Show #6822 - Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Julia Collins game 2.

Contestants

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Donna Innes, a criminal defense attorney from Kalamazoo, Michigan

Dilip Rajagopalan, a data scientist from Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

Julia Collins, a supply chain professional from Kenilworth, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,605)

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Jeopardy! Round

I'VE GOT TIME
ON MY HANDS
FOOD-TITLED BOOKS
TOP 40 DEBUTS
ROBOTICS
D MINUS
(Alex: Each correct response will be two words--one word is lacking a "D", otherwise they are identical.)
    $200 16
Gimme back my hour! In 2014 this began on March 9 at 2:00 am
    $200 11
Liturgical gloves sometimes worn by Catholic bishops resemble these, the handwear of knights
    $200 1
It's the title offering seen here
    $200 6
1992:
This rockin' group with "Under The Bridge"
    $200 21
Isaac Asimov's first law of robotics says that a robot may not allow one of these to come to harm
    $200 26
A flat slab of wood gets its "D" karate-chopped off to become a male pig
    $400 17
Astronomers use sidereal time, based on the Earth's rotation in relation to these
    $400 12
Famous ones of these on TV included Bunny Rabbit on "Captain Kangaroo" & Shari Lewis' Lamb Chop & Hush Puppy
    $400 2
"Wherever they's a fight so hungry people can eat, I'll be there" is a line from this Steinbeck classic
    $400 7
1966:
This quartet had us "California Dreamin"'
    $400 22
Toyota built systems including VR, this "recognition", for Kirobo, the first talking robot in space
    $400 27
With a "D", a male duck flies off; without, a lawn tool stays on the ground
    $600 18
Claudius & Nero both had months named after them for a while, but only these 2 remain bearing the names of ancient Romans
    $600 13
In 1890 Dr. William Halsted got gloves made of this for his scrub nurse (later wife), whose skin reacted to cleaning solutions
    $600 3
Dolphins have a title message for us, before disappearing--"So Long, and Thanks for All" this
    $600 8
1972:
They took it easy with "Take It Easy"
    $600 23
iRobot Corporation, founded by a group from MIT, introduced this vacuuming wonder device in 2002
    $600 28
A warning to Will Robinson becomes a strong feeling of rage
    $800 19
This book's name may be from the Arabic for "camel rest stop" & once it gave the positions of the stars & planets
    $800 14
A Japanese variety of this sport called kyudo uses a glove called a yugake with which to draw the string
    $800 4
The narrator casually discusses doing "the ultra-violent on some... grey-haired ptitsa" in this Anthony Burgess novel
    $800 9
1987:
This female trio pushed onto the charts with "Push It"
    $800 24
For decades, robots have been used by this type of police squad as humans watch from a distance
    $800 29
A corpse shuffles off his mortal "D", leaving behind a male child
    DD: $500 20
There are 60 billion of these in a minute
    $1000 15
To keep from slipping, gymnasts use this substance, mainly magnesium carbonate, on their hands
    $1000 5
Roald Dahl's James says, "I know what this is! I've come to the stone in the middle of" this
    $1000 10
2009:
This single-named British gal was "Chasing Pavements"
    $1000 25
This 5-letter prefix comes before "mechanism" to refer to the feedback device that lets robots self-correct
    $1000 30
A word denoting an inadequate supply loses a "D" & becomes a planet

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

Julia Dilip Donna
$5,800 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Dilip Donna
$7,600 $1,100 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The Clue Crew deals with...)
SOUTH AFRICAN WILDLIFE
CROSSWORD CLUES "O"
(Alex: Each correct response beginning with that letter.)
U.S. BODIES OF WATER
CHANGING WHITE HOUSE TOWEL MONOGRAMS
(Alex: We'll give you the monogram for a president, you give us the monogram for the president's successor.)
COLLEGES, NOT UNIVERSITIES
THE WIT & WISDOM OF W.C. FIELDS
    $400 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew sits in an open vehicle in the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.) Though they rest 20 hours a day, the lion is the top of the African food chain; in Swahili, the word for lion is this
    $400 21
Watery desert retreat
(5)
    $400 16
This "serpentine" river joins the Columbia River near Pasco, Washington
    $400 3
From DDE to this
    $400 8
Co-sovereigns chartered this Virginia school in 1693
    $400 26
Fields lamented that a "contemptible scoundrel stole" this stopper "from my lunch"
    $800 2
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows us the landscape and wildlife at the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.) The wildebeest grazing maintains the grassland & helps keep woods from growing, making the animal a keystone species in this environment around us
    $800 22
A long, strange trip
(7)
    $800 17
Critical habitats for the rare North Pacific right whale have been designated in the Gulf of Alaska & this sea
    $800 4
From LBJ to this
    $800 12
The name of this one of the Seven Sisters is a Welsh phrase meaning "high hill"
    $800 27
"I touch nothing stronger than buttermilk--90" this "buttermilk"
    $1200 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us a termite mound in Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.) Termite mounds are built by the worker termites, using a combination of soil, cellulose & excrement all glued together with secretions from these glands
    $1200 23
The Washington Monument is one
(7)
    DD: $2,000 18
Oregon's Wizard Island in this volcanic lake has a cinder cone rising 760 feet above the lake
    $1200 5
From FDR to this
    $1200 13
This pizza magnate & 2012 presidential candidate was a math major at historically black Morehouse College
    $1600 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us a group of animals running through the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.) Though it looks less elegant than other antelopes, one of the fastest & most tireless runners is the red type of this ruminant whose name includes an Afrikaans & English word for deer
    $1600 24
"Boom" or "cuckoo", for example
(12)
    $1600 19
Despite its 730-square-mile area, this Florida lake has an average depth of only 9 feet
    $1600 6
From WJC to this
    $1600 14
Founded not by Roger but Ephraim, this Massachusetts school boasts alums like George Steinbrenner
    $2000 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds up a chameleon in the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.) Gaudy male chameleons pass on their genes more effectively than dull-looking ones--that's an example of what Darwin called the sexual type of this, favoring animals that are better at finding mates
    $2000 25
A lobe of the brain
(9)
    $2000 20
In 1968 Robert McCulloch bought London Bridge & reassembled it over a strait leading into this reservoir
    DD: $2,000 7
From RBH to this
    $2000 15
This school in the "central" part of Vermont was the first American college to grant a bachelor's degree to a black student

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Dilip Donna
$18,400 $3,900 $7,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BASEBALL
Vine Line is the official magazine of this Major League Baseball team

Final scores:

Julia Dilip Donna
$21,000 $399 $6,800
2-day champion: $36,605 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia Dilip Donna
$19,600 $4,400 $7,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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