Show #7022 - Tuesday, March 10, 2015


[<< previous game]

Mikki Gibson, a learning architect from Austin, Texas

Penny Reid, a newspaper copy editor from Bloomington, Indiana

Jen Jabaily Blackburn, an academic assistant from Northampton, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,700)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
Steve Buscemi (yes, "boo-SEH-mee") played Atlantic City as Nucky Thompson on this HBO show
    $200 1
The age of the great cathedrals, about 1150 to 1250, helped form this architectural style
    $200 16
Though piercing wasn't common among them, the name of this Native American tribe means "pierced nose"
    $200 21
In 1959 Pat Brown added a pool to the governor's mansion in this city; as governor his son refused to live in the house
    $200 3
Try explaining to your kids how this 1972 4-letter arcade game from Atari was the coolest thing ever for a while
    $200 11
Change the first syllable in "denotation" to get this, for implied meaning
    $400 24
Amanda Seyfried's last name rhymes with "my bread", which is a factor in this 2012 pic with Amanda as Cosette
    $400 2
This 4-letter art movement began in Zurich in 1916
    $400 17
This phrase means to forcefully remind someone of what they've done wrong, much like how a puppy might be trained
    $400 22
Do you know the way to this city once big in fruit, now high on tech? Head to the southern end of I-280
    $400 4
Introduced in 1982, this sequel had as big an appetite as her male predecessor
    $400 12
If you say, "To slowly remember", you're doing this, leaving the verb all alone
    $600 25
It's Groening as in "raining" if you meet Matt, who co-created this show with roots in both 1999 & 2999
    $600 6
Op art--the term & the movement--came about in this decade
    $600 18
These are the 4 groups of air-filled chambers in the facial bones near the nose
    $600 5
He was a bouncing orange critter with a big nose & an asterisk in his name
    $600 13
When we say someone let out a stream of Anglo-Saxon words, we usually mean he used this type of word
    $800 26
We "sez" that the middle of Martin Scorsese's last name is not "sayz" & that he directed this 1973 Harvey Keitel "road" movie
    $800 7
This delicate style that evolved from the Baroque is linked in France with Louis XV (1710-1774)
    $800 19
In the movie "Foxcatcher", Steve Carell donned a prosthetic nose to play John of this wealthy family
    $800 9
Appropriately, the highest lance won in this classic game; less appropriately, there were flying ostriches
    $800 14
If the heroine of your 18th century romance novel says, "Text me", you've used this -ism
    $1000 8
When talking about great Trecento art, like the example seen here, Trecento means this period
    DD: $2,000 20
This creature seen here has quite the nose
    $1000 10
You had left, middle & right fire buttons in this game, also the name of a U.S. Army unit known as MICOM
    $1000 15
A group of words including a subject & a predicate constituting one unit of a compound sentence

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

Jen Penny Mikki
$1,200 $2,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jen Penny Mikki
$1,400 $6,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you the [*], you identify the series for us.)
    $400 26
Nixon had 2 Secretaries of State: William P. Rogers & this man, who kept the post after Ford took over
    $400 1
A federal penitentiary for women in Litchfield
    $400 21
This collection of nearly 1,000 religious texts was discovered beginning in 1947 at Qumran
    $400 6
This Aldous Huxley novel begins with a tour of the Fertilizing Room
    $400 11
Not always "Lean", it's a term for any style of cooking
    $400 16
Around 445 he killed his brother Bleda to become sole leader of the Huns
    $800 27
He wasn't a friendly ghost, but Nixon's head of Health, Education & Welfare & also Reagan's Sec. of Defense
    $800 2
Pawnee, Indiana
    $800 22
An ancient stile, or large slab, depicts this man, who laid down the law way back when
    $800 7
This 19th century author is known for rags to riches heroes such as Luke Larkin, ambitious boy janitor
    $800 12
A toll or duty, or a term for any convention of society
    $800 17
Certainly up to no good were Hitler & this Italian leader, pictured together in 1937
    $1200 28
Robert Abplanalp, a buddy who lent Nixon the money for the "Western White House", made a fortune with this type of spray can
    $1200 3
Stalag 13 (which really existed, but wasn't as funny)
    $1200 23
Art found in the Altamira cave in this country depicts wild animals from more than 20,000 years ago
    $1200 8
In 1960 Penguin Books took a risk & published the full text of this D.H. Lawrence novel in England
    $1200 13
Adjective for a building superintendent's duties
    $1200 18
For his preferred method of executing his enemies, Prince Vlad III of Walachia earned this nickname
    $1600 29
This member of the administration was the first man of Greek descent to serve as governor of an American state
    $1600 4
On Showtime, the E.R. of New York's All Saints Hospital
    $1600 24
The temple pyramid known as El Castillo dominates the ruins of a city on this peninsula
    DD: $2,000 9
The novel that inspired "Field of Dreams" grew out of the story "Shoeless Joe Jackson Comes to" this place
    $1600 14
This word for an unusual object of artistic value comes from a word that lost its "-sity"
    $1600 19
His failure to blow up Parliament is celebrated in Great Britain on November 5
    $2000 30
This man was a Secretary of the Treasury & also of Labor for Nixon; he later was Secretary of State for Reagan
    $2000 5
In the '90s the not-so-typical town of Rome, Wisconsin
    $2000 25
The mud of Novgorod has yielded hundreds of medieval letters on the bark of this tree, a Russian national symbol
    $2000 10
After the Archbishop of Canterbury told him a ghost story, Henry James was inspired to write this 1898 tale
    DD: $4,000 15
From the Latin, it means pertaining to the skin
    $2000 20
This friar who headed the Spanish Inquisition also persuaded Ferdinand & Isabella to expel the Jews

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jen Penny Mikki
$6,200 $26,200 $5,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the subject of a 2014 New York Times article headlined "A Pioneer as Elusive as His Particle"

Final scores:

Jen Penny Mikki
$10,401 $22,400 $10,398
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jen Penny Mikki
$6,200 $23,200 $4,800
12 R,
3 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

Game tape date: 2015-01-07
The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. Scraping, republication, monetization, and malicious use prohibited; this site may use cookies and collect identifying information. See terms. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at