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'''Dennis Fearon''' was the runner-up of [[series 32]]. He won the final four heats of the series to return for the final rounds as #5 seed, and beat [[Graeme Sugarman]] and [[Satbir Gupta]] in the quarter- and semi-finals respectively, both by way of a [[sudden-death conundrum]] and both with a 63-53 scoreline. In the final against [[Alan Sinclair]], it went down to a [[crucial conundrum]] with Dennis leading by 5 points. LOSTAGAIN was revealed on the conundrum board, and Dennis buzzed on 3 seconds to say NOSTALGIC. However, this was incorrect, and as soon as the clock was restarted Alan buzzed with the correct answer, NOSTALGIA, meaning Dennis suffered his first-ever defeat on the show. Dennis returned the following week for [[Championship of Champions VIII]], but was comprehensively beaten in the first round by [[David Acton]].  
'''Dennis Fearon''' was the runner-up of [[series 32]]. He won the final four heats of the series to return for the final rounds as #5 seed, and beat [[Graeme Sugarman]] and [[Satbir Gupta]] in the quarter- and semi-finals respectively, both by way of a [[sudden-death conundrum]] and both with a 63-53 scoreline. In the final against [[Alan Sinclair]], it went down to a [[crucial conundrum]] with Dennis leading by 5 points. LOSTAGAIN was revealed on the conundrum board, and Dennis buzzed on 3 seconds to say NOSTALGIC. However, this was incorrect, and as soon as the clock was restarted Alan buzzed with the correct answer, NOSTALGIA, meaning Dennis suffered his first-ever defeat on the show. Dennis returned the following week for [[Championship of Champions VIII]], but was comprehensively beaten in the first round by [[David Acton]].  
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{{series runner-up|preceded_by=Kenneth Michie|series=32|followed_by=Allan Saldanha}}
          
          
==Episodes==
==Episodes==

Revision as of 22:14, 6 February 2009

Dennis Fearon was the runner-up of series 32. He won the final four heats of the series to return for the final rounds as #5 seed, and beat Graeme Sugarman and Satbir Gupta in the quarter- and semi-finals respectively, both by way of a sudden-death conundrum and both with a 63-53 scoreline. In the final against Alan Sinclair, it went down to a crucial conundrum with Dennis leading by 5 points. LOSTAGAIN was revealed on the conundrum board, and Dennis buzzed on 3 seconds to say NOSTALGIC. However, this was incorrect, and as soon as the clock was restarted Alan buzzed with the correct answer, NOSTALGIA, meaning Dennis suffered his first-ever defeat on the show. Dennis returned the following week for Championship of Champions VIII, but was comprehensively beaten in the first round by David Acton.


Preceded by
Kenneth Michie
Series runner-up
Series 32
Followed by
Allan Saldanha

Episodes

# Date Type Contestant 1 Score Contestant 2 Guest Lex Max
1837 13/09/1996 P Mark Tripp 32 – 56 Dennis Fearon David Jacobs Catherine Stokes
1838 16/09/1996 P Dennis Fearon 58 – 30 Joan Boardman Philip Franks Susie Dent
1839 17/09/1996 P Dennis Fearon 52 – 35 Les Randall Philip Franks Susie Dent
1840 18/09/1996 P Dennis Fearon 59 – 46 Lou Brundell Philip Franks Susie Dent
1844 24/09/1996 QF Graeme Sugarman 53 – 63 Dennis Fearon Philip Franks Susie Dent
1845 25/09/1996 SF Satbir Gupta 53 – 63 Dennis Fearon Philip Franks Susie Dent
1847 27/09/1996 GF Alan Sinclair 78 – 73 Dennis Fearon Philip Franks Susie Dent
1849 1/10/1996 CQF David Acton 61 – 13 Dennis Fearon Jan Harvey Susie Dent
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