Show #6740 - Friday, December 27, 2013

Jerry Slowik game 2.


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Kathy Cacace, an online editor from Brooklyn, New York

Avram Polinsky, a customer service analyst from Columbia, Maryland

Jerry Slowik, a writer from Arlington Heights, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
The Theatre of Dionysus
    $200 1
Prince won an Oscar for Best Music, Original Song Score for this movie
    $200 6
This insect is also an acronym for a member of the Caucasian upper middle class
    $200 10
Talk about free to move about the country! In 1973 this airline offered a $13 Dallas-to-Houston fare
    $200 17
The 1360 Treaty of Bretigny in which France agreed to pay a ransom for King John II created a temporary peace in this war
    $200 15
L.A.'s Dallas Raines & New York's Amy Freeze have this job
    $400 24
The Margaret Mitchell House & Museum
    $400 2
"Someday My Prince Will Come" is a song from this 1937 classic
    $400 7
This police task force sounds like something you might do to get rid of a fly
    $400 11
The September 1948 inaugural flight of this airline brought President Chaim Weizmann home from Geneva
    $400 18
He's depicted here dealing with a tough knot In one of the storied moments of his career.
    $400 22
He's the Virgin Islands-born center for the San Antonio Spurs
    $600 25
The Anheuser-Busch Consumer Hospitality Center
    $600 3
Jake & Elwood are forced to abandon "Gimme Some Lovin" in favor of "Rawhide" in this comedy
    $600 8
This Canadian city's international film festival becomes an argument when it's in its acronym form
    $600 12
On Jan. 30, 1929 this U.S.-based airline was incorporated as Inter-Island Airways Ltd.
    $600 19
In 219 B.C. this Carthaginian attacked the Roman ally of Saguntum in Spain, & Rome soon declared war.
    $600 28
In 2013 Igor Judge stepped down from this high British government post, which unlike in the U.S. has "Lord" before it
    DD: $1,600 26
The Museu Picasso
    $800 4
Pussy Galore & Oddjob are in this 1964 James Bond flick
    $800 9
To program in a venerable computer language, you might wear this type of "black"
    $800 13
On Sept. 12, 1919 Queen Wilhelmina awarded this "alphabetic" carrier its royal designation
    $800 20
A 1987 wave of violent Palestinian unrest Is known as the first this, from Arabic
for "shaking off."
    $800 29
This billionaire owner of a casino on the Vegas strip that bears his name can't seem to lose
    $1000 27
The House of Culture, designed by Alvar Aalto
    $1000 5
A girl named Andie & a boy named Steff are characters in this 1986 John Hughes film
    $1000 16
It was the 5-letter acronym for the committee backing Nixon in 1972
    $1000 14
You'll see a 3-leaf clover on the web page of this European carrier
    $1000 21
Before the Aztec, the prior great Mexican civilization was of these other people in -tec support
    $1000 30
Marilyn vos Savant is no idiot: She held a Guinness IQ record & solves conundrums in this Sunday magazine

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

Jerry Avram Kathy
$2,800 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Avram Kathy
$7,600 $3,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
The Nubian language group is spoken in the valley of this river in Sudan
    $400 1
On May 31, 2000 Sonja Christopher became the first person to suffer this cruel reality television fate
    $400 22
A saint who founded Alpine hospitals lent his name to this breed, seen as a puppy
with petunias
    $400 21
Nephew of King Claudius
    $400 6
A reverse type of this in basketball starts at one side of the rim & finishes on the other
    $400 11
Of the 3 main components of an atom, these are farthest from the nucleus
    $800 3
This European language is an official language of Chad & Burkina Faso, among other countries
    $800 12
As a baby poriferan, this animated TV character's first words were "May I take your order?"
    $800 23
This small, sturdy breed is known for its snub nose, the better to smell the flowers
    $800 27
Son of Old Montague
    $800 7
Musically, it involves mixing 2 or more recordings to make a new one
    $800 14
Atoms are often measured using these units, whose symbol looks like a capital A with a small circle on the top
    $1200 4
(Sara gives the clue from Pretoria, South Africa)
In 1908, in Pretoria, South Africa, the Union Buildings
were designed to represent the unity of a once-divided people, with the two identical wings symbolizing these two then-official languages.
    $1200 13
In 1994 this pop singer appeared on David Letterman's show & was bleeped more than 10 times for profanity
    $1200 24
This breed of terrier is named for the clergyman who first bred it
    $1200 28
Mrs. Othello
    $1200 8
A sweet tradition in Vermont is sugar on snow, which is this liquid, heated & drizzled on the white stuff
    $1200 15
IBM scientists have it down to 12 atoms to store each of this unit of information based on 1s & 0s
    DD: $1,200 5
With 50 million speakers, this Bantu language is the most widely spoken native language on the continent
    $1600 19
This ex-cop named for what he can either dish out or endure got his third bloody video game installment in 2012
    $1600 25
The dog called the bull type of this
    DD: $2,600 29
Bianca's sister
    $1600 9
Despite the name, this model used for testing or teaching involves no ridicule
    $1600 16
The spontaneous type of this sees an atom's unstable nuclei split into nearly equal fragments
    $2000 18
The most-spoken Khoe language is Nama in Namibia; the other Khoe languages are mainly heard in this desert in Botswana
    $2000 20
In 2009, this legendary singer won a Grammy for Traditional Folk Album for his release "At 89"
    $2000 26
"Westie" is the common form of this cute breed's four-word name
    $2000 30
Brother of King Edward IV
    $2000 10
An order to report for military service
    $2000 17
This "number" in an atom refers to the number of atoms with which a single atom will unite chemically

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Avram Kathy
$25,000 $11,600 $3,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

There were just 13 of these, the title of an historic document; one offered admission to Canada

Final scores:

Jerry Avram Kathy
$26,799 $14,600 $600
2-day champion: $49,998 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jerry Avram Kathy
$24,400 $10,800 $3,600
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
6 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,800

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Game tape date: 2013-10-08
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