Show #6984 - Thursday, January 15, 2015

John Schultz game 6.

Contestants

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Amanda Boitano, a 10th grade English teacher originally from Smithtown, New York

Patricia Kelvin, an editor of a monthly newspaper from Poland, Ohio

John Schultz, a computer programmer from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 5-day cash winnings total $104,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

GONNA FLY NOW
HERALDRY
DOUBLE "O"
HOMER
THE ILL-IAD
THE ODYSSEY
    $200 12
An April 2014 press release reported this airline "says ni hao! to Beijing", starting nonstop service; Beijing should say mahalo
    $200 4
In heraldry, a cross surrounded by 4 small crosses is known as the crusaders' cross or the cross of this city
    $200 7
Lunar term for working a second job at night
    $200 26
Heckled by Cubs fans in the 1932 World Series, he's said to have called his shot in game 3 by pointing to center field
    $200 17
When this lung disease was still called consumption, it was one of the leading causes of death
    $200 1
Argus, this creature, dies after being the first to recognize a disguised Odysseus
    $400 13
The first flight of this Irish airline was in 1936, from Dublin to Bristol
    $400 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a coat of arms on the monitor.) During Queen Anne's reign, the arms of England & Scotland were moved to the 1st & 4th quarters, France in the 2nd, & this land's arms are in the 3rd
    $400 8
A row of icons on a computer screen representing tasks within a program
    $400 27
On Sept. 28, 1960 this Red Sox player stepped to the plate for the last time & hit his 521st career homer
    $400 18
The swelling that's the main symptom of this contagious viral infection is caused by enlarged salivary glands
    $400 2
Fittingly, Zeus sends this guy to deliver the message to Calypso to let Odysseus go
    $600 14
Delta Airlines started in the 1920s doing this agricultural task & kept doing it until 1966
    $600 23
A symbol of the Byzantine Empire, the double-headed this was made the national emblem of the Russian federation in 1993
    $600 9
A cavalry soldier or mounted police officer; what a...
    $600 28
In 2012 Josh Hamilton became only the 16th player in major league history to hit this many homers in one game
    $600 19
High pressure in the eye is often the cause of this disease that can damage the optic nerve & cause a loss of vision
    $600 3
Anita Ward sang "Ring My Bell"; Penelope asks prospective suitors to do this, prepare a weapon
    $800 15
Legend says this airline's first route map, of Dallas, Houston & San Antonio, was drawn on a cocktail napkin
    $800 24
The white at the top of a Canadian territorial coat of arms represents the polar regions; the wavy blue line, this trade route
    $800 10
A large terrestrial monkey such as the chacma
    $800 29
On October 1, 1961 Brooklyn truck driver Sal Durante snatched this player's 61st home run ball & then sold it for $5,000
    DD: $1,000 20
This disease is more properly known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy
    $800 5
It's where Odysseus has to travel to consult with the blind prophet Tiresias
    $1000 16
The year after its 1998 founding, this airline said it would offer 24 channels of live satellite TV at every seat
    $1000 25
A principle used as a basis for judging, or, in heraldry, a monarch's long, tapering flag
    $1000 11
An area of shallow water separated from the sea by dunes
    $1000 21
The name of this bacterial infection caused by contaminated water comes from an old word for bile
    $1000 6
She sounds like a "Game of Thrones" character, & she charms Odysseus into staying on her island for a year

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

John Patricia Amanda
$1,000 $2,400 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Patricia Amanda
$800 $6,000 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOUNDARIES OF SPAIN
FIRST LADY MAIDEN NAMES
EXISTENTIALISM
FLOWER POWER
WORDS OF FORGIVENESS
ALADDIN ON BROADWAY
(Alex: With all of the clues delivered by members of the Broadway cast in character.)
    $400 1
This country's only border is with Spain
    $400 2
Rodham
    $400 11
A section in a Sartre work is titled this: "The First Condition of Action"; let it ring
    $400 12
The first U.S. plant patent was issued in 1931 for New Dawn, a type of this thorny flower
    $400 18
I beg your this, a polite allowance or what a convict hopes for from the president
    $400 23
(Aladdin emerges from a beaded curtain to deliver the clue.) "Arabian Nights", the title of Aladdin's opening number, refers to the folk tale collection also known as this many "Nights"
    $800 7
Spain's Balearic Islands are found in this body of water that laps against more than 1,000 miles of Spanish coast
    $800 3
Bouvier
    $800 17
Zurich's Daseinsanalytic Institute takes a holistic approach as part of the existential school of this
    $800 13
This flower produces a latex in its seeds from which codeine is derived
    $800 19
To conduct yourself well, say, in battle, or to declare a suspect not guilty in court
    $800 24
(Prince Ali delivers the clue with his princess dressed in blue.) In a highlight from Act II, we take a high-flying magic carpet ride among the stars while singing this Oscar-winning song
    $1200 8
In North Africa, this country borders the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta & Melilla
    $1200 4
Todd
    DD: $1,000 28
This Danish thinker has been called "The Father of Existentialism"
    DD: $1,400 14
This "filler flower" often used in bridal bouquets comes in several varieties including New Love & Perfecta
    $1200 20
An international organization, or in law, it's an act of forgiveness to an entire class of people
    $1200 25
(The Princess reads.) One of many Disney princesses, I share my name with over 200 species of fragrant flowers
    $1600 9
Legally Spanish territory, the tiny enclave of Llivia is found within France, way up in these mountains
    $1600 5
Davis
    $1600 29
Karl Jaspers explored human choices through each individual's Weltanschauung, translated as this
    $1600 15
In 1878 Switzerland began protecting this flower, Leontopodium alpinum, in the wild
    $1600 21
This word meaning to disregard or give tacit approval is easy to "C"
    $1600 26
(Genie reads.) In a big 8-minute showstopper in Act I, I emerge from the magic lamp to perform this song, whose chorus is "You ain't never had..."
    $2000 10
France's roughly 400-mile border with Spain stretches from the Gulf of Lion to this bay
    $2000 6
Bloomer
    $2000 30
"Being and Time" is the major work of this German thinker, controversial for his Nazi ties
    $2000 16
This flower has clusters of star-shaped blossoms, not clusters of sheep, as you may think
    $2000 22
To peer at something from above, it can also mean to fail to notice; we'll do it for now
    $2000 27
(Jafar reads with an evil laugh.) I am Jafar, a powerful sorcerer & grand vizier to the sultan of this mythical land, the setting of "Aladdin"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Patricia Amanda
$5,600 $15,200 $17,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS HISTORY
Found near Amsterdam in 2010, a 1606 stock certificate from this long-defunct company has been valued at $750,000

Final scores:

John Patricia Amanda
$5,201 $11,200 $30,401
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $30,401

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Patricia Amanda
$5,600 $15,000 $17,800
12 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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