Show #7677 - Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Gilbert Collins game 5.

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David Rosen, a lawyer from Syosset, New York

Olivia Ochoa, an arts administrator from Seattle, Washington

Gilbert Collins, a university administrator from Princeton, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $51,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BRITISH INVASION
NAME THAT WORLD LEADER
GETTING POSSESSIVE
POTPOURRI
BOOK SERIES
"DIS" IS IT
    $200 12
This song from The Who's "Tommy" tells of a "deaf, dumb and blind kid" who "sure plays a mean" arcade game
    $200 1
Canada:
Beginning in 2015
    $200 23
Stoddard's Way was a religious innovation in 17th c. New England allowing anyone to receive this during mass
    $200 17
This Microsoft program was originally called Presenter
    $200 2
When it comes to his "A Series of Unfortunate Events" books, Daniel Handler is better known by this pen name
    $200 7
Any of Jesus' closest followers
    $400 13
This 1964 Animals song set in New Orleans was both a U.K. & U.S. No. 1 hit
    $400 18
France:
General-ly in charge from 1958 to 1969
    $400 24
This NYC church is the seat of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of New York; let's have a parade!
    $400 22
It's the traditional liquor you add to make a coffee Alexander
    $400 3
"Kingdom Come: The Final Victory" is the 16th & final novel in this religious series about the rapture
    $400 8
It's one's usual mood or attitude; hopefully you have a sunny one
    $600 14
On January 24, 1962 the Beatles signed a contract making this man their manager
    $600 19
India:
Teaching & leading from 1947 to 1964
    $600 25
This Canadian coffee & donut franchise is named for the pro Gordie Howe called "hockey's strongest man"
    $600 28
Of joy, anger, thanks or begging, it's the usual tone of the piece of writing called a screed
    $600 4
Played on TV by Anna Paquin, she's the telepathic barmaid & heroine of Charlaine Harris' Southern Vampire novels
    $600 9
Whiskey making relies on this process that uses a condenser to remove heat from a vapor & reduce it to a liquid
    $800 15
This group made a film as well as a hit song called "Ferry Cross The Mersey"
    $800 20
Venezuela:
Leading a Bolivarian revolution from 1998 to 2013
    DD: $1,000 26
In the 120s A.D. the Romans built this structure that extended from Solway Firth to the River Tyne
    $800 29
1970s TV writer Fred Fox Jr. asks about this phrase, "Then why did the show stay on the air for six more seasons?"
    $800 5
In 1966 this series that Isaac Asimov wasn't yet finished with won a Hugo Award for Best All-Time Series
    $800 10
This contagious & often fatal disease affects both dogs & cats; in cats, it's also known as panleukopenia
    $1000 16
She had a string of hits in the U.S. beginning with "I Only Want To Be With You"
    $1000 21
China:
X Marked the spot from the late 1970s into the '90s
    $1000 27
With symptoms like dizziness & ringing in the ears, it's named for a 19th century French physician
    $1000 30
This alliterative quality is the reason that, as they say, once you learn to ride a bike, you'll never forget
    $1000 6
V.C. Andrews is best remembered for her series about the Dollanganger kids, which began with this 1979 book
    $1000 11
The medal seen here--it's awarded for heroism or extraordinary achievement in aerial combat

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

Gilbert Olivia David
$1,800 $200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gilbert Olivia David
$4,400 $3,400 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST-TIME EMMY NOMINEES 2017
DOC TALK
HARD "C"
ANCIENT TIMES
ETYMOLOGY
THE FLOOR IS LAVA
(Alex: We'll give you a volcano, and you have to tell us the location whose floor could be covered with lava.)
    $400 1
Someone finally recognized Robert De Niro's talent, in his performance as this swindler
    $400 21
A nevus is one of these you've probably had on your skin your whole life
    $400 16
One gardening encyclopedia says it's a name for generally obnoxious weeds, particularly in lawns
    $400 6
Still in use, China's "Grand" one of these man-made waterways may date back to the 300s B.C.
    $400 11
From the Dutch for "donkey", it's a stand on which to display a painting
    $400 28
Mount Pinatubo on this island of the Philippines
    $800 2
After 7 years on this show, Vanessa Bayer got a nomination for her final year
    $800 22
Memory loss can accompany this condition abbreviated CFS
    $800 17
This word for a harsh discordance of sound comes from the Greek for "bad sound"
    $800 7
This Egyptian port was founded around 332 B.C. by--well, let's just say by a pretty great guy
    $800 12
This type of seasoned sausage usually eaten cold & in slices takes its name from the Latin for "salt"
    $800 29
Eyjafjallajokull, on this island
    $1200 3
Reese Witherspoon & Shailene Woodley got their first nominations for roles in this HBO miniseries
    $1200 23
Humeral epicondylitis is doc talk for this sports-influenced condition
    $1200 18
It's the name for the white siding on the house seen here
    $1200 8
Though we have no writings of his, this Greek who died in 399 B.C. invented a little thing called moral philosophy
    $1200 13
This herbivore's name is from Greek words meaning "nose" & "horn"
    $1200 30
Mount Vesuvius, rising above the bay of this city
    $1600 4
Years after he was "Major Dad" & one of the Simons, Gerald McRaney got a nomination as an OB/GYN on this NBC show
    $1600 24
This other name for whooping cough is from the Latin for "coughing"
    $1600 19
English chemist Humphry Davy figured out how this element works as a bleaching agent
    $1600 9
Chariot races were held in this largest Roman stadium for almost a thousand years, the last being in 549 A.D.
    $1600 14
A ghost
sighting was originally what made people this, 1 letter different from the first line of the clue
    $1600 27
Krakatoa, in this archipelago
    $2000 5
Martha Stewart & this taller person got their first primetime Emmy noms for their "Potluck Dinner Party"
    DD: $2,000 25
I've got tinea pedis, this condition, so stop calling me a couch potato
    $2000 20
A pale blue porcelain glaze is called this, a French phrase meaning moonlight
    $2000 10
These foes of the Pharisees were so into the Jerusalem temple that its destruction destroyed them
    DD: $2,000 15
This adjective meaning angry may come from the name of 3 avenging goddesses of ancient myth
    $2000 26
Mount Pelee, on this French territory of the West Indies

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gilbert Olivia David
$16,800 $6,200 $16,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NOVELS OF THE 1960s
The line "Once when you are born & once when you look death in the face" follows this title of a 1964 novel & an action-packed 1967 film

Final scores:

Gilbert Olivia David
$32,801 $700 $19,400
5-day champion: $84,201 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Gilbert Olivia David
$16,800 $6,000 $16,400
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
23 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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