Show #6632 - Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Andrew Moore game 2.


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Eugene Chuang, a structural engineer from Boston, Massachusetts

Robin Raffer, a picture researcher from Brooklyn, New York

Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: For instance, instead of coming up with "What is A Knight's Tale?" the correct response would be "What is A Knight's Table?", adding one letter.)
(And those 3 letters--"T-H-E"--will come at the end of each correct response.)
    $200 28
Chapters in this Ian Fleming book include "The Odd-Job Man" & "The Richest Man in History"
    $200 29
This brand's Fusion Proglide is the "official shave of the NFL"
    $200 17
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Luke Skywalker needs Compound W
    $200 16
In Syria on May 6 he became the first pope to enter a mosque, calling for brotherhood between Christians & Muslims
    $200 26
To calm
    $400 19
In "Golden: A Retelling of" this fairy tale girl, she's bald, quite the opposite of what we're used to
    $400 27
Can't handle the intensity of this original antiseptic mouthwash? Try the cool mint or freshburst flavors
    $400 23
Doing some blind tooling? You're probably making impressions in this material with hot tools, maybe on a book cover
    $400 24
Kathryn Bigelow directs the decade-long hunt for something to drink--mouths are dry in Afghanistan
    $400 15
Introducing this, Apple said it was "miles ahead of every other jukebox application"
    $400 25
To respire
    $600 12
The 1843 mystery "The Gold-Bug" won him a $100 prize from a Philadelphia newspaper
    $600 6
These adhesive items from Johnson & Johnson first appeared in 1920; they were 3 inches wide & 18 inches long
    $600 22
Named for its gauzy appearance, point de gaze is a type of this fabric developed in 19th c. Belgium
    $600 9
At the end of a trilogy, Batman fights Bane while getting the shampoo out of his hair
    $600 4
Exactly 3 months before 9/11, this Oklahoma City bomber was executed
    $600 2
To lave
    $800 13
John Steinbeck's first novel, "Cup of Gold", is about this buccaneer knighted in 1674
    $800 7
The logo of this line of men's toiletries is seen here
    $800 21
This name for the repetitive work seen here sounds like the worrying you might do about the artist's eyestrain
    $800 10
Tony Stark builds a metal suit that makes his every word sardonic
    DD: $1,400 5
On January 20, he administered the oath of office to George W. Bush
    $800 1
Grim reaper-y agricultural implement
    $1000 18
Laura & Almanzo Wilder find love in the 19th century in "These Happy Golden Years", part of this series
    $1000 8
During WWII the U.S. government gave American soldiers tubes of this lip balm
    $1000 20
"The Lady and the Unicorn" is a 6-paneled one of these that once hung in the castle of Boussac
    $1000 11
1969 & 2010:
Rooster Cogburn helps a girl track down her father's killer & swindles folks out of money
    $1000 14
In 2001 this orbiting lab completed its space odyssey that began with its launch in 1986
    $1000 3
Wormwoody liquor

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

Andrew Robin Eugene
$5,000 -$800 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Robin Eugene
$8,400 $800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with a "K".)
    $400 28
The Lun-Yu, or "Analects", is considered the most reliable source of this philosopher's teachings
    $400 13
Prior to being shot by a sniper, Union general John Sedgwick said, "They couldn't hit" this pachyderm "at this distance"
    $400 1
The most honored show in Tony history is this 2001 Mel Brooks musical that won in 12 categories
    $400 21
An apartment building with exactly 3 units
    $400 24
I've still got my Johnny Gilbert Greatest Hits in this tape format from 1965, but try to find a machine to play it
    $800 25
Be strong & don't complain when I tell you little survives of the works of Panaetius, who brought this -ism to Rome
    $800 16
"I can anticipate no greater calamity for the country than a dissolution of the Union", wrote this Virginian
    $800 2
This musical's original Broadway cast featured Barry Bostwick as Danny Zuko & Adrienne Barbeau as Betty Rizzo
    DD: $4,000 27
In 1990-1991, Iraq's army damaged many of this Arab capital's buildings, & forced many of its citizens to flee
    $800 6
There are newer interstates now, but you can still "get your kicks on" parts of this road sung about by Nat King Cole
    $1200 4
Medieval thinkers wondered how god could be this, meaning "being everywhere", if he's not even material
    $1200 15
Known for his "Charge" at Gettysburg, he was relieved of his command days prior to Appomattox
    $1200 3
Musical numbers in this 2003 show include "Dear Old Shiz" & "The Wizard and I"
    $1200 9
Port Bell, this Ugandan capital's seaport, lies 6 miles east on Lake Victoria
    $1200 19
The symbols of royalty, containing a synonym for "royal"
    $1200 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us the implement defined in the clue.) We can blame the pocket calculator for the fact that this device, which employs logarithmic scales to multiply numbers, is rarely used today
    DD: $2,500 5
During his 11 years as a student at the U. of Copenhagen, he wrote, "What is truth but to live for an idea?"
    $1600 17
In the spring of 1862, this naval hero & his fleet captured New Orleans
    $1600 8
Extra! Extra! This musical is based on a real 1899 strike by paperboys against the New York World
    $1600 10
King Rahman is shown in 1957 putting his signature to Malayan independence in this city
    $1600 7
A dryad is a wood nymph;
this is a water nymph
    $1600 22
When this stockbroker "talks, people listen", claimed an old slogan
    $2000 14
This 19th century German's theory of dialectical progression was a major influence on Karl Marx
    $2000 18
Perhaps appropriately, the HQ of this general was called a "combination barroom and brothel"
    $2000 12
This 2012 musical with a one-word title is set in Dublin, where a street musician falls in love with a Czech immigrant
    $2000 11
For its first 85 years, this capital was known as Leopoldville; the name was changed in 1966
    $2000 20
A facility for storing corneas
    $2000 23
In the old days if someone held the job of a hostler, he was employed to tend these animals at an inn

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Robin Eugene
$17,700 $12,800 $6,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A sign of a trend, in 2010 this product passed Pepsi to move into the No. 2 spot in U.S. soft drink popularity

Final scores:

Andrew Robin Eugene
$25,601 $4,800 $3,000
2-day champion: $56,802 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Robin Eugene
$13,000 $12,800 $6,600
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W
12 R,
3 W
12 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2013-02-12
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