Show #6779 - Thursday, February 20, 2014

2014 College Championship final game 1.


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Terry O'Shea, a sophomore at Princeton University from Bridgewater, New Jersey

Tucker Pope, a junior from Texas A&M University from Lubbock, Texas

Kevin Shen, a junior from the University of California, Berkeley from Cupertino, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Research on this beast's vision led to a wet suit developed in Australia to look as unlike its usual prey as possible
    $200 1
The name of this type of doctor comes from the Latin for "beast of burden"
    $200 4
A live-in dorm advisor at B.U. or Purdue
    $200 19
In the first "Harry Potter" book she says, "We could all have been killed--or worse, expelled"
    $200 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew puts a wrestling move on Jimmy.) I pass one arm under the arm of my opponent & lock the hand on the back of his neck to do a half this wrestling move
    $200 24
Jennifer ____ Hewitt
    $400 17
This big constricting reptile gets its name from a mythical monster
    $400 2
In this type of complex, one has a persistent sense of inadequacy or a tendency to self-diminishment
    $400 5
In December 2013 the 6-6 Rutgers Scarlet Knights fired 3 of these
    $400 20
In "Alanna: The First Adventure", a young girl takes her twin brother's place & trains to be one of these medieval soldiers
    $400 12
2 people engaged in a confab or colloquy are doing this together
    $400 25
Apolo ____ Ohno
    $600 18
Gustave, one of these said to be 20 feet long, has been blamed for dozens of deaths in Burundi's rivers & lakes
    $600 3
An adjective describing the space between Mars & Jupiter, for example
    $600 6
John Kerry can get advice from Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who is this for African Affairs
    $600 21
She's a recently relocated & torn-between-2-creatures Forks High School student
    $600 13
It's the adjective for the 2-seat bicycle seen here
    $600 26
Bryce ____ Howard
    $800 29
Don't get bit by the snake called the gaboon this--it's got 2" fangs & lots of venom
    $800 9
Common in cases of ADHD & autism, "sensory" this is basically too much input
    $800 7
On a film set it's the person who usually calls, "That's a wrap!"
    $800 22
Clary Fray crosses paths with the demon-killing Shadowhunters in "City of Bones", the first book in this series
    $800 14
The 2-person honeymoon type of this card game uses the same scoring as the contract type
    $800 27
Seann ____ Scott
    $1000 30
The dangerous Komodo dragon is the largest of these lizards, genus Varanus; if one asks for your hall pass, show it
    $1000 10
Both Betsy Ross & Dolley Madison were disowned by the Quakers for marrying men from this denomination
    $1000 8
In many offices the title of secretary has been replaced by this alliterative term
    DD: $2,800 23
King Arthur's half-sister Morgaine is the main character in Marion Zimmer Bradley's "The Mists of" here
    $1000 15
The gentlemen seen here are using this type of saw, so named because it doesn't cut with the grain
    $1000 28
Mary ____ Winstead

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

Kevin Tucker Terry
$1,200 $1,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Tucker Terry
$2,200 $5,000 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
"You'll hear & smell the sea lions before you see them" on Pier 39 near Fisherman's Wharf in this city
    $400 1
Past participle of shear
    $400 6
The Iron Age of human culture immediately followed the age of this metal
    $400 16
In 2013 Jeezy dropped this word from his name because "I'm grown now"
    $400 11
Your school's sports teams may have these enthusiastic fans & promoters who form entire "clubs"
    $400 17
In Roman Catholic countries, the celebration known as carnival takes place immediately before this austere season
    $800 23
"Enjoy all the fun & beauty of a day on Lake Michigan" at this military-named pier in the Windy City
    $800 2
The loose skin at the back of an animal's neck
    $800 7
There's an armor collection at Le Musee national du Moyen Age, the museum of these
    $800 27
Fans of this female rapper & former "Idol" judge call themselves the Barbies
    $800 12
Sister Carrie lives in "a moderately well-furnished" this type of "house", not to be confused with a bawdy house
    $800 18
Pasto, Colombia's Carnaval de Negros y Blancos, these colors, celebrates the country's cultural diversity
    $1200 24
"Beware of the sea gulls", warns one traveler to Victoria Pier in this Canadian province
    $1200 3
What have you got?
    $1200 8
Josh Homme has led this band since the 1990s
    $1200 28
Colour was an issue when Drake grew up in Forest Hill, a neighbourhood in this North American city
    $1200 13
To you it may mean a fun party dancing to Solar Spectrum; to the CDC it means "ecstasy overdoses!"
    $1200 19
The 90,000-seat Sambadrome hosts the samba parade for the world-famous Carnival in this city
    $1600 25 gives a good review to Sunset Pier in this "directional" Florida city near the Dry Tortugas
    $1600 4
It means punctual & also starts with "P"
    DD: $2,400 9
An 1870s novel about greed & corruption gave us the name of this "age"
    $1600 29
Public Enemy named some "straight-up racist"s in their classic urging listeners to do this 3-word title
    DD: $2,200 14
If you're the youngest, mom & dad's gloom after you leave home has been medically identified as this syndrome
    $1600 20
In New Orleans, Carnival commences on Twelfth Night, the 6th of this month
    $2000 26
A post said Fan Pier is a good place to watch planes take off from this Boston airport
    $2000 5
Rot-causing type of disease seen here
    $2000 10
Communications Workers of America calls itself the union for this "knowledgeable" age
    $2000 30
This single name followed "Ghetto" in the title of the debut album by the "Make Me Better" artist
    $2000 15
In the '60s flower children was another name for these people
    $2000 21
It's pleasant to watch the flower battles at this French Riviera resort city's huge annual carnival parade

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Tucker Terry
$10,600 $10,400 $13,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

On his death in 1862 a Massachusetts paper said, "No man ever lived closer to nature, and reported her secrets more eloquently"

Final scores:

Kevin Tucker Terry
$8,765 $14,800 $19,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Tucker Terry
$10,600 $12,200 $11,400
14 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2014-01-08
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