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‘The Masked Singer’ Season 2 Episode 5 Betting Odds

James Murphy by in Entertainment on
  • ‘The Masked Singer’ is a US adaptation of a hit Korean TV series.
  • The season 1 winner was T-Pain aka ‘Monster’
  • Episode 5 of ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 2 will air on October 23, 2019 at 8 PM Eastern on Fox TV

In Episode 4 of The Masked Singer 6 of the 12 remaining contestants squared off mano a mano…uh…boca a boca….and when the mayhem concluded The Skeleton (El Esqueleto) was eliminated. Under mascara contra mascara rules he had to unmasked and was revealed to be none other than David Letterman sidekick Paul Shaffer.

That puts my pre-season ‘inside information’ on who is under the masks to a pitiful 1-5 and now I need to get some new sources. Everyone I spoke with was adamant that The Skeleton was ‘writer’ Stephen King. Not even close. Anyway, The Skeleton’s dismissal leaves us with 11 contestants. Next time these contestants will go at it: Flower, Fox, Ladybug, Penguin, Rottweiler, Thingamajig and Tree.

Here’s the official website for Fox TV’s The Masked Singer. If you missed either episode so far this season you can watch them there:

‘THE MASKED SINGER’ OFFICIAL WEBSITE

And here are the official SPORTSINSIDER.COM Episode 5 betting odds for the second season of The Masked Singer:

‘THE MASKED SINGER’ SEASON TWO BETTING ODDS

TO WIN ‘THE MASKED SINGER’ SEASON 2?

Rottweiler                             +350
Butterfly +350
Flower +500
Flamingo +750
Black Widow +750
Penguin +750
Tree +1000
Fox +1250
Thingamajig +1500
Ladybug +2500
Leopard +3500

‘THE MASKED SINGER’ SEASON TWO EPISODE 5 BETTING ODDS

‘THE MASKED SINGER’ SEASON 2 EPISODE 5 VIEWERSHIP

Over 7 Million                         -150
Under 7 Million                     +130

‘THE MASKED SINGER’ SEASON 2 EPISODE 5 RATING

2.0 or Over                            -150
Under 2.0                             +130

‘THE MASKED SINGER’ SEASON 2 EPISODE 5 SHARE

Over 8.5                               -350
Under 8.5                     +300

The previous three TV ratings propositions will be graded using data reported at TV By The Numbers. 

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