Show #6743 - Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Jerry Slowik game 5.

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John Coulter, a creative director from Henderson, Nevada

Bridget O'Donnell, a law enforcement specialist from Burlington, Vermont

Jerry Slowik, a writer from Arlington Heights, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $98,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL MEMORIALS
DYLAN SONGS IN OTHER WORDS
(Alex: ...talking about Bob Dylan.)
ROMAN ARCHITECTURE TERMS
PORTRAITS IN HISTORY
GUESS WHAT I'VE GOT?
"O-M-G"!
(Alex: Each response will contain those three letters in that order.)
    $200 26
Justice & hope are forever enshrined in this man's Washington, D.C. memorial
    $200 15
"Borne Along By Gusts"
    $200 9
From the Latin for "to hear", it was a building where orators, poets & critics would speak
    $200 4
One thing you'd never hear from him--"I'm not the marrying kind"
    $200 21
A pack of this 3M item--it'd take about 550 million of the 2 7/8-inch square ones to circle the world
    $200 1
This annual school event usually centers on a big football game & welcomes current & former students
    $400 27
The memorial to veterans of this war was dedicated on July 27, 1995 by Bill Clinton & Kim Young Sam
    $400 16
"In The Manner Of A Moving Mineral Aggregate"
    $400 10
Consisting of a final cold pool, a frigidarium was the third & last chamber of one of these public buildings
    $400 5
His wife, Abigail, called the portrait of him painted by Samuel Morse "a stern, unpleasing likeness"
    $400 22
It used to be known as the "1 1/2 Calorie Breath Mint"; today, it's 1.9--either way, I have a box in my pocket
    $400 2
This type of computer language includes the popular Java & Python
    $600 28
Fittingly, a cultural center for this ethnicity is 5 blocks from Philadelphia's Kosciuszko National Memorial
    $600 17
"Get Prone, Noblewoman, Get Prone"
    $600 11
In a Roman villa, a cenatio was a formal one of these
    $600 6
He's the French author & philosopher seen here, book in hand
    $600 23
This style of nickel; 1.2 billion were struck between 1913 & 1938
    $600 3
In 1961 this upscale chain of department stores introduced the first designer shopping bags
    $800 29
Chamizal National Memorial commemorates the settlement of a border dispute between this Texas city & Juarez, Mex.
    $800 18
"Pounding At The Gates Of Paradise"
    $800 12
These water channels could be placed on high arches above ground or go through tunnels below
    $800 7
He came, he saw, he conquered in South America
    $800 24
A key from this organization founded in 1776 that believes "Love of Learning is the Guide of Life"
    $800 14
By federal law since 2000, all commercial flights within the U.S. have been this type
    $1000 30
Daniel Chester French designed the statue in this memorial, but it was the Piccirilli Brothers of N.Y. who carved it
    $1000 19
"Honorific Hand Percussion Guy"
    $1000 13
A sacrarium was one of these in a home or temple, smaller than the L.A. awards show venue dating from 1926
    DD: $1,000 8
He's the Italian hero pictured here--you might recognize him by the color of his attire
    $1000 25
A Rouge et Noir safety fountain pen dating back to 1909 from this luxury company
    $1000 20
It's the "Equality State"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jerry Bridget John
$2,400 $600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Bridget John
$5,600 $3,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WRITERS IN PRISON
WHICH CABLE NETWORK?
GEOGRAPHIC NAME CHANGES
BOTANY
STANDARD TIME DIFFERENCES
TAKE A WALK ON THE MILD SIDE
    $400 9
Alexander Solzhenitsyn spent years in the Gulag after criticizing this leader he called "the whiskered one"
    $400 14
"Key and Peele" & "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"
    $400 20
The ancient city of Byzantium is today this city
    $400 6
Ants live inside these sharp projections of some acacia trees; the ants protect the trees, which produce ant food
    $400 26
It's 9 a.m. in New York City & most people are asleep at this corresponding hour in Los Angeles
    $400 1
A painting of a bowl of oranges is said to be a this "life"
    DD: $7,200 10
He spent 30 days in jail for vagrancy in 1894 before heading to the Klondike, the setting for some of his best stories
    $800 15
"Friendzone" & "Snooki & JWOWW"
    $800 19
This modern African republic was once known as Abyssinia
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Alaska.) Parts of Southeast Alaska receive about 70 inches of precipitation a year, creating a lush, temperate type of this forest that you might expect to find much further south
    $800 27
Noon. Lunchtime in NYC, but out West, only this good time for a snack in Salt Lake City
    $800 2
The posterior muscular portion that separates the oral cavity from the nasal cavity is this palate
    $1200 11
An author, statesman & saint, he was jailed in 1534 & later executed for an act of religious defiance
    $1200 16
"Conan" & "King of the Nerds"
    $1200 21
What was once the city of Christiania is today this Scandinavian capital
    $1200 8
The seeds of the red-bead tree were once used to weigh gold due to their uniform weight: 4 seeds equal this metric measure
    $1200 28
Turned on the TV to watch tennis from London but it was all over! I forgot they're this many hours ahead of NYC
    $1200 3
"Goodness" this word from the Latin for "favor", "great balls of fire!"
    $1600 12
"Le Morte d'Arthur" author Sir Thomas Malory was jailed often, the last time for favoring the Lancastrians in these wars
    $1600 17
"Hell on Wheels" & "Talking Dead"
    $1600 22
For awhile in the 20th century, it was the Malagasy Republic
    $1600 24
Also called cape jasmine due to its fragrance, this corsage flower was named for a Charleston, South Carolina physician
    $1600 29
Turned on the TV to watch the pope--good thing I remembered Rome was this many hours ahead of NYC
    $1600 4
It precedes catch, deal & dinkum
    $2000 13
The "idiot"! He got mixed up with the Petrashevsky Circle of socialists & did 8 months in 1849
    $2000 18
"Covert Affairs" & "White Collar"
    $2000 23
The city of Durban in this country was once known as Port Natal
    DD: $3,400 25
In the scientific name of the common onion, Allium cepa L., the "L" stands for this botanist
    $2000 30
Next, time to call a buddy in Tel Aviv, this many hours ahead of NYC
    $2000 5
In Congress-speak, "the chair recognizes" not "the man from Montana" but this type of "man from Montana"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Bridget John
$21,600 $10,000 $5,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
This intellectual forum started in 1984, bringing together people from 3 different industries, hence its 3-letter name

Final scores:

Jerry Bridget John
$23,000 $5,800 $799
5-day champion: $121,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jerry Bridget John
$15,200 $13,400 $6,800
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,400

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