Show #7699 - Thursday, February 15, 2018

Rob Worman game 2.


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Shawn Ralston, a pediatrician from Hanover, New Hampshire

Matt Stikker, a graphic designer and illustrator from Portland, Oregon

Rob Worman, an escalation manager from Edina, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We start you off with a tribute to the 30th anniversary on Broadway of...)
THE 1930s
    $200 5
The longest running musical on Broadway, "The Phantom of the Opera" features a dramatic score by this composer
    $200 24
Union general John Logan's proposal that May 30 be a day for remembering fallen comrades grew into this holiday
    $200 11
Edwin Armstrong developed this type of radio broadcasting featuring less noise & static
    $200 6
Seriously, let go of this waffle from Kellogg's that comes in Nutri-Grain & blueberry styles
    $200 26
This gymnastics roll sounds like it contains a season
    $400 4
Act 2 opens at the opera house with a lavish masquerade ball to celebrate this festive winter night
    $400 23
In 2017 Los Angeles joined other cities in replacing this holiday with Indigenous Peoples Day
    $400 19
"A View To A Kill"
    $400 12
After leading the Nationalist forces to victory in the Spanish Civil War, he became the country's dictator
    $400 7
It was created as a health food in the 19th c. & returned to tables as Heartland Natural Cereal in 1972
    $400 27
Certain disciples of Sufism are called this kind of dervish
    $600 1
17 million people have seen Broadway's Phantom ferry Christine to his home under the streets of this city
    $600 20
Pearl Harbor Day is observed on this date, one "which will live in infamy'
    $600 16
"Sultans Of Swing"
    $600 13
The first of these institutions, at Cook County Hospital, facilitated 1,354 transfusions in its first year
    $600 8
This fad is where it's at, successful enough to become part of an internet meme
    $800 2
The first African-American actor to play the Phantom on Broadway, Norm Lewis donned the mask to perform this iconic song
    DD: $4,800 21
An aerobatic team performs during a parade celebrating this July holiday in Europe
    $800 17
"Summer Of '69"
    $800 14
The German government founded this company in 1937 to produce a low-priced "people's car"
    $800 9
The Mexican breakfast dish chilaquiles is called a "broken up sombrero" due to shards of these on the plate
    $1000 3
So far on Broadway, 22 actresses have played Christine, but this soprano originated the Broadway role
    $1000 22
Her May 24 birthday first became a holiday in Canada in 1845 & it's still celebrated today
    $1000 18
"I Don't Like Mondays"
    $1000 15
Orson Welles & John Houseman formed this theatre in 1937
    $1000 10
Home fries are also called by the name of this specific type of house
    $1000 25
Term for a subatomic particle's angular momentum

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

Rob Matt Shawn
$3,800 -$1,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Matt Shawn
$10,000 -$200 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 3
In 2004 this beloved author was honored on the stamp seen here
    $400 14
More than $1 billion has been put to use by in the form of these with 97% repayment
    $400 1
This Caribbean nation takes its name from a word meaning "bearded ones"
    $400 11
Justice wasn't always a dance party with her as Attorney General
    $800 5
She co-wrote the screenplay for the first "Hunger Games" movie
    $800 18
The motto of the association fighting this disease is "The Brains Behind Saving Yours"
    $800 4
Al-Jazeera means "the peninsula"; Algeria gets its name from this type of landmass, a cut-off peninsula
    $800 28
An engine that's running but not moving the car is doing this
    $800 12
The first Arab American to hold a Cabinet post, Donna Shalala headed this department abbreviated HHS
    $800 27
(Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Medicines in olden days didn't have government oversight; today you couldn't buy Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup... which quieted babies because it was mostly alcohol & this opium derivative used as a painkiller since the early 1800s
    $1200 6
Before he ventured to Venus & Mars, he published a book called "What You Feel You Can Heal"
    $1200 15
While their children undergo medical treatment, families stay free in these houses named for a fast-food icon
    $1200 2
Dark woods on the peaks give Montenegro its name, meaning this
    $1200 19
An investigation by a coroner to answer the question "How did he die?"
    $1200 22
Lawyer Warren Christopher headed up this important department
    $1200 13
Because it blocks the effects of a naturally occurring chemical, Benadryl is termed this type of medicine
    $1600 7
He used the pen name William Lee when "Junkie" was published in 1953
    $1600 16
FFA seeks to help children learn about all sorts of professions, not just this middle "F" in its name
    $1600 9
Referring to its location 500 miles south of Samoa, this monarchy's name means "south"
    $1600 20
This tropical water feeder comes in crested & sacred varieties
    DD: $4,000 23
During Clinton's second term, former U.S. Army lieutenant Togo West headed this Cabinet department
    $1600 26
Advair Diskus is a top-selling drug for this disease known by 4 initials
    $2000 8
The title character of this Edith Wharton novel is in love with Mattie Silver, his wife's cousin
    $2000 17
5,000 independent groups nationwide help seniors with home nourishment under this rhyming name
    DD: $5,600 10
The first Spanish explorers in the region noticed silver ornaments worn by natives & this country's name was born
    $2000 21
A Latin word meaning "let it be printed", it can refer to any official approval
    $2000 24
Secretary of Energy for Clinton, he later ran for president & served as New Mexico's governor as well
    $2000 25
Instead of "calm down", some people say "take" this chill pill AKA Diazepam

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Matt Shawn
$16,800 $4,200 $14,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Though it means "one who serves", in medieval Japan it was a property holder who received rent from serfs

Final scores:

Rob Matt Shawn
$5,599 $2,200 $4,500
2-day champion: $21,499 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rob Matt Shawn
$12,800 $4,200 $14,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
9 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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