster-moving affair than it was when it first aired a couple months ago.)