doh - ray - me - fah - soh - lah - tee - doh is eight notes in a standard C scale (remember the song?). Second doh is an octave higher.
7) Six hundred and fifty, overpaid overprivileged IMHO, with the only bar you can legally smoke in (they don’t now)
Okay, let's look at the musical answer first as that has certainly given us the most varied answers! 😃
Yes, I certainly do remember the song although it has been many years since I last saw the film.... but, if I remember correctly, she sings "and that brings us back to doh" (or the C that is an octave higher) which makes me think that the second "doh" is the start of the next scale rather than the end of the original one. I guess that is open to interpretation so I will give you a bonus point for the happy memory from a lovely old film anyway. 😃
Another point for correctly answering question 7.
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