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    $600 18
Women who submit to their husbands as perfect, servile spouses, like those in a 1975 horror movie
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Show #7762 - Tuesday, May 15, 2018

2018 Teachers Tournament semifinal game 2.

Contestants

Claire Bishop, a high school Latin teacher from Lexington, Kentucky

Rachel Niegelberg, an elementary school special education teacher from Trumansburg, New York

Judy Tymkiw, an 8th grade English teacher from Fortescue, New Jersey

Jeopardy! Round

I NEED A VACATION!
MUSIC
EDUCATIONAL ANAGRAMS
IT'S ONLY AN ALLUSION
MEN ON THE MOON
FROM "B" TO "Y"
    $200 1
Got my skis, but I hope I'm over my fear of heights when we make it to this nation
    $200 4
In 2018 he announced that his 3-year "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour would be his last
    $200 21
Where the magic happens:
MASS COLOR
    $200 10
A source of perpetual vigor; legend has it that Alexander the Great found one, but Ponce de Leon did not
    $200 26
Setting one of these up on a tripod, Alan Bean inadvertently pointed it at the sun & wrecked it
    $200 9
It floats; in fact, it is a float
    $400 2
There's more to this Texas city than Paseo del Rio, or the River Walk, especially in its tricentennial year of 2018
    $400 5
This "Chained To The Rhythm" singer is a judge on the 2018 version of "American Idol"
    $400 22
A document of the content to be covered:
SAYS BULL
    $400 11
A revelatory realization, it's applied to the presentation of the infant Jesus to the 3 wise men
    $400 27
John Young raced the LRV, this vehicle, through a "Grand Prix" test
    $400 12
2-word term for overdue wages
    $600 3
I can't stop dancing now that we're in Trinidad, where this style of music originated & later had steel drums added
    $600 6
The song "Remember Me" from this animated film won an Oscar for Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez
    $600 23
Test that may be the same statewide:
DAZED IN DARTS
    $600 18
Women who submit to their husbands as perfect, servile spouses, like those in a 1975 horror movie
    $600 28
He & Neil Armstrong spoke via telephone link with President Nixon
    $600 13
It describes small & round eyes
    $800 16
No more hot sauce for me after sampling the fare in Cayenne, capital of this French territory
    $800 7
Their song "Back In Black" was a tribute to lead singer Bon Scott, who had just died
    $800 24
Get this & you're licensed to teach:
ARTIFICE TONIC
    DD: $3,000 19
The name of this duo Alice meets in "Through the Looking Glass" refers to a pair so alike they're near indistinguishable
    $800 29
Last man on the moon Eugene Cernan echoed MacArthur, saying "we" these 2 words
    $800 14
If you're having this 3-word episode, you might have to explain that you're not going for a mohawk or mullet
    $1000 17
My feet hurt; there's no way I'm walking the entire length of this from Mount Hu to Jiayu Pass
    $1000 8
In a Khalid song about high school kids, these 2 title adjectives follow "Young"
    $1000 25
The concepts behind the way you teach:
MODEL HOG TOY
    $1000 20
If you have to steer between 2 terrors, they may be identified as a rock & a whirlpool, this & Charybdis
    $1000 30
Alan Shepard got in a little practice in this sport
    $1000 15
A medieval book of animals

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

Judy Rachel Claire
-$200 $5,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Rachel Claire
$1,600 $6,200 $10,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

A VIDEO GAME MENAGERIE
WORLD CAPITALS
TRIPLE RHYME TIME
BIG MOUTH
MYSTERIES & THRILLERS
THE KING'S ENGLISH
    $400 26
In 1982 Atari went up an order of magnitude from Centipede to this sequel
    $400 7
The Amstel flows under some 1,300 bridges & viaducts in this capital
    $400 12
A washed haricot vert
    $400 17
The Dragon's Mouth is the name of a strait that separates the island of Trinidad from this continent
    $400 2
Strange deaths in a London park command the attention of this police force in 2017's "Garden of Lamentations"
    $400 6
This English king roared into the world in Oxford in 1157
    $800 27
Bad Piggies is a spin-off of this popular mobile game
    $800 8
You want pyramids, we got pyramids! Come to Teotihuacan near this capital & see the Pyramid of the Sun
    $800 22
Chubby flying mammals are having a little fight
    $800 18
The French surely love 1967's "The Big Mouth", with goofy antics involving this actor chased by gangsters
    $800 13
In Elizabeth Kostova's "The Historian", a young woman discovers she may be a descendant of this infamous Romanian
    $800 5
The first English king of this name was born in Yorkshire in 1069; there would be VII more
    $1200 30
On PlayStation Crash is a genetically mutated type of this mouselike marsupial
    $1200 9
Rent yourself a van in Yerevan, this country's capital, then shoot through Turkey to the Black Sea
    $1200 23
The bag into which the very dark commemorative tablet goes
    $1200 19
The basking variety of this creature can grow to 50 feet long & open its mouth a yard wide
    $1200 14
A.J. Finn's "The Woman in" this was inspired by watching a movie in which Jimmy Stewart spies on his neighbors
    $1200 1
Born in The Hague, this future king married his English cousin Mary in 1677
    $1600 29
If you aren't careful, these title rodents will march to their deaths in a 1990s computer game
    DD: $2,500 10
You need to use 2 hyphens when spelling the name of this Caribbean capital founded in 1749
    $1600 24
The mother in a movie about a guy & a girl overcoming obstacles to end up together
    $1600 20
This song by The Smiths says, "Sweetness, I was only joking when I said / I'd like to smash every tooth in your head"
    $1600 15
Anne Hillerman continues dad Tony's series about cops of this Southwest nation in books like "Song of the Lion"
    DD: $2,000 3
The third English king of this name was the first born in England; the first 2 were born in Lower Saxony
    $2000 28
In addition to the people type, you must face zombie dogs in this game, called "Biohazard" in Japan
    $2000 11
At the foot of the Elburz Mountains lies this capital whose name you can spell with or without an "E" in the middle
    $2000 25
Non-alcoholic lager produced aboard the Russian space station
    $2000 21
The frog-mouth helmet was primarily used by knights in these events, not on the battlefield
    $2000 16
"The Thin Man" by this author is about a former detective & his rich wife solving a murder amid high society
    $2000 4
He came to the throne in 978 around age 10; you could say he wasn't prepared for the job

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Rachel Claire
$7,600 $15,900 $16,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.N. LANGUAGES
Of the 6 official U.N. languages, it's the one that is written in a cursive form only

Final scores:

Judy Rachel Claire
$15,200 $25,900 $31,801
3rd place: $10,000 2nd place: $10,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Judy Rachel Claire
$9,600 $15,000 $13,800
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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