Show #6763 - Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Arthur Chu game 2.


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Carolyn Collins, an education program manager from Washington, D.C.

Erik Post, a fraud investigator from Essex, Vermont

Arthur Chu, a compliance analyst and voiceover artist from Broadview Heights, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $37,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice "rent"'s gonna come up in each correct response.)
    $200 27
James Worthy,
James Kennedy,
James Naismith
    $200 17
(Hi, I'm Hannah Storm.) There's a character named Hannah in this favorite of mine; she's lived with the March family since Meg was born & is considered "more as a friend than a servant"
    $200 28
Many believe that the death penalty is not a proven one of these to prevent homicide
    $200 16
Aug. 1, 1944:
She made the final entry in the diary she kept while in hiding
    $400 24
In 1951 this son of A.A. Milne opened a bookshop in Dartmouth, England with his cousin/wife Lesley
    $400 25
Symbolizing the union of the upper & lower regions, the pschent was the double headdress of these ancient kings
    $400 26
More formal names
on its list:
Lawrence P. Berra,
Ernest Banks,
George H. Ruth
    $400 18
(Hi, I'm Harry Shearer.) John Kennedy Toole committed suicide, unable to find a publisher for this satiric novel that later won a Pulitzer Prize
    $400 23
Prince of Wales is a title reserved exclusively for the person in this position to the British throne
    $400 15
Feb. 1, 1884:
You could look it up in the first volume of this, published in London
    $600 3
In 1957 a whole lotta head shakin' was going on after this singer married his 13-year-old cousin Myra
    $600 7
Wearing one of these protectors is usually associated with someone a little out on the fringe
    $600 5
Kid Gavilan,
Jimmy Carter (not that one!),
Sylvester Stallone
    $600 22
(I'm New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman.) My favorite book is this Pat Conroy novel in which Tom Wingo leaves South Carolina to help his troubled twin sister in New York & ends up confronting his own dark past
    $600 10
This word can precede "Biography" or follow "Humboldt"
    $600 14
June 1, 2009:
He took over hosting duties on "The Tonight Show" (for less than a year)
    $800 2
This outlaw & wife Zerelda, his first cousin, lie side by side at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Kearney, Missouri
    $800 6
Ahoy! There's a mode of transport in the name of this straw hat with a flat crown & a ribbon band
    $800 4
Olga Korbut,
Kurt Thomas,
Dominique Dawes
    $800 1
(Hi. I'm Rebecca Lobo.) "The Human Stain" by this author spins a tale of race, deception & the dangers of political correctness
    $800 9
The Latin for "to shudder at" gives us this adjective meaning loathsome or repugnant
    $800 13
May 1, 1971:
This federally supported corporation began its passenger train service
    $1000 21
In the Bible, Isaac married this first cousin once removed
    $1000 8
It's the Middle Eastern headdress seen here that's held in place with an agal cord
    DD: $5 19
Eddie Giacomin,
Herb Brooks,
Conn Smythe
    $1000 20
(I'm Chris Wallace.) The influence of the title country house on the lives of the Schlegels & the Wilcoxes is at the heart of this E.M. Forster book, my favorite novel
    $1000 11
"The Mental Floss History of the World" is this kind of "Romp Through Civilization's Best Bits"
    $1000 12
March 1, 1932:
The baby son of this American hero was abducted from his home

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Arthur Erik Carolyn
$3,000 $3,800 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Erik Carolyn
$4,595 $4,400 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You guys will deal with [*] in which you have to name the actor for us.)
    $400 22
2 art terms are used to describe the orientation of paper in a computer printer: landscape & this opposite
    $400 26
This 5-syllable adjective describes a word having only one syllable
    $400 28
Alex P. Keaton, Republican yin to his parents' post-hippie yang
    $400 29
Gordon Brown finally got his turn after this man left
    $400 27
Zuppa is Italian for this dish
    $400 30
Since 2003 Texas has had a state snack: tortilla chips & this condiment in which to dip them
    $800 21
This 3-part panel was a common form for altarpieces in medieval art
    $800 13
Legally, this term meaning defensible is a type of "homicide"
    $800 25
Diane Chambers--everybody knew her name
    $800 23
Deng Xiaoping found him a tough act to follow
    $800 24
It's the appropriate name of the Little Debbie snack cake seen here
    DD: $5,000 19
Located in the constellation Cancer, the Beehive Cluster is this state's official astronomical symbol
    $1200 18
In old Japan cherry trees were felled to make the blocks on which designs were carved for this 7-letter type of print
    $1200 12
Ideally, this treatment is selectively toxic, poisoning cancer cells without harming healthy cells
    $1200 2
Miranda Hobbes, Carrie-ing on in New York City
    $1200 14
In 2003 the Coalition Provisional Authority took over for him
    $1200 15
At TGI Friday's in Austria, these sides are Zwiebelringe
    $1200 17
John James Audubon declared the ruffed type of this, Pennsylvania's state bird, delicious
    DD: $4,195 3
This type of paint is dry pigment mixed with an emulsion; the egg type is not usually affected by weather & humidity
    $1600 11
Get an "A" knowing it's the hereditary nobility
    $1600 1
Alan Harper, a complete man
    $1600 6
Martin Van Buren succeeded him as president
    $1600 16
Zuo gong ji is a Chinese name for this military man's chicken dish
    $1600 8
Arkansas' official state dance is this folksy one for 4 couples
    $2000 20
This white coating, usually gypsum & glue, is used to prepare a painter's canvas
    $2000 4
This word meaning "sure to occur" often follows "bow to the"
    $2000 10
Hug it out with superagent Ari Gold
    $2000 5
In 2011 Mario Monti followed this man
    $2000 9
Zabaglione should be flavored with this fortified dessert wine named for a Sicilian city
    $2000 7
The paddlefish, Missouri's state aquatic animal, is also called this name associated with a weird mammal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Erik Carolyn
$18,200 $8,400 $13,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

One of the 2 world capitals that end in the letter "Z"; one is in Europe & one in the Americas

Final scores:

Arthur Erik Carolyn
$26,800 $0 $26,800
2-day co-champion: $64,000 2nd place: $2,000 New co-champion: $26,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Erik Carolyn
$18,200 $8,400 $13,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
0 W
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,000

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Game tape date: 2013-11-13
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