Show #7601 - Monday, October 2, 2017

Austin Rogers game 5.

Contestants

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Bonnie Leih, an administrative assistant from Plumas Lake, California

Veryl Gambino, a prosecutor from Berwyn, Illinois

Austin Rogers, a bartender from New York, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $123,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: This is the first Monday in October, so we're gonna...)
WELCOME BACK, U.S. SUPREME COURT
IRREGULAR VERBS
IT'S AN HONOR TO BE NOMINATED
TRAVEL & TOURISM
BUNNIES
LEAP YEARS
    $200 9
Get used to it, Gorsuch! By tradition this justice takes the notes, answers the phone & gets the door
    $200 2
Meaning "roused from sleep", it has a new adjectival meaning referring to social awareness
    $200 8
She would know--she's got 20 Oscar nominations, most recently for "Florence Foster Jenkins"
    $200 18
Fans of this movie series can tour the London locales used in the filming, including the one seen here
    $200 1
Slow & steady wins the race between opposites in Aesop's tale of these 2
    $200 4
May 10:
The Centennial Exposition opens in Philadelphia
    $400 10
Each justice gets 4 of these helpers who may hope to rise to the court themselves, as young Stephen Breyer did
    $400 27
When summoned, Lurch of "The Addams Family" would use this 2-word phrase including an irregular verb
    $400 23
He had 8 competitive acting nominations and took home an honorary award in 2003
    $400 17
Several varieties of orchids can be seen while hiking the Inca trail from Cuzco to this "lost city"
    $400 3
From the Latin for "chest", it's a coop or pen specifically for rabbits
    $400 5
October 14:
U.N. & Chinese forces begin the Battle of Triangle Hill in Korea
    $600 11
Thank her, the first female dean of Harvard Law, for getting a froyo machine installed in the cafeteria
    $600 28
In the King James Version of the Bible, Arphaxad did it to Salah, Salah to Eber, Eber to Peleg...
    $600 24
Nominated for 12 acting Oscars, she had back-to-back wins for "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" & "The Lion in Winter"
    DD: $1,800 19
This Alabama city's National Voting Rights Museum includes exhibits on Martin Luther King & Jesse Jackson
    $600 14
There goes this kind of bunny, allowing us to see how it gets its name
    $600 6
December 20:
South Carolina secedes from the Union
    $800 12
It's not Pig Latin you're hearing, it's this word from Old French threepeated by the marshal each time court begins
    $800 29
It's the past tense of the verb that comes before "and ye shall find"
    $800 25
Out of 5 Lead Actor nominations, he got 2 wins in a row, for 1993 & 1994
    $800 20
A snowman named Bonhomme is the official representative of this Canadian city's Winter Carnival
    $800 15
It was the occupation of both Deborah Harry in 1973 & Gloria Steinem (undercover) in 1963
    $800 7
August 31:
Brazil's Senate impeaches Dilma Rousseff
    $1000 13
In 1790 this Sec. of State made fun of British wigs, putting an end to any thought of our justices wearing them
    $1000 26
At her death she had just completed the costumes for "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid"; they did not earn her a 36th nomination
    $1000 21
For a panoramic view of this European capital, take the funicular up to the top of Lycabettus Hill, its highest point
    $1000 16
Rabbit and Piglet hatch a plot to unbounce Tigger in Chapter VII of "The House At" this place
    $1000 22
January 24:
Apple's Macintosh computer goes on sale

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

Austin Veryl Bonnie
$3,400 $1,600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Veryl Bonnie
$5,000 $6,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY OF MEDICINE WITH DR. OZ
HISPANIC AMERICANS
WHAT THE "L"?
THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
LEAP YEARS
    $400 1
(Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Realizing those who'd had cowpox didn't contract smallpox, Edward Jenner saw causality & took material from the arm of a dairy maid who had cowpox, making the first of these recorded in Western medicine
    $400 2
In 1962 this man co-founded the Natl. Farm Workers Assoc. to help workers earn more than sub-poverty-level wages
    $400 3
In a BLT sandwich
    $400 7
"The Adventures of Pinocchio"
    $400 14
A tabor is a small one of these with a soft calfskin head & one or more snares
    $400 12
With a 26' 5 1/2" leap right in der Fuehrer's face, Jesse Owens took the long jump gold medal at this city's 1936 Olympics
    $800 4
(Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Alexander Fleming happened to leave a Petri dish of staphylococci sitting around & found the bacteria had been killed by mold thus leading to the discovery of this antibiotic that has saved millions of lives
    $800 5
This senator & presidential candidate was born in Canada but moved to Houston around age 4
    $800 6
In the text abbreviation ROFL
    $800 8
"Anna Karenina"
    $800 15
His most famous violin, the Messiah, was given to the Ashmolean Museum on the condition that it would never be played again
    $800 13
In 1932 this "Babe" set a record in the women's high jump that stood for 7 years
    $1200 16
(Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Believing that bacteria caused infection & death, this British surgeon performed an 1877 operation under controlled antiseptic conditions, revolutionizing medicine
    $1200 27
Mexican-born chemist Mario Jose Molina helped find that CFCs, these, damaged the ozone layer in our upper atmosphere
    $1200 21
In the ACLU, a group that loves the U.S. Constitution
    DD: $6,500 9
"From the Earth to the Moon"
    $1200 18
The cor anglais, or English horn, is in the family named for this double-reed instrument
    $1200 23
In 1987 this alliterative woman, FloJo's sister-in-law, tied the world long jump record
    $1600 17
(Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Hippocrates thought the body was ruled by blood, phlegm, yellow & black bile, each associated with a season & with one of the 4 elements... health depended on a balance of the 4 liquids known as these
    $1600 22
In the ALA, whose ALSC gives the Caldecott Medal
    $1600 10
"Kiss of the Spider Woman"
    DD: $15,700 19
German for "play of bells", it has 2 rows of metal bars with the upper row corresponding to the black keys on a piano
    $1600 24
In 1968 the high jump was revolutionized by the new technique alliteratively called the Fosbury this
    $2000 28
(Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Many patients died from the first blood transplants of the 17th century, but the ABO blood system of 1901 & this one from 1940 named for a species of monkey have made them routine medical procedures
    $2000 26
In the legal abbreviation LLC--both Ls, please
    $2000 11
"Death in Venice"
    $2000 20
The song "My Dog Has Fleas" is often used to tune its 4 strings, G-C-E-A
    $2000 25
The world high jump record of 8 feet 1/2 inch was set in 1993 by Javier Sotomayor of this country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Veryl Bonnie
$42,800 $9,400 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN ARTISTS
This artist from Iowa once said, "All the really good ideas I'd ever had came to me while I was milking a cow"

Final scores:

Austin Veryl Bonnie
$65,600 $6,400 $2,000
5-day champion: $188,700 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Austin Veryl Bonnie
$23,400 $8,200 $2,400
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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