Show #6633 - Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Andrew Moore game 3.

Contestants

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Ravi Saxena, a computer programmer from Chicago, Illinois

Henry Watkins, an actor and comedian originally from Atlanta, Georgia

Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $56,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?
IN THE SPORTS MOVIE'S CAST
BLANK VERSE
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
GOV.
2 Js
    $200 2
If you're from the capital of Pennsylvania, you're called this, which sounds a bit like a food item
    $200 19
Robert Redford as Roy Hobbs, Robert Duvall as Max Mercy
    $200 13
"What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a ___ in the sun?"
    $200 30
U.S. territorial waters were originally set at 3 miles because these could only shoot about 3 miles in the 1700s
    $200 22
The SBA, this administration, helps the little guy with loans & contracts
    $200 29
A 747, for example
    $400 16
1 of the 2 countries you might hail from if you're Hispaniolan
    $400 5
Cuba Gooding Jr. as Rod Tidwell, Jay Mohr as Bob Sugar
    $400 15
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep, but I have ___ to keep"
    $400 27
The French unit known as an arpent is still used in this state, where you'll find a street called 80 Arpent Road
    $400 21
(Vice President Joe Biden delivers the clue.) Also called the NSC, this advisory body to the president on foreign & defense policies includes the vice president
    $400 28
2-word conditioning exercise, & that's the fact
    $600 18
A Neorican is someone originally from this place who has lived in the United States
    $600 25
Burt Lancaster as Moonlight Graham, Frank Whaley as Moonlight Graham
    $600 23
"___! ___! Burning bright in the forests of the night"
    $600 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Haleakala Observatory in Maui, Hawaii.) Named by a tech journal as one of 20 marvels of modern engineering, the heart of the Pan-Starrs Telescope is the world's largest digital camera--it can capture images containing up to 1.4 billion of these units of video resolution
    $600 11
Care for ICE? As a federal agency, ICE means the enforcement of these 2 things
    $600 7
Weaponless martial art that sometimes uses a foe's own strength & weight to disable him
    $800 6
This term for someone from the "Wolverine State" ends with the name of a male bird
    $800 10
Michael O'Keefe as Danny Noonan, Ted Knight as Judge Smails; well...?! We're waiting!
    $800 24
"O ___! My ___! Our fearful trip is done"
    $800 12
It's 3.37 inches longer than a yard
    $800 3
You're on "Q" with the Centers for Disease Control's DGMQ, the Division of Global Migration & this
    $800 8
An object venerated superstitiously; why do we always hear about the "bad" kind?
    DD: $2,500 9
If you're a Crucian, you're from this U.S. Virgin Island
    $1000 1
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Art Howe, Chris Pratt as Scott Hatteberg
    $1000 20
"I died for beauty--but was scarce adjusted in the tomb, when one who died for ___, was lain in an adjoining room"
    $1000 14
This system used in weighing precious metals derives its name from a French city that once held a medieval fair
    $1000 4
Be active & eat healthy, says the PCFSN, the President's Council on Fitness & these 2 things
    $1000 17
The seeds of this shrub are used as an oil in cosmetics & shampoo

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

Andrew Henry Ravi
$7,300 $1,800 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Henry Ravi
$10,300 $2,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMERS
"PAN" HANDLING
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those three letters.)
PAINTING & SCULPTURE
RELATIVE-ITY
ARTIFICIAL
INTELLIGENCE
    $400 25
In 2008 this astronomer for whom a space telescope is named was honored on a U.S. postage stamp
    $400 28
A wide view of a large area of land or water
    $400 26
"Nympheas", one of his paintings of water lilies, sold for nearly $44 million at a 2012 auction
    $400 30
As a young actress in NYC, this future "Carrie" star lived with cousin Rip Torn
    $400 29
This literary character's artificial leg is carved from the jawbone of a whale
    $400 27
Cartographic intelligence, primarily derived from these, is crucial for military operations
    $800 24
Giovanni Schiaparelli named several features on this planet &, in 1877, discovered "canali", or channels
    $800 23
Flat Italian bread cut & filled with cheese & meat
    $800 17
Seen here is El Greco's view of this city -- the one in Spain, not Ohio
    $800 21
Jason Schwartzman & Sofia Coppola can always say, "hey, cousin" to this "Ghost Rider"
    $800 22
The Jarvik-7 was an artificial one of these first used in 1982
    $800 7
It's the guise under which a spy operates; the couple on FX' "The Americans" uses the "deep" type
    $1200 18
The first 2 of this German astronomer's laws of planetary motion appeared in his 1609 work "Astronomia Nova"
    $1200 19
All the divinities worshiped by a particular people
    $1200 1
In 1901 his sculpture "Bronco Buster" was exhibited at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo
    $1200 20
Paris Hilton's mom, Kathy, is the sister of Kim & Kyle Richards, 2 of the "Real Housewives of" this city
    $1200 9
First produced in 1930, this long-lasting artificial rubber has a name that begins with the Greek for "new"
    $1200 6
Better geographic intelligence could have aided the failed 1980 Iran hostage rescue, as helicopters were disabled by these
    DD: $2,000 12
A type of this astronomical object is named for Karl Schwarzschild; his name should give you a hint
    $1600 10
To produce work indulging the vulgar taste of an audience
    $1600 2
He was the sculptor of the Lion of Belfort & a little piece called the Statue of Liberty
    $1600 8
Philip Glass has composed music for "This American Life", hosted by this cousin
    $1600 15
Breeding dogs in the 1780s, Lazzaro Spallanzani was the first successful user of this technique
    $1600 4
One who breaks down & examines an issue; the CIA has job openings for "economic", "military" & "threat" ones
    $2000 11
His sister Caroline found 8 comets on her own & helped him discover Uranus
    $2000 13
From the Spanish for "long, thin biscuit", it's a long, thin cigar
    DD: $4,000 3
The Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania displays art by 3 generations of this family
    $2000 16
"Thor" co-star Stellan Skarsgard's son Alexander really sucks as this "True Blood" vampire
    $2000 14
The villages made clean & happy to fool Catherine the Great as she toured Russia were named for him, her adviser
    $2000 5
In 1960 agents of this Israeli spy service abducted Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Argentina

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Henry Ravi
$28,700 $12,400 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WAR NOVELS
Appropriately, the sound of musketry & artillery is described as "a crimson roar" in this story

Final scores:

Andrew Henry Ravi
$32,500 $24,400 $5,900
3-day champion: $89,302 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Henry Ravi
$24,800 $12,400 $3,000
29 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
2 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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