The Greatest of All Time game #4 - Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time match 2, game 2.

Contestants

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Brad Rutter, the biggest money winner from Los Angeles, California (subtotal of $14,400)

Ken Jennings, the winner of 74 consecutive games from Seattle, Washington (subtotal of $40,000)

James Holzhauer, the setter of 20 Jeopardy! records from Las Vegas, Nevada (subtotal of $44,314)

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Jeopardy! Round

MOZART
(Jimmy: Mozart--clues about one of music's great geniuses, from his hometown: Salzburg, Austria.)
THE ____ OF ____
THIS WILL TIE YOUR ROOM TOGETHER
THEY'RE BACK!
NAME THE DECADE
(Alex: How appropriate--we deal with...)
GOATS
    200 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Mozart Birthplace in Salzburg, Austria.) On January 27, 1756 Anna Mozart gave birth in this room to a son they named Wolfgang; his middle name was Theophilus, or "beloved of God", but we know it better as this Latin name meaning the same
    200 29
On the Moon, it's where the Eagle landed July 20, 1969
    200 28
In Islam, many prayer rugs have an arch-shaped design called a mihrab, which the user faces toward this city before kneeling
    200 27
Submitted for your approval, Jordan Peele as host & narrator of the reboot of this anthology series
    200 26
Christopher Columbus makes his last transatlantic trip: the first decade of this century
    200 25
"The Field Guide to Goats" says to be sure to discourage aggression, as a goat doing this to you with his head can break a bone
    400 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Mozart Residence in Salzburg, Austria.) In 1783 Mozart visited his hometown for the last time, staying with his dad & working on his "Mass in C minor", which like his famous "Requiem" was left in this condition
    400 18
In the '60s & in a song from "Hair", it was the "dawning of" this
    400 21
These Native American people who call themselves Dine are known for their patterned rugs
    400 22
The reboot of this soapy series about the wealthy Carrington & Colby families changed the setting from Denver to Atlanta
    400 23
The Erie Canal is completed & opens for business
    400 24
Unlike cow milk, goat milk is naturally this, with emulsified fats & non-separated cream
    600 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Mozart Birthplace in Salzburg, Austria.) Salzburg craftsman Andreas Mayr made a child's violin that Mozart would receive in 1762; Wolfgang would go on to compose five of these works for violin & orchestra
    600 17
In the news in 1961, Bahía de Cochinos is better known to us as this
    600 15
Sisal rugs are made from the fibers of this succulent that's also used to make beer & other alcoholic beverages
    600 7
In 2019 this detective was back on the case, working with her dad to solve cases in Neptune, California
    600 5
The Salem witch trials
    600 19
Since 1900 the mascot of this institute of higher learning has been "Bill the Goat"
    800 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Mozart Residence in Salzburg, Austria.) Young Mozart dedicated the work "Dream of Scipio" to his Salzburg patron Prince-Archbishop Colloredo, a strict man guided by this "bright" intellectual movement of the times
    800 10
Here's how one artist envisioned this ancient wonder
    800 14
Bijar carpets & Sanandaj rugs are products of this countryless people who live in an area ranging from Syria to Iran
    800 1
This reboot made the divorced mom & her family Cuban American & moved the setting from Indianapolis to Los Angeles
    800 3
The Black Death starts;
the Battle of Crécy
    800 11
Goat cheese is commonly called this, the French word for "goat"
    1000 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Mozart Birthplace in Salzburg, Austria.) One of the most famous images of Mozart is this painting in his birthplace, in which a seven-year-old Mozart is wearing the outfit given to him by this Holy Roman Empress at the Viennese court
    1000 9
This bloody period of the French Revolution ended with the execution of Robespierre
    1000 13
Table coverings he painted in 16th-century portraits like the one of a merchant here led to a rug being named for this artist "the Younger"
    1000 8
Candace Cameron Bure stars as a grown-up, raising kids of her own, on this reboot
    DD: 1,000 4
The Tudor line begins its 5-monarch rule of England
    1000 6
Mountain goats are genus Oreamnos; other goats, this genus, same as a filmmaking genius

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Ken Brad
6,400 6,800 3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

I JUST TOOK A DNA TEST
(Alex: Oh gosh!)
POP CULTURE PEOPLE
AUDIBLE
"G"EOGRAPHY
20-LETTER WORDS
GOATS (GREATEST OF ALL TIME)
    400 22
DNA tests can tell you if you are this 7-letter holder of recessive genes for a genetic disease
    400 30
Check out the clue while my DJ revolves it! This '90s rapper actually had a 2nd Top 40 hit: "Play That Funky Music"; still waitin' on 3
    400 29
He simply titled his 2019 memoir "Me"

