Show #6476 - Monday, November 12, 2012

2012-B Teachers Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Brenton Montie, a sixth grade social studies teacher from South Lyon, Michigan

Marcia Edmundson, a high school French teacher from Chesterfield, Virginia

Tina Baybay-Bykov, an AP world history teacher from Orlando, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
"Pay through the ____"
    $200 1
Born in Caracas in 1783, he's been called the "George Washington of South America"
    $200 3
A gift of a used napkin makes Sheldon Cooper of this show gasp, "I possess the DNA of Leonard Nimoy?"
    $200 11
Play in which a magician endures hardships as an exiled ruler on an island
    $200 24
Started in 1971, it's also known by its French name, Medecins sans Frontieres
    $200 8
Dr. Denton sleepers & (oo la la!) French maid sleepers are types of these
    $400 17
"An albatross around one's ____"
    $400 2
In 1703 he founded a city that served as Russia's capital until 1918
    $400 4
The joke was on Archie when Sammy Davis Jr. planted a kiss on his cheek on this show
    $400 12
It's the name of the father of the title prince of Denmark
    $400 27
Though there's not a lot of oil in Austria, this international organization has been based in Vienna since 1965
    $400 9
Fine, expensive straw of the jipijapa plant is handwoven in Ecuador, yet marketed as this type of hat
    $600 18
"Tongue in ____"
    $600 21
Known as the father of the Keystone State, he also fathered 14 children
    $600 5
This sitcom's Al Bundy got new glasses, looked at his family & around his house, then stomped the glasses
    DD: $500 13
It's the last word spoken by Richard III
    $600 28
OLPC is a learning organization standing for "One" of these computers "Per Child"
    $600 10
It's a slip-on shoe with a low-cut throat & usually a medium to high heel
    $800 19
"In the ____ of Morpheus"
    $800 22
This Borgia died in 1519 from childbirth complications, leaving behind at least 5 other kids
    $800 6
When this sitcom psychiatrist said he was dating a supermodel, no one believed him & everyone thought he was going nuts
    $800 14
In "Henry V", he's the swaggering soldier named for a weapon
    $800 29
You are getting sleepy as we tell you the Intl. Association of Youth these offers tips on suggestibility
    $800 25
In 1958 France's Societe de Bonneterie de Tergnier patented mitoufle, a brand of this sheer item for ladies' legs
    $1000 20
"An army marches on its ____"
    $1000 23
On Feb. 1, 1587 Elizabeth I reluctantly signed this royal woman's death warrant
    $1000 7
As Rev. Jim on "Taxi", this actor plays piano flawlessly, stops & says, "I must have had music lessons"
    $1000 15
Rosalind flees to the Forest of Arden in this play
    $1000 30
There's a Comoros Islands-based association for the preservation of this fish, once thought extinct
    $1000 26
Generic name for man-made fibers developed in the 1930s that are shrinkproof & wrinkle-resistant

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Tina Marcia Brenton
$200 $1,300 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tina Marcia Brenton
$2,000 $5,100 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
They're part of a jungle gym
    $400 12
A 2.0 grade point average is equivalent to this letter
    $400 21
While this bovine of the American plains has a thick beard & a hump, the true buffalo has neither
    $400 7
Thor is an Old Norse word for this weather phenomenon
    $400 1
Oklahoma's official state meal includes this, CFS for short
    $400 24
The U.K.'s Guardian said it stank when this superhero reversed Earth's rotation at the end to save Lois Lane
    $800 14
U.S. investors have over $2.7 trillion in these safe but not sexy funds
    $800 13
This numeration system that works with base 2, not 10, renders the number 2 to look like 10
    $800 22
This largest deer is also the tallest land mammal in North America, measuring about 6 feet to the shoulders
    $800 8
The Norse believed that during storms, Thor rode one of these, drawn by goats
    $800 2
When this New Orleans sandwich is made with fried oysters, it's called "the peace maker"
    $800 25
Peter Travers said this "simian" Mark Wahlberg reboot had a "lame surprise ending"
    $1200 15
A title for a well-regarded Catholic, such as a papal chaplain
    $1200 18
In "The 12 Days of Christmas", it's the gift on the second day
    $1200 23
The thorny devil lizard, which has a spiny hump, feeds entirely on this social insect & may eat 3,000 in a single meal
    $1200 9
O gods, rain fire on Marvel & Paramount for making this slimy god Thor's brother
    $1200 3
These deep-fried Mexican treats are often coated with cinnamon & sugar
    DD: $3,000 26
Slate called the last scene of this 2007 Oscar winner based on Cormac McCarthy's novel "a tacked on chunk of meaning"
    $1600 16
Slang word for a name or, especially, a nickname
    DD: $2,000 19
83, odd;
937, odd...
I guess 2 really is the only even one of these
    $1600 29
Named for its odor, it lives farther north than any other hoofed animal
    $1600 10
Brok & Sindri, members of this race, made many magic objects for Norse gods, including Thor's hammer
    $1600 4
A classic Passover breakfast is this dish, matzoh that's been soaked in water, dipped in egg & fried like French toast
    $1600 27
The Washington Post said the end of this Spielberg film about a robotic boy would bring "legendary befuddlement"
    $2000 17
I'm a big rock fan, & here's a big rock that's classified as this kind of object
    $2000 20
2 is lucky in China & in this most common Hong Kong dialect is pronounced the same way as the word for "easy"
    $2000 30
The wild species of this 2-humped camel have smaller humps & less hair than their domesticated brethren
    $2000 11
This was the name of Thor's hammer, which could return like a boomerang
    $2000 5
This Pennsylvania Dutch pastry is named for what the batter is dripped through before it's fried
    $2000 28
The New York Times said this 1956 film about a grade schooler with an evil streak had an "asinine closing-credits sequence"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tina Marcia Brenton
$6,000 $15,100 $17,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

First publicly performed in 1745, this song sometimes has its pronouns changed

Final scores:

Tina Marcia Brenton
$1,000 $20,100 $21,200
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tina Marcia Brenton
$6,000 $15,200 $15,400
10 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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Game tape date: 2012-10-01
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