Show #7309 - Thursday, May 26, 2016

Buzzy Cohen game 9.

Contestants

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Dan Rothfarb, a technical writer and editor from Annandale, Virginia

Riley Molin, a political science student originally from Bloomington, Indiana

Buzzy Cohen, a music executive from Los Angeles, California (whose 8-day cash winnings total $147,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

ROMANTICS
TV's GREATEST HITS
WORDS OF ENCOURAGMENT
MOUNTAIN / MAN
HAZARDOUS
"P" IN FASHION
    $200 6
"Honeymoon Mountain" & "Close to my Heart" were 2 of the first books published by this romance novel company in 1949
    $200 23
It's the internationally intriguing TV classic whose theme is heard here
    $200 7
This short helping word is often found after foreign, first or hearing
    $200 12
Why ask about this mountain named for a British surveyor in 1865? Because it's there
    $200 17
The salmonella & E. coli types of these organisms may be culprits in food poisoning
    $200 1
It's the "spritely" name for a very short hairstyle that's worn close to the head & combed in points around the face
    $400 27
The romantic era of classical music included Paganini, Beethoven & this composer/virtuoso whose 1830s work is heard here
    $400 19
It's time to seek out this classic show
    $400 8
This 7-letter verb can mean what a rousing speech does, or simply to inhale
    $400 13
A 16,000-foot Venezuelan mountain is known as Pico this last name, honoring a noted liberator
    $400 18
About 30 people are killed each year in the U.S. by these sudden electrostatic discharges
    $400 2
This type of leather is processed on the grain side & coated with paint & linseed oil
    $600 28
Snow & ice fan the flames of Yuri's passion for Lara in this Pasternak novel that became a 1965 film
    $600 20
This show's opening music is submitted for your approval
    $600 9
Meaning "to sustain", it's also a type of "group" who meet regularly to help each other
    $600 14
In 1792 George Vancouver named this mountain, the tallest in Wash., after a British navy man who never even saw it
    $600 24
Drag racing is a sport with rules & safety regs; illegal racing on public roads is usually called this type of racing
    DD: $1,000 3
J. Crew offers this classic skirt in a style appropriately called "No. 2"
    $800 29
Pop band the Romantics had a hit with this song that could be called "Somniloquy"
    $800 21
Wax up your boards, dudes! It's everybody's favorite heard here
    $800 10
This encouraging word is also a floating item used for navigation
    $800 15
In 1792 William Broughton named this mountain, the tallest in Oregon, after a British navy man who never even saw it
    $800 25
A danger to scuba divers, it results from a too-rapid transition from a high-pressure environment to a lower one
    $800 4
This type of folkloric blouse is usually white with puffed sleeves & has a square, embroidered neckline
    $1000 30
From the Italian for "open air", it's a love song sung perhaps beneath a sweetheart's window at night
    $1000 22
The theme of this show was quite magical
    $1000 11
It means "to console", but when it follows "cold" in an alliterative phrase, it's not much consolation
    $1000 16
Around 1890 I.C. Russell named this mountain, the tallest in Canada, for a geologist
    $1000 26
Under physical hazards to avoid in the workplace, OSHA lists the "ionizing" & "non-ionizing" types of this
    $1000 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Tahiti.) Worn by the ladies of Tahiti, this brightly colored skirt can be tied in many different ways

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

Buzzy Riley Dan
$3,000 $200 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Riley Dan
$6,000 -$1,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ROME ANTICS
PROLOGUES
"YOUNG" MEN & WOMEN
BEASTLY EXPRESSIONS
MY FIRST CAR
WHAT IS IT?
    $400 15
If you're running these steps found in Rome, be aware their Italian name is Scalinata della Trinita dei Monti
    $400 29
Cervantes wrote, "But though I seem to be the father, I am the stepfather of" him
    $400 24
Back in 1908 one of his ex-wives wrote the expose "Life in Mormon Bondage"
    $400 1
What could be more fun than "a barrel of" these
    $400 6
This Cleveland hoops star had a first car fit for a king--a Hummer that he got while in high school
    $400 30
Googolplex
    $800 16
Gen. Mark Clark said that on seeing this in 1944, a G.I. said, "Gee, I didn't know our bombers had done that much damage in Rome"
    $800 28
"Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote" is the start of this work's general prologue
    $800 25
He won more Major League Baseball games than any other pitcher
    $800 2
Here's this phrase, literally
    $800 7
This comedian's first car was a 1973 Fiat that he undoubtedly used to get coffee with other funny guys
    $800 14
Long snapper (not a fish)
    $1200 17
The capture of Rome in 1870 was the final phase in the Risorgimento, this important event for Italians
    DD: $3,400 22
This Shaw play is prefaced by a section called "A Professor of Phonetics"
    $1200 26
Seen here, this lovely actress played the title role in the holiday classic "The Bishop's Wife"
    $1200 3
To achieve dual goals with a single effort is to do this, perhaps with a pebble--ready, aim, throw!
    $1200 9
(I'm NASCAR driver Ryan Newman.) My first car, handed down from my grandpa, was a TR-6 from this sporty British make
    $1200 8
A spinnaker
    $1600 18
This Bible book ends with Paul arriving in Rome & starting to preach there
    $1600 21
In a 1912 preface to this novel, Thomas Hardy admits that the subtitle "A Pure Woman" was "appended at the last moment"
    $1600 27
He got an Oscar nomination for playing Talia Shire's brother in "Rocky"
    $1600 4
It means as penniless as a rodent at a Christian house of worship
    $1600 10
Chris Evans, who in 2015 became host of this British auto-based TV show, drove a 1972 Mini 1000 as his first car
    $1600 12
The Alekhine Defense
    DD: $5,000 19
In 2015 this landmark reopened after a 17-month restoration--don't forget to bring coins to throw
    $2000 20
The prologue of this Wilkie Collins novel mentions a yellow diamond, "a famous gem in the native annals of India"
    $2000 23
She played the replicant Rachael in "Blade Runner"
    $2000 5
TV & movie Westerns are popularly called these, even if they aren't musical
    $2000 11
Baseball great Mike Piazza had this model Chevy, a Latin word for "new", which it wasn't
    $2000 13
Besnier's prurigo

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Riley Dan
$16,800 $2,200 $7,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ART HISTORY
"Escalier" is in the original title of a work by this artist that scandalized New York City's International Exhibition of Modern Art in 1913

Final scores:

Buzzy Riley Dan
$16,800 $1 $5,200
9-day champion: $164,603 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Buzzy Riley Dan
$16,400 $2,200 $10,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,000

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