Show #7362 - Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Seth Wilson game 2.

Contestants

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Rachel Lin, a patent attorney from Tuckahoe, New York

Bryan Hlavinka, a tequila tour manager from Houston, Texas

Seth Wilson, a Ph.D. candidate from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $29,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

MAJOR LEAGUE BALLPARK FOOD
NATIVE AMERICANS
WORDS THAT SHOULD RHYME
(Alex: But don't.)
A WHITMAN SAMPLER
OUT OF THE CRADLE
ENDLESSLY ROCKING
    $200 7
A little sweet, a little salty, it's the sweet potato waffle chicken sandwich at the Houston ballpark of this team
    $200 6
"Give me the splendid silent" this "with all his beams full-dazzling"
    $200 22
That crying from the cradle may be a sign of this 2-word ailment; get the cream, like Desitin or Anti Monkey Butt
    $200 1
They've been rocking since 1970, though Steven Tyler no longer plays drums
    $400 8
Buy me some peanuts & also the "Cracker Jack & mac" dog topped with caramel sauce at this team's PNC Park, arr!
    $400 28
Mescalero & Chiricahua are spoken by members of this Native American people
    $400 19
A pass that helps another player score & the guy playing a low-toned string instrument
    $400 13
In a eulogy for Lincoln: "O ____! My ____! Our fearful trip is done"
    $400 27
We bought a plastic ring to help with this painful process & even put it in the freezer, but here it comes flying out
    $400 2
This "Sharp Dressed Man" trio formed in 1969, but it took a while before the beards developed their full grandeur
    $600 9
Enjoy some mini-donuts & toppings in a souvenir helmet at this St. Louis ballpark
    $600 20
In 1889 & 1890 a visionary named Wovoka taught this "spectral" dance to tribes to regenerate the earth
    $600 16
To give support to an effort & a group of people attending to a V.I.P.
    $600 14
"I hear" this land "singing, the varied carols I hear"
    $600 26
When Grandma called the cradle this by mistake, we heard Baby say, "It's not" this! This "is oval & starts with a B!"
    $600 3
60 acts played for 16 hours for this 1985 London-Philly charity event; Phil Collins caught a plane & played in both cities
    $800 11
Specialties of this ballpark include a crab & melted cheese pretzel & Chesapeake waffle fries topped with crab dip
    DD: $3,400 21
Of Cherokee descent, Robert Owen was one of the first 2 senators from this state in 1907
    $800 17
A paved backyard area & a quantitative relation between 2 amounts
    $800 15
"I lean and loafe at my ease observing a spear of summer" this
    $800 23
Baby's fastidious; she's handing me a piece of clothing with just a spot of strained peas from this Fremont, Mich. company
    $800 4
They trucked through more than 2,300 shows, from a 1965 Bay Area pizza parlor gig to a 2015 farewell at Soldier Field
    $1000 10
The buffalo cauliflower poutine is a vegetarian option at this team's Rogers Centre
    $1000 12
South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian reservation has a 4-year college serving the Oglala branch of this tribe
    $1000 18
Cheek makeup that's also a French color & to dig out roughly
    $1000 25
"I ____ myself, and sing myself"
    $1000 24
Some say ignore the noises; Baby can get back to sleep without help, an ability known by this alliterative term
    $1000 5
At a Helsinki show on his 2012 "Wrecking Ball" tour, he & his band rocked for a personal best 4 hours, 6 minutes

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

Seth Bryan Rachel
$2,000 $4,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Bryan Rachel
$6,800 $8,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SEEN FROM ABOVE
FICTIONAL LANGUAGES
"TEN"-LETTER WORDS
(Alex: Each correct response will have ten letters, and will have the letters "T-E-N" in that order in those correct responses.)
I AM CURIOUS ABOUT YELLOW
FRIENDS
ROME IS WHERE THE ART IS
    $400 1
Linguist Marc Okrand created this language spoken by Worf (among others) on television
    $400 5
Non-satisfaction; "now is the winter of our" this
    $400 28
Then known as Lew Alcindor, this 7'2" basketball star was a high school friend of not 7'2" funnyman Billy Crystal
    $400 11
Most visitors to the Capitoline museums don't turn to stone when they see Bernini's bust of this slithery gal
    $800 21
You have to go 50 miles north of Cuzco and way up in the air to get above these ruins
    $800 3
You can be like Daenerys & actually learn about 4,000 words of this language of Khal Drogo
    $800 6
In the U.S. Army, a first this ranks just below captain
    $800 27
A yellow card in this sport is an official warning that you are playing too rough--yes, you, Sergio Ramos
    $800 16
Douglas Fairbanks Sr. was one of the closest friends of this "Little Tramp"
    $800 13
The Pinacoteca, a collection of religious paintings begun by Pius VI, is one of many museums in this enclave
    $1200 19
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a painting and a video on the monitor.) Based on a work titled "Olive Trees" by this painter, crop artist's Stan Herd's version is perhaps better viewed from an airplane
    $1200 2
Harry Potter acquired the ability to speak this language of snakes from Voldemort
    $1200 7
Patrick Roy & Hope Solo played this position
    $1200 23
Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for this lonely character, died at sea from yellow fever
    $1200 12
Mozart was close friends with this composer, who was Wolfgang's senior by 23 years & was perhaps more of a "Papa" figure
    $1200 18
The terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses reclines at Rome's National Museum of these darn ancient people
    $1600 20
Extending over an area of nearly 200 square miles are these mysterious lines of Peru that are only evident from the air
    $1600 4
Tolkien created these languages whose forms include Quenya before writing his books, not the other way around
    $1600 8
Shelley wrote, "To defy power which seems" this, meaning unlimited
    $1600 22
The 1864 Battle of Yellow Tavern was the last for this Confederate cavalry general whose nickname is from his initials
    $1600 14
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a campaign biography of this college pal, later the 14th U.S. president
    $1600 17
Roman ceilings, walls & floors displayed this type of art made of bits of material; you can walk on fine examples in Ostia
    $2000 26
The course of Botswana's Okavango River can be described with this word, starting with an objective pronoun
    $2000 10
You say "uncold" rather than "warm" in this language in "1984"
    $2000 9
The Empire State Building is in what was once this "meaty" area noted for vice & corruption
    DD: $2,000 25
This world capital straddles the Han River, which flows into the Yellow Sea
    $2000 15
In 1961 this "J. Alfred Prufrock" poet became pen pals with Groucho; the 2 finally met just before the poet's 1965 death
    DD: $6,000 24
In the Galleria Borghese, Caravaggio's portrait of this saint shows him with his head still on his shoulders

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Bryan Rachel
$15,600 $14,800 -$1,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

POP CULTURE CHARACTERS
In 2015 this character was made an honorary citizen of Japan after over 60 years of residence there

Final scores:

Seth Bryan Rachel
$31,200 $13,199 -$1,200
2-day champion: $61,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Seth Bryan Rachel
$13,000 $14,800 $6,800
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R,
1 W
8 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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