Show #6565 - Friday, March 15, 2013

Drew Horwood game 9.

Contestants

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Rob Groves, a classics lecturer from Los Angeles, California

Kathleen Meyer, a journalist and community volunteer from Brookfield, Wisconsin

Drew Horwood, a business analyst from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 8-day cash winnings total $138,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

TV SHOW SETTINGS
___ THE ___ PEOPLE
HIGH FANTASY
MIAMI NICE
"SHORT"
SWEET
    $200 6
"Rizzoli & Isles": solving crime in this New England capital
    $200 26
Anonymous London killer of 1888
    $200 1
The Finavar tapestry trilogy by Guy Gavriel Kay includes Lancelot, this king & his dog Cavall
    $200 11
In 2012 the Miami Marlins began playing at a new stadium in the neighborhood called Little this world capital
    $200 12
Used for long distances, it's radio communication at frequencies between 3,000 & 30,000 kilohertz
    $200 21
This product's familiar packaging is seen here
    $400 7
"Treme" & "True Blood": this state
    $400 27
In Matthew 3 he heralds the coming of Jesus
    DD: $1,000 2
Ned is told "When you play" this, the title of the book, "you win or you die"
    $400 17
South Beach's Pelican Hotel has individual rooms called Power Flower, Big Bamboo & Me this, You Vain
    $400 13
In hockey, the type of goal scored by a team that has a player in the penalty box
    $400 22
Found in Newtons & with a sugar content of more than 50%, these are among the sweetest fruits
    $600 8
"Grey's Anatomy": this seat of King County
    $600 28
He'd killed numerous men by the time he died around age 20 in 1881
    $600 3
This sword-wielding barbarian from ancient Cimmeria was created by Robert E. Howard
    $600 18
Catch shows from the Wiggles to the Deftones at the theatre named for this star of "The Honeymooners"; & away you go!
    $600 14
My order cost $9.25, I gave you a ten & you gave me 50 cents-- you did this!
    $600 23
Rich in vitamin A and cultivated in ancient times by the Aztecs, these edibles are part of the morning glory family
    $800 9
"Mike & Molly": this midwestern city
    $800 29
Bobby Darin is among those who've sung this tune about the blade-wielding Macheath
    $800 4
A large white bear fronts the cover of the first book of the "His Dark Materials" series, known as "The Golden" this
    $800 19
High art at the Lowe Art Museum includes 1882's "The Barge And The Boat" by this Tahiti lover
    $800 15
Food prepared quickly is this profession's specialty
    $800 24
Candy is dandy for Marcel Desaulniers in his cookbook "Death By" this sweet ingredient
    $1000 10
A show about a fading country superstar played by Connie Britton: this city
    $1000 30
This PBS Kids construction whiz & his "Can-Do Crew" entertain kids in 45 languages
    $1000 5
In a novel by Diana Wynne Jones, Howl, the title wizard, has a "moving" one of these domiciles
    $1000 20
This 2-word 1920s style of architecture has a district named for it in South Beach
    $1000 16
Cut of beef near the shoulder
    $1000 25
Sweethearts & wafters come from this company whose name stands in part for "New England"

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

Drew Kathleen Rob
$3,000 $1,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Kathleen Rob
$5,800 $4,000 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

MASON, DIXON, & THEIR LINE
SECOND ROCK FROM THE SUN
THEY CO-STARRED WITH LEO DiCAPRIO
(Alex: In [*], we want you to name the film for us.)
POST MASTERS
AMERICAN ANNUAL EVENTS
DOUBLE N-DEMNITY
(Alex: There will be 2 "N"s in each correct response.)
    $400 26
On Nov. 15, 1763 Mason & Dixon arrived in this Pennsylvania city & shortly headed west
    $400 6
Geologically active, Venus has more of these, like Sif Mons, than any other planet in the Solar System
    $400 1
That dreamy Joseph Gordon-Levitt in a dream of a movie
    $400 16
These orchestral works by Anton Bruckner, like the 90-minute No. 8, are classics of postromanticism
    $400 11
Each July Gilroy, California celebrates this pungent herb with a festival of food & fun
    $400 21
This type of "joke" or "gag" recurs in a play for cumulative comic effect
    $800 27
M & D used an instrument called a zenith sector for determining degrees of this north of the equator
    $800 7
Venus' atmosphere is 96% this compound that makes up just .037% of Earth's; no wonder its globe has warmed
    $800 2
Jack Nicholson as a Boston gangster
    $800 17
In the late 300s Prudentius went postclassical with poems combining this religion with traditional Latin forms
    $800 12
Not Texas but Ridgway, Penn. is home each February to a wood-carving competition using these power tools
    $800 22
Any sudden help, or food miraculously supplied to the Israelites in Exodus
    $1200 28
Jeremiah Dixon was a surveyor & Charles Mason was employed by the Royal Society in Greenwich in this capacity
    $1200 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew explains an animation of Venus on a monitor.) Viewed from Earth, Venus exhibits phases like the Moon. Galileo's 1610 discovery of that fact helped confirmed the Solar System model named for this man
    $1200 3
Cate Blanchett as Ketharine Hepburn, darling
    $1200 18
In the 1960s Robert Venturi pioneered the eclectic style of architecture called post-this
    $1200 13
This liquor flows for 6 days at a September festival celebrating it in Bardstown, Kentucky
    $1200 23
Any plant having a life cycle of more than 2 years
    $1600 29
As a border between free & slave states, "Mason-Dixon line" was first used in debates over this 1820 compromise
    $1600 9
Tennyson's "Crossing The Bar" begins, "Sunset and" this item in the sky that's really Venus
    $1600 4
Daniel Day-Lewis in a period piece
    $1600 19
Not yet 30, Picasso was in the groundbreaking 1910 London art show "Manet and" this group
    $1600 14
"How many CC you got?" might be heard at the 75-year-old Sturgis, South Dakota rally for these transports
    $1600 24
This recent addition to English means a male whose job is child care
    $2000 30
At 5-mile intervals, stones featured the Coat of Arms of the Penn family on one side, this Maryland family on the other
    DD: $3,000 10
The size of South America, a highland surface area on Venus is named for this Greek goddess
    $2000 5
Djimon Hounsou, in Africa
    $2000 20
On this American's death in 2009, the London Times called him "the greatest postwar novelist in English"
    $2000 15
Each year the International Balloon Fiesta held in this southwest city features a mass ascension
    DD: $10,600 25
To separate grain from chaff using wind

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Kathleen Rob
$2,400 $11,200 $18,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE
Samuel Johnson said shakespeare "so carefully informs us" that this play is set on the eve of May Day & yet called it this

Final scores:

Drew Kathleen Rob
$2,400 $4,399 $22,500
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Drew Kathleen Rob
$12,400 $11,200 $17,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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