Show #7294 - Thursday, May 5, 2016

2016 Teachers Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

WE ASKED: Eric Stonestreet of Modern Family.

Contestants

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Terrie Trebilcock, a high school history and economics teacher from Glen Rock, Pennsylvania

Tenaya Snider, a 10th grade English teacher from Tucson, Arizona

Peter Buchholz, a 6th grade U.S. history and language arts teacher from Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Jeopardy! Round

TV TITLE CHARACTERS
SCHOOL SUBJECTS IN GERMAN
A VICE PRESIDENT'S SURNAME
EYES ON THE PRIZE
A VISIT TO NEW YORK STATE
5 COMMANDMENTS
(Alex: We didn't have room for all 10 that you will find in the King James Bible, just five of them.)
    $200 7
The doctor will see you now... Mads Mikkelsen had a bone to pick with you as this cannibal on NBC
    $200 1
Französisch
(the neighbors will be talking)
    $200 6
Violence, murder & bloodshed provide it
    $200 12
Shigeru Ban, a pioneer in the use of cardboard, won 2014's Pritzker Prize in this field
    $200 15
Prospect Point provides excellent views of this attraction; Queen Victoria Park does the same from the Canadian side
    $200 16
"Thou shalt have no ____ ____ before me"
    $400 8
Tom Selleck screen-tested as Indiana Jones but turned out to be contractually bound to play this private eye
    $400 2
Erdkunde
(know der osten from der westen)
    $400 27
A place where a river is shallow enough to be crossed by wading
    $400 13
The XPRIZEs include a $10 million competition to make this "Star Trek" diagnostic device a reality
    $400 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Sleepy Hollow, NY.) I'm at Sunnyside, near Sleepy Hollow, New York, home of this "Rip Van Winkle" author; he designed the home & grounds himself & wrote, "It is a beautiful spot, capable of being made a little paradise"
    $400 17
"Thou shalt not bear ____ ____ against thy neighbour"
    $600 9
Julia Louis-Dreyfus had adventures as "Old" her, & no, Julia was not "Old Veep"
    $600 3
Kunst
(for the next Paul Klee)
    $600 28
Bede,
Smith &
Clayton Powell,
collectively
    $600 14
Writers who explore the human condition can win a Humanitas Prize; Larry Kramer did for this drama about AIDS
    $600 24
Want to see the National Baseball Hall of Fame? Head to this village in Otsego County
    $600 18
"Thou shalt not ____ thy neighbour's house"
    $800 10
My name is Jason Lee & I played this title character, a lottery winner
    $800 4
Informatik
(a thoroughly modern one)
    $800 29
It's the yard annoyance seen here
    $800 21
Robert Edwards won the 2010 Nobel Medicine Prize "for the development of" this type of "fertilization "
    $800 25
(I'm Neil deGrasse Tyson.) I got my first taste of stargazing as a 9-year-old kid in New York City when I took a trip to this facility at the American Museum of Natural History; later I took classes there & today I'm its director
    $800 19
"Thou shalt not make unto thee any ____ image"
    $1000 11
To Elijah Wood, this character looks like a surly Australian guy in a cheap dog suit
    $1000 5
Kochen
(break out the brats!)
    DD: $2,000 30
To collect, hoard or gather (perhaps votes)
    $1000 22
The 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction went to William Kennedy for this "I"-book
    $1000 26
What could be more serene than a visit to this resort in the Adirondacks, the USA's first Winter Olympics host?
    $1000 20
"Thou shalt not take the name of the ____ ____ ____ ____ ____"

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

Peter Tenaya Terrie
$2,600 $1,400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Tenaya Terrie
$5,400 $1,200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TEACHERS
ALL ABOUT ANIMALS
BRITISH AUTHORS
VITAMINS & SUPPLEMENTS
INDEPENDENCE DAYS
THE COMMON "CORE"
    $400 2
He didn't yet have Wolverine's claws to motivate his P.E. students at England's Uppingham School
    $400 17
This tallest land animal was once known as a camelopard
    $400 16
You'll find Emma Watson in an unfinished work by her & Emma Woodhouse in a finished work by her
    $400 26
Black cohosh is a popular remedy for this symptom of menopause that includes sweating
    $400 11
On July 26, 1847 this African country's independence was granted by the Amer. Colonization Society
    $400 1
It's found in the e-mail address seen here
    $800 3
This magician must have spoken when he taught Latin at a New Jersey high school
    $800 18
These quadrupeds can open their jaws 150 degrees & are strong enough to bite a crocodile in half
    $800 22
2012's "The Casual Vacancy" was her first published novel for adults
    $800 27
Vitamin K, required for the synthesis of prothrombin, helps blood do this
    $800 12
It wasn't until 2005 that the Dutch recognized August 17, 1945 as the independence day for this Asian island nation
    $800 7
It's where I write "72" at the end of 9--no, make that 18--holes of golf
    $1200 4
(Hi. I'm Eric Stonestreet of Modern Family.) I studied comedy at this famed Chicago improv theater, where Tina Fey was one of my teachers
    $1200 19
It's not George W.'s offspring, but this tree-dwelling primate of Africa
    $1200 23
This detective author wrote 4 follow-ups to 1912's "The Lost World"
    $1200 28
Linus Pauling wrote a book advocating taking megadoses of this vitamin to ward off colds
    $1200 13
In 1996 its people voted to declare its independence day as July 3, 1944, the day Minsk was liberated from the Nazis
    $1200 8
It's the tasty species Thunnus alalunga
    $1600 5
Seen here, former Philly high school teacher Jesse Williams is Dr. Jackson Avery on this TV drama
    $1600 20
With 4 toes on each foot, pigs are classified as even-toed members of this hoofed animal group
    DD: $400 24
"A Clockwork Counterpoint" is a 2010 study of this author's more than 250 musical compositions
    $1600 29
These berries have a four-letter name with three vowels & high levels of antioxidants
    $1600 14
On Nov. 28, 1912 Ismail Qemali declared Albania's independence from this empire
    $1600 9
Explicit, or a band like Black Flag
    $2000 6
Ezra Koenig cut short his teaching career when this quartet that he fronts got a record deal
    DD: $2,000 21
During their trip around S. America, Magellan's crew saw new creatures including this bird they called a black goose
    $2000 25
He progressed from a youth of "vice and ungodliness" to writing "The Pilgrim's Progress"
    $2000 30
The "Co" in CoQ10, which acts as an antioxidant, is short for this
    $2000 15
The subject of a 1999 peace agreement, on Feb. 17, 2008 it proclaimed independence from Serbia
    $2000 10
Robertson Davies wrote about this mythical monster with the head of a man & body of a lion

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Tenaya Terrie
$17,000 $5,600 $7,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICANS
In 1855 he wrote, "The public appears disposed to be amused even when they are conscious of being deceived"

Final scores:

Peter Tenaya Terrie
$17,000 $600 $1,300
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Peter Tenaya Terrie
$22,200 $5,600 $7,800
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
3 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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