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Third from the Sun
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Show #7988 - Wednesday, May 8, 2019

2019 Teachers Tournament quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

Vicki Leibeck-Owsley, a high school English teacher from Columbia, Kentucky

Alexandra Bicks, a high school ESL teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Francois Barcomb, an 11th grade physics teacher from New Paltz, New York

Jeopardy! Round

RECENT BESTSELLERS
WOMEN OLYMPIANS
THE ELEMENTS
SPELL THE BEANS
(Alex: Each response is a type of bean that you're going to have to spell for us.)
EDUCATIONAL GAMES
WORDS IN TEACHER
    $200 9
"Fire & Blood" is a novel from this author, set centuries before the events in "Game of Thrones"
    $200 21
American saber specialist Ibtihaj Muhammad wore a hijab competing in this Olympic sport in 2016
    $200 19
Alcoa is the nation's largest producer of this element
    $200 6
Its name comes from being shaped like an internal organ
    $200 14
This "amphibious" company makes the educational line of LeapPad tablets
    $200 1
Third from the Sun
    $400 10
Tara Westover wrote of her quest to be this, the 1-word title of her memoir about leaving her survivalist family to go to college
    $400 25
In 2016 tennis ace Monica Puig beat 3 Grand Slam champions to win this U.S. territory's first-ever gold medal
    $400 20
Boy, if I had one of this element, atomic No. 28, every time someone said it was first isolated in 1751
    $400 7
A chocolate source--not the spelling Swiss Miss uses
    $400 15
In a geography computer game, you need to find out "Where in the World Is" she
    $400 2
To provide food for an event
    DD: $1,000 11
Both Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" & Bob Woodward's "Fear" mention this building in their subtitles
    $600 26
China's Li Xuerui took gold in 2012 in this racquet sport
    $600 22
Protactinium was once called brevium because the first isotope discovered had only a 70-second one of these
    $600 8
Sizzling cinnamon & juicy pear are 2 popular flavors of it
    $600 16
The Amazon Trail is a spin-off from this classic history game
    $600 3
To deceive for profit
    $800 12
This bard of Bangor revisited the bestseller list with the creepy entry "The Outsider"
    $800 27
Jackie Joyner-Kersee twice won gold in this multi-event Olympic contest
    $800 23
The first 3 halogen or "salt-forming" elements on the periodic table are fluorine, this, bromine
    $800 29
Geographic AKA of butter beans
    $800 17
Ms. Frizzle & the yellow title transport feature in web games based on this TV show
    $800 4
It was originally reckoned as the amount of land a team of oxen could plow in a day
    $1000 13
Marlon Bundo is a type of this animal in books from Mike Pence's daughter & from John Oliver's "Last Week Tonight"
    $1000 28
Simone Biles won 4 gold medals in Rio: team, all-around, floor exercise & this high-flying event
    $1000 24
This element precedes carbonate in a compound used to treat gastric ulcers & is definitely some of your...
    $1000 30
Chipotle's ingredients include black beans & this other 5-letter type
    $1000 18
Mavis Beacon, who has taught this life skill to millions, is not a real person
    $1000 5
Jasper & agate are 2 of the many minerals classified as this form of quartz

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

Francois Alexandra Vicki
$1,000 $3,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Francois Alexandra Vicki
$7,400 $3,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

I NEED A SUPERHERO
ANGRY WORDS
THEM'S THE RULES
OPERA & BALLET
RUN IT UP THE FLAGPOLE
"C" WHO SALUTES
    $400 1
This Marvel-ous 2018 title guy got his claws into a Best Picture Oscar nomination
    $400 25
To perturb, or when the 47th-ranked team defeats No. 1
    $400 6
No hugging allowed according to the Marquess of Queensberry rules for this sport
    $400 15
On Feb. 1, 1896 this tragic Puccini opera with Rodolfo & Mimi was first performed at Turin's Teatro Regio
    $400 11
The flags of the city of Berlin & the canton of Bern both feature this animal
    $400 20
Last in his 1861 class at West Point, he served as an aide to Gen. McClellan & had the nickname "Boy General"
    $800 2
Helen Slater certainly has the resume to play the mom of Kara Zor-El, this title CW heroine
    $800 26
"All the" this 4-letter word can mean widely popular
    DD: $3,000 7
Versions of this precept show up in the "Analects" of Confucius & Matthew 7:12
    $800 16
If you Lakmé, you really Lakmé, you sing the aria known as "The Bell Song" in this vocal range
    $800 12
Like its neighbor Venezuela, this country uses a tricolor flag
    $800 21
Though his surrender basically ended the American Revolution, this general got little blame for the defeat back home in Britain
    $1200 3
In 2016 Laura Linney & Will Arnett helped these title reptiles come "Out of the Shadows"
    $1200 27
Deal with my this, vengeance as the consequence of anger, & also, I can't resist... Khaaaaan!
    $1200 8
Per Monopoly rules, if you land on this space, you must pay the bank either $200 or 10% of your total worth
    $1200 17
The cowgirl & the champion roper are roles in this ballet with music by Aaron Copland
    $1200 13
The flag of the Pitcairn Islands includes a depiction of the anchor of this ship
    $1200 22
Last name of the American brothers George Rogers & William, both military men & explorers
    $1600 4
Lucius Best is the secret identity of this hero voiced by Samuel L. Jackson in "The Incredibles"
    $1600 28
This angry word, pronounced a bit differently, is a substance with a sweet odor when burned
    $1600 9
Country Living magazine's 50 simple etiquette rules include send this personal type of thank you note
    $1600 18
Naturally, there's dance music in this Italian's 1859 opera "Un Ballo in Maschera", "A Masked Ball"
    $1600 14
The shield on this country's flag is based on one carried by the Maasai people
    DD: $3,000 23
He fought under King Henry of Navarre before joining a 1603 expedition to Canada
    $2000 5
Filipino martial arts training helped Caity Lotz play Sara Lance, the "White Canary", who leads the time travelers on this DC TV show
    $2000 29
3 minor female divinities of Greek myth were collectively known as this
    $2000 10
This proposed federal rule would have required all retirement planning advisors to act in their clients' best interests
    $2000 30
In the 1930s, the Baby Ballerinas Baranova, Toumanova & Riabouchinska were the first stars of this company de Monte Carlo
    $2000 19
A malamute is on the flag of this Canadian territory to reflect the dog's important role in the history of the place
    $2000 24
This veteran of the Revolutionary War went on to be the first governor of New York state & VP under Jefferson & Madison

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Francois Alexandra Vicki
$20,600 $7,400 $4,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORDS FROM THE COMICS
Used to describe secrecy during WWII, this 2-word term had its psychological meaning popularized by Charles Schulz

Final scores:

Francois Alexandra Vicki
$20,600 $5,199 $1,000
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Francois Alexandra Vicki
$26,600 $7,000 $4,800
29 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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