Show #6177 - Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Jay Rhee game 2.


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Scott Goldstein, a director and writer of a sketch comedy theater from Chicago, Illinois

Julianna Suchard, a mom and volunteer from Placentia, California

Jay Rhee, an oncologist from Annapolis, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
This country has coastlines on both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean
    $200 1
Steve Garvey, Fernando Valenzuela, Ron Cey (The Penguin)
    $200 16
Divine talkative plant of Exodus Chapter 3
    $200 26
In 2009 the woman pictured here ended her service to this state
    $200 6
In Arabic folklore, ghouls were spirits said to be offspring of Iblis, this religion's prince of darkness
    $200 21
Skyy &
    $400 12
Founded in 1554, this city is Brazil's industrial & financial center
    $400 2
John Paxson, Horace Grant, Scottie Pippen... I feel like we're leaving someone out
    $400 17
A cow knocking over a candle, or something really exciting
    $400 27
The politician seen here helping me out with Final Jeopardy! had served this state for more than 20 years
    $400 7
The family of this best friend of Harry Potter has a ghoul living in his attic
    $400 22
Bacardi &
    $600 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In 1860 the United Provinces of La Plata changed its name to Argentina; 21 years later, it expanded its territory by adding this region whose name comes from the Spanish for "big foot"
    $600 3
Curt Schilling, David Ortiz, Mike Myers (No way! Way!)
    $600 18
When it opened its doors as a private liberal arts institution in 1859, it was called East Alabama Male College
    $600 28
The gentleman seen here won a seat for this state in 1984
    $600 8
Edgar Allan Poe referred to ghouls in the 4th section of this poem about objects that jingle, tinkle & clang
    $600 23
Glenlivet &
Chivas Regal
    $800 14
Juliana Top, this country's highest point, was named for a Dutch Queen
    $800 4
Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Grant Fuhr, 3 of the 6 future Hall of Famers on the roster
    $800 19
The title of this TV show is what informs a spy that he has been let go
    $800 29
In 1964 the man seen here was appointed to serve this state
    $800 9
In "Attack of the Graveyard Ghouls", a book in this series, the ghouls were green mist
    $800 24
Gekkeikan &
    DD: $1,000 15
Punta PariƱas, South America's westernmost mainland point, lies in this country's Talara province
    $1000 5
Golden Richards, Billy Joe DuPree, Roger Staubach... all were offensive minded
    $1000 20
It came between Drexel & Lambert in the name of Michael Milkin's old brokerage firm
    $1000 30
In 2000 the Republican here became the first man from this state to be popularly elected 5 times to the Senate
    $1000 10
George Romero called the creatures in this 1968 flick "marauding ghouls", not zombies
    $1000 25
Hendrick's &

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

Jay Julianna Scott
$4,600 -$1,800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Julianna Scott
$9,200 -$600 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: This is the...) (...according to the U.N.)
    $400 21
The celebratory year 2011 marks 100 years since this radiant scientist's Nobel Prize for Chemistry
    $400 1
In "Kiss Me, Kate", the characters, as actors, perform this Shakespeare play at Ford's Theatre in Baltimore
    $400 22
He issued the most recent Papal bull, "Incarnationis mysterium", "The mystery of the Incarnation", in 1988
    $400 6
While director of scientific affairs for this company, Joyce Kilmer's father invented its baby powder
    $400 24
In UFO, possibly an alien craft
    $400 30
This word for "nothing" precedes "and void" to mean "not valid"
    $800 29
You exhale this gas first identified by British scientist Joseph Black in the 1750s
    $800 2
With Glenn Close starring as Norma Desmond, it opened in 1994 with the greatest advanced sales in Broadway history
    $800 23
Leo X's 1521 bull "Decet Romanum Pontificem" booted this guy out of the Catholic Church
    $800 7
The state song "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away", was written by the brother of this "Sister Carrie" author
    $800 14
    $800 26
Something that is in vain is "all for" this, from the Old English for "nothing"
    $1200 28
A chemical known as an anhydride is one that removes this from substances
    $1200 3
"Tornado Ballet", "Mean Ole Lion" & "Funky Monkeys" were songs featured in this 1975 musical
    DD: $100 19
Gregory XIII's bull of February 1582 reformed this
    $1200 8
This "Naked Lunch" author was named for his paternal grandfather, who invented the adding machine
    $1200 11
In the government department HUD
    $1200 15
In "Casablanca" Rick says, "It doesn't take much to see that the problems of three little people don't amount to" this
    DD: $100 20
Chemist Frederick Soddy came up with this term for atoms having the same nuclear charge but different masses
    $1600 4
This triple Tony-winning show bears the name of Nigerian musician Kuti
    $1600 18
John XXIII's bull of December 25, 1961 summoned the second of these
    $1600 9
This acting son of British Poet Laureate Cecil won Oscars in 1990 & 2008
    $1600 12
In the ACLU
    $1600 16
This man's "choice" is the absence of a real alternative--you take that which is offered or nothing
    $2000 27
A solid can be finely analyzed using the EELS technique, which studies energy loss in these particles
    $2000 5
When this musical was tried out before moving to Broadway, it was known as "The Princess and the Pea"
    $2000 25
Clement V's 1312 "Vox in excelso" disbanded this knightly order
    $2000 10
His father Nathaniel was a successful writer & his grandfather Robert was a noted humorist & drama critic
    $2000 13
In the committee known as HUAC
    $2000 17
In math, a solution to an equation in which the value of every variable is equal to zero is called this, like certain "pursuits"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Julianna Scott
$17,200 $6,200 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This alliterative dog breed bears the former name of an African country

Final scores:

Jay Julianna Scott
$21,601 $10,801 $21,599
2-day champion: $45,202 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jay Julianna Scott
$18,800 $6,200 $11,800
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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Game tape date: 2011-03-01
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