Show #6983 - Wednesday, January 14, 2015

John Schultz game 5.

Contestants

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Cyndi Pruss, a biochemist from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Joshua Qualls, a theoretical physicist from Lexington, Kentucky

John Schultz, a computer programmer from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 4-day cash winnings total $85,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARK SUPREME COURT CASES
FRUIT
WHAT IT'S NOT
EARTH
WIND
"FIRE"
    $200 26
In Texas v. Johnson, a sharply divided Court said burning the U.S. flag is protected by this part of the Constitution
    $200 11
The name of this fruit contains the name of the drink of the gods
    $200 16
It's not acting's Peter or Jane, it's the car company that makes the 33-mpg Fit
    $200 1
This Kenyan capital gets its name from a Masai watering hole called "Cold Water"
    $200 21
This Midwest band was known for its horn-laden pop, as on the hit "Saturday In The Park"
    $200 6
In 2007 Marko Lisec of Slovenia built a 60,589-cubic foot one of these to celebrate Labor Day
    $400 27
This family got a unanimous decision from the Warren Court against the Topeka Board of Education
    $400 12
The Medjool type of this is the fruit of a certain palm tree
    $400 17
It's not derivative, it's from the Latin for "chief" & is an election for a party's nomination
    DD: $1,000 2
Among the seas of the Mediterranean, it's alphabetically first
    $400 22
The horn hook on her hit "Crazy In Love" was sampled from the Chi-Lites hit "Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)"
    $400 7
This software or hardware barrier is used to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing your computer
    $600 28
The 1966 case of this man v. Arizona established that the police must inform suspects of their 5th Amendment rights
    $600 13
Pamplemousse is French for this citrus fruit
    $600 18
It's not a horrific forest made of canines, it's the "flowering" state tree of Virginia
    $600 3
Seen here, the Peace Palace in this Dutch seat of government was a gift of Andrew Carnegie
    $600 23
His name is Andy Hamilton & he played sax with this band on their 1980s hit "Rio"
    $600 8
Term for a meteor brighter than Venus in the morning or evening sky
    $800 29
Constitutional scholars say that the Court's worst decision ever was against this plaintiff in 1857
    $800 14
In Colonial times this tropical fruit became a symbol of hospitality
    $800 19
It's not what you think, sweetie! This leader of Myanmar's National League for Democracy is just a friend!
    $800 4
It's also known as the "Grand Canyon of the Snake"
    $800 24
"Ba de ya, say do you remember" this hit by Earth, Wind & Fire, one of many featuring the Phenix Horns
    $800 9
A British fighter plane of WWII, or a fierce-tempered woman
    $1000 30
The 1819 case of McCulloch v. Maryland affirmed that Congress had these "powers" not enumerated in the Constitution
    $1000 15
Elephant heart is a red-fleshed variety of this fruit
    $1000 20
It's not the building where the freshmen live, it's a vertical window in a projection built out from a sloping roof
    $1000 5
Lake Vostok is the largest lake here
    $1000 25
This group brought in the USC marching band to get that big brass sound on "Tusk"
    $1000 10
This 3-word phrase means taking a risk while engaging in what seems like a game

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

John Joshua Cyndi
$1,800 -$400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Joshua Cyndi
$4,200 $600 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 19th CENTURY
JOBS IN ART
CAT-O'-FIVE-TALES
DESIGNERS
FROM NAMES TO WORDS
LUCKY '13
    $400 16
This ex-vice president's shady dealings forced him to go by the name Adolphus Arnot in 1812
    $400 21
Edward Hopper's wife was his model for this worker at a filing cabinet in "Office at Night"
    $400 1
In this fictional E.B. White family, there are cat & mouse games between Snowbell & Stuart
    $400 22
Last name in common to women's sportswear designers Anne & Calvin
    $400 6
To refuse to buy a company's products
    $400 11
Carole Middleton served as his nanny in the days immediately following his July 2013 birth
    $800 17
The French capture of Algiers in 1830 ended a long run of preying on shipping by these Barbary-an guys
    $800 23
Luke Fildes used the sickbed of his little son as inspiration for an 1891 work depicting this professional
    DD: $2,000 2
Church, the cat in this Stephen King novel, is killed one day, then pops up the next day like nothing happened--typical cat
    $800 30
We know that "The Devil Wears" this designer, but do you know she has a doctorate in political science & studied mime?
    $800 7
Pair it with tights & you've got a ballet outfit
    $800 12
She was lucky enough to win an Oscar (for "Silver Linings Playbook") but unlucky when she tripped on her way to the stage
    $1200 18
Not a fan of abolitionists, he was a volunteer in the militia at the hanging of John Brown
    $1200 24
19th century art's focus on unglamorous work included Daumier's this -ess
    $1200 3
"The Cat" by this single-named Frenchwoman is about a Russian blue who's devoted to her master--but not to his fiancee
    $1200 29
She took over creative control of her family's design house in 1997, after her brother Gianni's death
    $1200 8
Hey, sweetheart, it means to refuse to share
    $1200 13
"You Give Love A Bad Name" was on the set list of this group's 2013 tour, the year's highest grossing
    DD: $2,500 19
Exiled from Prussia in 1849, this newspaper editor printed his final issue in red
    $1600 25
This 18th century master of Venetian views gave us "The Stonemason's Yard"
    $1600 4
You can find a book of the Pentateuch in the name of this T.S. Eliot cat who has "buried nine wives"
    $1600 27
Before "Project Runway" & his own fashion line, he was a child actor born Karl Anderson Jr.
    $1600 9
In 1923 the New York Times defined it as "to escape"
    $1600 14
Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis became global superstars when this video featuring a vulpine query went viral
    $2000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) An 1823 treaty assured the return of runaway slaves, & a move south to a 4-million-acre reservation by this Native American tribe
    $2000 26
This 20th century African-American master depicted "The Carpenters" here
    $2000 5
Robert Heinlein's "The Cat Who Walks Through Walls" mentions a cat named Pixel, a reference to this physicist's cat
    $2000 28
After his suicide in 2010, Vogue paid tribute to him with a portfolio of his pieces called "Alexander the Great"
    $2000 10
This style named for a painter is a goatee plus a wispy mustache
    $2000 15
On July 13, 2013 she tied the knot with actor Olivier Martinez; 3 months later, at the age of 47, she gave birth to their son

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Joshua Cyndi
$15,800 $9,700 $6,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
The difference of this Southern state's highest & lowest points is only 345 feet, the smallest disparity among the states

Final scores:

John Joshua Cyndi
$19,500 $16,000 $11,900
5-day champion: $104,500 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Joshua Cyndi
$15,800 $12,000 $6,000
19 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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