Show #8051 - Monday, September 16, 2019

Jason Zuffranieri game 12.


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Rodrigo Morante-Tirado, a financial analyst from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Laura Majors, a retired marketing director from Denver, Colorado

Jason Zuffranieri, a math teacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico (whose 11-day cash winnings total $332,243)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
Judy & Elroy were (or is that will be) the kids on this visionary show
    $200 26
This popular name for Rembrandt's 1642 portrait of a militia group is a result of its old darkened varnish, now cleaned off
    $200 27
At a poker table it precedes "draw" or "stud"
    $400 23
Blackmail, betrayal & bravado were always on tap for this scheming oil family on "Dallas"
    $400 25
HGH stands for this hormone secreted by the pituitary
    $400 22
This treat was first introduced to a wide audience as Fairy Floss at the 1904 World's Fair
    $400 13
The pensive pose of the figure in a Rodin sculpture originally called "The Poet" earned it this name
    $400 21
L.A. Dodgers Dusty Baker & Glenn Burke have been credited with inventing this gesture after a 1977 home run
    $400 20
Whitman's 1865 poems "O Captain! My Captain!" & "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd" are elegies for this hero of his
    $600 16
On "The Simpsons" she's Bart & Lisa's pacifier-equipped baby sister
    $600 17
In business, the CFO is this job title
    $600 18
Around 1870 Thomas Adams was experimenting with Central Amer. tree resin to replace rubber, but instead developed this
    $600 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) For "The Judgment of Paris", a collaboration with the engraver Raimondi, Raphael depicted one reclining figure by reversing the posture of this title character in a famous work by Michelangelo
    $600 15 has tips on avoiding this
    $600 19
In an 1856 essay, Walt wrote, "You young men!...You are either to abolish" this, "or it will abolish you"
    $800 9
Salinger was the last name of the siblings living without parents on this 1990s TV show
    $800 7
In the 1990s we had PDAs, "personal" these, used for organizing
    $800 12
Popularized by boxer Jack Broughton in the 18th century, the early version of these were used only in training bouts
    DD: $2,600 6
Pastel colors & asymmetry are features of this style of Antoine Watteau, a reaction against Baroque art
    $800 14
Omar Bradley or Dwight Eisenhower, for example
    $800 11
"Every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you", wrote Walt in this groundbreaking long poem
    $1000 8
This "Happy Days" family included Richie, Joanie & Chuck, who was last seen at Christmas but didn't make it to New Year's
    $1000 1
JSYK is texting shorthand for this 4-word phrase
    $1000 3
During WWII a fabric mesh was sandwiched between polyethylene & adhesive layers to make this sticky roll
    $1000 4
Here's "Symphony in White, No. 2" by this American who often gave musical titles to his paintings
    $1000 5
Shoplifting is also known as this anatomical "discount"
    $1000 10
After Walt published his first book of verse, this "Sage of Concord" wrote to him, "I greet you at the beginning of a great career"

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

Jason Laura Rodrigo
$8,200 $1,400 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Laura Rodrigo
$10,000 $4,000 -$1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 28
Promised "the final triumph over poverty" in accepting the 1928 nomination
    $400 2
Thought by some to be in Cornwall, it's the legendary site of King Arthur's palace & court
    $400 1
He's seen here around the time his HBO special "Bring the Pain" brought him a new level of fame
    $400 26
In the first issue of his own comic, the Caped Crusader goes up against this "Clown Prince of Crime"
    $800 21
He was left an invalid by a paralytic stroke suffered while in office
    $800 25
The Cumberland Plateau is located in the southern section of this mountain range
    $800 22
This voyeur who is struck blind has been connected with the legend of Lady Godiva
    $800 12
You didn't have to catch Rodney Dangerfield live--he was recorded in 1980 for an album with, of course, this 2-word title
    $800 17
Luke 11:4 says, "lead us not into" this, "but deliver us from evil"
    $800 27
The person who presides over a debate, or over an ecclesiastical body in the Presbyterian Church
    $1200 20
The year he left the presidency, he became president (of the American Bar Association)
    $1200 24
The Udi-Nsukka Plateau of this country is home to the Igbo people
    $1200 10
Makemake is the chief god of a divine race of bird beings in the Rapa Nui mythology of this island
    $1200 11
Samuel L. Jackson played the uncle of this comedian in a sketch from the 1987 concert film "Raw"
    $1200 9
Lying at the junction of the Bow & Elbow Rivers, this Alberta city was Canada's first to host the Winter Olympics
    $1200 23
One who makes calls on taxable value
    DD: $7,000 8
7 of the first 10 presidents were born south of the White House; Martin Van Buren & these 2 men were from the north
    DD: $3,000 13
The Saharan al-Hamra Plateau is mostly located in Tripolitania in this country
    $1600 7
For his 11th labor Hercules nabs some golden apples from the garden of these nymphs at the western edge of the world
    $1600 18
Recorded in part at the San Francisco club the hungry i, his 1960 "The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back!" won a Comedy Album Grammy
    $1600 16
In 1953 a fisherman paralleled "The Old Man and the Sea" by bringing in a 1,560-pound black one of these
    $1600 19
AKA justice of the peace; I present the gift of the...
    $2000 3
He got contract offers from the Lions & Packers to play in the NFL
    $2000 4
The Yangtze & the Mekong are 2 of the rivers emerging from the plateau named for this lofty land
    $2000 5
In Norse myth, it's the rainbow bridge between the home of the gods & Earth
    $2000 6
Aussie comic Hannah Gadsby undermined traditional stand-up in this show on Netflix with a woman's name as the title
    $2000 15
46,368, 75,025, 121,393 & 196,418 are specific to the work of this 12th & 13th century Italian man
    $2000 14
Someone who knows what's good & bad is this "of taste"; author Petronius was declared to be one in Nero's court

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Laura Rodrigo
$34,400 $8,800 $200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When he didn't win the inaugural 1901 Nobel Prize, 42 of his peers apologized to him, calling him "the most revered patriarch of today's literature"

Final scores:

Jason Laura Rodrigo
$24,400 $16,800 $1
12-day champion: $356,643 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Laura Rodrigo
$25,800 $8,800 $200
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
18 R,
4 W
4 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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Game tape date: 2019-07-23
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