I knew that Taron Egerton was the right man to play me when I heard him sing "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" -- he managed to get through it without threatening to murder anyone or screaming about Engelbert Humperdinck
    400 28
Lambeau knows this 118-mile-long inlet that receives the waters of the Fox River
    400 26
It's the adjective used to describe a work only partially based on the writer's life
    400 27
In this year, Alfred Eisenstaedt captured what became one of the most iconic photos of all time
    800 21
(Glenn Close delivers the clue.) I'm a co-founder of Bring Change to Mind, an organization working to end stigma & normalize conversations around mental health; we are changing attitudes & behavior through science- & evidence-based high school club programs which are expanding across the country. Because I love science, I had this, my full set of chromosomes, sequenced to better understand my family's history of mental illness
    800 23
In 1987, 7'2" Kevin Peter Hall played Harry, who hung with the Hendersons, & this film title guy who was not as friendly with Arnold
    800 24
Big oil & gas are the subject of a 2019 nonfiction bestseller by this TV personality

In fact, it could be argued, the oil business as we know it today was the invention of one particular American, John D. Rockefeller
    800 19
Apotgan & Dededo are major towns on this island, an unincorporated territory of the U.S. since 1898
    800 12
EEG for short, it's a record of some of the brain's activity
    800 25
These 2 Agatha Christie characters made a list of "The 30 Greatest Literary Detectives of All Time"
    1200 20
For info on great-great-grandma, genetic data passed on from your mother can be used in the mtDNA test, named for this organelle
    1200 11
Her post-"Friends" career includes the role of actress Valerie Cherish, trying to make "the comeback" happen
    1200 18
Naturally, Colin Farrell read this novel by a fellow countryman

Once upon a time and a very good time it was there was a moocow coming down along the road and this moocow that was coming down along the road met a nicens little boy named baby tuckoo
    1200 5
Founded in 1531, this capital of a Mexican state bears the name of a province of Spain
    1200 8
It's a gathering of protesters to express opposition to the aims of another group of protesters
    1200 15
Performances like his 1979 "Live in Concert" film made Rolling Stone list him as the greatest stand-up comedian of all time
    DD: 3,800 1
You can learn your ethnicity using DNA in your autosomes, non-sex chromosomes; most people have this many sets of autosomes
    1600 10
Feeling regenerated in "Doctor Who", this actress confessed, "Sorry, half an hour ago I was a white-haired Scotsman"
    1600 17
Frances McDormand introduces us to a beloved character in this first book in a series by Armistead Maupin

Mary Ann Singleton was twenty-five years old when she saw San Francisco for the first time
    DD: 8,400 3
Rhino tracking at the Mokolodi Nature Reserve is something to try on a visit to this capital city
    1600 6
This "-tion" is the attribution of human qualities to something that is not human
    1600 14
Among the greatest scientific discoveries are electricity, penicillin & this German's quantum theory
    2000 2
DNA is composed of nucleotides, which contain 4 nitrogenous bases represented by these 4 letters
    2000 9
"Pretty Baby, You Look So Heavenly" is a chapter title in "Face It", the 2019 memoir by this singing star
    2000 16
Colin Firth reads the line that gives a novel by this British author its title

But that wasn't what Sarah had said, and sitting there beside Henry in the Victoria Gardens, watching the day die, I remembered the end of the whole "affair"
    2000 4
(Jimmy Kimmel delivers the clue.) One of my hobbies is fly-fishing & I've done some on this Montana river near Bozeman where most of the fishing scenes in "A River Runs Through It" were filmed
    2000 7
This adverb means in a manner not typical of a particular person
    2000 13
In a 2010 poll this Nobel Peace Prize winner & politician ranked as Ireland's greatest person

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Ken Brad
22,800 21,200 -3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY LEADERS
Tall, lanky Joel Barlow was an ambassador carrying messages between these 2 world leaders, both mocked for being short

Final scores:

James Ken Brad
38,100 17,400 -3,600

Cumulative scores:

James Ken Brad
82,414 57,400 14,400
Winner: 1 match point 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

James Ken Brad
16,000 21,200 200
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
26 R,
1 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: 37,400

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