Show #7306 - Monday, May 23, 2016

Buzzy Cohen game 6.


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John McKay, an assistant secretary of the Colorado Senate from Lakewood, Colorado

Heidi Eichler, a high school science teacher from Morton Grove, Illinois

Buzzy Cohen, a music executive from Los Angeles, California (whose 5-day cash winnings total $101,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: "B-A-D" is going to come up in each correct response.)
    $200 6
In 2015 the Pope said this city's shroud was "an icon of love"
    $200 7
Bow down to this key that'll open each one of a set of pin-tumbler locks
    $200 26
It's been observed that "there's something slightly creepy" about carrying this animal's foot for luck
    $200 12
This Native American princess married an English colonist & visited England in 1616, meeting King James I
    $200 20
A laugh or outcry, perhaps from a nocturnal raptor
    $200 1
This Taylor Swift hit featured Kendrick Lamar
    DD: $2,600 13
The name of this city on a celebrated bay comes from the Greek for "new city"
    $400 8
Term for a key that'll start your car but won't open the glove box, or for the guy at the restaurant you give it to
    $400 27
Oh! You're after me Lucky Charms, a cereal from this company; I'll turn my podium into a helicopter & fly away!
    $400 16
In 1920 when an Equal Rights Amendment was 1st proposed, it was opposed by this group, the LWV
    $400 21
We're sure Katy Perry could tell you it's from Old English for "bellow"
    $400 2
1979 No. 1 for Donna Summer
    $600 14
This seaport in Liguria lends its name to a popular type of salami
    $600 9
It's the empty term for a key that hasn't been cut to fit a specific lock
    $600 28
Shakespeare began a sonnet, "When in disgrace with" this synonym for luck "and men's eyes"
    $600 17
This billionaire amassed his wealth through acquisitions like TWA & RKO
    $600 22
Homophone for a cetacean
    $600 3
Joan Jett didn't give a damn that she had this, the title of her signature song
    $800 15
In 1987 this city & its lagoon were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site
    $800 10
California's business & professions code forbids locksmiths from copying keys stamped "do not" do this
    $800 29
This 11th century man aka "the Lucky" converted his mom to Christianity; then mom built the first church in Greenland
    $800 18
This Washington, D.C. guest house of U.S. Presidents was named for an advisor to Andrew Jackson & built in 1824
    $800 24
2 words:
A Confederate battle cry
    $800 4
This Robert Palmer hit is subtitled "Doctor, Doctor"
    $1000 23
Though Portugal claims him as a patron saint, St. Anthony is buried in this Italian city
    $1000 11
Get down to bare bones with this term for a key that can open multiple old-fashioned locks
    $1000 19
Things went south, not west, for this presidential candidate in 1872; he lost to Ulysses Grant & died three weeks after the election
    $1000 25
You get 5 stars if you know it's from Old English for "pride" or "boasting"
    $1000 5
One of you from Jersey? Give the title that finishes the lyric "Shot through the heart, and you're to blame..."

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

Buzzy Heidi John
$5,800 $2,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Heidi John
$6,800 $2,200 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: "H-M" coming up in each correct response.)
    $400 8
Erythro‑ & chloro‑ are these 2 colors; happy holidays!
    $400 15
"Mork & Mindy"
    $400 20
In the 2013 winner "The Orphan Master's Son", young Pak Jun Do comes of age in this totalitarian nation
    $400 1
This country's 1-dollar coin features a loon on one side & is affectionately called a loonie
    $400 6
A 2015-16 MoMA show of this Spaniard's sculputure included a busty bust of his muse Marie-Therese Walter
    $400 13
Germany's Helmut, or the Phillies' Mike, who wore a helmet
    $800 9
Belly up to this prefix that means "stomach" or "belly"
    $800 16
"Bindi: The Jungle Girl"
    $800 21
Chapter 1 of this winner introduces the Tarleton Twins, "born to the ease of plantation life"
    $800 2
In 1991, after a period of hyperinflation, Peru dropped the inti for the nuevo sol, or "new" this
    $800 7
To create his Stone Mountain sculpture, he had to devise a magic lantern to project a sketch onto the mountain
    $800 14
It's Cambodia's official language; "Rouge" followed it, unfortunately
    $1200 10
Find this prefix before ‑meter & you'll have a device to measure wind speed
    $1200 17
"Snooki & JWoww"
    $1200 22
1959 winner "The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters" tells a tale of a young man heading West as part of this 1849 frenzy
    $1200 3
Although Slovakia has switched to the euro, this neighbor still uses the koruna as its currency
    $1200 24
Before Michelangelo, this Italian created two Davids; the first, seen here, was in marble, the second in bronze
    $1200 27
This Yiddish word means "to gossip idly"
    $1600 11
Hydro‑ refers to water & this prefix refers to water vapor
    $1600 18
"Xena: Warrior Princess"
    $1600 23
In 2009 winner "Olive Kitteridge", 13 connected stories in this New England state pack a collective emotional wallop
    $1600 4
This South African currency is also legal tender in Lesotho & Swaziland
    $1600 25
This Bulgarian-born sculptor's works include wrapping Berlin's Reichstag building in fabric in 1995
    $1600 28
A computer is really good at executing this, defined as a series of steps to reach a goal
    DD: $2,000 12
Osteo‑ & myelo‑ refer to these 2 related things
    $2000 19
On the CW, "The Originals"
    $2000 30
Disorder wrought by 1960s radicalism tears apart a family in "American Pastoral" by this man
    $2000 5
The name of this monetary unit of China means "round coin"
    $2000 26
This Japanese-American sculptor designed a coffee table sold by Herman Miller beginning in 1947
    DD: $3,000 29
In 1880 he composed the "Tragic Overture"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Heidi John
$19,800 $8,200 $3,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 8 states that touch the Great Lakes, it's the smallest in area

Final scores:

Buzzy Heidi John
$19,800 $8,000 $2,600
6-day champion: $121,202 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Buzzy Heidi John
$16,600 $8,200 $5,800
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
3 W
10 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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