Show #6539 - Thursday, February 7, 2013

2013 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.
First tournament semifinal with no winner.

Contestants

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Tori Amos, a sophomore from Englewood, Ohio

Joe Vertnik, a senior from Mound, Minnesota

Kelton Ellis, a junior from Macon, Georgia

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Jeopardy! Round

PIZZA-PALOOZA
RELIGIONS
MAJOR LEAGUE SPORTS CITIES
ACADEMIC ANAGRAMS
YOUR FRIENDS, THE POLICE
"A" "P" HISTORY
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with either an "A" or a "P.")
    $200 11
While other cheeses can be used as the base for pizza, this one is the most popular in America
    $200 1
Shiite & Sunni are the 2 major branches of this religion
    $200 24
The Jaguars
    $200 29
It pays for some college tuition: clip so harsh
    $200 30
If you're pulled over, one thing the officer will ask for is this, because he'd kind of like to know who owns the car
    $200 6
The people of this empire called themselves the Mexica or Tenochca
    $400 12
In Japan favorite pizza toppings include unagi, this snakelike fish
    $400 2
In the 180s B.C. the orgiastic worship of this wine god was suppressed by the Roman Senate
    $400 25
The Blue Jays
    $400 20
Mom's bumper sticker says you're one: end truth soon
    $400 16
You saw the sign, seen here; you disobeyed; you deserve to be cited for this
    $400 10
On converting to Christianity, this daughter of Powhatan took the name Rebecca
    $600 13
Hold the cheese & pepperoni! This chain also offers chicken wings for delivery from its WingStreet menu
    $600 3
The Talmud is a collection of writings on the laws of this religion
    $600 26
The Kings (2 cities, please)
    $600 21
It may be just for the summer &, sadly, unpaid: rent his pin
    $600 17
The police had to break up your party because it was exceeding the legal noise limit of 50 of these units
    $600 7
At age 20 he became king of Macedonia; by 32, his empire stretched from the Mediterranean Sea to India
    $800 14
In the 1940s Chicago's Pizzeria Uno originated this thick, hyphenated style of pizza
    $800 4
The Assemblies of God is the USA's top denomination in this movement associated with speaking in tongues
    $800 27
The Grizzlies
    $800 22
Earn one of these & get 3 letters after your name: octet road
    $800 18
If a city in crisis has a "dusk to dawn" one of these, the cops will make sure you obey it
    $800 8
Byblos, from which we got the word "Bible", was one of the foremost cities of these ancient seafaring people
    $1000 15
Now a frozen brand, it was introduced at a Wisconsin tavern across from a cemetery
    DD: $1,000 5
Members of this Indian religion are expected to join the Khalsa order & are not allowed to cut their hair
    $1000 28
The Fire
    $1000 23
Upcoming happy event: gait around
    $1000 19
Abducted kids up to age 17 can be the subject of this type of alert named after a victim
    $1000 9
In ancient Rome the 2 main social classes were the aristocratic patricians & these common citizens

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

Kelton Joe Tori
$3,800 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kelton Joe Tori
$3,400 $7,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LITERATURE
THE VOICE...
SKIP IT
BIOLOGY
COUNTRY FACTS
CROSSWORD CLUES "E"
    $400 8
In chapter 16 of this novel, Friday's father is rescued from cannibals
    $400 27
That sang the 2012 hit "Die Young"
    $400 29
When you get a scare, you might say "my heart skipped" one of these
    $400 20
In lactation, milk is produced; in lacrimation, these are produced
    $400 19
Island groups belonging to this nation include the Antipodes, the Bounty Islands & the Auckland Islands
    $400 22
Enthusiastic, fervent (5)
    DD: $2,400 9
In this futuristic but not Orwellian novel, Mustapha Mond was called "the Resident Controller for Western Europe"
    $800 28
Behind the album (look carefully) "Mr. A-Z"
    $800 30
It's money an accused criminal puts up to make sure he'll show up for trial; if he skips it, bye-bye money
    DD: $5,000 21
Normally, when the glucose level in the blood is high, the pancreas secretes this hormone to lower it
    $800 18
Go as far east as you can in South Africa & you'll wade into this ocean
    $800 23
A crude representation made for hanging (6)
    $1200 1
She took part of her pen name from her friend, journalist George Henry Lewes
    $1200 4
Of this singer is heard here
    $1200 12
If you skip a curling team, it means you're the captain & must be good at keeping your balance on this surface
    $1200 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew takes a sponge out of a microwave oven.) Your microwave can be a weapon in the fight against germs; zapping a wet sponge in the microwave for 2 minutes should remove 99% of these organisms, like E. coli
    $1200 15
Muslims make up the largest religious group of this nation once part of Yugoslavia
    $1200 24
Having keen vision (5-4)
    $1600 2
Ralph Allen, a rich philanthropist, was the inspiration for Squire Alworthy in this author's "Tom Jones"
    $1600 5
Doing her own singing as young Juliette on TV's "Nashville"
    $1600 11
It means getting bumped up in army rank or school grade; if you skip a grade, you get a double one
    $1600 13
For a giraffe, this, the period of pregnancy, is about 15 months
    $1600 16
It's the largest fruit export for Honduras
    $1600 25
To make abnormally thin (8)
    $2000 3
In "Kidnapped", this young boy discovers that his uncle Ebenezer has cheated him out of his inheritance
    $2000 6
That duetted with fellow country star Kenny Chesney on "Feel Like a Rock Star"
    $2000 10
Like moths, skippers belong to this order of insects
    $2000 14
Most of the water absorbed by a plant is given off by the leaves via this 13-letter process
    $2000 17
Decade in which North Korea invaded South Korea
    $2000 26
White species of heron (5)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kelton Joe Tori
$16,400 $12,000 $1,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CAPITAL CITIES
It's criss-crossed by dozens of "peace walls" that separate its Catholic & Protestant neighborhoods

Final scores:

Kelton Joe Tori
$0 $0 $0
$10,000 $10,000 $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kelton Joe Tori
$12,200 $12,000 $4,000
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
18 R,
1 W
12 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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