Show #7419 - Thursday, December 8, 2016

Tim Aten game 5.

Contestants

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Anton Deljaj, a residential manager from Bronx, New York

Stephanie Snyder, a program manager from Silver Spring, Maryland

Tim Aten, an editor from Vermilion, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $71,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

HENRIK IBSEN OR HENRY GIBSON
(Alex: They're not the same person? Oh.)
THAT'S COLD, MAN
WHOSE BILLBOARD HIT?
ANATOMICAL ETYMOLOGY
LET'S VISIT THE SOUTH
(Alex: And have some...)
SWEET "T"
    $200 26
Henrik Ibsen died on May 23, 1906 in the city then known as Christiania & today, as this world capital
    $200 21
Relax, calm down, this 5-letter word "out", dude
    $200 10
"Love Yourself",
2016
    $200 14
From a Latin word meaning "to turn", they're the bones that make up the spine
    $200 11
"The Dump", her affectionate nickname for her apartment in Atlanta, is where she wrote "Gone with the Wind"
    $200 4
In 1998 this candy brand produced a record-setting 1,200-foot-long piece of licorice
    $400 27
In "The Luck of the Irish", Henry Gibson played a 200-year-old one of these legends of folklore
    $400 22
It can mean "unfriendly", but not when talking about a famous snowman of that name
    $400 9
"Brilliant Disguise",
1987
    $400 15
Even smaller than a strand of hair, these tiniest blood vessels get their name from a Latin word for hair
    $400 12
Here are some of the 650 native Texas plant species at the Austin Wildflower Center named for this First Lady
    $400 5
They're the two similarly-named candies seen here
    $600 28
Henrik Ibsen got a-Hedda the game with this play about a bored, cynical woman
    $600 23
Stiff or formal, it also precedes "-aire" in an appliance brand
    $600 1
"Try",
2013
    $600 18
The flap of cartilage known as the epiglottis is so named because it lies at the root of this organ
    $600 13
The route of the 1965 march from this city to Montgomery was made a national historic trail in 1996
    $600 6
Unsweetened cocoa is the classic coating for these ball-shaped chocolate candies
    $800 29
When this marriage-centered Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn film needed a priest, Henry Gibson was in as Father O'Neil
    $800 24
It's slang for an isolation cell in prison; Alaska was "Seward's"
    $800 2
"Rich Girl",
1977
    $800 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates on himself.) A large muscle that covers the shoulder joint is what determines your shoulder's shape & definition; its resemblance to a certain Greek letter gives it this name
    $800 16
Travel & Leisure voted this South Carolina island the No. 1 island in the continental United States
    $800 7
It's the Girl Scouts' bestselling cookie & President Obama also declared it his favorite
    $1000 25
To coagulate or curdle, it also means to change from a fluid state to a solid one by cooling
    $1000 3
"Rich Girl",
2005
    DD: $800 20
This small gland in the brain is named for its resemblance to a conifer's cone
    $1000 17
From 1943 to 1974 this Nashville auditorium was the home of the Grand Ole Opry
    $1000 8
This Latin American cake gets its name from the mixture of evaporated, condensed & whole milk that's poured on top

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

Tim Stephanie Anton
$1,000 $3,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Stephanie Anton
$3,600 $2,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIG SCREEN COPS
PHILOSOPHY
HISTORIC AMERICANS
POTENT QUOTABLES
BRIDGE-POURRI
THROWING THE "BOOK" AT YOU
(Alex: And those four letters are gonna come up in each correct response.)
    $400 17
Lieutenant Frank Drebin was on the case in this series of police comedies
    $400 8
The "humanity formulation" of Kant's categorical imperative says people are never a means, always this
    $400 5
This publisher's New York Journal fought a circulation war with Joseph Pulitzer's New York World
    $400 1
William Lampton described this state as "where the corn is full of kernels and the colonels full of corn"
    $400 22
The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge is the northern entrance to this city
    $400 12
The gentleman who takes your bets
    $800 18
He won an Oscar for his powerful performance as rogue detective Alonzo Harris in "Training Day"
    $800 9
You need to learn to wield a syllogism in this millennia-old branch of philosophy
    $800 6
This general was the Allied commander of the Japanese occupation from 1945 to 1951
    $800 2
This 19th century Irish wit said, "work is the curse of the drinking classes"
    $800 23
Some of the world's most beautiful bridges are this type, like Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge, seen here
    $800 13
A browser shortcut
    $1200 19
Title tour that security guard Kevin Hart got to take with a cop played by Ice Cube
    DD: $1,600 28
A Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry written by Thaddeus Metz, or a movie co-written by John Cleese
    DD: $1,000 7
Harry Truman appointed her a delegate to the U.N., where she chaired the Human Rights Commission from 1946 to 1951
    $1200 3
In "Treasure Island", the captain claims he is "a plain man"; this drink "and bacon and eggs is what I want"
    $1200 24
In the first sentence of a 1927 novel, this "finest bridge in all Peru" fatally collapses
    $1200 14
A pair of events marking a beginning & a terminus
    $1600 20
Last names of the 2 cops played by Mel Gibson & Danny Glover in the "Lethal Weapon" movies
    $1600 29
Edvard Munch's picture of this German philosopher is "Human, All Too Human", to quote his 1878 title
    $1600 11
In an 1896 speech William Jennings Bryan said, "You shall not crucify mankind upon" this
    $1600 4
George W. Young warned, "the lips that touch liquor must never" do this
    $1600 25
As well as SoHo, NYC has this area whose acronym comes partly from the Manhattan Bridge
    $1600 15
In 2016 Emma Watson launched an online feminist one
    $2000 21
Harvey Keitel plays an unnamed, unhinged cop with serious drug & gambling addictions in this film
    $2000 30
This adjective means "required"; in philosophy it describes a statement true in any possible case, like 2+2=4
    $2000 27
Here's a sculpture of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony & this woman, a Quaker & a suffragette
    $2000 10
Mickey Spillane wrote that this private eye drinks "beer because I can't spell cognac"
    $2000 26
Think about who won the battle of Austerlitz & you'll know the 19th century Austerlitz Bridge crosses this river
    $2000 16
The U.K.'s National Archives calls this 11th century survey "our most famous... public record"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Stephanie Anton
$13,000 $3,000 $9,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRINTING
The 3 major Western typefaces are Gothic, Roman & this one first used in an entire book in 1501 for a work by Virgil

Final scores:

Tim Stephanie Anton
$7,999 $600 $6,001
5-day champion: $79,299 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tim Stephanie Anton
$14,800 $3,000 $9,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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