Show #6384 - Thursday, May 24, 2012

Joel Pool game 4.

Contestants

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Julie Zukowski, a public librarian from Crystal Lake, Illinois

Ursula Rodgers, a homemaker and visual artist from Denver, Colorado

Joel Pool, a real estate developer from Oakland, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $69,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREAN LINES
WE BAND OF BROTHERS
MY SALAD DAYS
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE
2B OR NOT 2B
THE WINTER OF OUR DISCOUNT TENT
    $200 18
After this man scoffs, "The ides of March are come", the reply is "Ay... but not gone"
    $200 1
Last name of brothers Barry, Robin & Maurice of Bee Gees fame
    $200 5
Monday is for Panzanella, an Italian salad whose name suggests it will have healthy chunks of this
    $200 14
In the 1100s Joachim of Fiore divided history into stages of the father, the son & coming soon--this
    $200 10
Crumbled rock / Russian currency
    $200 20
"Winter-proof", hah! Our tent collected so much ice & snow, it resembled this Inuit dwelling aka an aputiak
    $400 19
Dick the Butcher makes the bloody suggestion "The first thing we do, let's kill all" these professionals
    $400 2
Brothers Jonny & Colin Greenwood formed this band with Thom Yorke while students at Oxford
    $400 6
On the way home on Tuesdays, I stop at Long John Silver's & get a couple pounds of this cabbage salad
    $400 15
The history of the formation of these culminates in the megalopolitan stage
    $400 11
One who tells lies / moral toughness & character
    $400 21
It took us hours to erect, & I hurt several of these lower-back vertebrae just below the thoracic
    $600 26
"Get thee to a nunnery" is directed to this bard beauty
    $600 3
Mike Kroeger & this half-brother of his are in the post-grunge group Nickelback
    $600 7
Wednesdays, try this alliterative salad filled with poultry &, of course, mandarin oranges
    $600 17
Also called Old English, it's the hyphenated term for the first stage in the development of our language
    $600 12
A French title for a clergyman / an American nickname for our 16th president
    $600 22
Winds rushed in & Billy lost some frostbitten toes due to the "dry" type of this localized death of tissue
    $800 27
"O, how this spring of love resembleth the uncertain glory of an April day", says Proteus, part of this title duo
    $800 4
Little Richard inducted this R&B vocal trio of brothers into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    $800 8
Thursdays, start with this type of salad seen here, basically, a large section of lettuce with lots of blue cheese
    $800 13
A fun activity in "hot" water / a fun activity in fast-running rivers
    $800 23
It said "flame resistant", but a bit of this, aka paraffin oil, got on the tent & a spark lit it up like a Roman candle
    $1000 28
Contemplating murder, Macbeth asks, "Is this" this weapon "which I see before me"
    $1000 16
Isaac Slade's brother Caleb was asked to leave this band, inspiring its 2005 "Over My Head (Cable Car)"
    $1000 9
At a Saturday dinner party, presentation is key, so we serve composed salads, the opposite of this style
    $1000 25
A British slang term meaning "swindle" / a British aristocrat such as a duke
    $1000 24
The gaping holes in mother's tent let the ticks in, & now she's got this citric-sounding disease

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

Joel Ursula Julie
$1,200 $2,800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Ursula Julie
$3,400 $6,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

50 YEARS AGO--1962
ANIMAL VERBS
OPERA CHARACTERS
ROMAN THE ROADS
"O", HOW ENTERTAINING
NEWSPAPER TOWNS
    $400 6
On February 20, after 10 previous delays, he became the first American to orbit the earth
    $400 11
Pester, or equip a room with electronic listening devices
    $400 26
In a rock opera this deaf, dumb & blind kid becomes a pinball wizard
    $400 21
Aka the "sacred way", this first & most famous Roman road ran south to the seaports of the Mediterranean
    $400 1
Called the "most influential work in the American musical theatre", it opens with "Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin"'
    $400 16
Detroit, Michigan
    $800 7
Month in 1962 when the Cuban Missile Crisis brought the U.S. & the Soviet Union to the brink of war
    $800 12
Stubbornly oppose a trend, or leap upward arching the back like a bronco
    $800 27
In a Wagner opera it's heads up for Jochanaan, who is this biblical figure
    $800 22
The Via Flaminia extended north from Rome & joined the Via Aemilia before "crossing" this stream
    $800 2
In 2011 Elizabeth, kid sister in this celebrated family, gave a breakout performance in "Martha Marcy May Marlene"
    $800 17
Baltimore, Maryland
    $1200 8
We've had enough Shakespeare for one game; in 1962 this playwright's festival began at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
    $1200 13
Pursue relentlessly, as a certain type of dog does
    DD: $2,000 28
In a Franz Lehar opera, Hanna Glawari, who recently lost her banker-husband, is this title character
    $1200 23
In 12 B.C., the emperor Augustus ordered the Via Aurelia be extended through the mountains near modern Nice, connecting Rome with this Roman province
    $1200 3
This actor's familiar TV face can now be seen on "Modern Family"
    $1200 18
St. Louis, Missouri
    $1600 9
Passing away at 78 she was laid to rest beside her husband at Hyde Park
    $1600 14
To drain the essence of, or to bleed via a certain bloodsucking worm
    DD: $3,000 24
These stones bearing a dedication to the emperor were set every 1,000 paces along Roman roads
    $1600 4
This film about guy & girl musicians making a connection in Dublin has become a stage musical
    $1600 19
Miami, Florida
    $2000 10
Katherine Anne Porter sailed up the bestsellers list with this top novel of 1962
    $2000 15
Refuse to talk, like a beach creature
    $2000 25
The Stanegate, a Roman road in the north of England, paralleled the route of this defensive wall
    $2000 5
Young Walt Disney felt constricted by live-action film, & created this lucky rabbit, his first major animated character
    $2000 20
Seattle, Washington

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Ursula Julie
$14,000 $8,400 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BIOGRAPHIES
"The Man who Invented the Twentieth Century" is a biography of this scientist born in the Balkans

Final scores:

Joel Ursula Julie
$17,000 $4,600 $10,300
4-day champion: $86,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joel Ursula Julie
$12,600 $10,400 $5,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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