Show #7965 - Friday, April 5, 2019

James Holzhauer game 2.

Contestants

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Marshall Shelburne, a computer programmer from Los Angeles, California

Satish Chandrasekhar, a medical student from Jupiter, Florida

James Holzhauer, a professional sports gambler from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $43,680)

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Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
LEGAL TERMS
MAKE TIME FOR TIME
JAMES BOND & FRIENDS
"Q"
MONET-PUNNY
    $200 25
The Gulf of Taranto makes up the arch in this country's "boot"
    $200 27
In early law, this wasn't a crime if it was to your own house; now, burning your place for insurance is a no-no
    $200 30
This short span of time comes before "messaging" or "coffee"
    $200 28
In the Bond novels, Miss Moneypenny does this job assisting Bond's boss; Loelia Ponsonby does it for Bond
    $200 23
It's the type of musical work being performed here
    $200 29
The color of Monet? In 1905 the artist wrote that there were only 6, including cadmium yellow & cobalt this
    $400 22
Chesapeake Bay is natural; Druid Lake & all other lakes in this state are man-made
    $400 26
You took property worth more than $100, so that's grand this, which is ironic, 'cause what you stole is worth about a grand
    $400 24
This date is AKA Bissextile Day
    $400 11
In the 1979 movie "Moonraker", a metal-mouthed Bond foe-turned-ally has this name, the title of another '70s movie
    $400 14
To shake, or what an archer keeps his arrows in
    $400 20
With 100 works, more than any other museum, the Marmottan Museum in this capital is rolling in Monet
    $600 16
Seen here is a a marker at Cape Agulhas at the tip of this continent
    $600 18
Yeah, there was no intention to kill or do grievous bodily harm, so we'll plead to this "2", the negligent or involuntary type
    $600 21
It's the fixed time designated by authority by which citizens must be inside at night
    $600 5
Bond bud Bill Tanner is chief of staff at this alphanumeric British foreign intelligence service
    $600 8
The California valley type of this is California's state bird
    $600 19
A common sight was walking around Monet who worked outdoors, as in a cliff walk in this Channel-side French region
    $800 12
Old unfaithful! Steamboat Geyser in this national park went 50 years without a major eruption & erupted 29 times in one year
    $800 17
Using political office to collect unlawful fees is this; "Futurama" was right! The "X" does make it sound cool
    $800 13
It's how you say "tomorrow" in Madrid
    $800 4
A groundskeeper named Kincade helps Bond fight Javier Bardem at the titular lodge in this 2012 film
    $800 7
Robert Frost ended a poem, "I had a lover's" this "with the world"
    $800 15
Dealers often applied this glossy material, also a floor covering, so now conservators do some Monet laundering
    $1000 9
Canada's Spotted Lake is found over the border from Washington in this province
    DD: $2,000 10
You appeared to be adversaries, but had a secret pact with your pal to make illegal gains; you're guilty of this 9-letter crime
    $1000 6
Trust Brother Alex--it's the plural word for the time of evensong prayers, or for the prayers themselves
    $1000 3
Jack Lord & Jeffrey Wright are 2 of the 8 actors who have played this American CIA agent & 007 ally
    $1000 2
Made from the bark of a tree, it was once the only effective treatment for malaria
    $1000 1
It's not just canvas--there's paper Monet, like a drawing of this city known for its cathedral & for the death of Joan of Arc

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

James Satish Marshall
$3,800 $5,800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Satish Marshall
$5,200 $6,800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
BOOK TITLE NAMES
SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL
WHICH TALL CHIEF?
18th CENTURY SCIENCE
ACM AWARDS
(Alex: They air this Sunday, live from Las Vegas: The Academy of Country Music Awards.)
    $400 24
Phi Beta Kappa, America's oldest Greek-letter society, was founded in 1776 at this Virginia college
    $400 30
High school is complicated for "Me and" him "and the Dying Girl"
    $400 29
Often found before "keen", this fruity word also describes a bellini cocktail
    $400 26
After more than 150 years, he's still the tallest president in U.S. history
    $400 25
Years before Darwin, Charles Bonnet used this word for the idea that catastrophes lead to higher life forms
    $400 28
We're on a first name basis with this bubbly redhead who has hosted the awards more times than any other artist
    $800 23
The main campus for Middlebury College is located in the Champlain Valley of this state
    $800 22
The title character of this E.B. White book is born 2 inches long, with a tail & whiskers
    $800 21
A cut of diamond, or anything wonderful
    $800 19
This "Great" Russian czar was more than 6'6"
    $800 8
Though he didn't live to see it, he accurately predicted that a comet seen previously would return in 1758
    $800 27
At the 2011 awards Steven Tyler duetted with Carrie Underwood on this group's classic "Walk This Way"
    $1200 15
While attending this school, George W. Bush was a member of its Skull & Bones secret society
    $1200 10
A Joseph Conrad novel was partly based on James Lingrad, a petty potentate on Borneo given this noble nickname
    $1200 20
Wonderful adjective preceding "Mrs. Maisel" or "Marvin Hagler"
    $1200 18
The National Park Service says that based on this Hawaiian king's feathered cape, he'd have been about 7 feet tall
    DD: $4,000 7
Next time you grab a soda, you can thank Joseph Priestley, who dissolved this gas in water in 1768, making it fizzy
    $1200 1
In 1976 she went from "Coal Miner's Daughter" to the first woman to win ACM Entertainer of the Year
    DD: $11,914 14
Nicknamed "Sadie Lou", this New York college dropped the words "for Women" from its name in 1947
    $1600 9
Last name of Ramona, the title 8-year-old in a novel by Beverly Cleary
    $1600 12
Lorenzo de Medici was dubbed "Lorenzo the" this word emblazoning his great deeds
    $1600 17
Milo Đukanović, of this former Yugoslav republic named for its mountainousness, towers over other leaders
    $1600 6
British physician David Pitcairn was the first to notice a link between rheumatic fever & serious damage to this organ
    $1600 2
In 2018 she won 3 awards including Song of the Year for "Tin Man", for a total of 32, the most of any artist in ACM history
    $2000 13
This Jesuit university not far from L.A.'s international airport is known as LMU for short
    $2000 4
"I spit on your happiness!" is a line from this Jean Anouilh tragedy about a daughter of Oedipus
    $2000 11
From the Latin for "quake" comes the word for something outstanding
    $2000 16
This 6'5" French president was nicknamed "The Big Asparagus"
    $2000 5
In 1787, but not on a midsummer night, William Herschel discovered these 2 largest moons of Uranus
    $2000 3
At the 2007 awards Taylor Swift met this superstar for the first time after performing her debut single that's named for him

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Satish Marshall
$29,114 $18,800 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN CAPITALS
Remove 2 letters from within the 6-letter name of this capital & you get the name of a capital from a neighboring country

Final scores:

James Satish Marshall
$38,926 $12,600 $2,445
2-day champion: $82,606 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

James Satish Marshall
$18,800 $15,000 $4,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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