Show #7600 - Friday, September 29, 2017

Austin Rogers game 4.


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Jim Bickford, an attorney from Aurora, Colorado

Colin O’Bannon, a pool room owner from Columbus, Ohio

Austin Rogers, a bartender from New York, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $96,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
Published in 1950, these Ray Bradbury "Chronicles" begin in 1999, when men leave Earth to colonize a nearby planet
    $200 26
First name of the man who became Cuba's head of state in 2008
    $200 1
The U.S.A.'s oldest continuously operating service of this kind has crossed the Connecticut River since 1665
    $200 7
Rockin' & rollin & mic stand-twirlin' a bit too hard, David Lee Roth cut his nose fronting this band on Kimmel & got 14 stitches
    $200 19
An island in the Bay of Naples gave its name to these 3/4-length pants
    $400 16
This British author famous for space travel speculation also wrote "Deep Range", in which man has conquered the sea
    $400 21
She was the daughter of a Pakistani PM & after she was slain in 2007, her husband became president
    $400 3
The name of this mode of transportation was coined in 1868 from Latin & Greek words for "two" & "wheel"
    $400 8
We learned that St. Hubbins was "the patron saint of quality footwear" in a 1984 mockumentary about this band
    $400 10
This state precedes "hunting shoe" in the name of the first product introduced by L.L. Bean
    $600 24
In this William Gibson novel, the title Mona gets involved with a corporation called Sense/Net
    $600 25
In 2017 Mark Rutte won a third term as this country's PM, defeating a right wing challenge from Geert Wilders
    $600 4
This adjective for less-than-full-size cars later got preceded by "sub" and today, sometimes even by "micro"
    $600 28
In 1977 this band topped the charts singing, "You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave"
    $600 2
Easily angered, or moody
    $600 17
A wide cuff folded back & fastened with a cuff link
    $800 15
This sci-fi author's story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" became "Total Recall" on the big screen
    DD: $4,200 23
Also MP for Wentworth, Malcolm Turnbull is PM of this, one of the world's 10 largest countries in area
    $800 5
This numerical NYC avenue's subway line opened in 2017 with stops at East 72nd, 86th & 96th Streets
    $800 18
Featured in the movie "Easy Rider", this song was Steppenwolf's first Top 40 hit
    $800 13
Added to furnish something missing
    $800 11
This red felt hat is named for a town in Morocco
    $1000 20
She wrote "The Mists of Avalon" as well as the "Darkover" books about telepathic humans on another planet
    $1000 22
His father was purged in the 1960s but he became China's president in 2013
    $1000 6
Jets power propellers in this kind of plane, hence the "prop" at the end
    $1000 9
Few were "better than" this man in 2015 when he hit the Top 10 Hot Rock Songs with "Budapest"
    $1000 27
Changing gradually through a series of steps
    $1000 12
Dotted patterns are common on the fabric known as this muslin

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

Austin Colin Jim
$4,200 $1,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Colin Jim
$10,800 $600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And you have to spell the correct response.)
    $400 16
The bus boycott protesting segregation in this Alabama city lasted for more than a year
    $400 1
Her father, Rodrigo Borgia, arranged her marriage at age 13 to further his own ambitions
    $400 12
Mariner (the non-baseball playing variety)
    $400 6
According to Hindu myth, this river once flowed in the heavens but was ordered to go down to Earth
    $800 17
(Alex presents the clue from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.) The powder horn belonged to one of 10,000 African-Americans who fought at battles like Monmouth in this war; to them, liberty was not just an abstract concept, but something they personally craved and hoped would be granted by the winning side, and in some cases, it was
    DD: $2,000 2
After 1516 this royal family had 2 branches: a Spanish line & an Austrian line
    $800 11
    $800 23
In 1948 the winning word was this medical branch that deals with the treatment & prevention of mental illness
    $800 7
Arabs call this river Nahr Al-Urdun; the Hebrew name is Ha-Yarden
    $800 19
This 1989 title is Rick Moranis' explanation of why his children are 1/4" tall
    $1200 18
Abbreviated the CBC, it was formed by 13 African Americans elected to the U.S. House in 1970
    $1200 3
In the painting of five Renaissance masters, Uccello is to the left of this artist, whose name rhymes with his
    $1200 15
    $1200 24
In 1981 Paige Pipkin buried the competition with this word for an ancient stone coffin
    $1200 8
This Siberian lake contains around 20% of the fresh water on the world's surface
    $1200 20
2 memorable lines from this 1984 Ralph Macchio movie: "Sweep the leg" & "Get him a body bag!"
    $1600 25
This NYC venue where Ella Fitzgerald was discovered opened in 1914 as Hurtig & Seamon's New Burlesque Theater
    $1600 4
In 1516 this Dutch humanist produced a new Greek edition of the New Testament
    $1600 13
    $1600 28
No yolk, 1928's winning word was this white part of an egg
    $1600 9
In 2010 China gained direct access to this sea for the first time in 100 years when it leased a pier in N. Korea's Rajin port
    $1600 21
In this 2010 movie whose title is also a song by The Who, Mark Ruffalo learns he's the father of a boy named Laser
    $2000 26
In 1985 this state elected Lt. Gov. L. Douglas Wilder as its first African-American statewide officeholder
    $2000 5
The period from 1378 to 1417, when there were 2 & then 3 popes, was known as the "Great" this
    DD: $7,400 14
    $2000 27
In 1994 it was this 12-letter word meaning before the Biblical flood
    $2000 10
In the southeast corner of Iraq, this main port of the country is on a waterway called the Shatt Al-Arab
    $2000 22
Ben Stiller gets married but then meets the girl of his dreams in this 2007 remake

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Colin Jim
$25,000 $11,400 $6,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On June 28, 1838 an archbishop jammed a ring made for her little finger onto her 4th; she had to soak it in ice water to get it off

Final scores:

Austin Colin Jim
$27,000 $10,000 $11,483
4-day champion: $123,100 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Austin Colin Jim
$16,200 $10,200 $6,000
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2017-04-25
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