Show #7286 - Monday, April 25, 2016

Andrew Pau game 7.
Buzzy Cohen game 1.

Contestants

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Buzzy Cohen, a music executive from Los Angeles, California

Jeanne Roper, a garden designer from Blacksburg, Virginia

Andrew Pau, an assistant professor from Amherst, Ohio (whose 6-day cash winnings total $170,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE UPDATE
I'M INNOCENT
DESCRIBING THE NOVEL
THE DAVY O'BRIEN QUARTERBACK AWARD
(Alex: We'll give you the winner, you give us the school.)
CHICKEN SOUP
FOR THE SOLE
    $200 6
A 2016 report says the world's food supply is in trouble with the decline of bees & others who do this important job
    $200 11
If you're on trial, you want to hear these 2 words follow "We the jury find the defendant..."
    $200 21
A page, after page after page turner by Tolstoy; Paul Dano went Bezukhov on TV; the title covers a lot of ground
    $200 26
1986:
Vinny Testaverde of the Hurricanes
    $200 1
Chickenfoot is a multi-pronged variation of this game that uses white game tiles with pips
    $200 16
The Kyrie 2 & the Kobe XI are basketball shoes from this company
    $400 7
Boo! The 2012 Chem. Nobel Prize was awarded for the discovery of how cells respond to this "emergency hormone" & others
    $400 12
The word "legit" has lost these 5 letters
    $400 22
An unequal sequel; geez, Atticus, 2 decades can really change a man
    $400 27
2014:
The Duck Marcus Mariota
    $400 2
Enjoy some jerk chicken in this Caribbean country where it originated
    $400 17
"Digital" name for a ballerina's slippers that can take her to the ends of her feet
    $600 8
A 62-mile crater discovered in Greenland in 2012, was created by a 3-billion-year-old one of these
    $600 13
Latin peccare, "to sin" gives us this word meaning without sin or otherwise perfect, like one who's ths type of "dresser"
    $600 23
Get up on Updike; the 4th & last novel; Mr. Angstrom takes a load off, permanently
    $600 28
2001:
Eric Crouch, flingin' in Lincoln
    $600 3
A true chick-flick, this stop motion film from Aardman Animations concerns a band of barnyard fowl making an escape
    $600 18
Part of this online retailer's logo looks like a shoe with a "Z" in the sole
    $800 9
in 2015 a team of Harvard scientists announced a breakthrough using anti-malarial drugs to treat this neuron disease
    $800 14
Jesus said "Blessed are the" this "in heart: for they shall see God"
    $800 24
1936, 1936! Compson, Compson! Faulkner! Faulkner!
    $800 29
2015:
The Tiger Deshaun Watson
    $800 4
One of this state's official symbols is seen here
    DD: $4,000 19
The name of these soft leather loafers comes from an Algonquin word for "shoes"
    $1000 10
Kennewick Man, an 8,500-year-old discovery in this western state, is indeed related to Native Americans, who claim him
    $1000 15
in Scientology-speak, it describes one who is free of his reactive mind
    $1000 25
Cormac McCarthy bums us out (again); a boy & his dad's super-depressing journey through a post-apocalyptic U.S.A.
    $1000 30
2006:
Troy Smith, perfect against arch-rival Michigan
    $1000 5
During the 16th c. Wojina Kokosza, or "Poultry War" in this country, rebels ate nearly all of the region's chickens
    $1000 20
In 1989 Reebok introduced this hot-selling inflatable sports shoe

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

Andrew Jeanne Buzzy
$4,200 $800 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Jeanne Buzzy
$6,000 $4,000 $8,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

RALPH WALDO EMERSON
ASIAN FOOD
MY ROBOT PAL
MUSIC CITIES, USA
A ROYAL BRITISH LOCKUP
THE J-V SQUAD
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "J", and there will be a "V" following some--at some point.)
    $400 12
A staunch abolitionist, Emerson joined this political party, supporting & voting for Abraham Lincoln
    $400 7
Similar to an egg roll, it is so named because it's traditionally served on the first day of the new year
    $400 18
Though originally the enemy, the T-800 became a bodyguard in this film series
    $400 6
This city is synonymous with grunges
    $400 1
Henry VI was twice imprisoned in this fortress by his rivals, eventually dying there in 1471
    $400 19
in 2010 Kara Patterson set a U.S. record be throwing one of these 218 feet, 9 inches
    $800 14
Emerson's nickname was "the sage of" this small town near Boston that helped launch the Revolutionary War
    $800 8
The larvae of these fiber producers may put you in a spin: they're a delicacy in Thailand
    $800 24
Fry is the meatbag buddy for Bender, the boozing kleptomaniac robot in this TV series
    $800 13
Often called "the birthplace of jazz". it's also the birthplace of Harry Connick Jr.
    $800 2
This doomed king tried to break out of Carisbrooke Castle in 1648 but got stuck in the bars on his window
    $800 20
This 8-letter word can precede diabetes or delinquent
    $1200 15
Emerson's first wife died of this common lung disease of the time, sending him into grief & intellectual doubt
    $1200 9
Of the Chinese dish seen here, a comedian playing a waiter said, "It's not egg, it's not young, it's just" this
    DD: $3,000 25
The name for this robot came about during the slating of the second reel of dialogue for the film "American Graffiti"
    $1200 27
Stevie Ray Vaughan was one of this city's music legends, & a statue of him stands on the shores of its Lady Bird Lake
    $1200 3
In 1554 she spent 2 months in captivity after her sister Queen Mary suspected her of complicity in the Wyatt rebellion
    $1200 21
This 3- word french term literally means "joy of living"
    $1600 16
Raised in this "single-minded" Christian denomination & one of its preachers, Emerson left it in 1832
    $1600 10
In the Philippines, a lechon is an entire one of these animals slowly spit-roasted over coals
    $1600 26
Mel Blanc was the voice of Twiki, the ambuquad sidekick for this man in the 25th century
    DD: $4,000 28
As host of the iHeartRadio music festval, this city hit the jackpot
    $1600 4
After attempting to help her rebellious sons in 1173, she was imprisoned by her husband Henry II
    $1600 22
Pertaining to a Roman god, or endowed with a hearty humor
    $2000 17
After the Civil War, Emerson traveled out west, meeting & befriending this naturalist in Yosemite Valley
    $2000 11
These Japanese noodles made from buckwheat can be served cold with wasabi or hot with toppings like tempura & mochi
    $2000 30
Ripley finds Bishop a trustworthy android in the film sequel with this title
    $2000 29
In the '70s the O'Jays & Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes helped give this city its distinctive soul "sound"
    $2000 5
Captured by barons, Henry III was freed in 1265 by his son, the future first king of this name
    $2000 23
2-word term for a business enterprise in which 2 or more companies enter a partnership

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Jeanne Buzzy
$16,800 $14,000 $28,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

METAPHORICAL PHRASES
In the late 1800s Clark Stanley was a notorious seller of this 2-word product, which he advertised as a curative liniment

Final scores:

Andrew Jeanne Buzzy
$28,001 $27,995 $33,601
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $33,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Jeanne Buzzy
$16,800 $14,000 $20,600
19 R,
0 W
16 R,
0 W
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $51,400

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