Show #7866 - Monday, November 19, 2018

2018 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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Maya Wright, a senior from Peachtree City, Georgia

Claire Sattler, a senior from Bonita Springs, Florida

Emma Arnold, a junior from Owings Mills, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE GUYS
(Alex: What are they doing here? We want girls.)
MEDDLING IN YOUR BUSINESS
ELEMENTAL
WOMEN ON TV
(Alex: That's better.)
SOLVE THE MYSTERY
"F"IVE-LETTER WORDS
    $200 1
He seizes the crown of Scotland unlawfully but is done in by his ambition
    $200 26
Opposing a court order to help the FBI in 2016, its CEO said, "The govt. is asking" this company "to hack its own users"
    $200 2
This element's name is derived from the Greek for "water" & "born"
    $200 7
At a reported salary of $25 million, in 2017 Katy Perry took a judging gig on this show
    $200 15
Time to interview one of these, someone who saw or heard what happened; one in court testifies under oath
    $200 21
Command to Fido to retrieve a ball
    $400 12
A comic sidekick who appears in 3 different plays; his death is mentioned in another
    $400 27
VZ on the Dow, this company took its new name after Bell Atlantic merged with GTE in 2000
    $400 3
When you're talking about an organic compound, you're talking about one based on this element
    $400 8
On Netflix as a P.I. in Hell's Kitchen, this alliterative Marvel superhero wrestles with personal demons & very real ones too
    $400 17
Someone the police want to talk to is a person of interest; someone accused of the crime is this word
    $400 22
It's a story that teaches a moral, like the one about "The Tortoise and the Hare"
    $600 13
This guy's tricked into thinking his spouse is unfaithful & then makes a murderous mistake
    $600 28
This automaker drives in with its Sorento SUV
    DD: $600 4
The first letter of the medication Klor-Con tells you that it's helping those with low levels of this element
    $600 9
In 2017 it was the end of a fairy tale for Emma Swan when Jennifer Morrison said she wouldn't be coming back to this drama
    $600 18
Let's not go accusing Johnny Gilbert just yet; we haven't found this "M" word, the reason he did that
    $600 23
It's located between your hip & your knee
    $800 14
Antonio is the title Italian businessman in this play
    $800 29
"America's Diner", as of 2017 it put its slams & skillets on a new on demand app
    $800 5
This element is alphabetically first among the noble gases
    $800 10
Rebecca & Kate are 2 of the Pearsons who will make you sob uncontrollably on this NBC show
    $800 19
An Old Norse term for "tracking" gave us this 6-letter word for a detective who tracks down clues
    $800 24
These 2 5-letter words are used to refer to the plant & animal life of a particular region
    $1000 16
Valentine & Proteus are the title Italian friends in this comedy
    $1000 6
Described as silver white, this precious metal, No. 78, is combined with iridium to make surgical pins
    $1000 11
In 2018 her new "Project" was playing Priya on "Champions", which she also co-created
    $1000 20
Solve the case with this type of reasoning from the general to the specific; a kids' book is called this kind of "Detective"
    $1000 25
It's the official language of Iran; versions of it are spoken in Afghanistan & Tajikistan

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

Emma Claire Maya
$2,200 $2,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Claire Maya
$5,200 $4,000 $6,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART SUBJECTS
VEGGIE IDIOMS
NOT-SO-ANCIENT HISTORY
FLAGS
TYLER, THE CREATOR
ODD FUTURE
    $400 2
Arthur Rackham's work depicting this young heroine was one of his many illustrations for children's tales
    $400 7
"Small" these are insignificant; a "hot" one is an incendiary topic
    $400 16
In 1992 George H.W. Bush, Brian Mulroney & Carlos Salinas signed this 5-letter trade pact
    $400 17
After the end of apartheid, this country introduced a new flag in 1994
    $400 12
Mabel Simmons, AKA Madea, was created by this writer/actor for the stage & hit it big in the movies
    $400 1
The University of Puerto Rico studies possibly habitable faraway planets; a key requirement is surface this substance
    DD: $2,000 3
1-word term for the Virgin Mary; there are paintings of her "and Child with Saints" & "...with Angels"
    $800 8
You're crazy if you're described as "out of your" this type of plant that includes squash
    $800 19
The Y2K bug scared the world in the 1990s because many feared computers would read the year 2000 as this year
    $800 23
The only country without a rectangular flag is this Himalayan nation
    $800 13
In this 2008 film Liv Tyler is cellular biologist Betty Ross, in love with a guy who's not the same when he's angry
    $800 27
This 3-letter word precedes "pack" in a word for a long-awaited solo flying suit
    $1200 4
Here's Bernini's sculpture of this monstrous mythological personality
    $1200 9
This alliterative phrase referring to one's calm suggests a certain amount of refrigeration
    $1200 20
In 1995 Colin Firth played this character in "Pride & Prejudice" on a TV miniseries--ask your mom about it
    DD: $3,000 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a flag on the monitor.) The flag shows the sun setting over wavy blue & white stripes that represent the Pacific Ocean, a reminder that this is Canada's westernmost province
    $1200 14
This actor created a lot of howls playing Scott McCall on MTV's "Teen Wolf"
    $1200 28
Drug-resistant bacteria could end the 70-year medical era of these, such as amoxicillin & the good old Z-Pak
    $1600 5
German master Lucas Cranach the Elder painted this Biblical dancer with John the Baptist's severed head
    $1600 10
You are trying to tempt someone to your cause if you "dangle" one of these in front of him
    $1600 21
In 1992, 8 years after it hosted the Winter Olympics, this Bosnian capital was shelled by Yugoslav forces
    $1600 25
Turkey's flag has but 1 star & this on it; Turkmenistan's has it too, but with 5 stars
    $1600 15
Tyler Florence helps up-&-coming chefs hit the road in Food Network's "Race" of these mobile kitchens
    $1600 29
Inbreeding is a problem if humans move to autogamy, AKA self-this, like some flowers & some worms
    $2000 6
Crayon, charcoal & watercolors were all used to paint 1939's "Head of an Old Peasant" by this Mexican muralist
    $2000 11
Bryce Harper says Mickey Mantle was "a typical" this-fed "kid from Oklahoma"
    $2000 22
Boasting a whopping 32 MB of space, the first portable device that could play these music files came out in 1998
    $2000 26
The motto "Hardships there are, but the land is green and the sun shineth" goes with the flag of this West Indies nation
    $2000 18
This Utah band that sang "Everybody Talks" was co-created by Tyler Glenn

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Claire Maya
$15,600 $18,600 $12,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN WRITERS
In a twist of irony, he accidentally set fire to some 300 acres of woods at Fair Haven Pond near the Concord River in 1844

Final scores:

Emma Claire Maya
$19,000 $21,800 $7,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emma Claire Maya
$15,600 $15,600 $12,800
17 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $44,000

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