Show #7220 - Friday, January 22, 2016

Contestants

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Fred Vaughn, an Internet operations technician from Mineral Point, Wisconsin

Demi Hueth, a law student from New York, New York

Kyle Webb, a veterinary clinical pathologist originally from Boyertown, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $45,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS 101
SCHWA DE VIVRE
TAKE MY PICTURE!
POP HITS OF THE '80s
ARCHER
DANGER ZONE
    $200 8
A schwa is an unstressed "uh" sound like the one at the start of this military posture

ə 'ten
    $200 6
"Color transparencies" is another name for these & no, I don't want to see the ones from your vacation
    $200 1
"Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" was from Annie Lennox & Dave Stewart, the duo behind this band
    $200 26
This arrow-totin' infant of Roman myth was a gangster of love way before Steve Miller
    $200 25
In 1989 the Lebanese army in the eastern part of this capital hit the west with months of heavy shelling
    $400 23
The most recent left-handed president
    $400 9
People often omit the schwa from the middle of this cacao product
    $400 10
(Jimmy gets in on Sarah of the Clue Crew's presentation of the clue.) Collins Dictionary's word of the year for 2014 was this act that Jimmy's committing
    $400 2
Don't say we're not deep! Here's Poison to tell you that "Every" this "Has Its Thorn"
    $400 20
Daryl Dixon makes ample use of his crossbow on this AMC drama
    $400 18
Unfortunately, there's more than just cliff diving in this Mexican city; 104 homicides per 100,000 residents, reported in 2014
    $600 7
The first president to be born in a hospital; it was October 1924
    $600 12
UCLA's is 419 acres in area
    $600 11
In photo lab work, darkening an area of a print is called burning; lightening an area has this evasive name
    $600 3
We're not "out of touch"! We've got "Out Of Touch" by this duo, an '80s hit-making machine
    $600 21
In a novel, she tells gs, "The boy from District 1 dies before he can pull out the spear. My arrow drives... into... his neck"
    $600 15
In 2009 the Maersk Alabama, captained by Richard Phillips, was 280 miles off the coast of this country when pirates boarded
    $800 16
The first to hold an Internet chat with the public
    $800 13
There's a schwa at the end of this synonym for "couch"
    $800 4
You remember David Coverdale... Tawny Kitaen writhing on a car... it's "Here I Go Again" from this "colorful" band
    $800 22
Merida is on target--repeatedly--as she shoots for her own hand in this Disney/Pixar film
    $800 17
Donetsk & Luhansk in this country (for now) are not good travel choices
    $1000 27
The first born outside the original colonies, in 1809
    $1000 14
A schwa is in the middle of this adjective meaning suffering from feelings of persecution
    $1000 5
These British gloom-meisters cracked the U.S. Top 40 in 1988 with "Just Like Heaven"
    DD: $1,000 24
In the 1730s the "Chronicon Helveticum" expounded on the legend of this archer
    $1000 19
In 2015 the State Dept. said terrorist attacks in the IKR, the Iraqi this "stan" region, are relatively few

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

Kyle Demi Fred
$4,400 $1,200 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Demi Fred
$5,400 $1,600 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

STATE FISH
FEMALE TITLE ROLES
ROARING '20s READER
U.S. UNIVERSITY TOWNS
"EYE" WITNESS
(Dr. Jen Arnold: I'm Dr. Jen Arnold, and we're using high-tech simulations to improve teamwork and reduce error at...)
TEXAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
    $400 15
A sculpture of this fish, a symbol of Massachusetts for more than 200 years, hangs in the state house in Boston
    $400 2
"Private Benjamin"
(1980)
    $400 28
In Warwick Deeping's 1925 "Sorrell & Son", a vet of this war makes sacrifices to raise his son
    $400 1
Florida State University
    $400 9
Make this direct visual link with an interviewer
    $400 18
(Dr. Arnold delivers the clue.) Able to replicate an operating room, emergency room & more, Texas Children's Hospital's Simulation Center provides an ideal environment for risk-free training in obstetrics & this branch of medicine that deals with the care of children
    $800 16
Known as the "striper", it's South Carolina's state fish
    $800 3
"Frida"
(2002)
    $800 22
"Incident at West Egg" was a title considered for this classic
    $800 5
DePaul University
    $800 10
At the sad moment "there wasn't" this "in the house"
    $800 19
(Dr. Arnold delivers the clue.) Studies have shown that simulation-based training improves success rates in procedures such as this insertion of a tube into the trachea to ensure an open airway
    $1200 17
Maine's state fish, the landlocked this, migrates to various lakes & rivers to spawn, laying eggs in nests called redds
    $1200 4
"Gilda"
(1946)
    DD: $3,000 23
"Connie, this is the new game-keeper" is a line from this scandalous 1928 novel
    $1200 6
Temple University
    $1200 13
A translucent visor used as a shield against strong light
    $1200 21
(Dr. Arnold delivers the clue.) In a simulation involving a patient in cardiac arrest, the attending physician must recognize the need to begin this application of electricity to shock an arrhythmic heart back into a normal beat
    $1600 30
This denizen of the deep, Florida's state saltwater fish, could give some boats a run for their money
    $1600 7
"The Young Victoria"
(2009)
    $1600 24
John Erskine hit the bestseller list with "The Private Life of" this beauty of the classical world
    $1600 11
American University
    $1600 14
When this happens in a song lyric, "that's amore!"
    $1600 26
(Dr. Arnold delivers the clue.) Key to the simulation process are computer-controlled mannequins that can breathe, bleed, & display symptoms such as this enlargement of the pupil that can indicate head trauma
    $2000 29
In 1987 Tennessee chose the channel species of this as a state fish; Nebraska followed in 1997
    $2000 8
"Marnie"
(1964)
    $2000 25
Unitarian minister Leon Birkhead served as an advisor to Sinclair Lewis while Lewis was writing this 1927 novel
    $2000 12
Liberty University
    $2000 20
The horse that wins the Preakness Stakes is draped in a blanket of these flowers
    DD: $2,000 27
(Dr. Arnold delivers the clue.) Simulations are so realistic that in one scenario apparent respiratory distress helps team members learn to distinguish between an asthma attack & this allergen-induced condition in which blood pressure & oxygen levels drop, requiring emergency response

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Demi Fred
$10,400 $3,200 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT HISTORY
Pantites, sent to recruit troops, & Aristodemus, sent off to treat his eye disease, were the only known Greeks to survive this event

Final scores:

Kyle Demi Fred
$400 $6,400 $16,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Demi Fred
$14,400 $3,200 $12,000
21 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
5 W
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,600

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