Show #6208 - Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Justin Sausville game 5.


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Beth Hermann, a school receptionist from Melbourne, Florida

Patrick Sweaney, a dairy machine operator from Omaha, Nebraska

Justin Sausville, a urologist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $101,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will have three "E"s in it.)
(Alex: And then, we have something that you should be familiar with...)
(Alex: Ken Jennings' famous line from last year's special tournament.)
    $200 11
In this epic poem about leaving heaven, John Milton created Pandemonium, the capital of Hell
    $200 1
Olivia Newton-John:
"I ____ Love You"
    $200 6
This dressing meaning "little vinegar" looks positively slimming on you
    $200 16
A person who's busy on Election Day might cast his vote this way
    $200 17
"From her beacon-hand glows world-wide welcome" is part of a poem found on a plaque at this landmark
    $200 26
In 2008 an IBM supercomputer named for this speedy state bird broke the 1 petaflop barrier--that's really fast
    $400 12
A book by him begins, "'The signora had no business to do it... she promised us south rooms with a view"'
    $400 2
Cee Lo Green:
"____ You" (the radio version, please)
    $400 7
There are just 35 fat calories in a 2 tbsp. serving of this actor's own Lighten Up Honey Mustard Dressing
    $400 21
Put the pedal to the metal & increase your speed
    $400 18
"Willkommen" is the first song in this Broadway musical
    $400 27
Most modern supercomputers run on this operating system developed by Linus Torvalds
    $600 13
His wife Charlotte was the inspiration for "Amelia" & for Sophia in "Tom Jones"
    $600 3
Salt-N-Pepa with En Vogue:
"Whatta ____"
    $600 8
Zut alors! One ounce of this "national" dressing at Sizzler has 12 grams of fat!
    $600 22
The transitional teenage years between puberty & adulthood
    $600 19
In 1992 this author launched his "Goosebumps" series with "Welcome to Dead House"
    $600 28
In 1998 Deep Crack, designed for this science from the Greek for "hidden writing", broke the standard U.S. data cipher
    $800 14
In a George Eliot novel, the Tullivers owned a mill on this river
    $800 4
Cyndi Lauper:
"She ____"
    $800 9
Git along to the gym, little dogie! If you saddle up 2 tbsp. of Kraft's buttermilk this, you've roped in 140 fat calories
    $800 23
It's a right held by one property owner to make use of the land of another for a limited purpose
    $800 20
At a Seder dinner, a ceremonial cup of wine is left for this prophet; a door is opened to welcome him, too
    $800 29
Thinking Machines Corp. pioneered this processing --as the geometric name indicates, many processors work side by side
    DD: $1,500 15
A line in this 1954 novel reads, "Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man's heart"
    $1000 5
    $1000 10
A Rachael Ray recipe for this "colorful" dairy dressing calls for 1/2 cup heavy cream & 1/2 cup sour cream
    $1000 24
This portion of the brain coordinates voluntary movements & balance
    $1000 25
Altars called ofrendas, with flowers & sweets, welcome back souls on this Mexican holiday in November

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

Justin Patrick Beth
$1,500 $1,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Patrick Beth
$4,700 $2,200 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And, from Money magazine's list...)
    $400 6
China, 1900:
"Fighters" versus foreigners & Christians
    $400 16
He munched his first carrot in the 1940 Tex Avery cartoon "A Wild Hare"
    $400 20
You might enjoy an orange juice & champagne cocktail while sitting under this tree of the same name
    $400 1
This word for an inclined trough is paired with "Ladders" in the name of a board game
    $400 11
A lepidopterist
    $400 26
Tops on the list is Louisville in Boulder County in this state, not Kentucky--low crime, good jobs & Rockies skiing
    $800 7
Pennsylvania, 1794:
The feds versus farmers over a tax on liquor
    $800 17
In commercials the silly rabbit does manage to pronounce this cereal "abso-fruitalicious"
    $800 21
This type of aspen derives its name from the way its stalks & leaves rustle in the wind
    $800 2
Smokestack is a synonym for this, from which smoke escapes
    $800 12
An aerophilatelist
    $800 27
Cozy Sharon in this northeast state's Norfolk County is teeming with history: a church there has a Paul Revere bell
    $1200 8
Ulster & Wexford, 1798:
One of many called by this national adjective
    $1200 18
Michael Sheen, known for playing Tony Blair, voiced this creature in 2010's "Alice in Wonderland"
    DD: $2,500 22
Brought over from Australia, blue gum is the USA's most common variety of this tree
    $1200 3
This radicchio relative can be dried, roasted & used as a substitute for coffee
    $1200 13
A sucrologist
    $1200 28
Mukilteo in this state is in good economic shape & has location, location, location--right on Puget Sound
    $1600 9
Virginia, 1676:
A "hammy" colonist & his followers versus natives & the governor
    $1600 19
As Elwood P. Dowd, Jimmy Stewart calls this rabbit companion a "pooka"
    $1600 24
As seen in the picture, these majestic trees of the South are commonly covered with Spanish moss
    $1600 4
The name of this upscale casino game is French for "railroad", from the speed of the game
    $1600 14
A helixophile--these wine-drinking accessories
    $1600 29
The Cuyahoga County city of Solon in this state boasts its own orchestra, a large tax base & great schools
    $2000 10
New England, 1786-87:
A former soldier & 1,200 followers versus taxes & foreclosures
    $2000 23
This "rabbit" is in the title of a movie with Wallace & Gromit
    $2000 25
Acer rubrum is the scientific name for this colorful state tree of Rhode Island
    DD: $2,000 5
In heraldry it's a design shaped like an upside-down V
    $2000 15
A phillumenist--these smoking aids
    $2000 30
Victorian homes line the New Hampshire hamlet of Hanover that benefits from its proximity to this Ivy League school

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Patrick Beth
$16,000 $11,800 $4,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The most recent father & daughter to win acting Oscars: he won for playing a veteran, she for playing a mental patient

Final scores:

Justin Patrick Beth
$16,000 $0 $8,799
5-day champion: $117,201 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin Patrick Beth
$16,200 $11,800 $4,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2011-08-02
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