Show #8022 - Tuesday, June 25, 2019

2019 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Ryan Presler, an eighth grader from Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Eesha Sohail, a senior from Bakersfield, California

Shriya Yarlagadda, a sophomore from Grand Blanc, Michigan

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Jeopardy! Round

IT HAPPENED IN THE BIBLE
JUVENILE JUSTICE
PEOPLE IN AMERICAN HISTORY
TEENS ON TV
NAME THE GAME
YOU GOT 2 As & 2 Ds
    $200 19
When this man first meets God, he sees a bush on fire, but it doesn't burn up
    $200 13
Like Daddy Warbucks to Annie, this is an adult responsible for the care of a minor
    $200 1
In 1908 he rolled out the first car affordable for most Americans, the Model T
    $200 6
During all his teenage years, Rico Rodriguez had a pretty good job as Manny Delgado on this ABC sitcom
    $200 18
Use all 7 of your tiles on one turn & get a 50-point bonus
    $200 8
A person seeking political office on the ballot
    $400 20
Here's a circa 1500 rendering of the miracle at a wedding in this town, where Jesus turned water into wine
    $400 14
Also a term for military basic training, this is a 2-word reform facility for juvenile offenders
    $400 2
This future presidential assassin made his acting debut in an 1855 Baltimore staging of "Richard III"
    $400 7
Sean Giambrone goes back to a time before he was born--the '80s--as Adam, a member of this title sitcom family on ABC
    $400 24
The classic version incorporates real streets in Atlantic City
    $400 9
The woman who owns the apartment you rent is your this
    $600 21
This leader had his army march around Jericho 7 times & blow their trumpets, & its walls came tumblin' down
    $600 15
Hanging out in public for no good reason could be considered illegal--this crime
    $600 3
In 1927 he made aviation history aboard a plane called the Spirit of St. Louis
    $600 28
Kiernan Shipka brought her magic to Netflix, starring in "Chilling Adventures of" this teen
    $600 25
Water on the knee is one challenge
    $600 10
In a children's song, it comes between "knick knack" & "give the dog a bone"
    $800 22
In this book Herod binds the apostle Peter in chains, but an angel appears & the chains fall away
    $800 16
Someone who monitors attendance can also be called this "officer", making sure no one ditches
    $800 4
FBI headquarters is housed in a building named for this man who was director from 1924 to 1972
    $800 29
Hudson Yang plays Eddie Huang, part of the Taiwanese family on this ABC sitcom set in the 1990s
    $800 26
Use letter tiles to build words in this a-peeling game with a fruit in its name
    $800 11
Morbid-sounding 2-word term for a race that ends in a tie
    $1000 23
This man was thrown to the hungry lions in a sealed den, but in the morning he was miraculously unscathed
    $1000 17
Convicts let kids know the pitfalls of a life of crime in juvenile awareness programs like "Scared" this
    DD: $1,200 5
After his first wife Miriam died in 1832, this religious leader wed as many as 56 more times
    $1000 30
Madison Hu plays Frankie & Olivia Rodrigo is Paige on this Disney Channel show with a "AA" rating
    $1000 27
It takes some math skills & strategy to win in this ancient African family of games
    $1000 12
You don't want to get kicked out of the army this alliterative way

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

Shriya Eesha Ryan
$4,000 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Shriya Eesha Ryan
$4,000 $2,800 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

YOUNG WRITERS
TRANSPORTATION
INTERNATIONAL PARKS
HITMAKERS
FIND A SYNONYM
THE "SAURUS"
    $400 1
A Netflix film titled this "Booth" was based on a book Beth Reekles wrote at 15 on the story-sharing app Wattpad
    $400 12
The Tupolev Tu-144 plane of the 1970s was famous for going faster than this, which moves in waves
    $400 2
Denmark created the largest national park in the world on this vast island
    $400 7
"Something Just Like This" teamed Coldplay & this EDM duo whose name sounds like a very bad habit
    $400 21
Seism is an old-timey word for this geological event
    $400 26
This king of dinosaurs got its name from Henry Osborn in 1905
    $800 14
The humorous comic book series "Axe" this job was co-created by 5-year-old Malachai Nicolle
    $800 13
Harley-Davidson calls their 3-wheeled motorcycle by this 5-letter name, just like the bicycle version
    $800 3
Italy has national parks dedicated to Etna & to this other infamous southern volcano
    $800 8
Here's this singer & pal Keith Richards when they were barely out of their teens
    $800 22
This word starting with "re" also means "revolution" & it's one letter shorter
    $800 27
Plate-backed bitty-brain with a spiky tail
    $1200 15
This author began what became "Sense and Sensibility" at about age 19
    $1200 18
Italy magazine said gondolas were "for centuries the main means of transport & today the iconic symbol of" this city
    $1200 4
The lands at Tel Megiddo National Park in Israel feature prominently in this last book of the Bible
    $1200 9
"Walk It Talk It" did both for this hip-hop trio from Atlanta
    DD: $2,000 23
This synonym for a news reporter & a person who keeps a diary comes to us partly from the French
    $1200 28
For a while it had been reclassified as an apatosaurus
    $1600 16
Christopher Paolini was only 15 when he began this epic with a title one letter different from "dragon"
    DD: $2,000 19
In 1932 a 3-seat Stinson was the entire fleet flying between Bristol Bay & Anchorage for what would be this airline
    $1600 5
Badaling National Forest Park contains the most visited section of all the miles of this edifice
    $1600 10
This singer with '80s hits like "Dress You Up" brought in Diplo & Chance the Rapper for her album "Rebel Heart"
    $1600 24
Instead of "global", you can use this more cosmic word for something that applies everywhere
    $1600 29
File under "A" this giant carnivore of the late Jurassic
    $2000 17
Carson McCullers started writing this novel when she was 19, bedridden & perhaps "Lonely"
    $2000 20
The Dept. of Transportation says note the stop arm & red light on a stationary one of these vehicles & don't pass it
    $2000 6
Germany's Schwarzwald is this colorful national park in English
    $2000 11
Known for tunes like "Don't Happen Twice", this country singer hit the album sales chart with "Live in No Shoes Nation"
    $2000 25
This is a synonym for a great circle of longitude on the Earth, especially when it is "prime"
    $2000 30
This terror of the seas was up to 15 feet long, much of that being neck

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Shriya Eesha Ryan
$10,400 $9,200 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OTHER NATIONS' PRESIDENTS
This nation's 1st 8 presidents were all born in the U.S.; the 1st local-born president came in 1884, 37 years after independence

Final scores:

Shriya Eesha Ryan
$0 $0 $1,599
2nd place 3rd place Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Shriya Eesha Ryan
$12,200 $9,200 $10,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $31,800

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