Fitzy, ‘Pocket Money’ Premiere With Flying Colors


Fitzy, 'Pocket Money' Premiere With Flying Colors The day finally arrived: NESN’s newest original series, Pocket Money, premiered on Monday night.

How did it go? Check it out for yourself.

New England sports fan Paul “Fitzy” Fitzgerald took to the streets of Boston to have some fun with his fellow fans (and even a rival fan wearing pinstripes). He asked them a series of three questions: If they answered the first correctly, they made $5. If they answered the second correctly, they got $10 more. And if they answered the third correctly, they made an additional $20. But if they got any questions wrong, they had to give back all the cash.

Fitzy hit Newbury Street, the TD Garden, Fenway Park and other Boston locales in his quest to find someone who could take every trivia question he threw out. Did he find that person?

Check it out — and in the meantime, how would you have fared if you ran into Fitzy on the street?

What was Kevin Millar‘s slogan during Boston’s run in the 2003 playoffs?

What was the name of Cam Neely‘s character in Dumb and Dumber?

How tall is Zdeno Chara?

Watch and learn.

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