Show #6529 - Thursday, January 24, 2013

Joshua Brakhage game 2.


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Waymond Mitchell, a quotation specialist from Houston, Texas

Zora Shinn, a retired attorney from Solvang, California

Joshua Brakhage, a TV news producer originally from South Coffeyville, Oklahoma (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,006)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response contains more vowels than consonants.)
    $200 22
This "mad" patchwork quilt is made from irregular or scrap pieces sewn in no particular pattern or design
    $200 16
This first signer of the Declaration of Independence has his name on several towns & a Boston Univ. student village
    $200 1
This twisty candy was used to make the shoe Charlie Chaplin ate in "The Gold Rush"
    $200 11
Born in a slum, he was admitted to the University of Copenhagen in 1828; his first book of fairy tales came 7 years later
    $200 6
She began wearing glasses in 1985; that didn't stop her from being the world's number one tennis player that year and in '86
    $200 21
If you "paddle your own" this transport, you manage independently
    $400 23
The 19th-century style of quilt named for this Maryland city can fetch 6-figure sums at auctions today
    $400 17
J. Strom Thurmond lake lies on the border of Georgia & this state represented by Senator Thurmond for 48 years
    $400 2
In Lombardy this layered dish is a Christmastime specialty, with the sheets of pasta symbolizing Jesus' swaddling clothes
    $400 12
The 8th child of sharecroppers & a writer of "purple" prose, she was blinded in one eye in a childhood accident
    $400 7
The Nike-designed eyewear of Amare Stoudemire, now of this team, survived tests including a 90-mph squash ball
    $400 25
Aloha! This 4-stringed instrument is related to the guitar
    $600 24
This layer inside a quilt that provides thickness & warmth sounds like an activity for Josh Hamilton
    DD: $800 18
Alamo is the seat of the Tennessee county named for this frontiersman and Congressman
    $600 3
To prepare this Thermidor style, mix the meat with a Béchamel sauce & spoon it back into the shells
    $600 13
In 1994 Candace Bushnell created a column called this; in '95, it was sold as a book; then in '96, to HBO
    $600 8
Aided by 20/10 vision, this Red Sox "splendid splinter" won the 1958 batting title at age 40
    $600 26
When it's midnight at this small, fertile desert area with a well, send your camel to bed
    $800 29
These social gatherings where women would make quilts together were a popular feature of frontier life
    $800 19
The last U.S. president to have a county named for him (in N.M.), he may be best known for the Teapot Dome scandal
    $800 4
Delicate sponge cake in the shape of a digit
    $800 14
His volunteering to take mind-altering drugs as a test subject at a hospital led to a 1962 novel, his best-known work
    $800 9
Saying he'd be considered legally blind without specs, this golfer got LASIK in 1999, then--natch--won the Disney Classic
    $800 27
It now means rules of social behavior; in French it meant a posting of military orders
    $1000 30
Quilts may be pieced, where shapes are cut & sewn together, or this, where cut pieces are sewn to a background
    $1000 20
This 5'4" "Little Giant" who debated Abraham Lincoln has an 11,300' mountain named for him in Montana
    $1000 5
Make sure you have plenty of schmear to go with this brand of bagels that went frozen in 1962
    $1000 15
This author who said welcome to "The Jungle" organized the epic (end poverty in Calif.) movement in the 1930s
    $1000 10
On April 18, 1956 Ed Rommel became the first man with this job to wear eyeglasses during work
    $1000 28
Propeller is one type of this skullcap

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

Joshua Zora Waymond
$4,000 $800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joshua Zora Waymond
$6,000 $2,400 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
The building of this arena was begun by Vespasian around 70 A.D. & finished by his son Titus in 80
    $400 11
Used car sellers beware--rolling back this instrument to show lower mileage is illegal
    $400 22
David Livingstone sighted these falls on Nov. 16, 1855 & named them for the monarch
    $400 1
"Riders On The Storm" was the last song this Doors vocalist ever recorded; he died in Paris a few months later
    $400 12
Between the vertebrae are these, which are mostly fibrocartilage & act as shock absorbers
    $400 14
To increase rapidly is to "grow by" this 3-word phrase
    $800 7
Organized by Augustus in 6 A.D., the Vigiles were a group of these, who might have helped when Nero took over
    $800 13
A doctor uses a cardiotachometer to record & time this
    $800 23
Entering the valley of this national park, you may fall in love with Bridalveil Fall
    $800 2
"The answer, my friend", is this No. 2 Peter, Paul & Mary song written by Bob Dylan
    $800 27
It's Latin for "of the back" & follows latissimus in the name of the broadest muscles of the back
    $800 15
To exist in plenty
    $1200 8
He was Julius Caesar's wingman, leading the left wing of Caesar's troops in the Battle of Pharsalus
    $1200 19
This instrument of torture consisted of a human-sized case in the form of a woman & studded with sharp spikes
    $1200 24
You can take an elevator to the base of this waterfall to visit the Cave of the Winds, which is behind it
    $1200 3
John Fogerty wrote this group's protest song "Who'll Stop The Rain"
    $1200 28
SBA is short for this association that helps those with a certain neural tube defect, the SB in its name
    $1200 16
After a breakup, you're "on" this
    $1600 9
In 321 A.D. this emperor declared Sunday the legal day of rest & religious worship
    $1600 20
A nephograph is an instrument for photographing these in the sky
    DD: $2,000 25
Ironically, it leaps from a plateau whose name means "devil's mountain"
    $1600 4
In this 1963 hit Martha & the Vandellas sang, "Whenever I'm with him something inside starts to burning"
    $1600 29
The wearing of a brace & surgery are possible treatments for this common lateral curvature of the spine
    $1600 17
A rogue or cad
    $2000 10
In 212 this emperor known for his baths extended Roman citizenship to all free persons of the empire
    DD: $5,000 21
This instrument that records respiratory movements shares its name with a classic drawing kit
    $2000 26
A spectacular group of waterfalls in Norway has this numerical name, like the Pleiades
    $2000 5
In 1970 Anne Murray told it to "spread your tiny wings & fly away"
    $2000 18
2012 marks the golden anniversary of the U.S. branch of this outdoor education program

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joshua Zora Waymond
$10,000 $16,000 $5,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

When this city hosted the XIV Winter Olympics, it was located in a different nation than today

Final scores:

Joshua Zora Waymond
$20,000 $11,900 $10,400
2-day champion: $40,006 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joshua Zora Waymond
$10,000 $16,800 $9,800
19 R,
2 W
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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Game tape date: 2012-10-23
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