Show #7598 - Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Austin Rogers game 2.

Contestants

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Jennie Floyd, a retired management consultant from Tucson, Arizona

Pasha Paterson, a senior computer science researcher from Richmond, Virginia

Austin Rogers, a bartender from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $36,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

KILLER SHAKESPEARE
COUNTRIES WITH ONLY A's AS VOWELS
A NUMBER OF GROUPS
AN IVY LEAGUE EDUCATION
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
THE SIMPLER 4-LETTER SYNONYM
    $200 4
He kills & beheads Macbeth, who had wiped out his whole family
    $200 19
It's also one of only 4 countries with a "Q" in its name
    $200 11
"Hop in my Chrysler, it's as big as a whale, and it's about to set sail" sang this group in "Love Shack", baby
    $200 1
Oh yeah, Nietzsche & Freud come up in the "Guilt and Shame" philosophy course at this Rhode Island school
    $200 18
Spelled one way, it's a unit of weight for precious stones; spelled another, a unit for measuring the purity of gold
    $200 16
Bestow
    $400 7
The slave Pindarus helps the assassin Cassius take his own life in this play
    $400 20
From 1994 to 2015 the U.N. operated an international criminal tribunal for this country's genocide
    $400 12
This quartet's "Vertigo" tour ended in 2006, having grossed a tidy $389 million
    $400 2
"Peacemaking" & "Grand Strategy" are course options at the Woodrow Wilson School at this university
    $400 24
In Europe a 200-pound man also weighs 90.7 of these units
    $400 17
Unencumbered
    $600 8
After Tybalt kills this friend of Romeo's in a duel, Romeo takes out Tybalt
    $600 21
It's a multi-island nation off the Florida coast (OK, we're ignoring the "The")
    $600 13
Minus Tom DeLonge, this pop-punk band topped the charts in 2016 with "California"
    $600 3
If an "Intro to Theoretical Neuroscience" is needed, this U. on 116th St. would be happy to arrange a meeting
    $600 28
Bogus or counterfeit
    $800 9
The death of the Greek warrior Patroclus at the hands of Hector in this play spurs Achilles to resume fighting
    DD: $4,600 22
The 2 that touch both the Atlantic Ocean & the Pacific Ocean
    $800 14
Trent Reznor is pretty much a one-man band under this name
    $800 5
You may seek "Forgiveness" & "Elementary Syriac" at its noted divinity school
    $800 29
In the U.S. this measurement for fabric is usually 40 yards
    $800 27
Abysmal or profound
    $1000 10
Saturninus kills this man, but only after that man has cooked his stepsons into a pie
    $1000 23
The ninth-largest nation in area, historically, it's been part of different empires
    $1000 15
It "Makes Me Wonder" if this L.A. band is well-red
    $1000 6
"Fundamental Principles of Polymer Chemistry"? I guess this upstate N.Y. school has some easy classes, too!
    $1000 26
In Genesis God tells Noah to make an ark of gopher wood that shall be the length of 300 of these ancient units
    $1000 25
Ambulate

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

Austin Pasha Jennie
$3,200 $200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Pasha Jennie
$1,800 $2,800 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

NEW TO THE OED
TV PRIVATE DETECTIVES
I AM BIG!
IT'S THE PICTURES THAT GOT SMALL
READY FOR MY CLOSE-UP
SUNSET, BOLÍVAR
    $400 1
This 4-letter abbreviation for the Crimson Tide's university
    $400 3
The man, the mustache, the legend...this character, P.I. was a CBS mainstay from 1980 to 1988
    $400 4
Seen here, the giant this earns its name by growing to 45 feet in length and tipping the scales at 600 pounds
    $400 5
Here's Robert Hooke's 1665 depiction of cork that he looked at using one of these
    $400 26
Look quickly; this animal's close-up might need to be taken at 70 miles per hour
    $400 23
Simón Bolívar's last doctor respectfully referred to his dying patient by this nickname
    $800 2
This noun for the withdrawal of Greece from the European Monetary Union
    $800 14
2014 episodes of this British import include "The Empty Hearse" & "The Sign of Three"
    $800 10
Here are some numbers on this flightless bird: 30 mph running speed, 5 feet tall, 3 letters
    $800 6
It's a small dramatic scene, an engraved gem or a little part by a big actor
    $800 25
When tightening the fastener seen here, be careful not to strip these
    $800 27
Uncomfortable in Cartagena on the coast of this sea, the ailing Bolívar was moved to Barranquilla
    $1200 20
This alliterative object that flies or wave in a proud display of unconventional traits
    $1200 15
In a "Wonderful World of Disney" episode in 2002, Maggie Lawson was hardy, boys, as this heroine
    $1200 11
Whiskers shrink with age on the Mekong giant this fish, up to 9' long, 650 lbs. &, in Laos, now illegal to catch
    $1200 7
Barbie's 2-story home called the "Hello" this residence has a framed picture of a bicycle on the wall
    $1200 24
The section of a fingerprint seen here shares this name with a section of a river
    DD: $2,500 19
This acronym used for the U.S. Armed Forces' 5 levels of alert
    $1600 16
In 1988 this actor was "Moonlighting" as P.I. David Addison on TV & moonlighting as a N.Y. cop on film
    $1600 12
With a wingspan of almost 40 feet, the largest creature to ever fly was the Quetzalcoatlus, a type of this "winged lizard"
    $1600 8
Tiffany's sells round, oval & heart-shaped pendants that are these cases for little photos
    $1600 21
The specs of your computer include the gigahertz speed of this part
    DD: $5,700 28
Bolívar's will left to the University of Caracas 2 books that had once belonged to this European leader
    $2000 18
This noun for a small telescope attached to a larger one for help in locating objects
    $2000 17
In 2016 Samuel Barnett opened a "Holistic Detective Agency" as this eccentric character
    $2000 13
What's gnu? I dunno, I'd say the blue this animal living in southern Africa & weighing 600 lbs.; what's gnu with you?
    $2000 9
"The Beggars", the Louvre's only painting by this Flemish artist the elder, is also one of its smallest, about 7 x 8 inches
    $2000 22
This member of the rose family is ready for its close-up and to be made into jam

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Pasha Jennie
$15,900 $11,700 $7,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN WOMEN
A collection of her writings includes letters to her famous husband & articles like "Eulogy on the Flapper"

Final scores:

Austin Pasha Jennie
$23,900 $6,650 $0
2-day champion: $59,900 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Austin Pasha Jennie
$16,400 $10,800 $7,200
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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