Show #7934 - Thursday, February 21, 2019

2019 All-Star Games match 1, continuation of game 1.


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Team Brad

Playing the Jeopardy! Round: Brad Rutter, an actor and producer from Los Angeles, California

Playing the Double Jeopardy! Round: Larissa Kelly, an editor for academic competitions from Richmond, California

Playing the Final Jeopardy! Round: David Madden, an academic competition director from Ridgewood, New Jersey

Team Colby

Playing the Jeopardy! Round: Colby Burnett, a college counselor from Chicago, Illinois

Playing the Double Jeopardy! Round: Alan Lin, a software engineer from Riverside, California

Playing the Final Jeopardy! Round: Pam Mueller, a think tank researcher from Culver City, California

Team Buzzy

Playing the Jeopardy! Round: Alex Jacob, a freelance trivia writer from Greensboro, North Carolina

Playing the Double Jeopardy! Round: Buzzy Cohen, a music executive from Los Angeles, California

Playing the Final Jeopardy! Round: Jennifer Giles, a third grade teacher from Longmont, Colorado

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Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Believe it or not, these are never-before-requested responses in 35 years of Jeopardy!)
(Alex: The responses will be made up of the letters in the word "perpetuity".)
(Hershey Felder: I'm Hershey Felder, and I'm bringing you clues about the world's greatest composers.)
    $400 27
Change the last 2 letters in "flow" to get this term for the rate of flow through an area
    $400 30
Fiorello La Guardia got to be mayor by promising to oust this infamously corrupt NYC Democratic organization
    $400 19
In marketing there are 5 categories of these consumers; "early" these help popularize a new product
    $400 6
"Love is blind", sighs Jessica, a nice Jewish girl in this Shakespeare play
    $400 25
Golfers "drive for show" & do this "for dough"
    $400 29
(Hershey Felder presents from the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.) Perhaps music's most famous motif is often said to represent fate knocking, but others attribute the opening of this work to the deaf Beethoven feeling the vibrations of a little bird tapping on a tree
    $800 26
2 basic types of motion are moving along a line & this type of movement around an axis
    $800 1
As he was president of this august body, it was only fair that John Hancock got to sign the Declaration of Independence first
    $800 20
It's French for "Why?"
    $800 5
Thomas Gray's "Elegy Written in" this 2-word place is thought to be that of St. Giles', where the poet is now buried
    $800 24
Sault Ste. Marie is on this peninsula in Michigan
    $800 28
(Hershey Felder presents from the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.) An immigrant from Belarus at age 5, Irving Berlin felt a very personal connection to his new home, deliberately using the first person for these 4 words that follow the title "God Bless America"
    $1200 7
This "O" word refers to 1 complete cycle of a pendulum; the time it takes is called the period
    $1200 17
At the 1988 Democratic convention, this fellow Texan said George H.W. Bush was born with a silver foot in his mouth
    $1200 21
Introduced in 1991 & already one of the USA's favorite varieties, this apple is named for its sweet taste & firm crunch
    $1200 2
A ruined statue in Egypt inspired this sonnet by Percy Shelley
    $1200 9
Grateful waiters know Johnny Depp is famous as a big one
    $1200 14
(Hershey Felder presents from the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.) George Gershwin drew musical inspiration from the real world sounds around him; the wild car horns of the Etoile & the Arc de Triomphe are captured in this work
    DD: $5,000 8
Victor Hess showed that certain rays intensify with altitude, so they must be from space; Robert Millikan named them these
    DD: $10,000 15
Before going to the Supreme Court, he made history by winning 3 straight California gubernatorial elections
    $1600 22
This white anesthetic called "milk of amnesia" was involved in the death of Michael Jackson
    $1600 3
In this novel by E.M. Forster, Lucy Honeychurch & her cousin visit Florence, Italy
    $1600 10
Funeral pile
    $1600 13
(Hershey Felder presents from the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.) Russian composer Mily Balakirev suggested this Shakespeare play as a subject for Tchaikovsky, but the older musician's talk about being inspired by the love of a woman suggested that he didn't know Tchaikovsky very well
    $2000 18
Physicist James gave his name to this law saying heat from electricity is proportional to the square of the current
    $2000 16
After the financial crisis of 2008, Christopher Dodd teamed up with this Massachusetts man for a regulatory bill
    $2000 23
This synonym for "silly" is used of a pointless lawsuit; SCOTUS defines it as alleging facts irrational or incredible
    $2000 4
Dr. Primrose is the title priest living in the title parish with his wife & kids in this novel by Oliver Goldsmith
    $2000 11
A round hide- or felt-covered central Asian tent
    $2000 12
(Hershey Felder presents from the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.) The last concert ever given by Franz Liszt, arguably the greatest pianist who ever lived, included this work, German for "love dream"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Team Buzzy Team Colby Team Brad
$26,200 $6,400 $29,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

The 7-letter names of these western- & easternmost mainland countries begin with the same letter

Final scores:

Team Buzzy Team Colby Team Brad
$26,200 $0 $49,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Team Buzzy Team Colby Team Brad
$17,800 $6,400 $23,600
Alex Colby Brad
$6,600 $3,200 $5,600
Buzzy Alan Larissa
$11,200 $3,200 $18,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
10 R,
0 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $47,800

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Game tape date: 2019-01-08
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