Show #6580 - Friday, April 5, 2013

Contestants

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Eric Nelson, a teacher and small business owner from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Emily Vandermeulen, a geographic information systems specialist from Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

Salvo Candela, a university administrator from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

MONOGRAMS OF THE FAMOUS & INFAMOUS
IRREGULAR PAST TENSES
YOU'VE GOT TASTE
WORLD "S"ITIES
POTPOURRI
THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN
(Alex: We will name a place for you--a town, a city. Keep in mind that that city has only one team in one of the major leagues--NBA, NHL, or NFL.)
    $200 19
Naval hero JPJ
    $200 16
Also the name of a flower, we did this when the judge entered the courtroom
    $200 11
This fancy brand of mustard says that since 1777 it's "been synonymous with all that is refined, exquisite and delicious"
    $200 1
Pavlovsk & Pushkin are suburbs of this second-largest Russian city
    $200 26
According to the nursery rhyme, it's when "the cradle will rock"
    $200 6
Green Bay
    $400 20
Hard-drinking 19th century poet & critic EAP
    $400 17
Psalm 77: "The voice of thy thunder was in the heaven... the earth trembled and" this
    $400 12
For the very finest in domestic beer, try this Boston brewer's Utopias, aged up to 16 years in the barrel room
    $400 2
Sometimes called the "Gateway to Australia", it's the oldest city on the continent
    $400 27
This type of foot seen in medieval images of the devil may have come from the god Pan
    $400 7
Columbus
    $600 23
Infamous actor JWB
    $600 18
It's the simple past tense of "forbid"
    $600 13
The Oyster Perpetual is a legendary watch from this upscale brand
    $600 3
This Bolivian city is known as the "city with four names", the others being La Plata, Charcas & Ciudad Blanca
    $600 28
In 2012 this model & "Project Runway" host launched her Truly Scrumptious collection for Babies R Us
    $600 8
Oklahoma City
    $800 24
Contemporary British composer ALW
    $800 21
A present & past tense form of the same verb together make this on the playground
    $800 14
You can keep your Cheez Whiz; I'm sticking with this other Kraft cheese food that got the AMA seal of approval in 1931
    $800 4
This city's main east-west street, Nanjing Road, begins at the Huangpu River & heads west
    $800 29
This London theatre was razed in 1644, 2 years after the Puritans closed it down
    $800 9
Jacksonville
    $1000 25
Prolific female author JCO
    $1000 22
In past tense, it's what I did to the truth, then to the rules, then to my friend's ear
    DD: $2,000 15
To show that its fountain pens were the pinnacle of writing instruments, a company took this Alpine name
    $1000 5
In 1822 Prince Regent Pedro of Portugal proclaimed Brazil's independence while visiting this city
    $1000 30
More U.S. presidents have died on this month & day (in different years) than any other
    $1000 10
Memphis

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

Salvo Emily Eric
$200 $3,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Salvo Emily Eric
$4,800 $4,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

AN ODD RHYME
(Alex: Odd because each correct response will rhyme with the word "odd".)
CHEMISTRY
HOW COLLEGES GOT THEIR NAMES
LITERARY ANIMALS
THE "WILD" & "CRAZY"
BENJAMIN HARRISON ADMINISTRATION
    $400 16
Group of whales or peas
    $400 21
Being amphoteric, ammonia likes to react with either of these, the 2 types of substances on the pH scale
    $400 11
Formerly YMCA Evening College, this city's Golden Gate University got its name at the suggestion of a student
    $400 1
When Tarzan called Tantor, one of these animals would come trumpeting & tearing a big path
    $400 6
In Mexico, this Jeff Bridges film about country music was titled "Loco Corazon"
    $400 26
In 1890 President Harrison designated this the first federal immigration station
    $800 17
A considerable lump of chewing gum
    $800 22
Hydrogen peroxide in your bathroom is slo-o-owly undergoing this, a breakdown into components, like a dead organism
    $800 12
NYC's Fashion Institute of Technology got its name in imitation of this school up Boston way
    $800 2
This little girl who lives at the plaza has a turtle named "Skipperdee who eats raisins & wears sneakers
    $800 7
Tough love from Ryan Gosling helps Steve Carell get over Julianne Moore in this rom-com
    $800 27
In 1891 these were installed in the White House, but the Harrisons chose to continue using the old-style gas ones
    $1200 18
Slab o'turf
    $1200 23
When a substance forms clumps in water you've got a colloid; if it disperses uniformly it's this, like a 7% one
    $1200 13
This sister college to Columbia was founded in 1889 & named for the then-president of Columbia
    $1200 3
In a trilogy Katniss Everdeen wears a gold pin of this genetically altered bird
    $1200 8
Add some cream & this 1957 Ingmar Bergman film sounds lie a perfect dish for Wimbledon
    $1200 28
6 states joined the Union: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming & these 2, on the same day
    $1600 19
A staff for Aaron
    DD: $2,000 24
A synonym for simple sugars, like glucose, this word is quite polysyllabic
    DD: $3,000 14
This Pittsburgh U. was formed by the merger of 2 schools, 1 founded by a philanthropist & the other by 2 banker brothers
    $1600 4
Gunpowder is the "broken-down plough-horse" this man rides in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
    $1600 9
"Long Nights" is an Eddie Vedder song in this Sean Penn film about a young man trying to find himself in Alaska
    $1600 29
On July 2, 1890 Ben signed this act outlawing trusts or any other monopolies hindering trade
    $2000 20
One who's half human, half divine
    $2000 25
AMU stands for this "unit" based on the isotope carbon-12
    $2000 15
The USA's oldest college for black women, it was named for benefactor John D. Rockefeller's in-laws
    $2000 5
In this Richard Adams classic, Blackberry is the smartest of the rabbits, but Hazel is the leader
    $2000 10
A Kalahari bushman & a Coke bottle are the unlikely duo at the heart of this 1980 comedy
    $2000 30
On March 3, 1891 9 of these courts were created to relieve the Supreme Court of some of its jurisdiction

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Salvo Emily Eric
$19,400 $8,000 $8,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BROADWAY MUSICALS
The last song in this musical is "Tomorrow Is A Latter Day"

Final scores:

Salvo Emily Eric
$21,195 $0 $9,500
2-day champion: $47,295 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Salvo Emily Eric
$19,600 $8,000 $8,800
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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