Show #6545 - Friday, February 15, 2013

2013 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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David Gard, a retail horticulturalist from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Monica Thieu, a psychology student from Dallas, Texas

Jason Keller, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

PORTU-GALS & GUYS
GENETICS
3 Ls
TONY-WINNING MUSICALS IN OTHER WORDS
AN IMPORTANT QUESTION
WHO WANTS A SANDWICH?
    $200 6
This royal promoted voyages of discovery in the 1420s, but despite his nickname, never embarked on any himself
    $200 14
"Genetics" as we use the word was coined in a 1905 letter by William Bateson, who popularized this monk's work
    $200 1
A thin, flat case for paper money much like a wallet
    $200 11
1983:
"Felines"
    $200 21
James Russell Lowell asked, "What is so rare as a day in" this month?
    $200 23
After a certain holiday, use this leftover meat to make Pilgrim sandwiches
    $400 7
Though born in Canada, this "I'm Like A Bird" singer is of Portuguese descent & holds Portuguese citizenship
    $400 15
The "23" of 23andme.com, a site tracing ancestry & personal genetic information, refers to pairs of these
    $400 2
Liable to err, unlike the Pope
    $400 12
1996:
"Monthly Apartment Payment"
    $400 22
A poem by him says "When can their glory fade? O the wild charge they made!"
    $400 24
Their name implies that they go right down
    $600 8
Trained as a physician before becoming Pope in 1276, John XXI wrote the work "Liber de Oculo", "Concerning" this
    DD: $1,800 16
In 1986 the U.S. issued the first patent on a plant produced through genetic engineering, a hybrid of this grain
    $600 3
This interjection means "Praise ye the Lord!"
    $600 13
1964:
"Hiya, Ms. Parton!"
    $600 28
It was Joseph Welch who asked him, "Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? Have you left no sense of decency?"
    $600 25
An eatery founded by Pat Olivieri in 1940 claims to be the originator of this Philly favorite
    $800 9
She was born in Portugal but became known as a Brazilian bombshell
    $800 17
Way faster than it used to be, it's the act of determining a series like ACAAGATGCC & with it your genetic blueprint
    $800 4
Lumpy fat deposits in the thighs
    $800 19
2006:
"Garden State Guys"
    $800 29
About the tiger, this poet wondered, "What immortal hand or eye could frame thy fearful symmetry?"
    $800 26
Rachael Ray says you can use a heated foil-covered brick as a press to make this Italian-named sandwich
    $1000 10
Teresa Heinz Kerry was born to Portuguese parents in this then-Portuguese colony on Africa's east coast
    $1000 18
This test performed between the 15th & 18th weeks of pregnancy can detect fetal genetic disorders
    $1000 5
It describes ambiguous writing or a type of exercise machine such as a NordicTrack
    $1000 20
1970:
"A Round of Clapping"
    $1000 30
In "As You Like It", Shakespeare quoted this contemporary's "who ever loved that loved not at first sight?"
    $1000 27
This city gives its name to an omelette & a sandwich of eggs, chopped ham & green pepper

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

Jason Monica! David
$4,600 $1,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Monica! David
$8,800 $1,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAME THE COMPOSER
(Alex: And each of the clues will be delivered by maverick classical violinist Gilles Apap.)
WHO'S YOUR MAMA?
AMERICAN HISTORY
LAKES
NATURAL SYMBOLS
LET'S MAKE THEM SCOTTISH
(Alex: And each correct response will begin with the letters M-A-C, as in [Scottish accent] "Mac".)
    $400 10
(Gilles Apap delivers the clue.) Born in Genoa, he was the greatest violin virtuoso of the early 1800s
    $400 26
Sean Lennon
    $400 13
On October 7, 2001 Operation Enduring Freedom began with a U.S. air assault on terrorist strongholds in this country
    $400 3
Lake Ladoga was divided between the Soviet Union & this nation until a 1940 war, when the Soviets seized the entire lake
    $400 19
This flower "of the valley" represents Jesus
    $400 1
Making a Scot of a word that comes before "longlegs" gives you this fella
    $800 11
(Gilles Apap delivers the clue.) He was prolific in many ways
    $800 27
Lucie Arnaz
    $800 16
In 1951, this man entered government service as an attorney in the Department of Justice
    $800 4
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) A narrow passage called the Rigolets connects this Louisiana Lake to Lake Borgne & the Gulf of Mexico
    $800 20
At Dodona this mighty tree was the symbol of Zeus
    $800 15
Woman in a Kiss song, I hear you calling, but you've become this title Shakespeare guy
    $1200 7
(Gilles Apap delivers the clue.) He depicted spring in one of his best known works
    $1200 28
Actress Mamie Gummer
    DD: $5,400 12
In a 1779 battle in the North Sea, he captured the Serapis, a British Man-of-War
    $1200 2
Shared by Macedonia & Albania, Ohrid Lake--one of Europe's most beautiful--is on this peninsula
    $1200 23
Ancient Egyptians thought it was bird royalty, & Horus took its shape
    $1200 14
Ach! It's the type of art seen here
    $1600 8
(Gilles Apap delivers the clue.) This Russian gave us a classic concerto
    $1600 29
Models Elizabeth & Georgia May Jagger
    $1600 17
On September 16, 1893 the Cherokee Outlet in this U.S. territory was opened to white settlement
    DD: $4,000 5
To create this lake in the 1960s, historical ruins such as Abu Simbel were moved to higher ground
    $1600 22
This bird is regarded as a symbol of jealousy, as it lays its eggs in the nests of other birds
    $1600 24
The king variety of this "Scottish" fish can be more than 5 1/2 feet long
    $2000 9
(Gilles Apap delivers the clue.) He made the strings represent Peter in "Peter and the Wolf"
    $2000 30
Dakota Johnson of TV's "Ben and Kate"
    $2000 18
On August 14, 1941 FDR & Churchill issued this charter of cooperation
    $2000 6
This lake that has a female name lies in an old glacial basin between Germany, Austria & Switzerland
    $2000 21
Aptly, this flower is the symbol of Canada's Alzheimer Society
    $2000 25
It's a whole that reflects on a larger scale one of its parts

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Monica! David
$28,200 $9,800 $2,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS WOMEN
Her 1886 obituary in a Massachusetts paper said, "Very few in the village, except among the older inhabitants, knew" her "personally"

Final scores:

Jason Monica! David
$28,200 $11,000 $100
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Monica! David
$21,600 $11,600 $2,400
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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