Show #7233 - Wednesday, February 10, 2016

2016 College Championship semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Kate Laubscher, a sophomore at Northeastern University from Woodside, California

Sarah Dubnik, a senior at the University of Pittsburgh from Jamison, Pennsylvania

Ziad Ali, a freshman at North Carolina State University from Oak Ridge, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

LITERAL LITERARY TITLES
POTS & PANS
SCIENCE TERMS
WHICH CABINET DEPARTMENT?
ON NETFLIX
LIKE A SIMILE
    $200 11
"Large Anticipations"
by Charles Dickens
    $200 28
Time for some stir fry! The name of this bowl-shaped frying pan is from Cantonese
    $200 10
The vernal one of these, around March 21, marks the start of spring in the northern hemisphere
    $200 16
The Farm Service Agency
    $200 2
President Obama says "Life in Washington is a little more boring" than what's portrayed on this Kevin Spacey drama
    $200 19
Keep an eye on someone who's "sly as" or "crazy like" this dog relative
    $400 12
"Deeply Cared For"
by Toni Morrison
    $400 24
Seen here, he wants you to know that a steamer is one good way to prepare his product
    $400 9
You've got about 300 million alveoli in these organs
    $400 17
The Office of Tax Policy
    $400 3
See Gregory Peck in his Oscar-winning performance as lawyer Atticus Finch in this film based on a novel
    $400 20
You were "sleeping like" this, also a type of diary for a ship's captain
    $600 15
"One Dried Grape Catching Rays"
by Lorraine Hansberry
    $600 25
The name of this pan with a long handle should tell you it's perfect to make the alfredo or bechamel types
    $600 1
Livermorium, atomic number 116, is considered unstable; this is less than 60 milliseconds
    $600 18
U.S. Customs & Border Protection
    $600 4
Available seasons of this series include "Coven" & "Freak Show"
    $600 21
That plan is "as dead as" this flightless bird that went extinct around 1680
    $800 13
"Paper-Burning Temperature"
by Ray Bradbury
    $800 26
Grab a skillet made of this two-word alloy of Fe
    $800 7
mtDNA is short for this type of DNA; it was used in 2013 to identify Richard III's remains
    $800 29
The Wage & Hour Division
    $800 5
Krysten Ritter plays a different kind of Marvel heroine as this private eye with a painful past
    $800 22
A boring activity is "like watching" this, which happens even slower with oils than with latex
    $1000 14
"Hill of Sand"
by Frank Herbert
    $1000 27
Set it & forget it; this brand of trademarked electric slow cooker was launched in 1971
    DD: $2,000 8
This imaginary line used to indicate 0 degrees longitude terminates at the North & South Poles
    $1000 30
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    $1000 6
Good news for fans of this show! Netflix plans to air 4 new 90-minute episodes featuring Lorelai & Rory
    $1000 23
Calm under pressure? You're this simile that involves a gourd veggie

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

Ziad Sarah Kate
$2,000 $4,600 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ziad Sarah Kate
$4,200 $8,400 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

INTERESTING PEOPLE
SMALL COUNTRIES
THIS IS MY FIGHT SONG
"IN" THE DICTIONARY
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those letters, "I-N".)
SUBCULTURES
LET YOUR GREEK FLAG FLY
    $400 21
Sadaharu Oh of the Yomiuri Giants hit a career total 868 of these
    $400 5
Little Liechtenstein is almost completely located in these mountains
    $400 28
"Tiger Rag" is a fight song of this South Carolina school
    $400 10
Lower in rank or quality
    $400 20
Naturists is another word for these people who have special areas on some beaches
    $400 22
The nine stripes are said to represent the nine syllables of eleftheria I thanatos, the Henryesque motto, this "or death"
    $800 4
Fossil hunter Mary Anning is considered one of the early stars of this 12-letter scientific field
    $800 6
Catalan is the official language of this country between France & Spain
    $800 29
In a Big 12 fight song, it follows "Boomer"
    $800 11
It's another term for vaccination
    $800 19
Let's put on our costumes & do some LARPing, "live action" this
    $800 23
Pyrros Dimas has carried Greece's flag at 2 Olympics; he must not find it heavy, as this was his sport
    $1200 1
Brazilian diplomat Luiz Martins de Souza Dantas issued visas to help Jews escape this WWII French regime
    $1200 9
The Maldives in the Indian Ocean is made of this natural material & the locals are happy to sell you a necklace of it
    $1200 15
"Rise and shout, the Cougars are out" at this Provo school
    $1200 12
You don't have to read Veronica Roth to know it's a person who revolts against authority
    DD: $4,000 16
Poetry read at the Coexistence Bagel Shop was part of this 1950s movement
    $1200 24
Seen here is the flag of this two-Greek-letter fraternity founded at VMI, part of the Lexington Triad
    $1600 2
Born in China in the 13th century, Rabban Bar Sauma traveled to Europe & is called the "Reverse" of this Venetian
    $1600 7
The tiny nation of San Marino is completely surrounded by this other European country
    $1600 30
The Longhorns' fight song specifically mentions this in-state rival that they'd like to say "goodbye" to
    $1600 13
FDR called December 7, 1941 "a date which will live in" this
    $1600 18
Wearing bangs & black skinny jeans & liking Dashboard Confessional are signs you're in this 3-letter subculture
    $1600 27
From 1898 to 1913 this large island was autonomous & had its own flag
    $2000 3
Czech double agent Karl Koecher made news in the 1980s for infiltrating this organization that hired him
    DD: $3,800 8
About 600 small islands make up this Pacific Ocean country whose name means "small islands"
    $2000 26
"Go, Vandals, Go" isn't an ancient Roman prayer but the fight song of this university
    $2000 14
Contemplate this 13-letter adjective meaning "looking within oneself"
    $2000 17
Those who take midwinter dips in the ocean make up clubs named for this animal; one dates back to 1903
    $2000 25
Greece's flag went darker blue during the 1967-1974 rule by this Spanish-named type of military group

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ziad Sarah Kate
$17,800 $18,200 $7,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S AUTHORS
At 24 he began a verse retelling the Cupid & Psyche myth, including a character named Caspian

Final scores:

Ziad Sarah Kate
$18,201 $35,601 $14,000
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ziad Sarah Kate
$15,000 $15,400 $7,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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