Show #7035 - Friday, March 27, 2015

Michael Bilow game 1.


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Eric Swanson, a Ph.D. student in experimental pathology from Charlottesville, Virginia

Michael Bilow, a Ph.D. student in computer science originally from Chicago, Illinois

Jacqueline Hawkins, an English professor from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 2-day cash winnings total $34,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
Tough times in Budapest? This country's anthem includes "the tears of slavery burn, which the eyes of orphans shed"
    $200 1
Matthew Broderick had every day off once Charlie Schlatter became this teen (& Jennifer Aniston, his sister Jeannie)
    $200 7
Gerrie Nel was the combative prosecutor in this man's trial in Pretoria
    $200 3
This type of man can follow "shock" or "disc"
    $200 12
Updated from inscriptions in this empire, Trajan became common on movie posters
    $200 14
At 71 deg., 8 min. north latitude, this country's Cape Nordkinn is the northernmost point on the European mainland
    $400 27
"They come right to our arms to slit the throats of our sons, our friends!" is from this anthem of France
    $400 2
Chris Vance sat in Jason Statham's seat behind the Audi's steering wheel when this movie series hit the small screen
    DD: $1,000 8
The Supreme Court ruled that police need a warrant to search these, now "a pervasive and insistent part of daily life"
    $400 16
A servile follower, or major league pitcher John
    $400 13
Business News Daily named Calibri one of the best fonts for this document--now go update yours
    $400 15
Grizabella & Macavity are characters in this musical
    $600 28
Romanians would get along with New Hampshirites, as they sing of being "either" this "or dead"
    $600 4
Ellen Burstyn turned over this Oscar-winning waitress role to Linda Lavin
    $600 9
Ashraf Ghani, who has his nationality in his name, became this country's president
    $600 17
Term for a native of London's East End
    $600 23
OCR-A was designed in 1968 so machines could read it: OCR is short for this "character recognition"
    $600 20
Button & cremini are common types of these
    $800 29
"May your fields be watered with blood, may they leave their foot-prints in blood", sing Oaxacans in this country
    $800 5
Goldie Hawn, having bemoaned the lack of drapes in her barracks in this role, gave way to Lorna Patterson
    $800 10
8 sweet rides at Kentucky's National Corvette Museum were almost lost to this
    $800 18
An "old" one of these men is conservative & dull by nature
    $800 24
The recently trendy font this "Sans" was inspired by this type of "book"
    $800 21
In 1876 this Impressionist painted "A Girl with a Watering Can"
    $1000 30
The anthem of this North African land that battled to get rid of the French mentions "streams of generous blood"
    $1000 6
After Linda Hamilton got done trying to save the world from the future, Lena Headey took over as her
    $1000 11
1 of the 3 countries from which the midyear surge of kids arriving at the Mexico-U.S. border mainly came
    $1000 19
2-word "primate" nickname for a mechanic
    $1000 25
It was designed by a member of this German movement for "art & technology, a new unity"
    $1000 22
Until 1971 a British pound equaled 20 of these

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

Jacqueline Michael Eric
$2,400 $2,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jacqueline Michael Eric
$1,800 $9,200 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHAT?!... WHEN?!
    $400 1
The Clash:
"____ Calling"
    $400 26
An important climate component is the amount of water vapor in the air, or atmospheric this
    $400 13
Yale University Library classifies books in excess of 27 cm in height or 19 cm in width as this big "O"
    $400 6
The year he turned 32, William Blake published "Songs of" this; by 37 he "lost" his & made "Songs of Experience"
    $400 21
Thai on his mom's side, he shot a 48 for 9 holes... at age 3! 12 years later, he was U.S. Jr. Amateur champ
    $400 16
In 1291 Acre, the last major Holy Land castle held by this group, fell to the Mamelukes
    $800 2
Simon & Garfunkel:
"Are you going to ____ Fair? Parsley, sage, rosemary & thyme"
    $800 27
The length of the day affects a region's climate; at this latitude, days are always a nice even 12 hours
    $800 15
When it comes before "esque", this outdoorsman's name means fantastically large
    $800 7
While writing "Tropic of Cancer" in Paris, he served as a proofreader for the French edition of the Chicago Tribune
    $800 22
Jerry Yang put an exclamation point on co-founding this web directory in 1994; these days, Jerry's worth about $2.2 billion
    $800 17
The last czar of Russia abdicated in this year
    $1200 3
George Strait:
"All My Ex's Live In ____"
    $1200 28
(Former Vice President Al Gore delivers the clue.) In 2007 the European Space Agency reported that polar ice had melted to such an extent that this fabled shortcut from the Atlantic to the Pacific was fully navigable for the first time
    $1200 11
Webster says this word may be an "alteration of huge + monstrous"
    $1200 8
Of the reaction to this novel, Upton Sinclair said, "I aimed at the public's heart, and by accident I hit it in the stomach"
    $1200 23
The son of immigrants from India, this state governor got an Ivy League education at Brown University
    $1200 18
In this year, FDR started his third term
    $1600 4
Ian Hunter:
"____ Rocks"
    $1600 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an animation of a stormcloud moving over a mountain on the monitor.) Stormclouds tend to drop more precipitation on the windward side of a mountain range; when that happens, the dryer side is in what's called a "rain" one of these dark areas
    $1600 12
From the Greek, it's a much larger than life-size statue, such as an Ancient Wonder
    DD: $5,000 9
O, by the way, Willa Cather took the title of this 1913 novel from a Walt Whitman poem
    $1600 24
This son of Chinese parents made his Carnegie Hall debut before his 17th birthday
    $1600 19
In 1828 he declared himself dictator of Gran Colombia, a region he had freed from Spanish rule
    $2000 5
Bob Dylan:
"Stuck Inside Of ____ With The ____ Blues Again"
(2 different cities, please)
    $2000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew uses the monitor to wrap up the category and round.) By exchanging heat between colder & warmer latitudes, ocean currents such as this one off the coast of South America have important effects on local climates
    DD: $7,000 14
This synonym for "gigantic" was in use more than 200 years before a 1912 event put a new spin on it
    $2000 10
Perhaps it was "An American Tragedy" that there was a ban on this author's semi-autobiographical "The 'Genius'"
    $2000 25
His resume includes first Asian-American 4-star general, Army Chief of Staff & Veterans Affairs Secretary
    $2000 20
On Oct. 14, 1066 this son of Godwine lost the Battle of Hastings

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jacqueline Michael Eric
$6,200 $28,600 $20,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Incorporated in 1948, this company chose its name from the book of the Hebrew prophet Hosea

Final scores:

Jacqueline Michael Eric
$0 $12,401 $6,201
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $12,401 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jacqueline Michael Eric
$6,200 $23,000 $17,400
11 R,
3 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $46,600

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Game tape date: 2015-01-13
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