Show #7368 - Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Seth Wilson game 8.


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Harold Leff, a retired actuary from Bay Shore, New York

Erin Post, a statistician from Bettendorf, Iowa

Seth Wilson, a Ph.D. candidate from Chicago, Illinois (whose 7-day cash winnings total $166,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response beginning with a "T" and a "B" and a "D" will come later.)
    $200 26
Gruyere can be used to make Käsknöpfle, the national dish, often compared to this Kraft comfort food
    $200 1
The "House that Rockne Built" houses this team
    $200 11
In 1961 these "Rides" across the Deep South protested segregation in interstate transportation
    $200 16
In the old days of law enforcement, people might say, "There's a new shrieve in town" instead of this job
    $200 21
Men's Fitness says 4 sets of 25 reps of reverse crunches, with 2 minutes rest, will help you get some "ripped" these muscles, bro
    $200 6
A horse of pure stock
    $400 27
Sport of some Liechtenstein tourists & of Hanni Wenzel, who in 1980 brought her country its first Olympic gold
    $400 2
Here's a white-out at Beaver Stadium, also known as Happy Valley, the home of this Keystone university
    $400 12
FDR dedicated the 1,450-foot-wide Bonneville one of these in 1937, pushing a button to start the first generator
    $400 17
This worker who prepared tanned hides is a homophone of a modern word for a documents messenger
    $400 22
The "big 3" exercises of powerlifting are the squat, the deadlift & this "press"
    $400 7
A sensational 5-column-wide newspaper
    DD: $3,000 28
When Liechtenstin discovered that Haiti had an identical flag, it added a little one of these, as it's a principality
    $600 3
This Big Ten team's stadium is called "the Horseshoe" because, well, it looks like a horseshoe
    $600 13
On Sept. 26, 1971 Nixon greeted this man in Anchorage, the first meeting of a U.S. president & a Japanese monarch
    $600 18
In this job similar to a bard, you sang, played instruments & might have also recorded heroic deeds in song
    $600 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates a stretch.) Support yourself on a wall, tighten your stomach muscles & gently lift your heel up & back to stretch these large muscles that cover the front & sides of the thigh
    $600 8
A Russian thistle, bouncing down an Old West street in the wind
    $800 29
This capital of Liechtenstein is home to about 5,000 people
    $800 4
"Death Valley" is the home of the Tigers, this SEC team in "Red Stick"
    $800 14
In 1927, this lawyer wrote "The Prohibition Mania"--can you "Scopes out" who he is?
    $800 19
In the court of Louis XIV, Monsieur Binet was the perruquier, making these accessories
    $800 24
Last name of German-American gymnast Joseph, whose "core" exercise philosophy was 1st called contrology
    $800 9
All added up, it means arranged in a systematic form
    $1000 30
In 1719 Liechtenstein was established within this empire that dissolved in 1806
    $1000 5
"Death Valley" is the home of the Tigers, this ACC team in South Carolina
    $1000 15
This 1920s scandal erupted when Secretary of the Interior Albert Fall leased govt. oil fields to private individuals
    $1000 20
This word sounds like it applies to Noah, but it was a craftsman who made boxes or chests
    $1000 25
Tone your muscles with exercises where you're supported by this ballet class apparatus
    $1000 10
This inn is found in "The Canterbury Tales" & today in Washington, D.C., where it's a favorite brunch spot

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

Seth Erin Harold
$3,600 $1,400 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Erin Harold
$5,600 $6,600 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to provide the TV show for the given boss, in the clue.)
    $400 28
Roy made obvious the dots that built up images in comic books, the '60s version of these dots making up today's videos
    $400 27
This country's Sydney funnel web spider is extremely venomous; its fangs can bite through a fingernail!
    $400 16
Load up a dart with azaperone & you've got one of these to put that charging rhino to sleep
    $400 2
Honestly or sincerely, this phrase means "in good faith"
    $400 11
The 1910 novel "The Phantom of the Opera" is set in this city
    $400 1
Agent Phil Coulson, who survived death on the big screen
    DD: $2,000 25
Lichtenstein said art since Cezanne looked inward; this movement Roy was part of "looks out into the world"
    $800 26
A Mexican population of Bagheera kiplingi, named for a panther in this 1894 book, is mostly vegetarian
    $800 17
Of the 4 thrown objects in Olympic track & field events, this one weighs the least
    $800 3
It means the period before any war, but in the U.S. is usually used for the period before the Civil War
    $800 12
Not Yangon, but this city is where "The Road" leads to in the title of a 2015 Lucy Cruickshanks book
    $800 7
Wehrmacht Colonel Wilhelm Klink
    $1200 24
Roy created a 53-foot-long mural for the subway station named for this heart of the Theater District
    $1200 21
Spider blood is this color because oxygen is carried by hemocyanin, not hemoglobin
    $1200 18
A favorite material of model airplane enthusiasts is this light wood from Central America
    $1200 4
A university degree awarded with the highest of honors is signified with this 3-word phrase
    $1200 13
Andrei Bely's novel about socialist revolt in 1905 is named after this Russian city but the title drops the "St."
    $1200 8
Miranda Bailey, Sloan Memorial's first chief of surgery
    $1600 29
Roy often reprised other painters--a 1963 painting takes off from a work by this Spaniard that itself takes off from a Delacroix
    $1600 22
Humans do it using hot air; spiders do it to "fly" hundreds of miles when a strand of silk catches turbulent air
    $1600 19
The historic Germanic people known as the Goths can be divided into the Ostrogoths & this western branch
    $1600 5
The title of this 1951 movie is a question from the gospel of John that means "whither goest thou?"
    DD: $2,000 14
A trilogy by Yasmina Khadra includes "The Swallows of Kabul" & "The Sirens of" this other capital
    $1600 9
Richie Finestra, founder & president of American Century Records
    $2000 30
In 1966 this 4-letter London museum bought "Whaam!"; in 1968 it gave Roy its first show devoted to a living American
    $2000 23
Type of spider seen here that lives in a silk-lined burrow
    $2000 20
In the first recording for his phonograph, Thomas Edison read a line from this nursery rhyme
    $2000 6
This most famous song from "Carmina Burana" is heard here
    $2000 15
City preceding "Alexanderplatz" in the title of an Alfred Doblin novel
    $2000 10
Milwaukee restaurauteur Arnold Takahashi, succeeded later by Al Delvecchio

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Erin Harold
$17,600 $12,600 $4,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Also known as the "House of His Majesty", Fairfield House in England was the home of this African leader from 1936 to 1941

Final scores:

Seth Erin Harold
$25,201 $1 $8,800
8-day champion: $191,701 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Seth Erin Harold
$16,400 $10,200 $6,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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Game tape date: 2016-07-26
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