Show #7310 - Friday, May 27, 2016

Buzzy Cohen game 10.


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Megan Hauser, an editor and stay-at-home parent from Chicago, Illinois

Erin Delaney, an English professor from North Hills, California

Buzzy Cohen, a music executive from Los Angeles, California (whose 9-day cash winnings total $164,603)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
Before signing on as First Lady, she handled community & external affairs for the University of Chicago Medical Center
    $200 1
The title of this Ken Kesey novel completes the rhyme "One flew east, one flew west..."
    $200 11
This other term for Vaseline sounds like it might work in your car, but don't try it
    $200 6
One "Grammar Girl" podcast dealt with homophones, homographs & this other similar-starting word
    $200 22
The North Island of this Kiwi country boasts its largest lake, Lake Taupo, which covers 230 square miles
    $400 15
In 1988 she launched her Harpo Studios on Chicago's Near West Side
    $400 2
Partly autobiographical 1969 Vonnegut bestseller
    $400 12
Hot & Sweet Pepper Jelly is a product of this store known as TJ's; try some on the artisan-made baguette
    $400 7
This network has a music podcast that's called "All Songs Considered"
    $400 26
Off Mindanao, the 34,580' deep trench named for this country is one of the deepest spots in all the oceans
    $400 19
3, 2, 1... we have this term meaning the commencement of a project
    $600 25
Maiden name of Chicago socialite Edith, who donated land for the Brookfield Zoo; her father was John D.
    $600 3
"I Am Number" this isn't Brett Favre's memoir but young adult sci-fi about the Loric children
    $600 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows some larvae on the monitor.) The secretion called royal jelly is fed to all honeybee larvae early on, but after that, only to those selected for this job
    $600 8
Karina Longworth talks old Hollywood on "You Must Remember This", a line from this classic movie song
    $600 27
The sultan of this ex-British protectorate is said to be worth $20 billion, including 600 Rolls-Royces
    $600 18
Hyphenated term meaning able to supply one's own needs without external assistance
    $800 24
At 21, this Chicagoan became the youngest recipient of the Best Actress Oscar
    DD: $1,000 4
O'Brien is the totalitarian torturer in this novel
    $800 16
Plastic ones called jellies were a 1983 fad with later versions by Thierry Mugler & Jean Paul Gaultier
    $800 9
Elvis Costello & President Obama have been guests on "WTF", this comedian's podcast
    $800 29
Its same-named sea lies to the north of this island, the Indian Ocean to the south; why do I suddenly want a cup of coffee?
    $800 20
You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both & there you have this 3-word term for reproduction & birth information
    $1000 23
In 1889 she & Ellen Gates Starr founded the settlement house in Chicago known as Hull House
    $1000 5
Richard Henry Dana told of life aboard a 19th century ship in "Two Years Before" this
    $1000 17
Born Ferdinand LaMothe in 1890, this New Orleans pianist claimed to have invented jazz
    $1000 10
On this comedian's "Experience" podcast, he interviews comics & does recaps of Ultimate Fighting events
    $1000 28
The main campus of the U. of the South Pacific is in Suva, the capital of this country since 1882
    $1000 21
It's a stew of marinated rabbit meat garnished with sour cream

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

Buzzy Erin Megan
$1,600 $4,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Erin Megan
$3,000 $4,400 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Erin is already smiling.)
(Alex: And finally, nobody expects...)
    $400 1
Elly Kedward, banished from her Maryland village in 1785, is this spooky title character being sought in a 1999 film
    $400 19
This surprising word can precede absorber & jock
    $400 6
The pioneering 1912 study "Fatigue and Efficiency" called these extra work hours "injurious to output"
    $400 11
This satirist's "Nation" doesn't mind staying up for "The Late Show"
    $400 16
Colorfully attired troops called Zouaves were common early in this U.S. war, but it turns out red is a good target
    $400 17
In 1478 this royal couple obtained authorization from Pope Sixtus IV to establish the Inquisition
    $800 2
The latest installment of this found footage spook series is subtitled "The Ghost Dimension"
    $800 20
Something completely unexpected is like this "from the blue"
    $800 7
Sales efficiency & advertising efficiency are studied in this, the process of promoting & selling a product
    $800 12
This musical touring behemoth has a devoted base of followers called Phans
    $800 27
Appropriate 1-word nickname of the horsemen here
    $800 18
The ceremony where punishments were decreed was called an auto-da-fe, or "act of" this
    $1200 3
Leatherface is the killer in this "stately" 1974 horror film loosely based on the life of Ed Gein
    $1200 21
This word meaning "speechless with surprise" begins with an antonym for smart
    DD: $4,000 8
You might get a new office chair thanks to this study of efficiency in the working environment, from Greek for "work"
    $1200 13
This word follows "Soul" in the name of a fitness craze that's attracted celebs like Kelly Ripa & Tom Cruise
    $1200 26
The annual August Apprentice Boys parade marks the 1689 lifting of the siege of Derry in what's now this country
    $1200 30
It's been estimated that 31,000 accused heretics died this way at the hands of the Inquisition
    $1600 4
Drew Barrymore's boyfriend dies in "Scream" when she can't identify this killer of the kids in the first "Friday the 13th"
    $1600 22
When babies are tightly swaddled, this reflex aka the Moro reflex will not interfere with sleep
    $1600 9
In 1865 Brit William Jevons said more efficient use of this fuel increased consumption
    $1600 14
There's a 10-year waiting list for Damon Baehrel's Earlton, N.Y. restaurant & its 5-hour this "menu" of small portions
    DD: $2,000 25
National name of the papal protectors seen here
    $1600 29
2-word "military" title of Torquemada, the most infamous leader of the Inquisition
    $2000 5
The title of this 2014 Aussie film refers to a pop-up book about a demon who knocks on your door
    $2000 23
One-word title of R.J. Palacio's book about Auggie, a 5th grader with a different kind of face
    $2000 10
Mechanical efficiency, a ratio of power output to input, is always less than a perfect 1 due to this resistive force
    $2000 15
Tuomas Anhava was a dedicated Finnish poet, always searching for the right word, aka this French phrase
    $2000 24
An 1854 stand by Highlanders against a cavalry charge led to this 3-word nickname for the British infantry
    $2000 28
During the Inquisition, even this founder of the Society of Jesus was investigated for heresy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Buzzy Erin Megan
$12,200 $16,400 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"The Gold Bug", Edgar Allan Poe's story about the search for Captain Kidd's buried loot, helped inspire this 1883 novel

Final scores:

Buzzy Erin Megan
$20,200 $24,401 $14,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Buzzy Erin Megan
$9,400 $16,200 $9,200
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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