Show #7517 - Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Alan Lin game 2.


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Meike Olin, a retired insurance broker from Wilmington, North Carolina

Dan Atherton, a fundraising data analyst from Quincy, Massachusetts

Alan Lin, a software engineer from Santa Barbara, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Lake Forest College is near Chicago; change one letter to get this North Carolina university
    $200 1
"Ugly Betty" & "Superstore" employee Amy
    $200 11
After a trip to San Francisco's Panama Pacific Exposition in 1915, this bell's tongue, or clapper, was immobilized
    $200 6
This sporting dog of Germany was selectively bred by Grand Duke Karl August of Weimar, thus its name
    $200 26
James Marshall made his big find in this year, one year before the biggest rush of fortune seekers
    $200 21
You shall know this contraction for "shall not"
    $400 17
Northwestern University is in Evanston, Illinois; this private school was founded in Boston in 1898
    $400 2
"Blossom" & Amy on "The Big Bang Theory"
    $400 12
A loop sewn on top can help keep the tongue in one of these from moving around
    $400 7
The border type of this dog takes its name from its origin near the English-Scottish border
    $400 27
This businessman famously made heavy duty work pants for gold rush miners using tent canvas & then denim
    $400 22
"Jabberwocky" begins with this contraction, followed by "brillig"
    $600 18
It's about a 2-hour drive northeast from Wesleyan in Connecticut to this Seven Sisters college in Massachusetts
    $600 3
Al Bundy & Jay Pritchett
    $600 13
This Kiss bass player once published a men's lifestyle magazine called Tongue
    $600 8
Some say the name of this dog from Africa is the plural of mosenji, Lingala for "native"
    $600 23
It's the twice-used contraction in our national anthem
    $800 19
It's back to Chicago for DePaul, a Catholic university; DePauw is in Greencastle in this Midwestern state
    $800 4
Virginia Chance of "Raising Hope" & "Real O'Neal" Eileen
    $800 14
In "Othello" Iago praises her: "She that was ever fair, and never proud, had tongue at will, and yet was never loud"
    DD: $1,800 9
This breed's name tells us that it's the bearded dog from the Tibetan capital
    $800 29
Last name of George, who came to California for gold and built a family fortune that included a publishing empire
    $800 24
Use this contraction to respond to her majesty the British queen
    $1000 20
This Boston college of music sounds like a university town just north of Oakland
    $1000 5
Dr. Steven Kiley on "Marcus Welby, M.D." & John on "Life in Pieces"
    $1000 15
This politician was known as the "silver-tongued orator of the Platte"
    $1000 10
This "royal dog of Egypt" was named for an ancient city in Arabia
    $1000 28
This California city on a river of the same name grew rapidly during the rush & became the western end of the Pony Express
    $1000 25
It's the literary 3-letter way to say "always"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Alan Dan Meike
$800 $400 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Dan Meike
$4,200 $4,200 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
Amy Lowell, reviewing "North of Boston", said, "Not only is " his "work New England in subject, it is so in technique"
    $400 21
Comments based on gender that create a hostile work environment equal this illegal thing
    $400 1
In this 1970 film Hot Lips tells Colonel Blake, "This isn't a hospital. It's an insane asylum!"
    $400 12
This verb meaning to eat fast is usually associated with turkeys
    $400 7
In 2010 new species of bacteria were found at the bottom of this "lifeless" lake between Israel & Jordan
    $400 6
The "Mommy docs" 5-1-1 rule says if contractions are every 5 mins., for about 1 min., over this time span... get to the hospital
    DD: $6,600 27
In "Inferno" Dante called him "my master... from whom alone I took the style whose beauty has done me honor"
    $800 22
The Office Depot website has a section called this "room" with offerings like lollipops, pretzels & of course coffee
    $800 2
In "The Jerk" this comedian treats Bernadette Peters to "pizza in a cup"
    $800 13
This 2-word alliterative phrase means to eat with others, even if there's no loaf
    $800 8
4 world capitals, including Budapest, lie on the banks of this river
    $800 17
The injection of lidocaine & other drugs into the lumbar spine, this anesthetic takes about 20 minutes to be fully effective
    $1200 28
It's thought that Poe's child bride Virginia Clemm inspired this poem of his about a maiden in a kingdom by the sea
    $1200 23
Be on time at meetings with this 2004-2015 head coach of the NFL's Giants who says on time means 5 minutes early
    $1200 3
During the decade, Peter Sellers played this comedy role in 3 sequels
    $1200 14
Enjoy a snack, Yiddish style
    $1200 9
A popular hiking destination, the summit of this crater just beyond Waikiki was used as a military lookout in the 20th century
    $1200 18
An army-entering event or a baby-exiting one, this delivery process might involve prostaglandin E
    $1600 29
"The Song of Hiawatha" says, "From the water-fall he named her" this, "Laughing Water"
    $1600 24
Unlike in school, in business if you're sent to this person's office, you visit an owner or part owner of the company
    $1600 4
Harvey Korman had a villainous turn as Hedley Lamarr in this Mel Brooks Western
    $1600 15
Body part verb for what the person seen here is about to do to the food approaching his mouth
    DD: $2,000 10
At its narrowest point, this Turkish strait between the Sea of Marmara & the Aegean Sea is only a mile wide
    $1600 19
It's the process by which the cervix opens, to 10 centimeters when it's complete
    $2000 30
"I will arise and go now, and go to" this place
    $2000 25
A 2013 survey found average office space cost by this common measure was $36 in San Francisco, $11 in Chattanooga
    $2000 5
Graham Chapman played a reluctant messiah in this 1979 Monty Python spoof
    $2000 16
It's a fancy 3-syallable word for "chew"
    $2000 11
This African nation was once called French Somaliland & then the French Territory of the Afars & Issas
    $2000 20
Usually starting after week 20, these 2-name contractions are basically the uterus practicing for the real thing

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Dan Meike
$16,000 $18,600 $17,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This numeric group was the subject of an April 20, 1959 Time magazine article titled "Rendezvous with Destiny"

Final scores:

Alan Dan Meike
$12,000 $3,199 $1,999
2-day champion: $36,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alan Dan Meike
$10,200 $18,600 $15,600
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $44,400

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