Show #6218 - Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Joon Pahk game 3.


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Daniel Okobi, Jr., a medical student from Freeport, New York

Katie Baker, a staffer for a political organization originally from Mount Vernon, Ohio

Joon Pahk, a college physics teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $79,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally we want you to name the play in...)
    $200 25
I swear I saw Dag Hammarskjold in Times Square; he's the top man in this nearby organization
    $200 6
A rug with a thick pile, or to chase & catch fly balls
    $200 1
Actress Jennifer Hewitt
    $200 11
Unfortunately for the Mets, on September 28, 2008, the Marlins beat them 4-2 in the last game played here
    $200 30
One reference to Yom Kippur is found in Leviticus 23, which calls for a "day of" this
    $200 20
Polonius, Act II, Scene i:
"Wherefore should you do this?"
    $400 26
Going to Cannes? Make sure you've got plenty of these, made the monetary unit over there in 1795
    $400 7
This negative verb is found in "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow"
    $400 2
The Romantic Percy Shelley
    $400 12
Prior to becoming the New England Patriots, the Boston Patriots played their home games at this ballpark
    $400 18
The Kol Nidre, an introductory prayer of Yom Kippur eve, is traditionally sung in this language of Jesus
    $400 21
Ariel, Act I, Scene ii:
    $600 27
I'm looking forward to lots more books from this author; "Music for Chameleons" won't be the last
    $600 8
An eft is the juvenile terrestrial stage of this amphibian
    $600 3
Fur magnate & dynasty founder John Astor
    $600 13
John L. Sullivan was the first heavyweight champ to box in this original venue; in 1971, Joe Frazier beat Ali there
    $600 17
Traditional Rosh Hashanah foods include this fruit, with the hope that one's merits increase in number to match its seeds
    $600 22
Second Capulet, Act I, Scene v:
"His son is thirty"
    $800 28
This "comp"any gave the first e-mail capability for PC users, & they'll rule the Internet for decades
    $800 9
The name of this central part of a church comes from the Latin for "ship", a reference to its shape
    $800 4
Abolitionist William Garrison
    $800 14
It's hosted 2 Olympic Games, 2 Super Bowls & one World Series; it's also home to the USC Trojans
    $800 16
Teruah, meant to sound like sobbing, is one type of blast on this, a ram's horn
    $800 23
Goneril, Act II, Scene iv:
"At your choice, sir"
    $1000 29
I'm excited about this political magazine with Cindy Crawford as Washington on its first cover
    $1000 10
This powerful engine from Dodge gets its name from the half-sphere shape of the combustion chamber
    $1000 5
Tell Peter Tchaikovsky the news
    DD: $2,400 19
In the beginning this team iced the puck at the Border Cities Arena in Windsor, Ontario; then for 50 years at Olympia Stadium
    $1000 15
In ancient times on Yom Kippur, a priest laid the sins of the people upon an animal, leading to this term
    $1000 24
Cassio, Act I, Scene ii:
"To who?"

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

Joon Katie Daniel
$2,000 $800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joon Katie Daniel
$4,800 $600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
I have teriyaki steak prepared just for me at my table in this restaurant founded by Rocky Aoki
    $400 5
Russian is an official language of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan & this nation once known as Byelorussia
    $400 29
"Oh daddy dear you know you're still number one", sang Cyndi Lauper in this 1984 hit
    $400 19
Fairbanks hosts one of the world's biggest competitions in sculpting this material
    $400 24
"Fancy Free" follows 3 of these on leave in New York City
    $400 3
Keats' ode to this bird begins, "My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains my sense"
    $800 17
All by itself, the calla this makes a nice bouquet--oh, I shouldn't have
    $800 9
This Chinese tongue is spoken by more than a billion people
    $800 25
Van Morrison wistfully recalled "Makin' love in the green grass, behind the stadium with you, my" this title female
    $800 21
Like Tallahassee, Florida, Alaska's capital of Juneau is located in a strip of land called this
    $800 23
Princess Aurora's christening is in the prologue of this ballet
    $800 4
It's the branch of science that specializes in the kidney
    $1200 18
Safe rock climbing requires a partner; rockhounding, also called this, I can do solo
    $1200 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map of Africa on the monitor.) With around 180 million speakers worldwide, it's the official language of eight countries, including the five former European colonies highlighted here
    $1200 20
This single-named singer, a girl from Barbados, had a No. 1 hit in 2010 with "Only Girl (In The World)"
    $1200 22
This city on an island now better known for a type of grizzly bear was the capital of Russian Alaska
    $1200 15
Nijinsky's choreography & Stravinsky's score caused a riot at the 1913 premiere of this ballet
    $1200 6
It's an 11-letter synonym for "hell"
    $1600 26
On a night of this Afro-Cuban-based dancing, I specialize in solos, called "shines"
    DD: $3,000 13
Frisian, a Germanic language, is spoken in 3 areas, each with its own dialect, along the coast of this sea
    $1600 1
In 1983 Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney duetted, "Don't waste your time, because the doggone" this
    $1600 28
"Alaska" means "mainland" in the language of these natives who gave their name to a long Alaskan island chain
    DD: $5,000 11
This ballet choreographed by Agnes de Mille is subtitled "The Courting at Burnt Ranch"
    $1600 7
This male first name is from the Hebrew for "gift of God"
    $2000 27
I like to take me for a ride in my Cri-cri, a one-seat type of this, 13 feet long
    $2000 14
The Colorado language is spoken by around 2,000 in the jungle west of this capital of Ecuador
    $2000 2
Appropriately, the 2011 film "Rio" featured the 1960s hit about "The Girl From" this place
    $2000 30
Alaska's major river system, it flows in from that big Canadian territory next door
    $2000 12
Adolphe Adam's masterpiece is the music for this 1841 ballet in which the title girl emerges from her grave to dance
    $2000 8
This soft white cheese with a French name is similar to cream cheese

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joon Katie Daniel
$16,600 $16,400 $2,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He gave his horse a name that partly means "nag" in Spanish; the name he gave himself refers to a piece of armor

Final scores:

Joon Katie Daniel
$33,100 $21,400 $3,800
3-day champion: $112,700 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joon Katie Daniel
$22,000 $13,000 $2,200
28 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2011-08-24
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