Show #7865 - Friday, November 16, 2018

2018 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Rohan Kapileshwari, a senior from Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Emma Arnold, a junior from Owings Mills, Maryland

Audrey Satchivi, a senior from Carmel, Indiana

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Jeopardy! Round

RAINY DAY P.E.
ALL ABOUT GERMANY
INTERJECTIONS
FICTIONAL PLACES
LAYING DOWN SOME R&B & HIP-HOP VOCALS
CHECK ONE TWO
    $200 2
I'm so good at catching the rubber ball in this game that all my teammates are getting back in
    $200 1
The name of Germany in German is this "land"
    $200 10
A 2-letter interjection of mild surprise, or what a tongue-depressor-wielding doctor tells you to say
    $200 22
Princess Ozma lives in this capital city of Oz
    $200 17
He crooned, "'Cause you're a good girl & you know it, you act so different around me"
    $200 30
Proverbially, "a bird in the hand is worth 2 in" here
    $400 5
In half-court basketball, you do this to start the game, pass the ball to the defender who passes it back to you
    $400 3
The North Sea is on the northwest coast; this sea is on the northeast coast
    $400 11
Address to a "little baby", this 4-letter interjection means "Quiet!"
    $400 26
Ollivanders Wand Shop & Eeylops Owl Emporium are on this street
    $400 16
Hip-hoppers liked "I Like It", provided by Bad Bunny, J Balvin & this woman who also warned us to "Be Careful"
    $400 29
This sign of the Zodiac is represented by 2 guys & generally covers May 21 to June 21
    $600 6
Rope climbing today! It looks so easy on the NBC show called this "warrior"
    $600 4
There are no right angles in the Stuttgart museum of this car company, just bends and Benz
    $600 12
Often used mockingly, it's 2 rhyming words synonymous with turning on the tears
    $600 25
Aslan created this well-chronicled land by singing
    $600 18
"Shopping sprees in Paris, everything 24 karats, take a look in that mirror, now tell" this singer "who's the fairest"
    $600 28
This animal of fable is also called a monoceros
    $800 7
We have to practice this "shapely" dance, because I haven't do-si-doed very much
    $800 8
A3 & A5 are 2 of Germany's busiest of these highways
    $800 14
From French, it means "There it is!"
    $800 23
His "Travels" include meeting a bunch of Yahoos on the island of the Houyhnhnms
    $800 19
In 2018 "Pray For Me" ascended the Billboard chart for The Weeknd & this Pulitzer Prize winner
    $800 21
A historical poem states, "One if by" this first item, "and two if by" this second item, "and I on the opposite shore will be"
    $1000 9
Badminton is fun indoors, where you are less likely to lose the "birdie", AKA this projectile
    $1000 13
This Elbe River city that lent its name to a sandwich has one of Germany's largest immigrant populations
    $1000 15
It's how the Oxford English Dictionary spells the 4-letter representation of the sound of a kiss
    DD: $2,000 24
In a 1516 work Sir Thomas More coined this word for an ideal place
    $1000 20
GPS on your phone? Don't put it on silent--"ride the vibrations"--this young man "don't need nothin' else but you"
    $1000 27
The second law of this states that heat naturally flows from a higher to a lower temperature

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

Audrey Emma Rohan
$3,800 $800 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Audrey Emma Rohan
$4,600 $5,600 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

-OLOGIES
'TEENS IN HISTORY
THE ARTS
13- TO 17-LETTER WORDS
STATE FACTS
WHATCHA WATCHING?
    $400 3
Its name is pretty self-explanatory--it's the study of the Earth
    $400 8
Les bons temps started rouler-ing with the founding of this Southern city by Jean-Baptiste le Moyne de Bienville in 1718
    $400 11
In an opera based on this Grimm fairy tale, the title siblings come upon a house made of gingerbread & start noshing
    $400 12
16 letters:
Adjective for a novel based on the author's life, like Sylvia Plath's "The Bell Jar"
    $400 2
The only state that has a non-rectangular flag, it also has a red disk to symbolize the seed of the buckeye tree
    $400 20
I love seeing Genie sing "Friend Like Me" in this Broadway show
    $800 4
It's the study of the atmosphere & weather, not of shooting stars
    DD: $2,000 10
This Mongolian took a break from BBQ-ing China in 1218 to take out an empire in what's now Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan
    $800 14
Michelangelo was all of 26 when he began working on a giant sculpture of this Biblical figure for the city of Florence
    $800 13
13 letters:
Adjective for a scream that will make the fluid in your veins coagulate
    $800 1
Here's a fact to gnaw on:
In 1969 it became Oregon's official state animal
    $800 26
I'm on a boat out of Newport Beach to watch the gray species of these
    $1200 5
Osteology is the branch of anatomy that deals with these body parts
    $1200 16
A 1614 truce ended 5 years of war between the settlers of this Virginia "town" & Powhatan
    $1200 15
Modernism in photography includes a 1907 work titled this, the low-class area of a ship near the rudder
    $1200 17
14 letters:
This sauce, gluten free & made by Lea & Perrins since 1835
    $1200 9
The largest New England state in area, it's the least densely populated east of the Mississippi
    $1200 27
I'm watching Dak Prescott & Ezekiel Elliot play for this NFL team
    $1600 6
Archaeology is a subfield of this study of human beings' origins & cultures
    $1600 22
In 1513 this Spaniard led an expedition to what he'd name Florida, which he first assumed was an island
    $1600 21
In this ballet, Siegfried is torn between Odette & Odile, who, by tradition, are danced by the same person
    $1600 24
13 letters:
Means by which assassin Leon Czolgosz was killed
    $1600 18
Though they total almost 400,000 sq. mi., Wyoming, the Dakotas & this larger neighbor each get only one U.S. House seat
    $1600 28
I'm watching this troupe's "Mystere"; I already saw "Ka" & "O"
    $2000 7
There's something fishy in this branch of zoology that deals with the structure & classification of fish
    $2000 23
When the British burned the White House in 1814, she saved a portrait of George Washington that still hangs today
    $2000 25
The house where this artist lived & worked from 1639 to 1658 is now a museum in Amsterdam
    $2000 30
15 letters:
One who doesn't eat meat but whose diet includes dairy products
    DD: $3,000 19
Georgia has had 5 capitals, including Milledgeville & this seaport, its first
    $2000 29
I'm firing up the Roku to see the Baudelaire orphans deal with this title sequence

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Audrey Emma Rohan
$12,400 $18,000 $15,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MAMMALS
Scientific name Mellivora capensis, this 2-word weasel family member was named "most fearless mammal"

Final scores:

Audrey Emma Rohan
$0 $30,001 $2
3rd place: $10,000 Finalist 2nd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Audrey Emma Rohan
$11,400 $15,800 $15,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
22 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $42,200

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