Show #7290 - Friday, April 29, 2016

Buzzy Cohen game 5.


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Tal Nadan, a reference archivist from the Bronx, New York

Sanjiv Sarwate, a trademark attorney from Round Rock, Texas

Buzzy Cohen, a music executive from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $78,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will be a word that can be made from the letters in the word "April". So we're gonna have short words, obviously.)
    $200 19
Akela the wolf & Baloo the brown bear are 2 of the animals featured in this collection of stories
    $200 26
A 1999 merger created this largest publicly traded international oil & gas company
    $200 29
Expected number of shots on a golf hole
    $200 30
Gender-neutral baby names are on the rise, especially this one of Mr. Lautner or Ms. Swift
    $200 6
International Nurses Day is on May 12th, honoring the birthday of this woman
    $200 1
As Leslie on this show: "Hey, honey! Good morning! How did you sleep? I adopted 32 cats & dogs. Do you want pancakes?"
    $400 21
Early in this Jules Verne tale, professor Otto Lidenbrock, his nephew & a guide descend into a volcano
    $400 25
To become "more nimble", this retailer cut 450 jobs from its Bentonville, Ark. headquarters in 2015
    $400 28
Bucket equivalent
    $400 27
Established in 1953, the "neutral zone" between these 2 Asian nations is referred to as the DMZ
    $400 7
In 1881, the Governor of Missouri offered $5,000 for the capture of this man & his brother
    $400 2
Amy Poehler's performance was pure Joy in this 2015 Pixar film
    DD: $2,000 22
Essays making up this 1854 work include "Reading", "Solitude" & "The Pond in Winter"
    $600 11
The main Colombian competition for Starbucks, which started business there in 2014, are coffee shops named for this man
    $600 14
22/7, approximately
    $600 17
In 1927 he did not go to a neutral corner after knocking down Gene Tunney, who may have gotten a 14-sec. long count
    $600 8
Da, comrade, he's the traveler seen here
    $600 3
Siblings Tina Fey & Amy Poehler throw one last house party in this comedy
    $800 23
Wordsworth began a poem, "I wandered lonely as" this "that floats on high o'er vales and hills"
    $800 12
This "cutting"-edge Japanese company got its name from a replaceable lead pencil that never dulled
    $800 15
Wolf's home
    $800 18
In the '70s baseball players & owners began to use a neutral 3rd person to resolve salary disputes in "binding" this
    $800 9
Two-term U.S. president seen here
    $800 4
In the 3rd "Shrek" it's no problem for Amy as this woman to give a live-in babysitter to Fiona, as "I've got 6 more at home"
    $1000 24
2 expatriates come to Boston to visit relatives in his 1878 novel "The Europeans"
    $1000 13
We're bullish on this company founded in 1914 to build motors for the Bull Tractor Company
    $1000 16
Oddly, Handel's "Water Music" has a section called this, heard here
    $1000 20
Lucky for you, when it comes to acids & bases, this pH number is neutral
    $1000 10
He was a world leader from 1983 to 1989; then he began to be led around
    $1000 5
Who'd dare oppose figure skater Chazz Michael Michaels in this film? Amy Poehler, playing Fairchild Van Waldenberg

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

Buzzy Sanjiv Tal
$1,800 $3,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Sanjiv Tal
$3,200 $7,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with that letter.)
(Alex: And your correct response will not include the word "head". Not.)
    $400 23
Lascaux Cave has outstanding prehistoric art, including the Hall of these animals seen here
    $400 2
In 1970 the Four Tops joined with this newly Diana Ross-less group on "River Deep--Mountain High"
    $400 13
The American Lung Association says this alliterative danger kills 41,000 people a year
    $400 16
It's the legislative capital of South Africa
    $400 29
Originally set up to discuss reforms, 1095's Council of Clermont led to these excursions following a speech by Pope Urban II
    $400 28
A newspaper banner item becomes one of these, like "So, do you come here often?"
    $800 22
The name of this Roman goddess adorns many a voluptuous female statue, including one "of Willendorf"
    $800 3
Now a kids' favorite, this old folk song was a favorite of Carl Sandburg
    $800 14
The Alzheimer's Foundation says you can make this "priceless donation to science"
    $800 1
Part of the border between Vermont & New York is this lake
    $800 27
Earphones & a mouthpiece become this part of a tennis match
    $1200 19
To commemorate the July Revolution, Eugene Delacroix painted the allegorical this figure "Leading the People"
    $1200 6
Completes the chorus of a John Denver song: "Mountain mama, take me home..."
    $1200 15
They do serve wine at fundraisers of the foundation fighting cirrhosis & this organ's other big ailments
    $1200 4
This city in Alberta hosts an annual Stampede, 10 days of rodeo events
    $1200 10
Charlemagne was the first, but it wasn't until Otto the Great was crowned in 962 A.D. that this title really took off
    $1200 24
A woman in charge of a school changes into this rival of a wife
    $1600 20
This "dotty" art theory & technique was developed by the Neo-Impressionists
    $1600 7
In 1967 this late, great R&B singer teamed with Tammi Terrell on "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
    DD: $2,000 17
Founded in 1924, this group calls itself "the world leader in" CPR training
    $1600 5
Mount Cinto is on this French island
    $1600 11
Seen here around 1340 are nuns of the group called "the Poor" these, after the name of their founder, a woman of Assisi
    $1600 25
An executive recruiter becomes this shade of green
    $2000 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) John Singer Sargent's use of subdued colors in his portrait of the daughters of Edward Darley Boit, & his placement of them in a cavernous room were influenced by this Spaniard's "Las Meninas", which Sargent studied on an 1879 trip to the Prado
    $2000 8
Neil Young sang, "Oh to live on" this title place, "with the barkers & the colored balloons"...but you can't be 20 there
    $2000 18
In 1944 the first eye bank made transplants of these parts more reliable than the old source, Sing Sing executions
    DD: $2,000 9
A certain horse breed originated near this 100-mile-long Scottish river
    $2000 12
In 1240 Mongol leader Batu Khan's forces destroyed this cradle city of Russian civilization
    $2000 26
A heavy metal fan becomes this British sausage

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Sanjiv Tal
$12,800 $5,800 $11,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1929 London's Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital was given all rights to this character created 27 years earlier

Final scores:

Buzzy Sanjiv Tal
$22,801 $11,401 $6,400
5-day champion: $101,402 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Buzzy Sanjiv Tal
$18,800 $5,800 $11,400
25 R,
6 W
(including 3 DDs)
15 R,
3 W
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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Game tape date: 2016-03-07
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