Show #7608 - Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Austin Rogers game 12.

Contestants

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Brian Kato, a State Department contractor from Washington, D.C.

Lisa Rhae Burgess, a retired high school teacher from Surfside Beach, South Carolina

Austin Rogers, a bartender from New York, New York (whose 11-day cash winnings total $394,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

TV SITCOMS BY MOM
(Alex: We'll give you the mom.)
THEY'RE HISTORY!
ACC SCHOOLS
B OFF!
CARVE OUT
A PLACE FOR YOURSELF
    $200 1
Morticia
    $200 6
In 452 he & his Huns invaded northern Italy, sacking several cities
    $200 27
Thomas Jefferson laid out the campus of this school that opened with a faculty of 7
    $200 11
Remove "B" from an unfortunate biblical spot to get this unfortunate biblical brother
    $200 16
Third-generation stone carver Nick Benson engraved the words on this man's D.C. memorial, which was dedicated in 2011
    $200 21
It can refer to a small dwelling in the outdoors or a private room on a ship
    $400 2
Claire Dunphy
    $400 7
Originally a Libyan prince, Tefnakhte was later king & founder of this country's 24th dynasty
    $400 28
Mike Ditka & Tony Dorsett prowled the field as Panthers for this school
    $400 12
Pluck "B" off a male swine (aren't they all?) to get this rowing implement
    $400 17
The carving of this mineral was popular during the Ming dynasty
    $400 26
Humidor, recliner & pool table are on a list of essentials for this 2-word male retreat; the TV goes without saying
    $600 3
Peg Bundy
    $600 8
Wounded in Florida in 1521 by what was possibly a poison arrow, this explorer was taken to Cuba & died shortly after
    $600 29
This school was New England's first Roman Catholic one for higher education
    $600 13
Without "B", a verb meaning to hit suddenly becomes this sports official many would like to hit suddenly
    $600 18
It can be the art of carving on whalebone or the finished works themselves
    $600 24
A small church or a special room within a church for prayer or worship, it's from the Latin for "cape"
    $800 4
Frankie Heck
    $800 9
In his speech against the Stamp Act in 1765, he said, "If this be treason, make the most of it"
    $800 30
Some courses for the university of this city are taught at Fort Knox Army Base
    $800 14
Empty "B" from a verb meaning to empty water from a boat to get this verb meaning to be unwell
    $800 19
A New Mexico national monument is named for these rock carvings; the symbols were carved into volcanic basalt
    DD: $4,200 23
Undershaw, home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, included this writing room, perhaps decorated in scarlet?
    $1000 5
Elyse Keaton
    $1000 10
Battenberg was the original surname of this Lord, the last Viceroy of India, seen with the first President of India
    $1000 25
In 1838 this Winston-Salem university dropped the "Manual Labor Institute" portion of its name
    $1000 15
Remove "B" from a German composer to get this German equivalent of "Oh"
    $1000 20
Much of what we know about the Vikings is from these symbols they carved into their swords & shields as well as rocks
    $1000 22
It sounds like having a baby, but it's really a fixed sleeping compartment on a train

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

Austin Lisa Rhae Brian
$4,400 $2,800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Lisa Rhae Brian
$12,600 $4,800 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE NATIONAL RECORDING REGISTRY
(Alex: That's at the Library of Congress.)
GOING TO THE MATTRESSES
(Alex, Oh, oh.)
THERE'LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND
(Alex: Of course.)
3-LETTER WORDS
(Alex: That sounds easy.)
POWER TO THE PAPAL
"AU"THORS
    $400 16
"How sweet the sound" of Judy Collins' a cappella version of this hymn? Sweet enough to make the registry
    $400 30
In mattress brand names, it follows "Posture" & "Tempur-"
    $400 6
In the 15th century the emblem of the House of York was a white this; Lancaster's was red
    $400 8
A vase bearing the ashes of the cremated
    $400 29
On Aug. 4, 2016 Pope Francis prayed in a little chapel in this little town, home to another famous Francis
    $400 1
She was born in 1775 in Hampshire, England
    $800 17
The 2016 registry added 25 titles, including this seminal album by N.W.A.
    $800 24
The Down & Feather company stuffs its mattress toppers with the Hungarian type of this bird's down
    $800 7
A statue of justice tops the London building known as this old place
    $800 9
It's the 3-letter name for the action seen here
    $800 28
Ugo Boncompagni became the 13th pope of this name in 1572 & fixed the calendar 10 years later
    $800 2
The W.H. in this poet's name stood for Wystan Hugh
    $1200 18
Thinking carefully about everything led to the addition of the first episode of this flagship NPR news show
    $1200 23
You can adjust the firmness of this maker's separate mattress sections from zero to 100
    $1200 12
This grant that sends you to study in England was established in 1902; until 1976, candidates had to be male
    $1200 10
Here it is, your moment of this Buddhist movement introduced in China in the 6th century
    $1200 27
Elected in 533, Mercurius, thinking the pope shouldn't have the name of a Roman god, became the first pope to do this
    DD: $3,600 3
Confess that you know the name of this prolific writer and bishop of Hippo
    $1600 19
His opera "Treemonisha ", whose overture is heard here, joined some of his ragtime compositions on the registry
    $1600 22
One of these stately mattresses is 72 inches wide by 84 inches long, longer & narrower than its royal cousin
    DD: $2,000 13
Edward the Confessor died with a direct heir to the throne in this crucial year of English history
    $1600 11
The point or tip on a calligraphic pen is called this
    $1600 26
A Vatican chapel is named for this pope, the fourth of his name. Oddly, there was a fifth, but no more after that
    $1600 4
Her "Clan of the Cave Bear" was a mammoth bestseller
    $2000 20
The 5-word title of this hymn, which many call the African-American national anthem, precedes "til earth and heaven ring"
    $2000 21
In the 1920s & '30s Eleanor Roosevelt did ads for this manufacturer's Beautyrest mattress
    $2000 14
If Dec. 26 falls on a weekend, the public observance of this event in Britain takes place on the following Monday
    $2000 15
We have great expectations you'll know it's a spot on dice
    $2000 25
From the Latin for "messenger", it's a papal diplomat or representative
    $2000 5
This American novelist rose to fame with his 1980s "New York Trilogy"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Lisa Rhae Brian
$15,400 $6,400 $7,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

VISUAL VOCABULARY
(Alex: That's a tough one.)
A Latin word for a sea creature, in photography, it's a color that conveys nostalgia

Final scores:

Austin Lisa Rhae Brian
$16,300 $12,400 $12,801
12-day champion: $411,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Austin Lisa Rhae Brian
$12,000 $6,400 $10,400
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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