Show #6121 - Monday, April 4, 2011

Christopher Short game 2.


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Tom Moosbrugger, a library worker from Columbus, Ohio

Ko Otaka, a realtor from Washington, D.C.

Christopher Short, a pub trivia editor from Crawfordsville, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Sean O'Casey's "Juno and the Paycock" is set in the 1920s in a tenement building in this capital city
    $200 11
Possessing 5 faces & 15 eyes, Pancanana is a demon god of this Asian religion
    $200 25
Used by bird watchers, these items are simply a connected pair of handheld telescopes
    $200 1
Composer & priest Giovanni Martini is known by this "fatherly" title
    $200 16
In 2010 this site removed its adult services listings
    $200 21
Hemingway's "The Dangerous Summer" was inspired by Dominguin, who worked in this type of sporting arena
    $400 7
William Inge set both "Picnic" & "Bus Stop" in this Midwestern state
    $400 12
According to Christopher Marlowe, hers was "The face that launched a thousand ships"
    $400 27
President Obama says one of his worst habits is frequently checking this handheld device from RIM
    $400 2
Saddle up! It's from the Middle English for "enclosure"
    $400 17
In this rural social networking game from Zynga, you start with 6 plots of land
    $400 22
In 1975, the USS Kirk had to push helicopters off its deck as it helped people fleeing from this Asian capital
    $600 8
Many believe that this hamlet in the play "Our Town" represented Peterborough, New Hampshire
    $600 13
This military marching command to reverse is the title of Col. David H. Hackworth's "Odyssey of an American Warrior"
    $600 28
They're the handheld percussion instruments heard here
    $600 3
Princess Amidala, to her friends
    $600 18
Online ABC & Disney users know to type these 2 letters prior to ".com" to use those sites
    DD: $1,000 23
The Kangshung Face, the North Col & the Khumu Icefall are all parts of this dangerous place
    $800 9
In a musical, MacConnachy Square is in the heart of this enchanted Scottish village
    $800 14
In Catholic lore, when this female saint wiped the sweat from Jesus' face with her veil, an image of him remained there
    $800 29
4-letter word for any article used to dress a stage for a scene, or any object carried by hand onstage
    $800 4
This device has a U-shaped bar that goes through a loop called a staple
    $800 19
Julian Assange runs this site known for posting U.S. military documents, to the Pentagon's displeasure
    $800 24
A train platform spells final jeopardy for this Tolstoy title heroine
    $1000 10
This title swordsman & poet visits Roxane, whom he loves, at her convent every week for almost 15 years
    $1000 15
In 1910 this man published his story collection "Lost Face", which includes "To Build a Fire"
    $1000 30
On "Star Trek" handheld devices included tricorders & these weapons with a "stun" setting
    $1000 5
Found at the confluence of the Ohio & Tennessee Rivers, it's the seat of McCracken County, Kentucky
    $1000 20
Wake up, pops! Danica Patrick can be seen in ads for this domain-procuring site
    $1000 26
Alliterative term for a feat done by 1920s barnstorming pilots; the man who did it first had less than a 2-year career

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

Christopher Ko Tom
$3,200 -$400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Ko Tom
$6,000 -$200 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
This style of home named for a Massachusetts peninsula features a gabled roof & a central chimney
    $400 16
Starting in 1915, Carl Laemmle built this "city" named for his studio, complete with its own mayor & fire department
    $400 17
This piece of Edgar Allan Poe-try asks, "Is there--is there balm in Gilead?--tell me--tell me, I implore!"
    $400 5
Combine the last name of writer Virginia & the strong safety who rushes the QB to get this newsman
(5, 7)
    $400 19
The fountains in this French palace express the power of the king over nature
    $400 10
It follows blue, cran & straw
    DD: $2,000 2
This British architectural style began with the accession of Henry VII in the late 15th century
    $800 22
These brothers brought sound to the big screen with "The Jazz Singer"
    $800 18
In "Song of Myself", he asked, "Do I contradict myself?"
    $800 6
A courteous & respectful set of dishes & utensils, as for afternoon tea
(5, 7)
    $800 20
This European capital is famous for its fountains, like the one seen here depicting Triton
    $800 11
This synonym for shy is derived from abash, meaning to embarrass
    $1200 3
From 1938 to 1952 this Bauhaus creator headed Harvard's architecture department
    $1200 23
The moguls proved their patriotism with movies like this one, in which Bogey battles Germans in the title desert
    $1200 26
His "Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" asks, "Do I dare disturb the universe?"
    $1200 7
A depressed young southern lady; perhaps her beau is gone
(4, 5)
    $1200 21
Take in a night show every 15 minutes in front of this Las Vegas hotel
    $1200 12
Slower than a gallop, this horse's gait is named for a pilgrimage site in England
    $1600 4
Craftsman homes feature these on the porch, but they're square, not round as in ancient Greek temples
    $1600 24
Under siege by TV, Darryl F, Zanuck publicly declared every picture he made would now be in this widescreen process
    DD: $2,000 27
This poet innocently wondered, "Little lamb, who made thee?"
    $1600 8
Complete demolition of a tall grass that produces sugar
(6, 4)
    $1600 29
This Chicago fountain seen here has the same name as a palace
    $1600 13
With a small circle above it, this letter represents a unit used to measure light wavelengths
    $2000 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue on a monitor.) A cupola is the top structure of a dome; when the windows or walls are opened to illuminate the dome interior, it's this type of cupola, sharing its name with a certain portable light
    $2000 25
William Randolph Hearst was said to have spent
$7 million promoting the career of this actress, his companion
    $2000 28
Keats' ode to this bird ends, "Was it a vision, or a waking dream? Fled is that music:--do I wake or sleep?"
    $2000 9
The area or subject covered by 19th c. writer Bret when he was a reporter
(5, 4)
    $2000 30
The fountain seen here is a symbol of this Swiss city; note that it's in a lake
    $2000 14
From the Italian for "little property", it can be a trifle or a short, light piece of music or verse

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Ko Tom
$14,400 $6,200 $18,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

These 3 nations each border the world's largest & smallest oceans

Final scores:

Christopher Ko Tom
$10,400 $0 $7,599
2-day champion: $32,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Christopher Ko Tom
$14,400 $8,000 $18,200
20 R,
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
20 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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Game tape date: 2010-11-30
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