Show #6272 - Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Jason Keller game 3.

Contestants

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Doug Davies, an investment consultant from Monrovia, California

Karen Hedlund, a nursing tutor from Brooklyn, New York

Jason Keller, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $44,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC NOVELS
BROADWAY MUSICAL SETTINGS
WORD ORIGINS
PROJECT RUNAWAY
COLORS
PAPAL PEOPLE
(Alex: We'll give you the year; you identify the pope.)
    $200 1
In this novel, Lucy Westenra "went to the window and looked out, but could see nothing, except a big bat"
    $200 6
This musical opens with Anna's arrival in Bangkok
    $200 20
This adjective that can mean disrespectful or lively is an alteration of "saucy"
    $200 16
Improvement of the "mixing bowl" interchange in this state near D.C. met its budget of $676 mil.--revised from $350 million
    $200 9
Crayola has a fluorescent color called "unmellow" this
    $200 26
2005:
XVI
    $400 2
Boris (Drubetskoy) & Natasha (Rostova) are 2 of the many characters in this Tolstoy tome
    $400 7
The title of this musical about a white DJ & a black club singer in 1950s Tennessee is the city of its setting
    $400 21
This, from Middle French for "small ball", is stronger than the bullet, which is from modern French for "small ball"
    $400 17
Montreal's mayor said this 1976 event "can no more have a deficit than a man can have a baby"; birth weight was over $1 billion
    $400 10
One of Ireland's nicknames includes this green hue
    $400 27
1914:
XV
    $600 3
Anna Sewell wrote this novel to "induce kindness, sympathy and an understanding treatment of horses"
    $600 8
"The Music Man" takes place "right here in" this Iowa city
    $600 22
First appearing more than a century ago, it means gutsy & is probably a blend of bold & audacious
    $600 18
In 2005 Shell said its Sakhalin project in this country was $10 billion over budget--a lot, even for an oil company
    $600 11
This neutral color can refer to the Confederate Army
    $600 28
In the same year:
I & II
    $800 4
Willa Cather re-created the struggles of prairie life in her novel "O" these people!
    $800 12
This show takes place on a Greek isle while a single mother prepares for her daughter's wedding
    $800 23
This 19th century 2-wheeled cab was named for a Brit, not for its good looks
    $800 19
As of 2010 its refurbishment of Broadcasting House, its London headquarters, was 100 million pounds over budget
    $800 14
This secondary color is in the third line of "America The Beautiful"
    $800 29
1958:
XXIII
    $1000 5
The title qualities of this Jane Austen novel represent sisters Elinor & Marianne, respectively
    $1000 13
The '60s-set "Hairspray" takes place in this American city
    $1000 24
This nickname for paper measuring 13 by 16 inches gets its name from an old watermark of a court jester's hat
    $1000 25
L.A. spent about $600 million to turn the Ambassador Hotel into a K-12 school complex named for this late politician
    DD: $1,800 15
The name of this deep red also means "of prime importance"
    $1000 30
1963:
VI

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Jason Karen Doug
$2,800 $1,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Karen Doug
$6,200 $3,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL
HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDDING
YULE TUBE
ZOOM IN FOR A CLOSE-UP
MAKING A "LIST"
CHECKING IT TWICE
    $400 21
According to this prophet's "History", an angel appeared at his bedside & told him where to find the gold plates
    $400 7
If she's married, this principal attendant to the bride gets a more matronly title
    $400 2
Yule have a green (ogre) Christmas in the land of Far Far Away:
"____ the Halls"
    $400 24
To start off, you're getting an aerial view of this state
    $400 1
C'mon, Johnny, let's go down & do this, sign up for service in the military
    $400 12
From the Latin for "two", it's a man who gets married without bothering to divorce his first wife
    $800 22
A Michigan realtor claimed that this New Testament man (& his head) appeared to him 30 times between 1927 & 1933
    $800 8
A term for Frodo, or a young 'un at a wedding who participates in the ceremony by holding the bands
    $800 14
Santa & company crash on an island & meet the island's penguins:
"Merry ____"
    $800 25
First there was one big county, then Norfolk split off in 1793, leaving this county
    $800 3
Mario Vargas Llosa is both a Nobelist & this, 1 letter different
    DD: $2,500 13
This constitutional amendment uses the phrase "twice put in jeopardy of life or limb"
    $1200 23
James Chadwick must have heard if not seen angels to write the English words of "Angels We Have Heard" here
    $1200 9
She made white wedding gowns fashionable affer she wore one during her 1840 wedding in London
    $1200 18
A dog mishears a Christmas lyric:
"____, the Other Reindeer"
    $1200 26
This river winds through the county until it reaches Boston Harbor
    $1200 4
Sleepwalker is a less formal word for one of these
    $1200 15
Laura Dern plaved Katherine Harris in the HBO movie with this electoral title
    $1600 29
This 18th century Swedish scientist who had visions of angels gave his name to a Christian Mystic movement
    $1600 10
A bride often has an extra one of these thighwear items just to toss to the single male guests
    $1600 19
Featuring a Charlie-in-the-Box:
"Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer & the Island of Misfit ____"
    $1600 27
Just south of the river and west of Boston Common is the area called this Garden, for all people to enjoy
    DD: $1,600 5
Adjective for the medical philosophy of treating the entire person, mind & body, not just the part that's ailing
    $1600 16
Going up from one of these settings to the next on a lens gives you twice as much exposure to light
    $2000 30
The "Angel of Hadley" is said to have saved a New England town during the war with this Indian "King"
    $2000 11
A popular wedding march comes from music Mendelssohn wrote for this magical Shakespeare play
    $2000 20
Featuring warm weather & fireworks:
"Rudolph & Frosty's Christmas in ____"
    $2000 28
In the garden is this American, but not Massachusetts-born, hero on horseback, ready for his close-up
    $2000 6
The second-largest moon of Jupiter, or a nymph loved by Zeus
    $2000 17
In the 1500s this circumnavigator was hurt twice in the East Indies & a third time fighting the Moors

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Karen Doug
$22,600 $6,100 $7,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

POETS
While north of his homeland he was inspired to write perhaps his greatest work, "Alturas de Macchu Picchu"

Final scores:

Jason Karen Doug
$25,000 $6,100 $12,201
3-day champion: $69,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Karen Doug
$22,600 $10,400 $7,600
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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