Show #6607 - Tuesday, May 14, 2013

2013 College Championship semifinal game 2.


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Jed Silver, a senior at Tufts University from the Bronx, New York

Cindy Cammarn, a junior at Bowdoin College from Charlotte, North Carolina

Kristen Jolley, a senior at the Georgia Institute of Technology from Alpharetta, Georgia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
This tennis star's line of gummy candies is called Sugarpova
    $200 1
In 2010 the U. of Idaho celebrated the 100th birthday of chemist Malcolm Renfrew, holder of this type of professorship
    $200 5
It's the longest river in the world that flows mainly from south to north
    $200 21
"The snack that smiles back", this kids' favorite from Pepperidge Farm comes in pizza & Parmesan flavors as well as Cheddar
    $200 8
"Every" one of these, whether photo or painting, "tells a story"
    $200 26
Yogis can bear all kinds of problems if they've mastered pranayama, or control of this, especially the deep type
    $400 9
According to Forbes, this man born in east London is the world's highest-earning soccer player
    $400 2
Professor Asaph Hall, who discovered Deimos & Phobos, taught math & this at Harvard
    $400 12
It's the closest of the other continents to Antarctica
    $400 22
As well as the traditional type, Manischewitz also makes this unleavened bread in the form of smaller crackers
    $400 17
"Little" these "have big ears"
    $400 27
A hatha yogi must bear a posture known as the padmasana, which emulates this flower
    $600 10
In 2013 the marriage of Scottish auto racer Dario Franchitti & this actress spun out & hit the wall
    $600 3
This "Do the Right Thing" filmmaker teaches directing at NYU
    DD: $1,000 14
They're the 2 large peninsulas that nearly enclose the Gulf of Mexico
    $600 23
Since 1934 we've been finding new toppings for "Putting on" these round classics
    $600 18
This "corrupts"; "absolute" this "corrupts absolutely"
    $600 28
Your yogi may bear a tilak, a mark usually made on this body part
    $800 11
This Fijian golfer's first name means "victory" in Hindi
    $800 6
As Bill Ayers was in a '60s radical group called this, maybe he forecast later being an Illinois education professor
    $800 15
This strait named for an island connects the South China Sea with the East China Sea
    $800 24
Keebler bills Town House Flipsides as buttery crackers with the added taste of this salty snack
    $800 19
This "makes strange bedfellows"
    $800 29
The yogi bears with dignity his robe of this primary color, like Buddha wore in "Siddhartha"
    $1000 13
Nicknamed "Geno", this Pittsburgh Penguins center led the NHL with 109 points in the 2011-12 season
    $1000 7
This radical professor & "People's" historian died aged 87 in 2010
    $1000 16
In the trio of nations seen here, this one is the northernmost
    $1000 25
Despite their name, these teensy crackers contain no shellfish
    $1000 20
"He who pays" this person "calls the tune"
    $1000 30
The kanphata yogi bears the will of this god whose third eye can bring destruction

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kristen Cindy Jed
$800 $1,200 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristen Cindy Jed
$2,600 $2,600 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I'm going to give you the lyric, you identify the artist who came out with the song.)
    $400 18
In July 1789 Congress created this first cabinet department; Thomas Jefferson was selected to head it
    $400 11
It's the set of triggered federal spending cuts that went into effect March 1, 2013
    $400 13
In Act II this character says, "Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love"
    $400 26
An outer decorative edge, or the official dividing line between 2 countries
    $400 2
Cytokinesis is the money part of this asexual process by which amoebas reproduce
    $400 1
"I'm Slim Shady, yes I'm the real Shady, all you other Slim Shadys are just imitating, so won't the real Slim Shady please stand up?"
    $800 21
In 1795 in Chapel Hill it became the first state university to admit students
    $800 12
A "drawdown" is usually of troops, like the 34,000 coming home from this country between early 2013 & '14
    $800 14
It's no mistake: this early gagfest is set in Ephesus
    $800 20
A classic syllogism concludes "Socrates is" this absolute, proved true in 399 B.C.
    $800 3
Also called thrombocytes, these disklike cell fragments are important in the clotting process
    $800 7
In "Who Am I?": "Bow wow wow, yippee yo, yippie yay, bow wow wow yippie yo (the bomb)"
    $1200 25
In 1790 Dobson's Encyclopaedia, the American version of this, began printing, taking 7 years to complete
    $1200 23
2013 brought the first of these powwows of cardinals in 8 years
    $1200 15
Baptista's daughters are Kate & her
    $1200 19
A collision between 2 objects; an athlete who helps his team is called that type of "player"
    $1200 4
Whether dominant or recessive, different forms of the same gene are called these
    $1200 8
In "Gold Digger": "Cutie the bomb, met her at a beauty salon, with a baby Louis Vuitton under her underarm"
    DD: $2,000 27
In this 1797 affair French agents demanded the U.S. loan France $10 million before our diplomats could meet Talleyrand
    $1600 29
Those who oppose a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants call it this type of collective pardon
    $1600 16
We never tire of this Prince of Tyre
    $1600 22
An electrician on the set of a TV show
    DD: $3,000 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us an image of several cells with many green items inside them.) The green pigment necessary for photosynthesis is contained in these bodies within a plant's cells
    $1600 9
"Don't call it a comeback, I been here for years, rockin' my peers & puttin' suckas in fear... Mama said knock you out"
    $2000 28
This 1786-1787 rebellion of debtor farmers in Massachusetts was named for its leader
    $2000 30
Change the last syllable in "thunderstorm" to get this weather event that hit the Great Plains in winter 2013
    $2000 17
Son of a gun! Pistol is married to this mistress (perhaps swiftly) in "Henry V"
    $2000 24
The name of this cold region is from the Greek for "of the bear"
    $2000 6
Red tide is caused by a proliferation of these 15-letter aquatic organisms
    $2000 10
"Your mom busted in & said, 'What's that noise?' Aw Mom, you're just jealous, it's" them

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristen Cindy Jed
$9,200 $8,600 $7,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Because Internet censors block mentions of this 1989 date, Chinese bloggers write it as "535"

Final scores:

Kristen Cindy Jed
$7,401 $1 $5,599
Finalist 3rd place: $10,000 2nd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristen Cindy Jed
$7,800 $10,600 $8,400
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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Game tape date: 2013-04-09
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