Show #7742 - Tuesday, April 17, 2018

2018 College Championship semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Eric Thorpe, a senior at Dartmouth College from Laguna Niguel, California

Hannah Sage, a sophomore at the University of Central Florida from Sarasota, Florida

Thatcher Chonka, a sophomore at the University of Oklahoma from Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Jeopardy! Round

OFFICIAL STATE STUFF
ACTING UP ON TV
ELEMENTARY
SEEING RED
HIT THE BOOKS
THE "GRE"s ARE COMING
    $200 12
This state's quarter is seen here
    $200 11
Tea Leoni runs the State department on this drama
    $200 6
Lavoisier expounded on this element's function in both combustion & respiration
    $200 17
A cheerful view without a valid basis is seeing life through these glasses
    $200 5
Freud peers into the unconscious:
"The Interpretation of ____"
    $200 22
It's a deadly sin
    $400 16
Naturally, Florida chose this, made from a big crop grown there, as its state beverage
    $400 27
In 2018 this show revealed the circumstances of the death of Jack, played by Milo Ventimiglia
    DD: $1,800 7
This precious metal boasts the highest thermal & electrical conductivity
    $400 18
It's the celebrity arrival part of a televised awards show
    $400 2
Self-published in 1861 by Harriet Jacobs:
"Incidents in the Life of a ____ Girl"
    $400 23
This slang term for a dollar bill dates to the Civil War
    $600 15
You'll shout with joy the name of this pie, Maine's state treat
    $600 28
Just before becoming a Rey of light on the big screen in "The Force Awakens", she Roxy & rolled on "Mr. Selfridge"
    $600 8
From sources like the Skouriotissa mine, Cyprus was fittingly a large source of this element in ancient times
    $600 19
After dad Thorvald was exiled from Norway, this Viking explorer was exiled from Iceland around 980
    $600 1
A Hardy literary perennial:
"Jude the ____"
    $600 24
Adjective for a sociable, outgoing person
    $800 14
Tennessee's gem, the Tennessee river this, is the product of a mussel, not an oyster
    $800 29
As CEO for 11 days, Kumail Nanjiani's Dinesh dug a $21 billion hole for his tech company on this sitcom
    $800 9
235 is an isotope of this element whose nucleus can be made to undergo fission
    $800 20
With origins going back to 1869, this Ohio sports team was named for its players' stockings
    $800 3
Samuel P. Huntington on the struggle between East & West:
"The Clash of ____ and the Remaking of World Order"
    $800 25
It's a reddish-orange color, or a syrup made from pomegranates
    $1000 13
This state horse of Idaho was popular with the Nez Perce
    $1000 30
Played by Ricky Whittle, Shadow Moon deals with the powers that be on this drama
    $1000 10
Now seemingly everywhere, this lightweight metal was introduced to us at the 1855 Paris Exposition
    $1000 21
The red type of this is less bearlike than the giant one, looking more like a raccoon
    $1000 4
Max Weber:
"The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of" this economic system
    $1000 26
This type of chant is also known as plainsong

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

Thatcher Hannah Eric
$1,000 $600 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Thatcher Hannah Eric
$4,600 $3,800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC GEOGRAPHY
WORDS OF COMMUNICATION
ART
DEEP LYRICS
(Alex: You have to identify the performer for us.)
DEBATE TOPICS
COMBINATIONS
(Alex: You have to tell us the items which, when combined, give us what we're going for.)
    $400 11
Until 1939 this nation was known as Siam
    $400 21
A preacher's Scripture-based oration, or a negative term for a long, tedious speech
    $400 1
This Rodin sculpture was originally meant to be a seated portrait of Dante for the top of "The Gates of Hell"
    $400 6
"Learn, learn, learn, learn learn... hurt, hurt, hurt, hurt, hurting"
    $400 26
Should texting while doing this be illegal in every state?
    $400 12
Dreyer's Neapolitan ice cream
    $800 10
This world capital was built on the ruins of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan
    $800 22
To speak in an informal way; it's also an online "room"
    $800 2
"At the Piano" is a double portrait not of this artist's mother, but of his niece and his half-sister
    $800 17
"Nah to the ah to the no, no, no, my name is no, my sign is no, my number is no"
    $800 27
Is this condition of having an excessive amount of body fat a disease?
    $800 13
A mule
    DD: $4,000 7
The site of a temple to Apollo & an ancient oracle, this city was located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus
    $1200 23
This breathy type of "campaign" spreads rumors in an organized way to destroy someone's reputation
    $1200 3
Marcel Duchamp coined this term for Alexander Calder's kinetic sculptures
    $1200 18
"What are you doin' to me? What are you doin', huh? What are you doin' to me? What are you doin', huh?"
    $1200 28
Is it ethical to use these unmanned aerial vehicles in war?
    $1200 14
The drink called an Arnold Palmer
    $1600 8
Before it was a gulf that made 1960s news, it was a region of northern Vietnam
    $1600 24
"U" know it means to give audible expression to; add -ance to get the thing you say
    DD: $2,000 4
He painted the yellow house that he had rented in Arles, hoping to establish a studio of the south with fellow artists
    $1600 19
"High tops in the summer, don't be a bummer, babe, don't be a bummer, don't be a bummer"
    $1600 29
Are GMOs, which stand for these, dangerous to the diet?
    $1600 15
A Roman satyr
    $2000 9
This city in northern Italy, the country's industrial center, got Europe's first electric power plant in 1883
    $2000 25
Hyphenated French term meaning "head to head"
    $2000 5
Hieronymus Bosch depicted Eden in the first panel of the work called this "Garden"; the third panel is hell
    $2000 20
"Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, yeah, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle wiggle, wiggle, yeah"
    $2000 30
Its name derived from Greek, should this practice of ending a life to relieve suffering be legal in every state?
    $2000 16
Propane--these 2 elements

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Thatcher Hannah Eric
$14,200 $18,200 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RUSSIAN CULTURE
This work was over 50 years old & excerpts had been popularized when it had its first full U.S. performance on Christmas Eve 1944

Final scores:

Thatcher Hannah Eric
$28,400 $28,401 $20,400
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Thatcher Hannah Eric
$13,200 $17,800 $10,200
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $41,200

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