Show #6669 - Thursday, September 19, 2013

Jared Hall game 6.


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Hillary Kwiatek, an employee communication specialist from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Parth Sheth, a medical student from Atlanta, Georgia

Jared Hall, a graduate student in global policy studies from Austin, Texas (whose 5-day cash winnings total $161,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the motion picture.)
    $200 23
In 1988 Elizabeth II visited Madrid & tried not to gloat about this Spanish force defeated 400 years earlier
    $200 15
Alec Baldwin asks, "What's in your wallet?" in ads for this company
    $200 12
Not just fun on the playground, "unique New York" & other of these phrases are used by actors to warm up
    $200 7
This type of story's name says it all--which character committed the murder?
    $200 1
Shirin Ebadi was the first Iranian woman & the first woman of this faith to win the Nobel Peace Prize
    $200 2
"He's the man with the Midas touch"
    $400 27
This 91-year-old Spanish painter died in France in 1973
    $400 16
The negotiator (William Shatner) has a secret daughter (Kaley Cuoco) in ads for this discount travel site
    $400 13
"That sausage was the wurst!" is an example of this, also called paronomasia
    $400 8
A parable is a short story with a moral, like the one Jesus told about this unlikely savior in Luke 10
    $400 3
Wangari Maathai's Green Belt Movement works to prevent desertification & this, the loss of trees
    $400 22
"One life for yourself, & one for your dreams"
    $600 26
Most of what is now Spain came together under the rule of these 2, the king of Aragon & the queen of Castile
    $600 17
Flo, of the dark hair & red lipstick, wants drivers to try Snapshot from this insurance company
    $600 14
"You don't know? Come on, take a dot in the shark" is an example of this
    $600 9
In Italian it's any tale, & can also mean news; in English it's a longish story, like "The Turn of the Screw"
    DD: $1,000 4
Betty Williams & Mairead Corrigan Maguire, co-winners for 1976, were both born in this troubled city
    $800 24
As 1975 dawned Spain was ruled by this 82-year-old dictator
    $800 18
"Stay thirsty, my friends", says the most interesting man in the world, who prefers this beer
    $800 20
This name of Oprah Winfrey's production company is an example of an ananym
    $800 10
Though its name harks back to medieval times, this genre of mystery & terror thrived from 1790 to 1820
    $800 5
Jody Williams helped found the ICBL, the International Campaign to Ban these, winning her the prize in 1997
    $1000 25
This nickname for a national hero of Spain from the 11th century comes from the Arabic for "the Lord"
    $1000 19
Jon Hamm narrates commercials for this luxury car brand
    $1000 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a word on the monitor.) A word that contains the letters for a synonym within it, like OBSERVE, which includes the word SEE, is this beastly type of word
    $1000 11
This adjective follows "penny" in a term for a cheap lurid novel of 19th century England
    $1000 6
Rigoberta Menchu kept her Nobel Prize in Mexico while in exile from her homeland, this Central American neighbor

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

Jared Parth Hillary
$3,200 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jared Parth Hillary
$6,000 $2,800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That was taken from a database of 11 million, and they have a traveling exhibit, so people throughout America can get a chance to see these 50 greatest. We'll only have five of them.)
    $400 6
As one of these snapped fences & power lines in its path, Carsten Peter was there to get the photo for an article
    $400 16
1900 to 1971:
    $400 1
Completed in 1883, this bridge over the East River was built at a cost of $15 million (but I'll sell it to you for a cool 10)
    $400 15
In 1976 scientists discovered Legionella pneumophila, a new bacterium that causes this form of pneumonia
    $400 21
Legally disconnected from a spouse, or separated "from reality"
    $800 7
These river dolphins seem to glow orange as they swim in the tea-colored waters of this South American river basin
    $800 17
1935 to 1998:
"And the Beat Goes On"
    $800 2
The programs of this mayor of NYC from 1934 to 1945 included slum clearance & airport construction
    $800 11
In the mid-19th c. this Frenchman found that some bacteria are anaerobiotic, meaning they live without oxygen
    $800 24
    $800 22
If your workday is from 9 to 1 & from 5 to 9, you've got this kind of shift
    $1200 8
Their mouths covered to ensure silence, these boys are performing a ritual dance in this country--DRC for short
    $1200 18
1938 to 2007:
"Explorer ", "Motorcyclist & Daredevil"
    $1200 3
James & Franklin, sons of this First Lady & native New Yorker, both served in the House of Representatives
    $1200 12
Bacteria are often named according to their shape--bacilli are rod-shaped, cocci are this shape
    $1200 25
    $1200 23
Drop 1 letter from a word meaning "harsh" to get this word meaning to cut off a part from the whole
    $1600 9
Sadly, after ingesting the marine debris on the right, this once-wandering baby bird died of starvation
    $1600 19
1917 to 1995:
"Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime"
    $1600 4
He was born Henry McCarty in New York City; some 22 years later, Pat Garrett put an end to him
    $1600 13
In 1884 Robert Koch discovered that this waterborne disease was caused by a comma-shaped bacillus
    $1600 26
    DD: $3,000 28
This word for "separated" appears in the first sentence of Julius Caesar's "Gallic Wars"
    $2000 10
Accompanying an article on bog bodies was a photo of this Danish man likely sacrificed over 2,000 years ago
    $2000 20
1911 to 1956:
"World's Greatest Woman Athlete"
    $2000 5
38 miles long & 3 miles wide at its broadest point, Seneca is the largest of this "body part" group of lakes
    DD: $6,000 14
Meaning "acid loving", this "good" species of bacteria is used to make yogurt
    $2000 27

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jared Parth Hillary
$10,000 $13,600 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1960s album ends with the line "I'd love to turn you on"

Final scores:

Jared Parth Hillary
$20,000 $7,199 $7,200
6-day champion: $181,001 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jared Parth Hillary
$9,600 $9,600 $7,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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Game tape date: 2013-08-20
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