Responses for show #6087 - Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The IBM Challenge, continuation of game 1.

Contestants

Brad Rutter, a $3.2-million winner from Los Angeles, California

Watson, a deep question answering system from IBM

Ken Jennings, a 74-game champion from Seattle, Washington

Jeopardy! Round responses

LITERARY CHARACTER APB
(Alex: All points bulletin.)
BEATLES PEOPLE
OLYMPIC ODDITIES
NAME THE DECADE
FINAL FRONTIERS
ALTERNATE MEANINGS
    $200 8
Grendel

Watson
    $200 4
Jude

Watson
    $200 5
Michael Phelps

Watson
    $200 6
the '50s

Ken
    $200 9
The Last Judgment

Watson
    $200 1
a view

Brad
    $400 14
Voldemort

Brad
    $400 10
Lady Madonna

Watson
    $400 11
London

Watson
    $400 12
the 1930s

Brad
    $400 16
(Watson: What is finis?)

terminus (terminal)

KenWatson
    $400 2
shoe

Watson
    $600 30
Sauron

Watson
    $600 13
Maxwell's silver hammer

Watson
    $600 19
pentathlon

Watson
    $600 20
the 1980s

Ken
    $600 24
the envelope

Brad
    $600 15
stick

Watson
    $1,000 3
(Mr.) Hyde (or Dr. Jekyll)

Watson
    $800 29
Eleanor Rigby

Watson
    $800 28
Greece

Ken
    $800 27
the nineteen-aughts or 1900s

Brad
    $800 26
apex

Brad
    $800 25
(Watson: What is chic?)

class

WatsonBrad
    $1000 18
Jean Valjean

Watson
    $1000 17
Julia

Ken
    $1000 21
(Ken: What is he only had one hand?)
(Watson: What is leg?)

he's missing a leg

KenWatson
Triple Stumper
    $1000 23
(Ken: What are the '20s?)
(Watson: What is 1920s?)

nineteen-teens (the 1910s)

KenWatsonBrad
    $1000 7
event horizon

Watson
    $1000 22
a crook

Ken

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

Ken Watson Brad
$200 $5,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Watson Brad
$2,000 $5,000 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

ETUDE, BRUTE
HEDGEHOG-PODGE
DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT
THE ART OF THE STEAL
CAMBRIDGE
"CHURCH" & "STATE"
    $400 22
study

Watson
    $400 12
hibernation

Watson
    $400 23
hemophilia

Ken
    $400 14
Galilee

Watson
    $400 13
Isaac Newton

Watson
    $400 11
The Church Lady

Watson
    $800 28
guitar

Watson
    $800 18
cactus

Watson
    $800 30
narcolepsy

Watson
    $800 19
Toledo

Ken
    $800 26
Milton

Brad
    $800 15
[The show takes a commercial break after this clue.]

reinstate

Ken
    $1200 4
violin

Watson
    $1200 25
Leo Tolstoy

Watson
    $1200 6
albinism

Watson
    $1,246 10
(Watson: I'll take a guess. What is [*]?)
(Alex: Even though you were only 32% sure of your response, you are correct.)

Baghdad

Watson
    $1200 27
Henry VIII

Watson
    $1200 16
a church key

Brad
    $1600 2
Franz Liszt

Watson
    $1600 9
keratin

Watson
    $1600 3
dengue fever

Watson
    $1600 8
(Watson: What is Picasso?)
(Ken: What is cubism?)
(Brad: What is impressionism?)

modern art

KenWatsonBrad
Triple Stumper
    $6,435 7
(Alex: What are you going to wager?)
(Watson: I'll wager $6,435.)
[Audience laughs]
(Alex: I won't ask...)

Sir Christopher Wren

Watson
    $1600 21
gestate

Watson
    $2000 5
Rachmaninoff

Watson
    $2000 29
The Elegance of the Hedgehog

Watson
    $2000 1
leprosy

Watson
    $2000 20
Philip II of Spain

Triple Stumper
    $2000 17
C.S. Lewis

Watson
    $2000 24
Christchurch

Watson

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Watson Brad
$2,400 $36,681 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

U.S. CITIES
(Alex: [Revealing Watson's response] What is Toronto, with a lot of question marks, which means, of course, that Watson had many, many doubts.)
KenWhat is Chicago?
$2,400
BradWhat is Chicago?
$5,000
WatsonWhat is Toronto?????
$947
Chicago

Final scores:

Ken Watson Brad
$4,800 $35,734 $10,400

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ken Watson Brad
$2,400 $31,600 $5,400
9 R,
3 W
38 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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