Show #6540 - Friday, February 8, 2013

2013 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.


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Nilai Sarda, a freshman from Marietta, Georgia

Emily Greenberg, a senior from Westport, Connecticut

Leonard Cooper, a senior from Little Rock, Arkansas

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
She's added to her accomplishments with "Modelland", a novel for young adults
    $200 4
Keira Knightley & Jonathan Rhys Meyers in this soccer flick
    $200 2
A 300-mile-long mass of pumice found floating in the Pacific in 2012 was spewed up by an undersea one of these
    $200 21
Hey, Latin student, get moving, because "tempus fugit"--this "flies"
    $200 13
-3 x 7 x -3
    $200 3
A seller of meat; it's also a verb meaning to bungle
    $400 18
In 1857 the Supreme Court ruled that, as a slave, he was not a citizen & therefore not entitled to sue in federal court
    $400 5
Chris Hemsworth as the hammering hero, Anthony Hopkins as some old god
    $400 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates the clue.) It would seem that blowing into the bottle would force the paper ball inside; however, the fast-moving air goes past the paper & hits the bottom of the bottle, increasing this 8-letter term inside, & forces the paper out
    $400 22
In Hebrew Shabbat is this special day
    $400 12
104, expressed as an integer
    $400 14
This bank employee has been automated, thus the abbreviation ATM
    DD: $2,000 19
Crispus Attucks, called the first American to die for independence, was killed in this 1770 incident
    $600 16
Shia LaBeouf & Carrie-Anne Moss in this thriller about suburbia
    $600 26
Named for Bob Marley, the Gnathia marleyi crustacean lives on coral reefs in this sea
    $600 23
In Rome, don't throw the "bambino", this, out with the bath water
    $600 11
2/3 x 3/8, reduced to its simplest form
    $600 28
Mark 6:3 says Jesus is one of these
    $800 8
8 years before she won Olympic gold, this gymnast was a 2004 Virginia State champion
    $800 15
Michael Cera & Kat Dennings as this duo with an "Infinite Playlist"
    $800 6
Researchers at NC State are equipping these household insect pests with mini-transmitters for eventual use in disaster zones
    $800 24
When writing in French I use my "nom de plume", this
    $800 9
5a x 5b x a
    $800 29
One whose living revolves around making thread, whether she's an old maid or not
    $1000 20
(Kareem Abdul-Jabbar presents the clue.) In 1893 internal surgery was rare--most patients died of infection--but that year Dr. Daniel Hale Williams used antiseptic methods during one of the first successful open-heart surgeries suturing this sac around the heart
    $1000 17
Patrick Swayze & Jennifer Grey in this '80s movie
    $1000 7
Microbes feeding on an ancient Antarctic forest may be generating billions of tons of this greenhouse gas, CH4
    $1000 25
In Germany it's how you say "thank you very much" for that second helping of spargel
    $1000 10
1.1 x 2.2
    $1000 30
At this job of making candy, Ted's a pro, though his job title starts with the opposite of "pro"

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

Leonard Emily Nilai
$1,600 $1,200 $5,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leonard Emily Nilai
$6,000 $1,200 $9,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
Check out the November 1989 destruction of this European landmark
    $400 17
Usher & Alicia Keys:
"I know we haven't seen each other in a while, but you will always be my" this
    $400 30
In 2012 museums in Houston & Seattle hosted an exhibition of this "Golden King and the Great Pharaohs"
    $400 1
In a novel by Stephen Chbosky, Charlie tells "The Perks Of Being" this type of shy person at the side of a dance
    $400 11
The latest in wrist candy, like a cuff-style one of these
    $400 6
To rouse someone from sleep, or a vigil over someone unrouseable
    $800 23
On Sept. 21, 1931 Herbert Hoover faces the obvious & says, "The world is passing through a Great" one of these
    $800 18
Frank Sinatra:
"If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere, it's up to you" here
    $800 29
See for yourself--in 2012 this Space Shuttle found a new home at the Smithsonian's Air & Space Museum
    $800 2
Hester Prynne is forced to wear the title symbol in this Hawthorne classic
    $800 12
A pair of riding these from Johnston & Murphy
    $800 7
Term for a German emperor
    $1200 25
The statue of this man topples just as he does, along with his regime in April 2003
    $1200 14
Katy Perry:
"In another life I would make you stay so I don't have to say you were" this title
    $1200 28
A god rose from the sea... or a 460 B.C. statue of one did, & it's at this capital's Natl. Archaeological Museum
    $1200 3
The full title of a novella by Robert Louis Stevenson is "The Strange Case of" this pair
    $1200 13
Jeans "washed" in this liquid, a style that was big in the '80s, have been seen on stars like Rihanna
    $1200 8
Ardently devoted or diligent
    $1600 24
Glub glub goes this ship in December 1862, 9 months after surviving a Merrimack attack
    $1600 19
The White Stripes:
"I'm gonna fight 'em off," this military group "couldn't hold me back"
    DD: $2,000 26
The Prado in this country is home to one of the world's finest art collections
    DD: $2,000 4
John Green riffed on a line from "Julius Caesar" for the title of this novel about 2 teens with cancer who fall in love
    $1600 15
This type of material made by joining layers of cloth together for warmth, maybe in a jacket
    $1600 9
8-letter term for a nomad
    $2000 22
Around 11 A.M. on Oct. 25, 1854 Lord Cardigan leads this attack that's less successful than a poem it inspired
    $2000 21
Metallica: "What I've known, never shined through in what I've shown, never free, never me, so I dub thee" this
    $2000 27
Step back in time at the oldest store museum in this Florida city founded in 1565
    $2000 5
Ransom Riggs blends fiction & photography in this Miss' "Home For Peculiar Children"
    $2000 16
Big sunglasses, platform shoes--you're rocking this look named for a 4-letter style of '70s rock
    $2000 10
The noun you "take" when you feel offended

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leonard Emily Nilai
$15,200 $18,400 $16,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Recently in the news, this agency traces its origins to an 1803 act helping Portsmouth, N.H. after a fire

Final scores:

Leonard Emily Nilai
$30,200 $24,400 $30,400
2nd place: wildcard finalist 3rd place: $10,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leonard Emily Nilai
$15,200 $18,000 $14,400
18 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $47,600

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Game tape date: 2012-11-20
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