Show #6938 - Wednesday, November 12, 2014

2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Jim Coury, a senior from Georgetown University from Olmsted Falls, Ohio

Joshua Brakhage, a TV news producer originally from South Coffeyville, Oklahoma

Julia Collins, a 20-time Jeopardy! champion from Kenilworth, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

IN THE PINK
THE '30s
NO LONGER AROUND
BRITISH ENGLISH
____IN' COUNTRY SONGS
(Alex: That take us to...)
THE ENDS OF THE ROAD
    $200 1
Since the '90s, the ribbon seen here has been used to promote awareness of this disease
    $200 22
On Nov. 7, 1332 Lucerne joined 3 other forest cantons in this confederation
    $200 3
In 1987 this automaker that gave us the Gremlin & Pacer was swallowed up by Chrysler
    $200 4
Braces are what the Brits call these, an alternative to a belt
    $200 16
Hank Williams:
"Your ____in' Heart"
    $200 26
One end of U.S. 16 is in Rapid City, South Dakota; the other is some 500 miles west in this national park
    $400 11
In 1990 a diver in California found a nearly 470-carat pink one of these, from an abalone
    $400 15
In April 837 it made its closest approach to Earth ever, coming within 4 million miles
    $400 9
In 2011 this airline returned briefly as a TV show starring Christina Ricci as one of its stewardesses
    $400 5
This word for a lawyer contains a synonym for the legal profession
    $400 8
Patsy Cline:
"____in' After Midnight"
    $400 27
Ancient Rome's Via Appia ran from the Forum to the port of Brundisium on this arm of the Mediterranean
    $600 12
Under an agreement with the Natl. Archives, her blood-spattered pink suit won't be seen again in public until 2103
    $600 23
On Nov. 15, 1533 this conquistador entered the Incan capital of Cuzco, seizing all of its gold
    $600 10
At Disneyland, Monsanto's Adventure Thru Inner Space began as riders entered a giant one of these instruments
    $600 17
Instead of "cell phone", the Brits use this adjective, reflecting the fact that you can take the phone with you
    $600 2
Johnny Cash:
"Sunday Mornin' ____in' Down"
    $600 30
Feel free to tell us that this seat of Jackson County, Missouri was the jumping-off point for the Oregon Trail
    $800 13
This Italian-born designer was known for her surrealist fashions & for her signature color, shocking pink
    $800 24
On May 6, 1937 WLS radio reporter Herb Morrison cried that "it burst into flames"
    $800 20
This clear malt beverage whose name is Russian for "winter" got the cold shoulder from Coors in 2008
    $800 18
A kind of sleeveless dress, it's also the across-the-pond word for a pullover sweater
    $800 6
Waylon Jennings:
"I'm A ____in' Man"
    $800 28
Asian Highway 1 stretches 13,000 miles from Tokyo to this country's border with Bulgaria
    $1000 14
In Hawaii, these flowers are often used to make leis
    $1000 25
On February 23, 532 Byzantine Emperor Justinian began the building of this house of worship
    $1000 21
Many cookie lovers still pine for this Oreo competitor that was discontinued in 2003 at age 95
    $1000 19
It's what the British call the hood of a car
    $1000 7
Loretta Lynn:
"Don't Come Home A ____in' (With ____in' On Your Mind)"
    DD: $1,000 29
Construction of BR-010 began in the late 1950s to connect Belem with this new capital

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

Julia Joshua Jim
$2,800 $1,200 -$1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Joshua Jim
$6,600 $4,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANATOMICAL ETYMOLOGY
BEFORE & AFTER
THE REAL FIRST NAME
MOVIE "LAND"
CAUSE OF DEBT
BLUNT FORCE DRAMA
    $400 1
From the Latin for "to hang", it's the thin, closed tube with no known function that hangs from the large intestine
    $400 6
Pugilist's equipment for storing your maps in the car
    $400 7
of Ulysses S. Grant
    $400 20
Johnny Depp played J.M. Barrie in this 2004 film
    $400 25
One analysis says that those who graduated in 2012 with these had an average of almost $30,000
    $400 26
After hearing this children's rhyme in an Agatha Christie play, William Blore dies from a bashed head
    $800 2
No insult intended, but the name of this muscle means "biggest butt"
    $800 8
A woman who gets married in the sixth month to a 1935 movie monster
    $800 15
of Lord Byron
    $800 13
Will Ferrell was sucked into a time-space vortex in this 2009 film based on a '70s TV show
    $800 24
Be careful with getting a HELOC, this type of "line of credit"; your house could go bye-bye
    $800 27
In this 1975 David Mamet drama, the theft of the title coin goes awry & Teach beats up Bob
    DD: $3,000 3
Used as a synonym for thorn, this structure's name comes from a Latin word for "thorn"
    $1200 10
Emergency medical bundle containing a crispy Hershey's product
    $1200 14
of Gus Grissom
    $1200 9
Debra Winger was Oscar-nominated for her part in this 1993 film in which Anthony Hopkins played C.S. Lewis
    DD: $4,000 23
The National Council on the problem type of this activity says it affects 6 to 9 million Americans
    $1200 28
In this play based on the career of Jack Johnson, Caucasian Frank Brady is the title boxer
    $1600 4
Prone to inflammation, this membrane that covers the eyeball & inner eyelid is from the Latin for "to join together"
    $1600 16
Show hosted by Ira Glass that will sell you a 20-year-term policy
    $1600 21
of Paul McCartney
    $1600 11
This 1988 animated film centered on 5 orphaned dinosaurs
    $1600 18
The short duration of these rhyming "loans" given in advance of your next work check can mean high fees
    $1600 29
After Helena hits Jimmy, "anger" turns to passion in this John Osborne play, revived in 2012 with Matthew Rhys
    $2000 5
Though it doesn't look like one, the name of this piece of flesh that hangs from the soft palate means "little grape"
    $2000 17
Novel about Wang Lung's love of warm, rich, brownish hues
    $2000 22
of Mother Teresa
    $2000 12
Sylvester Stallone played an overweight New Jersey sheriff in this 1997 drama
    $2000 19
A study found that these contributed to 62% of personal bankruptcies in 2007
    $2000 30
Ken Harrison's road accident leaves him paralyzed, suicidal & asking this title question in a 1978 play

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Joshua Jim
$16,200 $11,600 $2,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
The 3 Latin phrases found in the Constitution are "pro tempore", "ex post facto" & this legal 2-word phrase

Final scores:

Julia Joshua Jim
$9,100 $16,206 $5,600
2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia Joshua Jim
$13,400 $11,600 $5,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,800

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