Show #7703 - Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Rob Worman game 6.


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Bryan Brzycki, a stay-at-home dad from Indianapolis, Indiana

Kristy Calman, a media strategist from Louisville, Kentucky

Rob Worman, an escalation manager from Edina, Minnesota (whose 5-day cash winnings total $113,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

____ OF THE ____
    $200 8
The name of this underwear brand was trademarked in 1871
    $200 27
This exclamation over a chessboard means the game has been won
    $200 6
These flowers are the symbol of Mother's Day: pink if Mom is living, white if she is not
    $200 24
Washington told doctors, "Treat him as if he were my son" after this Frenchman was wounded in a 1777 battle
    $200 16
This song notes, "You'll be older too" & wonders, "Will you still need me, will you still feed me"
    $400 18
The Latin legal phrase amicus curiae means this in English
    $400 17
The daisy-like flowers of this herb are used to make a calming tea
    DD: $2,600 26
World Book puts the dates on the life of this labor union leader as (1913-1975?)
    $400 15
Desmond "buys a 20-carat golden ring, takes it back to Molly waiting at the door & as he gives it to her she begins to sing" this
    $600 2
In Wales:
Llanelli; Pontypridd; this city Central, North & West
    $600 19
In Monopoly, a Chance card says, "You have been elected" to this position; "pay each player $50"
    $600 5
"Forever & ever" is sandwiched between this one-word religious exclamation in the chorus of a Handel oratorio
    $600 7
The rose seen here is nicknamed this for its resemblance to a head of one
    $600 22
Really, Empress Alexandra? This Siberian's name is Russian for "debauched one"! No warning signal there!
    $600 1
Lyrics from this song include "He say one & one & one is three. Got to be good looking 'cause he's so hard to see"
    $800 3
Batley & Spen; Pudsey; this city, home to Robin Hood's law enforcement enemy East
    $800 20
The Germans drove a wedge into Allied lines during this World War II offensive, hence its name
    $800 9
Another name for Jupiter is in the interjection "by" this Roman god
    $800 11
It's also known as a trumpet lily
    $800 23
Even after the White House, she continued her campaign to teach children to "Just Say No" to drugs
    $800 13
This song opens, "Well, she was just seventeen, you know what I mean"
    $1000 4
Stoke-on-Trent North; Bootle; this town on the Thames with a William the Conqueror-initiated castle
    $1000 21
Here's an illustration from this mortuary text
    $1000 10
Scarlett O'Hara used this favorite expression before "War, war, war. This war talk's spoiling all the fun at every party"
    $1000 12
Linnaeus named this pretty flower for a Jesuit missionary
    $1000 25
Compiled by his widow Myrlie, the autobiography of this slain civil rights leader was published 43 years after his death
    $1000 14
Lines from this tune: "There's one for you, 19 for me" & "Should 5% appear too small, be thankful I don't take it all"

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

Rob Kristy Bryan
$5,800 $600 -$1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Kristy Bryan
$8,200 $5,200 -$1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 14
"Turtles All the Way Down" is his first book since "The Fault in Our Stars"
    $400 6
Mr. Romano played a sportswriter for Newsday on this sitcom in which the man was quite popular, apparently
    $400 1
Short for the numerical records kept on players in sports
    $400 26
The heart of Mycenaean palaces was the megaron, a great hall with a hearth & this royal furniture
    $400 9
Milkweed is being planted in the Midwest in an effort to preserve this "regal" insect
    $400 22
Around 1500 Czar Ivan III introduced a state monopoly to control the production of this potent potable
    $800 15
"Circling the Sun" fictionalizes the love triangle of Beryl Markham, Denys Finch Hatton & this author of "Out of Africa"
    $800 16
Before becoming an action movie star, he hung around Indiana as Andy Dwyer on "Parks & Rec"
    $800 17
A principle of belief, especially of religion or philosophy
    DD: $2,000 27
Underground passageways made movement easy in these Roman places with rooms like frigidariums & tepidariums
    $800 10
Franz Kafka's "The Trial" was originally written in this language
    $800 23
This Babylonian king's code includes a beer merchant's punishment for not giving value for money
    $1200 2
"The Hammer of Thor" is book 2 in the series "Magnus Chase and the Gods of" this realm
    $1200 5
The first sound of a toilet bowl flush in U.S. prime time was on this show about Archie & Edith Bunker
    DD: $7,000 18
Used operationally by the Brits beginning in 1935, it helped against German air attacks
    $1200 28
Perfect for a stroll around the agora in Athens was a stoa, this type of column-lined walkway
    $1200 11
In 1972 the Pulsar was the first electronic commercial watch of this type; you pushed a button to see the time
    $1200 21
Proud that she could drink "like an Englishman", Catherine the Great enjoyed this "fat" type of beer
    $1600 3
This memoir begins with Jeannette Walls in a taxi, seeing her mom rooting through a dumpster
    $1600 7
This "bra-mance" of Abbi & Ilana moved from the web to Comedy Central in 2014
    $1600 19
Verb meaning to pass a matter on to another
    $1600 29
The Romans added two new architectural orders to Ionic, Doric & Corinthian--Composite & the one named for this region
    $1600 12
Dating back to the 19th century, it's a variation of volleyball where you catch the ball
    $1600 24
Naturally, Napoleon took brandy into exile, specifically Courvoisier, this special type
    $2000 4
Accounts by this journalist & mountain climber include "Into the Wild" and "Into Thin Air"
    $2000 8
Michael Boatman played mayoral aide Carter Heywood, owner of Rags the suicidal dog, on this NYC-set ABC sitcom
    $2000 20
This Amharic word for "flower" is a girl's name & part of a world capital's name
    $2000 13
Clinton's Secretary of Commerce and W's Secretary of Transportation, he was the first Asian-American Cabinet member
    $2000 25
When King George VI visited this country in 1939, Crown Royal whisky was introduced there as a tribute

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Kristy Bryan
$21,600 $10,000 -$2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Site of an arduous WWI campaign, this town on the Dardanelles gets its name from the Greek for "beautiful city"

Final scores:

Rob Kristy Bryan
$20,001 $100 -$2,200
6-day champion: $133,900 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rob Kristy Bryan
$15,800 $7,800 -$200
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
9 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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