DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND CATEGORIES
OUT OF AFRICA (5/5)
SUCH COLORFUL LANGUAGE! (3/5)
EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE (3/4, including 1 missed Daily Double)
EVERY CLAIM YOU STAKE (3/5, including 1 correct Daily Double)
I'LL BE WATCHING "U" (5/5)THE RIGHTS & THE WRONGS
Anuj: 9 R (including 1 DD), 2 W (including 1 DD)
Tim: 8 R, 1 W
Alison: 6 R (including 1 rebound), 2 W
Clues revealed: 29Triple Stumpers
Double Jeopardy! Round Potential Lach Trash
: $9,200FIRST DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND DAILY DOUBLE
Anuj snagged the next Daily Double on the 25th clue. Tim had $10,400, Alison had $6,200, and Anuj was at $10,200. Anuj wagered $2,000.
EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE $1600: The "Win-stay, Lose-shift" strategy is something to consider in this game where there are only 3 options
(Anuj: What is Risk?)SECOND DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND DAILY DOUBLE
It was Anuj who snatched up the last Daily Double of the game on the 27th clue. Tim had $8,800, Alison had $6,200, and Anuj was at $8,200. Anuj wagered $2,000.
EVERY CLAIM YOU STAKE $1200: On April 22, 1889 a bugle for a land run sounded in the new Oklahoma territory; those who entered early were dubbed thisTRIPLE STUMPERS IN THE DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND
SUCH COLORFUL LANGUAGE! $1600: Jealousy, as defined by "Othello"
(Alison: What is the green monster?)
SUCH COLORFUL LANGUAGE! $2000: To gloss over errors to free one from blame, or to keep the other team scoreless
SCIENTISTS $2000: In the 1890s this man best known for his temperature scale said heavier-than-air flying machines were impossible
EVERY CLAIM YOU STAKE $1600: In the mid-19th century, Dumont d'Urville claimed Adelie Land, part of here, for the French
(Tim: What is Australia?)
(Alex: And we have less than a minute to go now.)
EVERY CLAIM YOU STAKE $2000: The Spratly Islands in this "directional" sea are claimed by many nations & the U.S. sent a warship there in 2016
(Alison: What is the North Sea?)
[The end-of-round signal sounds.]SCORES ENTERING FINAL JEOPARDY!
Alison: $4,200FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY
AUTHORSVENUSIAN MONOLOGUES/MARTIAN CHRONICLESFour-fifths (exactly) for first place.
Anuj: Wager $6,600, but no more than that: you cannot afford to lose by $1 to a likely wager of $4,400 on the part of Tim.
Tim: Try wagering $399, which is as much as you can put up against Anuj without being usurped by a doubled score on the part of Alison.
Alison: You just can't cover a rational wager by Tim, nor can you win on a Triple Stumper
. Improve your situation by wagering everything but a few bucks--and then getting Final right!FINAL JEOPARDY! CLUE
Asked if he read novels, philosopher Gilbert Ryle said, "Yes, all six, every year", referring to this British authorFINAL SCORES
Alison: $4,200 + $4,200 = $8,400 (Who is Jane Austen?) (2nd place)
Tim: $8,800 - $300 = $8,500 (Who is Dickens?) (47801-day champion: $8,500)
Anuj: $11,000 - $6,601 = $4,399 (Who is Shakespeare) (3rd place)
Total Potential Lach Trash
: $11,200GAME DYNAMICSCORYAT SCORES
Anuj: $12,200, 19 R (including 1 DD), 3 W (including 1 DD)
Tim: $8,800, 18 R, 1 W
Alison: $6,200, 10 R, 4 W (including 1 DD)Combined Coryat
: $27,200BATTING AVERAGES
Anuj: 19/60 = .317
Tim: 18/58 = .310
Alison: 11/59 = .186
Team: 48/63 = .762MISCELLANEOUS INTERESTING CLUES
CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $200: (Hi, I'm Shannon Hegy, from WPRI 12.
is an art installation of more than 80 bonfires that float above the surface of 3 rivers in this capital of Rhode Island
CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $400: (Hi, I'm Ben Bailey from Local 4.
) Also known as "The Fist
," the Detroit monument to this boxer was dedicated on October 16, 1986, nearly 50 years after he won the heavyweight title
CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $600: (Hi, I'm Cheryl Scott of ABC 7.
) Chicago's skyline is a dramatic backdrop for the Lincoln Park Zoo, including a great view of this
100-story landmark named for a signer of the Declaration of Independence
CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $800: (Hi, I'm Rob Fowler from News 2.
) An iconic neighborhood in Charleston, South Carolina features houses
in an array of bright Caribbean colors, giving the area the alliterative name this "Row"
CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $1000: (Hi, I'm Juliana Mazza with 22 News.
) Many beloved characters from children's literature are features in a Springfield sculpture garden
dedicated to Dr. Seuss, the pen name of this man
A BARRAGE OF BOOKS $600: Sir Wilfrid of Ivanhoe is a Saxon knight in a 19th century bestseller by this author
(Alex: Less than a minute to go now.)
STRUCTURED $400: In part form the Old English for "commodities", it's a large building for storing inventory
[The end-of-round signal sounds.]
OUT OF AFRICA $800: (Kelly of the Clue Crew lays on her front, propped up on her elbows.
) A stress-reliever that strengthens the spine & even stretches the lungs, this yoga pose gets its name from a "Great" Egyptian landmark
SCIENTISTS $1600: While in Bali in the 1930s, she pioneered the use of photography for anthropological research
(Anuj: Who is Leakey?)CORRECT RESPONSESSchindler's Ark
the green-eyed monster
the South China Sea
(Sir Walter) Scott