Show #6905 - Friday, September 26, 2014

Catherine Hardee game 4.

Contestants

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Alan Lange, an actuary from Sarasota, Florida

Tod Macofsky, a massage therapist from West Hollywood, California

Catherine Hardee, a hotel front desk clerk and recent college graduate from Kinston, North Carolina (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
SLANG
GENERAL SCIENCE
WE LOVE "R" MUSIC
(Alex: Each correct response beginning with the letter "R".)
A ROSE GARDEN
FIX THE CAR (NAME)
(Alex: ...by giving the correct synonym for the incorrect word in the clue.)
    $200 1
In 1984 this 17th c. Quaker who governed a colony was made an honorary U.S. citizen
    $200 18
This word for an undead person also refers to a computer that's been taken over to send spam
    $200 11
By definition, bioluminescence is the production of this by living organisms
    $200 23
He had only one Top 20 hit, but it was a big one: "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" in 1968
    $200 26
It's said every rose has them, but excessive production of these can be caused by rose rosette disease
    $200 4
The Lincoln Village Car
    $400 2
Mohammed Ali Jinnah, a lawyer in India, was the founding father of this country
    $400 21
This rolled oats breakfast food stereotypically eaten by hippies is used as an adjective for all-natural types
    $400 14
(Kelly of the Clue Crew demonstrates with a beaker and candle.) Add vinegar to baking soda to create this gas; because it's heavier than air, when poured from a glass, it will extinguish a flame
    $400 20
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler & Joe Perry joined this rap trio on their 1986 hit "Walk This Way"
    $400 27
A blend of smoked lavender & rusty red, a rose named for this Mexican spring holiday boasts fantastic disease resistance
    $400 5
The Buick Park Boulevard
    $600 3
She didn't see the revolution coming, resulting in her death at age 46 in 1918
    $600 22
The act of shopping to improve one's mood is known as this 6-letter type of therapy
    DD: $2,000 15
An abnormal fear of water, it's also another name for rabies
    $600 12
While still a Commodore, he penned "Lady" for Kenny Rogers
    $600 28
A long-stemmed hybrid tea rose was named for this woman immortalized as "England's Rose"
    $600 6
The Nissan Search
    $800 9
Born around 1552 in Devon, he lost a colony in 1590 & lost his head in 1618
    $800 24
Homer Simpson asked Bart & Lisa if they wanted to go to Blockoland; their response: this 3-letter word of indifference
    $800 16
(Sarah demonstrates the clue in the science lab.) The sideways pull of the hoop won't generate enough friction to pull the cap along with it, so the cap drops, showing an object at rest staying at rest, or this 7-letter concept
    $800 13
This 2013 Imagine Dragons hit begins, "I'm waking up to ash and dust, I sip my brow and I sweat my rust"
    $800 29
In late summer, spent blooms form these "anatomical" fruits
    $800 7
The Land Rover Meadow Rover
    $1000 10
In 1618 Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand tried to impose Catholicism & this war was on... & on... & on
    $1000 25
If you say "let's blow" this frozen treat establishment, be aware that you're using a Unilever trademark
    $1000 17
Fog doesn't come on little cat feet, but it can come on one of these 7-letter low-level clouds
    $1000 19
Janet Jackson sang, "People of the world today, are we looking for a better way of life? We are part of" this
    $1000 30
Follow this 3-word rose that ostensibly works well as a ground cover
    $1000 8
The Toyota Land Warship

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

Catherine Tod Alan
$8,000 $1,600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Tod Alan
$9,800 $4,200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TEXAS, HOLD 'EM
(Alex: A gambling category I guess... [*]... or is it?)
CLASSICAL LITERATURE
WHY DOES THAT SOUND FAMILIAR?
4-LETTER OPPOSITES
DANIEL RADCLIFFE
& THE CATEGORY OF GEOGRAPHY
    $400 16
His romance with Bonnie Parker was put on hold when he was jailed in Waco for burglary
    $400 17
This poetic work by Homer ends, "Such was the burial of Hector, breaker of horses"
    $400 12
It's the website where Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin announced their separation
    $400 6
Bellicose:
you've ominously heard of this "before the storm"
    $400 22
In 10 years of Harry Potter movies, a scar shaped like this was applied 2,000 times to Daniel's forehead
    $400 1
Budapest & Belgrade are ports on this nearly 1,800-mile river of "blue"
    $800 23
Yolanda Saldivar, who murdered this singer in 1995, is doing life at Mountain View in Gatesville
    $800 28
Aristophanes' "The Clouds" satirizes this philosopher as the representative of Atheism
    $800 13
Michael Peña played this Mexican-American labor leader in a 2014 film
    $800 7
Copious:
a way to serve meat
    $800 21
In 2011 Daniel filled the shoes of Robert Morse & Matthew Broderick admirably, giving us the "business" in this B'way show
    DD: $3,500 2
The greatest north-south distance of this South American country is 2,731 miles; east-west, 2,684
    $1200 24
The prison at this Texas "ville", named for the Alabama one, housed outlaw John Wesley Hardin
    $1200 29
Book 1 of this epic narrative by Ovid begins with a story of the creation of the world
    $1200 8
Abdul Haq Wasiq & 4 colleagues were heading home in 2014 in exchange for this American
    $1200 9
Adulterated:
some animals are this-bred
    $1200 20
In 2013 Daniel was a howl as this beat poet in "Kill Your Darlings"
    $1200 3
In January 1855, 15 years after the founding of what's now this New Zealand capital, it suffered an 8.2 earthquake
    DD: $1,000 25
In 1966 an appeals court reversed the murder conviction of this Dallas inmate, but he died in January 1967
    $1600 30
This Roman satirist whose name sounds like a word meaning "childish" asked, "But who is to guard the guards?"
    $1600 14
In 2014 the Supreme Court said that this chain of stores could refuse to pay for employees' birth control
    $1600 10
Flee:
part of the head
    $1600 19
It wasn't just another day at the office for Daniel when he guested on "Extras", starring this British comic as Andy
    $1600 4
Over 9,400 feet, Maromokotro is the highest point on this island 250 miles east of Africa's mainland
    $2000 26
Onetime Harris County Jail inmate Charles Harrelson committed one of the few murders of a federal one of these
    $2000 27
When war broke out between Athens & Sparta in 431 B.C., he began writing an 8-book history of the war
    $2000 15
Anne Hidalgo will keep the lights on as this European city's first female mayor
    $2000 11
Unfair:
when found before "deserts", likely unappetizing
    $2000 18
There's little horseplay in this horse play by Peter Shaffer in which Daniel made his Broadway debut in 2008
    $2000 5
This Alaskan peninsula's name is a homophone for what you may need to spot it on a map

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Tod Alan
$18,200 $6,600 $18,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
In 1936 at age 79, he published an article in Esquire magazine in which he described how to pick a jury

Final scores:

Catherine Tod Alan
$36,400 $12,500 $36,400
4-day co-champion: $95,201 2nd place: $2,000 New co-champion: $36,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Catherine Tod Alan
$16,800 $6,600 $16,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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