Show #8817 - Tuesday, February 28, 2023

2023 High School Reunion Tournament quarterfinal game 7.


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Audrey Satchivi, a senior at Indiana University-Bloomington from Carmel, Indiana

Anish Maddipoti, a junior at the University of Texas at Austin from Austin, Texas

Lucas Miner, a junior at Yale University from Miami, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 27
This 4-letter word denotes a central rectangular area at many a college
    $200 10
Australian soldiers began calling their New Zealand counterparts by this "avian" name during World War I
    $200 30
With poses like downward facing dog & forward fold, it's a good way to relieve stress
    $200 9
Her 2021 album "Something for Thee Hotties" is a compilation of her freestyles & some previously unreleased songs
    $200 25
It's the fear of spiders... multi-legged, creeping, sometimes venomous spiders
    $200 29
One indicator of COVID infection learned of in recent years is anosmia, this impairment
    $400 20
A 2022 study found the average cost of one of these college course units was $1,586; hope you have room on your card
    $400 4
If you're a Cypriot, you're from an island in this sea
    $400 17
How about hitting the court for this rapidly growing sport?
    $400 8
"Call Me By Your Name" is the subtitle of his No. 1 hit "Montero"
    $400 24
In geometry this distance has been called a special case of perimeter
    $400 28
Grab a hankie, an epistaxis is just one of these & can have many causes beyond trauma
    $600 14
In college, to do this is to attend a course without doing the work, & it's much less scary than the IRS kind
    $600 3
It's someone from the island where Honolulu is, & the yearbook of the Punahou School, which Barack Obama attended
    $600 16
Once a day you might spend a little time doing this New York Times puzzle; many like to start with "adieu"
    $600 7
In one week in June 2022, this Latin rapper was listed on 17% of the Hot 100's hits, including "Ojitos Lindos"
    $600 23
This kind of doctor treats diseases of the hair & nails as well as skin
    $600 12
Not just Great-Uncle Fred, but even you likely have nasal vibrissae, these
    $800 11
This official's office oversees student records & stuff like adding & dropping classes
    DD: $1,000 1
Boricua is a word for a person from this island or of its heritage; Lin-Manuel Miranda is a proud Boricua
    $800 21
If you know how to crochet you can make yourself this type of scarf that forms a loop without ends, as its name implies
    $800 5
He's seen here actually in a hoodie around the time of "Doris", his major label debut album
    $800 13
This adjective means having only one color
    $800 26
The ethmoid & the sphenoid are two of these cavities that can drain into the nose
    $1000 19
This title for a college treasurer comes from the Latin for "purse"
    $1000 2
Increasingly intermarried with ethnic Japanese, the Ainu are the indigenous people of this northernmost main island
    $1000 18
It's the fancier word for the hobby of stamp collecting
    $1000 6
In 2022 she had her first solo No. 1 hit with "Super Freaky Girl", which samples "Super Freak" by Rick James
    $1000 15
From Latin, it's the science or philosophy of law
    $1000 22
Part of an area known as the rhinarium in some mammals, it's the indentation below the nose & above the upper lip

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

Lucas Anish Audrey
$3,200 $2,200 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lucas Anish Audrey
$4,800 $4,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Tchaikovsky got ahead of his contemporaries & used the then-new celesta in the music for this ballet, now a Christmas favorite
    $400 25
"The Nun's Priest's Tale" (circa 1400)
    $400 24
(I'm Brendan Hunt.) While doing improv together in Amsterdam, Jason Sudeikis and I became friends & fell in love with soccer; we put our affection for that sport into this Emmy-winning comedy that we co-created
    $400 30
These tusk-y pigs were feared, hunted, roasted up & often depicted in art
    $400 5
The Cuzco School was a group of multiethnic artists centered in what's now this country
    $400 28
It can refer to an advantageous trait, or money or property that is owned
    $800 16
This 1829 opera has the title Swiss mister take on the evil Gesler
    $800 26
The 1926 poem
"Harlem Night Club"
    $800 10
TV's longest-running live-action sitcom is this one set at Paddy's Pub in the city of Brotherly Love
    $800 29
No camel riding per the Pact of Umar, limiting the rights of these 2 non-Muslim groups in newly Muslim-controlled areas
    $800 2
Seen here, the ñanduti style of this 4-letter fabric is a treasured construct of Paraguayan crafters
    $800 27
Using just the edges of your vocal cords produces this artificially high type of singing
    $1200 13
He was born in 1756, created more than 600 works of music before his 36th birthday but never got to his 36th birthday
    $1200 19
"A Passage to India" (1924)
    $1200 9
This mockumentary series focuses on vampires, who, naturally, live together on Staten Island
    $1200 7
One legend says this son of Erik the Red came to America in a boat he bought from a merchant who'd told of seeing a land of trees
    $1200 1
"Yo soy Betty, la fea", the progenitor of "Ugly Betty", was one of these soap operas in Colombia
    $1200 23
The petals are actually modified leaves called bracts on this decorative favorite
    $1600 6
Truly a man for all seasons, this Italian composed the serenata called "La Gloria e Imeneo" for King Louis XV's wedding
    $1600 22
"Chorus of the Captains", a poem performed via video at the 2021 Super Bowl
    $1600 8
This guy is the creator & star of the deadpan & awkwardly funny "The Rehearsal"
    DD: $5,000 14
Around 1300 this fabled city just north of the Niger River, a center of trade & learning, became part of the Mali Empire
    $1600 3
A folk hero of Argentina is this nomadic cowboy of the grasslands of the Pampas
    $1600 18
Divided into 100 centimos, this former monetary unit of Spain & Andorra was replaced by the euro in 2002
    $2000 12
Let's go Bach in time to the 1700s & these concertos with a German state name; No. 2 kicks a trumpet solo to new heights
    $2000 21
"No Country for Old Men" (2005) &
"The Passenger" (2022)
    $2000 11
(I'm Hasan Minhaj.) I won a Peabody Award for this comedy show that took its name from the not-so-funny 2001 legislation, increasing the surveillance powers of law enforcement agencies
    $2000 15
The innocent-if-you-sink, guilty-if-you-float method of justice was called trial by this, a word meaning any painful experience
    DD: $2,000 4
Isabel Allende "casts a spell" with this 2-word writing style in which myth & fantasy are key elements
    $2000 20
The babies of this primate from the forests of South America are usually born as twins

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lucas Anish Audrey
$16,600 $7,200 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Her brothers, Castor & Pollux, saved her after Theseus stole her away as a kid; a larger force would seek her later in life

Final scores:

Lucas Anish Audrey
$25,201 $6,399 $15,401
Winner: semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lucas Anish Audrey
$13,000 $7,200 $12,600
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2023-01-30
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